Protective Clothing - ISO 9150
- Determining the behavior of materials for protective clothing exposed to small splashes of molten metal.
A welding wire is melted with a burner. The drops thus produced are passed to the sample. The number of molten drops of metal are counted that occur at a point on the vertical sample that is required to produce a temperature rise of 40 K in a temperature sensor behind the sample. The counting of the drops occurs automatically. The burner is controlled by software using electronic flow controllers / meters. Furthermore, the automatic feed of the welding wire can be adjusted.
|Test standards:||DIN EN 348, ISO 9150|
|Sensors:||Temperature, drop detection, room temperature, room humidity|
|Supplies:||Electrical voltage 230 V AC 50/60 Hz, acetylene, oxygen|
|Features:||Automatic drop detection, motorized welding wire travel, largely automated test procedure, electronic gas control and measurement data acquisition, housing, swiveling sample holder for easy sample installation|
|Dimensions:||W x H x D: 1510 mm x 1660 mm x 630 mm*|
|Weight:||approx. 80 kg*|