TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine

TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (1) TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (1)
TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (4) TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (4)
TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (3) TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (3)
TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (2) TNJ-018 Chair Armrest Durability Test Machine (2)
The chair tester tests the strength and durability of the handrails, seats,or other parts by simulating the loading of the seats during routine use.
 
 

Standard :

BS EN 1728 -2012.

ANSI BIFMA 5.1 & 5.4

Purpose of equipment

Chair Armrest Durability Testing Machine use aluminum frame,elegant appearance.

The tester is suitable used for impact testing of all kinds furniture,such as home furniture,hotel furniture,restaurant furniture etc.Chair Armrest Durability Testing Machine simulates furniture in process of daily use and habits misuse,test the durability of Armrest parts.

Technical specifications

Force: 0-1000N adjustable

0-1000N adjustable

Load Angle of armrest: 

10 degrees

Seat height: 

30~65cm

Loading times:

0~99999 times, adjustable

Strength adjust: 

pressure adjust

Control: 

PLC, text display

Ar supply: 

Seat surface height kgf/cm^2 or above

Power: 

1 AC 220V 50Hz 5A
 

Reference test method :

13.1 Applicability: This test applies to all chairs with arms.
13.2 Purpose of Test: The purpose of the test is to evaluate the ability of a chair and arm to withstand stresses caused by applying vertical forces on the arm(s).

13.4 Test Procedures
13.4.1 Functional Load
a) A force of 750 N (169 lbf.) shall be applied for one (1) minute.
b) Remove the force.

13.4.2 Proof Load
a) A force of 1125 N (253 lbf.) shall be applied for one (1) minute.
b) Remove the force.

13.5 Acceptance Level
13.5.1 Functional Load
There shall be no loss of serviceability. For a height adjustable arm, failure to hold its height
adjustment position to within 6 mm (0.25 in.) from its original set position as the result of the
loading is considered a loss of serviceability.

Standards

BS EN 1728 -2012.

ANSI BIFMA 5.1 & 5.4

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