Portable Hardness Tester - W-TH110

Portable Hardness Tester - W-TH110

The new TH-110, part of the unbeatable series of CV Leeb type dynamic hardness testers offers a very affordable but accurate hardness testing solution for on-site testing in workshops and in field operations. The unit assures accurate and reliable measurement. All results and statistics can be directly printed on the built-in printer. Any metallic products with a minimum solid mass of 2kg can be tested according to the Leeb principle and directly converted to any common hardness scale. All test results appear immediately on the display, while you toggle between scales and conversions.

• Test results appear directly on the large display
• According to ASTM and DIN standard
• Display scales HV, HB, HRC, HRB, HS and conversion to tensile strength
• Highly accurate readings ± 0.5% at 800 HL
• Correction for impact direction 360 degrees
• Chargeable battery pack to ensure many hours of undisturbed testing and printing
• Direct keys for easy set up of testing parameters
• Thermal mini-printer installed on the main unit
• Ridged ABS anti-shock casing with sealed keypad
• Optional impact devices available on request

Hardness scales HL - HRC - HRB - HV - HB - HS
Tensile strength U.T.S range (steel only) b from 374 to 2652
Accuracy Within ±0.5% at 800HL
Printer Thermal printer showing all test results - settings and histogram
Statistics Average value - min-max - upper-lower limits
Impact device D (standard)
Optional impact devices DC/D+15/DL/G/C/E
Workpiece max. hardness value 900HLD
Workpiece radius (convex/concave) Rmin = 50mm (with support ring Rmin = 10mm)
Min. Workpiece weight 2-5kg on stable support - 0.05-2kg with compact coupling
Workpiece min. case hardened depth 0.8mm
Power Rechargeable Li battery - 6V (1pc)
Charger 6V - 500mA (1.8VA)
Charger time 2.5-4 hours
Operating temperature 0 to 40ºC
Overall dimensions 235mm x 90mm x 47mm
Weight 615gr (including impact device and printer)


Code No. Description
W-TH110 Universal Hardness Tester (Leeb Principle)