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Fischer Engineering Company has been providing welding engineering, testing products and services to fabricators, manufacturers and laboratories since 1976. Our products, including weld bend testers, weld tensile testers and welding coupons, are used throughout the United States and by many countries around the world.

All of our products are designed to meet or exceed the requirements of industry welding codes and standards such as ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1 through D1.6, D14.1 through D14.6, D17.1 and B2.1, API 1104, and GCVWC 12479550 to name a few.Take a look at our site to see how we can help you improve your welding program. The new Model TT100 Tensile Tester is designed for testing large, reduced section Tensile Specimens up to 1-1/2 inch thick.

It is capable of testing higher tensile strength materials using their full section thickness. Jaws are available for flat and round specimens.

read more › We have been in the weld testing business since 1976. Our bend and tensile testers developed out of our need to find reliable welding test equipment at reasonable prices. In 1976 we started testing for companies in the local area around Dayton, Ohio. We now serve customers anywhere in the US. All qualification testing is done under the supervision of a Welding Engineer, who is a graduate of the Ohio State University Department of Welding Engineering. Another OSU graduate Welding Engineer interacts with customers to prepare welding procedure and/or performance qualification guidelines to be followed if the customer needs assistance preparing test samples.

read more › If you need to qualify your welders for all thicknesses and for ASME Section IX, then the Super Coupon will allow you to do so with just one coupon size. Bevels are 37 +/- 1° with a 1/16 land. A +/- 1/64 land tolerance is provided unless the wall thickness is already at or near the mill under-tolerance of -12%. In that case the tolerance will be +/- 1/32. We can also provide a knife-edge and other bevel details. The pipe end is bored on schedule 80 and heavier, and on lighter schedules if required to meet the land tolerance.

read more › The Model BT1D is our newest bend tester. It uses a new generation design that replaces and improves upon our classic Model BT1B design. It is adjustable for the typical range of tests required by fabricators, manufacturers, contractors and schools. It is moderately portable. The Model BT1C is very portable but less versatile than the BT1D. It is intended for applications where the material and thickness to be bent are usually the same. While this model is not adjustable for different radii, it can be converted by interchanging additional parts.

read more › Our newest and largest tensile tester. It is intended for testing specimens that will require from 7000 to 100,000 pounds of tensile load to cause fracture. In general, specimens cut from arc-welded test plates are in this range. This model can grip specimens with end dimensions up to 1-1/2 by 2 inches. The reduced section dimensions are a function of the code being followed and the material being tested. Test plain carbon steel specimens at full thickness up to a maximum of 1.5 inches, as well as others.

read more › The basic unit has a combined Air or Hand-operated pump. For most applications this is the best option. In the air-operated mode, the tests can be completed rapidly. In the hand-operated mode, the operator has absolute control of the operation. The test stops immediately if the operator stops pumping. This is the safest mode for students who might be allowed to conduct unsupervised testing. For air operation, the user must provide a regulator/filter/lubricator for the air source to be used. The Electric pump option also allows for rapid operation, but without the need for an air supply.

read more › The PerfPoD concept provides a rigid, shake-free means for positive positioning of performance test assemblies. Fortunately, the PerfPoD uses a Modular Design that allows the user to start out with only the capabilities needed now. Additional capabilities can be added in the future, if needed. An example of each of these models is illustrated and described below. All four share the same inner square structural tube Post. The outer perforated tube of the sliding components, combined with a 3/8" steel self-locking pin, allows for adjustments of the working height of a Support Arm, in 1" increments, and of a table, if one is used.

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