Footwear Testing Equipment Heel Fatigue Tester

by Ivy Xie Sales Manager

Heel Fatigue Tester

Product information
This test is used to determine the resistance of medium and high heels of ladies’ shoes under repeated small impacts to the heel tip.
Impact Energy 0.68J / blow
Impact Frequency 60 blows /min
Adjustable Range of Base Clamp 90mm (H), 80mm (W), angle 0~180°
Counter LCD, 0~999,999
Dimension (W×D×H) 
Main unlt: 46×46×75cm
Control box: 18×21×20cm
Weight 70kg
Power 1∮,AC 220V,3A
Testing Standards 
BS-5131 SATRA TM21 EN 19956

Heel Impact Test machine

Product information
This test is used to determine the endurance of heel of ladies’ shoe to receive the occasional heavy blows during wear.
Capacity 0~18.3J (13.5ft-lb), minimum reading 0.68J (0.5ft-lb)
Horizontally Holding Moment of Pendulum 17.3N~m(12.7ft-lb )
Adjustable Range of Base Clamp (H) ~25mm, angle 0~45°
Dimension 65 ×41×115cm
Weight 100kg

Testing Standards
BS-5131   SATRA TM20   ISO 19953   QB/T 2863

Skyline Instruments provides full line of Toys Testing EquipmentTensile Test MachineFurniture Testing Machines,Textile Testing Equipment and other lab test equipment .We also offers value added support services like lab layout, calibration testing procedures / standards, recording techniques and operations of equipment, etc. We have agents to support you in over 10 countries around the world. With a network of representatives providing sales and technical support world-wide
Skyline Instruments has achieved good repute in the fields of footwear testing equipment, toy testing equipment, furniture testing and other lab test equipment.
Please have a look at our website and don’ t hesitate to contact us if any items catch your interest. We will do our best to meet your requirement.
Thank you for visiting. We look forward to your inquiry to carry forward win-win cooperation with you soon. 

Sponsor Ads

About Ivy Xie Advanced     Sales Manager

165 connections, 3 recommendations, 478 honor points.
Joined APSense since, March 11th, 2013, From Donguan, China.

Created on Dec 31st 1969 18:00. Viewed 0 times.


No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.