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Metallic & Non-Metallic(Conduit system as per IEC:61386)

Pioneer Testing Lab is fully equipped to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of almost all the known elements in the periodic table, be it metallic, non-metallic. This part of IEC 61386 specifies requirements and tests for conduit systems, including conduits and conduit fittings, for the protection and management of insulated conductors and/or cables in electrical installations or in communication systems up to 1 000 V a.c. and/or 1 500 V d.c. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1996, and its Amendment 1 (2000), and it constitutes a technical revision. The changes to the first edition are as follows: - change to the length of the test specimen between fittings for the tensile test, - editorial and normative reference updates.


Non-metallic Materials Laboratory's mission is to study the behavior of non-metallic materials; ceramics, polymers and composites.
  • Tensile testing
  • Compression testing
  • Three-point bending testing
  • Hardness Testing

The Tensile Testing:

    The tensile testing is the most common. It consists of subjecting the specimen to a tensile force and measuring the elongation corresponding to the applied load. The test is then carried out in three phases: the elastic deformation, plastic deformation and the breaking of the piece.

Compression Testing:

    The same equipment is used to perform compression tests. Clamping accessories are replaced by the compression tools (the compression plates).

Three-point bending testing

    As for this test, it can be considered as rather special compression test. In this case, the piece does not take support on a tray in the center of application of the load, but off-center support forming a bending bench. Instead of measuring the elongation of the piece, as in the case of a tensile testing, we measure the deformation (or arrow) corresponding to the applied load.

Hardness Testing :

    The hardness tester (durometre) is an instrument used to measure the surface hardness of materials. We have the INNOVATEST hardness tester used to determine the hardness of materials, the durometre shows the hardness in Rockwell, Vickers HV, Brinell HB. With this durometre, it is possible to assess quickly and accurately the surface hardness of metallic and non-metallic materials such as steel, aluminum, copper and bronze alloys, and composite materials..