The Icephobic Comparative Jet Pulsating Rain Erosion ICP jet setup, developed by the AMIL team, can propel a high-velocity water jet vertically through a 0.8 mm diameter spray nozzle using a 14.8 MPa water-pressure machine. The continuous water jet is then separated into shorter jets by a rotating disc with 20 orifices (10 mm in diameter), resulting in a 40 Hz impact frequency on the sample. Using these test conditions, the simulated 2-mm-diameter droplet, or slug, hits the surface at about 180 m/s. Erosion tests are performed following a path of incremental series of impacts. For each studied surface, five erosion test repeats are performed on five sample replicates. The same test samples, flat bare Al 6061 T6, as the Centrifuge Ice Adhesion Test are used. Each impact site is studied under a microscope (DG Microsystems 20) to determine the results. Moreover, a picture of the whole test sample is taken showing the evolution of coating erosion. Erosion resistance corresponds to the number of impacts needed to damage at least four of the five sites in a row. Results are compared to benchmark results previously obtained with SAE AMS-C-83231A aircraft paint.