Portable Dynamic Hardness Tester

Dynamic Hardness Tester is highly renowned in the market for unmatched quality, consistent performance, rust resistance, least preservation and longer service life. Color available is black, white and other. A number of measurement results stored in memory are 6000, 12400, and so on. Brinell Scale(HB) has 95, 100, 105, and 110 range.

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Dynamic Hardness Tester is highly renowned in the market for unmatched quality, consistent performance, corrosion resistance, minimum maintenance and longer service life. Dynamic Hardness Tester is an extremely lightweight, portable, fast & reliable hardness tester based on a novel, dynamic & Rapid test procedure with widest measuring ranges for metals.

 

OPERATION PRINCIPLE : 

Hardness measurements are based on the determination of the speed ratio of the hammer pin before and after the impact. At its end, the pin is equipped with a hard-alloy ball, which is in direct contact with the controlled surface at the moment of the impact. Inside the pin, there is a permanent magnet. When the release button is pressed, the pin is thrown onto the tested surface with the help of the previously retracted spring. At that, the pin moves inside the induction coil and with its magnetic field creates an electromotive force. The signal from the coil output is sent to the electronic module input, where it is converted into a hardness value of the selected scale and is indicated on the display.

 

 

ADVANTAGES : 

Measurement of metal and alloy hardness according to standardized hardness scales: Rockwell (HRC), Brinell (HB), Vickers (HV) and Shore (HSD).

Availability of three additional scales H1 (HL), H2, H3 for calibration of various hardness scales (for example, Leeb (HL), Rockwell B, Super-Rockwell, Brinell (HBW), etc.) for hardness control of steel and other metals (for example, cast iron, aluminum, etc.).

Use of Rm (Mpa) scales for determination of tensile strength.

The possibility of hardness control of items that are inaccessible for stationary hardness testers due to their dimensions.

Availability of archive and software for PC connection.

 

APPLICATIONS : 

 

In stores for Material identification.

Measurement of Hardness in confined spaces.

Variation in hardness over large work part.

Large & heavy components.

Permanently installed parts.

Surface hardened component or hardness on coatings.

 


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