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  • SL-T05  Table Slides Durability Testing Machine

    SL-T05  Table Slides Durability Testing Machine

    SL-T05  Table Slides Durability Testing Machine

    SL-T05  Table Slides Durability Testing Machine

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  • PLC / HMI Table Slides Durability Furniture Testing Equipment with Servo Linear Actuator


    Product Introduction

    This machine is suitable for testing the durability of the drawer slide mounted on the furniture. It can also set the force value to carry out the destructive test and measure the push-pull of the drawer.


    This machine is suitable for testing the doors that are mounted on furniture for horizontal sliding, including the structure made of hinged joints door piece groups.


     Complies with standard

     ANSI/BIFMA X5.5-2014;

    Test No. 10 Extendible Element Cycle Test;

    Test No. 11 Extended Element Retention Impact & Durability Test;

    Test No. 12 Extendible Element Rebound Test;


    Technical parameters

    1. Accommodate up to a 12 (305mm) deep drawer

    2. Accommodate “soft close” slides

    3. Have the ability to adjust the stroke within 12  (3mm)

    4. Have a minimum of 12  (305mm) of vertical adjustment

    5. Can handle maximum load of 300 lb (135kg)

    6. Speed rate between 0-.25 m/s.

    7. Have a stroke counting device with failure notification and automatic stop with the number of successful completed cycles recorded

    8. Have the ability to test a free standing application or application where the slides are already mounted in the application.

    9. Designed for a minimum 15 million cycle life expectancy

    10. Servo actuator

    11. CE certified

     Slide size  10-24 (250-610mm) long
     Stroke   600mm
     Drawer widths  10-24 (250-610mm) adjustable
     Controller  PLC+ touch screen
     Load cell capacity  200KG

    How do you lubricate table slides?

    Coat the metal slides with bar soap or candle wax to keep them from sticking, then rub them with super-fine steel wool. Inexpensive lubricants include petroleum jelly, vegetable shortening, corn oil, lip balm, furniture polish and cooking spray. Apply a small amount of lubricant to the slides, then rub it in well.


    What are slides used for in a lab?

    A microscope slide is a thin flat piece of glass, typically 75 by 26 mm (3 by 1 inches) and about 1 mm thick, used to hold objects for examination under a microscope. Typically the object is mounted (secured) on the slide, and then both are inserted together in the microscope for viewing.

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