ASTM D642 PDF

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ASTM-D is the standard test method for determining compressive resistance of shipping containers, components, and unit loads. Compressive resistance is one of the properties used to evaluate the ability of shipping containers, components, and unit loads to successfully survive the compressive forces they are subjected to during storage and distribution.

Compressive resistance may be determined with either fixed- or swiveled-platen-type testing machines. However, a fixed-head compression machine is required to perform edge-to-edge and corner-to-corner orientations on test specimens. Also, unit loads are generally tested only in the top-to-bottom orientation. Scope 1. Shipping containers may be tested with or without contents. The procedure may be used for measuring the ability of the container to resist external compressive loads applied to its faces, to diagonally opposite edges, or to corners Fig.

This test method covers testing of multiple containers or unit loads, in addition to individual shipping containers, components, materials, or combination thereof. The ISO standards may not meet the requirements for this test method.

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ASTM D642 Shipping Container Compression Testing

ASTM D is a testing standard that covers compression tests on shipping containers such as boxes, buckets, and drums. Results from this test method can be used to evaluate the ability of shipping containers, components, and unit loads to successfully survive the compressive forces they are subjected to during storage and distribution. Shipping containers may be tested with or without contents. Compressive resistance may be determined with either fixed- or swivel-platen-type testing machines. This test method is related to TAPPI T, which is similar for fixed platen machines but does not recognize swivel platen machines. Forgot your password? Work with us to find the right equipment for your ASTM standard.

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ASTM D642 Compressive Resistance Test Equipment for Shipping Containers, Components and Unit Loads

ASTM-D is the standard test method for determining compressive resistance of shipping containers, components, and unit loads. Compressive resistance is one of the properties used to evaluate the ability of shipping containers, components, and unit loads to successfully survive the compressive forces they are subjected to during storage and distribution. Compressive resistance may be determined with either fixed- or swiveled-platen-type testing machines. However, a fixed-head compression machine is required to perform edge-to-edge and corner-to-corner orientations on test specimens. Also, unit loads are generally tested only in the top-to-bottom orientation.

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If you have forgotten your password, please enter your email address below and click "Reset Password". A new password will be assigned to your account and emailed to you. This test method is used to evaluate the compressive resistance of shipping containers, container components, or both. The method can be used to measure the ability of the container to resist external compressive loads when applied from various angles and directions and evaluate the container itself, its components, the internal contents or any combination of the previous. This site uses cookies to improve experience. Learn more.

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ASTM D tests the compressive resistance of shipping containers including boxes and drums and components. ASTM D may be used for measuring the ability of the container to resist external compressive loads applied to its faces, to diagonally opposite edges, or to corners. Compressive resistance is one of the properties used to evaluate the ability of shipping containers, components, and unit loads to successfully survive the compressive forces they are subjected to during storage and distribution. Our engineers are familiar with ASTM D and can help guide you through the testing process, but we recommend you purchase and read the official ASTM standard to achieve the best results. Specimens for ASTM D should be the full shipping container prepared in the same way that it will be used for packing and shipping. You should make sure to test five or more samples and average the data to improve the statistical reliability of the data. Users can choose to test with fixed or spherical platens.

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