What is absorption?
Absorption is the ability of paper or paperboard to take up and retain fluids.
It’s important to know how much fluid a material can absorb. For example, it’s important to know the absorption capacity of toilet paper. Usually it is assumed, the more layers the better.
With an absorption tester the different types of toilet paper can be tested to see if one absorbs more than the other. An universale tensile (UTM) tester can measure the strength of the material.
This device measures the absorption speed and absorption capacity. No external waterpressure is forced on the sample. The...read more
PGX+ CONTACT ANGLE ANALYSER - POCKET GONIOMETER
The PGX+ Pocket Goniometer, measures contact angle (dynamic and static), surface tension, and surface energy. According to the...read more
COBB TESTER - WATER ABSORPTION TESTER
The cobb tester is a simple instrument which measures the water absorptiveness of paper, cardboard and corrugated...read more
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