The Elcometer 1537 ISO Scratching Tool is a simple but effective instrument which is used to scratch the surface of samples in preparation for adhesion, salt spray and corrosion tests. The tool is held horizontally and pulled across the sample to produce the scratch. The Elcometer 1537 has a tungsten carbide blade which is set to give a 90° cutting angle with a 75° cutting edge. Certificate of Conformity available upon request. Elcometer 1537 ISO Scratching Tool – Specifications Part … Read More
The Elcometer 3000 Motorised Clemen Hardness Tester is a robust and accurate instrument for evaluating the resistance to scratching of a coated surface. The sample can be metal, wood, glass, plastic or other hard materials. A tool is fitted with an hemispherical tip of 1mm diameter (standard), lowered gradually on to the sample surface which is then pulled linearly 60mm. As the sample is pulled the tool lowers automatically on to the sample, moves along the sample and gently rises up at … Read More
The Elcometer 1538 Scratching Tool has interchangeable carbide cutters for the preparation of specimens to be used for corrosion testing. Supplied complete with a 0.5mm or 1mm cutter. An adjustment device to ensure accurate setting of the blade is available as an optional accessory.
The Elcometer 501 Pencil Hardness Tester, also referred to as the Wolff-Wilborn test, uses the varying hardness values of graphite pencils to evaluate a coating’s hardness. The Elcometer 501 Pencil Hardness Tester has been designed to ensure that the cylindrical pencil lead is maintained at a constant angle of 45° and exerts a force of 7.5N (1.68lbF). The pencil lead, prepared beforehand using the special sharpener and abrasive paper, is inserted into the Elcometer 501 hardness tester and pushed over … Read More
The Elcometer 3080 Pencil Hardness Tester – The set of Elcometer 3080 Hardness Testing Pencils is a simple but effective technique to evaluate the hardness of many coatings. The pencil lead, prepared beforehand by using the special pencil sharpener and rubbing it on fine abrasive paper (400 grade), is maintained at an angle of 45° and pushed with uniform pressure on to the sample, leaving either a superficial trace or causing destruction down to the substrate. The Elcometer 3080 Pencil … Read More
Measuring a coating’s hardness using the indentation method, the Elcometer 3095 Buchholz Hardness Tester consists of a bevelled disc indenting tool which is fitted into a stainless steel block exerting a constant test load of 500g. The gauge is places on to the coating for 30 seconds and the length of any subsequent indentation in the coating is measured using the graduated microscope.
The Elcometer 3025 Scratch Tester is a motorised device to test the resistance of many materials to scratching, shearing, gouging, marring, scraping and engraving. This portable instrument tests materials up to 12.7mm thick by 101mm square or round. The height of the scale beam is adjusted by the user to match the thickness of the sample. The tool, a conical diamond tip, is then placed on the sample and the instrument is activated by the user with the On/Off switch.
The Elcometer 3000 Clemen Hardness Tester is a robust and simple to use instrument for evaluating the resistance to scratching of a coated surface.A tool is fitted with an hemispherical tip of 1mm (0.04”) diameter (standard), lowered gradually on to the sample surface which is then pulled linearly 60mm (2.36”). Depending on the load applied, varying degrees of penetration of the tool into the coating are observed – from a superficial trace to total destruction.
The Elcometer 3092 Sclerometer Hardness Tester tests the hardness of a coating by moving a Tungsten Carbide Tip over the coating with predetermined force. The body of the instrument contains a cursor fitted with a screw lock and a round tip, compressed by one of the four springs corresponding to the four printed scales: Grey spring: 0-3N (0.671lbF) Red spring: 0-10N (2.248lbF) Blue spring: 0-20N (4.49lbF) Green spring: 0-30N (6.74lbF)