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  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪
  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪
  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪
  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪
  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪
  • KES-FB1-A/AW 拉伸剪切测试仪

The KES-FB1-A Tensile and Shear Tester analyzes hand movements-referred to as "tensile" and "shear"-performed by artisans and professionals when judging a fabric′s texture. This device performs these movements mechanically, making it possible to obtain objective numerical data.

Obtainable data includes tensile/shear rigidity, tensile energy, elongation rates, and recoverability for such targets as cloth, paper, non-woven fabric, and film.
Tensile and shear characteristic data is useful for determining stiffness and anti-drape stiffness. These properties often influence form stability and the tendency for wrinkles.

• KES-FB1-A 拉伸剪切测试仪
• KES-FB1-AW 拉伸剪切测试仪(适用于中厚型样品)


  • Improved data accuracy

    Sample slack is removed through motor chucking and clamping, eliminating errors caused by the user and thus improving the accuracy of data.

  • Display resolution: 0.01

    The KES-FB1-A makes it possible to quantify minute differences in tensile and shear properties.

Example of Measurement Samples

  • 纤维 Textile
  • 无纺布 Non-woven fabric
  • 纸张 Paper
  • 皮革、合成皮革(车座) Leather/Synthetic leather (Car seats)
  • 薄膜 Film

System Configuration Diagram


Product Name
拉伸剪切测试仪 Tensile and Shear Tester

拉伸剪切测试仪(适用于中厚型样品) Tensile and Shear Tester (for thick sample)
Dimensions (W × D × H) *approx. Measuring unit: 610 × 535 × 320 mm
Amplifier: 230 × 450 × 500 mm
Weight *approx. Measuring unit: 45 kg
Amplifier: 20 kg
Power supply, Frequency 100VAC, 50/60Hz
Interface KES-USB (optional)
PC (optional) *1
Data logger output terminal
OS Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Sample size [KES-FB1-A]
200 × 200 mm (standard)
Thickness: 2 mm (max.)

200 × 200 mm (standard)
Thickness: 7 mm (max.)
*1 PC is not included. We are able to prepare for PC with an appropriate specification.

KES (Kawabata Evaluation System)
The Kawabata Evaluation System, centered on Sueo Kawabata, a professor at Kyoto University, and Masako Niwa, a professor at Nara Women′s University, is an objective evaluation method for measuring the texture of clothing fabrics based on the "The Standardization and Analysis of Hand Evaluation" provided by the Hand Evaluation and Standardization Committee of the Textile Machinery Society of Japan.


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