Custom built durometers.Custom built durometers are available from the company for specific needs or applications, and for unusual materials or working conditions. The company's modular concept is said to allow it to make basic design changes to its probes or special indentors to customize its instruments. When a customer furnishes the company with a sample of its material, the company can furnish fur·nish
tr.v. fur·nished, fur·nish·ing, fur·nish·es
1. To equip with what is needed, especially to provide furniture for.
2. the customer with a gauge gauge
In manufacturing and engineering, a device used to determine whether a dimension is larger or smaller than a reference standard. A snap gauge, for example, is formed like the letter C, with outer “go” and inner “not go” jaws, and is used to to check almost any non-metallic material. Custom durometers can be made in most durometer Du`rom´e`ter
n. 1. An instrument for measuring the degree of hardness; especially, an instrument for testing the relative hardness of steel rails and the like. types. Pictured is the company's Narrow Foot Slim Probe Type A durometer for checking narrow or irregular HEIR, IRREGULAR. In Louisiana, irregular heirs are those who are neither testamentary nor legal, and who have been established by law to take the succession. See Civ. Code of Lo. art. 874. shaped material. The foot size is. 110" x .50" and the probe diameter and length can be modified to fit particular customer needs. The company also offers a Type M durometer with its Model OS-3 air dampened operating stand that can be used to check the hardness of non-metallic materials as thin as .050". The Type M is available from the company in the analog Model 1600-M or the digital Model DD-3-M durometer, all conforming to the ASTM ASTM
American Society for Testing and Materials D 2240-04 standard. Custom slim probe Type M durometers are also available from the company.
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