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Material testing
 

Wear properties of ceramics PI-60 (ISO 6474) Shear strength of coatings ASTM F1044 and F1160 Tensile strength of coatings ASTM F1147 and ISO 13779-4 Stereological evaluation of coatings ASTM F1854 Bone cement fatigue ASTM F2118 / ISO 16402 Accelerated Aging of UHMWPE ASTM F2003 / ISO 5834-3 Bone cement specification ASTM F451 and ISO 5833 Ceramic specification ISO 13356 and ISO 6474-1/2 Abrasion Resistance of Coatings ASTM F1978 Tensile Properties of Plastics ASTM D638 Corrosion test small implant devices ASTM F2129 Small punch test ASTM F2183 Grain size analysis ASTM E112 and ISO 643 Polyethylene specification ASTM F648 Dissolution test of calcium phosphate ASTM F1926 Tension testing of nickel-titanium ASTM F2516 Galvanic corrosion ASTM F3044 PMMA molding resin ASTM F3087 Compression test of metallic cellular materials DIN 50134 Hardness of ceramics – DIN EN 843-4 / ISO 14705 Steel nonmetallic inclusions ISO 4967 Requirements for metallic skeletal pins and wires ISO 5838-1 Dimensions of Steinmann skeletal pins ISO 5838-2 Charakteristics of Kirschner skeletal wires ISO 5838-3 Tensile properties of metallic materials ISO 6892-1 Titanium alloy microstructure ISO 20160 Material properties of Ti6Al4V (extra low interstitial) ASTM F136 Wear testing of polymeric materials ASTM F732 Rigid Polyurethane Foam according to ASTM F1839 Scaffold permeability ASTM F2952 Mechanical properties of monolithic ceramics DIN EN 843-2 Conditioning of plastics ASTM D618 Surface Texture Assessment of Non-Porous Biomaterials ASTM F2791 Density test of plastics by displacement ASTM D792 Plastic film tensile test ASTM D882

Abrasion Resistance of Coatings ASTM F1978

Normative Reference  



ASTM F1978: Standard Test Method for Measuring Abrasion Resistance of Metallic Thermal Spray Coatings by Using the Taber Abraser.

This test method quantifies the abrasion resistance of metallic coatings produced by thermal spray processes on flat metallic surfaces. It is intended as a means of characterizing coatings used on surgical implants. It uses the Taber® Abraser, which generates a combination of rolling and rubbing to cause wear to the coating surface. Wear is quantified as cumulative mass loss. A typical test runs up to 100 cycles at 6 samples.

Due to the flexibility of the test set-up other materials such as decking, coatings and films can be investigated.  


Implant Testing - Abrasion Resistance of Coatings ASTM F1978 Coating abrasion resistance test