The latest in adhesion testing technology, the PATTI® QUANTUM GOLD boasts numerous cutting-edge features including:
- Wireless real-time transmission of pull-tests via Bluetooth and the included netbook (may also communicate via USB)
- A LabVIEW®-created software package developed specifically for the PATTI® QUANTUM GOLD - eliminates the need for charts! Pre-installed on the included netbook
- Computer generated reporting capabilities in HTML - suitable for immediate posting on your server to share pull-test results around the world instantly
- USB camera attachment and associated software to photo document your pulls
- And of course, the same quality and reliability you have come to expect from the PATTI®!
PATTI® QUANTUM features include:
- The same quality you have come to expect from the PATTI®
- Powder-Coated box is much more robust than previous PATTI®'s – will maintain its aesthetic value
- New regulator eliminates the internal pop valve, allowing for use of entire air cartridge
- New air cartridge capacity is twice that of other PATTI® models
- Simplified design requires fewer internal parts and reduces the frequency of maintenance / repair
- With the exception of the new, higher capacity CO2 Cartridge, can use the same pistons, pull-stubs and supplies as previous PATTI®'s
- The reduced number of internal parts makes the PATTI® QUANTUM lighter than other PATTI®'s and more portable than ever
PATTI® applications include:
- The self-aligning PATTI®QUANTUM quantitatively measures the adhesion strength of numerous coatings, including: paints, polymers, ceramics, inks, films, adhesives, and thermal or arc-sprayed metals.
- Laboratory or field use.
- The test surface can be smooth, rough, porous, flat or curved (please contact us for application specific solutions). Custom-machined pull-stubs are available at any size, either flat or with a radius to match curved surfaces.
- The PATTI® can also be used to test the strength of adhesives under non-room environmental conditions from 32-212 degrees Fahrenheit (0-100 degrees Celsius).