Testing Equipment for UN38.3 & UL

Hydraulic Driven Crushing & Nail Penetration Tester for Lithium Cell ( IEC 62133.8.3.5) -- MSK-CP-6047

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Product Name Hydraulic Driven Crushing & Nail Penetration Tester for Lithium Cell ( IEC 62133.8.3.5) -- MSK-CP-6047
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Product Code 3437
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Item Number MSK-CP-6047
 
  • MSK-CP-6047 combines crushing test and nail penetration into one machine with explosion-proof box and remote control panel for IEC 62133.8.3.5 standard.    This machine is driven by electric hydraulic pump.
  •  SPECIFICATIONS
  • Crushing  
  • Electric Hydraulic cylinder 32 mm dia.
    Force 1000 N ~ 13 KN  (1.5 TN)
    Pressing plate :  200 mm dia.
    Accuracy :  ± 1 %
  • Nail Penetration  
  • Driven by Elelctric Hydraulic cylinder
    Penetration Force :  150 ~ 200 KG adjustable
    Penetration speed :  10 ~ 40 mm/s adjustable
    Dwell time :  1 min ~ 6 hrs adjustable
    Three nail included :  φ3mm、φ5mm、φ8mm made by high temperature steel
  • Chamber  
  • Made of SS-304 steel
    Double layer anti-explosion window
    Max.measuring space:  200 X 100 X 200 mm
    Explosion proof window:  200 X 200 mm  (10 mm explorsion-proof glass)
    Lighting is built on top
    Four wheel is installed on bottom to make the box movable.
  • Control Unit  
  • Separated control unit for the safety
    Time, speed and crusing forcued can be set and display
    Force display unit can be choose KN, Lb and Kg.
  • Venting
  • 5" venting port in back chamber which shall connect to your venting fan
  • Dimensions
  • Explosion-proof box:  670 W X 1740 H X 480 D  mm
    Control Pannel:  330 W X 1040 H X 330 D  mm
  • Power Requirements
  • 208 - 240 VAC single phase
    1500 W
  • Operation Manual
  • Warranty
  • One year limited manufacturer's warranty with lifetime support;  extended warranty available upon request at additional cost.
  • Demo Video
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