Stretch and Recovery Tester
Supplied as either portable (on wheels) or wall-mounted to suit your laboratory environment.
FlexiFrame allows for testing of both knitted and woven fabrics on any station. Current equivalents on the market require two separate instruments to meet
A range of accessories included, such as hanger assembly and stackable weights - for everything you need to test to ASTM D3107, Arcadia AG31, Ralph Lauren and ASTM D2594
Standardised and calibrated, giving you and your customers confidence in the quality and repeatability of your results.
A ruler which measures stretch and shrinkage in both distance and percentage is an effective way to simplify the measurement of results.
Equipped with a timer which can be numbered, so you can move away from the instrument and complete other tasks
FlexiFrame - Stretch, Growth and Recovery Tester
|Conditioned atmosphere recommended||Yes|
|Positioning||Wall mounted and floor standing models available|
|Wheel Based FlexiFrame (6 Stations)||Height 175.0cm|
|Wall Mounted FlexiFrame (3 Stations)||Height 168.6cm|
|Approximate net weight|
|Wheel Based FlexiFrame (6 Stations)||48.3kg|
|Wall Mounted FlexiFrame (3 Stations)||15.9kg|
|Read our Frequently Asked Questions and download the Operators Guide for FlexiFrame Stretch and Recovery Tester||Applications Support KnowledgeHub|
FlexiFrame is a stretch and recovery instrument. Stretch and recovery testing is used to determine the stretch, comfort and fit of a fabric, as well as understanding how well the fabric recovers. FlexiFrame offers flexible and accurate static extension testing. Each of the stations is totally interchangeable, allowing any station to do any test at any one time. FlexiFrame meets the requirements of a broad range of standards, including ASTM, Arcadia and Ralph Lauren.
User error and calculation time are minimised by using the stretch and recovery ruler which allows the user to measure the percentage stretch and recovery directly without calculation. FlexiFrame has an extensive range of accessories, meaning testing can be done to an assortment of standards.