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AATCC Accelerotor TF226

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AATCC Accelerotor, to rapidly determine abrasion resistance of flexible materials including textiles, paper, leather and plastics in both wet and dry conditions.

Application

AATCC Accelerotor, to rapidly determine abrasion resistance of flexible materials including textiles, paper, leather and plastics in both wet and dry conditions. Samples are rapidly tubled within a cylindrical test chamber lined with an appropriate abrasion material. The tumbling action is provided by a propeller shaped rotor for a predetermined time at a predetermined speed. wet and dry .

The abrasion resistance is evaluated by determining the weight loss of the specimen or grab strength loss of the specimen when broken at an abraded fold line.

Specifications

  • Test speed: 3000 r/min
  • S-shape rotor, 114mm.
  • Test cylinder: Dia 140mm, 70mm depth.
  • Timer: 0.1s ~ 99h, stops automatically

Weight

26 kg

Power

220/110 V50/60 Hz3 A

Dimensions

Width:480 mmDepth:220 mmHeight:320 mm
19 inch9 inch13 inch

Standards

AATCC 93M&S P26M&S P53NEXT 31

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Test Principle

Under the impeller rotor, a free state textile sample is continuously subjected to a high-speed impact in the annular track of a cylinder and continuously impinges on the friction lining of the inner wall of the cylinder. In the test process, the specimen is subjected to bending, friction, vibration, tensile and other mechanical forces, wear occurs. Then evaluate the wear resistance of the samples by the weight loss or fracture strength loss before and after friction. This test method is mainly used to evaluate the wear resistance of textiles or other flexible materials.

Test Step

Sample preparation: Cut the specimen according to the standard requirements, if test the fracture strength, test the original fracture strength with half the specimen, and test the fracture strength after wear with the other half sample.

Adjust tachometer: select and install the appropriate rotor, adjust the speed dial to calibrate the accurate speed of the tachometer.

Weight Loss Method

Weigh and record the weight of the sample before testing. Then place the specimen in the accelerator.

Close the accelerator door, open the accelerometer and timer, rub the sample fully at a given speed and time. After friction, stop the accelerometer and remove the sample.

Remove the deposits from the sample with a brush, moisturize and weigh the sample. Calculate the weight loss rate of each sample to 0.01.

Strength Loss Method

Humidifying the sample, measure the fracture strength of the specimen without wear and the fracture strength of the specimen after wear, then calculate the strength loss of each specimen.

The test results are affected by duration, rotor size, shape, and speed. During testing, the test should be stopped when the specimen is curled in the test room or can’t move freely for any other reason.

What does the rolling wear look like? Through this article, I think you might have got some information. If you want to know more, please contact us. As a professional supplier of textile instruments, we are committed to continually improve the user experience, TESTEX Textile Testing Equipment is a reliable choice for testing textile quality.

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3 reviews for AATCC Accelerotor TF226

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Ira Yonng

    EVERYTHING By the time,satisfied.

    • testextextile

      Thank you for your choice,looking forward to the next cooperation!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Andrew Ramirez

    Nice! Just wanna give an sdvice, it’s too short to introduce the product, if you show it more, it will be known how good it is.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Una Christopher

    Works great. Fit the descripition.

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