• Phase Ii Pht-6011, Uci Portable Hardness Tester With 1 Kgf Probe
Phase Ii Pht-6011, Uci Portable Hardness Tester With 1 Kgf Probe

Phase Ii Pht-6011, Uci Portable Hardness Tester With 1 Kgf Probe

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USD 8095.50

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Features : Non-Destructive hand held hardness tester Combines UCI and Leeb hardness testing in one state of the art device Test steel with min thickness of .08" and unlimited max thickness Blazing fast test results Rockwell, Brinell Vickers conversions shown on display Large Memory w/USB Output "Ultrasonic Contact Impedance" is based on a 136 degree diamond at the end of a vibrating rod being depressed into the test surface at a fixed load



Dynamic Impact is based on the Leeb principle of hardness developed by Dietmar Leeb in the 1970 rsquo s

A spring loaded impact body is thrust to the test surface, effecting rebound

Another reason for the rise in popularity is due to the fact that the UCI method is categorized as ldquo Non-Destructive

It also has its own advantages when utilized for certain testing applications

It has effectually brought easy, fast and accurate results to portable hardness testing.

That translates into less scrap parts/ lower mfg costs due to necessary inspections

The UCI test procedure is slower than the Dynamic Impact style, however the ldquo UCI method of hardness testing is portable, easy and accurate

The difference in Ultrasonic vibration frequency is then calculated into a hardness value

The speed of both the initial thrust and the rebound is measured in a non-contact mode

These units can test metals as thin as 1mm and at a hardness value as low as 20HRC 75HB

They also excel at performing hardness tests on larger, harder metals as well

This is calculated as a Leeb hardness value and then automatically converted to Rockwell C, B, Brinell, Vickers and Shore Values

UCI testers are not restricted to large mass items like dynamic type testers

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