Falling Dart Impact Tester FDT-01
The significance of the dart impact test is that it can effectively avoid the occurrence of damage to the packaging surface when the packaging material is impacted and dropped due to insufficient toughness, and based on this measurement, the impact resistance of the material can be improved.
The sample to be tested is placed in the upper and lower round clamps, and the falling dart composed of dart head and incremental weights is used to impact the surface of the sample. Increase or decrease the counterweight based on sample breakage. When the number of sample breakage reaches 50%, the statistical impact mass is the test result.
The FDT-01 falling dart impact tester fully complies with standards in its componets, like dart and shaft material, size and the electromagnetic release part material as well. This is important for the accuracy of test results.
The design also saves much operation time by introducing pneumatic sample clamping;observation light;direct test result display, micro printing of result slip, etc. As recording each result by table on paper is very complicated and may have human calculation error, FDT-01 calculates automatically and gives result in both Joule and gram.
1. 7-inch HMI touch screen and PLC control unit
2. Support both Method A and Method B
3. The test results are automatically calculated
4. The dart is automatically released at a fixed position by electromagnetic
5. Sample pneumatic clamping
6. Professional computer software (optional)
7. Manual and pedal test start modes
8. Built-in observation lamp is convenient for sample status judgment
9. The micro printer for test report slip
Method A (Standard)
Method B (optional)
Method A: 50~2000g
Method B: 300~2000g(optional)
Method A: 38±1mm
Method B: 50±1mm
Method A: 660mm
|Air Pressure||0.6 MPa (User-provided)|
|Sample Size||> 150 mm × 150mm|
GB/T 9639.1-2008, JIS K7124-1
ASTM D1709 Standard Test Methods for Impact Resistance of Plastic Film by the Free-Falling Dart Method
ISO 7765-1“Plastics film and sheeting — Determination of impact resistance by the free-falling dart method — Part 1: Staircase methods”.
Falling ball impact tester