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|Load:||275g, 175g, 55g||Counter:||Rotary Counter|
material testing apparatus,
material testing equipment
RCA Tape Abrasion Tester for Surface Coating Specimens Conform ASTM F2357-04
RCA Tape Abrasion Tester is suitable for abrasion resistance test of various surface coating (electroplating, baking paint, screen printing, etc.) test specimens.
After rolling the non-oiled paper or tape and the sample, it can be rotated The number of discriminating the effect of its wear.
Tape abrasion tester based on standard: ASTM F2357-04
With RCA special tape, apply to the surface of the product with a fixed weight (55g, 175g, 275g).
Fixed diameter roller and constant speed motor with special counter. The wear resistance of the product is determined by the number of times the product can withstand wear. Widely used in mobile phone surface coating performance testing.
|Load||275g, 175g, 55g|
|Speed||1min/2670mm; 1cyc/157mm; Non stop operation|
1, Weights 55g, 175g, each one
2. Hexagon wrench
5, Binder Clip
7, One roll of paper tape
The RCA Abrasion Wear Tester is used to test surfaces for resistance to abrasion and wear. Typically used on painted or plated organic finishes, foil, and inked key pad lettering.
This tester is widely used as a standard for many silicone key pad and membrane switch manufacturers. This abrader is used as a standard to the auto, appliance, cell phone, plastics, and coating industries. It uses an inexpensive roll of throw away abrasion paper. All build-up error is eliminated and consistent readings are easily obtained.
The RCA Abrasion Wear Tester was designed to test numerous shapes and finishes with ease and consistency. A simple change to the adjustable vertical shaft will allow for testing flat, convex, and concave shaped surfaces.
They can be used to test painted and organic finishes, foil, and inked keypad lettering for resistance to abrasion and wear. These testers have become a standard in automobile, appliance, electronics, cell phone, plastics and coating industries.
Contact Person: Mr. Raymond Chung