Tinius Olsen

Model 10kL

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The model 10kL is an Electromechanical Materials Testing Machine. It is a robust design for use in a range of materials testing. The model 10kL is designed for tension, compression, flexure and shear strength testing on materials and assemblies. The robust design that incorporates quality materials and components ensures that our reputation for superior system performance, ease of use, and longevity is maintained. A variety of loadcells are available at differing capacities that give precise applied load measurements from the smallest test specimen to ones that go to full machine capacity. Test machines become complete, powerful test systems with the addition of grips to hold the specimen, strain measurement instrumentation and Tinius Olsen’s Horizon Data Analysis software.

Features & Benefits

  • Suitable for tension, compression, flexure, shear and other tests to a maximum force of 10kN/2,000lbf
  • Meets or exceeds the requirements of national and international standard for materials testing systems
  • Built-in pneumatic distribution ports provide local air supply to pneumatic grips
  • Primary system interface is a PC running Tinius Olsen’s Horizon data analysis software connected via USB
  • System features local Jog up, jog down and stop buttons so the crosshead can be positioned for easy specimen loading
  • Protective screen supporting panels on the sides, USB connectivity, Sunken power connector to ease service
  • Options & Accessories

  • Grips and fixtures can be easily mounted securely with a simple locking pin, which also allows simple and rapid changes.
  • Full range of precision extensometers and deflectometers are available using video, laser, encoder,
    strain gage and/or LVDT technologies
  • Furnaces and environmental chambers can be installed for tests at high or low temperatures.
  • Safety enclosures with interlocks can be installed to protect operators from violent specimen breaks.
  • Tinius Olsen’s Horizon software can be connected to the tester by the operator.