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PTC® Shore O Scale e2000 Durometer #501/O
PTC® Shore O Scale e2000 Durometer
Shore O Scale e2000 Analog Durometer Model 501/O
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PTC® Shore O Scale Analog e2000 Durometer
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Type O durometers measure the hardness of soft printing rollers, nylon, rayon, orlon, artgume, and textile windings.
All durometers come complete with precision aircraft aluminum test block and carrying case. The test blocks are color-coded to match the durometer type. The blocks will read within ±1 point of a properly functioning durometer.
Specifications 501-O Durometer
1.25" Diameter Base - The Optimal Size & Shape for Making Measurements
Max Hold Pointer Standard
Easy to Read 0 to 100 Point Dial
Accessory Test Stands Available for all Models
NIST/A2LA to ISO 17025 Certification Available
Includes Precision Aluminum Test Block & Carrying Case
Meets or exceeds current ASTM D2240 Specs
Range (Type O) 0-100 points
Accuracy of ±1 Point
Height 6 in. (15.2 cm)
Width 2-1/4 in. (5.7 cm)
Depth 1-1/2 in. (3.8 cm)
Weight 12 oz. (170 g)
Shipping Weight 3lb (1.4kg)
For a complete calibration check of mainspring, and visual and mechanical check of indenter, the instrument should be returned to PTC® (see Guarantee & Calibration Service) or refer to ASTM D2240 Specifications. PTC® recommends the unit be returned at least every 12 months for this check. For a quick field check, follow the guideline below. Under no circumstance should a test block be used as a standard to calibrate a durometer.
1. The pointer should read zero when no force is applied to the indenter of the durometer.
2. Hand hold the durometer and insert the indenter into the hole of the calibrated test block. Apply enough force to make firm contact between the top surface of the test block and the base of the durometer. The dial reading should agree with the value stamped on the check block (±1). Several tests should be made and the results averaged.
3. The indenter must protrude 0.098 to 0.100 inches below the base of the durometer.
4. When the indenter is fully displaced, the durometer should read 100 points. Use care as to not damage the tip of the indenter.
Hydraulic Durometer Stand 7000A
Deadweight Durometer Stand 478
Type A Test Block Kit #400A
PTC® Stand for A | B | E | O Durometers #478
PTC® Hydraulic Stand A | B | O Durometers #7000A
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