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We are a trusted company offering a vast assortment of Non Destructive Testing Services such as Ultrasonic Testing, Radiography Testing, Magnetic Particle Testing, Penetrant Testing, Stress Relieving, Thickness Gauging/Measurement, Hardness Testing and more making the best use of our experience, technical expertise & facility. We assist our clients to maintain systems in compliance to defined standards of quality & safety.


Ultrasonic Testing ServicesGet Quotation
In ultrasonic testing (UT), very short ultrasonic pulse-waves with center frequencies ranging from 0.1-15 MHz and occasionally up to 50 MHz are launched into materials to detect internal flaws or to characterize materials. A common example is ultrasonic thickness measurement, which tests the thickness of the test object, for example, to monitor pipework corrosion.Ultrasonic testing is often performed on steel and other metals and alloys, though it can also be used on concrete, wood and composites, albeit with less resolution. It is a form of non-destructive testing used in many industries including aerospace, automotive and other transportation sectors.In pulse-echo mode, the transducer performs both the sending and the receiving of the pulsed waves as the "sound" is reflected back to the device. Reflected ultrasound comes from an interface, such as the back wall of the object or from an imperfection within the object. The diagnostic machine displays these results in the form of a signal with an amplitude representing the intensity of the reflection and the distance, representing the arrival time of the reflection.
Advantages1. High penetrating power, which allows the detection of flaws deep in the part.2. High sensitivity, permitting the detection of extremely small flaws.3. Greater accuracy than other nondestructive methods in determining the depth of internal flaws and the thickness of parts with parallel surfaces.4. Some capability of estimating the size, orientation, shape and nature of defects.5. Non hazardous to operations or to nearby personnel and has no effect on equipment and materials in the vicinity.6. Capable of portable or highly automated operation.7. It is sensitive to both surface and subsurface discontinuities.8. Only single-sided access is needed when the pulse-echo technique is used.9. Minimal part preparation is required.10. Electronic equipment provides instantaneous results.11. Detailed images can be produced with automated systems.12. It has other uses, such as thickness measurement, in addition to flaw detection. 

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Positive Material IdentificationGet Quotation
PMIT testing of ferrous and non ferrous materials using handheld portable PMI equipment.
Positive Material Identification (PMI) is one of the more specialised non destructive testing methods. With positive material identification the alloy composition of materials can be determined. If a material certificate is missing or it is not clear what the composition of a material is, then PMI offers the solution. Because specifications for materials used in industry are increasingly more specific, the need for PMI testing has been on an increase for the past several years. Periodic plant maintenance shutdowns are less frequent and consequently the materials used in the plant are in use longer. A wider variety of alloys that are indistinguishable to the eye are being used in process plants. When facility and inspection staff replace components, they must be able to guarantee that the new part matches required specifications. Recent industrial accidents have cost the lives of workers and heightened the the awareness of the need for accurate and comprehensive PMI inspections.
Today, many major oil companies require that every pipe, flange, connector, valve and welding seam in critical parts of the plant be measured to verify that materials match engineering specifications. In addition to compatibility issues, several other reasons can exist for material specification including design, corrosion resistance, and compliance to codes and standards such as ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. It also finds applications in the following areas :-Aerospace Manufacturing • Aerospace Castings • Aerospace Fastener QA / QC • Failure AnalysisPharmaceutical Manufacturing • Component Validation • Installation Qualification (IQ) • Operational Qualification (OQ)Electric Power Industry • Plant Inspection • Failure Analysis PMI • Incoming Materials • In Stock Materials • In service Testing

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Stress Relieving ServiceGet Quotation
STRESS-RELIEF HEAT TREATING is used to relieve stresses that remain locked in a structure as a consequence of a manufacturing sequence. This definition separates stress-relief heat treating from postweld heat treating in that the goal of postweld heat treating is to provide, in addition to the relief of residual stresses, some preferred metallurgical structure or properties. For example, most ferritic weldments are given postweld heat treatment to improve the fracture toughness of the heat-affected zones (HAZ). Moreover, austenitic and nonferrous alloys are frequently postweld heat treated to improve resistance to environmental damage. Stress-relief heat treating is the uniform heating of a structure, or portion thereof, to a suitable temperature below the transformation range, holding at this temperature for a predetermined period of time, followed by uniform cooling. Care must be taken to ensure uniform cooling, particularly when a component is composed of variable section sizes. If the rate of cooling is not constant and uniform, new residual stresses can result that are equal to or greater than those that the heat-treating process was intended to relieve. Stress-relief heat treating can reduce distortion and high stresses from welding that can affect service performance. The presence of residual stresses can lead to stress-corrosion cracking (SCC) near welds and in regions of a component that has been cold strained during processing. Furthermore, cold strain per se can produce a reduction in creep strength at elevated temperatures. Residual stresses in a ferritic steel cause significant reduction in resistance to brittle fracture. In a material that is not prone to brittle fracture, such as an austenitic stainless steel, residual stresses can be sufficient to provide the stress necessary to promote SCC even in environments that appear to be benign.

