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Laboratory resilience test
Do you want to perform resilience testing?
Resilience is the ability of a material to absorb the energy of an impact by deforming. The resilience test or impact bending test consists of breaking a sample with a single blow by a pendulum sheep.
The purpose of the impact test is to determine the impact resistance of certain parts or materials.
ISO 179 specifies a method for determining the Charpy impact strength (resilience test) for plastics and ISO 148-1 for metallic materials.
The FILAB laboratory can assist you in carrying out resilience tests
With the support of a partner laboratory, the FILAB laboratory can help you perform impact tests on your materials.
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