How Do I calculate variable mass(Uniaxial testing)?
In uniaxial testing, the sum of all falling accessories defines your total drop mass. If you use a combination of light accessories (For example: light ball arm, light clamp and a small headform size), you will obtain a low drop mass. On the other hand, a combination of heavier accessories will give you a heavier drop mass. To help you achieve variable mass requirements, Cadex has a wide range of accessories available in variable mass:
As a exemple, we have built a data table to better help you calculate your drop mass:
How do I rapidly install the Cadex clamp?
In uniaxial testing, the exclusive concept of the Cadex clamp, helps the technician reduce testing time. You no longer have to remove the ball arm and accelerometer when you change the testing setup.
Can the uniaxial monorail impact tester do triaxial testing?
Yes. The latest version of the Cadex 'monorail impact machine' can be used for both uniaxial and triaxial testing procedures. By simply adding a few accessories to the monorail, using the same acquisition system, you now have two testing machines in one. Once installed, you simply interchange the accessories to switch between testing methods. Please, ask our sales representative to discuss this upgrade capability of our 'monorail testing machine' with you in greater detail.
What is a quick release system?
We have developed a unique quick release system which provides quick and solid anvil anchorage properties to your testing machines. With one simple operation you are ready to go, saving lots of time. The quick release system is incorporated into our anvils, MEP Pad mounting plates, penetration headforms, and other testing accessories.