HARDNESS TESTING SERVICES

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NATTS HARDNESS TESTING SERVICES

NATTS NDT Services has the capabilities to reach all the needs of our clients in Hardness Testing, with all the required latest equipments in our NDT Labs which can test all types of material hardness on different scale measures.

Our technicians at our labs perform hardness check on material parts with complex geometries that traditional hardness testing may not perform.

This Hardness Test is very helpful in choosing material as it provides the value of the hardness which shows how effortlessly a material can be machined and how strong the material can be used.

Hardness Testing is additionally significant in making decisions on treatments and coatings.

Below is the list of most commonly used Hardness Testing Methods

Hardness Testing Methods

Hardness Testing

Rockwell Hardness Test

Rockwell Superficial Hardness Test

Brinell Hardness Test

Vickers Hardness Test

Micro Hardness Test

NDT Services Performs the following Hardness Testing Strategy

  • Testing performed on metals, plastics and elastomers.
  • Specimen’s tests.
  • Testing performed on required specificationsfor the type of material and application.

While performing a hardness test, the tester is applied with the fixed load to measure the depth of penetrations by using various means and converted into different units.

While utilizing a fixed load and given indentation, the smaller the indentation, the harder the material. The hardness value is acquired by measuring the area of indentation using any of the Hardness Testing Methods.

Hardness portrays a fabric’s mechanical resistance to being penetrated by a hardness checker indenter.

It depends up on the shape of the object or indenter (ex. Ball, Cone, etc) and the size of the indenter like width, intensity sorts of hardness are differentiated.

Thus, hardness can also be categorized not only for longer resistance to hard test materials but also for softer or similar-difficult factors. Hardness isn’t generally the same as power, which usually represents material resistance to a deformation.

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