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Dye Penetrant TestingGet Quotation
Service Provider of a wide range of services which include dye penetrant testing services, dye penetrant testing and fluorescent testing service.

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Non Destructive TestingGet Quotation
We offer a wide array of Non Destructive Testing Services for metal structures like Ultrasonic Testing Services, Radiography Testing Services, Magnetic Particle Testing Services, Dye Penetrant Testing Services, Stress Relieving, Leak Testing Services, Vacuum Testing Services, Metallography Services and so on.
Non Destructive Testing (NDT), Non Destructive Evaluation (NDE) and Non
Destructive Inspection (NDI) are the terms used to represent the techniques
that are based on the application of physical principles employed for the
purpose of determining the characteristics of materials or components or
systems and for detecting and assessing the inhomogeneities and harmful
defects without impairing the usefulness of such materials or components of
systems.
NDT plays an important role not only in quality control of the finished product
but also during various stages of manufacturing. NDT is also used for condition
monitoring of various items during operation to predict and access the
remaining life of rhe component while retaining its structural integrity. NDT
enables optimum utilization of components without sacrificing safety. The use
of microprocessors for data acquisition and processing and automated devices
for reliable testing have vastly improved the condition monitoring on complex
components and plants. The operator dependency for routine inspection is
reduced and thus the person can concentrate more on the technological
aspects. The end result is the saving in time, cost and improvement in precision
and reliability of the results obtained.
NDT methods range from the simple to the intricate. Visual inspection is the
simplest of all. Surface imperfections invisible to the eye may be revealed by
Penetrant or magnetic methods. If serious surface defects are found, there is
often little point in proceeding further to the more complicated examination of
the interior by other methods like ultrasonics or radiography. The principal
NDT methods are Visual or Optical Inspection, Liquid Penetrant Testing,
Magnetic Particle Testing, Radiography Testing, Ultrasonic Testing, Eddy
Current Testing, Helium Leak Detection, etc.


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Training & CertificationGet Quotation
Inspection and Testing Engineers have been providing training in Non Destructive Testing (NDT) and Welding Inspection for more than a decade and have certified many Engineers/Engineering Students/candidates with other technical qualifications and Working Professionals. We provide NDT & related trainings in the following methods:-??? Ultrasonic Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Radiography Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Magnetic Particle Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Liquid Penetrant Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Visual Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Leak Testing (Level I & Level II).??? Welding Inspection

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Welding Inspection and Consulting GroupGet Quotation
Service Provider of a wide range of services which include welding training.

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Destructive Testing ServicesGet Quotation
Offering you a complete choice of services which include chemical testing services, mechanical testing services and welder qualification testing service.

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Inspection ServicesGet Quotation
We offer and deal in wide range of Inspection Services such as stress relieving service, training & certification for ndt, risk assessment, third party inspection service, welding consultation service.

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Spectro AnalysisGet Quotation
Pioneers in the industry, we offer spectro analysis and chemical testing for ferrous and non ferrous from India.

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Material Testing ServicesGet Quotation
We are engaged in offering a wide array of Material Testing Services such as magnetic particle testing services, destructive testing of metals, mechanical & chemical testing, material testing laboratories, in-situ metallography.

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Radiography / X Ray Testing DivisionGet Quotation
Leading Service Provider of radiography testing and radiography testing services from Noida.

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Metal testing groupGet Quotation
Services provided includes inspection & testing of metals using various NDT techniques.

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Ultrasonic TestingGet Quotation
Includes services like Ultrasonic flaw detection, thickness measurement/gauging, etc. In ultrasonic testing (UT), very short ultrasonic pulse-waves with center
frequencies ranging from 0.1-15 MHz and occasionally up to 50 MHz are
launched into materials to detect internal flaws or to characterize materials. A
common example is ultrasonic thickness measurement, which tests the
thickness of the test object, for example, to monitor pipework corrosion.
Ultrasonic testing is often performed on steel and other metals and alloys,
though it can also be used on concrete, wood and composites, albeit with less
resolution. It is a form of non-destructive testing used in many industries
including aerospace, automotive and other transportation sectors.
In pulse-echo mode, the transducer performs both the sending and the
receiving of the pulsed waves as the "sound" is reflected back to the device.
Reflected ultrasound comes from an interface, such as the back wall of the
object or from an imperfection within the object. The diagnostic machine
displays these results in the form of a signal with an amplitude representing
the intensity of the reflection and the distance, representing the arrival time of
the reflection.
Advantages
1. High penetrating power, which allows the detection of flaws deep in the
part.
2. High sensitivity, permitting the detection of extremely small flaws.
3. Greater accuracy than other nondestructive methods in determining the
depth of internal flaws and the thickness of parts with parallel surfaces.
4. Some capability of estimating the size, orientation, shape and nature of
defects.
5. Non hazardous to operations or to nearby personnel and has no effect on
equipment and materials in the vicinity.
6. Capable of portable or highly automated operation.
7. It is sensitive to both surface and subsurface discontinuities.
8. Only single-sided access is needed when the pulse-echo technique is used.
9. Minimal part preparation is required.
10. Electronic equipment provides instantaneous results.
11. Detailed images can be produced with automated systems.
12. It has other uses, such as thickness measurement, in addition to flaw
detection.

