Thanks to electronic load application and a load range from 9.8 N to 2450 N (1 kgf to 250 kgf), the complete Rockwell range is covered with just one device. Furthermore, tests on plastics and carbon as well as Vickers and Brinell tests can be performed in depth. This flexibility coupled with very simple operation predestines the DuraJet G5 for use wherever several devices have previously been used in different configurations.
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DuraJet G5 For the complete Rockwell scale with
- Electronic load application
- Capacitive touchscreen
- Intuitive user guidance
- Network connection
Product features and options
Sophisticated and innovative functions simplify day-to-day work. Furthermore, the DuraJet G5 features the latest technologies in order to provide the perfect solution for production and laboratory in the future as well.
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At a glance
- Required test method: HRC
- Fast hardness testing
- Large test height
- Easy accessibility
- Data transfer option
- Simple operation
- Component variation, according to production line
- Maintain process speed
- Minimise operator input
- Simple operation of the hardness tester
- Light and compact machine
It is possible to integrate a hardness tester into a production line via a hardware interface. This enables external control of the machine.
- External machine control
- Option to connect foot switch
Both the DuraVision Semi-Automatic universal hardness tester and the DuraJet G5 Rockwell tester are equipped with an additional interface. This additional interface allows 100% tests to be conducted without having to remove test specimens from the production process.
Another option is to connect the available foot pedal to the interface, in order to use this for performing the clamping movement to fix a workpiece. The significantly simplifies handling in tests on large, unwieldy components.
In order to save all available test data simply and clearly, the DuraJet G5 Rockwell tester can archive the data in a structured manner.
- Standard test data management
- Grouped test data management, e.g. for batches, departments, etc.
The preferred type of test data management is selected prior to testing. In the standard test data management system, all results are stored in a collective list.
If test data needs to be associated with individual users or user groups, specific components, batches or departments, then the grouped data management function should be used. All the determined test results are compiled in separate lists, allowing them to be clearly represented, exported or saved as a report. The groups created can be reloaded at any time and augmented with additional test results.