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  • 22 years of manufacturing & customizing tensile testing machine

  • 10,000+sq.m of reliability test equipment production and office space

  • Introduce a variety of advanced production equipment from Germany

  • Exclusive and original designs are available by our own designers

  • Supplier for many big-name companies, such as SGS. TUV, Intertek, TUV SUD. Bureau Veritas. UL Emerson Panasonic GP. Midea. GREE

Linkotest Tensile Testing Machine

Linkotest Tensile Testing Machine

Tensile testing machine is also known as universal material testing machine. The universal testing machine is a mechanical force testing machine used to test various materials for mechanical properties such as static load, tension, compression, bending, shearing, tearing, peeling, etc.

It is suitable for plastic sheets, pipes, Various physical and mechanical properties testing of profiled materials, plastic films, rubber, wire and cable, steel, glass fiber and other materials are developed for materials, and are indispensable testing equipment for physical property testing, teaching research, quality control, etc. An important part, different materials require different fixtures, and it is also an important factor for whether the test can be carried out smoothly and the accuracy of the test results.

Tensile Testing Machine Specification

Model TSL-1T TLY-5T
Payload 1T~2T 3-60T
Test machine level Level 0.5 Level 0.5
Load accuracy ±0.5% ±0.5%
Unit Kg. kN, lb Kg. kN, lb
Stretching and compressing space 600mmx360mm 600mmx500mm
Displacement accuracy ±0.005% ±0.005%
Displacement resolution ≤0.001mm ≤0.001mm
Test speed range 0-300mm/min 0-300mm/min
Speed accuracy higher than ±1% F.S. higher than ±1% F.S.
Consumption 400W 600W
Power supply                220V 50/60Hz
 Machine size 760x470x1720mm 800x520x1950mm
Control mode computer control computer control
Standard configuration 1 set of special tension fixtures( can be customized according to the test sample 1 set of special tension fixtures( can be customized according to the test sample

High Quality Tensile Testing Machine Solution

Various physical and mechanical properties testing of profiled materials, plastic films, rubber, wires and cables, steel, glass fiber, and other materials are developed for materials, and are indispensable testing equipment for physical property tests.

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Tensile Testing Machine Features

This machine adopts a high-performance control card, which ensures that the testing machine can realize closed-loop control of constant velocity displacement and other parameters

  • Strong carrying capacity, good guiding functions, high stability

  • The more advanced planetary deceleration system of the circular arc-toothed synchronous belt has the advantages of high efficiency, long life, low noise, and maintenance-free

  • Loading with high precision ball screw. Stable loading, long life of the testing machine, good long-term stability, and energy saving.

  • A variety of protection measures. Such as various electrical protection of the power link, overload of the software part, over-displacement protection, mechanical forced safety limit protection, etc.

  • The open data structure allows users to randomly call both the result parameters and the process data, which is very beneficial to scientific research and teaching.

  • User self-editing report function. Data can be easily imported into EXCEL form, which is convenient for users to process later

Linkotest Tensile Testing Machine After-Sales Service

Warranty

We offer a comprehensive warranty on all our products. This warranty ensures that any manufacturing defects or malfunctions will be promptly addressed and resolved free of charge within the specified warranty period.

Technical Support

Our dedicated technical team is available to assist customers with any product-related issues. Whether it’s troubleshooting, installations, or general inquiries, our team is ready to provide prompt and efficient solutions.

Repair and Replacement

In the event that a product requires repair, we offer convenient repair services through authorized service centers. Our skilled technicians will diagnose and fix any issues, ensuring that the product performs optimally.

Spare Parts Availability

We maintain an inventory of commonly required spare parts to facilitate quick repairs. This helps minimize downtime, ensuring that our customers can continue using our products without significant interruptions.

Customer Feedback and Complaint Handling

We value our customers’ feedback and take complaints seriously. Our customer service team is committed to resolving any customer concerns promptly, ensuring their satisfaction with our products and services.

Product Upgrades and Enhancements

We continuously strive to improve the quality and features of our products. When applicable, we offer product upgrades or enhancements to provide our customers with the latest technology and improved functionality.

Training and Manuals

We provide comprehensive product training to our customers, ensuring that they fully understand the features and operation of our products. Additionally, we offer detailed instruction manuals and documentation to assist customers in using our products effectively.

