227 g Ball Test
2260 g ball test
Test Method for Ball Drop Impact
Glazing Materials Ball Test Device
Determination of whether the safety glazing material has a certainminimum strength and cohesion under impact from a small hard object
Suitable for impact test of safety glass and tempered glass.
ISO 3537 Road vehicles â Safety glazing materials âMechanical testsâ Clause 6: 227 g ball test, Clause 7: 2260 g ball test
GB 15763.3 Safety glazing materials in building Part 3:Laminated glass--Appendix B Drop ball impact specimen support
Steel Ballï¼2260g / 82mm 1040g / 63mm 535g / 51mm 508g / 50mm 227g / 38mm
Drop Height: 1000mm, 5000mm, 12000mm, Customized
Automatic release and lift. Power: 220V 50Hz 580W
a) Support Size: 350mm*350mm and 660mm*660mm (Customized)
b) Frame width 15mm
c) Steel box height 150mm
d) Rubber Gasket: thickness 3mm, width 15mm, hardness shore A50
e) Interposed sheet of rubber: thickness 3mm, hardness shore A50
Applied Test Pieces Size: 300mm*300mm 610mm* 610mm
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Support Fixture and frame for 227 g ball test and 2260 g ball test ofSafety glazing materials. Laminated glass Drop ball impact specimen support.Related standard ISO 3537. Professional impacting testing equipment ofMechanical tests for Building glazing and Road vehicles glazing
This testing device confirms to the standardsof ISO3537and GB15763.3. It is applicable for the impact performance test ofthe equipment enclosure. It has the advantages of accurate performance andconvenient operation as well as reasonable layout. Adjusted to a certainheight, the steel ball, whose weight is required, falls down to hit the testingsample. Then the tester can judge the quality of the sample according to thedamage degree of the testing sample. It can be used in the fastness test of theenclosure with the material of plastic, ceramic, acryl and Glass fiber.
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