te 92 microprocessor controlled rotary tribometer

te 92 microprocessor controlled rotary tribometer
TE 92 MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED
ROTARY TRIBOMETER
Description
The TE 92 Microprocessor Controlled Rotary Tribometer is a versatile test machine for research
and development work on materials and lubricants. With collinear rotating and loading axes and
an open test platform the TE 92 can accommodate a number of tribology test geometries, many
relating to international test standards.
Three versions of the machine are available:
TE 92
Standard speed machine with 2.2 kW motor and single phase supply. Including shaft mounted
electromagnetic clutch for rapid start and disengagement. Test spindle main bearing: taper
roller.
TE 92HS
Standard and high speed machine with 2.2 kW motor and single phase supply. Including shaft
mounted electromagnetic clutch for rapid start and disengagement at standard speeds and flat
belt drive for high speeds. Test spindle main bearings: matched pair of super-precision angular
contact bearings.
TE 92HP
Standard and low speed machine with 4 kW motor and three phase supply. Including shaft
mounted epicyclic gear-box. Test spindle main bearing: taper roller.
The machines have servo controlled, low inertia, pneumatic loading with force transducer
feedback, vector controlled motor speed with encoder feedback, Serial Link Interface Module
and COMPEND 2000 Window compatible control and data acquisition software. The machine is
floor-standing.
Motor and Test Spindle
The test spindle projects downwards from a housing with precision, greased for life, bearings.
The drive motor is connected to a pulley on the test spindle by means of a timing belt. The test
spindle pulley is machined into the outer casing of an electromagnetic clutch (TE 92 and TE
92HS) or gear-box (TE 92HP).
Location for holders for the rotating specimens is provided by a tapered hole (TE 92 and TE
92HS) or spigot (TE 92HP) in the end of the test spindle, with accurately machined diameter
and end face.
Electro-magnetic Clutch (TE 92 and TE 92HS)
When the clutch is engaged the motor drives the test spindle. This arrangement gives
adjustable start-up characteristics and also provides the ability to control test duration
accurately, eliminating motor inertia from the system when the clutch is disengaged. The clutch
starter unit may also be used in tests with annulus adapters to enable measurements of startup or coast-down friction.
High Speed Pulley (TE 92HS)
For tests at speeds up to 10,000 rpm, the clutch is removed and the drive motor is connected
directly to the drive spindle via a smooth drive belt and pulley. The motor is mounted on a
sliding plate with a jacking screw to tension the drive belt.
The high-speed pulley/smooth drive ratio is 6.67:1. This means that for a motor speed of 1,500
rpm the test spindle is rotating at 10,000 rpm with available torque of 2.1 Nm.
Epicyclic Gear-box (TE 92HP)
The gear-box provides two mechanically selected speed ranges with a ratio of 1:1 and 2.72:1.
Extended Speed Range (TE 92)
The limit on maximum speed is governed by the maximum permissible speed of the electromagnetic clutch. The speed range can be extended to 6,000 rpm by removing the clutch and
replacing it with a standard timing pulley.
Motor Speed Control
Vector control of the motor with encoder feedback provides a variable speed turn-down ratio of
100:1. The motor is four-pole.
TE 92 and TE 92HS
The motor delivers a constant torque of 14 Nm up to 1,500 rpm and constant power of 2.2 kW
from 1,500 to 3,000 rpm. The motor is capable of providing 50% overload for 30 seconds and
therefore a maximum torque of 21 Nm is available for this time. The welding limit in 4-ball EP
tests is typically 12 Nm.
TE 92HP
The motor delivers a constant torque of 25 Nm up to 1,500 rpm and constant power of 4.0 kW
from 1,500 to 3,000 rpm. The motor is capable of sustaining 50% over-current for 30 seconds,
hence a maximum motor torque of 37.5 Nm is available for this time. Higher torque at lower
spindle speed is achieved by engaging the reduction gear ratio.
