Mark-10 Force Testers and Tension Measurement Products for Spring Testing
Spring testing is done to ensure the compression and tension on vital components is set at the proper level to ensure the component—whether in an automobile or a medical device—is functioning properly. Spring force testing may be done during the manufacturing process, at an incoming inspection, or even as part of an overall quality check during the product’s final assembly.
- Extension spring testing system
- Compression spring testing system
- Torsion spring testing system
Spring Force Testers
Mark-10 Spring Testers contain several components, which may be purchased separately from the system. You can put a spring tester together using a wide range of force gauges, test stands, grips, and accessories. The items below list the details.
Shown at left: ESM303 test stand with Series 5 force gauge, and 3" dia. compression plate
1. Test stand - produces the force necessary for the test. All Mark-10 force test stands produce both tensile and compressive force.
2. Force gauge - measures the force exerted on the spring. All Mark-10 force gauges measure both tensile and compressive force
3. Grips and fixtures - compression plates, hooks, and other grips are available. All Mark-10 gauges and test stands have fixing threads to allow for alternative fixture mounting.
The force and torque measurement experts at DQ Plus understand the importance of supplying the proper Mark-10 spring testing device to ensure an accurate spring rate.
Ski flex force test
Compression spring testing
Extension spring testing