Foam Horizontal Burning Tester is designed to perform horizontal combustion tests for the relative combustion characteristics of small plastic foams with a density not exceeding 250 kg / m³ according to ISO 845 and UL94 standard. UL94 standard flammability test
This tester uses the integral intake ignition system. The combustion time delays 0.1s thus to make sure the sufficient time of gas burning.
This device has a matte black background, a multifunction flame meter, a stainless steel enclosure, a large observation window, a high precision digital display and a beautiful appearance.
Foam Horizontal Burning Tester Technical Parameters
|Power Supply||220 V 50 Hz|
|Control Operation Mode||Electrical control, button operation|
|Blast Burner Standard||ISO10093：1998,inner diameter Φ9.5±0.3mm，effective length: 100 ±10mm, with wing section lamp top:48±1×1.3 ±0.05mm|
|Gas Flow and Gas Category||965±30ml/min, for the methane gas purity of 98% , it can also use the mixed gas or propane gas, flow meter adjustment|
|Standards||UL94, ISO 845, ISO 9772|
|Combustion / Self Extinguishing Time||0-9999×0.1 sec|
|Distance Between the Wing top of the Blast Burner to the Test Sample||13±1mm|
|Flame Height||38±2mm, blue flame|
|Support Net||215×75×13mm, grid : Φ0.8 made of stainless steel wire with length of the side of 6.4mm|
|Lighting||Equip with lighting in the test chamber, with control|
|Test Chamber and Dimension||>0.5 cube，black matte background，with exhaust fan, dimension: 1100x550x 1200mm, 130kg|
What is ISO 845 Standard?
This International Standard specifies a method applied for the determination of the apparent total density and apparent core density of porous rigid plastics and the bulk density of porous semi-rigid and flexible plastics and rubbers.
What is the UL94 Standard?
UL 94 (Underwriters Laboratories test standard UL 94) is one of the most widely used flammability tests to determine flammability in plastic materials. It measures the ability of the plastic part to extinguish the flame after ignition and its dripping behavior in response to a small flame or heat source under controlled laboratory conditions.