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Ink Abrasion Resistance Tester

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In printing industry, checking the abrasion of ink is the most intricate task. There are certain methods, but guarantee of accuracy is very less. To overcome the challenge Presto offers a highly accurate and precise ink abrasion resistance tester. This instrument has been innovated after years long research. It puts the test sample through extreme conditions. This has been designed specifically to analyse the resistance of the printed material against rubbing and scuffing. This instrument has been utilizing efficiently in many industries to assess the properties of the printed materials. Physical conditions contribute a lot in deteriorating the ink of the printed material.

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Using the ink abrasion resistance tester, manufacturers can make printing material to withstand with different physical conditions. The machine is designed with high-end mechanism to deliver noise free operation. It ensures that there is a uniform load distribution across the test area. It helps in determining the photosensitive coatings and inks. Manufacturers can make the bonding of the ink strong enough to make it perform better in real working conditions. In this test, the bonding of surface with ink is put on analysis. Rub resistance describes the ability of printed material to withstand marking, scuffing or smudging during handling in conversion, packaging, distribution and use simulates a similar environment to test the rub resistance on printed materials.

    • Rub Speed – 43 cycle/minute – ±2 cycle/minute
    • Rub mode – Arc reciprocating movement
    • Rub Pressure – 2 lbs and 4 lbs
    • Sensor Type – PNP
    • Counter – 9999 Digits
    • Power Supply – 220V AC, 50Hz, Single phase

    • The body is made up of mild steel
    • Test load – 2 Nos
    • It has powder coated Havel Grey and Blue combination, bright chrome zinc plating for corrosion resistance
    • Dimensions – 300X470X428mm
    • Arm rotation – Through gear motor

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