CEAST 9340 and CEAST 9350 follow the ASTM D2444 standards for falling weight impact resistance of thermoplastic pipes and fittings.
A CEAST 9050 can find a plastic's resistance to damage from the pendulum tester, a hammer arm, and a three point bend configuration.
To prevent harm from an impact event, a drop-weight impact tests measures the resistance to damage from fiber reinforced polymer matrix composite plates.
To determine the temperature when the fracture mode of steel changes from ductile to brittle, or the NDT temperature, follow the ASTM E208 drop weight test
Tests can be performed to determine the impact resistance of composite materials on outer and inner layers of boats used in the nautical industry.
Impact testers are used by drilling companies to test drill bits made by diamonds and other hard materials to drill quickly and effectively.
Instron's Dynatup Impulse Data Acquisition works with impact machines simplify the determination of the failure and response of the product.
For impact resistance testing of fiber cement products used in the external installation process of buildings, Instron suggests a CEAST 9340 or 9350 system.
The CEAST 9350 is able to test how football helmets reacts to shocks from impacts by simulating force and other impacts that can happen on the field.
In order to impact test the grips on golf clubs, imitate the impact of the club and the golf ball to calculate the energy moved towards the grips and absorbed.
With a CEAST 9350 and High Energy test instrument, steel hand tool manufacturers can test the result of impact, whether or not it is intended for impact.
With a possibility of high damage, protective gear for horseback riding should be tested following international standards to assure riders and bystanders.
Before insulin vials are released to be sold, manufacturers want to test the impact performance to work against accidental damage.
To measure the resistance against fractures of structural adhesives important to safety, use a wedge peel test, as determined by ISO 11343.
ISO 179-1 gives methods for uninstrumented determination of charpy impact properties and the energy needed to break a plastic specimen.
Following ISO 6603-2, engineers test strength, ductility, toughness, and energy absorption with a CEAST 9350 to prevent dynamic failures of plastics.
A CEAST 9350 with a Drop Weight Impact Tester fixture can produce an edgewise impact on LCD glass to measure mechanical properties in realistic conditions.
A CEAST 9350 can simulate surgical conditions that require high performance medical tools that are placed under various impacts throughout the procedure.
Instead of simply adding thickness to roof tiles to improve durability, perform impact tests on tiles to determine possible damage and choose the best material.
The success of saw blades is determined by the type, number, and quality of teeth on the saw, and the CEAST 9350 can test the impact on the teeth.
Among popular shooting sports, shotgun events use shells containing plastic wadding that needs to be impact testing to ensure proper reactions.
The outsole of soccer shoes can be tested with a CEAST 9350 drop tower with an instrumented tup, which can simulate various impacts and types of fields.