Tear strength (all methods) ISO 34-1

There are various methods to measure tear strength, including crescent, angle, trouser and Delft. All these methods yield specific results, and cannot be compared. We can perform these tests both at room temperature and at application-specific elevated temperatures. Tear strength indicates the force a rubber material can still withstand when it already shows damage.

 

The test is carried out according to ISO standard 34-1 unless otherwise desired.

 

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