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Impact Specimen Notcher

The Tinius Olsen Model 899 Impact Specimen Notcher for Plastics is designed to machine a notch in a plastic specimen in accordance with ISO 179, ISO 180, ASTM D256 and ASTM 6110.

of the specimens. A clear safety cover over the cutting area protects the operator, while doubling as an attachment for a vacuum system (not supplied) to remove chips from the cutting area.

Prior to performing tests, the specimens must be notched in order to create a stress riser and to predict the point of fracture. The Tinius Olsen Model 899 Impact Specimen Notcher for plastics can accurately machine up to 28 3.2mm (1/8”) thick specimens at one time.

The Model 899 Specimen notcher features an air cooling system that directs air flow at the cutting area to reduce the risk of thermal degradation

Routine operation of the Model 899 Impact Specimen Notcher is automated and requires minimal operator supervision. After samples are loaded, the operator initiates the automatic notching cycle by simply pressing a button.

After the notching process is completed, the notch depth can be verified by using the Model 799 Notch Depth Verification Device.

Model 899 Impact Specimen Notcher.

Model 799 Notch Depth Verification Device.

Impact Software

  • User-selected reporting and export- ing formats

  • Built-in SPC programs for X-bar, R, and frequency distribution chart/ histograms

  • Test mode allows configuring, running, and saving of tests and results

  • Recall mode permits viewing of previously saved results and performs database maintenance

World Headquarters: 1065 Easton Road Horsham, PA 19044 USA (215) 675-7100 Fax (215) 441-0899 www.TiniusOlsen.com info@TiniusOlsen.com

Contact Your Local Representative:

European Headquarters: 6 Perrywood Business Park Honeycrock Lane, Salfords Redhill, Surrey RH1 5DZ England +44 (0) 1737 765001 Fax +44 (0) 1737 764768

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