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Owing to our expertise in this domain, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying Pneumatic Shock Test Machine. It is broadly used in the industries for holding items or fixtures for testing or product qualifications purposes. Our diligent professionals manufacture this machine as latest market developments using finest quality components and pioneering technology. Further, it is tested thoroughly on different parameters to ensure its functionality at clientsâ end. Our valuable clients can avail this Pneumatic Shock Test Machine from us at competitive prices.
Programmable drop height
Acceleration and pulse duration is adjustable
Mechanical brakes provided to avoid the secondary shock
PC based control, monitoring and waveform analysis
Low maintenance required due to pneumatic operation
The Pneumatic Shock Test Machine is designed to Produce half sine shock pulses in the vertical direction Using compressed air to force the platform to impact On the shock machine base.
Elastometric pads are used Between the platform and base frame of the impact area To produce half- Sine pulses, lead pellets for saw tooth Pulses and pneumatic cylinders for square pulses.
The Drop height and the air pressure are responsible to Accelerate the platform to generate the magnitude of the shock pulses.
The basic structure of the machine is heavy steel Welded with reinforced concrete which will not deteriorate Under repeated shocks.
The structure contains sufficient Mass to produce kinetic energy so that no supplementary Counterweight will be required.
Shock Test in accordance With IS, IEC, MIL-810, ASTM etc.
The drop height and the air pressure are responsible to generate the desired acceleration.
The different design of the half sine saw tooth and square wave pulse programmers are used to get the desired pulse shape and pulse duration.
The platform is supported and guided by the LB RODS to maintain its balance.
The lifting of the platform is done by pneumatic cylinders; the drop height is determined by the desired acceleration level.
In a shock test due to the renounced action secondary shocks may occur, which are totally unacceptable by most of the test standards.
Fail safe brakes are used as a rebounded brake and as a quick release device to avoid secondary and tertiary shocks.
The shock test machine is isolated from the ground by heavy duty air spring and shock absorbers.