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Shore Hardness Tester (Durometer)

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Measure material hardness effortlessly with the Shore Hardness Testers. Brands like INSIZE and Yuzuki offer reliable options in a range of hardness levels. Starting from just ₹6,422 our selection goes up to ₹43,781 for premium models. Whether you require a Shore Hardness Tester or a Durometer Hardness Test, we have the right tool for your needs. Achieve accurate hardness readings for various materials, from rubber to plastics.

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What is Shore Hardness Tester?

A Shore hardness tester, commonly known as a durometer, is a device used to determine the hardness of materials such as polymers, rubber, and plastics. It determines the material's resistance to indentation and distortion by measuring the penetration depth of a standardised indentor.

The tester is frequently used in the automotive, manufacturing, and construction industries. It is a device used to measure the hardness of materials. It operates by inserting a pointed indenter into the material and measuring the depth of the resulting indentation. The Shore Hardness Scale categorises the hardness of various materials such as plastics, rubber, and synthetics. The shore d hardness tester is the most generally used variety, and it assesses the hardness of rubber and other materials.

Other key features of this tester include:

1. Easy-to-read digital display
2. Portable and lightweight design
3. Measures in shore hardness units
4. Ideal for quality control and material selection

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How does it work?

A shore hardness tester measures the hardness of a material by the depth of indentation made by an indenter pressed onto its surface. Here's how it works:

1. The durometer has a spring-loaded indenter placed perpendicular to the material's surface.
2. The indenter is pressed into the material at a specified force for a specific duration.
3. The resulting indentation depth is measured to determine the material's hardness value on the Shore Hardness Scale.
4. Different durometers are used for various materials, with Shore D Hardness Testers commonly used for hard rubber and plastics. The durometer hardness test is important for a lot of materials.

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What materials can be tested with a Durometer?

i) Plastics and hard rubber: Shore d hardness testers are commonly used to test the hardness of rubber and plastics. These materials of these rubber hardness testers are often used to manufacture automotive parts, industrial equipment, and consumer goods.
ii) Synthetic materials and elastomers: Elastomers are a type of synthetic material that is known for its elastic properties. They are commonly used in tires, gaskets, and seals. A shore hardness measurement device can be used to test the hardness of these materials.
iii) Printing rollers and plates: Printing rollers and plates are used in the printing industry to transfer ink onto paper or other materials. They need to have a specific hardness level to ensure quality printing results. A tester can be used to test the hardness of these materials.
iv) The leather felt, and foam: Leather, felt, and foam is commonly used in the manufacturing of furniture, footwear, and other consumer goods. These materials must have a specific hardness level to ensure durability and quality. A durometer can be used to test the hardness of these materials.
v) Thermoplastics: Thermoplastics are plastic that can be moulded and shaped when heated and solid when cooled. A Tester can be used to test the hardness of these materials.
vi) Metals: Although these are not typically used to test the hardness of metals, some models can be used to test the hardness of softer metals such as lead and aluminium.

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What are the different types of Shore Hardness Tester? 

The hardness testers are available in different types, each suited for specific materials and applications. Some of the different types include:

1. Shore A Durometer: Shore A Durometers test the hardness of soft elastomers, rubber, and similar materials.
2. Shore B Durometer: Shore B Durometers test the hardness of more rigid elastomers, such as more rigid rubber materials and thermoplastic elastomers.
3. Shore C Durometer: Shore C Durometers test the hardness of hard plastics, acrylics, and epoxies.
4. Shore D Durometer:  They test the hardness of hard materials like plastics, nylon, and metals.
5. Shore O Durometer: Shore O Durometers test the hardness of soft materials like sponges and foam.
6. Shore OO Durometer: Shore OO Durometers test the hardness of highly soft materials such as gels and pastes.
7. Shore DO Durometer: Shore DO Durometers are used to test the hardness of harder rubbers and plastics and are designed specifically for testing the hardness of materials with a thickness of more than 6 mm.
8. Shore E Durometer: Shore E Durometers test the hardness of soft to medium-hard materials such as foam, sponge rubber, and thermal insulation.
9. Shore M Durometer: Shore M Durometers are used to test the hardness of materials that are too thick for other types of shore durometers, such as rubber or plastics that are more than 25 mm thick.

Overall, the type of Hardness Tester required depends on the specific application and material being tested.

What are the different advantages of a Durometer?

Shore Hardness Durometers have many advantages, including the following:

a) Easy to use: 
Shore Durometers are easy to use and require no specialised training.
b) Non-destructive testing: Shore Durometers provides non-destructive testing, meaning the tested material can be used after testing.
c) Portable: Shore Durometers are portable and can be easily transported to different locations.
d) Quick results: Shore Durometers provide quick and accurate results, allowing for efficient testing and decision-making.
e) Versatile: Shore Durometers can test various materials, including rubbers, plastics, and foams.
f) Consistent results: Shore Durometers provide consistent and repeatable results, ensuring accurate and reliable data.
g) Cost-effective: Shore Durometers are cost-effective and offer a low-cost solution for testing material hardness.
h) Quality control: Shore Durometers can be used for quality control and to ensure that materials meet industry standards.

Using a shore hardness tester can help ensure that materials meet industry standards and are of the highest quality while providing a cost-effective and efficient testing solution.


Top selling Shore Hardness Testers of Industrybuying:

S. No

Product Name

Expected Price

1

 DIGITAL SHORE D TESTER M202D

 RS 5,790

2

Precise Single Needle Rubber Hardness Tester Shore-A

 RS 6,680

3

 Yuzuki Shore A Durometer Rubber Hardness Tester Stand

 RS 11,800

4  Yuzuki Digital Shore A Rubber Hardness Tester Durometer

 RS 4,980

5

Insize LCD Display Portable Leeb Hardness Tester(Basic Type) HDT-LP200

 RS 28,800

6

 Scientech SE-178 Scratch Hardness Tester

 RS 17,900

7

Mitutoyo HH-331 Rubber Hardness Tester 86910153

 RS 59,900

8

 Scientech SE-241 Range 0-100 Shore D Rubber Hardness Tester

 RS 7,480

FAQs Related to Shore Hardness Tester:

1. What is a Shore Hardness Tester (Durometer) used for?

It is used to measure the hardness of various materials, such as rubber, plastic, and foam, among others. This device measures the resistance of a material to indentation, and the readings are displayed on a scale such as the Shore D scale.

2. What is the difference between Shore A and Shore D hardness scales?

 Shore A and Shore D are two different scales used to measure the hardness of materials using a shore hardness tester. The Shore A scale measures the hardness of soft materials such as rubber, while the Shore D scale measures the hardness of hard materials such as plastic and nylon.

3. How can I choose the suitable Durometerfor my application?

Choosing the suitable Shore Hardness Tester depends on the type of material you want to test and the range of hardness you need to measure. For example, if you're going to try soft materials such as rubber, you need a Shore A durometer, while if you want to try hard materials such as plastic, you need a Shore D durometer.
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