Product Description

Taber® provides many accessory items to improve all facets of abrasion testing.

In these times of ever increasing emphasis on QA and QC, productivity and cost effectiveness have also been at the forefront.

The Taber® accessories are not only oriented toward improving test results, but efficiency as well!

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The ‘Quiet Cabinet’ reduces sound levels, which are typically in the range of 78 db, by as much as 20% and provides a convenient, dust-free work space for the Taber® Abraser.

The standard unit is 120 VAC, 60 Hz and is also available in a 230 VAC 50/60 Hz CE marked unit. The ‘Quiet Cabinet’ may be purchased as a complete set (top & bottom), or individually as the top half only, or bottom half only.

The vacuum pick-up system, incorporated in the unit, continuously removes airborne dust and particles. The Clean-Up hose attachment (above) allows the operator to remove accumulated material.

The ‘Quiet Cabinet’ can be purchased either as a complete unit, or the top and bottom may be purchased individually:

Taber® Quiet Cabinet: Specifications and Detailed Description

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