This automated optical Fiber tensile testing program is ideal for operator ability independent utilization in production and lab configurations. Two basic model designs enable the user to choose from a set up for standard linear proof testing and with additional mandrels for rotary higher power testing.
The linear version is designed for production proof screening with forces up to 22 N. Motor-driven clamps with very carefully designed rubber inserts ensure that the Fiber coating will not be ruined in the screening process whilst at the same time eliminating the requirement for an outside air provide. Amounts of tugging force, pulling speed and hold time are programmable and easily offered to the SZ Stranding Line with the built-in Liquid crystal display touchscreen display manage. Data from tests can be saved and reached through the Universal serial bus port or Ethernet user interface.
Mandrels of the same style like NYFORS’ visual Fiber recoaters can easily be installed on the evidence tester within the rotary high power configuration. The Fiber is wrapped around the two mandrels which support it with a unique clamping mechanism. In this way much higher loads can be employed onto the Fiber, enabling breaking up strength assessments below controlled circumstances.
Changeable clamp positioning facilitates testing with all the greatest force levels as well as screening of short Fiber lengths. The compact and light bodyweight style definitely makes the tool simple to move around in Secondary Coating Line as well as incorporate inside a creation work table in which space reaches reduced. The machine is a lightweight and light-weight tool perfect for testing the effectiveness of visual materials as much as 30 N. The device is designed to meet all sorts of programs in which a power test needs to be performed.
The device was created with all the consumer in mind. The Fiber is easily positioned in the carefully guided linear clamps, and also the testing begins instantly with a “One Touch” go switch. The built in microprocessor controls all the essential guidelines like pulling force, pulling speed and hold time. This allows for any completely managed test each and every time.
The device can be attached to an outside Computer, which enables usage of all automated parameters and configurations. The device is tailored to face-alone use or the incorporation into various subsystems. The device posseses an substantial capability of signing and conserving information including tugging force, pulling speed and Fiber size as well as other parameters.
Two recoat injector designs can be purchased. The PTR307 utilizes a computerized water pump to inject the recoat materials. The quantity of material dispensed through the automatic injector is controlled by hand using the top-installed “Inject” button or programmed in to the device using the tablet control. The PTR307B features a manual recoat injection program that needs the user to personally dispense the recoat material in to the mold cavity; a substitute injector for your PTR307B recoater is available below. Please note that this automated injector is just compatible with high-index recoat material, while the manual injector is compatible with each reduced- and- directory recoat materials; both of them are sold individually below. Make sure you get in touch with Tech Assistance to learn more.
he handbook injector can be mounted to compatible Fiber recoaters via the 4-40 screws on the recoater housing (see photo for the right). Utilize a 3/32″ hex key to secure the injector prior to use. To connect the PTRRRM for the recoater mold, tighten the connector at the end of the eco-friendly plastic material tubes, then release by way of a 1/4 consider enable rotation.
The injector comes with a syndication valve as well as 2-position choice handle for directing the stream of recoat material. A knurled dispensing attach with the inner plunger acts as a syringe for that recoat materials. To fill the Cable Air Wiper, point the handle downwards (i.e., towards the recoat bottle), then spin the knurled dispensing screw counterclockwise until it spins freely to fill the syringe (shown in the photo for the right). Then, to inject the recoat materials into the mold, point the lever horizontally (i.e., facing the knurled screw) and fdrofe the screw clockwise till close to the end of the travel range is reached. Steer clear of bottoming the dispenser as this may damage the interior plunger; also be mindful when re-engaging the threads to prevent cross threading the dispensing attach. A number of fill/inject actions may be needed till air is displaced within the system. Use lens cells plus an acetone or alcohol cleaning solution to collect any excess recoat materials that runs through the mold.