Environmental Testing Equipment

Manufacturer: Testing - Slovenia / Origin: Slovenia / Europe

The range of the ACS “ES” series Climatic and Thermostatic Chambers allows you to control the temperature and humidity inside the test compartment, in a range from -70°C to +180°C (temperature) and from 10% to 98% (relative humidity), with a rate of temperature change of at least 5K/min.


Model: T4-03
·  Is intended for testing parts of non-metallic materials for resistance to heat in compliance with IEC 60695-10-2, 60335-1, 60950-1, 60598-1, BS 1363-1,
·  Ball part is made of special gauge steel
·  Horizontal rod made of stainless steel
·  Ball part is engraved with catalogue number and serial number, to enable its traceability and certification
·  Ball diameter: 5 mm
·  Force exerted on the ball 20 N ± 0.2 N
·  Box is made of lacquered plywood: WxDxH: 320 x 180 x 90 mm
Supplied Configuration:
·  Main apparatus
·  Thermometer With Thermocouple that can be inserted into the support of T4-03 (Model: T4-03A)
·  Operating manual

The Ball Pressure Test Apparatus is a type of testing equipment used to evaluate the resistance of materials to deformation under pressure. It is commonly used in the plastics and rubber industries to test the impact resistance of materials used in various applications, including packaging, automotive components, and consumer goods.

The apparatus consists of a metal frame with a circular metal plate attached to the top. A steel ball of a specific diameter and weight is placed on the plate, and a plunger is used to apply a specified force to the ball. The plunger is designed to move in a perpendicular direction to the metal plate.

The specimen to be tested is placed beneath the plate, and the ball is allowed to apply a specified force to the specimen for a specified amount of time. The amount of deformation caused by the ball is measured, and this data is used to determine the material's resistance to deformation under pressure.

The ball pressure test apparatus is capable of applying various levels of force, typically ranging from 10 N to 500 N, and is suitable for testing a range of materials, including plastics, rubber, and composites. The test method is defined by various international standards, such as ASTM D5171 and ISO 10619.

Overall, the ball pressure test apparatus is a useful tool for evaluating the impact resistance of materials used in various applications and can provide valuable information for product design and development.