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ETS INTARLAKEN TECHNOLOGIES, (an ISO 9001-2000 certified company) manufactures Universal Testing Machines, Tensile Testing Machines and Compression Testing Machines for all industries. We specialize in designing and manufacturing Universal Testing Machines, Tensile Testing Machines and Compression Testing Machines as per client’s specifications.

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Strohleins Carbon & Sulphur Apparatus Valley Clay Abrasion Tester Bursting Strength Tester Moisture Meter for wood, plywood
Cloud & Pour Point Apparatus Kinematic Viscometer Bath & U-tubes Abel Flash Point Tester Martindale Abrasion Tester
Flammability Tester Plastic Melt Flow Indexer Flexometer Lastometer-Bench & Handy type
Sole Adhesion Tester Flexing Machine Adhesion Tester Ageing Oven

Strohleins Carbon & Sulphur Apparatus

The equipment is provided with silicon carbide heating rods for maximum o . continuous operating temperature of 1400 C This is used for estimation of Carbon & Sulphur in Iron, Steel, Spring Steels and Ferro Alloys. The equipment is supplied in four units as detailed below.

(i) Combustion Furnace Unit

Valley Clay Abrasion Tester

ETS Abrasion Testers (Taber) are durable instruments designed to evaluate the resistance of sub-faces to rubbing abrasion.The range of application includes tests of paper, board, painted, lacquered,electroplated surfaces and plastic coated materials. ( Also textile fabrics ranging from sheer silks to heavy upholstery, leather, rubber and linoleum after incorporating some changes in the specifications)

The material to be tested is placed on the revolving turntable. Suitable abrading wheels are placed on the specimen under certain set dead weight loads. The turntable is started and an automatic counter records the number of revolutions. Tests can be used for comparing wear after a number of revolutions or for noting the number of revolutions to obtain a certain amount of wear. Available Single/ Dual table.

Loads: 250, 500, 1000g
Accessory: 1 unit of vacuum cleaner, 1 pair of grinding wheel.
Rotating speed: 60rpm.
Dimension: 55 x 35 x 34cm.(approx).
Weight: 30kg.

Bursting Strength Tester (Mullen/ Jumbo)

Bursting Strength of any material such as fabric, leather, paper etc. Is its strength under multidirectional force and is defined as the hydrostatic pressure required to produce rapture of the material when pressure is applied at a controlled increasing rate through a rubber diaphragm.

The Bursting Strength Tester is designed to find bursting strength of fabric/leather/paper/paperboard. A test specimen is held between two annular clamps under sufficient pressure to minimise slippage. The upper clamping surface which is in contact with the test specimen has a continuous spiral groove and the lower clamping surface has a number of concentric grooves. A circular diaphragm of pure gum rubber is clamped between the lower clamping plate & pressure cylinder so that before the diaphragm is stretched by pressure underneath it the centre of its upper surface is below the plane of the clamping surface.

The equipment is fitted with a motor driven cam mechanism which increases fluid displacement on the lower side of the diaphragm at a specified rate. The equipment is fitted with an arrangement which automatically brings down the pressure and stops the motor on completion of the test cycle. A maximum reading type pressure gauge gives the bursting pressure.

The equipment is ruggedly designed to give a long & trouble free life. The components are either chrome plated or painted in hammertone finish to give the tester an aesthetic appearance.

For conducting tests on material where one pressure gauge does not cover the full range of loads encountered with the desired accuracy in measurement, a special model fitted with two pressure gauges with an isolating valve can be offered.

Opening in upper clamp 30.5 mm dia
Opening in lower clamp 38.1 mm dia
Rate of fluid displacement 95 cc/min
30.5 mm dia
Opening in lower clamp 38.1 mm dia
Rate of fluid displacement 95 cc/min
Pressure (Capacity) 7 Kgf/sq.cm
14 Kgf/sq.cm
21 Kgf/sq.cm
28 Kgf/sq.cm
35 Kgf/sq.cm & 100 Kgf/sq.cm
Test Fluid Glycerin

Moisture Meter for wood, plywood

Montel manufactures and supplies moisture meters, damp meters, moisture detectors, and dampness measurement equipment to the timber, lumber, woodworking, building, boating and marine markets, for the detection and measurement of water and moisture in wood, plaster, concrete, GRP ( Glass-reinforced plastic), fibreglass etc.

Montel is the up and coming manufacturer of equipment to detect and measure the moisture content of wood products. Moisture problems cause warping, cracking and other wood finishing problems. Our meters are rugged, highly accurate and highly regarded in the industry, not surprising, considering they are designed and manufactured in India.

