Taber abrasion test is a test method to evaluate the abrasion resistance of materials, which is to simulate whether the material can withstand repeated friction under set conditions. The test method is that a specimen rotating at a fixed speed is pressed against a pair of abrading wheels, and the specified load is applied to the specimen. When the turntable rotates, the abrasion wheel is driven to rub the specimen. The mass loss caused by abrasion is the difference in the mass of the specimen before and after the test. Taber abrasion test is one of many abrasion test methods. The word “Taber” comes from the name of the company that invented this machine.