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Phase II PHT-960 Durometer, Shore A scale

WZ-54103-07
$199.00 USD/EACH

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  • An easy way to test hardness of rubber, plastic, and other nonmetallic materials
  • Easily and accurately measure the hardness of rubbers and plastics
These durometers are available in type A for use with soft rubber plastics and elastomers; type D for use with hard rubber and plastics such as thermo plastics and flooring; and type micro A for materials as thin as 0.03". Models are also available with NIST certificate.These hand held durometers are designed to measure hardness with the highest level of accuracy. Units are easy to set up and use, and the lightweight, ergonomic design make them ideal for taking precise and consistent measurements in the lab or out in the field.
Model PHT-960 (Shore A durometer) is designed to measure the hardness of soft rubber materials such as vulcanized (tyre) and natural nitrile, as well as elastomeric (rubber like) materials such as neoprene, thiokol, polyacrylic esters, and flexible polyacrilic esters. Unit is also designed to measure the hardness of wax, felt, leather, and more.
Model PHT-980 (Shore D durometer) is designed to measure the hardness of hard rubber materials such as rigid thermoplastics, plexiglass, thermoploystrene, vinyl, sheet, cellulode acetate, and thermosetting laminates (i.e. - formica). Unit can also be used to measure the hardness of materials that would not normally indent under fingernail pressure, such as a pocket comb or bowling ball.

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Type A has a flat cone point 35° included angle.
Type D has a sharp cone point 30° included angle.
Type Micro A has a sharp cone point 30° included angle.

What's Included:
carrying case and one SR44 button cell battery.
Dimensions (" H) 4.75
Dimensions (" D) 1.5
Range 0 to 1000 HSA (0 to 100 HSD)
Accuracy < ± 1 grade HSA
Dimensions (" W) 2.9
Dimensions (" L) 2.9
Power SR44 button cell (included)
Product Type Durometer
Manufacturer number PHT-960
Model PHT-960
Brand Phase II
Resolution 0.5 H

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    • Q:

      What is the minimum material thickness required for this durometer tester?
      Asked on 10/1/2014 by Christopher

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      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        The minimum thickness required for this unit is 1/4".

        Answered on 10/1/2014 by Charlsie
    • Q:

      Will the probe make a indentation in the rubber? Do you have a flat tip probe?
      Asked on 6/21/2012 by Tim from Providence, RI

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      • STAFF EXPERT

        A:

        It does make a slight indentation in rubber. The indentation it makes also depends on the hardness of the rubber and its elasticity. There are no flat tips available since the angle of the tip is mandated for this type of test.

        Answered on 6/21/2012 by Alyssa from Tech Support
    • Q:

      Can this meter measure Rockwell hardness?
      Asked on 8/3/2011 by Anonymous from USA

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      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        No, this unit will not expressed measured values in Rockwell units. Shore A values are generally softer than the range Rockwell tests are in. The Rockwell value is more closely related to Shore D testers (like part number 54103-09). However, there may not be an accurate correlation between a Shore D and Rockwell value. Please call or email us for further assistance.

        Answered on 8/5/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
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