How to use the tensile machine

How to use the tensile machine
The steps for using a tensile machine usually include the following:

Equipment preparation. Make sure the tensile machine is in stable working condition, check whether the equipment is running normally and whether all components are intact. At the same time, prepare the samples to be tested and label and number them according to the test requirements. 1
Sample installation. Mount the sample to be tested on the tensile machine. Depending on the shape and size of the sample, select a suitable clamp or fixture to ensure that the sample can be firmly fixed on the tensile machine. During the installation process, pay attention to the position and angle of the clamp to ensure the accuracy of the test results.
parameter settings. Before conducting the tensile test, appropriate parameters need to be set according to the test requirements. These parameters include test speed, test range, sampling frequency, etc. According to different test purposes and sample characteristics, select appropriate parameter settings to ensure the accuracy and reliability of test results.
start testing. After setting the parameters, you can start the tensile test. Start the tensile machine and observe the data changes during the test. During the test process, attention should be paid to observing the deformation of the sample, recording test data, and handling abnormal situations in a timely manner.
data analysis. After the test is completed, the test data needs to be analyzed. Based on the test results, the mechanical properties and quality of the sample are evaluated. Professional data analysis software can be used for data processing and chart drawing to understand the test results more intuitively.
Results report. Based on the test results, write a test report. The report should include the test purpose, test method, test results and conclusions, etc. Reports should be concise and clear so that others can understand and use them.
Equipment maintenance. After using the tensile machine, the equipment must be maintained and maintained. Clean the equipment, check whether all parts of the equipment are normal, and replace damaged parts in time. Calibration and maintenance of equipment are performed regularly to ensure normal operation of the equipment and accuracy of test results.
Please note that these steps may vary based on the specific tensile machine model and manufacturer's guidance.