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Fowler 53-762-102 Shore D Portable Durometer

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Fowler 53-762-102 Shore D Portable Durometer

Item #: WBB228480

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Price: $ 241.95
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Fowler® Shore D Portable Durometer

Fowler's Portable Durometers are just right for testing the hardness of flexible materials such as rubber and plastics. These gages conform to shore scales. Manufactured in accordance with DIN, ASTM, ISO and JIS specifications. Includes reference test block, operating instructions and fitted case. Sharp 30° point Durometers are ideal for testing hard rubber, hard synthetic materials, e.g. acrylics, glass, polystyrol, thermoplastics, printing rolls, vinyl sheets, cellulose acetates, densified wood, etc.

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    • COLOR FINISHBlue
    • DESCRIPTIONShore D Portable Durometer
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBER53-762-102
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • PENETRATORSharp 30°
    • BRANDFowler

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Good, easy to use product

Your review: The durometer came with a very good protective case and calibration block. It gave repeatable and accurate readings.

Pros: Very easy to use. Has a "maximum" indicator that was very useful, it gave accurate hardness data

Cons: Had to be careful to keep the indicator perpendicular to the piece being measured or your measurements would be inaccurate

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