Portable Hardness Testers
PORTABLE HARDNESS TESTERS FOR ROCKWELL, BRINELL AND VICKERS MEASUREMENTS
Here you will find portable hardness testers suitable to test all hardness scales as per Rockwell, Brinell and Vickers. From simple and pocket to automatic portable hardness testers conform to ASTM E-10 E-18 E-384 E-103 E-110 E-3246 and ISO 6506 6507 6508.
MKII / METALTEST
BK30 BRINELL SCOPE
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PORTABLE HARDNESS TESTERS AFFRI
same technology and accuracy as bench-top hardness testers
Portable hardness testers are useful to test large products directly in production without the need to cut the part or move it to the laboratory. It is possible to test pre-assembled parts or bring the equipment out of the company to test for example the welding of oil and gas pipe lines. Portable hardness testers are also very used to test incoming materials on the delivery truck before the acceptance. The variety of hardness tests applicable (Vickers, Brinell, Rockwell or superficial Rockwell) conforming to hardness standards (ISO and ASTM) and the ability to adapt to various types of material and part shapes, makes AFFRI the best choice for portable hardness testers.
HARDNESS TESTING BASIC KNOWLEDGE
There are four principal standard hardness test methods for expressing the relationship between hardness, depth, and the size of the indentations, these being Brinell, Vickers, Knoop, and Rockwell. Each of these methods is divided into a range of scales, defined by a combination of applied load and indenter geometry. Select one of the below-mentioned test methods for more details.
To learn more about the wide range of products that Affri makes available, we give our customers the opportunity to deepen the basic concepts of each hardness test. Knowing the basics of hardness tests guarantees a better choice of the machine that can do for you.
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In this article, we will explain the concepts behind Rockwell’s hardness tests