Designed for demonstrations during the course as well as for hands-on exercises, the SAN126 friction study unit highlights the basic principles of friction.
This unit is used to study dry friction or lubricated between a steel disc and a pad. It consists of a shaft with a drive wheel and two disks fitted with bearings, one of the disks rotating in an oil pan. Five pads of different materials are supplied as standard (rubber, ferodo, brass, cast iron, nylon). These pads are mounted under a lever arm, a weight support (optional) hooked to the end of this arm applies a load on the surfaces in contact. The friction force and thus the coefficient are determined by the maximum mass applicable to the drive wheel to maintain the static equilibrium. Two wheels, one with a rubber band, are provided for the study of sliding and rolling resistance. This unit can be mounted on a wall or on a universal mounting frame, Cat. SAN110 available as an option.
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Standard equipment referenced SAN126 Friction Investigation Device
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