This device is capable of calculating scratch coefficient of friction, a physical quantity directly related to surface damage, which can help in clarifying the structure of a scratch.
This feature can be used to perform initial configured testing and ultimate load indentation testing. Performing these tests prior to actual testing allows the load range to be set quickly.
Even for samples with an uneven surface that make scratch evaluation difficult, such as textured surfaces, this feature makes testing possible without compromising linear load increase capabilities.
|Dimensions/Weight (approx.)||W545 × D455 × H680 (mm) / 65 kg|
|Power source||100 VAC, Max. power consumption: 60 W|
|Measurement environment temperature and humidity||10 to 40°C / 30 to 70％ RH (No condensation.)
*Installation should be in a location with minimal influence from wind or vibrations.
|Measurement operation||Measuring method: Increased load type
Scratch direction: From left to right
|Scratch load detection||Detector: Load cell
Vertical load: (KK02) 1 to 50 N, (KK03) 0.1 to 5 N
Horizontal load (max.): (KK02) 50 N, (KK03) 5 N
Accuracy (full scale): ±0.5 or less
|Scratch distance detection||Detector: Linear encode
Distance (max.): 200 mm
|Scratch rate||1 mm/sec to 200 mm/sec|
|Depth detection||Detector: Laser displacement meter|
|Data communication||Data transfer: USB
No. of measurement result points: Approx. 1000
|Specimen size||Dimensions: 60 mm × 220 mm, Thickness: 5mm (max.)|
⌀1 mm (standard)