TYPE:10 Static Friction Coefficient Tester

Easy Static Friction Coefficient Measurement Allows Use as a Research, Inspection and Teaching Aid

The test piece is installed on the ascending board and flat indenter. The ascending board is provided with a sensor that monitors the movement of the flat indenter.

The ascending board starts from the horizontal position, and the tilt increases when the measurement begins. The sensor detects the motion when the flat indenter begins to slide, and instantly stops the ascending board.

The angle and tan?? at this time should be read.

Features

Free Combination, Regardless of the Type of Material

Measurement of almost any kind of test piece surface can be carried out, including metal, fabric, paper, rubber, and film.
The test piece can be mounted either on the ascending board or the flat indenter.
By applying lubricant to the test piece, tribology research can also be carried out.

Sensor Detects the Movement As Soon As Sliding Starts

Since the ascending board rises smoothly and stops electronically, there will be no measurement variations between individuals.
The readings when the ascending board stops can be used as the slide angle (°) and the static friction coefficient (tanθ).

 

Video

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Main specifications

TYPE:10
Ascending Speed Average 10°/6 sec (10°/3 sec during return)
Driving Motor Reversible Motor
Measurement Range Static Friction Coefficient 0-1.5 (Minimum gradation 0.005)
Slide Angle 0-56° (Minimum Gradation 0.5°)
Test Piece Dimensions Ascending Plate: Maximum 300mm x 120mm
Flat Indenter: 75 x 35mm (Contact surface)
Flat Indenter Weight150g or 200g (By adjusting the weight)
Usage Environment 0-50℃ RH85% or less (Non-condensing)
Overall Dimensions Main Unit: W470mm x D290mm x H420mm
Standard Accessories Flat Indenter 1 unit, Power Cable (2P with E, 2m) 1 piece,
Vinyl Cover 1 piece, Operation Manual 1 book
Options JIS P8147 Flat Inverter

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