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Testron II — Computerized Tensile Tester

The Testron II from Standard Testing Equipment Co. is a computerized, electronic tensile tester designed to meet the needs of today’s most demanding users. Numerous features and benefits are available, all at an affordable price.

Testron II Software Screen Testron II Upper Clamp Testron II Lower Clamp
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  • Wide choice of capacity ranges available
  • Quiet and reliable operation
  • No gears to change
  • Suitable for desk or table top
  • Plots load, elongation, and averaging
  • "Full Safety Design" compression and load protection
  • 20% overload capacity
  • Designed to comply with ASTM and ISO 9000 standards
  • Optional clamps are available — manual or air operated
  • Computer program can be customized for specific testing
  • Comes with Dell computer
  • 1 year limited warranty on parts and service


  • Easy to use and adjust, with "operator friendly" controls and software
  • No maze of switches and knobs like other testers
  • Can accurately test as low as 0-5 pounds or as high as 2,000 pounds
  • Ideal for delamination and peel testing, tuft bind testing or tensile testing
  • All tests are recorded and stored on the computer, which can easily be linked to your company’s network and accessed anywhere
  • Electronic storage of test results eliminates the need for the filling and storage of hard-copies
  • No more need for chart recorders, chart paper or ink cartridges. One client estimates the ROI in chart paper savings alone will pay for the cost of an upgraded machine within 2 years!
  • Can be customized to meet your unique testing needs
  • Upgrade to Testron II available for existing customers
Height: 48"
Travel: 24" Usable Travel
Compliance: ASTM & ISO 9000
Capacities: 500 & 2,000 Capacity Machines
Computer: Dell Computer Included
Price: Write or Call for Details
Testron II Computerized Tensile Tester


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