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rubber moisture meter

rubber moisture meter

rubber moisture meter

Hello everyone,

I"m looking for an non-distructive device to measure moisture content in rubber rollers,some suggestions ?


RE: rubber moisture meter

Why do you need to measure moisture content in rubber rolls? Are they foam rubber or solid rubber-based?

RE: rubber moisture meter



I work at company which deals with remanufacturing cartridges for laser print, these have in structure a rubber rollers ( solid rubber) ; I want to know to what extent the moisture affects the performance of printing and now I´m trying to find a chemical solution to cover the rolls which have superficial defects like : pricks and/or scratches.
in my opinion, theoretical it is impossible because the rubber is vulcanized,
practical ....... we will see ?

Best regards,

RE: rubber moisture meter

Thanks for the additional information. My apologies - I can't help you.

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