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Adhesion (Wet) Tape Test Roller

Article No. 12591

Wet Adhesion Test Roller FTS 141D 141C

  • Wet Tape Test Adhesion Roller
  • FTS 141D and 141C
  • 75 Shore A Rubber Hardness

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$439.00 excl. taxes & shipping cost


  • Used for a method that covers a procedure suitable for establishing acceptability of inter coat and surface adhesion of an organic coating system immersed in water. 
  • The procedure may be utilized as a production test.
  • A 4-1/2 lb rubber covered roller having a surface Durometer hardness value within the range of 70 to 80.
  • The roller is approximately 3-1/2" in diameter and 1-3/4" wide.
  • It is made of steel and has two plastic handles.
  • The instrument includes an acrylic stand. This stand is used to place the instrument in when not being used. The stand prevents the weight of the instrument from causing flat spots on the rubber.
  • The optional carbide “Super Scriber”, (PA-141/050) is of high quality Swiss workmanship - durable, long lasting, reliable, and light-weight but rugged. The slightly tapered shape and small diameter of the carbide metal scriber tip 1/16" (1.5mm) make it easy to use the “Super Scriber” in hard-to-get places.

Technical Attributes

  • Data
    Part No.1259512591
    Type:ASTM RollerFTS 141D 141C Roller
    Rubber Hardness:80 Shore A Scale Units +/- 5 Shore Units75 Shore A Scale Units +/- 5 Shore Units
    Diameter:3.750" +/- 0.140" (95.25mm +/- 3.60mm)3.500" +/- 0.100" (88.9mm +/-2.5mm)
    Width:1.750" +/- 0.050" (45.00mm +/- 1.5mm)
    Weight:4.5 lbs +/- 0.1 lbs (2.04kg +/- 50.0g)


Meets FTS 141D and 141C, M6301.2, M6301.3, MIL-PRF-23377, MIL-PRF-85285


  1. Apply the coating system to the substrate and allow to dry as specified in the product specification.
  2. Immerse the test specimen in distilled water for 24 hours.
  3. Remove the test specimen from the water and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Within 1 minute after removal from the water make two parallel scratches, one inch apart, through the coating to the metal with a stylus.
  4. Immediately apply a 1" wide strip of the masking tape with the adhesive side down across the scratches.
  5. Press the tape against the surface of the coating by passing the roller across the tape eight times.
  6. Remove the tape with one quick motion and examine for damage to the intercoat or surface adhesion.
  7. Store the roller using the acrylic ring stand furnished; this protects rubber mat from flattening.

Delivery Content

Adhesion Wet Tape Roller, Acrylic Ring Stand and Instructions for use

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