The Webster type Portable Hardness Tester is an indentation style of tester used for quick determination of material hardness in situ.
It is ideal for measuring the hardness of softer and thin metals such as aluminium alloys, brass, copper and cold rolled steel sheet.
It can be used for purposes such as identifying heat treated from non-heat treated parts, quality control and maintenance checks etc.
- One hand operation
- Range: 0 to 20 HW (25 to 110 HRE)
- Accuracy: 0.5 HW
- Perform tests on range of tube sizes and flat sheet
WHT-20: Standard Webster hardness tester commonly used to test common aluminum profiles and pipes.
WHT-20a: Thickened type is applicable for testing the hardness of aluminum profile with the thickness less than 13mm.
WHT-20b: Thin pipe type suitable for testing of pipes with the inside diameter of above 6mm.
WHT-B75: Brass type hardness tester designed for testing the hardness of brass material and hardened aluminum.
WHT-BB75: For soft brass and red copper materials.
WHT-B92: Soft steel type used to test stainless steel sheets and cold-rolled steel sheets.
- Webster Tester
- Webster hardness block (high value)
- Calibration wrench
- Spare indenter
- Small screwdriver
- Carrying case