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FRICTION TESTING EQUIPMENT

Friction measurement system.  SARSYS-ASFT has developed a very versatile friction tester, T2GO, which can measure friction on any surface, both dry and contaminated. It is ideal for measuring in areas where it might be difficult to access with a larger trailer or vehicle-type friction tester. 

SARSYS-ASFT has developed a very versatile friction tester, T2GO, which can measure friction on any surface both dry and contaminated. It is ideal for measuring in areas where it might be difficult to access with a larger trailer or vehicle-type friction tester. Some areas where it is operating today are:

  • Airports: land and air

  • Investigation of accidents by the police and insurance companies.

  • High friction areas such as pedestrian crossings, bus stop roundabouts, etc.

  • Control friction levels in winter operations on sidewalks, etc.

  • Road markings (EN1436)

  • Heliplatforms (CAP 437)

  • Racing circuits

  • Factory floors

  • Oil platforms

  • Cargo ships

  • Etc

The SARSYS-ASFT measurement system is integrated into a wide range of different platforms to meet the demands of each user. All with a unique stable design that produces unmatched reproducible measurement results. Some popular examples are the T-5 and T-10 trailer surface friction tester and vehicle-type continuous friction measurement equipment (CFME). 

SARSYS-ASFT systems are listed in ICAO Annex 14 and are approved by the Swedish Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the UK CAA for CAP683, the French CAA by STAC, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA ), Russian CAA by MAK, US Air Force (ETL 04 -10) and US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA, AC150-5320-12C). The systems measure according to a number of different standards, such as ISO 8349, EN1436, ASTM E-2340, ASTM E-1551, ICAO Annexes 14 and 15 and more. If you have more detailed questions about the standards, please contact a representative.

To better understand your needs you can visit: https://www.sarsys-asft.com/what-do-you-want-to-measure

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