ISO 20126 5.5
The toothbrush standard ISO 20126 includes testing manual toothbrushes for continuous loads. The material fatigue of the toothbrush is tested using a pulsating load of 0-4 N over 75,000 cycles on
the toothbrush head. Up to 8 toothbrushes can be tested with the test stand. Different clamping devices allow different toothbrushes to be fixed, including electric toothbrushes. The test
is applied pneumatically and can be adjusted to the test using a precision pressure regulator. The number of test cycles and the cycle time can be set in the software. If the brush head breaks off, this is detected by a sensor on the pneumatic cylinder and the test at the test station is stopped (Picture 6). The cycles passed by each individual test specimen are displayed on the monitor. The device is operated via a touchscreen. A user-friendly user interface allows data to be entered, the measurement to be controlled and the ini file to be set.
A force sensor can be supplied to check the force.
The device can also be equipped with a housing with electronic door monitoring. (ISO 13849)
|Dimension (W,D,H) ca.||920 mm, 740 mm, 540 mm|
|Number of Stations||8|
|Cycle Time||50 ± 10 Cycles/min|
|Load||up to 10 N|
|Power||115/230 (50/60 Hz)|
|Air Pressure||4 bar, extern, oil-free, anhydrous|
|Test device 8 stations||305-020||20.600 €|
Force sensor with factory calibration,
display and desktop
|Fixture electrical Toothbrush||305-030|
1 Test device + toothbrush holders
1 Power Cable CEE 16A (5 m)
1 Manual/Operating Instructions
Shipping time: by arrangement
Technical changes reserved.
The illustrations may differ from the actual equipment.
All data without obligation and not-binding.
The prices quoted are net prices.