Load and Torque Measurement
The various test adapters are mounted on an aluminium cross beam which is guided by linear
bearings on the vertical machine columns. The beam is loaded from underneath by a pneumatic
bellows actuator assembly which includes an in-line force transducer for measurement and
feedback control of load. There are two interchangeable loading assemblies TE 92/1 and TE
92/2 providing a 500:1 turn-down ratio on load.
The test adapters are placed on a thrust bearing that permits free rotation under the influence
of frictional torques generated in the contact. Each adapter includes a torque arm so that this
rotational movement is resisted by a strain gauge force transducer mounted on a bracket
attached to the upper plate.
Temperature Measurement
The adapters TE 92/3, TE 92/4 are mounted on a heated block which incorporates two electrical
resistance heater elements. The heated block locates on the thrust bearing of the load crossbeam. The TE 92/6 Reservoir includes integral electrical heating for tests up to 200°C. A 600°C
electrical furnace TE 92/HT, completely enclosing the test pieces, is available.
Thermocouples are located in the adapters to measure the temperature of the test sample
(either material or lubricant) and this measurement is used as the feedback for control. The
temperature is maintained by software PID controllers.
Vibration Measurement
The 4-ball rolling contact fatigue tests require the machine to be shut down by detecting the
onset of pitting. A piezo-electric sensor is mounted on the machine frame to detect vibration
levels. The sensitivity of the detection circuit is adjustable by the operator. A sudden rise in the
level of vibration, caused by the pitting damage in the test adapter, will trip the circuit and stop
the motor rotating.
Control and Data Acquisition
The TE 92 has PC based sequence programmable control and data acquisition. This is provided
by an integrated Serial Link Interface Module and COMPEND 2000 software running on a host
PC, operating under Windows. Data is stored to hard disc in standard spread sheet compatible
file formats (.csv or .tsv).
Tests are defined by a sequence of steps, each step containing set-point, data recording rates
and alarm level information. Set-points may be adjusted by step change or ramp. The test
sequence is followed unless interrupted by the operator or an alarm. Set-points may also be
adjusted manually using on screen toggles.
Accessories and Adapters
TE 92/1 Low Load Actuator Assembly
The TE 92/1 provides a loading range of 20 to 1,000 N and this is used for pin on disc, thrust
washer and 4-ball wear tests.
TE 92/2 High Load Actuator Assembly
The TE 92/2 provides a loading range of 200 to 10,000 N and this is used for taper bearing
shear stability, 4-ball EP and rolling 4-ball tests.
TE 92/3 Sliding Four Ball Test Assembly
The TE 92/3 comprises a test reservoir, clamping nut, thrust face and clamping ring for the
three test balls, integral torque arm and thermocouple sensor. The clamping ring is designed to
hold the test balls at the defined contact angle for 4-ball testing. The thread of the clamping nut
is designed to provide the correct clamping torque for 4-ball EP testing. The upper ball is placed
in a split taper collet, which is a push fit into the spindle taper. The test assembly is also
designed to locate on the TE 92/SCOPE Microscope Assembly to allow post-test measurement of
wear scars.
TE 92/4 Rolling Four Ball Test Assembly
The TE 92/4 comprises a test reservoir and precision polished test race. The race is designed to
permit the test balls to rotate freely maintaining a defined contact angle with the upper ball
fixed in the spindle. In this case there is no torque measurement and the rotation of the adapter
is prevented by dowels in the heated pad locating in three holes in the load cross-beam. The
upper ball is placed in a split taper collet, which is a push fit into the spindle taper.
TE 92/5 KRL Shear Test Adapter (DIN 51350-6)
The DIN 51350-6 and CEC test methods are for the determination of the shear stability of
lubricating oils with polymer additives. For this a taper roller bearing is used to shear the fluid.
The purpose of the test is to determine the permanent drop in viscosity caused by mechanical
stresses under practical conditions.The test assembly comprises a test reservoir, clamping nut,
integral labyrinth for temperature control, torque arm and thermocouple sensor. The
temperature of the lubricant is maintained at 60°C by means of a free-standing temperature
controlled water circulating system.
