Hardness Scale: HV(HK Optional Available)
Hardness Conversion: HV, HR, HRC, HB, HK
N:0.098, 0.246, 0.49, 0.98, 1.96, 2.94, 4.90, 9.80, 19.6
gf: 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000
Turret Switch: Auto-Turret for Indenter and Objective
Indentation Measurement: digital Micrometer-Sensor Eyepiece (To measure the indention by optional Vickers Testing Software system)
Loading Control: Automatic (Loading, Dwell, Unloading)
Magnification of Microscope: Observation:10x/40x; Measurement:10x/40x
Magnification on of Eyepiece: 10x Digital Micrometer Eyepiece
Dwell Time: Adjustable 5~60s
Testing Range: 1HV~3000HV
Analogue X-Y Anvil: Size:100x100mm; Travel:25 x25mm; Resolution: 0.25um
Optical Channel: Two-Channel: Eyepiece/camera switchable
Illumination: Adjustable LED Light-source
Max. Height of Specimen: 90mm
Instrument Throat: 120mm
Operating Temperature: 23±5℃; <65%
Power Supply: AC220V/50Hz; AC110V/60Hz
Dimension (LxWxH): 530×290×490mm
Gross/Net Weight: 50Kg/40Kg
The micro hardness testing of materials allows for the determination of the hardness of small or thin specimens and small areas of larger specimens, Micro hardness testing is commonly used to determine characteristics of thin sheets, foils, fine wire, epoxies, paints, etc. and is often employed in R&D applications.
Micro hardness is especially useful in determining hardness variations, caused by hardening, quenching, plating, fabrication, welding or annealing, bonding, etc. Micro hardness testing can be accurately employed using loads as slight as 10 grams, somewhat less and considerably more in certain situation.
Optional Vickers hardness testing software is available for CDH (Carburized layer depth) measurement.