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Ink Rub Testing Machine

Ink Rub Testing Machine

2000.00 - 20000.00 USD ($)/Set

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Price And Quantity

  • 1 Set
  • 2000.00 - 20000.00 USD ($)/Set

Trade Information

  • Jinan
  • 10 Set Per Month
  • 7 Days
  • Standard Veneer Case
  • All India
  • ISO 9001, CE

Product Description

Ink Rub Testing Machine

Abrasion resistance of ink layer is one important parameter that is used to evaluate the printing quality.

Labthink's MCJ-01A Rub Tester can be used to test abrasion resistance of ink layer on paper and paperboard.

The tests are performed according to the following procedures:

  • Cut one piece of specimen from the provided sample and then fix the specimen in the test plane of the instrument. The size of the specimen should be 230mmx50mm.
  • Use a reflection densitometer to measure the density of the ink layer on the surface of the specimen.
  • Fix the rubber pad on the test block and then place it onto the specimen.
  • Set rub times and then start tests. The rubber pad with test block will rub on the specimen surface until the preset rub times are completed.
  • When tests are finished, the density of ink layer will be measured by reflection densitometer and the abrasion resistance of the specimen will be calculated.

For more details about MCJ-01A Rub Tester, please visit www.labthink.com

Technical Specification

Specifications

MCJ-01A Rub Tester

Rub Pressure

20 ±0.2 N

Rub Speed

43 cpm

Rub Area

155 mm (L) x 50 mm (W)

Rub Times

0 ~ 999

Specimen Size

230 mm (L) x 50 mm (W)

Power Supply

220VAC 50Hz / 120VAC 60Hz

Instrument Dimension

260 mm (L) x 230 mm (W) x 360 mm (H)

Net Weight

22 kg


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