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How to set the Taber 5135/Taber 5155 Abrasion Tester revolutions ?

How to set  the Taber 5135/Taber 5155 Abrasion Tester revolutions ?

The Taber 5135/Taber 5155 Abrasion Resistance Tester can be preset to any number of revolutions less than 50,000. The default number of revolutions for the test is the number of revolutions shown on the display after the last entry.


To reset the number of revolutions, press CLEAR and select one of the methods below to enter the number of revolutions required for the test. After completing the number of revolutions tested the Abrator will automatically stop running. To start a new test, press CLEAR again and re-enter the number of revolutions required for the test.


Method 1:


The Taber 5135/Taber 5155 Abrasion Tester is in run mode and the numeric keys can be used to enter the RPM value. Then, press ENTER or START to begin the test. If an incorrect value is entered. You can re-enter it by pressing the CLEAR key.

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Method 2:


Press the PRESET CYCLES key to easily enter 100, 500, 1000 or 2500 RPM. Press the 0 key to reset the data to 0 and then press the PRESET CYCLES key to set the new number of revolutions. You can reset the number of revolutions to increase the total number of revolutions during the test, or after the test has stopped by pressing the preset revolutions key.


You can also increase (or decrease) the test time by adjusting the original number of revolutions. The number of revolutions re-entered should be greater than the number of revolutions already completed. Then press ENTER to enter the new number of revolutions into the abrasion tester.


For the Taber 5155 Abrasion Tester, the 2 dials can be set to different revolutions depending on the needs of the test. After confirming that the keyboard area is displayed on the side of the turntable to be used for the test, enter the number of revolutions. To change between the left and right turntables, press the START or STOP key for the corresponding turntable. The number of revolutions for the test in progress can be read out by the corresponding reader.

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