- erosion by friction
- Outsoles abrasion resistance:
- Bruising (abrasion/contusion, swelling, oedema)
- EN 12770 — Outsoles — Abrasion resistance,
- adequately protect live bivalve molluscs from crushing, abrasion or vibration;
- abrasion (e.g. impact on the seabed of commercial fishing, boating, anchoring),
- Annex 10: Dual buckle test Annex 11: Abrasion and microslip test
- During this period, the material is constantly reduced in size using appropriate mechanical abrasion equipment.
- Person slides along rough surface; this causes friction and/or abrasion
- Abrasion: Floor coatings and floor paints shall have an abrasion resistance not exceeding 70 mg weight loss after 1000 test cycles with a 1000 g load and a CS10 wheel according to EN ISO 7784-2:2006.
- The materials used must be chosen on the basis of the intended working environments, with particular regard to corrosion, abrasion, impacts, extreme temperatures, fatigue, brittleness and ageing.
- All cables shall be well protected and shall be held securely in position in such a way that they cannot be damaged by cutting, abrasion or chafing.
- As soon as evaporation is completed, an abrasion test shall be made by brushing the rear face with the same nylon brush as before.
- Wiring The wiring located to the rear of the driver’s cab shall be protected against impact, abrasion and chafing during normal vehicle operation.
- A short contact time with an abrasion hazard may scratch the consumer’s skin only superficially, whereas a longer time may take off large parts of the skin;