Extended Support Contracts

For customers who require additional support beyond the standard warranty period, we offer extended support contracts. These contracts provide continued access to technical support, repairs, and other services, offering peace of mind and additional value.

Steps To Order Tensile Testing Machine

Selection

Choose the types of tensile testing machine based on the necessary function, and then the right model based on the test specifications.

Quotation

Prepare a comprehensive quotation based on the customer’s requirements, including the cost, delivery details, and any additional services or customization requested.

Contract Execution

Engage in negotiation with the customer to finalize the terms of the order, including pricing, payment terms, and delivery schedule. Once all details are agreed upon, obtain the customer’s confirmation to proceed with the order.

Producing Schedule

Ensure that the equipment is manufactured to the highest quality standards. Conduct rigorous quality control checks and inspections at every stage of the production process to guarantee the system’s reliability and accuracy.

Shipping

Coordinate with the customer to arrange the shipment. Provide regular updates on the shipping status, including tracking information, to keep the customer informed about the progress of their order.

Installation

Offer installation services and provide on-site training to the customer’s staff upon delivery. Ensure that the customer understands how to operate and maintain the system properly.

Tensile Testing Machine Supplier FAQ

We need to know the size and weight of your maximum sample and test conditions to choose the right equipment to complete all your test conditions.

We offer you high quality machines with 1 year guarantee and supply life-long technical support for free.

All our equipment will provide a factory inspection report, we can also provide a third-party inspection report, but we hope that you inform us before purchasing the equipment so that we have enough time to arrange.

If you are the first time order with us, we suggest PayPal for secured order. 30% T/T in advance and 70% before shipment is for regular order. LC at sight for bulk order.

We will send one year enough easy broken spare parts together with the machines when delivery. During the warranty time, we will supply the spare parts with our cost price including delivery fees.

We will connect all machines in line make them running over 8 hours non-stop , then take and send testing videos. Or we could live video inspection.

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An Ultimate Guide for Tensile Testing Machine

Tensile testing machine from 5 kN to 2,500 for determining the tensile strength of materials. Tensile testing machines or tensile testing machines are used to determine the strength and deformation behavior of materials up to the breaking point. Choosing the correct tensile testing machine depends on the material to be tested and the standards to be followed.

Today, if you want to learn about Tensile Testing Machines, our guide is for you. It covers everything you need to know about Tensile Testing Machines from definition, working principle, application, applicable standards, and more. In this guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know:

A tensile testing machine, also known as a tensile testing machine or universal testing machine (UTM), is an electromechanical testing system that applies tensile force (pull force) to a material to determine tensile strength and deformation behavior until failure. The typical tensile testing machine consists of a load cell, crosshead, extensometer, sample grips, electronics, and drive system.

It is controlled by testing software that defines machine and safety settings and stores test parameters specified by ASTM and ISO standards. In the course of the test, the force applied to the machine and the elongation of the specimen is recorded.  In order to predict how a material will perform when it is used for its intended purpose, designers and manufacturers measure the force required to stretch or elongate a material to the point of permanent deformation or fracture.

Linkotest’s tensile testing machines are specifically designed to meet your requirements based on testing capability, material type, application, and industry standards such as ASTM E8 for metals, ASTM D638 for plastics, ASTM D412 for elastomers, etc. Besides delivering system safety and reliability, every universal testing machine we design and build focuses on:
  • Easy handling for high flexibility
  • Simple adaptation to customer and standard-specific requirements
  • Expansion capabilities that are future-proof

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  • Consider special control and data processing of flexible measured materials to achieve high precision;
  • Rich functions, friendly interface, and operation mode;
  • Several parameters in the setup can be changed using the built-in control module;
  • Simplified modular structure, compact and ergonomic design;
  • It can work independently without a computer, and is easy to perform various types of tests;
  • Level 3 data security protection.
  • Works with a wide variety of jigs and fixtures.
  • Built-in thermal printer to print test results (QT-ETT-V2)

The ability of a material to resist fracture under tensile stress is one of the most important and widely measured properties of a material, determining its application and use in different applications. Tensile strength is the force per unit area required to break a material in this way.

