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HK 12 . 5 - 17

HK 16 . 5 - 3 0

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SADT HARDNESS TESTER HARTIP 1500

8.3.1

.

8.

3.2 .

N o i m p ac t oc c urs - impact

b o dy does n o t r elease o r ca nn o t b e lo ade d .

bod y i s n o t o r i m pr o p e rly

l oca t ed in t h e impa ct de V ice/impa c t

Marked d e viatio n

in adequa t e ly p r e par ed/ th e t este d m a t e ri a l i s e xt r e m e l y i nh o m og en eo us o r

p o rou s / s ample i s insuff ici e nt l y s upport e d /s amp l e

e.

betw ee n t h e ind i vidua l impa c ts .

o f i n d i vi dua l

L - v a lu es or L - valu es co n s t a ntl y t o o l ow- m easu rin g

a r ea

ex hibit s l a rg e lo ca l h a rdn e ss d i ffe r e nc es

dir ec tion ha s b e en ch a nge

g . at t h e t r a nsition

s eam to th e ba s e m a te r ial / i mp ac t

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.3 . 3.

L - v a lu es at th e sta nd a rd t es t bl oc k c on s tantly t oo low - impa c t

dev i ce

 

co nt a min a ted /sp h e r i ca l

t es t tip c r ac k e d ( e. g . du e t o i mp ac t a ga i n s t tung s t e n

 

ca r b id e ) /s upport r ing d o e s n ot h a v e rubb e r pa d .

8

.3 . 4.

L - va lu es at th e sta nd a rd t es t b l o c k co n s tantl y

t oo high -s p h eri c al

te s t tip fl a tte ned

(imp ac t

aga in st tung s t e n c arbid e, we a r) /s tandard

Optional accessories

Support

Rings for Impac t D e vi c e D

Z

Z

Z

10-1S

14 . 5- 3 0

25 - 50

Z 11 - 13

HZ 12 . 5 - 17

Z 1 6 . 5 - 30

H

H

20

20

20

X 20 X 7 . 5mm

X 20 X 6 . 5mm

X 20 X 6 . 5mm

20

20

20

X 1 8 X Smm

X 20 X Smm

X 20 X S m m

t e st blo c k d a maged or f ull of ind e nta t ion s.

Suit a b l e f or the f ol l owing te s t
Suit a b l e f or the f ol l owing
te s t surface s
p l ane
c y l i ndr ica l
ho l low - cylind r i c al
sp h er i cal
h o l l o w - sp h erical
p l an e
c y l ind r i c a l
hol l ow -c yl i ndri c al
s pheri c a l
hol l ow - spherical
c yl i nd ri c al
R 10mm - 15 m m
R 14 . 5mm -3 0mm
R 2Smm - SOm m
R < 10mm not possi bl e
R ~3 0mm D6/D 6a
h
o l low - cylind r ica l
R
llmm - 1 3 mm
R
1 2 . 5mm - 17mm
R
16 . 5mm-30mm
R
< l1mm not possib l e
R
~ 30mm D6a

7.3. Default se t t i ng

After a long p e ri o d of u s e , y o u m a y repl a c e the imp a ct

need s t o rec o ver the fact o ry s e tt i ng (default).

b o dy with

a new on e. Thus it

8 .

Maintenance and Repair:

Do your best to avoid sho c k, heavy dust , damp , strong magne t ic field , and oil stain.

8.1 . Maintenance of the impact device

The devices do not require any particular care other than periodic c l eaning of the impact body and the guide tube after pe r forming approximately 1000 - 2000 tests. During cleaning, the fo ll owing procedures need to be obse r ved:

- U nscrew support r ing and remove i mpact body from guide tube .

- C l ean off any d i rt and metal l ic dust from the impact body and the spherical test tip.

-

- Do not app l y o il to any parts for the impact device.

7

7

7

7

C l ean gUide tube w i th the special brush p r ovided .

8

. 2.

Charging battery :

 
 

When a battery indicator

displays on LCD which

r eminds

you to charge the battery .

However it is s ti ll possible to measure for some time .

additional

or r e pl a cing

battery from SADT . Otherw i se

Please make sure to obtain it may cause Harti!= , 1500 to get

un-acc u racy value.

 

Insert the plug with battery charger into the socket on the right s i de of tester. Connect the

battery charger with mains power to begin charging battery. fu l ly cha r ge the battery .

