Puncture and impact testing can provide data on how well your product or material can withstand penetration forces. Due to the vast differences in material properties based on rate of energy delivery, there are multiple tests that can be performed to determine these differences.
Our engineers have the capability to provide impact speeds of up to 80 meters per minute using hydraulic actuation. We also have multiple shapes and sizes to provide a wide variety of testing capabilities.
Below are a few of the standards that are applicable to puncture and impact testing:
- ASTM D1709 – Impact Resistance of Plastic Film by the Free-Falling Dart Method
- ASTM D2463 – Drop Impact Resistance of Blow-Molded Thermoplastic Containers
- ASTM D3420 – Pendulum Impact Resistance of Plastic Film
- ASTM F1306 – Slow Rate Penetration Resistance of Flexible Barrier Films and Laminates
- ASTM F2132 – Puncture Resistance of Materials Used in Containers for Discarded Medical Needles and Other Sharps
- ASTM D 5628 – Standard Test Method for Impact Resistance of Flat, Rigid Plastic Specimens by Means of a Falling Dart (Tup or Falling Mass)
Contact us for more information or to talk to an engineer.