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This instrument measures adhesion strength

By Mary Page Bailey |

Paul N. Gardner Co.

Paul N. Gardner Co.



The P.A.T.T.I. Micro is an adhesive-testing instrument that quantitatively measures the adhesion strength of numerous coating materials, including: paints, polymers, ceramics, inks, films, adhesives and thermal or arc-sprayed metals. Designed for both laboratory and field use, the device can collect measurements on rough, smooth, porous, flat or curved test surfaces, in an operating temperature range of 50–120°F. Custom-machined pull-stubs are available at any size, either flat or with a radius to match curved surfaces. Even with its lightweight and portable design, the P.A.T.T.I. Micro features internal memory slots to hold test data for up to 100 pull tests. Software for computer interface is included. — Paul N. Gardner Co., Pompano Beach, Fla.

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