Measuring the Static Coefficient of Friction of a surface requires use of a tribometer like the American Slip Meter 825A. The 825A can be used on most surfaces to measure wet and dry static coefficients of friction. In this 4-hour ASM-approved course you’ll be trained how to use the 825A to measure wet and dry static coefficients of friction. The course explains the science of slip resistance, the physics of coefficient of friction (COF), and the difference between wet and dry static coefficients of friction (SCOF and DCOF). Proper preparation and calibration of the 825A is essential to properly measuring SCOF. The course uses in-person instruction to demonstrate how to prepare the neolite sensor material. The pretest calibration process is demonstrated. The B101.1 procedure to measure dry and wet SCOF is explained and demonstrated.
The course includes:
- Classroom instruction on the 825A preparation, calibration, and test processes
- Practical, hands-on use of the 825A
- Access to the 3-hour online course “Walkways: What You Need To Know To Design, Maintain, and Insure Cleaner, Safer Floors” (Regular Price $80)
- Access to the 1-hour online course “825A Operator Certificate Course Level I” (Regular Price $99)
- Written and practical test
- American Slip Meter 825A Operators Certificate Level I and II
This course trains you to properly use the 825A. Further study is required to assess slip resistance and provide walkway safety services.