A crucial step in understanding the resilience and durability of elastomer materials.

Our advanced testing methodology involves measuring the strain required for both reversible and irreversible stretching of a coupon material until breakage occurs. The results are meticulously reported after 28 days of exposure, providing valuable insights relative to unexposed coupons.

Elastomer Tensile Strength Testing

We recognize the significance of tensile strength in elastomer materials. Our testing process is designed to assess how these materials respond to stretching, both reversibly and irreversibly, until the point of breakage. This comprehensive evaluation provides critical data on the material’s ability to withstand applied forces and strain.

Measurements After 28 Days Exposure

To simulate real-world conditions, our testing extends over a period of 28 days. This duration allows us to observe the elastomer’s response to exposure factors over an extended timeframe. By measuring tensile strength after this exposure period, we provide a thorough understanding of how the material’s properties evolve over time, offering insights crucial for material selection and performance predictions.

Comparison to Unexposed Coupons

Our commitment to precision extends to the reporting phase, where we provide measurements relative to unexposed coupons. This comparative analysis is vital for understanding the impact of environmental exposure on the tensile strength of elastomers. It helps in assessing the material’s performance under various conditions and aids in making informed decisions about its suitability for specific applications.

Our commitment to excellence ensures that you receive precise and actionable data for making informed decisions about material selection and application suitability.