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The elasticity of polymeric foam materials can be analyzed with a Bareiss Ball Rebound Tester, by measuring the rebound height of a ball after the free fall and impact on a test specimen. The Bareiss Ball Rebound Tester is a testing device specifically for the resilience of materials such as foam, polyurethane, and other materials.
Hardness determination on soft rubber, highly elastic materials, soft deformable materials e.g. thin-wall O-Rings.
The Digi test II is an automatic test system for Shore, IRHD and VLRH
An electronic control unit with a large LCD display serves as the main interface of the system and displays the user’s information for measuring time, method, measurement, and various selectable features.
The HPE Fff is designed for testing the firmness / hardness of fruits, vegetables, meat, and fish.
Common applications include peaches, apricots, plums, cherries, tomatoes, strawberries, apples, avocados, kohlrabi, carrots, cucumbers, radish, and more.
Ultra-Precision Digital Durometer Conforming to DIN ISO 7619, DIN EN ISO 868, ASTM D2240, NF EN ISO 868, JISK 6253
Adjustable timer function, temperature measurement, USB output
Available Scales A and D
Fully automatic gelatin capsule digital hardness test system
FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Compliant with a 3-Q Validation Report
The HPE Pusey & Jones Plastometer is designed for testing the hardness of rubber and rubber-like materials. It is typically used for testing rubber rollers used by the paper industry.
Conforms to: ISO 7267-3, ASTM D 531
Bareiss HP Analog Durometer
Available Scales: A, D, O, B C, DO, AO, E, OO, OOO, OOOS, E & Asker C
Manually Operated Durometer Test Stand
For Bareiss HP and HPE Durometers
Felt Tension Meter
Measuring Range: 0-120 pli
Measures the running tension of dryer felts, forming fabrics
Abrasion tester for rubber products such as tires, conveyor belts, tubes, shoe soles, floor coatings, etc.
The Digi Chamber hardness testing of elastomeric materials under temperature influence.