Published: Jan 1972
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The problem of resistance to abrasion exists all around us—on floors, walls, furniture, automobiles, highways, signs, military gear, spacecraft, etc. Because abrasion or wear resistance is a basic factor in the durability of a coating, its measurement is of practical importance to both producer and consumer.