Pacific Injury & Safety Experts have upgraded our capabilities to conduct Dynamic Coefficient of Friction testing with the ASM 925 mechanical drag sled.
In the more recent past we operated the BOT-3000E. The BOT continues to be a very good testing apparatus but the ASM 925 executes the required testing and fulfills voids in capability which we have confronted with the BOT namely testing tight spaces including most stairs.
The ASM 925 is designed to test for the latest American National Standard Institute (ANSI) A326.3 test method for measuring Dynamic Coefficient of Friction (DCOF) of Hard Surface Flooring Materials. It meets the latest requirements as set by the Tile Counsel of North America (TCNA) sensor validation surface also referring to ANSI A326.3 DCOF test method. This instrument also meets the requirements of the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) ANSI/B101.3 Test Method for Measuring Wet DCOF of Common Hard-Surface Floor Materials.
The ASM 925 advanced design is capable of in-field capturing of the test results onto digital media and produces detailed PDF reports including graph results of the tests.
We also continue to have the capability of conducting Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) testing of both wet and dry surfaces using other equipment in our tool box.
As factory trained operator we are set to travel where needed to conduct in-field floor safety tests. Call us at 1-562-606-2010 or send an inspection request through our contact page