The New Generation of portable Hardness Leeb type Series offer the most affordable but accurate testing solution for on-site testing in workshops and in field operation for quality assurance and conforms to Leeb Test Methods ASTM A956 and new standard DIN 50156-1.
The slim and ergonomic M-290 has an integrated impact device type D, which makes it a revolutionary pocket type tester. Any metal product with a minimum solid mass of 2 kg or more can be tested in any hardness scale. Test results appear immediately on back-lit display.
The M Series features standard batteries, internal memory and an RS-232 output. Various support rings allow for testing on a wide variety of part geometries.
Features of Wolpert Wilson M-290 Portable Hardness Tester
Integrated Impact Device type D Converts directly to scales HV, HB, HRC, HRB, HRA, HS and Tensile Strength
Highly accurate Â± 0.5% at 800 HL
Limits setting with auto-indication
Correction for impact direction 360 degrees
Standard AAA batteries to avoid charging time
Immediate display of test results
Direct keys for test setup
Internal storage of measured values
Downloading via RS-232
Portable thermal mini-printer
PC interface software included at no charge
Large display with back-light feature
Light weight but strong anti-shock casing with sealed membrane keypad
Hylec Controls | Test Equipment Suppliers and Integrators
Hylec Control was first established in 1979 and initially started operation as a developer and manufacturer of analogue control systems. These were specially customised hydraulic applications, using servo valve technology. Hylec inarguably acclaims to be one of a few companies that have the knowledge and experience to service and repair most servo brands past and present.
Today, Hylec while still maintaining their core business in supply and service of quality servo valves also provides the latest equipment for the Test, Measurement, Construction, Building, Automotive & Aviation industries.
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