The notched bar impact energy is preferably determined at different temperatures, since the behavior at low temperatures is of particular interest.
In the charpy impact test, standardized test specimens notched on one side are shattered on a pendulum impact tester at room temperature. Pendulum impact testers with an impact energy of 300 J and 450 J are available for the tests at high and low temperatures. We manufacture the necessary notched bar impact test specimens from the accompanying specimens printed by you.
- Demonstration of the achieved notched bar impact energy according to DIN EN ISO 148-1
- Mechanical production of a set of specimens consisting of 3 test specimens
- Indication of the specimen cross-section [cm2]
- Indication of the specimen shape and the specimen location
- Indication of the test temperature [°C]
- Determination of the impact energy for each specimen including mean value [J]
- If applicable, indication of the impact energy related to the standard cross-section including mean value [J]
- TÜV NORD test report as pdf file
- Provision of a set of three digital accompanying samples (individualized STL file)
- Test specimen accompanying certificate and instructions
- Shipping label incl. collection and shipment tracking
- Mechanical production of the standard-compliant test specimen from the production accompanying sample
- Test execution
- TÜV NORD test report as PDF
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If you have any questions about additive manufacturing and corresponding TÜV NORD testing services, please do not hesitate to contact Jens Groffmann at any time:
Dipl.-Ing. Jens Groffmann