Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Hardness Range:||2.4-6mm (8-650 HBW)||Indenter:||10mm Ball Indenter|
|PC OS:||Windows 7, 8, 10||PC Storage:||More Than 2GB|
digital hardness tester,
portable metal hardness tester
High Accuracy Brinell Indentation Measurement System with Automatic Data Saving
iBrin-T1a/b Brinell Indentation Measurement System with advanced visual technology to shoot the indentation by CCD camera lens, recognizing and measuring the diameter of the indentation automatically on laptop, and show the Brinell hardness value of the workpiece on the display directly.
It is usually used on site together with Brinell hardness test equipment. Measurement process efficient, simple, and reliable.
Features of Brinell Indentation Measurement System:
► Excellent Image Processing technology, 100% recognition rate for indentations on various surface finishing.
► Manual and automatic recognition available, with manual rarely used.
► Clear and sharp image from special designed annular light source and high-grade lenses, contrast is fantastic.
► Magnets inlaid camera can stick on work piece, without support and easy to move.
► Simple users interface and easy to use.
► Historical data automatic saving, available for review.
► Works in combination with any Brinell hardness tester.
Resolution: 1024 x 768
Test Range: 2.4-6mm (8-650 HBW)
Test Condition: 10 mm ball,3000/1500/500/250kgf
Accuracy: 1% HBW
CPU: more than 2GHz
Internal Storage: more than 2GB
Operation System: windows XP/32 bit or windows7/32 bit.
Principle of Brinell Test
The Brinell hardness test method consists of indenting the test material with a 10 mm diameter hardened carbide ball subjected to a load of 3000 kg. For softer materials the load can be reduced to 1500 kg or 500 kg to avoid excessive indentation.
The full load is normally applied for 10 to 15 seconds in the case of iron and steel and for at least 30 seconds in the case of other metals. The diameter of the indentation left in the test material is measured with a low powered microscope. The Brinell harness number is calculated by dividing the load applied by the surface area of the indentation.
The diameter of the impression is the average of two readings at right angles and the use of a Brinell hardness number table can simplify the determination of the Brinell hardness. A well structured Brinell hardness number reveals the test conditions, and looks like this, "75 HB 10/500/30" which means that a Brinell Hardness of 75 was obtained using a 10mm diameter hardened steel with a 500 kilogram load applied for a period of 30 seconds.
On tests of extremely hard metals a tungsten carbide ball is substituted for the steel ball. Compared to the other hardness test methods, the Brinell ball makes the deepest and widest indentation, so the test averages the hardness over a wider amount of material, which will more accurately account for multiple grain structures and any irregularities in the uniformity of the material. This method is the best for achieving the bulk or macro-hardness of a material, particularly those materials with heterogeneous structures.
Contact Person: Mr. Andy DAI