Hardness test blocks

  • 10-Jan-2011 03:20 EST

Brinell hardness test blocks from Wilson Hardness are ASTM E10 and ISO 6506 compliant and are supplied with a comprehensive certificate of calibration, traceable to NIST. Designed with a test surface measuring 6 x 4.5 in, the blocks feature an increase in number of indents from 35 to 80, on average, and provide 128% more tests on a single block. The larger size and increased life will result in fewer orders and lower administrative costs for consumers. Engraved indent placement pattern ensures that appropriate indent spacing is maintained, eliminating erroneous readings.

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