The material will elastically yield before the yield point; beyond the yield point, the sample will undergo permanent deformation, and the corresponding stress is called yield strength. The ultimate elongation of a material is the percentage increase in length that occurs before breaking under tension. The shape of the curve formed depends on the mechanical properties of the sample.

First, the preconditioned sample is mounted between two grips that are moved in opposite directions during the test. Changes in force and displacement are recorded by load cells fixed to the driven fixture and embedded displacement transducers, respectively. Tensile strength, tear strength, and elongation can be obtained after testing.

  • Zwicky Line
  • Proline
  • Almighty line
  • Tensile testing machine for high test loads above 330 kN
  • High-temperature test system (temperature range from -80°C to +2,000°C)
  • Load Cells
    Load cells convert tensile forces into measurable electrical signals. All of our load cells are seamlessly compatible with all of our machine components, ensuring high product quality.
  • Extensometer
    An extensometer is a strain measurement device that measures the strain on a specimen, also known as a strain gauge. Strain measurements for tensile testing are required by almost all standards such as ASTM and ISO.
  • Sample Grips 
    Sample Grips provide a mechanical connection between the sample and the tensile testing machine. Their function is to transmit the movement of the crosshead to the sample and the test force generated in the sample to the load cell.
  • Moving Crossheads
    A moving crosshead is essentially a crosshead that moves up or down in a controlled manner. In tensile testing, the crosshead speed of the testing machine is directly related to the strain rate of the specimen.
  • Electronics Electronics
    control the moving parts of the tensile testing machine. The speed and duty cycle of the crosshead can be controlled by the microprocessor in the servo controller (motor, feedback device, and controller).
  • Software 
    Our testing software is an extremely user-friendly, wizard-guided, Windows-based solution that allows users to set up a test system, configure and run tests, and display results.
  • Drive system
    The drive system provides different levels of power and frequency for the tensile testing machine motor and indirectly controls the speed and torque of the motor.

Tensile Testing Machine guide

For automated tensile testing, the testing machine is equipped with a robotic testing system that takes samples from storage boxes and inserts them into the machine’s sample grips. It is also possible to connect a 2D code reader, a cross-section measuring device, or, depending on the test, a hardness tester or a roughness measuring system. The automated tensile testing system also handles sample residues.

Robotic systems offer advantages for both large and small test series:

  • Automated tensile testing has so far been primarily used by laboratories with large sample volumes. A fully automated tensile testing system can be used on night shifts and weekends with consistent high efficiency, 24/7, without an operator present.
  • Even for small test series starting from about 10 specimens, automated tensile testing systems have proven worthwhile. By performing tensile testing with a simple robotic testing system, qualified laboratory personnel are freed from their day-to-day duties so that they can perform more complex tasks.

Using fully automated tensile testing eliminates operator subjective influences such as hand temperature and tilted sample clamping. This results in a high level of accuracy and repeatability, and a significant increase in the quality of test results.

Tensile tests are used to determine how a material responds to an applied force (pull). Tensile testing directly measures ultimate tensile strength, maximum elongation, and area shrinkage.  The following properties can also be determined from these measurements: elastic modulus (Young’s modulus), deformation (Poisson’s ratio), yield strength, and strain hardening behavior.

  • Ultimate Tensile Strength – The maximum tensile stress a material can withstand before breaking
  • Maximum elongation – the maximum strain a material can withstand before failure
  • Area Reduction—A comparison between the original cross-sectional area of ​​a specimen and the minimum cross-sectional area of ​​the same specimen after complete fracture failure. It is used as an indicator showing how much a material deforms when subjected to a tensile load.
  • Young’s Modulus – The stiffness of a material. That is, it indicates how easily the material bends or stretches:
    • Young’s modulus = stress/strain
    • Stress = force / cross-sectional area
    • Strain = change in length / original length
  • Poisson’s Ratio – The ratio of the change in width to the change in length in the direction of the tensile force.
  • Yield Strength – The maximum tensile stress an elastic material can sustain before permanent deformation occurs.
  • Strain Hardening Properties – Strain hardening, also known as work hardening, occurs when a material is stretched beyond the yield point. Strain hardening increases mechanical resistance and hardness but reduces ductility. Materials that meet ductility requirements while maintaining the highest strength can be identified by manufacturers using this information.

