Vickers hardness tester
benchtopsemi-automatic

Vickers hardness tester
Vickers hardness tester
Vickers hardness tester
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Characteristics

Type
Vickers
Mounting
benchtop
Other characteristics
semi-automatic

Description

Low-Load Vickers Hardness Tester Test methods • - Vickers • - Knoop • - Brinell Test load • - 0.2 - 30 kg Versions • - Manual • - Semi-automatic • - Fully automatic Standards • - ISO 6507 • - ASTM E92 • - ASTM E384 • - ISO 4545 • - ISO 6506 • - ASTM E10 Standard compliant from manual to fully automatic The ZHV30 low-load Vickers hardness tester covers Vickers and Knoop hardness tests to ISO 6507, ISO 4545 and ASTM E 384 in the load range from HV0.2 to HV30. For more sophisticated or for automated applications, PC controlled versions are available as semi or fully automatic systems based on the high definition software (HD). Fully automatic ZHV30 hardness tester tests welded seams Welding is the generally accepted method for permanently joining all metals. The British company Code-A-Weld operates three independent services that offer a high standard of professionalism and care: testing of welding methods and qualification, non-destructive testing and mechanical testing. Advantages of the ZHV30 hardness tester • - Load levels with motorized load change: 0.2, 0.5, 1, 3, 5, 10, 30 (in kgf). • - Motorized turret for changing between indenter and lenses enables automatic test sequence. • - Turret for four lenses and one indenter eliminates risk of confusion. • - Load application via dead-weights guarantees test-force repeatability and long-term stability. • - Freely adjustable dwell times from 5 to 60 seconds. • - Individual lighting setting for each lens.

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