Portable Universal Hardness Test Instrument (SU-200)
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- Model NO.: SU-200
- Measuring Range: HV
- Standard: ISO, ASTM
- Hardness Scale: Hv \ Hb \ HRC, Hld
- Operating Environment: Temperature:-10 Deg ~50 Deg ; Humidity: 30%~80%R.H
- Instrument Dimensions: 160X80X31mm
- Accuracy: Hv:3%Hv; HRC:1.5HRC; Hb:3%Hb
- Data Display: Loading Force, Testing-Times, Testing Result, Aver
- Specification: CE
- HS Code: 9024102000
- Type: Ultrasonic Hardness Tester
- Application: Metal
- Loading Force: 2kgf
- Hardness Indication: LCD Display
- Operating Voltage: DC 6V
- Net Weight: Approximate 500g
- Data Storage: to Save 2000-Groups of Measuring Data
- Trademark: SINOWON
- Origin: China
SU200 is a combined portable hardness tester which integrated the ultrasonic hardness testing method and dynamic Leeb hardness testing resolution in one instrument.
SU200 is updated product based on ultrasonic hardness tester SU100 and Leeb hardness tester SH500, it has full of functions of SU100 and SH500, so it supports all of static ultrasonic measuring probes and Leeb dynamic impact devices together.
Ultrasonic Hardness Testing apply UCI method: Ultrasonic Contact Impedance, a hardness testing method developed by Dr. Claus Kleesattel in 1961 based on the measurement of the frequency shift of a resonating rod caused by the essentially elastic nature of the finite area of contact between the indenter and the test piece during the penetration, the execute standard is ASTM A1038.
In conventional workbench hardness testing like Brinell or Vickers testing according to Test Methods E 10,E 92, and E 384, the hardness value is determined optically by the size of the indentation in the material generated by a certain test load, after the indenter has been removed.
In the mobile hardness test under applied load according to the UCI method, however, the size of the produced indents are not determined optically. Instead the contact area is derived from the electronically measured shift of an ultrasonic resonance frequency.
Vickers apply optical measurement, but only professional technicians can operate smoothly, impossible to measure hardness of heavy work piece, installed machinery and permanently assembled parts.
Leeb hardness tester apply rebound and indirect method to measure hardness, easily lead to big deviation when convert to Birnell, Rockwell and Vickers scales.
Ultrasonic hardness tester SU200 apply ultrasonic contact impedance method to do comparative hardness measurement for testing pieces, with advantages of high accuracy, efficiency, portable and easy operation.
When selecting a hardness tester for your application, it is important for you to consider the following:
A, Choose the correct test method based on the application.
Plan to use the highest test force and largest indenter possible. Consider the effects of the shape and dimensions of your test sample.
B, Verify the test results meet your requirements for accuracy and repeatability. There are significant differences between levels of performance within each classification of tester. A difficult job on one tester could be very simple and fast on another.
Answer these key questions:
1, What kind of hardness scale to be used?
2, What is the material to be tested, and is this material suitable to the type of test method you are considering?
3, How large is the part, component or specimen to be tested?
4, Is the test point difficult to reach?
5, What is the quantity of testing that will be done?
6, How accurate does your test result need to be?
7, What is your budget?
8, What is the required return on investment and do you have ways to measure reductions in costs- yields, throughput, operator efficiency?
9, What testing problems have you experienced in your current method?
10, How knowledgeable are the users of the tester?
|Product Name||Ultrasonic Hardness Tester|
|Loading Force||2Kgf(Optional: 1Kgf, 5Kgf, 10Kgf)|
|Indenter||136°Vickers Diamond Indenter|
|Impact Device||D (Optional: DC/D+15/DL/G/C/E)|
|Measuring Range||(50-999)HV; (20-70)HRC; (85-650)HB; (170-960)HLD|
|Measuring Accuracy||HV:±3%HV; HRC:±1.5HRC; HB:±3%HB; HLD:±5HLD;|
|Measuring Direction||Support 360°|
|Data Storage||To save 2000-groups of measuring data and 20-groups of calibration data|
|Hardness Scale||HV\HB\HRC, HLD|
|Data Display||Loading force, Testing-times, Testing result, Average,|
|Maximum, Minimum, Deviation and Conversion scale.|
|Hardness Indication||LCD display|
|Operating Environment||Temperature:-10 deg~50 deg; Humidity: 30%~80%R.H|
|Operating Voltage||DC 6V|
|Net Weight||Approximate 500g(Without probe)|
|Standard Delivery||Code#||Standard Delivery||Code#|
|Instrument Main Body||882-131||Probe Cable||882-801|
|2Kgf manual Probe HP-2k||882-321||USB Cable||882-851|
|Impact Devices Type D||882-410||Accessories Box||882-901|
|Probe Silicone Cap||882-711||Instrument Manual/Certificate||SU-200|
|Optional Accessories:||Code#||Optional Accessories:||Code#|
|1Kgf manual Probe HP-1k||882-311||Plan Support Ring||882-511|
|5Kgf manual Probe HP-5k||882-331||Small Cylinder Support Ring||882-521|
|10Kgf manual Probe HP-10k||882-341||Big Cylinder Support Ring||882-531|
|Deep Hole Probe Cap||882-721||Handy Silicone Shell||882-861|
|Hardness Block HRC||882-611||Mini-Printer||882-831|
|Hardness Block HV||882-651||Testing Stand MU-100||882-301|
|Manual Probe Specifications:|
|Oscillating Rod Diameter||2.4mm||2.4mm||3mm||3mm|
|Roughness of measuring surface||Ra<3.2um||Ra<5um||Ra<10um||Ra<15um|
|Motorized Probe Specifications:|
|Oscillating Rod Diameter||2.4mm||2.4mm||3mm||3mm|
|Min weight of test material||0.3kg||0.3kg||0.3kg||0.3kg|
|Support Ring Specifications:|
|Support Ring Name||Plan Support Ring||Small Cylinder Support Ring||Big Cylinder Support Ring|
|Application||Plan Test Piece||Diameter 8-22mm Test Piece||Diameter 16-80mm Test Piece|