It may take 12 - 15 hours to

8

. 3.

Fault Diagno s is:

 

If f i nd i ng a n y abnormalities,

p l ease read our fault diagnosis first.

CONTENTS

1

.

For e words:

••

1

1

. 1.

History

1

1 Leeb Hardness Test (definition)

. 2.

 

1

1 Notation of L eeb Hardnes s

. 3.

 

1

2 Featu res and app l ications

.

 

2

2

. 1 . Specifications

2

2

. 2. Features

 

2

2.3.

Applications

 

2

3

. Designation of indiv i dual parts

 

3

4

. 4 . Symbols

and i ll u st r ations

3

4.1. Symbols

and i llu strations

.•

.•

3

4.2. Measu r ement and convers i on table

 

. 4

5

. Prepa r ation before meas u r i ng

 

4

5.1.

Re q u i rements

for the sample:

4

5

. 2 . Requirements

for

the we i ght o f t h e samp l e:

 

4

5

. 3 .

Requirement for the surface hardened layer of t he samp l e:

 

5

5

. 4.

Surface o f t h e test samp l e shou l d not be magnetic

 

5

5

. 5.

For test samp l e of curving

 

surface with

rad i us of curvature

R less than 30mm ,

a

small support r i ng s h ou l d be used

 

5

5.6.

S u pporting the Sa m ples during Testing

 

5

5

. 7 . Samples with Cu r ved Surfaces

 

6

6.

Operation

 

6

6

.

1 .

Operation

7

6.2

. T a ke measurement

 

•.

8

6

. 3.

View statisti c valu e

 

8

6.4.

Memory

9

7.

Cali b r a t io n

 

•• ••

9

7

.

1 .

I n te lli gent ca l ibration

 

10

7.2.

P r ecise ca l i bra t ion

 

10

7

. 3.

Defau It setti n g

 

11

8.

Maintena n ce and Repa i r:

11

8.1

. Maintena n ce

o f the impact device

 

11

8.2

. Cha r gi n g battery:

 

11

8

. 3 .

Fau l t Diagnosis :

11

9.

Op t iona I accessories

 

••

••

12

1

. 1 .

1. 2 .

1 . 3 .

History

The Leeb measuring method wa s first brought into measuremen t

te c hnology

in 1978 . It is

defined as the quotient

of an impact

body ' s rebound

velocity over its impact velocity ,

 

multiplied

by 1000 . Harder materials

produce

a higher rebound

velocity than softer

materials. For a specific group o~ material (e.g . steel, a l uminum. etc . ) , Leeb hardne s s valu e represents a direct relationship to its hardness properties. For ordinary meta l , conversion

7

. 1 . 4.

curve s of hardness HL versus other standard

static hardness

(HB , H V, HRC , etc . ) are

 

avai l ab l e , enabling you to convert H L into other hardne s s values .

 

Leeb Hardness Test (definition)

 

An impact body with a spherica l test tip made of tungsten

carbide is p r ope l led against

the

back. At a distance of 1mm from

the

samp l e surface by a spring fo r ce and then rebounds samp l e surface, the impact and rebo u nd velocity of

the impact body are m easured by t h e

 

fo

l loWing method: A permanent mag n et embedded

in the impact

body, w h en pass i ng

through

the coi l i n its co il h o l der, i nduces in the co il an e l ect ri c vo l tage propor t ional

to the

velocities of the magnet. Leeb ha r dness is exp r essed by the fol l ow i ng

form ul a :

HL =1000 X (V B fV , )

 

W

h ere: HL i s Leeb H ard n ess

V

B

is the

rebound ve l oci t y of t h e i mp act body

 

V

,

is the impact ve l ocity of t h e i mpact body

T

he voltage c h a r ac t e ri stic

o f o u tpu t

signa l , when the

i

mpact body passes thro u gh the i n d u c t ion

coil is i l lustrated

in the fo l loW i ng f i gure :

 
 

7

. 2.

7.

2 . 1 .

7

. 2.2 .

