Vice grips are commonly used in tensile, peel, pull-to-break and other pull testing applications.
| Features and Specifications
- Maximum Force: 200 lbF (1 kN)
- Grip Opening: 30 mm
- Jaw Face Width: 30 mm, 50 mm, or 100 mm
- Scope of delivery is one grip
- Connection Type: 5/8" [15.9 mm] Eye End
|Part Number||Jaw Types||Dimensions (mm)||Weight Per Pair|
|JLW-1kN-Jaw-V-30x30||V-Jaw pitch of 1mm||30x30||.13 kg|
- Rubber coated jaws are used for relatively fragile samples weakened by pinching at the edge of the grip face - monofilaments, film, single fibers, threads, fabrics, and plastic tapes. Rubber jaws are universally applicable for soft notch-sensitive samples like paper, foils, cellulose, etc.
- Pyramid jaws are used for clamping plastics and soft materials. also called ‘pyramid’, Pyramid jaws are universally used for notch-insensitive samples like, e.g., metal, wood, plastics, gypsum, etc.
- Wave jaws are for testing ‘slippery’ test samples including tissues, textiles, and fabrics. Wave jaws can be applied for notch-sensitive samples, fibers, tissues. The waves provide better distribution of traction force within the tissue.
- V Jaws are designed for testing round test bars, wire, tubing and rod. V-jaws can be used for notch-insensitive round-shaped samples.
If assistance is needed on choosing a grip or jaw face please contact us.
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