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Comprobador de adherencia de revestimiento sobre hormigón Elcometer 106/6

El medidor de adherencia Elcometer 106/6 ha sido específicamente concebido para medir revestimientos sobre hormigón.

Funcionando de una forma análoga al comprobador de adherencia Elcometer 106 normal, el Elcometer 106/6 permite que una “sufridera” de 50mm (2”) de diámetro verifique revestimientos sobre hormigón.

El Elcometer 106/6 es totalmente transportable y suministrado en un maletín de transporte - haciéndolo ideal para inspección in situ.

Comprobador de adherencia de revestimiento sobre hormigón Elcometer 106/6
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Especificaciones técnicas

Referencia Descripción Certificado
F106----6 Comprobador de adherencia de revestimientos sobre hormigón Elcometer 106 - Escala 6 ο
Rango 0 - 3.5MPa (N/mm2) 0 - 500psi  
Dimensiones 505 x 370 x 120mm (19.9 x 14.6 x 4.7)  
Lista de contenido Comprobador de adherencia de revestimientos sobre hormigón Elcometer 106/6, 5 sufrideras de 50 mm (2"), anillo soporte, adhesivo Araldite, llave de apriete dentada, estuche de transporte e instrucciones de funcionamiento  

 

Puede utilizarse según:
ASTM D 7234, BS 1881-207, DIN 1048-2, EN 1542, EN 12636

ο Certificado de Calibración Opcional disponible.

Accesorios

T10618570 Sufrideras de repuesto de 50 mm (2") de diámetro (Paquete de 5)
T99912906 Adhesivo Epoxídico Araldite
KT001910P122 Diámetro de la herramienta de corte de sufridera de 50mm (2")

Videos

 1. An Introduction to Pull-Off Adhesion on Coated Surfaces

Adhesion testers are used to test how well a coating has adhered to a surface, as poor adhesion can lead to premature coating failures. The coating inspector has essentially three main methods to choose from - cross hatch, push off, and the most common, the pull-off adhesion test.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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 1. An Introduction to Pull-Off Adhesion on Coated Surfaces
 1. An Introduction to Pull-Off Adhesion on Coated Surfaces

Adhesion testers are used to test how well a coating has adhered to a surface, as poor adhesion can lead to premature coating failures. The coating inspector has essentially three main methods to choose from - cross hatch, push off, and the most common, the pull-off adhesion test.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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2. Selecting the Dolly Diameter and Gauge
2. Selecting the Dolly Diameter and Gauge

When it comes to selecting the dolly diameter and adhesion gauge type to use for a pull-off adhesion test; factors such as the substrate material, the substrate shape, and the expected coating strength will affect the dolly or gauge the user chooses.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here. 

 

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3. Selecting the most Appropriate Position for an Adhesion Test
3. Selecting the most Appropriate Position for an Adhesion Test

When preparing a pull-off adhesion test, whilst the actual location and the number of pulls is typically defined by the test method or procedure that’s being followed, the actual positioning of the dolly is vital, as poor positions can result in low pull-off values or invalid tests.


 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here. 

 

 To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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4. Preparing the Dolly and the Coating
4. Preparing the Dolly and the Coating

Properly preparing the dolly and the surface before performing a pull-off adhesion test will help achieve higher pull-off values.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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5. To Cut or Not to Cut?
5. To Cut or Not to Cut?

Should the coating around a dolly be cut, or left uncut prior to a pull-off adhesion test; and whose decision is it to make?

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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6. The Pull-Off Test
6. The Pull-Off Test

Once the glue between a properly prepared dolly or pull stub and a properly prepared coating has fully cured, the pull-off adhesion test can be undertaken using the adhesion tester of choice.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to see the next video please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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7. Assessing the Result: Glue, Adhesive and Cohesive Failures
7. Assessing the Result: Glue, Adhesive and Cohesive Failures

Once the pull-off adhesion test has been completed the tensile pull-off force, whether the coating was coat or not, the dolly size and gauge type, and the failure mode of the coating are all recorded; with the nature of the failure usually recorded as an estimated percentage to the nearest 10%.

 

This video is part of a series on Pull-Off Adhesion Testing, to view the series playlist please click here.

 

To download the video in script in English click here.

 

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