Rubber Hose and Hood Tester
Electrical Protective Equipment Test Systems
Perform electrical testing on worker’s rubber goods personal protective equipment. The item is electrically tested beyond its maximum field use to make sure that it can withstand the electrical stress it will be subjected to while in use.
Phenix Technologies’ test systems are designed for fast, accurate, and safe testing. Our user-friendly HMI combined with Programmable Logic Controls performs your specified test from pre programmed test parameters at the touch of a button. Many automated features increase efficiency and safety. Phenix Technologies offers solutions to furnish any type or size rubber goods testing lab.
All cabinets are constructed of 12-gauge cold-rolled steel, primed and painted with two urethane topcoats for rust prevention. For the safety of the operator, all panel doors and access doors are electrically interlocked so that any attempted entry into the test set while it is in operation will cause the power to shut down. Superior ozone removal system features 1100 CFM exhaust fans with direct free air intake and circulating system. The systems size will depend on the number of test positions required.
The Power Supply module houses the high voltage transformer, regulator, and control panel.
Each system’s Control Panel features an HMI interfaced with Programmable Logic Controls. A number of programming options make testing more efficient and reduces the chance of operator error. Some of the possible functions performed at the touch of a button include:
The HMI displays precise, easy-to-read test results and will immediately inform the operator of any failure at a specific test station. All test results can be downloaded to a computer and test reports can be generated with WINRGTS software.
Our Modular Design options are beneficial to the customer that tests a variety of different rubber products. The test chambers are separate from the power supply and control panel. Different configurations allow customers more flexibility inside their facility. Systems can be built in L-shapes or in a straight line.