They can efficiently detect and measure water and moisture in wood, plaster and concrete, solving dampness and wetness problems. Boating and marine markets can detect and measure moisture in GRP and fibreglass hulls before osmosis and blistering leads to expensive remedial work.

Cloud & Pour Point Apparatus

The Montel tester has been designed for determination of Pour Point (PP) and Cloud Point (CP) with small specimen size /shorter test time while securing better test precision. PP measurement is made by utilizing a new method which yields no bias against the conventional test method's repeatability of 1°C, and reproducibility of 2°C This epoc-making accuracy has made possible PP determination at 1°C intervals. The CP/PP mode executes a CP determination and then a PP determination consecutively, which further improves the test throughput.

This tester is a three test Version. ASTM has approved the PP test method: ASTM D6749 on "Standard Test Method for Pour Point of Petroleum Products". The accuracy information is for typical samples. o Pour Point at 1 C Intervals for Higher Yield in Process: Conventional PP test methods yield rough PP numbers of multiples of 3°C. Higher resolution in PP determination has been long awaited for more accurate process control. With the patented Air Pressure method, PP can be now determined at 1°C intervals with high accuracy, since the disturbance of the formation of wax crystal structure throughout the test process is at a minimal level. When PP is measured at 1°C intervals, typical repeatability and reproducibility are 1°C and 2°C, respectively.

Easy Sample Handling:
Since the required specimen volume is a mere 4.5 ml and the specimen cup is a test-tube type removable jar, the sample handling is extremely easy. Easy, Quick, and Precise PP/CP Determination: Just set up the specimen, set test parameters, and then press the START key to start a test. The specimen is cooled at the steepest possible rate without affecting the formation/growth of wax crystal, which has been known to be critical in PP/CP determination. For fuel oils, the specimen may be even pre-heated automatically and then cooled for CP/PP determination, which further improves test throughput.

Kinematic Viscometer Bath & U-tubes of different sizes

For the determination of kinematic viscosity by capillary viscometer as specified in ASTM D-445, IP-71, BS-188, DIN 51550 and DIN 51562

» Maximum temperature 120 deg.C
» Accommodates up to eight viscometers on turntable
» Workspace illuminated brilliantly but without glare
» Built in boost for initial heating

Range Ambient to 120 deg.C, Cooling coil with cold water for near ambient operation
Power 1 KW
Capacity 17 litres
Bath liquid Water up to 60 deg.C Ethane dial (ethylene glycol) or white mineral oil above 60 deg.

Abel Flash Point Tester

1A) ‘ETS’ Abel Flash Point Apparatus: as per IP: 33 & IS: 1448 (with Oil or gas test flame).
Gas heated model (without Burner). @Rs.12,750/-each.
Electrically heated model (without control) @Rs.13,950/-each.
Electrically heated model with energy regulator @Rs.15,250/-each.
Electrically heated model with control voltage varriac @Rs.25,500/-each

1B) ‘ETS’ Cleveland Open Cup Flash Point Apparatus: as per IP 36 ASTM-D 92 & IS: 1448
Gas heated model (without burner) @Rs.10,200/-each.
Electrically heated model (without control) @Rs.12,000/-each.
Electrically heated model with energy regulator @Rs.13,200/-each.
Electrically heated model with voltage varriac @Rs.21,000/-each.

1C) ‘ETS’ Pensky Martens Flash Point Closed Tester: as per IP 34 ASTM D-93 & IS: 1448 without reducing Socket & with oil or gas test flame
Gas heated model (without burner) @Rs.12,000/-each.
Electrically heated model (without control) @Rs.13,800/-each.
Electrically heated model with energy regulator @Rs.15,000/-each.
Electrically heated model with voltage varriac @Rs.26,400/-each.

  • Delivery Period: - Within 4 to 6 weeks from date of receipt of techno-commercially
  • Delivery Period: - Within 4 to 6 weeks from date of receipt of techno-commercially confirmed order subject to extension.
  • Payment: - 40% advance (by draft) with order and balance 60% against pro-forma invoice before delivery.
  • Validity: - For 30(Thirty) days from date of this quotation.
  • Cancellation of Purchase Order/s: Cancellation of Purchase Order/s placed against this quotation will not be accepted without our consent in writing.
  • In addition to the above all other terms and conditions as appended to this quotation shall also apply. A copy may be furnished if called for.