TE 92/6 Shaft Hub & Heated Reservoir
The TE 92/6 is used for pin on disc and thrust washer tests. In each case the rotating specimen
clamps into a holder that mounts on the shaft hub. The shaft hub locates on the outer diameter
of the test spindle and is held in place by a pin that passes through the hub and shaft.The fixed
specimen clamps into a holder that mounts in the base of the heated reservoir. The reservoir
locates on the thrust bearing of the machine load cross-beam and has an integral torque arm
for friction measurements. The reservoir is stainless steel and has two electrical resistance
heaters in its base. A thermocouple gland is provided so that the temperature sensor can be
pressed against the side of the specimen or holder located in the reservoir. Inlet and outlet
pipe-fittings are also provided for fluid feed to the reservoir.
The fluid may be fed by gravity or circulated through the enclosure using the TE 92/LS or other
suitable circulation system. A lid is provided for the reservoir to minimise loss of fluid by
splashing or evaporation.
The following specimen adapters are included with TE 92/6:
Pin on Disc:
Upper Specimen:
Three Rotating Pins
Lower Specimen:
Disc
Upper Specimen:
Rotating Disc
Lower Specimen:
One Pin
Upper Specimen:
Rotating Disc
Lower Specimen:
Three Pins
Thrust Washer:
Upper/Lower Specimen:
ASTM D3702 (Large)
Upper/Lower Specimen:
ASTM D3702 (Small)
TE 92/6/CDS Hub & Reservoir with Displacement Sensor
The TE 92/6/CDS is identical in function to the TE 92/6 Shaft Hub & Heated Reservoir, but with
a co-axially mounted capacitance displacement sensor fitted to the reservoir with a target
mounted on the rotating shaft hub. As the samples wear, the sensor detects the relative
displacement of the fixed specimen with reference to the rotating specimen.
TE 92/7 Rolling Contact Fatigue Adapter
The TE 92/7 adapter uses the lower race and cage of a standard angular contact bearing (SKF
7206), with the inner race replaced by a conical specimen. The cone angle is such that the
rolling contact is pure rolling with no spin. With silicon nitride balls in the bearing race, contact
pressures up to 5.5 GPa can be achieved. The cone is subjected to the highest number of
contacts and thus it is the rolling fatigue performance of the cone material that is investigated
in this test configuration.
TE 92/8 Pin on Vee Block/Block on Ring Adapter
The TE 92/8 adapter is used to convert the test machine from an axial to a radial loading test
configuration. The machine crossbeam is raised and clamped in position below the spindle. The
axial loading pneumatic bellows assembly is removed and the Pin on Vee Block/Block and Ring
Adapter fitted to the crossbeam.The adapter comprises a linear slide assembly, which moves
radially with respect to the spindle axis. The slide assembly incorporates two specimen carriers,
allowing two identical specimens (vee, flat or conforming blocks) to be loaded on either side of
a pin or ring specimen, carried on the spindle.Load is applied by means of a servo controlled
pneumatic bellows, with force transducer feedback, acting on a double lever mechanism. The
force on the lever mechanism is reacted by the two specimen carriers.
The complete assembly is carried on a trunnion bearing on the crossbeam and is torque
reaction mounted with frictional torque measured by a force transducer. A heater bath is
provided for controlling sample fluid temperature. A displacement transducer is provided to
measure the relative movement of the two specimen carriers, thus giving a measure of the
aggregate wear of the two fixed specimens and the rotating specimen.
TE 92/9 LVFA Test Assembly
The TE 92/9 allows small-scale LVFA friction material test samples to be mounted in a test bath
of similar construction to the TE 92/6.
TE 92/10 Vane Pump Adapter
The TE 92/10 provides mounting for a three-vane rotating specimen carrier in contact with a
fixed flat disc, with the same geometry as devices produced by other manufacturers. Alternative
tooling allows the same specimens to be run with the disc rotating and the vanes fixed. In this
case, the vanes are independently electrically insulated allowing electrical contact potential
measurements to be made between each vane and the rotating disc.
TE 92/11 Suzuki Test Adapter
The TE 92/11 is a modified version on the TE 92/6/CDS adapter, incorporating tooling for
carrying thrust washer samples and with a shaft mounting collet for carrying cylindrical tube
specimens with precision ground ends. The test bath incorporates a central lubricant feed and a
capacitance probe for on-line wear measurement.
