The flexural strength of concrete beams is tested using flexure strength testing equipment. Maximum stiffness is provided by the design throughout the operating range. The piston’s downward movement applies the load. To test beams of various sizes, a spacer is offered.
Flexural testing gauges a material’s stiffness or resistance to bending by measuring the amount of force needed to bend a plastic beam.
The material’s ability to bend before permanently deforming is indicated by its flex modulus. The stress in a material right before it gives in a flexure test is known as flexural strength, often referred to as modulus of rupture, bend strength, or transverse rupture strength. Flexural strength is typically assessed using flexure tests.
The Global Flexure tester market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The GENEQ Automatic range of flexure testing machines with capacities of 200 kN, 300 kN, and 600 kN has been created for dependable and consistent testing of flexural tests on standard concrete beams, concrete or natural stone kerbs, concrete paving flags, and natural stone slabs, as well as tensile splitting tests of concrete paving blocks.
These flexure testing devices are the end result of ongoing research to update the testing devices with cutting-edge technologies to comply with the most recent standards EN 12390-5, EN 12390-6, EN 1338, EN 1340, BS 1881, ASTM C78, C293 and C496 in terms of its technical properties while taking client requirements into account.
In terms of the operator’s health and safety, these likewise satisfy CE standards.
The 200 kN, 300 kN, and 600 kN capacity GENEQ Automatic series of flexure testing machines enable untrained individuals to carry out the test. Adjusting test parameters, including pace rate, is the only action necessary once the machine has been turned on and the specimen has been inserted.
This step is only necessary when the specimen type is changed. triggering the control unit’s START button. Automatically starting the quick approach, switching to a higher test speed after 1% of the machine’s load capacity, and stopping upon specimen failure. stores the test settings and test results automatically.
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