RCC - Tensile tests on metallic materials

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The extensive equipment of the materials laboratory for destructive material testing and metallography enables RUBIG to carry out test orders as well as material and failure analyses for customers quickly and reliably. The tensile test represented a sensible extension of the service portfolio.

    The tensile test is carried out on round tensile samples of screw heads, usually strain-controlled, in a closed loop according to ISO 6892-1, method A1. This method is recommended because it is accurate, measurement uncertainties and differences in test speeds are minimized, and the material-dependent strain rate is taken into account during the test procedure.

    "The machine exceeds the high requirements of EN ISO 6892-1, and the rigidity of the machine and the excellent expansion possibilities are convincing," says Norbert Pirzl, Head of the materials laboratory at RUBIG.

    • Sample shape: Round tensile specimen with screw head according to DIN 50121 (Form B) or according to DIN EN 2002-001 (Appendix C)
    • Samples-Ø: 4 mm (M6) - 14 mm (M20); special shapes for high-strength materials are also possible
    • Testing according to EN ISO 6892-1 and DIN EN 2002-001
    • Machine: ZwickRoell AllroundLine Z250 SR
    • max. Test force: 250 kN