Hardness Testers | GRHardnessTester.comMany traditional hardness testers are large, immovable, and woefully inconvenient. In order to test an object, workers are forced to bring it directly to the machine. It is not hard to see why people usually prefer to use portable hardness testers. These devices are easy to operate, and their small size makes them far easier for workers to handle.

It is necessary for people to measure the hardness of a metal to determine whether or not it is appropriate for commercial use. By pressing a large load on the metal, its hardness can be determined based on the size of the indentation that is created. As there are several ways to measure hardness, there are several types of portable testers available to customers. The Rockwell and Leeb testers are the most commonly used devices.

Portable testers provide precise measurements that can then be converted to a number on the hardness scale. The devices are highly versatile, and metals of nearly any size and shape can be applied to it. In addition, they can test objects from a number of different angles, as long as they are perpendicular to the surface area of the materials being tested.

Portable testers can be used within a variety of settings, including the automotive, chemical, utilities, and manufacturing industries. Their small size allows for easy transport, and they can be oriented either vertically or horizontally, depending on the needs of the operator.  The portable testers only require a small surface area of an object in order to conduct an accurate hardness test. They are even capable of testing the individual parts on a large piece of equipment.

Hardness testers can be used for a wide range of applications. While traditional testers are still frequently used, portable devices are immensely valuable tools. Their simple and efficient design allows workers to operate them with ease. Though they may appear small and insignificant, these devices are filled with an array of wonderful benefits.

 

 

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