Materials testing machines with torsion drive

Torsion drives from 2 Nm to 2,000 Nm are available for torsion tests on materials or components. ZwickRoell supplies a variety of testing machines to cater for different requirements, including varied installation options.

Test

These torsion drives were developed as a modular system, making them suitable for retrofitting also. A Master test program for multiple test axes plus a graphical sequence editor for four test axes are available in the testXpert III testing software. For pure torsion tests there are the TorsionLine testing machines with horizontal testing axis and optional weight loading unit. Users of all these machines have the benefit of testControl measurement and control electronics.

The modular design allows retrofitting of torsion drives whenever required.

Key Advantages and Features

  • Modular design allows retrofitting of torsion drives as and when required
  • Operation with standard PC or laptop (no additional interface card required) and testXpert III testing software
  • High-resolution rotation angle and travel measurement
  • Easy handling and user-friendly operation for maximum flexibility
  • Synchronization of both test axes
  • Optional CE-compliant safety device for use with hazardous specimens and / or higher rotational speeds

Technical Overview

Torsion drive for zwickiLine

Torsion drives for mounting on the moving crosshead

Test torque, maximum
[Nm]

Fmax
[kN]

Rotational speeds
[r.p.m]

Pitch circle of connection flange[1] Ø
[mm]

Power consumption
[kVA]

Electrical connection values

Item No.

2

2.5

0.01 to 80[2] (0.01 to 20)[3]

75/40

0,500

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1020233

20

5

0.01 to 80[2] (0.01 to 20)[3]

75/40

0,800

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1023835

  1. the torsion drive is supplied with an adapter with mounting stud
  1. with safety device and increased torsion drive speed (063785)
  1. without safety device

Torsion drive for table-top testing machines

Torsion drives with flange connection

Test torque, maximum
[Nm]

Fmax
[kN]

Rotational speeds
[r.p.m]

Pitch circle of connection flange[1] Ø
[mm]

Power consumption
[kVA]

Electrical connection values

Item No.

2

2.5

0.01 to 80[2] (0.01 to 20)[3]

75/40

0,500

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1020233

20

5

0.01 to 80[2] (0.01 to 20)[3]

75/40

0,800

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1023835

200

250

0.001 to 10

115/220

2.2

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1024998

  1. the torsion drive is supplied with an adapter with mounting stud
  1. with safety device and increased torsion drive speed (063785)
  1. without safety device

Torsion drives with mounting stud

Item Nos. 636852 and 648210 are mounted on the remaining moving crosshead. Item Nos. 631292, 636968 and 631282 are mounted on the upper crosshead (with central hole, Ø 190 mm).

Test torque, max.
[Nm]

Fmax
[kN]

Rotational speeds

Mounting stud
[mm]

Power consumption
[kVA]

Electrical supply data
[V]

Item No.

100

5

Ø 20

2.2

230V AC 50/60Hz 1Ph/PE/N

636852

200

5

0.002 to 20

Ø 20

2.2

230V AC 50/60Hz 1Ph/PE/N

648210

100

20

0.002 to 10

Ø 36

2.2

230V AC 50/60Hz 1Ph/PE/N

631292

100

250

0.002 to 10

Ø 60

2.2

230V AC 50/60Hz 1Ph/PE/N

636968

200

250

0.01 to 5

Ø 60

2.2

230V AC 50/60Hz 1Ph/PE/N

631282

Torsion drive for floor-standing testing machines

Torsion drives

Test torque, maximum
[Nm]

Fmax
[kN]

Rotation speed
[r.p.m]

Pitch circle of connection flange[1] Ø
[mm]

Power consumption
[kVA]

Electrical connection values
[V]

Item No.

200

250

0.001 to 10

115/220

2.2

230 V AC 50/60 Hz 1Ph/PE/N

1024998

2000

250

0.002 to 10

115/220

5

400 V AC 50/60 Hz 3Ph/PE/N

1025005

  1. the torsion drive is supplied with an adapter with mounting stud

Grippers checked with ZwickRoell testing machine

Around the world Schunk is regarded as the leading exponent in clamping technology and gripping systems. This innovative family concern has a standard range covering over 11,000 components. These include tool-holder systems, lathe chucks, stationary clamping systems and jaws, together with gripping, rotary and linear modules, robot accessories and components for modular high-performance assembly. For product evaluations on new grippers Schunk uses a ZwickRoell testing system.
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