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Martindale Abrasion Tester

One of the standard equipments used for this determination is the Martindale Abrasion Tester. This apparatus gives a controlled amount of abrasion between fabric surfaces at comparatively low pressures in continuously changing direction. Circular specimens of fabric are abraded under known pressures under a motion which is the resultant of two simple harmonic motions which are at right angle to each other. The resistance to abrasion is estimated by visual appearance of by finding the loss in mass of the specimens.

The Martindale Abrasion Tester consists of a plate which is given a motion combining two harmonic motions at right angle through three rotating eccentric pegs, four number specimen holders for mounting the fabric under test one and four number abradant holders against which the test specimens are abraded.

The plate is supported on three self lubricating nylon discs and has three slots for locating the eccentric pegs in. The pegs are rotated with the help of an electric motor, worm reduction gear box and sprockets and chain arrangements such that the central peg is rotating at a slower speed than the two outer pegs which rotate at the same speed. The movement of the pegs causes the plate to move in two mutually perpendicular directions in simple harmonic motions, thus providing the necessary abrading action.

The test specimens are mounted on flat metallic discs and are backed with a thin layer of polyurethane foam. The shafts of the specimen holders are guided vertically in bushes on the moving plate. Thus the movement of the plate causes the specimen holders to move with the plate, thereby abrading it against the abradant fixed below the specimen holders. The force on the test specimens can be altered by adding or removing dead weights from the specimen holders. The abradant fabrics are mounted on four abradant holders fixed on the base of the equipment.

A preset counter which counts the number of rotation of outer pegs and stops the motor automatically after a preset numbers of rotations is provided with the equipment. Template for marking the test specimens and abradants, disc weights to keep them flat during fixing and mounting jig for test specimens are also provided as standard accessories.

The various components are mounted on a sturdy fabricated steel base and are finished in dark grey hammer tone painting and bright chrome/zinc plating to give them a corrosion resistant finish.
Max.number of test specimens which can be tested at a time Four
Speed of outer pegs 47.5 +/- 2.5 r.p.m.
Ratio of speeds of outer pegs to centre peg 32/30
Linear movement of pegs 60.5 mm
Working area of specimen holder 6.45 cm2
Pressure on test specimens 3, 6, 9 & 12 KN/m2

Flammability Tester

The ETS Flexural Strength Testing Machine has a rigidly constructed frame for testing cement concrete beams, tiles and similar specimens manufactured in accordance with almost all Indian and International standards. It has a capacity to specimens up-to 800mm x 400mm x 100mm thick.

The Loading Frame is constructed of fabricated steel to withstand the loading capacity of the machine.

The two Bearing Rollers are placed apart and are provided with 25mm wide and 3 or 6 mm thick plywood facings. The Loading Roller is made as per the relevant specifications and is placed in such a manner that the load is applied at the mid-point of the specimen under test.

The Electrically Operated Control Panel consists of Hydraulic Pump, Electric Motor, Control Valves, Electrical, etc.

The Electrically Operated Control Panel consists of Hydraulic Pump, Electric Motor, Control Valves, Electrical, etc.

Capacities available : 50KN(5 Tonnes) to 2000KN(200Tonnes)
Models available : 1. Manually and/or Electrically operated.
2. Dial type and Digital type.

Plastic Melt Flow Indexer

The instrument is basically an extrusion plastometer in which the test material is heated to a controlled test temperature within a nitride-hardened steel barrel and is then extruded by a loaded piston through the capillary of a tungsten carbide die. It conforms to ASTM D-1238 BS- 2782 Method 105C and ISOR- 1133.

A platinum resistance bulb thermometer and a fully transistorized switching circuit achieve any controlled temperature within the range of 100? C to 300? C. The accuracy is better than is required by the various national and international test methods. This method of temperature controll is much more convenient than the use of separate mercury- in-glass contact thermometers for each different test temperature as used in the Melt Flow Indexer Model No.2. Also, due to the inevitable breakages associated with glass thermometers, the Model No.3 is more economical in the long term, despite its higher initial cost. A mercury-in-glass thermometer, calibrated over a range of +/- 2 C of the test temperature, indicates the controlled temperature. Three of these calibrated thermometers, calibrated either for the same or different temperatures, are supplied with the Model No.3. Unless otherwise requested, these three thermometers will be suitable for o testing at 190? C.


The ability of light leathers and leather-cloth used in manufacture of shoe uppers, gloves, and garments to withstand repeated flexing without cracking is determined with the help of a flexing endurance test.

In this test, test specimens in shape of rectangular pieces are folded and clamped at each end to maintain them in a folded position in a set of grips, one of which is fixed while the other is able to oscillate. The movement of the oscillating grip causes the fold in the test specimen to run along its centre. This operation is carried out repeatedly and the test specimens inspected periodically to assess the damage produced. The equipment used for this test is called as Flexometer.

