With a nominal hardness of 96±2 IRHD, these rubber sliders are normally used to test smooth surfaces such as internal flooring, wooden flooring, ceramic tiles, and other pedestrian walkways.
Conditioning 4S(96) Rubber Sliders
Before carrying out any testing, it is important to condition your rubber sliders. The conditioning procedure is designed to eliminate variation in results arising from small differences in the rubber slider. When conditioning 4S(96) Rubber Sliders, one should use P400 Paper and Pink Lapping Film.
Pendulum Verification with 4S(96) Rubber Sliders
Once the Portable Skid Resistance Tester has been set up, Float Glass, Pink Lapping Film and a Conditioned Pavigres Tile should be used to verify the instrument. These test surfaces should produce Pendulum Test Values (PTV) which falls within a set range. This process provides assurance that the instrument has been set up and is functioning correctly.
The 4S(96) Rubber Slider meets the requirements of BS 7976-1:2002+A1:2013, BS EN 13036-4:2011 and the UKSRG Guidelines.
Rubber Sliders have a 12 Month Shelf Life. Each Rubber Slider is supplied with a date stamp and a certificate of conformity stating the date of expiry. Once a Rubber Slider has expired, it should be replaced immediately. Rubber Sliders must also be replaced once there is more than 4 mm of wear on each side of the rubber slider.
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