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Kern Ultrasound Hardness Testing Device HO Kern Ultrasound hardness testing device is ideally suited for mobile hardness testing, where the main emphasis is on obtaining rapid and precise results. The SAUTER HO measures using a Vickers Diamond tip, which is pressed into the test piece with a defined force. After that the tip is moved into high-frequency ultrasound vibrations, the hardness is derived from the attenuation. Ideal for measuring small forgings, castings, welding points, punched parts, casting tools, ball bearings, flanks of gear wheels and for measuring the influence of warmth or heat. Features and Benefits • Advantages compared with Rockwell and Brinell: Less test force and therefore only microscopic, small penetrations means that the testing is less destructive • Advantages compared with Vickers: Demanding optical measuring is not required. You can therefore carry out measurements directly on-site, for example, on a permanently installed workpiece • Advantages compared with Leeb: The high requirements for the weight of the test object are no longer required • Mini Statistics Function: Display of the measuring result, the number of measurements, the maximum and minimum value as well as the average value and the standard deviation • Measurement data memory saves up to 1000 measurement groups each with 20 individual values Calibration: The device can be adjusted to standard hardness comparison plates and to individual reference standards Standards DIN 50159-1-2008, ASTMA1038-2005, JB/T9377-2013 Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whet...
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Shore Hardness Tester, Analogue HB Series hardness tester with slave pointer for measuring penetration depth Shore A: rubber, elastomer, neoprene rubber, silicon rubber, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, natural leather and similar materials Shore C/0: foam, sponge Shore D: plastics, synthetic resin, resopal, epoxide, perspex etc. Max. mode for recording peak values Point mode shows stable measurement value Dimensions: L x W x H: 115 x 60 x 25 mm Weight: 160 g Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Shore Hardness Tester, Analogue HB Series hardness tester with slave pointer for measuring penetration depth Shore A: rubber, elastomer, neoprene rubber, silicon rubber, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, natural leather and similar materials Shore C/0: foam, sponge Shore D: plastics, synthetic resin, resopal, epoxide, perspex etc. Max. mode for recording peak values Point mode shows stable measurement value Dimensions: L x W x H: 115 x 60 x 25 mm Weight: 160 g Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Sauter
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HMM Digital Hardness Tester The professional HMM series Leeb Hardness Tester from Sauter. Mobile and offering advanced features, ideal for a range of applications. The HMM Hardness Tester works by accelerating the internal bounce module against the tested item. Depending on object hardness, the kinetic energy of the module is absorbed. Speed reduction is measured and converted to hardness values. Automatic recognition of the impact External impact sensor 360° Measurement directions possible Calibration block included Wireless IR printer included Mini statistics function Automatic unit conversion Mains or battery powered Supplied with Impact sensor Wireless IR printer Calibration block Hard carry case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Kern Analogue Shore Hardness Tester A compact hand held durometer with drag indicator. Ideal for internal comparison measurement. Supplied in a wooden carrying case for safe and secure storage. Typical Application • Measurement of penetration (Shore) Feature and Benefits • Mechanical shore hardness meter • For internal comparison measurement. Standard calibrations e.g. to DIN 53505 are often not possible because of narrow standard tolerances • Shore A: Rubber, elastomers, neoprene, silicone, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, leather and similar material • Shore D: Plastics, Formica, epoxies, plexi glass etc. • Shore A0: Foam, sponge etc. • Max Mode: Holds the maximum value in the display • Point Mode: Shows one instant value • Can be attached to test stands SAUTER TI-A0 (for Shore A and A0), TI-D. (for Shore D) Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore spe...
