Barber Colman GYZJ-935-069 Soft Material Impressor with Certificate of Calibration Using Disk Set GYZJ-069-100
Price: $ 1,707.00
Hand-Held Portable Hardness Testers for aluminum, aluminum alloys, soft metals, plastics, fiberglass and other materials
Meets ASTM standards E140-97; D2583-75; B648-78; E140-97
The Barber Colman GYZJ Barcol Impressor is a convenient tool for testing the hardness of aluminum, aluminum alloys, copper, brass and other materials including plastics and fiberglass. The instrument is designed for use on fabricated parts and assemblies as well as on raw stock.
- Barber Colman GYZJ Barcol Impressor
- Carrying Case
- Adjusting Wrench
- 1 (one) GYZJ-250 (87/89) standard test disk
- 1 (one) GYZJ-78 (43-48) standard test disk
- 2 (two) spare indenter points
- Instructions Manual
Official Barcol Impressor scale for testing of:
|AluminumAluminum AlloysSoft Metals||PlasticsFiberglass Sheet, Tanks & SurfacesFire Department Ladders||Rubber or LeatherLaminatesLead|
The Barcol Impressor meets the following ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) standards: E140-97; D2583-75; B648-78: E140-97 Standard Hardness Conversion Tables for Metals; D2583-75 Standard Method of Testing for Indentation Hardness of Plastics by means of a Barcol Impressor; B648-78 Standard Method of Testing for Indentation Harness of Aluminum Alloys by means of a Barcol Impressor.
Fire Department Version. The Barcol Impressor meets the following NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) standards: NFPA 1931 Design of and Design Verification Tests for Fire Department Ground Ladders; NFPA 1932 Use, Maintenance, and Service Testing of Fire Department Ground Ladders.
The Impressor is a convenient tool for testing the hardness of aluminum, aluminum alloys, copper, brass and other materials including plastics and fiberglass. The instrument is designed for use on fabricated parts and assemblies as well as on raw stock.
Easy to use. No experience required.
Can be used in any position and in any space that will allow for the operator's hand. The hardness reading is instantly indicated on the dial (displays 100 graduations). No waiting, pre-loading or separate measurements.
For soft metals such as aluminum and its alloys, brass, copper, and some of the harder plastics and fiberglass. Approximate range 25 to 150 Brinnell (10 mm ball 500 kg load).
A variation of the 934-1 that has a "flat bottom" shaped support leg. This is used to sit on top of the crest of the round rung of a ladder such as a fire department ladder. Approved by the NFPA.
for the softer plastics and very soft metals.
For extremely soft materials such as lead, linoleum and leather.
Operation and Calibration
|Simply exert alight pressure against the instrument to drive the spring-loaded indenter point into the material.||See the typical readings of aluminum alloys and review the approximate conversion curves for the barcol impressor models.||Follow the step by step calibration procedure for the Barcol Impressor. Use the included tool to begin the procedure.|
|View Operation||View Conversion||View Calibration|
Test Disks for Barcol Hardness Testers
|Model Number||Barcol Hardness Testers|
|GYZJ-078-100||Certified Test Disks for use with 934-1; Barcol scale 43 - 48 (set of 5)|
|GYZJ-070-100||Certified Test Disks for use with 934-1; Barcol scale 87 / 89 (set of 5)|
|GYZJ-069-100||Certified Test Disks for use with 935; Barcol scale 87 - 89 (set of 5)|
|GYZJ-070-100||Certified Test Disks for use with 936; Barcol scale 48 - 50 (set of 5)|
|GYZJ-078||Non-Certified Test Disk for use with 934-1; Barcol scale 43 - 48|
|GYZJ-250||Non-Certified Test Disk for use with 934-1; Barcol scale 87 / 89|
|GYZJ-069||Non-Certified Test Disk for use with 935; Barcol scale 87 - 89|
|GYZJ-070||Non-Certified Test Disk for use with 936; Barcol scale 48 - 50|