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KES-SESRURoughness/Friction Tester

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  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester
  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester
  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester
  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester
  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester
  • KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester

The KES-SESRU Roughness/Friction Tester analyzes hand movements-particularly, strokes-performed by artisans and professionals when judging a fabric’s texture. The device performs this movement mechanically, making it possible to obtain objective numerical data while offering more enhanced versatility over the KES-FB4-A Surface Tester.

In addition to average frictional coefficient and fluctuation of average frictional coefficient, surface roughness data is obtained. The device is also suitable for light texture conditions and hair measurement.

Features

  • Sensor that imitates fingertips

    The sensor unit’s design features a load and surface treatment that mimics a fingertip, allowing for quantification similar to that of the human fingertip.

Example of Measurement Samples

  • Textile
  • Resin
  • Non-woven fabric (Disposable diapers)
  • Paper (Tissue)
  • Yarn
  • Coating
  • Wood
  • Liquid (Cream, Liquid foundation)
  • Powder
  • Hair
  • Leather/Synthetic leather (Car seats)
  • Film

System Configuration Diagram

Specification

Model,
Product Name
KES-SESRU
Roughness/Friction Tester
Dimensions (W x D x H) *approx. Measuring unit: 320 x 200 x 390 mm
Amplifier: 180 x 400 x 400 mm
Weight *approx. Measuring unit: 10 kg
Amplifier: 12 kg
Power supply, Frequency 100VAC, 50/60Hz
Interface KES-USB (optional)
PC (optional) *1
Data logger output terminal
OS Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Sample size 30 x 270 mm (standard)
*1 PC is not included. We are able to prepare for PC with an appropriate specification.

KES (Kawabata Evaluation System)
The Kawabata Evaluation System, centered on Sueo Kawabata, a professor at Kyoto University, and Masako Niwa, a professor at Nara Women’s University, is an objective evaluation method for measuring the texture of clothing fabrics based on the “The Standardization and Analysis of Hand Evaluation” provided by the Hand Evaluation and Standardization Committee of the Textile Machinery Society of Japan.

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SAMPLING SERVICE

We offer free sampling services, "for a deeper understanding of our products", "for confirming the measured data that can be obtained", and "to prepare the data necessary for submission of internal approval documents". Please feel free to contact us.

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