Data obtained during tensile testing can be plotted on a graph to generate stress/strain curves. The stress/strain curve shows a curve with a high level of strain hardening and a low level of strain hardening after the yield point.

Manufacturers in industries ranging from plastics and composites to the automotive, food and beverage, and highly regulated medical and pharmaceutical industries use tensile testing equipment to perform industry-standard testing to precisely measure the defining properties of their materials, ensure compliance with standards, and ultimately ensure the quality and safety of their products.

  • Plastic Packaging – Pulling is applied to samples of plastic material to help manufacturers determine the protective properties of the plastic when subjected to pulling forces such as those that occur during shipping.
  • Concrete Reinforcement – ​​Tensile testing is performed on metal samples to determine various mechanical properties such as yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, elongation, and reduction of area to help manufacturers meet not only advertised quality and high-performance specifications but also industry standards to ensure products are safely placed on the market.
  • Rubber Compounds for Tires – Testing tire rubber for elongation and tensile strength for quality control to avoid tire failures such as tread separation and blowout.

In addition, the tensile testing machine can perform traction, peeling, sealing, tearing, compression, bending, shearing, and other types of tests on plastic film, composite film, plastic tape, flexible packaging material, rubber sheet, paper, non-woven fabric, and other packaging materials. It is widely used in plastic film production, packaging, medicine, food, inspection institutions, scientific research institutes, and other related industries to study the properties of materials and finished products.

Tensile Testing Machine guide

Materials testing is governed by ASTM and ISO standards. Here are some of the most commonly used tensile testing standards:

  • Metals – ASTM E8 and ASTM E21 / ISO 6892-1 and ISO 6892-2
  • Plastics – ASTM D638 / ISO 527-2
  • Rubber and Elastomers – ASTM D412 / ISO 37
  • Fiber Reinforced Composites – ASTM D3039

The following factors you should consider when selecting a machine, in addition to quality, reliability, cost, and application:

1) Flexibility

The ability to test a wide range of materials over a wide load range, the integration and easy exchange between accessories designed for each industry standard, material type, and application, the option to operate the machine with or without a PC, and the mechanical modularity that allows the machine to be expanded and adjusted using the many available test and sample grips all contribute to the overall flexibility of the testing machine.

2) Security

The safety of tensile testing machines is of paramount importance, extending from the implementation of physical safety features such as external safety doors, safety enclosures, safety interlocks, and limit switches to software system monitoring and user management. We are dedicated to designing test systems that put the operator and machine safety first.

3) Ease of use

The key is to choose a test system that is sophisticated in design and highly operable while allowing operators to easily install test fixtures, set up test configurations, implement test procedures, run tests, and interpret results.

4) Adaptability

Market developments and standard requirements are always changing. When deciding on a tensile tester, you should make sure your machine can accommodate these changes – from accessories and fixtures to electronics and software programs.

5) Software

The testing software is designed to make the testing process easier for operators and ensure that test configurations are consistent and compliant. Our testing software is designed with users and laboratory workflow in mind.

#1. Standard library

Our test software includes more than 600 standard test procedures, allowing you to select the correct standards-compliant procedure for your application, simplifying test setup and configuration, ultimately saving you time and effort, and reducing the possibility of error. For tests beyond the standard or for test sequences that allow free configuration of the machine, our software offers pre-prepared master test programs.

#2. Smart Guide

Smart wizards guide users through test configuration. Automatically check the plausibility of the data.

#3. Reporting

Whether simple or custom, our software allows you to define reports with virtually unlimited possibilities as well as options for saving, exporting, and printing.

6) Automation

The use of automation in materials testing is increasing, especially since even the smallest disturbance can alter measured values. We offer a wide range of possibilities for material testing automation. Test systems range from efficient automation of small-batch testing using cobots in laboratories to fully automated test laboratories working around the clock.

7) After-sales support

We provide individually tailored service and support throughout the entire lifecycle of our testing machines. We offer expert calibration services, preventive maintenance and inspections, training courses, machine relocation services, qualification services, hotline, and customer support, and guarantee spare parts availability for at least 10 years after a product has been discontinued.

8) Company stability

The stability of the company is a solid foundation for the machine to perform tests.