A L eeb's H a r d n ess T este r measu r es t h e h a r d n ess

Leeb (HL) , which can be co nv e rt ed

B ri ne l l a n d Sho r e D ) .

of samp l e mate r ial in t e r ms o f H ar d ness

C, Vi cker,

i

nto o th e r H ard n ess

u n it s (R ock w e l l

Ba n d

Notation of L eeb H ardn e ss

Wh en measuring the h ardness of a sample mater i al

testing method , reading .

using the traditiona l static hardness

in a c hange in the hardness

a change of applied

pressure will result

Press and hold key C for 3 seconds , the mean value will be ca l culated automatically

s tandard valu e. At the same time, the LCD disp l ays CA L at l eft.

to

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Precise calibration

When va l ue,

yo u make i n t e l l i ge n t

pl ease enter i n to p r ec i se ca l ib r a t io n .

ca li bration ,

i f t h e calibrated

Make in t elligen t standa r d va l ue .

cal i b r atio n

step 1-4 procedu r es ilthe

va l ue on L CD d iff ers from standard

cal i b r a t ed

val u e di ffe r s from the

Pr ess and ho l d key C for 3 seconds to enter into t h e mode of p r ec i se ca li bra t io n .

A dj wil l be d i splayed at l e f t of L C D

A s i gn of

Please note:

1. If the measurement error comes with in the range of accuracy specificatian, please do not made calibration. 2. When the impact body is replaced, please make sure to recover factory setting first.

6

. 4.

Memory

HAR T IP 1500 can save 99 va l ues in its memo r y work.

and t hese sto r ed va lu es can be r ead after

6.

4 .1 .

A c ti v at e memory

Pr ess a nd hold ke y M for 3 seco nd s i n to m e nu o f se tup a nd pr ess key

AVE R. Pr ess ke y C t o se l ec t S AV . ( c ir cle 0 -3-4-5-SAV ) .

m

v a l ues i n m e m o ry , it will b e t h e o rdin a l numb e r S xx ) . T ake me as ur e m e nt s,

M in tur n t o di s pl ay

Th e n pr ess ke y M to co me back

eas uri ng

m o d e. At th is mom e nt ,

5 0 0 will b e di s pl a y e d o n l e ft o f LCD( if th e r e a r e a f ew

a ll v a l ues w ill

 

be s t o r e d a ut o m a ti ca l l y

in m e m o r y.

6.4.2.

V i e w s t o r ed va l u es

Un d e r m eas u r in g m o d e, pr e s s and h ol d ke y C for 3 seco nd s t o e nt e r i n t o m o d e o f view in g

s t o r e d v a lue s . At s am e t i m e , th e ordinal numb e r Sx x will b e chang e d R xx, pr ess k e y M o r C

t o re c a l l s to r e d valu es forwards to c om e b ack m ea suring m o d e .

an d b ac kward s.

T h e n , pr ess a n d hold key C f o r 3 seco nd s

6.

4 .3.

C l ea r me mory :

s imult a n e ou s l y

u nd e r the mode of view i ng s tor e d v a l ues , pre s s and ho l d ke y M and C

f o r 3 s econd s to delete a l l s t o r e d va l u e s.

impact

b o dy w i ll be worn whi c h may l e a d t h e HAR T IP 1500 hav e mor e o r l ess e rr or o n ac c ur ac y .

At thi s mom e n t ,

mad e in t wo m o d es - int e l l igent

Aft e r a l on g per io d of u s e, es p ec ial l y f o r m e a s uring ha r d e r materia l s, th e ball tip of

H ARTIP 1500 i s de s igned t o a l low r e c a l i b r ati o n .

a nd p rec i se m o d e.

The c a l i br at ion

ca n be

Because different co n vert i ng

converting

L in to

har d ness va lu e s h o uld i n c lud e t h e imp ac t dev i ce u se d .

cu r ves are obta i ned

anot h er

hard n ess

from different

value the

notati o n

impact devices, when

f or

t h e

converted

ha rd ness

2.1. Specification s

.

/

Dis pl a y : L C D

.

/

Acc ur acy : +/-6 HL at HL = 8 00 ( 0.8% )

 

.

/

M easu r i ng ra ng e: 2 00 -960 L

.

/

Co n ve r s i o n : HL - HRC - H RB - HB - HV - H 5 D

.

/

M a t er i a l s : 9 diff e r e nt c omm o n mat e r ia l s

.

/

Wi r e l ess R S 2 3 2 to PC a nd mi c r o- pri n t e r

(Plu s )

.

/

M e m o ry:

99 dat a ca n b e s tor ed a nd r e- r ea d a bl e

.

/

Imp ac t d evice : D

 

.

