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How to Measure Rebound Resilience of Rubbers?

What is Rebound Resilience?

When a specific amount of force is applied to the rubbers, rubber is deformed due to the energy input and return back to its original position this helps to determine the rebound resilience of the rubbers. The rebound resilience of the rubbers is the ratio of the energy which returned back to its original position to that of the energy which is applied to deformation of the rubbers by indentation due to a single impact. The correlation between the rebound resilience and the loss ratio of the rubber hence will be derived with this phenomenon. In addition to this, this property also helps to calculate the percentage of deformation and accelerating speed of the motion. The penetration made with the spherical indenter with a constant amount of force depends on the young’s modulus property of the material.

How to measure the Rebound Resilience of the Rubbers?

The best method to measure the rebound resilience of the rubbers is Rebound Resilience Tester. It is the best testing machine that helps to determine the ability of the rubbers to bear impact forces and shocks. It is the best testing device to measure the impact resilience of the solid rubbers. It is determined by calculating the height of the rebound of the standard needle when it is dropped from a certain height on the surface of the rubber material which is kept for the test. The instrument is designed on a sturdy base to get best results. The device is also provided with the measurement scale to measure the impact rebound resilience.

Solution by Presto

 

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Presto Stantest manufactures high-quality of rebound resilience tester to measure the impact resilience of the rubbers. The testing device provides highly accurate results. The instrument is delivered with a user manual that makes it easy to operate along with the calibration certificate which ensures the quality of the product.


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