200 N and 1 kN Roller Grips
- For testing the strength properties of elastomeric rings
- Includes both 0.2 kN (44 lbf) and 1 kN (220 lbf) roller grips sets
- Grip sets are designed for specific models of universal testers
ISO 37, ASTM D412, JIS K6251, JIS K7312
This roller grip set includes both 200 N (44 lbf) and 1 kN (220 lbf) roller grips for tensile testing elastomeric ring specimens. The 200 N grips have a 4.5 mm (0.18 in) diameter roller. The diameter of the roller on the 1 kN grips is 25 mm (0.98 in).
During testing, as the crosshead moves, a chain connecting the bottom grip and the crosshead rotates, causing the ring specimen to rotate, ensuring symmetric testing of the specimen. Due to this crosshead connection, roller grip sets are tailored to specific testing machine models.
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