Triple Shore A

Triple Shore A

Measuring principle

Three indenters penetrate from the top surface of the sample simultaneously with a standard conformable force. Each measurement is then taken indenpently to generate three hardness values from one single operation. Samples with uneven surfaces can be compensated by individual bearing system in the device.  

Advantages

  • Time saving 
  • Automatic statistical evaluation   (Median / Average) 
  • Automatic error detection 
  • Descending speed of 3.2 mm/s according to the standard

Range of application 

Hardness determination on soft rubber, Elastomers, Natural rubber products, etc.

Standards

DIN ISO 7619 / DIN EN ISO 868 /
NF EN ISO 868 / ASTM D 2240 / JISK 6253 

Technical Data

  • Memory for 300 measured values 
  • Plug-in power supply: 100-240V;   50-60 Hz
  • Data output RS 232 
  • Dimensions: LxWxH 20 x 16 x 45 cm 
  • Weight: 13.5 kg
 

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Services

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  • Calibaration 
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  • Measurement Service 
  • Maintenance Contract 
  • Training

Accessories

Barofixzoom

Barofix 

centring device for a quick  centring of O-rings of a cord  diameter between  0,6 to 5,0 mm 

Outer diameter to 50 mm

 
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Barofix

With plexiglas plate (200 x 200 mm) and a sample clamping device Quick centering device for O-Rings with a cord diameter from 0.6 to 8.0 mm and  max. outer diameter of 200 mm 

Plexiglas plates with different  sizes are available.

 
Centrofixzoom

Centrofix 

centring device for quick centring of rubber tubes or hoses

 
Referenzelastomerblöckezoom

Reference plates

Standard rubber blocks are used to ensure the metrological capability of the measuring device acc. to IRHD during the frequency of recalibration. The rubber blocks are embedded in a holder made of stainless steel.       

 
Softwarezoom

Hardtest - the test - and evaluation software program

Applicable for all electronic Bareiss testing devices with a serial interface. The programme contains all functions which are necessary for a faultless process

 
DAkkS/DKD calibration certificate

DAkkS/DKD calibration certificate

When a measuring instrument is being calibrated, the given deviation is determined by various measurements versus standard references. A calibration certificate is then issued indicating the measuring results and the corresponding measurement uncertainties and the instrument is marked as calibrated. 

All documents together with the calibration certificate provide traceability of national standards.

 

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