Synthetically produced test dust in different particle distributions and compositions according to customized specifications to Brazilian dust.
Test dust mixture with mineral, vegetable, organic/animal particles/components to be used e.g. for simulations with environmental or road dust.
Test dust mixture made of mineral components as well as viscose and cotton fibers to be used e.g. for simulations with house dust.
A very hard test dust with edged particles, which is therefore particularly abrasive and e.g. used for simulation of heavy wear.
Test dust made of quartz, cement, gypsum and brick dust for the simulation of construction dirt.
Developed for tests on sliding roofs of cars based on Chinese dust analysis.
Coarse sand mixture, e.g. for tests in the area of axle and chassis systems for utility vehicles.
Synthetically produced Arizona test dust SAE J726 fine and coarse mixed in equal proportions.
Test dust based on the synthetically produced Arizona test dust SAE 726 in an extra coarse version.
Used as test dust in mixtures as well as in original form e.g. as mentioned in the standard JIS Z8901 Class 5.
An inorganic, finely grinded, hydraulically effective binding agent which is used as test dust in its pure form as well as in mixtures. Portlandcement is named e.g. in the standard JIS Z8901 Class 6.
Test dust alternative to Turkish Emery Grit 220 with comparable properties and similar particle size distribution.
Spherical PMMA beads with (quasi)monodisperse distribution.