The footwear universal wear tester is a device that tests the wear performance of shoes. It simulates human walking in shoes and thus evaluates the wear resistance of shoes.
The following are the steps for using the footwear universal wear tester:
Prepare the sample: Prepare a sample of the shoe to be tested and mark the left and right foot, making sure they have all undergone the same manufacturing process and materials.
Adjust the tester: Adjust the test apparatus to meet international standards, including setting parameters such as load, speed, and time.
Place the sample: Place the sample on the tester and perform the wear test by rotating the drum and friction simulating human walking.
Start the test: Start the test program and begin the wear test.
Observe results: At the end of the test, observe the wear level of the shoe and evaluate its durability performance. The results can be quantitatively evaluated using specific scoring criteria.
Clean the sample: After the test, the damaged sample should be cleaned and repaired for subsequent testing.
In summary, the use of the footwear universal wear tester can help footwear manufacturers understand the wear performance of their products and make improvements in the design and production process to improve the quality and durability of their shoes.