Automative Body

Pull-off Test of Coating (Complies with the corresponding part of ISO 4624: 2002)

This is pull-off test for adhesion of coating.
This video introduces testing complying with ISO 4624: 2002 Paint and varnished - Pull-off test for adhesion. As per a requirement of the standard, tensile force is applied perpendicularly to the coated surface to be pulled off within 90 seconds at the speed of which does not exceed 1MPa/s. The force value required to pull off the coating is recorded as the test result. Pull the adhered dolly until the sample breaks and obtain the maximum force value. This maximum value is converted to MPa to calculate the breaking strength. IMADA graphing software graphs the relationship between force and time during the test to confirm whether the requirements are met. It also visualizes the load transition for fracture. In addition, with high-speed sampling of 2000 data per second, IMADA force gauge used in this test captures accurate maximum force value. Test 6 or more samples and show the average, maximum and minimum fracture strengths calculated as a result. Watch the video for test details. The tests in this standard ISO 4624: 2002 are used in R&D and quality control.
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Screw tightening/loosening torque test

This test is to measure torque (turning force) of tightening/loosening screws for quality control.
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Engine Room

Wire harness test

This is wire harness (crimped terminal) test of automotive engine cable for quality control.
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Wire crimped terminal test

This is the tensile strength test of wire’s crimped terminal for quality control.
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Accelerator or Brake Pedal

Accelerator/brake stepping force test

This test is performed to measure stepping force of automotive accelerator/brake for inspection, safety evaluation and quality control.
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Torque Measurement of Motorcycle Accelerator

To determine the torque of a motorcycle’s accelerator, grip the motorcycle’s handlebar with a dedicated grip, and turn the handlebar. IMADA offers the dedicated testing system such as the following configuration, which can graphically visualize the relation between torque and angle. Operativity can be analyzed by comparing test results of different test speed, too. This system is utilized for quality control and R&D.
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Automotive Interior

Automotive air conditioner’s knob operability (torque-angle) test

This is operability (torque-angle) test of automotive air condition knob for quality control and R&D.
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