The NEW TH5431 Digital Shore D Hardness Tester is ideal for testing hardness of hard plastics and rubbers. Features of the TIME TH5431 Digital Shore D Durometer Hardness Tester Built-in displacement sensor. Compact size, easy to carry and convenient to use. 1.3-inch OLED display screen, 128 x 64 graphic dot matrix, clear to read information. Two testing modes to meet actual measuring requirements: Real-time testing mode and Peak-value-lock mode. Optional operation stand. 200 groups of average peak values can be … Read More
The TH200 Shore A Digital Portable Hardness Tester is used for shore hardness testing. Pocket size model with integrated probe Meets DIN 53505, ASTM D 2240, ISO 7619 RS-232C data output Operating stand optional Bright & clear LCD display 300 hours continuous use with standard batteries:no cables!
The Affri 3001 Shore A Hardness Tester, tests by using a point that penetrates the material under spring pressure, with variable force depending on the model. A direct reading is displayed on the dial which is graduated from 0 to 100 Shore Hardness Units. Features of the Affri 3001 Shore A Hardness Tester Slim measuring nose to ensure exact measurement, as well as on small components. Suitable for tires, soft flexible rubber, plastic, PVC, polyester, neoprene, leather, Thiokol & Nitrile … Read More
The Elcometer 3120 range of Shore A and Shore D Durometers is widely used to test the hardness of soft materials. A round point indents the material under a fixed force spring and the hardness is displayed on the dial in Shore Hardness Units.The instrument can be used either hand-held or fitted to an optional stand for increased repeatability. Note: The Elcometer 3120 range of Shore Durometers encompasses several hardness values. The Elcometer 3120 Shore Durometer can be used in … Read More
The Elcometer 3101 Barcol Impressor Hardness Tester is an easy to use hardness tester, ideal for measuring hardness of soft metals, plastics, glass fibre and leather. Making sure the indenter point is perpendicular to the surface being tested, the instrument is placed onto the sample and a light pressure is exerted against the instrument driving the spring-loaded indenter point into the material and the hardness reading is instantly indicated on the dial. No waiting, pre-loading or separate measurements are required. … Read More