The internal pressure creep test is a test procedure for determining the strength of thermoplastic pipes to constant hydrostatic
internal pressure at a constant ambient temperature. The samples are tested either for a speciﬁed period or until they fail. The test
duration is subject to the tension generated by the internal pressure and the temperature.
Models 1732 and 1733 up to 100 Bar / Models 1735 and 1736 up to 200 Bar