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Operation steps of T113 five-finger scratching instrument

Author:QINSUN Released in:2023-08 Click:19

The T113 five-finger scratch tester is compared with taber710 and uses the five-finger scratch test method to test the scratch resistance of automotive interior and exterior plastic materials. It is a test equipment independently developed and produced by our company qisnun Precision Electromechanical Technology Co., Ltd. High and comprehensive after-sales service.

Applicable standards:

Ford BN 108-13, General Motors DMN 3943, Danmler-Chrysler LP-463DD-18-01, etc.

Operation steps:

1. Firstly: prepare accessories and test samples;

2. Put on The five An independent shaft is installed on the bench;

3. Install the scraping finger at the bottom of the shaft and fix the test sample on the detection platform;

4. Start the detection instrument;

5. Set the test load, stroke, travel speed and other parameters on the LCD display;

6. Guide the rail transmission, scrape the test sample back and forth with the scraping finger;

7. When the timing is completed, the guide rail stops and the horizontal axis support is lifted;

8. Loosen the sample pressing block and take out the test sample;

9. After the instrument test is completed, take out the samples, analyze and compare, and evaluate the material\'s scratch resistance, such as scratches, scratches, and planing.

As an enterprise integrating R&D, manufacturing, sales, training and service, Shanghai Fanbiao Textile Testing Technology Co., Ltd. is committed to providing more test instruments in the market, providing textile, leather, non-combustion standard customization is also acceptable, and targeted testing can be carried out according to customer requirements before the purchase to ensurer that the instruments purchased are suitable.