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Battery Nail Penetrating Tester

Battery Nail Penetrating Tester

Introduction:

Battery Nail Penetrating Tester Using steel nail penetrating the battery, the tester is used to check safety capability of battery, and the battery is qualified without fire, and explosion. The nail penetrating test is processed under temperature of 20℃±5℃. The specimen battery has thermonuclear whose contact spot is located on the largest surface.Place the battery on the fuming cupboard, using stainless nail with diameter of 2-8mm to penetrate the centre position of largest side of battery at speed of 10mm/s-40mm/s and keep for 5s.

Applications:

  • Lithium battery
  • Nickel battery
  • Ni-MH battery
  • Lead-acid battery
  • Mobile Phone Battery

Specification:

Model XB-OTS-660
Steel nail Dia. 2mm—Dia. 8mm high temperature resistant
Space between battery surface and nail point 150mm
Penetrating speed 10—40mm/s
Penetrating force 150~200KG
Force display Pressure sensing and LED display
Test stroke 150mm
Drive mode Cylinder drive
Structure of tester Box-type to be explosion proof, fire proof, anti-corrosion and easy to clean
Dimension of explosion proof tank 450×750×550mm(W×H×D)
Materials of explosion-proof tank Galvanized sheet with baking finish
Dimension of controller box 300×260×170mm

Features:

1 .The wire enclosed with metal fire-proof cover, which is available to prevent the flame during testing process.
2 .Lighting system is designed to observe the internal testing process;
3 .Nail Penetration/Crush Velocity with controllable range of 10~80mm/s;
4 .Nail Penetration/Crush Force controllable within range from 250N to 13KN ,meet different standards;
5 .Wire hole provides a possibility to test internal temperature or air pressure while vent hole with air blower can discharge the exhaust air.
6 .Control system employs independent control cabinet & separated with the test chamber with a distance 1-2 meter, which can reduce the noise and improve safety.

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