Tensile test is the drawing of materials until they break under constant temperature in order to determine the strength properties under static (non-impact) load and to obtain the Stress-Strain diagram during this process. Tensile testing of all metal and composite materials, bolts and welded joints in our laboratory is carried out under the expert’s supervision with INSTRON 5989 SERIES PREMIUM GRADE 600 KN EM Universal test equipment. As a result of the tensile test, the following mechanical properties of the material represented by the sample can be found.

Yield strength (N / mm2) = It is the value of the maximum stress that can develop in a material without plastic deformation (Top and Bottom yield values). Tensile Strength (N / mm2) = The maximum stress reached before rupture as a result of the application of pulling force on both ends of the material.

Tensile Strength = The point where the material breaks precisely without deforming, where the final damage occurs.

% Elongation = It is found by dividing the first length and multiplying by 100, the difference between the initial length of the material and the last length after rupture.


TS EN ISO 6892-1: Metallic Materials – Tensile Test – Part 1: Room Temperature Test Method

TS EN ISO 4136, API1104, ASME SecIX, AWS D1.1, AWS D1.5, ASTM A370: Destructive Tests on Sources of Metallic Materials-Transverse Tensile Test

TS EN ISO 5178: Destructive Tests on Welds in Metallic Material – Longitudinal Tensile Test on Welding in Melt Welded Joints

TS EN 10164: Tensile Test in Z-Axis

TS 280 EN ISO 9018: Destructive Tests on Welding Seams in Metallic Materials – Tensile Test in Cross and Lap Joints

Bending, Tensile and Macro Examination Test to be Applied to ISO / FDIS 14555, ASTM A 370, AWS D1.5 Studs TS EN 898-1: Tensile Test for Bolts, Screws and Studs