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  • SL-L105  Footwear Testing Equipment EN Sole Flexing Tester

    SL-L105  Footwear Testing Equipment EN Sole Flexing Tester

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  • Use:

    Install the sole test piece on the EN sole flexing testing machine, so that the incision falls just above the center of the rotating shaft of the EN sole flexing testing machine, and drive the test piece on the shaft through the machine to stretch flexing (90±2)º .After a certain number of tests, measure the length of the incision of the test piece, and evaluate the torsion resistance of the test sole by the growth rate of the incision.


    Technical parameters

    Test number

    Three outsole can be tested at the same time

    Flexing degree

    90±2)º

    Speed

    (5 to 150)r/min adjustable

    Volume

    1000*300*530mm

    Diameter of flexing shaft

    30mm

    Weight

    118kg

    Power

    190w

    Power supply

    AC220V,10A

     

    Standards

    GB/T2099 ,EN ISO 20344,EN ISO17707,EN-344 and SATRA TM161

     

    Parts list

    1 cutter, 1 power cord, 1 wrench and 1 manual(In English).


     Video: https://youtu.be/FR_nB_fKfoc


    How can you tell the sole material of a shoe?

    Weight: RUBBER (rubber) is the heaviest, PU, EVA is the lightest. Material: PU is expensive, EVA, TPR is moderate, PVC is the cheapest. Processing: TPR is made into a shape, while PVC to be processed, ABS is generally high-heeled shoes material, expensive and hard.


    What is a Flex shoe?

    Horizontal grooves in the forefoot of running shoe midsoles are called flex grooves. As the name implies, flex grooves are designed to promote forefoot flexion across the metatarsophalangeal joints (MPJs). In many cases of forefoot pain, however, this is exactly where you don't want the shoe to bend.


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