Mounting frame (SE 112)

mounting frame for setup of experiments in statics, strength of materials and dynamics



  • The mounting frame SE 112provides a clearly laid-out, user-friendly means of setting up experiments in the fields of statics, strength of materials and dynamics.
  • SE 112comprises four steel sections which are bolted together to form a frame.
  • Two feet on the sides provide stability.
  • The frame is quick and easy to assemble, with just a few actions needed.

Technical Details:


  1. frame for mounting of experiments in statics, strength of materials and dynamics
  2. sturdy sectional steel double frame, welded
  3. easy, exact mounting of all components by precision clamp fixings
  4. stable on laboratory desktops or workbenches
  5. frame supplied disassembled

Technical Data:

Mounting frame made of steel sections:

  • frame opening W x H: 1250x900mm
  • section groove width: 40mm

Dimensions & Weight:

  • L x W x H: 1400x400x1130mm (assembled)
  • L x W x H: 1400x400x200mm (without mountings)
  • Weight: approx. 32kg

Scope of Delivery:

  • 1 mounting frame, disassembled
  • 1 set of bolts with hexagon socket wrench
  • 1 instruction manual


·         Required: WP 300.09 Laboratory trolley

·         Optional: Equilibrium conditions
SE 110.50 Cable under dead-weight
SE 110.53 Equilibrium in a single plane, statically determinate system
Bridges, beams and arches:
SE 110.12 Lines of influence on the Gerber beam
SE 110.16 Parabolic arch
SE 110.17 Three-hinged arch
SE 110.18 Forces on a suspension bridge
Forces and deformations in a truss:
SE 110.21 Forces in various single plane trusses
SE 110.22 Forces in an indeterminate truss
SE 110.44 Deformation of trusses
Elastic and permanent deformations:
SE 110.14 Elastic line of a beam
SE 110.20 Deformation of frames
SE 110.29 Torsion of bars
SE 110.47 Methods to determine the elastic line
SE 110.48 Bending test, plastic deformation
Stability and buckling:
SE 110.19 Investigation of simple stability problems
SE 110.57 Buckling of bars
Vibrations in a bending beam:
SE 110.58 Free vibrations in a bending beam


Due to the continuous development of our products, the goods supplied may vary in detail to that illustrated on this Website.