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Sauter
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HN-D Digital Hardness Tester The HN-D Pen style Leeb Hardness Tester from Sauter. Offering advanced features, ideal for a wide range of applications. The Hardness Tester works by accelerating the internal bounce module against the tested item. Depending on object hardness, the kinetic energy of the module is absorbed. Speed reduction is measured and converted to hardness values. User-friendly operation LCD display 360° Measurement directions possible Measurement value display Internal data memory USB data output Mains or battery powered Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Rohs Verified
Kern Analogue Shore Hardness Tester A compact hand held durometer with drag indicator. Ideal for internal comparison measurement. Supplied in a wooden carrying case for safe and secure storage. Typical Application • Measurement of penetration (Shore) Feature and Benefits • Mechanical shore hardness meter • For internal comparison measurement. Standard calibrations e.g. to DIN 53505 are often not possible because of narrow standard tolerances • Shore A: Rubber, elastomers, neoprene, silicone, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, leather and similar material • Shore D: Plastics, Formica, epoxies, plexi glass etc. • Shore A0: Foam, sponge etc. • Max Mode: Holds the maximum value in the display • Point Mode: Shows one instant value • Can be attached to test stands SAUTER TI-A0 (for Shore A and A0), TI-D. (for Shore D) Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore spe...
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Sauter Digital Coating Thickness Gauges A range of premium hand held Coating Thickness Gauges from Sauter. Designed for use on ferrous or non-ferrous materials. The offset-accur function allows you to adjust the instrument precisely on the locally measured range by a two-point calibration. Sauter Digital Thickness Gauges have an internal memory. Offering the ability to store up to 99 measurements which can then be transferred to a computer. Available with an internal or external sensor Scan mode Base plate and calibration foil included RS-232 data interface Battery operation 2 x 1.5 V AAA Minimal base thickness: 0.3 mm Supplied with Software Interface Cable Hard Storage Case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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UCI Hardness Tester
Kern Ultrasound Hardness Testing Device HO Kern Ultrasound hardness testing device is ideally suited for mobile hardness testing, where the main emphasis is on obtaining rapid and precise results. The SAUTER HO measures using a Vickers Diamond tip, which is pressed into the test piece with a defined force. After that the tip is moved into high-frequency ultrasound vibrations, the hardness is derived from the attenuation. Ideal for measuring small forgings, castings, welding points, punched parts, casting tools, ball bearings, flanks of gear wheels and for measuring the influence of warmth or heat. Features and Benefits • Advantages compared with Rockwell and Brinell: Less test force and therefore only microscopic, small penetrations means that the testing is less destructive • Advantages compared with Vickers: Demanding optical measuring is not required. You can therefore carry out measurements directly on-site, for example, on a permanently installed workpiece • Advantages compared with Leeb: The high requirements for the weight of the test object are no longer required • Mini Statistics Function: Display of the measuring result, the number of measurements, the maximum and minimum value as well as the average value and the standard deviation • Measurement data memory saves up to 1000 measurement groups each with 20 individual values Calibration: The device can be adjusted to standard hardness comparison plates and to individual reference standards Standards DIN 50159-1-2008, ASTMA1038-2005, JB/T9377-2013 Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whet...