The PROLIFIC Flexometer is built on a rigid metallic base plate. Test specimens are held between a pair of stationary and oscillating grips. The grips are specially designed to enable quick fixing and removal of test specimens and are shaped to meet the specification of the test.

Motion to the oscillating grips is given through a link mechanism, which oscillates the shaft on which the grips are mounted. All the pivot points of the mechanism have ball bearings to ensure smooth operation and a long working life.
The link mechanism is give motion from an electric motor and two sets of V-pulleys. A six-digit electronic counter with key-reset and backup memory is provided to record the total number of flexing cycles undergone by the test specimens.

The apparatus is finished in bright chrome/zinc plating and grey hammer tone stove painting to give it a corrosion resistant finish.

The standard model of flexometer can test upto six specimens at one time. Special models capable of testing either twelve or twenty-four test specimens at one time can also be offered against specific requirements.

Specimen cutting die and cutting press are also available as optional accessories.

Angle of oscillation of grips 22.5° ± 0.5°
Flexing frequency 100 ± 5 cycles/minute
Dimensions of test specimens 70 x 45 mm
Maximum number of test specimen that can be tested at one time Six, twelve, or twenty-four Motor ¼ HP single-phase 230 volts AC

Lastometer-Bench & Handy type

The determination of distension and strength of grains of any leather sample are conveniently be carried out with the help of the ball burst test. In this test, a hemispherical hardened metallic tip is pressed against one face of the leather disc held in a suitable non-slipping grip and the force needed to make the tip pierce through the test specimen determined to evaluated the grain strength. The distention of leather at which the tip pierces through is also determined.

Diameter of hemispherical indenting tip 6.25 mm
Opening of holding 25 mm diameter
Size of test specimen 44 mm diameter
Range of distention measurement 0-20 mm x 0.01 mm
Range of load measurement 0-100 kg x 2 gm.

Sole Adhesion Tester

The strength of adhesion of a sole to its upper is determined by measuring the force needed to pull off the sole from the upper. A suitable last is placed inside the shoe, which is then placed on a straight edge acting as a fulcrum for applying load on the joint of the sole and upper. The maximum load the sole can withstand before coming off is determined and reported as the sole adhesion strength. This test can be carried out either at the heel or at the toe of the shoe.

The PROLIFIC Sole Adhesion Tester consists of a cantilever type load cell with a digital readout to measure and indicate the force applied at the junction of the sole or heel and the upper and a set of interchangeable toe pieces having different curvatures.

The load cell measures the force applied on the joint, which is indicated directly in kilograms on a digital readout with a peak force memory to indicate the maximum force applied before the failure of adhesion.

Five toe pieces of different curvatures are provided to enable toes and heels of different shapes and sizes to be tested. The length of arc of each toe piece, however, is the same to ensure that the force is applied only on a fixed length of joint. These are made from carbon steel for giving a long operational life. Any one of the toe pieces can be held in the equipment at one time.

The fulcrum on which the shoe is placed during the test has adjustable height to enable soles of different thickness to be tested. The height of the fulcrum is adjusted with the help of six spacer strips provided with the equipment.

The equipment is finished in grey hammertone stoving painting and bright chrome / zinc plating to give it a corrosion resistant finish.

Diameter of hemispherical indenting tip 0 - 100 kg x 100 g
Curvatures of toe pieces 25, 30, 35, 40, and 45 mm
Length of contact arc 22 mm

Flexing Machine (De-Mattia, Scoot,Ross, Goodrick, Texus)

One of the accepted procedures for determination of flexing resistance makes use of a De Mattia flexing tester. This tester provides useful information about the resistance of compounds of vulcanized rubber to flex cracking when subjected to flexing. Cracks develop in that part of the surface where stresses are set up during flexing, or if that part of the surface initially contains a crack, cause this crack to extend in a direction perpendicular to the stress.

The De Mattia Flex Tester consists of a set of grips to hold test specimens in two tiers with their holding faces lying in the same vertical plane. The flexing and un-flexing action is provided by holding one end of the test specimens in a fixed grip and the other end in a reciprocating grip.

The set of grips has two fixed grips and one large reciprocating grip positioned between them in order to flex half of the test specimens while the other half are being un-flexed. The reciprocating grip is fitted with gunmetal bushes, which slide on hardened and ground rods made of high carbon steel. The reciprocating motion is provided by an eccentric and linkage mechanism driven by an electric motor through a V-belt and pulleys.
A six digit electronic counter with reset and memory backup is provided for indicating the number of test cycles undergone.
The equipment is built on a rigid metallic base plate and finished in grey hammer tone stove painting and bright chrome / zinc plating to give it a corrosion resistant finish.