TE 92/12 Three Station Ring on Liner Adapter
Instead of running up and down the liner, the ring samples are run around the internal
circumference of a section of liner in either continuous rotation, allowing high sliding speeds to
be achieved, or oscillating motion.
The adapter incorporates a fixed section of liner, which forms the specimen bath wall, and a
rotating ring sample carrier. Lubricant may be dripped down the wall of the liner section, which
is heated with a band heater.
The ring sample carrier has three locations for mounting ring samples. Each ring sample is
carried in a lever arm with a pivot point at one end and a roller bearing at the other, the latter
engaging with a 45 degree cone, mounted on spline shaft. Applying an axial load to the carrier,
results in equal radial load between ring samples and liner.
The ring samples, which provide a straight line contact equivalent to a ring of infinite diameter,
are carried in two dimensional spherical seats, allowing self-aligning action.
TE 92/13 Rolling Contact Fatigue Adapter (Thrust Bearing)
This adapter uses one half of a standard size 51208 68 mm O/D 40 mm I/D thrust bearing, with
the balls running between the normal bearing race and a flat disc. A cage is provided to retain
the balls.
TE 92/14 Precision Low Load Adapter
The precision low load adapter comprises a fixed cross beam, with pneumatic bellows and an
integral air bearing, allowing precision low load tests to be run at loads down to 1 N. The
maximum load is 1000 N.This adapter is not available on TE 92HP.
TE 92/15 Electro-chemical Cell & Potentiostat
The electro-chemical test cell allows tests to be run with three rotating ball on disc/pin on disc
configurations. It includes a precision low load adapter (1 to 1,000 N) with pneumatic bellows
and air bearing, Faraday cage, temperature controlled fluid circulator and precision shaft slip-
rings. A silver/silver chloride reference electrode and a platinum mesh counter electrode are
included.The disc specimen is used as a working electrode in a typical three electrode system.
The disc is carried on a clamp assembly, designed to avoid crevice corrosion. Electrical contact
is made with the disc by means of a spring loaded, gold plated, pin.
The potentiostat, which is triggered by COMPEND, is a Gamry Instruments Reference 600
Potentiostat/Galvanostat/ZRA and is supplied with licenses for the following software:
DC105 DC Corrosion
CPT110 Critical Pitting Temperature
EN120 Electrochemical Noise Experiment
EFM140 Electrochemical Frequency Modulation
PHE200 Physical Electrochemistry
PV220 Pulse Voltammetry
EIS300 Electrochemical Impedance,ESA410 Electrochemical Signal Analyzer
VFP600 Virtual Front Panel
PWR800 Electrochemical Energy
Gamry Echem Analyst software is used to process the data and provide Tafel fit calculation to
yield polarisation resistance R_p, Tafel Constants β_a and β_c, wear corrosion rate C (C_o and
C_w), together with the Open circuit potential E_cor,
and current i_cor, from the OCP
experiment.
Test sequences are provided for experiments in accordance with ASTM G199 “Standard Guide
for determining Synergism Between Wear and Corrosion”.This adapter is not available on TE
92HP.
TE 92/HT 600°C Enclosure for Dry Pin on Disc Tests
The TE 92/HT 600°C incorporates an electrically heated furnace. To ensure that heat conduction
to the test spindle bearings is minimised, the TE 92 machine must be manufactured with a
longer test spindle and therefore larger frame. This option is thus not available as a retrofit item
on existing standard machines and must be specified at the time of order.The adapter is
suitable for dry tests in three rotating pin on fixed disc mode only. The available track radius is
less than for the TE 92/6 assemblies because of space limitations in the furnace.This adapter
is not available on TE 92HP.
