Rockwell Hardness Testing Instrument - Zwick ZHR

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The various hardness testers in the Rockwell product group are used for classical Rockwell methods (load 60 - 150 kg), Rockwell/superficial Rockwell combinations (load 15 - 150 kg) and superficial Rockwell methods (load 15 - 45 kg).

Key Advantages and Features

  • Comprehensive equipment included in delivery
  • RS232C interface as standard
  • Nose-mounted indenter allows testing at difficult-to-access measurement points
  • Separate indenter, for extended range of application
  • Completely automatic test sequence (including automatic evaluation) prevents operator influence on test results
  • High test-result reproducibility
  • Audible and visual signals when specified tolerances exceeded and during pre-load setting
  • Special specimen holders/grips to suit individual customer requirements
  • Rugged construction with zero-backlash, ball-bearing-mounted lead-screw
  • Test-area height up to 250 mm allows testing of larger workpieces

Range of Applications

  • Universal Rockwell (ZHR8150)
    as per ISO 6508 and ASTM E18.
    pre-load: 3, 10 kg. test load: 15, 30, 45, 60, 100, 150 kg.
    scales: A B C D E F G H K L M N P R S T V W X Y.
  • Classical Rockwell methods (ZHR4150)
    as per ISO 6508 and ASTM E18.
    pre-load: 10 kg. test load: 60, 100, 150 kg
    scales: A B C D E F G H K L M P R S V.
  • Rockwell for plastics (LKP)
    as per ISO 2039-2 and ASTM D785 (A & B).
  • Superficial Rockwell (ZHR4045)
    as per ISO 6508 and ASTM E18.
    pre-load: 3 kg. test load: 15, 30, 45 kg
    scales: N T W X Y.

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