A Comparative Study of Durability of Palmleaf , Nylon and Stainless Steel Finger Trap.

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Polasak Jeeravipoolvarn
Banxhongsri Jeeravipoolvarn
Banchong Mahaisavariya

Abstract

A comparative study of durability of palmleaf, stainless and nylon finger trap was done., Three sizes of finger trap were used, static traction load was applied to each finger trap while gripping the leather covered finger model.

The average mode of failure of the palmleaf finger trap were 20, 30 and 51.88 pounds in small, medium and large size respectively, no any failure was found in the stainless steel and nylon finger trap but the mode of failure of the finger model were 68.75, 66.25 and 66.65 pounds when used the stainless finger trap and 68.0, 65.0 and 64.5 pounds when used the nylon finger trap.

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Jeeravipoolvarn P, Jeeravipoolvarn B, Mahaisavariya B. A Comparative Study of Durability of Palmleaf , Nylon and Stainless Steel Finger Trap. Srinagarind Med J [nternet]. 1 [cited 2021Nov.29];1(2):113-8. vailable from: https://li01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/SRIMEDJ/article/view/13263
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