The Wewon’s Martindale abrasion tester has a beautiful appearance and an easy-to-understand interface. The microcomputer system adopts two counting methods, which are intuitive and easy to set. There has four stations to test at the same time to improve test efficiency. Wewon’s Martindale abrasion tester also has Lissajous 24mm×24mm, 60.5mm×60.5mm motion tracks and a variety of accessories to choose from, which can adapt to a variety of test methods and test standards.
The Martindale abrasion testing apparatus is a widely used tool to assess the abrasion resistance and durability of textile materials. This testing apparatus provides an accurate measure of fabrics, including their strength and wearability, quickly and easily. If you are interested in this equipment, please feel free to get in touch with our technicians. We’d like to share with you some of the fun we had in the production of these Martindale abrasion tester’s. Learn how this essential testing tool works in our comprehensive guide as below links mentioned.
|Number of Stations:||4 Stations||8 Stations|
|Counting Display:||0~999999 Times||0~999999 Times|
|Maximum Stroke:||24± 0.5mm||60.5 ±0.5mm|
|Pressurized Material:||1. Holder Weight: 200±1g||2. Clothing Sample Weight: 395±2g|
|3. Weight of Furniture Decoration Sample: 594±2g||4. Stainless Steel Butterfly: 260±1g|
|Additional Instruction||The relative speed of the holder and the grinding table: 50-2r/min|
|Accessories Parts||① Standard Wool Felt: 4 Pieces||② Standard Foam Liner: 4 Pieces|
|③ Standard Wool Cloth: 4 Pieces||④ Fabric Cutter: Each with a diameter of 38mm|
|Mass of Loading Hammer:||2385 ±10g||2385 ±10g|
|Power Supply:||AC 220V 50Hz, 1 Phase||AC 220V 50Hz, 1 Phase|
|Gross Weight :||55 KGS||85 KGS|
The Martindale abrasion tester is utilized for abrasion testing on textiles, including leathers and synthetic materials. Abrasion tests performed with this apparatus are typically used to measure the number of cycles needed to produce a visible change in surface appearance as well as the wear resistance of the material being tested. Sample specimens are cycled against an abrasive surface until a set number of cycles have been completed or a predefined degree of abrasion has been achieved.
The Martindale abrasion tester utilizes two main components to measure the fabric performance. The first component is the test head, which holds a rotating brush and abraders made from felt and leather that produces the mechanical abrading process. The second component is a cylindrical holder which contains an adjustable timer. This timer sets the duration of each individual abrading cycle that’s done by the rotating brush and can be set from 1-99 seconds. As these components work together, they produce consistent results with minimum discrepancies when done in an accurately controlled environment.