TE 92/O Oscillating Drive Adapter
The TE 92/O Oscillating Drive Adapter allows for conversion of the TE 92 to oscillating motion
instead of continuous rotation. The angle of oscillation can be set between 0 and 90° with limits
on the maximum frequency at large angles. Oscillation motion is useful for wear and friction
testing under pin on disc and thrust washer contact conditions. The reversal of motion can
result in different wear mechanisms, particularly if wear or abrasive particles are involved.The
drive comprises a crank mechanism connecting the motor output shaft to the test spindle. The
clutch and pulley assembly of the TE 92 are removed and hubs with locations for the crank arm
are mounted on the two shafts. The motor hub has a number of screwed locations for the
driving pin to give a range of oscillating angles.A clamping arrangement is provided for the
torque arm on the TE 92/6 Heated Reservoir to ensure that the torque transducer monitors the
bi-directional friction torques during these tests.
As an alternative to mechanical oscillation, the vector drive can be set to produce oscillating
motion at limited frequencies.
This adapter is not available on TE 92HP.
TE 92/LS Lubricant Re-circulating System
The TE 92/LS uses an anodised aluminium bath with inlet, outlet and thermocouple ports. The
bath is mounted on a laboratory heater/stirrer unit. A magnetic paddle is placed inside the bath
to ensure that the liquid is heated evenly. The temperature of the liquid is monitored by the
thermocouple mounted in the lid and the value is read from a free-standing temperature display
unit. The temperature set-point is selected manually on the heater unit.
There are two integrated peristaltic pumps, one to pump liquid from the bath to a test adapter
and one to scavenge the fluid from the test adapter and return it back to the bath.
TE 92/CAL Calibration System
The TE 92/CAL provides facilities to calibrate Load, Torque and Temperature.
Load is calibrated by means of a calibration arm assembly that is secured to the machine base.
The load force transducer is removed from the Load Actuator Assembly and mounted on the
calibration assembly. Calibration masses are provided.
Torque is calibrated by removing the force transducer from its mounting and securing it to
horizontal fixing locations on the machine base. Calibration masses are then applied directly to
the transducer using a weight hanger.
Temperature is calibrated by placing one of the thermocouple sensors in iced water and boiling
water. Means of generating ice is not provided.
TE 92/SCOPE High Resolution Microscope Assembly
The TE 92/SCOPE enables rapid measurement of the wear scar on the test balls from a sliding
four ball test (EP or Wear) without having to removing the balls from the TE 92/3 test
adapter.The sliding four-ball test adapter fits onto the base of the microscope assembly. The
microscope is located on angled holder which is set to the standard contact angle of the balls in
the machine. This means that the microscope is normal to the centre of the wear scar.The
microscope has a rack and pinion focusing system and the wear scar is illuminated by the
internal light source. Each ball may be viewed in turn by rotating the test adapter by hand. Two
interchangeable eye pieces are provided with internal graticules as follows:
Range 2 mm with 0.01 mm divisions
Range 4 mm with 0.02 mm divisions
The wear scar is measured in one direction and then the eyepiece is twisted 90° to read the
second value.
Adapter Selection for Standard Tests
TE 92 with TE 92/1, TE 92/2 and TE 92/3
ASTM D2266 Wear Preventive Characteristics of Lubricating Greases
