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T111 Scratch Resistance Tester Operation Steps

Author:QINSUN Released in:2023-08 Click:81

T111 scratch resistance tester is used to test resistance to scratching, planing, etching and other properties of coating adhesives, powder coatings, rigid organic materials, anodized materials, metals soft, plastics, glass and other materials. This is our qisnun The test equipment independently developed and produced by Precision Electromechanical Technology Co., Ltd. has high cost performance and comprehensive after-sales service.

Applicable Standards:

GB/T17657-1999, ISO 4586-2, JIS K6902, Federal Series Standards, Terrazzo 90322-9E-1, UNI 9428 Furniture, AS/ NZS AS2924 .2, ASTM C217, CEN Series Standards, DIN 53 799, DIN 68 861-4

Operation steps:

1. First: Prepare accessories and test specimens

2. Adjust the beam to the appropriate height according to the thickness of the specimen

3.Insput the test sample on the turntable and fix it

4. According to the needs of the test, move the weight to a certain position

5. Start the instrument

6. Set the number of rotations, start, scratch the head and The sample constantly rubs and moves

7. When it reaches the set value, it stops automatically , removes the sample and turns off the instrument when the test is complete.

Analyze and compare to assess the scratch resistance of the material.

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 ensure that the instruments purchased are suitable.