News - 7 Dec 2017
Buehler, an ITW Company and a global industrial manufacturer of value added consumables and materials testing equipment is introducing a Quick Ship program for the popular Wilson certified...
Article - 19 Mar 2014
The issues of repeatability, accuracy and correlation are inherent to microhardness testing. Hoever, using properly maintained and calibrated equipment, trained personnel, and appropriate testing...
Article - 29 Jan 2013
Case hardening is a procedure that is generally used for hardening cast irons, steels and other ferrous materials in such a way that the surface layer is significantly harder than the rest of the...
Article - 14 Mar 2018
The applications of advanced technical ceramics have multiplied manifold in the modern age. They are used for a wide array of tools and devices, ranging from sharp-edged tools to implants, and this...
Article - 21 Jul 2010
Combining our knowledge of FEA and the mechanical performance of polymeric materials we are able to generate reliable data for FEA input, mechanical properties for datasheets and determin long term...
News - 30 Sep 2010
EP Laboratories Inc, a leading independent materials testing facility specialising in mechanical testing at the nano and micro levels is pleased to announce new testing capabilities. They are now able...
Article - 5 Feb 2016
Many years ago, ferrous materials were rare, and were found only as debris of meteorites. Iron and its alloys were used only for accessories, such as cultural items or jewelry.
News - 14 Jul 2006
Qualitest presents the Handy Esatest portable hardness tester, the simplest operation equipment for hardness measuring in difficult points, by using electrical resistance. This product has been...
News - 6 Oct 2009
During Indentec's last UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) ISO 17025:2005 quality assurance audit in August 2009, they successfully increased their accreditation for the calibration of...
News - 25 Jan 2012
A critical review of claims that there are materials harder than diamond
"Diamond is not the hardest material anymore". This remarkable claim was first made at the International...