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  • pvT (MPL-013)
  • Measurement of a material’s thermodynamic properties. The specific volume is measured as a function of pressure and temperature using High Pressure Indirect Dilatometry through a Gnomix apparatus.
  • Molded Part
  • $1,575
  • pvT (MPL-013)
  • Measurement of a material’s thermodynamic properties. The specific volume is measured as a function of pressure and temperature using High Pressure Indirect Dilatometry through a Gnomix apparatus.
  • Molded Part
  • $1,575
  • Shear Viscosity by Capillary Rheometer (MPL-032)
  • Measure of material’s resistance to flow under shear deformation. It is a measure of wall shear stress per shear rate of a flowing sample as a function of shear rate and temperature. Measurement of properties by Capillary Rheometer following ATM D3835 standard methods.
  • 2 kg / 4 lbs
  • $795
  • Shear Viscosity by IMR (MPL-035)
  • Measure of material’s resistance to flow under shear deformation. It is a measure of wall shear stress per shear rate of a flowing sample as a function of shear rate and temperature. Measurements are performed on an Injection Molding Rheometer using an AML (Autodesk Materials Lab) method based on ASTMD5422, ASTM D3835, and ISO 11443 standard methods.
  • 10 kg / 20 lbs
  • $845
  • Pressure Dependent Viscosity by IMR (MPL-036)
  • Add-on to ‘Shear Viscosity by IMR’ performed with an adjustable exit restrictor to increase pressure for a given flow rate and temperature. Test performed at maximum melt temperature. Data obtained at three additional pressure levels with adjustment of restrictor.
  • 10 kg / 20 lbs
  • $845
  • High Shear Viscosity by IMR (MPL-037)
  • Add-on to ‘Shear Viscosity by IMR’ incorporating two additional viscosity runs ran separately as opposed to typical inline viscosity testing. Tests ran at maximum melt temperature. Results are added to the Shear Viscosity by IMR test data set to create the Cross-WLF model.
  • 10 kg / 20 lbs
  • $845
  • Specific Heat (MPL-050)
  • Measure of how much a material changes temperature with change in heat energy. It is the energy required to raise a unit mass of material by one degree (Celsius) in temperature. ASTM E1269 and ASTM D3417 standard methods apply. Transition Temperature and Ejection Temperature are calculated based on ASTM D3418.
  • 2 kg / 4 lbs
  • $315
  • Thermal Conductivity (MPL-056)
  • Measure of a material’s ability to transfer heat by conduction. It is the rate of heat transfer by conduction, per unit length and degrees. Measured using Transient Plane Heat Source technique, ISO 22007-2 standard method applied.
  • 2 kg / 4 lbs
  • $700
  • Shrinkage (MPL-205)
  • Measures the difference in the dimensions of the plastic part and the mold. A series of measurements using the AML (Autodesk Materials Lab) test method are performed to show the effects of the molding conditions upon part shrinkage. Results can be modeled by Corrected Residual In-Mold Stress (CRIMS) model or by the Residual Strain model.
  • 25 kg / 50 lbs
  • $3,675
  • CTE and Mechanicals (MPL-355)
  • Molding and preparation of plaques for testing of both coefficient of linear thermal expansion, which is the ratio of the change in length per degree, following ASTM D696 Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion method, and also mechanical properties in the form of Poisson Ratio and Tensile modulus. Poisson’s ratio in the direction of flow and perpendicular to the direction of flow to failure. ASTM D638 and ASTM E132 test methods applied.
  • 15 kg / 30 lbs
  • $1,575
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TOTAL PRICE: $1,575

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Testing Capabilities

The tests listed are applicable for standard thermoplastic materials.


We have the capability to test materials up to melt temperatures of 380°C and mold temperatures of 200°C.

Materials Originating Within The USA Require
  • English version Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
Materials Originating Outside The USA Require
  • Commercial Invoice (please quote a nominal value for customs purposes only)
  • Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Declaration
Delivery

Delivery times are dependent on laboratory workload. A confirmation of delivery date will be sent to the customer upon receipt of the material and other prerequisites.

Shipping Information

Shipping of material to be tested is to be arranged and paid for by the customer.

Shipments need to be addressed and sent to the following address

Beaumont Advanced Processing
6100 West Ridge Road
Erie, PA 16506

All POs should be sent to jtrott@beaumontinc.com

*Testing Capabilities Terms

Non confidential materials will be included on the Public Material Database (subject to the approval of the resin manufacturer) and are available to all customers.

**Confidential testing is available for an additional fee. Information or data pertaining to Confidential materials may be sent to Autodesk, but will not be released publicly or to third parties without the written consent of the customer who ordered the testing.

*Material Must Be Supplied By The Clients. Please Check The Box To Agee
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