Digital Brinell hardness Tester TDBH-A10


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Digital Brinell hardness Tester TDBH-A10


Digital Brinell Hardness Tester TDBH-A10 with advanced design tests the hardness of the material on Brinell scale. The traditional method of using heavy weights for Brinell testing is replaced by using photo/pressure sensor with more accurate results. It is used to determine the Brinell hardness of cast-iron, ferrous & non-ferrous metal, soft alloys & other nonmetallic materials. The digital display controls parameters like dwell time, test force etc.



Available Range :

Preliminary test force : 98 N Frequency (continually adjustable) : 10 Hz to1280 Hz + 0.01 % Preliminary test force : 98 N Test force : 9.8 N, 49 N, 98 N, 196 N, 294 N, 490 N Preliminary test force : 98 N Test force : 612.5 N, 980 N, 1225 N
Test force 612.5 N, 980 N, 1225 N
Brinell hardness test 1837.5 N, 2450 N, 4900 N/7350 N, 9800 N, 14700 N/29400 N
Hardness measuring area 8 to 650 HBW (hard metals steel ball)
Hardness indication Digital display
Ball indenter 2.5, 5, 10 mm
Magnification of Microscope 20x
Loading control Automatic
Standrad hardness block HBW/3000/10 with 150 to 250, HBW/1000/10 with 75 to 125, HBW/187.5/2.5 with 150 to 250
Maximum height of specimen 220 mm
Maximum depth of specimen 135 mm
Illumination light LED
Main body weight 123 kg
Dimension of machine 236 × 550 × 753 mm
Power supply AC 220 V, 50 Hz
  • Digital LCD display
  • Electric auto loading
  • High power optical measurement
  • Automatic loading control, unloading & dwell
  • LED light as illumination source
  • Computer software program for operations
  • Photo sensor & other system
  • Hardness scale conversion

Digital Brinell hardness tester has applications in inspection, research, metal & other non-destructive material industry.