Our pull out testing service for fixings is performed to find out the strength of fittings that have been fitted into walls.
Mechanical testing reveals the behavior of a material when force is applied. A mechanical test shows whether a material or part is suitable for its intended mechanical applications.
During pull out testing we attach a small piece of equipment to the fixing. This is then pulled to the planned stress load level to determine how strong and secure the fixing is.
This type of test enables early diagnosis of potential strength problems.
Pull out test is handled by the equipment Hydrajaws Model 2000 Medium Duty Fixing Testers.
Hydrajaws Model 2000 Medium Duty Fixing Testers enable engineers to confirm the holding power of anchors in most construction materials, either for the purpose of establishing safe working loads or to validate the correct installation of existing fixings. The tensile load of up to 25kN is applied to the fixing mechanically and hydraulics are used to register the load through an accurate analog gauge, making the tester very reliable.