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Sauter TF 1250-0.1FN FN
Sauter Digital Coating Thickness Gauges A range of premium hand held Coating Thickness Gauges from Sauter. Designed for use on ferrous or non-ferrous materials. The offset-accur function allows you to adjust the instrument precisely on the locally measured range by a two-point calibration. Sauter Digital Thickness Gauges have an internal memory. Offering the ability to store up to 99 measurements which can then be transferred to a computer. Available with an internal or external sensor Scan mode Base plate and calibration foil included RS-232 data interface Battery operation 2 x 1.5 V AAA Minimal base thickness: 0.3 mm Supplied with Software Interface Cable Hard Storage Case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Sauter HBD 100-0 Durometer
Shore Hardness Tester, Analogue HB Series hardness tester with slave pointer for measuring penetration depth Shore A: rubber, elastomer, neoprene rubber, silicon rubber, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, natural leather and similar materials Shore C/0: foam, sponge Shore D: plastics, synthetic resin, resopal, epoxide, perspex etc. Max. mode for recording peak values Point mode shows stable measurement value Dimensions: L x W x H: 115 x 60 x 25 mm Weight: 160 g Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Sauter HBA 100-0 Durometer
Shore Hardness Tester, Analogue HB Series hardness tester with slave pointer for measuring penetration depth Shore A: rubber, elastomer, neoprene rubber, silicon rubber, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, natural leather and similar materials Shore C/0: foam, sponge Shore D: plastics, synthetic resin, resopal, epoxide, perspex etc. Max. mode for recording peak values Point mode shows stable measurement value Dimensions: L x W x H: 115 x 60 x 25 mm Weight: 160 g Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Sauter HMM Leeb
HMM Digital Hardness Tester The professional HMM series Leeb Hardness Tester from Sauter. Mobile and offering advanced features, ideal for a range of applications. The HMM Hardness Tester works by accelerating the internal bounce module against the tested item. Depending on object hardness, the kinetic energy of the module is absorbed. Speed reduction is measured and converted to hardness values. Automatic recognition of the impact External impact sensor 360° Measurement directions possible Calibration block included Wireless IR printer included Mini statistics function Automatic unit conversion Mains or battery powered Supplied with Impact sensor Wireless IR printer Calibration block Hard carry case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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Sauter TF 1250-0.1FN FN
Sauter Digital Coating Thickness Gauges A range of premium hand held Coating Thickness Gauges from Sauter. Designed for use on ferrous or non-ferrous materials. The offset-accur function allows you to adjust the instrument precisely on the locally measured range by a two-point calibration. Sauter Digital Thickness Gauges have an internal memory. Offering the ability to store up to 99 measurements which can then be transferred to a computer. Available with an internal or external sensor Scan mode Base plate and calibration foil included RS-232 data interface Battery operation 2 x 1.5 V AAA Minimal base thickness: 0.3 mm Supplied with Software Interface Cable Hard Storage Case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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UCI Hardness Tester
Kern Ultrasound Hardness Testing Device HO Kern Ultrasound hardness testing device is ideally suited for mobile hardness testing, where the main emphasis is on obtaining rapid and precise results. The SAUTER HO measures using a Vickers Diamond tip, which is pressed into the test piece with a defined force. After that the tip is moved into high-frequency ultrasound vibrations, the hardness is derived from the attenuation. Ideal for measuring small forgings, castings, welding points, punched parts, casting tools, ball bearings, flanks of gear wheels and for measuring the influence of warmth or heat. Features and Benefits • Advantages compared with Rockwell and Brinell: Less test force and therefore only microscopic, small penetrations means that the testing is less destructive • Advantages compared with Vickers: Demanding optical measuring is not required. You can therefore carry out measurements directly on-site, for example, on a permanently installed workpiece • Advantages compared with Leeb: The high requirements for the weight of the test object are no longer required • Mini Statistics Function: Display of the measuring result, the number of measurements, the maximum and minimum value as well as the average value and the standard deviation • Measurement data memory saves up to 1000 measurement groups each with 20 individual values Calibration: The device can be adjusted to standard hardness comparison plates and to individual reference standards Standards DIN 50159-1-2008, ASTMA1038-2005, JB/T9377-2013 Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whet...
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Sauter HB0 100-0.
Kern Analogue Shore Hardness Tester A compact hand held durometer with drag indicator. Ideal for internal comparison measurement. Supplied in a wooden carrying case for safe and secure storage. Typical Application • Measurement of penetration (Shore) Feature and Benefits • Mechanical shore hardness meter • For internal comparison measurement. Standard calibrations e.g. to DIN 53505 are often not possible because of narrow standard tolerances • Shore A: Rubber, elastomers, neoprene, silicone, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, leather and similar material • Shore D: Plastics, Formica, epoxies, plexi glass etc. • Shore A0: Foam, sponge etc. • Max Mode: Holds the maximum value in the display • Point Mode: Shows one instant value • Can be attached to test stands SAUTER TI-A0 (for Shore A and A0), TI-D. (for Shore D) Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore spe...
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Kern HB0 100-0.
