Stress-strain properties at room and elevated temperature (tensile strength, elongation at break, stiffness) ISO 37

Tensile strength indicates how much force or stress a rubber material can withstand before breaking. Elongation at break is the degree of strain of the material. Stiffness is expressed as e.g. modulus 100% or modulus 300%. This indicates the stress needed to strain the material 100% or 300%.

We can test this both at room temperature and at application-specific elevated temperatures.

 

The test is carried out according to ISO standard 37 unless otherwise desired.

 

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