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|Resolution:||0.1HR||Dwell Time:||0 - 60 Seconds, Adjustable|
|Data Output:||Built-in Mini Printer, RS232||Reading:||Directly Shows On LCD|
|Vertical:||Max Height 175mm||Horizontal:||Max 165mm|
digital hardness tester,
portable metal hardness tester
Rockwell Plastic Hardness Tester With Printer And Hardness Conversion
iRock-437D Digital plastics Rockwell hardness tester equips with a newly-designed large displaying screen with good reliability, excellent operation and easy reading.
It can show and set the present scale, test force, test indenter, dwell time and hardness conversion.
The main functions as follows:
1, Support all the plastics Rockwell scales;
2, Support Hardness Conversion;
3, Test results can be saved and printed out,
4, Support statistics and automatically calculate maximum, minimum and average value;
5, With RS232 interface for data transferring to computer.
Suitable for hard plastics, hard rubbers, aluminum, tin, copper, soft steel, synthetic resins and fricative materials etc.
|Initial Test Force||10kgf (98.07N)|
|Total Test Force||60kgf (558.4N), 100kgf (980.7N), 150kgf (1471N)|
|Indenter||Ф3.175mmBall Indenter, Ф6.35mmBall Indenter, Ф12.7mmBall Indenter|
|Loading Method||Automatic (Loading/Dwell/Unloading)|
|Hardness Reading||LCD Screen Display|
|Test Scale||HRA, HRD, HRC, HRF, HRB, HRG, HRH, HRE, HRK, HRL, HRM, HRP, HRR, HRS, HRV|
|Conversion Scale||HV, HK, HRA, HRB, HRC, HRD, HRE, HRF, HRG, HRK, HR15N, HR30N, HR45N, HR15T, HR30T, HR45T, HS, HBW|
|Data Output||Built-in Printer, RS232 Interface|
|Max. Height of Specimen||175mm|
|Execute Standard||ISO 6508, ASTM E-18, JIS Z2245, GB/T 230.2|
|Dimension||520×215×700mm, Packing Dimension: 650×370×950mm|
|Weight||Net Weight: 78kg, Gross Weight: 100kg|
|Instrument Main Body||1 set||Ф3.175mmBall Indenter||1 pc|
|Ф6.35mmBall Indenter||1 pc||Ф12.7mmBall Indenter||1 pc|
|Middle Plane Test Table||1 pc||Large Plane Test Table||1 pc|
|V-shaped Test Table||1 pc||Hardness Block 75~85 HRE||1 pc|
|Hardness Block 110~120 HRL||1 pc||Hardness Block 100~110 HRM||1 pc|
|Hardness Block 115~125 HRR||1 pc||Weight A, B, C||3 pcs|
|Power Cable||1 pc||Fuse 2A||2 pcs|
|Level||1 pc||Horizontal Regulating Screw||4 pcs|
|Screw Driver||1 pc||Spanner||1 pc|
|Anti-dust Cover||1 pc||Usage Instruction Manual||1 copy|
The Rockwell test consists of measuring the additional depth to which a carbide ball or diamond penetrator is forced by a heavy (major) load beyond the depth of a previously applied light (minor) load (SET point).
The minor load is applied first and a SET position is established on the dial gauge or displacement sensor of the Rockwell tester. Then the major load is applied. Without moving the piece being tested, the major load is removed and, with the minor load still applied, the Rockwell hardness number is automatically indicated on the dial gauge or digital display.
The diamond penetrator is used for testing materials such as hardened steels and cemented carbides. The carbide ball penetrators, available with 1/16 inch, 1/8 inch, 1/4 inch, and 1/2 inch diameter, are used when testing materials such as steel-copper alloys, aluminum and plastics to name a few.
Rockwell testing falls into two categories: Regular Rockwell testing (e.g., C and B scales) and Rockwell superficial testing (e.g., 30 N and 30 T scales).
High Rockwell hardness numbers represent hard materials and low numbers soft materials.
Contact Person: Mr. Andy DAI