Tensile Test


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Befitlab provides tensile testing what is ideal for analyzing a material’s strength against maximum stress from being stretched or pulled before breaking. Tensile testing is an important materials test to select a specific material for an application, for quality control, and to predict how a material will react to varying forces.

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What Is Tensile Testing?

An axial pull when exerted upon the material in accordance with agreed upon standards, and the results measured with scientifically accurate methods.

Tensile Testing is one of the most widely used mechanical tests completed on materials. By measuring the force required to elongate a specimen to breaking point, material properties can be determined that will allow design engineers to predict how materials and products will behave in their intended applications.

The quality of materials used in manufacturing play a crucial role in the development of products. The Tensile Testing lab at Befitlab has helped thousands of companies from around the world determine the behavior of a material with their Tensile Testing capabilities.

Why Perform a Tensile Test?

Many properties of a material may be determined by use of tensile testing. Tensile testing provides data on strength and ductility of metals under uniaxial tensile forces. The tensile strength of a metal is essentiality its ability to withstand tensile loads without failure. This is an important factor in metal forming process since brittle metals are more likely to rupture. A tensile test is commonly used to select a material for an application, for quality control, and to predict how a material will react under different types of forces. Befitlab provides several types of tensile testing performed under standardized or customized specifications. Tensile Tests can be performed at room temperature, elevated temperatures (-452 to 2200°F), with a variety of specimen types, fixtures and customizable test setups.

Tensile Testing Services

Some of the tensile test procedures we can perform are:

·  Root, Face, and Side Bend Testing

·  Proof Loading of Testing Materials

·  Breaking Load Testing of Full Size Bolts and Studs

·  Tensile for Room and Non-Ambient Temperature Testing

·  Slow Strain Rate Testing

·  Tubing Testing

·  Compression Strength Testing (Composites)

·  Impact Testing (IZOD, CTOD)

·  Double Shear Testing

·  Single Shear Testing

·  Shear Testing on Flat Specimens

·  Double Shear on Rods, Wires, Rivets in Tension