General & Physical Tests
Copper Purity Test Apparatus0 out of 5(0)
Copper Purity Test Apparatus is used to test the purity or percentage of Copper in a sample. The test itself is very important when it comes to determining conductor resistivity and conductivity. Many cases had have been seen when a micron of CU more has costed companies in millions for years. And many companies are though working upon copper optimization projects still they miss the lass mile of fine-tuning the process and product and 6 sigma level. All because the CU is not as pure as you are considering in your theoretical calculations. For more support you might get in touch with us on the topic, we provide free consultation on CU optimization projects.SKU: n/a
General & Physical Tests
Cold Bend Test | Cold Impact Test0 out of 5(0)
IEC 60811-504 describes the cold bend test method for cables under low temperatures. The cold bend test on cable is only possible upto a maximum diameter of 12.5mm. The test is mainly conclusive to understand the flexibility and strength of plastic used over cable under low temperatures.
Whereas cold impact test on cables is performed according to IEC 60811-506. This test is mainly designed to simulate the plastic’s capacity to resist mechanical shock under cold environment.Here from a certain height, mandrels of specific weight are dropped on the cable.SKU: n/a
Automated Testing, General & Physical Tests, Machinery
Optical Profile Projector for cable0 out of 5(0)
We have all range of Profile projectors suitable for cable and automotive manufacturing sector. Market is flooded with inaccurate and camera based profile projectors that are actually not compliant with Vision systems but still expansive as them.
Automatic profile projector for cable used in Cable Dimension measurement of any shape of the cable. Available with Accredited calibration master, color measurement, from 36 mm to 108 mm diameter samples.
IEC-60502-1 and EN 50525 describes the requirement of exact dimension measurement of the insulation, inner jacket and outer jacket of a cable and it’s core.
Where you actually lose money?
- Having higher Insulation wall thickness due to the operator’s running safety margin
- Ovality of extrusion head setting causes the inhomogeneous spread of compound over the conductor.
- Due to higher core diameter, each next process of cable manufacturing such as stranding, taping, braiding, armoring, shielding, inner sheathing, outer jacketing takes a minimum of 0.05% to 3% of extra material.
- An average-sized Cable manufacturer who consumes 10 Million euros of plastics per year losses around 300.000 € just because of non-optimized dimension of cables.
We also supply all the measuring components calibrated by NABL accredited master instruments so that accuracy and uncertainty are never a concern for our clients.SKU: n/a
General & Physical Tests, Reaction to Fire Testing
Smoke Density Tester 610340 out of 5(0)
Smoke density test as per IEC 61034-1 and 2 is one of the most required test in the market for PVC and LSZH insulated/extruded cables.
The ROI of the instrument can be achieved with 1 year considering 3 tests per month.SKU: n/a