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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Taber® Model 503—13 Scuffing Head Attachment Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.

The Scuffing Head Attachment is used to determine the resistance to scuffing of materials such as vinyl, leather, leatherette, luggage compartment mats, etc.

The Scuffing Head Attachments, either Type A or Type B, are mounted on the abrader in place of the abrasive wheels and weights normally used. The abrader is then operated in the normal fashion.

Ford Motor Company test method MF-MH BN-8 employs the Model 503-13 Scuffing Head Attachment. The Model 503-13-GM is available to conform to meet the specifications of GM test method GM9911P and others.

There are three standard scuffing heads:

Type A
[P/N 120918]

Type B
[P/N 120920]

Type C
[P/N 127524]

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