Introduction of Handheld Brinell Hardness Tester

Introduction of Handheld Brinell Hardness Tester

Performance characteristics of hand-held brinell hardness tester

  • Stable load, determined by pin shear force of 1580kg, independent of operator
  • High repeatability, comparable to desktop computers
  • Low requirements for sample surface
  • Low requirements for sample shape and size
  • Wide test range
  • Simple operation
  • It can be used with e-brio indentation automatic scanning system, making indentation reading more accurate and convenient

Technical parameters of hand-held brinell hardness tester

  • How it works: ernst's patented clip-and-pin method
  • Load: 1580 kg
  • Test range: 100-700hb
  • Standard scale: hb30-n /mm2-kg/mm2 (table lookup)
  • Minimum measuring diameter: 30mm
  • Minimum working area: 10×10mm
  • Clamping thickness: ≤150mm
  • Reading: optical eyepiece measurement
  • Magnifying glass: 8x (20x, 40x and e-brio optional)
  • Indication error: in accordance with GB/T231.2 and ISO 6506-2
  • Repeatability error of indication: in accordance with GB/T231.2 and ISO 6506-2
  • Weight of gripper: 3.6kg
  • Total weight: 6.8 kg
  • Package size: 430×270×100mm


Standard configuration for hand-held brinell hardness tester

  • Head
  • Pliers for static testing
  • Type B impact apparatus (including dynamic impact test apparatus)
  • 8x magnifying glass
  • Flat anvil with diameter of 20mm
  • Flat anvil with diameter of 40mm
  • V-shaped anvil for testing cylindrical parts
  • 250 verification pins
  • Operation manual and hardness comparison table