Pressure flowability / Shark Fin Test
The test method determines the flow properties of molding materials under pressure.
A cylindrical specimen with a milled gap is lowered over a depot plastic molding compound, which then flows into the gap and harden there in the form of a shark fin.
The height of the fin is a measure of the flowability under pressure.
The gap in the stamp (shark fin) simulates the sulcus (space between the tooth and gum).
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