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DIN Abrasion Tester


Application Standards

ISO 4649, DIN 53516, EN ISO 20344, GB/T 26703, GB/T 20991, GB/T 9867, QB/T 1002


The YTS-DAT is meticulously crafted to adhere to the stringent standards set by ASTM, EN, ISO, and DIN. This esteemed abrasion tester stands as a benchmark of quality and popularity, offering precise measurements of abrasion resistance. It caters specifically to rubbers, including vulcanized thermoset rubbers and thermoplastic elastomers, which are susceptible to abrasive or frictional wear during their operational lifespan. Given that wear typically stems from abrasion, various test methods have been devised to simulate long-term wear effects accurately. With the YTS-DAT, users can confidently assess the durability and longevity of rubber materials, ensuring their suitability for real-world applications where resistance to abrasion is essential.


Various industries rely on DIN abrasion methods to assess the quality of their products. These encompass a diverse range of sectors, including leather, clothing, textile, rubber, automotive, bearings, aerospace, rubber rollers, and seals, R&D facilities, and manufacturers of rubber and plastic, among others. These industries span from small to large-sized companies, all of which integrate DIN abrasion testing into their quality control protocols consistently. The DIN Abrasion Resistance Tester evaluates surface friction by subjecting materials to sandpaper abrasion for a specific duration, thereafter analyzing surface condition, volume, weight, and thickness. This method allows for the assessment of material abrasiveness based on standardized criteria. The machine is versatile, catering to the wear testing needs of elastic materials, rubber, conveyor belts, tires, shoe soles, synthetic leather, and leather. It boasts high efficiency, reproducibility, and user-friendly operation, making it an indispensable tool in quality assurance across various industries.

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