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Form+Test bridge bearing test machines from Hylec

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Hylec Controls  presents the universal Form+Test bridge bearing test machines designed for conducting tensile, compression and bending tests in the building industry.

Form+Test UP 2000-500 S bridge bearing test machines are employed to conduct various strength, compression and resistance tests on elastomer bearings, concrete cubes, concrete cylinders and plates.

The tests include the strength test involving testing fatigue strength under fluctuating stresses with centric initial load, compression rupture test as well as the lateral resistance test for the load, displacement or deformation control depending on the level of attachments in the closed loop of the servo-hydraulic with a maximum test frequency of 5 Hz on various materials.

Form+Test UP 2000-500 S bridge bearing test machines are designed to conduct tests to meet various standards including DIN 4141 Bearings in the building trade – Testing reinforced and unreinforced elastomer bearings as well as DIN EN 12390-3, Issue: 2002-04 Testing hardened concrete Part 3:- Compression strength of specimen test pieces.

Accuracy is to Class 1, according to DIN EN ISO 7500-1, DIN EN 10 002-2 requirements.

The test machine has a maximum compression testing strength of 2000 kN and a maximum tensile testing strength of 500 kN.

Drive and Control

Drive station AS-C20 is provided for the automatic load, displacement or deformation control, depending on level of attachments in the closed loop of the servo-hydraulic.

Options and accessories

  • Grip heads for tensile tests
  • Hydraulic adjustment/ clamping the upper cross-head
  • Connection provided for more test machines
  • PROTEUS test software for controlling test with measurement logging and data storage

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