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What is the coefficient of friction?

The coefficient of friction is a value that describes the force of friction between two surfaces. A low value indicates a low level of friction (slippy). A high value indicates a high level of friction (not at all slippy). Here’s a technical explanation of this.

On the Interweave website you may notice that we describe the slide sheets as having a low coefficient of friction. As a result, the surfaces of the slide sheets are extremely slippy when placed next to each other. In short, a low value is ideal for a slide sheet!

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