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8/3/2017

Digital Durometer Measures Surface Gloss

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The Model DD-5 digital durometer from Paul N. Gardner Co. is designed for timed hardness testing of surface gloss that cannot be measured using traditional gloss meters.

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The Model DD-5 digital durometer from Paul N Gardner Co., is designed for timed hardness testing of surface gloss that cannot be measured using traditional gloss meters. An internal adjustable timer and onscreen countdown can be set to a desired elapsed time ranging from 0 to 30 seconds. As many as 200 readings can be stored and viewed inside the durometer or downloaded through the USB port.

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