IEC60068-2-75 Spring Impact Testing /Test Hammer
|FOB Price:||US $100-300 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Piece||US $100-300/ Piece|
|Transport Package:||Paper Case|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
- Model NO.: Model NO.: CXS-103/106/102
- Hammer Material: Steel
- Brand: Cx
- Explosion-proof: Explosion-proof
- Size: Mini
- Application Age: Children
- Trademark: CX
- Origin: China
- Type: Machinists Hammer
- Application: Machinist Hammer, Household Tool Set, Nail Hammer, Pick Hammer, Roofing Hammer
- Handle Material: Steel
- Use Place: Emergency Escape
- Handle Color: Metallic
- Color: Silver
- Specification: 60g
- HS Code: 9201100000
Spring Impact hammer testing is strictly designed according to IEC60068-2-75, IEC884 and UL1244 GB/T2423.55-2006, GB4706.1, GB8898 and GB7000 standard.
It is used to test the mechanical integrity of product enclosures.
After applying the impact with the hammer, the product is examined with accessibility probes to determine access to shock, energy, and injury hazards. Built in exact accordance to IEC\EN, \UL\CSA and other international Standards.
spring impact hammer testing is used to check the durability of enclosures for electrical appliances of other electronic products. If damage occurs from the Impact Hammer test. Accessibility probes can be used to measure the extent or severity of the damage. The Impact Hammer simulates the mechanical impact to which electrical equipment may be subjected.
This hammer is mainly used to test household and similar electrical appliances shell, lever, handle, knobs, lights and other shell to withstand mechanical shocks.
Model AUTO-103: Single impact force model (0.14J, 0.20J, 0.35J, 0.50J, 0.70J, 1.0J, select);
Model AUTO-102: Impact force: 2.0J,;
Model AUTO-106A: Adjustable energy with six force total 0.14, 0.20, 0.35, 0.50, 0.70 and 1.0J.
OD: 50 mm;
Hammer Weight: 60g;
Hammer radius: 10mm;
Impact Components: Including the hit ball handle the hammer, weight 250g, hammer head is made from white polyethylene imine first;
The release force of impact: 10N.