Starrett Offers 2 New Hardness Testers
By Metal Center News Staff
on Dec 4, 2020
The L.S. Starrett Co., Athol, Mass., has introduced two new digital Rockwell Benchtop Hardness Testers, No. 3824 and 3823, with fully automated load/unload procedures, and capable of providing highly accurate readings.
The new Starrett Hardness Tester models utilize a closed-loop control unit with a load cell, a DC motor and an electronic measurement and control unit instead of traditional dead weights, enabling high accuracy measurements at all test loads up to 0.5 percent. The testers are part of a significantly expanded line of new hardness testing solutions that Starrett is now offering.
The Starrett testers feature programmable scale conversions, dwell times, statistical capabilities and a test counter and are capable of testing in a wide range of 30 different Rockwell hardness scales for carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron and non-ferrous metals.
Suitable for both internal and external testing via a dolphin nose design, the Starrett No. 3823 and 3824 Digital Testers are high-precision testing solutions that meet ISO 6508-2 and ASTM E18 standards.
For more information, call 978-249-3551, or visit www.starrett.com