Rebound Hardness Tester
PHT-1800 Rebound Hardness Tester
Digital rebound hardness tester is designed to test the hardness of large hard metal parts. Loaded with useful functions only found on high priced models the PHT-1800 portable hardness tester is clearly setting a new industry standard by being the most accurate, economically priced portable hardness tester on the market today. Fast test speeds coupled with memory and output, this unit is a hand’s down winner whether you are out in the field or in the QC shop.
The PHT-1800 portable hardness tester can perform tests that easily convert to the most popular hardness scales, including Rockwell, Brinell, Vickers, Shore, etc.
- Accuracy: +/- 0.5% (referred to L=800)
- Repeatability accuracy: +/- 4L units) L=Leeb
- Measuring range: 200-960 HL
- Materials: steel & cast steel, alloy tool steel, stainless steel, grey cast iron, spheroidal iron, cast aluminum, brass, bronze, wrought copper alloy.
- Battery type: AA alkaline (4)
- Operating temperature: 5-104 degrees F
- Dimensions: 150 x 74 x 32mm
- Weight: 245 grams
Impact Device D
Universal standard device:
Use for the majority of hardness testing assignments
Impact Device DL (not shown)
Needle front section .109” diameter x 1.96” length
Measurements in extremely confined spaces
Impact Device G
Enlarged test tip: For use on solid heavy components such as; rough castings and forgings. Brinell only.
Impact Device DC
Extremely short impact device
Used for very confined spaces such as holes, cylinders, internal measurements
Impact Device D+15
Slim front section with coil set back.
Hardness measurements in grooves, recessed surface.
Impact Device C
Reduced impact energy
For testing case hardened or thin walled components
PHT-3300 Rebound Hardness Tester
The PHT-3300 is a rebound hardness tester with that is very compact, highly accuracy, wide measuring range and simplicity of operation. It is suitable for testing the hardness of all metals and widely applied in many industries. As with all dynamic portable hardness testers, it is designed to test very large hard parts. Steel should be close to 1″ thick of solid material, softer metals need even more mass. The PHT-3300 portable hardness tester combines the universal impact device D and a data processor in a single unit. It automatically computes all Vickers, Brinell, Rockwell, and Shore hardness values. USB output enables this model to print any of it’s memory from up to 500 groups. The impact direction can be set so that the accurate values can be achieved at any angle, even upside down! Statistical mean value is automatically provided.