Product Description

The Model 413 ASTM Type DO Durometer measures the hardness of fireproof coatings, paint, moderately hard rubber, elastomers and dense textile windings.

The instrument features a low glare serialized dial with bold, easy to read numbers. The durometer comes standard with a Max Hold hand which maintains the peak reading until reset. The case tapers to a base that is 1″ x 1″ to allow better access to confined areas. A removable top knob (8-32) threads permit both easy handheld use or attachment to stands.

 

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PTC Classic Style Durometer: Features Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.
  • Max Hold Pointer Standard
  • Easy to Read 0 to 100 Point Dial
  • Resettable ancillary hand records the peak reading
  • Threaded mounting knob permits permanent test stand emplacement
  • Accessory Test Stands Available
  • Includes Precision Aluminum Test Block
  • Carrying Case
PTC Classic Style Durometers: Specifications Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.
ASTM Scale:A
Standards:ASTM D2240
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
Weight:227 g (8 oz.)
Presser Foot:41.275 x 25.4 mm (1.625 x 1.0 inch)

Index Terms: Fill 118 Copy 1 Created with Sketch.

PTC Durometer, PTC Durometers, Shore hardness, 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.