Universal hardness tester for instrumented indentation tests
Instrumented indentation, also known as depth-sensing indentation or nano-indentation, is an increasingly popular method of measuring the mechanical response of a wide range of materials.
You've spent hours on the 'net researching the hardness testing system for your needs, you've perused the spec sheets and probably even spoken to a few distributors, If only you could take a few of your samples and spend time making sure the kit will do exactly what you want.
UK Calibrations can now supply a full range of standard test blocks supplied with a UKAS accredited calibration certificate. If your requirements are not covered by our standard range, We can also supply custom made reference hardness blocks from material you supply.
Heat Treatment 101
Heat treating is a group of industrial and metalworking processes used to alter the physical, and sometimes chemical, properties of a material. The most common application is the heat treatment of metals. Heat treatment involves the use of heating (or chilling), normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve a specific result such as hardening or softening of a material.
testXpo 2017 – 26th International Forum for Materials Testing
After the success of last year, the 26th testXpo – International Forum for Materials Testing will take place this year on October 16 – 19 at Zwick headquarters in Ulm. Together with 25 co-exhibitors, the Zwick Roell Group will present the latest trends and solutions in quality assurance and materials testing over an exhibition area of over 2,500 m². The exhibited products range from static testing machines, fatigue testing machines, hardness testers, and pendulum impact testers to melt flow indexers. Special exhibit areas are dedicated to extensometers and testing software. The products of our 25 co-exhibitors complement Zwick's exhibition by rounding out the entire spectrum of testing technology and quality assurance.
B Mason & Sons Ltd buy new equipment for automatic hardness testing
B Mason & Sons Ltd, based in Birmingham, UK is the UK’s largest manufacturer of precision strip. Materials testing is a crucial part of the Quality Control system and they have a well-equipped testing laboratory with a range of testing equipment including hardness testing.
Did You Know?
UK Calibrations' engineers are qualified to service and perform UKAS accredited calibrations on a wide range of hardness testers, from all manufacturers, enabling you to arrange one service visit to cover all your hardness testing machines.