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April, 2017

The Phase II hardness tester group has added a new ultrasonic portable hardness tester series, the PHT-6000. This model replaces our MET series portable hardness testers. The PHT-6000 ultrasonic portable hardness testers offer not only more advanced features, but offer a more comprehensive hardness tester system, with greater variety of UCI probes. Manual UCI probes include a 1, 2 5 and 10kg load. In addition, now motorized probes are available with 0.3, 0.8 and 1kg loads for very thin and ultra fine surface hardness testing. A complete Ultrasonic portable hardness tester system is now available for greater variety of hardness tester applications. Bench hardness testers have also been added. A new Load cell driven, Rockwell hardness tester 900-367, with dolphin nose design has made the cut. This Rockwell hardness tester has a detached color touchscreen for easy operation. This model also comes standard with usb output and software, for a complete turnkey system. Watch out for a big sister twin model, Rockwell/Superficial Rockwell hardness tester, 900-387. This hardness tester is around the corner. Our latest and greatest, the 900-388 twin Rockwell-Superficial Rockwell hardness tester comes with a dolphin nose design, but the best part is the new motorized auto Z axis, hardness testing system. Just place your workpiece on the anvil, press a button and all aspects of the test will be completed with an unrivaled level of accuracy and high precision. Phase II has updated all Vickers and micro Vickers hardness tester software.

In the world of surface roughness testers, Phase II has upgraded the battery on the SRG-4600 surface roughness testers. Watch for new surface roughness tester models coming before the end of 2017.

The ultrasonic thickness gauge group is in the process of seeing software updates, as well as an update for the UTG-2800 ultrasonic thickness gauges.

Coating thickness gauges have seen Phase II discontinue the PTG-3525 coating thickness gauge model.

2017 will bring more product variety, and a higher level of technology to our line of Material Testing Instruments. Finally, don’t forget to check out our instructional videos and subscribe to our YOUTUBE page, so you don’t miss any.


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