Portable Hardness Testers
Phase II hardness testers are designed to test the hardness of metal parts, gear teeth and more. For testing of highly sensitive or finished parts the non-destructive MET-U1A hardness tester allows the operator to accurately test parts without causing physical or structural damage that would normally lead to disposal or refinish of part.
View optional imact devices for Phase II portable hardness testers
|Non-Destructive Hardness Testers|
Measure brinell, rockwell and vickers hardness scales. Ultrasonic testers allows for hardness testing without causing damage to parts. Great for testing thin or small workpieces which otherwise could not be tested accurately with portable hardness testers.
Benchtop Hardness Testers
Rockwell and Brinell hardness testers are suited for any environment including heat treat facilities, tool rooms, workshops, laboratories and inspection labs.
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Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges
Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges are designed for measuring the thickness of metallic and non-metallic materials such as aluminum, titanium, plastics, ceramics, and glass.
|Coating Thickness Gauges|
With automatic substrate detection, these paint thickness meters/gauges can perform accurate and non-destructive thickness measurements in seconds.
Durometers are used to measure the hardness of non-metallic materials, such as rubber, plastic, foam, or wood. Measure Shore hardness scales: Type A, B, C, D, E, DO, O, OO, OOO, M, R.
|Durometer Test Stands|
Operating stand are the ideal tool for repetitive or lab-type testing for users who must test either very large specimens, or test in a number of different durometer scales.
Surface Roughness Gauges
Surface roughness tester are offered via multiple surface roughness parameters, Ra, Rq (Rms), Rt and Rz. Need a quick, easy and accurate Ra reading? The Phase II SRG-2000 is the surface roughness tester you’re looking for. Pocket sized and economically priced, this surface roughness tester will get the job done.