/

P o we r on /o ff: Auto

.

/

P o w e r s u pply : DC 9 V

Ni - M H r ec h a r g e a bl e

b a tte ry

.

/

D i mensi o n:

1 0 0? O? 3 mm

.

/

Weight: 150g

2.2 .

Features

 

.

/

Rugged and modular design

 

.

/

P a l m s iz e f o r nar r ow

s pa ce

.

/

Hig h a cc u r ac y

.

/

Tak e measu r em e nts

on l i ne w i th PC (P l u s )

.

/

W i r e l e ss

RS 2 3 2 (Plu s )

.

/

W i r e l ess micro - pr i nt e r (Plu s )

 

.

/

Automat i c pow e r on / off

.

/

R eca l ib r a t i on a ll owed

2.3. Applications

 

. /

H a rdne ss t e st s on i n s t a l led

ma c hin es o r s tee l s t r u c tur e s :

or on p e rman e nt l y

.

regions .

i n s tall e d s y s t e m p a rts .

/

Rapid te s t i ng of multip l e

m ea s u r i ng a r e as fo r exa m i n a tion

e. g . o n h e avy a nd l a r ge wo r k - piec e

of h a r d n es s v a ri a t ions

ove r l arg e r

.

/

Mea s u r i ng

ha r dness fo r p r od u c ed

parts at

produ c t i o n

l ine .

.

/

Id e ntifying

m e ta ll i c mate r ia l stor e d i n a ware h ous e .

.

/

Ineffec t i v e ne ss

ana l y s i s o f perma n e n t

pa r t s, p r e s sure -v e s se l , t u r bo g e ne r ato r .

o

6. 1 . 5.

rnnlfiMI LUI IV HLO

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A fte r p r es sing key M i nto it e m A V ER , pr ess C in turn t o s e le c t th e av e rage tim e s f rom

0 - 3 - 4 - 5 and SAV. S el e cting 0 me a n s no m e an valu es and S AV m eans m e mory is ac tivat e d .

10-'1 R IIE-R iM11 V _ , HLO
10-'1 R IIE-R iM11
V _ , HLO

HA RT l P 1 5 0 0

Loa din g T

I

I

I

Key M

• Manu

• Cal c ulate data (AVE , MAX , M I N)

• Increment w h e n a dju s ting Key C

Change setting

• De l ete unrea l isti c values

• De c rement when adjusting

• Read stored data

6 . 2.2 .

Insert the loading r od into t h e tube of impact device to push th e impa c t body to depress the spr in g unti l the impa c t body is l ocked .

6

. 2 . 3.

Place the tester against th e surface of work pie c e Please note: the imp ac t device must be firmly against th e s urface or you may get unsatisfied value .

6

. 2 . 4 .

Press the release button on top of the tester and t a ke mea s ur eme nt . value will b e displayed on LCD .

The m ea sur i ng

Symbol s

Illustrations

6.3.

LD

Leeb hardness va l ue used with imp ac t devic e D Brin e ll hardne ss value Rock w e ll B h a r d n ess v a l ue Rockwe ll C h a rdn ess v alu e

HB

HRB

HRC

H

S D

Sho r e har d n ess v a l ue

View statistic value

Aft e r t es t by cer t ain a v e r age t i m es, pr ess M in tu r n . LCD d is pl ays mean value, max v al u e

a n d m i n v a l ue.

Please note: I f a v a l ue is not rea l ist i c du r ing m easur i ng,

press key C to de l ete it on LCD in

o r de r n ot to i n f l uence the ca l culati ng

of average .

DIRE Li~i~--~/~\=::oJ .

MATE L M1

£

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Press C

-S M9 :=J

Pr ess

C

1

C

1

O N Y

I

L HLD ~

[

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HRC ~

.•

4

£

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HRB ~

P re ss C

5 ~

P r ess

HB ~

S AY ]

C

HV ~

HSD =::oJ

6.1 .

1 .

P r ess key M fo r 3 s econds into item D I R E of t h e menu. T h en

by p ressing key M in tu rn t o

 

e n te r i n t o item mea s ur e ment .

MA T E, CONV , AVER r espectively. Fina l ly c ome back to t h e mode of

6

. 1 . Z .

Af t er p r e s s i ng key direction .

