For pulp and paper products, the Mullen Burst Tester is relied upon to measure the material’s physical strength and fiber bond. And for textiles, our burst testing equipment measures the fabric’s strength along with the immediate or eventual effects of dyes, chemicals, and processes. It also demonstrates the results of wear, age, and environment, and evaluates the comparative strength of alternative fibers
The Mullen A Burst Tester provides pressure readings up to 1500 PSI and is designed for testing corrugated, linerboard, and heavyweight textiles. Its powerful motorized drive ensures constant force to the select sample and its hand screw clamp allows virtually infinite clamping pressure for hard-to-hold materials.
Technibrite TB-1 Economical and Easy to Use ISO Brightness Tester
Providing outstanding performance even in the most hostile pulp, paper, and clay mill environments, the Technibrite TB-1 is the industry leader for measuring and controlling ISO brightness. With strict adherence to industry standards, this no-nonsense testing device is economical and user-friendly.
Automatic push-button calibration.
Precise filter selection.
Internal voltage stabilization.
Meets the following industry standards:
TAPPI Test Methods T525, T534
ISO Standards 2469, 2470, 2471, 3688,12625
International Equipment Company – IEC – model K Centrifuge, 3/4 hp
The IEC model K floor model centrifuge is a heavy duty, large capacity machine designed for high speed with constant or intermittent use. The IEC model K is a G-testing machine designed for use by the electronic Industry. Designed for production sampling and research.
An automatic timer
Dynamic electric braking
Swivel casters to permit easy mobility
Precise run times from 2 to 120 minutes in 2-minute increments
A manual mode for unlimited runs, via use of the timer
Gentle deceleration which cuts coasting time in half and help prevent resuspension
Steel cabinet has removable access plates and four locking swivel casters
Operating speeds range from 1,200 to 5,500 rpm
380xG to 4,420xG respectively, depending on the heads and shields used.