ASTM D4172 Wear Preventive Characteristics of Lubricating Fluid
ASTM D2596 Extreme Pressure Properties of Lubricating Greases
ASTM D2783 Extreme Pressure Properties of Lubricating Fluid
ASTM D5183 Determination of the Coefficient of Friction of Lubricants
IP 239 Extreme Pressure Properties: Friction and Wear Test for Lubricants
DIN 51350/1-5 Testing Lubricants: Testing in the Shell Four-Ball Tester
ISO/CD 11008 Petroleum Products and Lubricants – Determination of Extreme Pressure
Properties of Lubricating Greases – Four Ball Method
TE 92 with TE 92/2 and TE 92/4
IP 300 Rolling Contact Fatigue Tests for Fluids
TE 92 with TE 92/2 and TE 92/5
DIN 51350/6 Testing of Shear Stability of Lubricating Oils Containing Polymers
CEC L-45-T-93 Viscosity Shear Stability of Transmission Lubricants (Taper Roller Bearing
Rig)
TE 92 with TE 92/6
ASTM G99 Wear Testing with a Pin-on-Disc Apparatus
DIN 50324 Measuring Friction and Wear: Model Experiments on Sliding Friction in Solids
(Ball on Disc System)
ISO/DIS 7148-2 Testing of the Tribological Behaviour of Bearing Materials
ASTM D3702 Standard Test Method for Wear Rate of Materials in Self-Lubricated
Rubbing Contact Using a Thrust Washer Testing Machine
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
TE 92
TE 92HS
TE 92HP
Rotational Speed:
30 to 3,000 rpm
2 to 2,000 rpm and 0.735 to 735 rpm
Spindle Bearing Load:
10,000 N @ 3,000 rpm
Maximum Spindle Speed:
Maximum Clutch Speed:
Maximum Gearbox Speed:
Torque Capacity:
6,000 rpm
1,800 rpm
N/A
14 Nm @ 30 to 1500 rpm
7 Nm @ 3,000 rpm
2.1 Nm @ 10,000 rpm
30 to 3,000 rpm
100 to 10,000 rpm
10,000 N @ 3,000 rpm
4,000 N @ 10,000 rpm
10,000 rpm
1,800 rpm
N/A
14 Nm @ 30 to 1500 rpm
7 Nm @ 3,000 rpm
2.1 Nm @ 10,000 rpm
Motor:
2.2 kW ac @ 1500 rpm
50% overload for 30 seconds
550 W
k-type thermocouple
piezo-electric
Serial Link Interface Module
Heater Block Power:
Temperature Sensor:
Vibration Sensor:
Interface:
Software:
10,000 N @ 2,000 rpm
2.2 kW ac @ 1500 rpm
50% overload for 30 seconds
6,000 rpm
N/A
2,000 rpm
37.5 Nm @ 1,000 rpm
18.7 Nm @ 2,000 rpm
102 Nm @ 367 rpm
51 Nm @ 735 rpm
4 kW ac @ 1500 rpm
50% overload for 30 seconds
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
200 to 10,000 N
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
12.7 mm (0.5")
k-type thermocouple
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
12.7 mm (0.5")
k-type thermocouple
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
SKF 32008 X/Q
k-type thermocouple
35 litres
3 kW
9 litre/minute at zero head
Compatible
Compatible
COMPEND 2000
Controlled Parameters
Rotational Speed
Temperature
Load
Test Duration
Recorded Parameters
TE 92/1 Low Load Actuator Assembly
Load Range:
TE 92/2 High Load Actuator Assembly
Load Range:
TE 92/3 Sliding Four Ball Test Assembly
Ball Size:
Temperature Sensor:
TE 92/4 Rolling Four Ball Test Assembly
Ball Size:
Temperature Sensor:
TE 92/5 Shear Test Adapter DIN 51350-6
Bearing:
Temperature Sensor:
Sump Capacity:
Heater Power:
Pump Flow:
Rotational Speed
Friction Torque
Temperatures
Number of Revolutions
Test Duration
Sliding Speed
Friction Coefficient
Sliding Distance
Compatible
20 to 1,000 N
Compatible
500 ml
550 W
k-type thermocouple
200°C
Compatible
Compatible
Reservoir Capacity:
Heater Power:
Temperature Sensor:
Maximum Temperature:
Three Rotating Pin on Disc
Track Radius:
Pin Size:
Number of Pins:
Disc Size:
Compatible
10 to 35 mm
8 mm diameter x 15 mm long
One, Two or Three
75 mm diameter
Compatible
Compatible
Thrust Washer Test Adapters
Thrust Washer:
Compatible
1.125" od according to ASTM D 3702
2" od according to ASTM D 3702
Compatible
Compatible
TE 92/6/CDS Reservoir with Displacement Sensor
