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GB/T 3903.2-2017
ICS 61.060
Y 78
Replacing GB/T 3903.2-2008
Footwear -- Test methods for
whole shoe -- Abrasion resistance
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China;
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of
Table of Contents
Foreword . 3 
1 Scope .. 4 
2 Principle.. 4 
3 Equipment and materials . 4 
4 Test piece . 5 
5 Test conditions . 5 
6 Test procedures . 5 
7 Test results .. 6 
8 Test report . 7 
Footwear -- Test methods for
whole shoe -- Abrasion resistance
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the test methods for abrasion resistance of whole shoe
soles and soles (materials).
This Standard is applicable to whole shoes and soles (materials).
This Standard is not applicable to the natural leather outsoles and rubber soles.
2 Principle
Vertically PRESS the rotating abrasive wheel against the test piece. PERFORM
the abrasion test on the test piece under specific conditions. MEASURE the
length of abrasion mark on the test piece to indicate the abrasion resistance of
the test piece.
3 Equipment and materials
3.1 Abrasion resistance tester
3.1.1 USE T12 steel abrasive wheel in size of ϕ (20 ± 0.1) mm × (4 ± 0.1) mm,
with a bore diameter of (6 ± 0.02) mm and 72 teeth. The tooth angle is 90° ± 5°.
The tooth tip is (0.2 ± 0.05) mm in width. The tooth tip roughness, Ra, is (3.2 ±
0.1) μm. The hardness is greater than or equal to 55HRC. The coaxiality is
0.03mm. The laboratory shall set a reasonable calibration period based on the
frequency of use of the equipment. USE the standard samples for abrasion
resistance of soles or other methods to test the abrasive wheel. In addition,
REPLACE the abrasive wheel timely.
NOTE. At present, the following standard samples are available on the market. GSB 16-3352 standard
samples for abrasion resistance of soles. The standard value of the abrasion mark length is (8.7 ± 0.5)
3.1.2 The speed of the abrasive wheel is adjustable within the range of
100r/min to 300r/min. After clockwise rotation, the abrasive wheel runs smoothly.
Radial runout is not greater than 0.05mm.
3.1.3 The position of the abrasive wheel can be adjusted to apply a pressure
6.3 The test pieces shall be placed at room temperature for at least 4h.
6.4 CONDITION each part of the tester. Before each test, IDLE the abrasive
wheel for 5min.
6.5 FIX the test pieces on the abrasion resistance tester, with the sole facing
upwards. ADJUST the abrasion part of the sole to level.
6.6 CONDITION the position of the abrasive wheel to align it with the abrasion
6.7 ADJUST the pressure that is applied to the test pieces by the abrasive
wheel to the specified value.
6.8 ADJUST the test time or total number of revolutions to the specified value.
6.9 ADJUST the speed of the abrasive wheel to the specified value. RESET
the time display. START the test afterwards.
6.10 After the tester is automatically shut down according to the set
parameters, USE a Vernier caliper to measure the length of each side of the
abrasion mark within 1h.
6.11 During the test, if the abrasive wheel rod presses against the test piece,
STOP the test. RECORD the test time and the length of abrasion mark.
6.12 During the test, if it is found out that the abrasion part is sticky or sticks
to the abrasive wheel, STOP the test immediately. USE organic solvents to
clean the contaminated abrasive wheel.
7 Test results
7.1 The test result is expressed in the edge length of the abrasion mark, in
millimeters. The result is retained to one decimal place.
7.2 There shall be at least two measuring points for each material. TAKE the
arithmetic mean of four data measured at two points. The difference between
the maximum and minimum test data shall not exceed 10% of the arithmetic
mean. If the abrasion mark is a trapezoid, the difference between the long side
and the short side shall not be greater than 10% of the short side. Otherwise,
the test shall be repeated. If all four data are less than 5.0mm, no data deviation
is required.
7.3 For outsoles consisting of two or more materials, the test results of each
material are indicated separately.
7.4 If there are any conditions such as sticky abrasion part or sticking to the
Source: Above contents are excerpted from the PDF -- translated/reviewed by: www.chinesestandard.net / Wayne Zheng et al.