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Vickers Hardness Tester – V-TEST II

Vickers Hardness Tester – V-TEST II

3 Years Warranty
V-Test II Vickers Hardness Tester: For hardness determination on metals and ceramics. The basic set-up includes manually positioned Z-axis on test stand, manually positioned X-axis table magnetic supporting table O 100 mm. The black and white camera has digital optics with zoom micro objective and 20 times magnification including illumination – other options of objectives are available.

  • Specifications
  • Applications
  • Accessories
    • Manual x-y table, 25 x 25 mm closed, up to 10 kg load
    • Micrometer gauge options with one analogue and one digital or both digital
      • Analogue micrometer gauge with measuring range: 0 – 25 mm, reading: 0,01
      • Digital micrometer gauge with measuring range: 0 – 25 mm, reading: 0.001 mm for hardness spreading test including cable
    • Pick-up device for round shaped specimen from Ø30 up to Ø50 mm, customization on request
    • Centrically clamped bench vice including 1 set of clamping jaws – clamping jaws are exchangeable, hardened, and polished
    • Standard blocks on request
    • dakks/dKd-calibration certificate for low force / micro hardness – test load levels hv
    • indenter vickers 136° incl. dakks/dKd-calibration certificate

    DAkkS/DKD Calibration Certificate - Bareiss North AmericaDAkkS/DKD Calibration Certificate
    When a measuring instrument is being calibrated, the given deviation is determined by various measurements versus standard references. A calibration certificate is then issued indicating the measuring results and the corresponding measurement uncertainties and the instrument is marked as calibrated. All documents together with the calibration certificate provide traceability of national standards.
    DAkkS/DKD calibration certificate - Sample