ISO 34-1 Tear Strength of Rubber, Vulcanized or Thermoplastic - Trouser
ISO 34-1 measures tear strength test methods for rubber test samples. The test results in measurement of a materials resistance to tearing. Tear strength can also be used to monitor material anisotropy of a material. ISO 34-1 both define tear strength as the measurement of force required to tear a test sample divided by specimen thickness. Testing is performed by pulling specimens apart using a universal test machine equipped with tensile testing grips. Trouser, angle and crescent test pieces
ISO 34-2 Tear Strength of Rubber, Vulcanized or Thermoplastic - Small (Delft) Pieces
ISO 34-2 specifies a method for the determination of the tear strength of small test pieces (Delft test pieces) of vulcanized or thermoplastic rubber.
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