Thermal Protection Performance Tester

Product Introduction

Thermal Protection Performance (TPP) Test was developed by DuPont in the 1970s. TPP tester measures the non-steady state heat transfer through flame resistant materials for clothing subjected to a combined convective and radiant heat exposure.
The test then measures the time that elapses and the amount of heat energy per surface area (TPP value) at which the temperature and energy transferred to the back of the fabric reaches a level which would cause a second-degree burn to the wearer of the personal protective equipment.
Thermal exposure 84±2kW/m2
Heat source Dual heat sources (radiant & convective)
Test platform Pneumatically-operated sample holder
Pneumatically-operated water-cooled shutter
Copper calorimeter Measurement range 0~350°C, NIST traceable, weight 1000±10g
Gas supply Propane gas
Hood Integrated hood to eliminate heat, smoke and soot
Dimensions H 80cm(150cm w/hood)×W120cm×D60cm
Weight 180kg
Power supply 220V, 1Ph, 20A, 50/60 Hz
Compliance ISO 17492, ASTM F2703, NFPA 2112, NFPA 1971