Tinius Olsen Testing Machine Co., Inc.
1065 Easton Rd.
Horsham , PA 19044 US
A Message from Tinius Olsen Testing Machine Co., Inc.
Tinius Olsen introduces their new model MP1200 melt indexer which sets the new standard with unprecendented temperature accuracy and stability. Combined with our tensile, impact, heat distortion, moisture and other testers, we are your one stop shop for your testing needs.Melt Index testing equipmentThe manual MP1200 comes with everything you need (except weights & laboratory balance) to perform an ASTM D1238 Procedure A (manual cut) melt flow index tests (MFR). Test loads are applied manually.
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