TABER® Grit Feeder 355 (980355)
For dry abrasion with aluminium oxyde granulates and leather wheels, complete with one pair of leather wheels S-39, standardization wheels S-38, 50 pound container with grit S-41, grit feeder vacuum pick-up nozzle; with adjustable height for adaption to the different specimen thicknesses. The Model 355 Grit Feeder is used in conjunction with the Model 1700/1750 Taber Abraser to evaluate three-body abrasion caused by the destructive action of fine, hard particles. Positioned over the Taber Abraser, the Grit Feeder is a freestanding instrument that deposits abrasive grit particles uniformly and continuously onto the specimen surface. As the specimen holder rotates, the loose grit passes under a pair of leather-clad wheels. The resulting rolling action of the particles serves as the abradant and contributes to the physical breakdown of the material. A special front orifice vacuum nozzle removes grit particles and debris after passing under both wheels. The operation of the grit feeder is controlled through the Taber Abraser, ensuring that the turntable, grit distribution and vacuum suction are actuated at the same time.
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TABER® Grit Feeder 355 (980355)

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TABER® Grit Feeder 355 (980355)

For dry abrasion with aluminium oxyde granulates and leather wheels, complete with one pair of leather wheels S-39, standardization wheels S-38, 50 pound container with grit S-41, grit feeder vacuum pick-up nozzle; with adjustable height for adaption to the different specimen thicknesses.

The Model 355 Grit Feeder is used in conjunction with the Model 1700/1750 Taber Abraser to evaluate three-body abrasion caused by the destructive action of fine, hard particles. Positioned over the Taber Abraser, the Grit Feeder is a freestanding instrument that deposits abrasive grit particles uniformly and continuously onto the specimen surface. As the specimen holder rotates, the loose grit passes under a pair of leather-clad wheels. The resulting rolling action of the particles serves as the abradant and contributes to the physical breakdown of the material. A special front orifice vacuum nozzle removes grit particles and debris after passing under both wheels. The operation of the grit feeder is controlled through the Taber Abraser, ensuring that the turntable, grit distribution and vacuum suction are actuated at the same time.

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