State of the Art, Portable Ultrasonic Hardness Tester

Description

Model No. PHT-6000 Series  is a hand held device that allows the measure of hardness on small, large, flat, round, thin or thick workpieces. This rugged metal body unit is capable of testing softer metals such as copper and brass as well as the typical hard metals and alloys while adhering to the strict ASTM A1038-10 guidelines for portable hardness testing using UCI method. Checking coating hardness is also possible with this new portable hardness tester.

The Non-destructive feature allows accurate testing on delicate or finely finished surfaces without physical or structural damage to the operators part. Consequently, saving cost and time for refinishing or replacing damaged part.

This new portable hardness tester can easily convert and be calibrated to all the popular hardness scales such as, HRC, HRB, HRN, HRT, HB, and HV. Output to PC via USB interface.

Specs

  • Hardness Range: HRC:20-70, HRB: 55-100, HB: 100-739, HV: 100-2970

  • Scale Selection: Rockwell C (HRC); Rockwell B (HRB); Rockwell A (HRA); Brinell (HB); Vickers (HV); Leeb (HLD) and many more

  • Tolerance: +/- 3.0% deviation of average from the reference value of the test block with a minimum of 5 tests

  • Display Type: LCD Color Screen w/Backlight, adjustable brightness

  • Language Selection: English, German, Chinese, Spanish, etc.

  • Data Logger: Letters, Numerals

  • Data Memory: 2000 groups of measured data ; 20 groups of calibration data

  • Statistical Software: Supplied-can be saved in Word or Excel

  • Data Output: USB – cable supplied

  • Power Supply: Rechargeable Lithium Battery: Voltage-4.2V, 4800mAh

  • Auto Power Off: 5 minutes

  • Recharging Time: Approx. 8 hours

  • Battery Usage: Approx. 6 hours (no backlight)

  • Net Weight(base unit): 2 lbs (w/probe)

  • Gross Weight 12 lbs

  • Unit Dimensions: 7.0 x 3.1 x 1.1” (160x80x30mm)

  • Gross Dimensions: 13.7 x 17.7 x 5.9” (350x450x150mm)

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