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The lack of flatness of the sample can cause errors in hardness results, that’s why...
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We wrote this article to dispel a myth: that the hardness testers are so solid to be unbreakable.
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The reason why the thermal expansion is making you work in vain
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The Vickers hardness test measure the force used for the indentation of the material is determined, followed by the optical measurement of the size of the indentation.
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The Shore test is one of the static mechanical tests that can be used to measure the hardness of plastic and rubber materials. Tires, shoe insoles and gaskets are just a few examples, although it can actually be used in all polymer, elastomer, rubber and gel-like materials.
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Both the prolonged use and the state of inactivity can generate problems that if underestimated could compromise the reliability of the instrument in its use.
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Hardness test blocks are frequently used to verify the accuracy of the values measured by the...
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Ferrous materials tend toward gradual corrosion due to their contact with oxygen and water. The higher...
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