Dial Durometer : TE-275-A
• Mechanical Shore A durometer
• Peak hold
• Measure hardness of rubber and soft plastics
• Resolution 1HA
Dial durometers are easy to use and great for quick results out in the field or on the workshop floor. By not requiring batteries, you will never get caught short when needing to test on the spot.
The most common scales that hardness of rubbers and plastics are tested in are Shore A and Shore D. Shore A is used for softer rubbers and Shore D for resins and plastics.
The dial values are 0-100 HA with the measuring range from 10~90 HA. The gauge uses a lazy arm needle which holds the peak value once a measurement is done so that the results can be recorded.
Examples of use include measuring hardness of tyres, shoe soles, confectionary, trolley wheels, plastic seats etc.