Wringer (Lab Padder) TD110
Lab Padder, to evenly squeeze or extract excess liquid from fabric specimens for next procedure of test. This Lab Padder is used for many kind of textile test to precisely ensures the rest liquid of specimens.
Laboratory Padder / Wringer, to evenly squeeze or extract excess liquid from fabric specimens for next procedure of test. This Lab padder / wriner is used for many kind of textile test to precisely ensures the rest liquid of specimens.
- Working width 300mm
- Rollers Dia. 54mm, made of neoprene
- Working speed 25mm/s（9rpm)
- Dead weight loading up to 76kg
- Equipped with liquor tank
Loading Weights 0.5Lb x1Pc, 1Lb x2Pcs, 2Lb x4Pcs
|220/110 V||50/60 Hz||4 A|
|Length:||750 mm||Width:||250 mm||Height:||300 mm|
The Padder extractor (Lab Wringer) is designed for textile laboratory research and testing in accordance with AATCC, ASTM and ISO test methods, such as the determination of liquid content in small cloth samples during the friction colorfastness test. The instrument extracting excess liquid from fabric or other materials by uniform extrusion, and it is a simple and effective test tool.
You can process specimens through the wringer automatically with the power switch ON. With the power ON, the rotational speed of the rollers is constant at 9.3 rpm and can be adjusted; this means that a specimen will pass through the rollers at 2.54cm/sec (1.0 in/sec).
Its feature is that those double rollers connected to a set of weights that allow increase or decrease of pressure by manual. Adjust the pressure by hanging weights from the weight hanger lever arm. To release the pressure, lift the arm. The average pressure over the 12in (30.5cm) length of the rollers is about 14Kpa – 214KPa, which depending on the selected weights. The weight can be varied in 0.5 Lb increments to 10.5 Lb maximum, to offer a pressure from 5 kg to 105 kg on the specimen.
1 Connect the instrument to the power supply. Add or remove the desired amount of weight to the weight hanger hook and attach this to the weight hanger.
2 Prepare the test specimen according to the test requirement.
3 Insert the tank. The test specimen should be threaded through the padder.
4 Turn the power switch ON. Feed the specimen between the rollers from the front of the wringer to the back. Then take the specimen away from the rollers.
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