Digital Shore durometer, type E, offers hardness value 90 DO to 20 A, measurement range 10~90 H, accuracy ≤ ± 1H, resolution 0.1H. Portable shore hardness tester measures materials with scale E hardness such as hard sponges and EVA.
Hardness value 90DO~20A and measurement range 10~90H is available.
- sisco Shore E hardness tester has an integrated design, small size and simple structure, easy to use, and intuitive reading.
- Portable Shore E hardness durometer has a low battery alarm indication and average value calculation function.
Supports USB data transfer/Bluetooth data output
- The digital Shore E hardness tester has automatic shutdown and manual shutdown functions.
- Shore E hardness durometer supports USB data transfer and can be connected to a PC. It also supports Bluetooth data output. These two items are optional, please contact us if you need them.
sisco Shore hardness testers are available in A, B, C, D, E, O, DO, and OO types to meet your needs for hardness measurement applications of different objects. Portable hardness testers are widely used in the hardness determination of rubber and plastics.
- Model: SISCO-AS-120E
- Hardness Scale: Type E
- Hardness Value: 90DO ~ 20A
- Measurement Range: 10~90H
- Accuracy: ≤±1H
- Resolution: 0.1H
- Display Range: 0~100H
- Case High impact resistance: ABS
- Operating Temperature: 0~40℃
- Power Supply: 2x1.5V AAA Um-4 Battery
- Indenter: 0.79 Truncated (frustum) cone
- Dimension: 170x63x24 mm
- Weight: 310 g (Not including batteries)
Applicable Materials: Hard sponge, EVA
- Standard Accessories: Main unit, test block, carrying case, operation manual
- *Optional Accessories: USB data output, BlueTooth data output (If you need USB/Bluetooth output, please contact us)
Q1: What is a Shore hardness tester?
A1: A Shore hardness tester (Shore durometer) is widely used in the hardness determination of rubber and plastics. It has a simple structure, convenient use, small size and light body, and intuitive reading. Digital Shore A/B/C/ D/DO/E/F/O/OO hardness testers are available on sisco.com.
Q2: What are the 6 steps of sisco hardness tester measurement?
- The specimen should allow the measurement to be taken at least 12 mm from any edge. The specimen surface should be flat and parallel to allow the presser face to contact the specimen over an area that has a minimum radius of 6mm from the durometer probe. The specimen may be constructed with layered pieces to achieve the necessary thickness requirements, however, measurements taken on these specimens may not agree with those made on solid specimens, due to the surface faces between layers not being in complete contact.
- Depress and release the “Power key" to power the tester on.
- Depress the "MAX" key till the mark MAX shows on the display.
- Hold the durometer vertically with the point of the indenter at least 12 mm from any edge. Apply the presser foot to the specimen as rapidly as possible, without shock, keeping the foot parallel to the surface of the specimen. Apply just sufficient force to obtain firm contact between the presser foot and the specimen. Hold for 1 or 2 seconds, the maximum reading can be obtained automatically.
- To take the next measurement, just depress the "Zero key" and repeat 4. On the other hand, you can depress the "Max hold key" till the mark MAX disappears from the display. And then repeat steps 3 and 4.
- If other than a maximum reading is needed, no need to set the mark "MAX” showing on the display. In such cases, the reading on the display is an instant value. Just hold the durometer in place without motion and obtain the reading after the required time interval ( Normally less than 1 second)
Tips: How do you physically measure the material’s hardness?
Different Shore hardness scales measure the resistance of a material to indentation. Shore durometers have a needle on a spring that protrudes at one end. The needle rests against the rubber or plastic and applies pressure. Once the gauge is firmly pressed against the material and the needle has penetrated as far as possible, the measuring needle will indicate the corresponding hardness measurement.
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