Testronix launches innovative Peel-Testing equipment

Ergonomic, fast, and precise measurement of force, displacement and time

The newly launched test equipment from Testronix is a next-generation packaging tester. Photo Testronix

Testronix, a leading provider of test and measurement solutions, recently announced what it says is a revolutionary Peel-Testing equipment. The company says the launch of its cutting-edge product is designed to measure adhesive strength between two materials in a wide variety of industries. Industries from electronics to construction and beyond and packaging to aerospace engineering can benefit from the accuracy and efficiency of the new Testronix Peel Testing equipment that yields reliable data on the adhesive bond.

Peel tests are commonly used in the manufacturing industry to test the strength of adhesive bonds, such as those between layers of fabric/plastic or between a layer of fabric/plastic and another material. The results of peel tests can be used to improve manufacturing processes and ensure product quality.

In the field of quality control, peel testing is used to measure the force required to peel an adhesive backing off of a material. The results of peel tests can be used to identify problems with adhesives, coatings, and laminates. They can also be used to compare the performance of different materials.

Peel testing is commonly used in the automotive industry to test the strength of bonds between auto parts and components. It is used in the electronics industry to test the strength of solder joints on circuit boards. In the food industry, peel tests are used to measure the force required to peel packaging away from food products.

A highly reliable test used to determine the strength of the bond between two materials – the Peel Test involves applying a force to one material while it is held in place by another material. The amount of force required to cause the material to peel away from the other material is an indication of the strength of the bond.

The newly launched test equipment from Testronix is a next-generation packaging tester. It is more accurate than previous models, where industrial users can reliably depend on the obtained results. The new equipment is much faster than previous models, which means that users can complete testing in a shorter amount of time and test a higher number of samples or products. It is also ergonomically designed and easier to use than the previous version saving substantial time and effort in using the equipment. 

The new Testronix Peel Tester is based on the company’s proprietary peel testing technology and its unique set of algorithms for analyzing the data collected from the peel test, providing accurate results and data within minutes. While the company offers on-site demonstration and training, the new equipment is easy to use and comes with a comprehensive instruction manual.

The machine is also portable, making it convenient for use in any laboratory or testing facility. Testronix, a pioneer in the field of next-generation packaging testing, has taken the initiative to launch the new peel-testing equipment designed to provide reliable and accurate measurements of force, displacement, and time. The innovative equipment will allow manufacturers to be able to effectively measure the strength of their products while reducing the time needed in order to receive results. With its wide range of applications across various industries, this product is sure to revolutionize how companies test their products for quality assurance purposes.

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