Crockmeter, colour fastness to rubbing tester
James Heal's CrockMaster is a crockmeter instrument used to determine colour fastness to wet and dry rubbing. It tests textiles, carpets, laminates, and printing inks, as well as the micro-scratch resistance of lacquers, coatings and painted surfaces. It is available in motorised and hand-operated models.
Available as either a hand operated or motorised instrument.
The rubbing finger is easy to load with crocking cloth by using a spring clip.
Apart from textile testing, the CrockMaster can be used to test the colour fastness to rubbing of carpets, laminates and printing inks.
It also tests the micro-scratch resistance of lacquers, coatings or painted surfaces.
The specimen clamp has been designed to be suitable for a wide variety of materials.
The weight to produce a loading of 9N is removable and alternative weights can be used.
|Conditioned atmosphere recommended||Yes|
|Motorised CrockMaster||Length 66.0cm|
|Hand Operated CrockMaster||Length 66.0cm|
|Approximate net weight|
|Hand Operated CrockMaster||10kg|
|Power (Motorised CrockMaster)||Single phase Yes|
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