ASTM-D4966, DIN-53863, ISO 5470-2:2003, ISO 20344, ISO 12947-1, BS-3424, STM 605, SATRA TM31
Martindale Abrasion Teste is ideal for determining the abrasion resistance of upper, lining, socking, and similar types of shoe materials, particularly those made of fabric. The specimens are capably tested for four pieces per time and are rubbed over the abrasive in all directions in a complex, repetitive pattern (a lissajous figure) and, the same time, the holder rotates.
How the Test Works:
Abrasion resistance is measured by subjecting the specimen to rubbing motion in the form of a geometric figure. Resistance to abrasion is evaluated by various means, including comparison to visual aids in the form of photographs or actual samples.
795g(12 kPa); 595g(9 kPa)
LCD , 0～99,999,999
795g (12Kpa); 595g (9Kpa)
47.5±5rev./min (A Lissajous figure consists of 16 revolutions.)