The KES-FB4-A Surface Tester analyzes finger movements-particularly, strokes-performed by artisans and professionals when judging a fabric′s texture. This device performs this movement mechanically, making it possible to obtain objective numerical data.
Obtainable data includes frictional coefficients, fluctuations of frictional coefficients, and surface roughness for such targets as general fabric, cloth, paper, non-woven fabric, and film. Surface friction and roughness characteristic data is useful for determining fullness and softness, smoothness, crispness.
The sensor unit′s design features a load and surface treatment that mimics a fingertip, allowing for quantification similar to that of the human fingertip.
表面测试仪 Surface Tester
|Dimensions (W × D × H) *approx.||Measuring unit: 550 × 520 × 420 mm
Amplifier: 180 × 400 × 400 mm
|Weight *approx.||Measuring unit: 50 kg
Amplifier: 10 kg
|Power supply, Frequency||100VAC, 50/60Hz|
PC (optional) *1
Data logger output terminal
|Sample size||200 × 200 mm (standard)
Thickness: 2 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.
There is not the case study of this product yet.