The standard model of the tester is designed to test up to six test specimens at one time. A special model capable of testing up to twelve test specimens at a time can also be offered against specific enquiries.

Moulding dies for preparing test specimen and jig and punch assembly for making initial crack in test specimens for crack growth test are available as optional accessories.

A special model of the tester, which can test up to twelve rubber specimens at elevated temperature, is also available. In this model the grips of the tester are placed inside a double walled oven having a front door fitted with toughened glass. The inner walls of the oven are made of aluminium sheet while the outer ones are of mild steel sheet. The space between the walls is filled with mineral wool for insulation. An electric heating element is provided for heating the air in the oven. An air-circulating fan for uniform temperature distribution in the oven is also provided. The temperature of the oven is controlled and indicated by a digital temperature controller cum indicator.

(iii) Carbon Assembly (iv) Sulphur Assembly
Number of test specimens tested: Six or twelve
Maximum opening between grips : 75 mm (adjustable)
Travel of reciprocating grip: 57.15 ± 0.1 mm (adjustable)
Flexing frequency: 300 ± 10 cpm (adjustable)

Adhesion Tester

In DIN method of determining abrasion resistance of vulcanized natural or synthetic rubber, a cylindrical rubber test specimen is abraded against an abrasive surface mounted on rotating cylindrical drum in such a manner that abrasion takes place on one of the flat ends of the test specimen which is held against the abrasive surface under a specified load while being traversed across it. The ratio of the volume loss of a standard rubber to the volume loss of the test rubber measured under the same conditions, expressed as a percentage, gives the abrasion resistance index of the rubber under test. The DIN AbrasionTester is designed to determine abrasion resistance index of natural and synthetic rubber in accordance with the above principle. It consists of test specimen holder with arrangement to adjust the length of test specimen protruding out. The holder is mounted on a swivable arm pivoted in a bracket which moves laterally by a screw mechanism along the length of a worm reduction gear box with V-belt and pulleys to give the specified speed of rotation to the drum and the specified lateral movement to the test specimen holder. The swivable arm and test specimen holder are so designed that the test specimen is pressed against the drum under the specified load with its center axis at an inclination of 3 deg to the perpendicular in the direction of rotation and placed above the longitudinal axis of drum. ETS ETS

Spare abrasive cloths, moulding die and rotary type cutting die hollow drill for preparing test specimen are available as optional accessories.
Dimensions of the specimen 16 mm diameter with minimum height of 6 mm
Dimensions of rotating drum 130 mm diameter x 470 mm long
Speed of rotation of drum 40 RPM+/- 1 RPM
Lateral movement of test specimen holder 4.2 mm per revolution of drum
Total length of abrasion run 40 meters (about 84 revolution)
Abrasive cloth 450 mm wide x 473 mm long coated with aluminium oxide abrasive grain of 60 grit
Motor ? HP , 230 volts.1-ph or 440volts.3-ph, AC.
Models available : Single & Triple arm (illustrated above)

Ageing Oven

This equipment is suitable for research and development program in military footwear quality and comfort. The ageing oven shall be suitable for precision ageing of rubbers and plastics under controlled condition.

The Ageing Oven shall be in cabinet type, to be used for precision ageing of rubber and plastics under controlled

The equipment shall be designed to determine the properties of the polymer based material exposed to heat especially in the shoe research laboratory.

The oven shall have good control of temperature, air speed and air exchange rate which is very important for goodrepeatability and reproducibility when doing heat ageing tests of polymer materials. The oven shall have separate system form temperature control and indication with alarm. There shall be at least 3 shelf positions with 2 shelves included. The oven shall include at least 15 sample rod positions and with 10 sample rods. The oven shall have a run-time meter. There shall be a temperature controlled cooling fan for the electronics cabinet. There shall be a temperature indicator with sensor in the inner chamber. The oven shall have adjustable over and under temperature limits with alarm. The oven shall have low air speed and shall be dependent on the exchange rate only, which is specified in the ISO 188 method A. There shall be an indication of power failure.
Parameter Requirement
Temperature range of the oven 40 o C to 200 o C
Temperature controller 0.1 oC set point
Temperature variations within ? 0.25 oC
Volume least 60 liter
Inner dimension least 450 x 450 x 300mm (WxHxD)