A Fabric's ability to withstand wear and rubbing.
The Ability to Resist Surface wear.
The degree to which a label surface, including printing and protective coatings, is able to resist rubbing or wearing away by friction.
Ability of a fiber or fabric to withstand surface wear.
A material's ability to resist deterioration or destruction by rubbing. Alternative term: Rub Resistance
The ability of a paper product to withstand abrasion. The degree and rate a sample loses weight under specific rubbing action by an abrading surface measures resistance.
The ability of a material to withstand mechanical actions such as rubbing, scraping, or erosion, that tend progressively to remove material from its surface.
The ability of a paint or coating to resist being worn away when subjected to rubbing, or scraping.
A measure of the ability of a wire or wire covering to resist damage by mechanical means.
Hankauskestävyys Nötningstyrka Ability of a material (f.e. printed surface) to resist degradation due to mechanical wear by hard and rough objects (mechanical erosion) thanks to the ability to dissipate the applied mechanical energy.
Ability of a coating to resist being worn away and to maintain its original appearance and structure when subjected to rubbing, scraping, or erosion.
The ability of a fabric to withstand loss of appearance and function through the destructive action of rubbing. Fabrics labeled as abrasion-resistant are typically highly durable and long lasting.
that property of a surface by which it resists abrasion
The ability of a wheel to resist wear due to use with various floor materials.
The ability to resist localized surface damage from contact with other material in use, such as gouging, grinding, scratching or erosion.
The ability of a tape to withstand rubbing and still function satisfactorily.
The ability of a fiber to withstand the rubbing it gets in everyday use.
the ability of the geotextile surface to resist wear by friction.
Ability of material or cable to resist surface wear.
The extent that a frabric that resists abrasion--as if that wasn't obvious.
That property of a surface, which resists being worn away by rubbing or friction process. Abrasion resistance is not necessarily related to hardness as believed by some, but is more clearly comparable with toughness
An item's ability to resist scratches, scuffs, and other marks that might detract from the item's physical appearance or decrease its legibility.
The ability of the fiber to withstand wearing due to friction. Flocked floor mats, for example, must be able to resist the wear and tear of many feet.
The ability of a floor finish to withstand scratching and scuffing..
The ability of a surface to resist rubbing or other frictional forces without being worn away.
The resistance of a rubber composition to wearing away by contact with a moving abrasive surface. Abrasion resistance is a complex of properties: resilience, stiffness, thermal stability and resistance to cutting and tearing.
Resistance to being worn away by rubbing or friction; related to both toughness and gloss.
The degree to which a fabric is able to withstand rubbing and chafing within the shoe. Many socks and sheer hosiery products are reinforced, usually with nylon to lengthen durability.
A measure of the pile fiber's ability to withstand wear. Abrasion testing is performed both by mechanical means and by actual on-the-floor usage tests conducted under carefully regulated traffic conditions.
Ability of material to resist surface wear from friction.
The ability of a rubber compound to resist mechanical wear.
The ability to resist removal or damage from me-chanical action.
The ability of a fiber or fabric to endure surface wear and rubbing.
The ability of a tape to resist rubbing or wearing away by friction.
The ability of a textile or other surface material to withstand rubbing and/or abrasion without the loss of the original color or other physical properties.
the ability of a material to resist being worn away by contact with another moving, abrasive surface, such as foot traffic, mechanical equipment, wind-blown particles, etc.
Ability to resist surface wear; term usually applied to adhesive coatings.
The ability of ink or paper to withstand rubbing and scuffing.
The resistance of a surface to rubbing or friction. A measure of durability as opposed to hardness.
The level at which paper can withstand continuous scuffing or rubbing.
The degree to which a fiber or rope is able to withstand surface wear and rubbing due to motion against other fibers (internal abrasion) or an external surface (external abrasion).
The ability of a material to withstand mechanical action such as rubbing, scraping, or erosion that tends to progressively remove material from the surface.
(extended definition) Ability of an adhesive to resist degradation due to mechanical wear by hard and rough objects (mechanical erosion) thanks to the ability to dissipate the applied mechanical energy.
Ability of a coating to withstand rubbing, scraping and eroding forces.
the capacity of a material to withstand various forms of surface wearing or cutting by exterior forces and suffer minimum loss of mass
Ability to withstand wear by contact with a moving surface.
Resistance of a surface of being worn away by friction or rubbing process.
The measure of a material's ability to withstand erosion when subjected to rubbing, scraping, wearing, scouring, etc., conditions.
Ability of a wire, cable or material to resist surface wear.
The degree to which a material is able to withstand surface wear, rubbing and other forces.
The treatment of a wire's insulation to reduce wear
tests, such as the Los Angeles Abrasion Test, used to measure the aggregate's resistance to crushing and pulverizing under conditions similar to those encountered in processing and use.
The inherent ability of a surface to inhibit deterioration or ....
The ability of a surface to resist being worn away by rubbing and friction.
The ability of a fabric to withstand loss of appearance or surface through surface wear or rubbing.
capacity of rope material to withstand wear due to friction, rubbing or scraping.
The resistance to scratching of a surface of paper by other paper surfaces or other materials.
The ability of a material to resist mechanical wear.
The resistance of rubbing or wearing away by friction of a label surface, including its own materials, the printing or any protective coatings that might be present.
That property of a surface that resists being worn away by a rubbing or friction process. Abrasion resistance isn’t necessarily related to hardness, as believed by some, but is more closely comparable to,or can be correlated with,toughness.
the ability to withstand the effects of repeated wearing, rubbing, scraping, etc. that tend to remove material from its surface.
Resistance to being worn away by rubbing or friction. Abrasion resistance is a matter of toughness, rather than hardness. It is a necessary quality for floor finishes, enamels and varnishes.
How well a concrete surface or decorative coating resists being worn away by friction or rubbing.
The resistance to surface loss of a rubber material due to frictional forces. (ASTM D-2228)
Degree of resistance of a material to abrasion or wear.
A surface filter's ability to resist damage when contact is made with larger particles and debris swept up by a vacuum cleaner.
Resistance to being worn away by rubbing or by friction; related more to toughness than to hardness. A necessary quality for floor finishes, enamels, and varnishes.
The ability of a rubber compound to withstand mechanical deterioration
ability to resist the effects of rubbing.
Resistance to frictional rubbing as distinct from resistance to knocks and impacts. Abrasion tests may be made by means of the finger alone, or with a cloth or a pad with or without a mildly abrasive powder. The pressure, speed and time of rubbing as well as the character of the rubbing agent should be controlled when making comparisons of abrasion resistance.
The ability of a coating to resist degradation due to mechanical wear.