Compatible
500 ml
550 kW
k-type thermocouple
200°C
0.2 microns
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Cone on ball race - pure rolling
40 degree included angle
SKF 7206 cage and lower race
silicon nitride
5.5 GPa
3,000 rpm (TE 92)
10,000 rpm (TE 92HS)
200°C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Pin on vee block
Block on ring
Standard Falex specimens
Max dia 35 mm x max width 10 mm
20,000 N
60 to 1,840 rpm (direct drive)
60 to 3,000 rpm (direct drive)
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Thrust Washer (LVFA small)
1,000 N
200 °C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Three Vane on Disc
1,000 N
Compatible
Compatible
TE 92/6 Shaft Hub & Heated Reservoir
Reservoir Capacity:
Heater Power:
Temperature Sensor:
Maximum Temperature:
Resolution:
TE 92/7 Rolling Contact Fatigue Adapter
Contact Configuration:
Cone:
Rolling Bearing:
Balls:
Maximum Contact Stress:
Maximum Speed:
Maximum Temperature:
TE 92/8 Pin on Vee Block/Block on Ring
Contact Configuration:
Pin on Vee Specimens:
Ring Specimen:
Maximum Load:
Rotational Speed:
Torque Capacity:
Heater Bath Temperature:
TE 92/9 LVFA Adapter
Contact Configuration:
Maximum Load:
Heater Bath Temperature:
TE 92/10 Vane Pump Adapter
Contact Configuration:
Maximum Load:
7.4 Nm @ 60 to 1,840 rpm (direct drive)
4.5 Nm @ 3,000 rpm (direct drive)
200 °C
Heater Bath Temperature:
200 °C
TE 92/11 Suzuki Test Adapter
Compatible
Thrust Washer
10,000 N
200 °C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Line Contact
500 N
200 °C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
Size 51208
6,000 rpm
200°C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
1 to 1,000 N
Compatible
Not available
Compatible
Three balls rotating on fixed disc
Three pins rotating on fixed disc
1 to 1,000 N
Ref 600 Potentiostat/Galvanostat/ZRA
Compatible
Not available
Compatible
+/-10 degrees at 25 Hz
+/-15 degrees at 20 Hz
+/-20 degrees at 18 Hz
+/-25 degrees at 15 Hz
+/-35 degrees at 10 Hz
+/-45 degrees at 8 Hz
Compatible
20 mm
8 mm diameter x 15 mm long
55 mm
60 V ac ceramic fibre heater
1 kW
k-type thermocouple
Compatible
Not available
Compatible
Not available
Compatible
1.2 litres
1 litre/minute (maximum)
550 W
ambient to 100°C
Compatible
Compatible
Compatible
x 40
range 2 mm with 0.01 mm divisions
range 4 mm with 0.02 mm divisions
Compatible
Compatible
Contact Configuration:
Maximum Load:
Heater Bath Temperature:
TE 92/12 Three Station Ring on Liner Adapter
Contact Configuration:
Maximum Ring Sample Load:
Maximum Liner Surface Temperature:
TE 92/13 Rolling Contact Fatigue (Thrust Bearing)
Thrust Bearing:
Maximum Speed:
Maximum Temperature:
TE 92/14 Precision Low Load Adapter
Load Range:
TE 92/15 Electro-chemical Cell & Potentiostat
Contact Configuration:
Contact Configuration:
Load Range:
Potentiostat:
TE 92/O Oscillating Drive Adapter
Oscillating Motion:
TE 92/HT 600°C Specimen Enclosure
Track Radius:
Pin Size:
Disc Size:
Heater:
Heater Power:
Temperature Sensor:
TE 92/LS Lubricant Re-circulating System
Bath Volume:
Peristaltic Pump Flow:
Heating Power:
Temperature Range:
TE 92/SCOPE Digital Microscope Assembly
Magnification:
Graticule:
Services
Electricity:
Clean, dry air:
220/240V, single phase,
50/60 Hz, 7.5 kW
4 cfm at 8 bar (120 psi)
Installation
Floor-standing machine:
Bench-mounting cabinet:
Packing Specifications:
900 mm x 600 mm deep x 2000 mm
250 kg
530 mm x 420 mm x 300 mm
20 kg
2.2 m3, GW 600 kg
NW 450 kg
220/240V, single phase,
50/60 Hz, 7.5 kW
4 cfm at 8 bar (120 psi)
380/415 V, three phase,
50/60 Hz, with neutral & earth 7.5 kW
4 cfm at 8 bar (120 psi)
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