Kern Analogue Shore Hardness Tester A compact hand held durometer with drag indicator. Ideal for internal comparison measurement. Supplied in a wooden carrying case for safe and secure storage. Typical Application • Measurement of penetration (Shore) Feature and Benefits • Mechanical shore hardness meter • For internal comparison measurement. Standard calibrations e.g. to DIN 53505 are often not possible because of narrow standard tolerances • Shore A: Rubber, elastomers, neoprene, silicone, vinyl, soft plastics, felt, leather and similar material • Shore D: Plastics, Formica, epoxies, plexi glass etc. • Shore A0: Foam, sponge etc. • Max Mode: Holds the maximum value in the display • Point Mode: Shows one instant value • Can be attached to test stands SAUTER TI-A0 (for Shore A and A0), TI-D. (for Shore D) Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore spe...
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Sauter HN-D Leeb
HN-D Digital Hardness Tester The HN-D Pen style Leeb Hardness Tester from Sauter. Offering advanced features, ideal for a wide range of applications. The Hardness Tester works by accelerating the internal bounce module against the tested item. Depending on object hardness, the kinetic energy of the module is absorbed. Speed reduction is measured and converted to hardness values. User-friendly operation LCD display 360° Measurement directions possible Measurement value display Internal data memory USB data output Mains or battery powered Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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UCI Hardness Tester
Kern Ultrasound Hardness Testing Device HO Kern Ultrasound hardness testing device is ideally suited for mobile hardness testing, where the main emphasis is on obtaining rapid and precise results. The SAUTER HO measures using a Vickers Diamond tip, which is pressed into the test piece with a defined force. After that the tip is moved into high-frequency ultrasound vibrations, the hardness is derived from the attenuation. Ideal for measuring small forgings, castings, welding points, punched parts, casting tools, ball bearings, flanks of gear wheels and for measuring the influence of warmth or heat. Features and Benefits • Advantages compared with Rockwell and Brinell: Less test force and therefore only microscopic, small penetrations means that the testing is less destructive • Advantages compared with Vickers: Demanding optical measuring is not required. You can therefore carry out measurements directly on-site, for example, on a permanently installed workpiece • Advantages compared with Leeb: The high requirements for the weight of the test object are no longer required • Mini Statistics Function: Display of the measuring result, the number of measurements, the maximum and minimum value as well as the average value and the standard deviation • Measurement data memory saves up to 1000 measurement groups each with 20 individual values Calibration: The device can be adjusted to standard hardness comparison plates and to individual reference standards Standards DIN 50159-1-2008, ASTMA1038-2005, JB/T9377-2013 Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whet...
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Sauter TG 1250-0.1FN FN
Sauter Digital Coating Thickness Gauges A range of premium hand held Coating Thickness Gauges from Sauter. Designed for use on ferrous or non-ferrous materials. The offset-accur function allows you to adjust the instrument precisely on the locally measured range by a two-point calibration. Sauter Digital Thickness Gauges have an internal memory. Offering the ability to store up to 99 measurements which can then be transferred to a computer. Available with an internal or external sensor Scan mode Base plate and calibration foil included RS-232 data interface Battery operation 2 x 1.5 V AAA Minimal base thickness: 0.3 mm Supplied with Software Interface Cable Hard Storage Case Parallels, Surface Finish & Hardness Surface Finish Any machined component has a surface geometry which consists of three basic elements: Form or Curvature - Whether the surface has irregular bumps or dimensional changes Waviness - Whether the surface has regular repetitive ripples or patterns (e.g. milling patterns) Roughness - The shapes or irregularities that are smaller than, and form part of the waviness pattern (e.g. material micro-structure) Waviness and roughness are traditionally the most difficult elements to measure when comparing surface finish, however, they have a radical effect on the performance of the finished component. Variations will cause aesthetic appearance changes, component wear variations, oil retention variation etc. Many manufacturers therefore specify a range of roughness values which their components should be manufactured to, often expressed as: Ra, Rq (RMS), RzDIN, Ry, Sm,mm.
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