RUMUL RUSSENBERGER PRÜFMASCHINEN AG Verified by Europages badge

RUMUL RUSSENBERGER PRÜFMASCHINEN AG

RUSSENBERGER PRÜFMASCHINEN AG (better known as RUMUL) develops, builds and sells machines for the dynamic testing of specimens and components with electromagnetic resonant systems. 15 members of staff ensure seamless order processing and provide servicing of the machines on site worldwide. We are supported by external partners, as required, in production, software and electronics development and computing. The current market situation shows that there is a realisation within testing technology too that dynamic fatigue and crack propagation tests should be carried out by environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient systems. The widespread use of fast electromagnetic resonance testing machines proves this trend. RUMUL's products are the result of 50 years of experience and a great many customer requests. With the motto "Advancement through specialisation", we want to be the best partner that we can for our customers

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This machine type is available in two force ranges; detailed information can be found in the prospectus. The load cell can be attached to the oscillating head or the machine table , depending on the application. The table with the T-slots also allows building components or extensive devices. The control is built into the machine and results in a compact and therefore space-saving solution. The machine is relatively light and can be easily transported and moved around the laboratory

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The small testing machine can be used economically for vibrating small fracture mechanics samples or for quality monitoring of small parts during production. Because of the small footprint, the machine can also be used in "hot cells". With simple additions, the machine can then be operated with a manipulator.

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The crack length measuring system FRACTOMAT is a system that works according to the indirect potential method, which is used for the exact measurement and control of the crack length and the crack propagation in fracture mechanics samples. The various interfaces allow use in any test set-up, including any other makes of testing machine. The transducer consists of a crack length measuring film (KRAK GAGE), which is glued to the specimen in an electrically insulated manner like a strain gauge and connected to the FRACTOMAT.

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chambers RUMUL offers a variety of customer-specific solutions to test materials at elevated temperatures

Company info

Key figures

  • Company headcount
    11 – 50

Organisation

  • Year established
    1964
  • Main activity
    Manufacturer/ Producer
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