W-B75 brass alloy Webster hardness tester can be used to test the hardness value of brass alloy quickly at the scene of the production. It is easy to be operate, the work to be tested is placed between the anvil and the indenter, and then apply the pressure to the handles until "bottom" is felt at which time the dial indicator is read. It focus on high efficiency and good reliability which conform to the China non-ferrous YS/T471-2000.
W-B75 brass alloy Webster hardness tester is the preferred instrument for testing the force of brass alloy. It can be used to test the hardness value of brass alloy pipes, plates, and especially suitable for batch production site and sales site to do the quick testing and non-destructive checking one by one.
W-B75 Webster Hardness Tester Operation Video
Range: 0-20 HW (the equivalent of 53-92 HRB, the equivalent of 87-109 HRF)
Indicator Error: 0.5 HW (5 -17 HW)
Repeatability Error: 0.5 HW (5 -17 HW)
Weight: 0.5 kg
Maximum specimen thickness: compare according to opening size and model
Minimum sample inner diameter: compare according to the anvil size and model
W-B75 series brass alloy Webster hardness testers have two models: W–B75 Webster hardness tester is mainly used for inspection of brass alloy tubes and plate, W–B75b type for testing small brass alloy pipes which of the inner diameter is greater than 6 mm.
Otherwise, W–20 Webster hardness testers are suitable for testing the hardness of aluminum alloy, W-BB75 Webster hardness testers for copper alloy, and W-B92 are suitable for stainless steel and mild steel.