Tensile Testing Components – Jaws, Inserts, Holders, Materials, and some of the industries that benefit from the strength of our work.

What is tensile testing?

Tensile testing is a process that involves applying a uniaxial tension force to a test sample, up to the point it yields or breaks. This type of testing is often used for determining product safety, strength, and performance. Tensile testers are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, so it’s important to choose the one which is best for your needs and industry.

Tensile Testing Jaws

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If you don’t see what you are looking for Sjogren can make it for you. We employ the “Any System, Any Part” philosophy across the wire-tooling industry. Sjogren Industries, Inc. has long been an innovator in the design and manufacturing of customized solutions for the wire tooling trades.

Tensile testing can determine a component’s strength and suitability for use and its performance over time.

Tensile testing is a process that can measure the mechanical properties of materials. This type of testing is often used to determine the suitability for use and performance over time of the material. The test can be performed under very precise velocity conditions to measure the product in question over time. Tensile tests can indicate how suitable a component is for use and its performance over time.

Elastic limit, elastic modulus, and tensile strength are terms related to tensile testing. Tensile testing is often used in research and development labs to study new materials or products. Advanced tensile testing systems may use an extensometer to get accurate results, and they are equipped with advanced software that allows for detailed data analysis

Significance and Use of the Tensile Test in Various Industries

The tensile test is a critical process in quality assurance for many industries. It can be used at different stages of production to test the strength and durability of materials. In addition, it helps ensure that products meet safety and compliance standards.

Aerospace: The aerospace industry relies on the tensile test to evaluate the strength and durability of materials used in aircraft construction.

Automotive: Tensile testing is essential for automotive manufacturers to verify the strength and reliability of components such as car doors, airbags, seatbelts, and more.

Beverage: The beverage industry uses tensile testing to assess the quality of everything from bottle caps to cardboard boxes.

Construction: Construction companies use the tensile test to examine the structural integrity of building materials like metal beams, concrete slabs, and lumber.

Electrical & Electronics: Electrical & electronics manufacturers use tensile testing to ensure that components like wires, connectors, and circuit boards can withstand repeated stress over time.

Medical Device: Medical device manufacturers rely on tension tests to guarantee that their products are safe for human use. This includes items like pacemakers, surgical tools, and infusion pumps.

These are but a few of the industries the Sjogren helps in choosing the most appropriate tensile testing jaws or components to effectively secure your samples and to obtain accurate measurements of tensile properties.

Sjogren Industries is happy to announce our further commitment to manufacturing Tensile Testing components

further strength and commitment to manufacturing Tensile Testing components

Sjogren Industries is happy to announce our further commitment to manufacturing Tensile Testing components for Instron, Tinius Olsen, Baldwin/Satec, Forney, and United Calibration test machines.

Although we have been manufacturing Flat Jaws, Vee Jaws, Inserts, and Holders for several years, we have recently made an investment in our machine capabilities to increase capacity while improving our lead time.

Our Tensile Testing replacement jaws feature our proprietary tooth pattern, providing superior durability and grip while remaining compatible with your current equipment.

As with all our products, our commitment to providing you with the best quality remains our focus.

Sjogren Industries, Inc.
982 Southbridge Street
Worcester, MA 01610 USA
Tel: 508-987-3206
Fax: 508-987-1965
E-mail: info@sjogren.com

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