To determine the suitability of a material for an application where it is under load, measuring its elongation is important.
EZ Test - Options
Compact Tabletop Tester
Allows adjusting the control panel position and angle to match the posture of the operator.
The new TRViewX video extensometer achieves high precision
TRViewX is compatible with a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, rubbers, and films.
（ISO9513 Class 0.5, JIS B7741 class 0.5）
Evaluating food texture
EZ Test offers an ample selection of specialized jigs to support a wide variety of applications.
The DSES-1000 is a long-travel contact-type extensometer able to measure displacement up to the breakpoint in tensile tests of rubber and other soft materials.
The SSG-H series of strain gauge extensometers are compliant with ISO, JIS, and ASTM tensile test standards for hard plastics and metal materials
Shimadzu’s SSG series of strain gauge extensometers are compliant with ISO, JIS, and ASTM tensile test standards, including those for plastics and metallic materials
The ISO 6892-1 standard for tensile testing of metallic materials prescribes Class 1 or higher extensometers, and JIS Z2241 prescribes Class 2 or higher extensometers when measuring withstanding pressure.
After tensile testing, flexural tests are the most common strength tests for plastics and other resins.