Granate 1892 Paarungszeit 

Schon gewusst?

Wer japanische Radierer benutzt, hat auf einigen sicher schon die rechteckige Kennzeich­nung mit zweistelliger Nummer bemerkt. Doch was bedeutet diese?

Von links: Seed Radar, Hinodewashi Matomaru-kun, Tombow MONO, Pentel Mark Sheet,
Pentel Ain Hi-Polymer.

Sie stammt von der 1943 gegründeten Japanese Eraser Manufacturers Association und ga­rantiert Sicherheit, Qualität und Leistung des Radierers. Der Standard für diese Kennzeich­nung legt Höchstwerte für gesundheitsschädliche Bestandteile fest, macht Vorgaben für die Papier- und Kunststoffverpackung und definiert Verfahren zur Prüfung der Radierfähig­keit, der Härte und der Altersbeständigkeit. Der Japanese Eraser Manufacturers Association haben sich u. a. Seed (01), Hinodewashi (06) und Pentel (13) angeschlossen. Jedem Her­steller ist eine zweistellige Nummer zugewiesen, und so kann man leicht sehen, von wem der betreffende Radierer stammt (dabei hat mich überrascht, dass der Klassiker Tombow MONO von Seed gefertigt wird).

Danke an Sola von pencils an other things für den Hinweis auf diesen Standard!

Stichwörter: Hinodewashi, Pentel, Radierer, Seed, Tombow

8 Kommentare zu „Schon gewusst?”

  1. Sola

    You’re welcome! I learned a lot too on this subject thanks to you :D

  2. Lexikaliker

    I'm happy to hear that! :-)

  3. Aluisio

    Now I discovered that the rare in the west Hinodewashi Matomaru (#06) is from the same manufacturer as the more easy to find W Air-In (I have 3 of this brand). I hope to one day compare both erasers.

    The Pilot and Sakura foam erasers are really similar, but I have na impression that the Sakura is a little bit better on the dust gathering subject…

  4. Lexikaliker

    Thank you for mentioning the Plus W Air-In! Do you also have the black one? I have bought one a while ago but haven't used it yet. I will also compare it to the Hinodewashi Matomaru-kun! Any­way, being made by the same manufacturer doesn't mean the erasers are the same too – it all depends on the recipe and the process parameters. – Yes, I too think that the Sakura Foam is a little better but the difference isn't important for the daily use.

  5. Aluisio

    Yes, I do have the Tree W Air-In in stick version in black color. It performs exactly like the Mitsubishi Boxy. Wait… They are from the same manufacturer (#06)!

    I also have two versions of Hinodewashi Matomaru-kun in black color block shape, probably the same erasers but with different cardboards cover (one with the classic japanese kagi logo and other with „premium” with West characters). Both are still sealed.

  6. Lexikaliker

    The black Plus W Air-In and the Mitsubishi Boxy are indeed remarkable similar! They even have the same shape, so in that case I wouldn't be surprised if there are really the same (except for the length which seems to be the only difference). – Sometimes Hinodewashi uses different covers for the same erasers, e. g. for special occasions like start of school. – By the way, did you know that the stick version of the Hinodewashi Matomaru-kun fits into the Tombow Mono One case, making a great refill?

  7. Aluisio

    Oh really sorry, Gunther. The stick version I was referring was the extended blocky shaped HMK eraser (your favorite model of eraser) with in some Rakuten stores (broken translation) they refer as „stick” model. I was not referring to that kind eraserpen with refil made of stick like the Tombow Mono One.

    My next Rakuten purchase will also include a bunch of erasers to test: Sakura Arch Foam in new black color, Sakura Foam block „stick”, Rabbit Junker (Sakura manufacturer), Kokuyo Campus Student, Pilot Clean Eraser, Pilot plastic eraser holder, Tombow Mono EN-MA and my so waited Hinodewashi Matomaru-Kun in classic block and the „stick” block. =)

  8. Lexikaliker

    No worries, Aluisio – I think I have understood you correctly :-) The stick version has a round diam­eter, just like a pencil, and the other one still counts as a block eraser. – I am eager to hear what you think of the erasers you will buy at Rakuten, especially of the Tombow Mono EN-MA!

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