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When the flexometer test was finished, the final compression set and internal temperature change in every sample were measured.
Flexometers or heat build-up fatigue apparatus have been developed to quantitatively measure this empirical parameter (refs.
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Uncured specimens for the drum abrader, flexometer and Zwick rebound tests were prepared by cutting disks from flat sheets and plying up sufficient layers to fill the cavities in multi-cavity molds for curing.
1000NT) Rheological properties Rheometer (Alpha Technologies MDR 2000) Processing behaviors Mooney viscometer (MV2000) Stress-strain properties Zwick tensile testing machine (Model Z010) Hardness Durometer A hardness testing machine Abrasion resistance DIN abrader (Zwick) Heat build-up Goodrich Flexometer (Model II--BF Goodrich) Cut growth testing DeMattia flex tester-- F36 (H.
Instrumentation: Dynamic mechanical thermal materials testing systems (DMA/DMTS/DMTA) and flexometer Gabometer (according to Goodrich flexometer)
The equipment used for physico-chemical and compound property characterization of carbon black and rubber vulcanizates included: OAN or DBPA (Brabender DBP machine model E, with DADS software from Hitech), nitrogen surface area (Quantachrome), tint (Erichsen tint tester), Mooney viscometer (MV 2000--Alpha Technologies), moving die rheometer (MDR 2000--Alpha Technologies), hardness (IRHD, Wallace), tensile tester (Zwick Z010), dispersion (Dispergrader 1000 GT, Optigrade AB), abrasion (Zwick Abrader 6102), rebound resilience (Zwick 5109), tan [delta] and neat build-up at different temperatures (Goodrich Flexometer, Model II) and crack growth and cut initiation at different temperatures (DeMattia Flex, Gibitre Italy).