Seam Fatigue Tester
Toyota TSL5101G Section 3.7,GMW 3405,Nissan M-0154,Ford Motor Co. BN 106-02,TSL5100G Section 4.22
The Seam Fatigue Tester is a two station bench top machine, used for evaluating fabric or leather seating materials resistance to tearing or needle hole elongation of a sewn seam. Each station includes a pair of suitable clamps for attaching the test sample.
A set up gage is used to set the 140mm sample clamp separation for each station.One or two stations can be tested at a time.
Seam Fatigue Tester Testing Method:
The operator installs the set up gage between one pair of sample clamps on a station. The sewn test sample is aligned and clamped into position.The set up gage is removed and installed on the second station. The second sample is aligned and clamped into position and the set up gage is removed. The desired number of test cycles is entered on the cycle counter and the test is started. Once this cycle count is reached the machine will automatically stop. Test samples are visually evaluated.
1.Mechanical components are constructed of non-corrosive Aluminum and Stainless Steel.
2.Durable Powder Coat and Anodized finishes.
3.Precision ball and needle bearings.
4.Programmable count-up controller with automatic stop.
5.Adjustable jog and test speed controls.
6.Adjustable weight shelf height.
7.Adjustable clamp separation distance.
8.Vented Protective Cover protects operator hands from pinch points.
2.Testing load: 3kg;
3.Speed: 30 cycles/minute;
4.Cycle counter: 4 digits (standard of 2500);
6.Sample clamp separation: 120, 124, 140, adjustable;
7.Sample clamp width: 50mm;
8.External dimension: 13×31×17 inches (L×W×H);
9.Weight: 50kg (110lb).