M for 3 second s i nto item D I RE, pre ss C in turn

to change th e i m pact

 

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M

Z :

Co ld Work

Too l

Steel

 
 

M3 : Stainles s Steel

M5: C a st I ron no d .

M4: Grey Cast I ro n M6 : Ca s t A l um . Al l oy s

M7 : Bra ss

M

8: Bronz e s

 

6.1

. 4 .

M 9: Wr o u g ht C o pper All .

After pr e ss i ng key M i nto i tem C O N V , p r ess C to change t h e h ardness sca l e

(H L D-H RC-H RB - H B - HV - H sD) .

 

IMPAC T DEV I CE

D

L D : ZOO -900

 
 

HRC

H RB

HB

HV

HsD

S

TEEL

Z O . 0 - 67 . 9

5 9. 6 - 99 . 5

80

- 647

80-940

3Z . 5 - 99 . 5

CWT.sT

ZO. 5 - 6 7 . 1

 

80

- 898

 

s

T .s T E EL

1 9. 6 - 6Z . 4

46 . 5 - 101 . 7

8

5 - 655

85-

80Z

Gc .

 

93

-3 34

 

I

RON

NC . IRON

 

131

- 38 7

 

C

. ALUM

30

- 159

 

BRAS S

 

1 3 . 5 - 95 . 3

40

-1 7 3

 

B

R ONZ E

60

- Z90

 

COP P E R

 

45

- 315

 

5.1 . Z .

5.2 .

T h e samp l es mu s t feature a meta ll ic s m oo th , gro und sur f ace , i n o rd e r to elim i na t e

e rr o n eous

r ough n e s s of the fin i shed s ur face sho ul d n o t excee d Z ~ m.

measurements b r oug ht about by co a r s e grinding or lathe scoring. Th e

Requirements for the weight of the sample:

F o r sa m ple s weigh i ng o v e r 5 kg a nd of com p act s h a p e, no s u p p o r t is nee d ed.

Sa mp les weig hi ng between

t

m ove by t he impact force .

Sam pl es w e i gh i ng ove r 5 kg .

Z - 5 kg , a nd a l so f or h ea v ie r sa m ples w i t h p r o tr ud i ng

p arts o r

in s u c h a ma n n e r that t h ey do not be n d or

h i n w a l ls , s ho u ld b e p l ace d on a so l i d su p por t

l ess t h a n Z k g s h o ul d b e fi r mly cou pl ed with a s t a bl e suppo rt we i gh in g

Fo r coup lin g pu r po s es ,

-?

Th e coup li ng su rf ace b e t ween t h e sa mpl e a n d b ase p la te s h o ul d be fl at, p l ane pa r a ll e l

-?

and g r ou nd. A th i n p r o p er l a y e r of cou plin g

paste is to b e app l ied to t h e co nt act su rf ace o f t h e

s

amp l e.

-?

T he sample sho ul d be fi rm l y pr essed against the s urf ace

of th e base p l ate by mo v i n g

it with a c i rc ul ar motio n .

-?

Th e dire c tion

of im p act s h ou l d be pe r pe n dicu l ar

to t h e c o up li ng su r face .

F

or t h e coup ling o p e r a ti on ,

th e f o l l owi ng prer e qui s it es

mu s t be fulfi l l e d :

-?

The contac t s u rface of th e sam pl e a nd th e surface o f t h e b ase pl ate m us t b e fl at,

p l a n e para ll e l an d gro u nd .

- The direction

7

of the test impact must

be perpendicu l a r

to the coup l ed su r face.

h

eavy base p l ate. C l amp i ng in a v i ce is o f no va lu e, since the sam pl es become expose d to

- M i n i mum

7

t h ickness of the samp l e for

coup l ing (5mm ) .

s

tr ess a n d beca u se

com pl ete

r ig i di t y

i s neve r atta i ned.

As a rul e, t h e measured

L -values

wo u ld be too small and show excessive var i at i ons .

P

r ope r Coupl in g :

P

r ope r coupl i ng re q ui r es a litt l e expe ri ence. I nsuf f ic i en tl y coup l e d sa m p l es pr od u ce l arge

5

. 7 .

Sampl e s with Cur v ed Surfaces

v

a r ia ti o n s

o f i nd iv i du a l

measure m e n ts,

L-val u es w hi c h are t oo l o w and th e o p e r a ti o n

i s

c

h a r ac t e ri ze d

by a r a ttlin g