Product Description

The PTC® Model 302SL is designed to measure the hardness of a wide variety of foams, sponges and similar materials. The unique 1 cm² flat, circular indentor and 142 gf mainspring are PTC® exclusives!

This durometer can be used either with PTC® test stands or as a hand—held tester. Please refer to the ‘PTC® Durometer Stand’ sections for appropriate applications.

The PTC® Model 302SL offers an economical alternative to ‘ILD’ testers! They come complete with carrying case and test block. The durometers come standard with an ancillary hand (maximum reading hand) for indicating peak readings.

PTC® Soft Materials Durometer: Features Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.
  • Rugged Die Cast Aluminum Frame;
  • Stainless Steel Coil Mainspring;
  • Maximum Reading Hand Standard;
  • Glass Dial Face;
  • Storage Case;
  • Test Block Included;
  • Unique 10 mm² flat circular indentor;
  • 142 gf mainspring.
PTC® Soft Materials Durometers: Specifications Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.
Presser Foot:10 mm² Flat Circular
Pointer Sweep:240º
Scale:0 — 100, 1 Point Graduations
Accuracy:± 1 Point
Dimensions (H x W x D):102 x 57 x 44 mm (4.0 x 2.25 x 1.75 inch)
Finish:Blue Mottled Powder Coat
Weight:227 g (8 oz.)
Certificate of calibration is included.

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PTC Durometer, PTC Durometers, Shore hardness, cellular rubber, soft rubber, foam, sponge, pocket durometer, Shore scale, hardness, rubber hardness, plastic, plastic hardness, indentation hardness, ebonite, ebonite hardness, rubber hardness testing, rubber testing, hardness testing, durometer hardness, testing, ASTM D2240, D2240, ASTM D1957, ISO 868, ISO 7619, ISO 8517, ISO 7267, ISO 21509, ISO 18517, JIS K6253, JIS K6251, JIS K6252, JIS K 6253, JIS K6254, JIS K6255, JIS K6256, JIS K6257, JIS K6258, JIS K6259, JIS K6260, JIS K7215, DIN 53505, DIN 53 505, CNS, K6898, BS 903, BS 2782, BS ISO 21509, BS EN ISO 868, GB/T 10807, Asker, Asker C, SRIS 0101, MIL-STD-45622A, MIL-I-45208A, MIL-STD-120, 83.060, 83.080, hysteresis, creep, Young’s Modulus.