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Heat Treatment for MetalGet Quotation
A STEEL is usually defined as an alloy of iron and carbon with the carbon content between a few hundreds of a percent up to about 2 wt%. Other alloying elements can amount in total to about 5 wt% in low-alloy steels and higher in more highly alloyed steels such as tool steels and stainless steels. Steels can exhibit a wide variety of properties depending on composition as well as the phases and microconstituents present, which in turn depend on the heat treatment.
STRESS-RELIEF HEAT TREATING is used to relieve stresses that remain locked in a structure as a consequence of a manufacturing sequence. This definition separates stress-relief heat treating from postweld heat treating in that the goal of postweld heat treating is to provide, in addition to the relief of residual stresses, some preferred metallurgical structure or properties. For example, most ferritic weldments are given postweld heat treatment to improve the fracture toughness of the heat-affected zones (HAZ).
NORMALIZING OF STEEL is a heat-treating process that is often considered from both thermal and microstructural standpoints. In the thermal sense, normalizing is an austenitizing heating cycle followed by cooling in still or slightly agitated air. Typically, the work is heated to a temperature about 55 °C (100 °F) above the upper critical line of the ironiron carbide phase diagram. Tobe properly classed as a normalizing treatment, the heating portion of the process must produce a homogeneous austenitic phase (face-centered cubic, or fcc, crystal structure) prior to cooling. 
ANNEALING is a generic term denoting a treatment that consists of heating to and holding at a suitable temperature followed by cooling at an appropriate rate, primarily for the softening of metallic materials 

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Hardness testingGet Quotation
We provide hardness testing services for materials using portable hardness tester.
ITE’s Destructive Testing Lab Division which has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per ISO 17025 in the field of Chemical & Mechanical Testing of Metals. This is the highest accreditation granted to laboratories working in the domain of Material Testing and Calibration services.THE TERM HARDNESS, as it is used in industry, may be defined as the ability of a material to resist permanent indentation or deformation when in contact with an indenter under load. Generally a hardness test consists of pressing an indenter of known geometry and mechanical properties into the test material. The hardness of the material is quantified using one of a variety of scales that directly or indirectly indicate the contact pressure involved in deforming the test surface. Since the indenter is pressed into the material during testing, hardness is also viewed as the ability of a material to resist compressive loads. The indenter may be spherical (Brinell test), pyramidal (Vickers and Knoop tests), or conical (Rockwell test). In the Brinell, Vickers, and Knoop tests, hardness value is the load supported by unit area of the indentation, expressed in kilograms per square millimeter (kgf/mm2). In the Rockwell tests, the depth of indentation at a prescribed load is determined and converted to a hardness number (without measurement units), which is inversely related to the depth. Hardness tests are no longer limited to metals, and the currently available tools and procedures cover a vast range of materials including polymers, elastomers, thin films, semiconductors, and ceramics. Hardness measurements as applied to specific classes of materials convey different fundamental aspects of the material. Thus, for metals, hardness is directly proportional to the uniaxial yield stress at the strain imposed by the indentation. 

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Third Party Inspection ServicesGet Quotation
We are a leading Service Provider of asnt ndt level iii services from Noida, India.

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Magnetic Particle TestingGet Quotation
We are a leading Service Provider of magnetic particle testing services, coil magnetic particle testing, fluorescent mpi service and magnetic particle testing from Noida, India.

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Welder Qualification ServicesGet Quotation
Leading Service Provider of welding procedure inspection from Noida.

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Bend Testing ServicesGet Quotation
ITE’s Destructive Testing Lab Division which has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per ISO 17025 in the field of Chemical & Mechanical Testing of Metals. This is the highest accreditation granted to laboratories working in the domain of Material Testing and Calibration services.BEND TESTS are conducted to determine the ductility or strength of a material.Bend tests for ductility differ fundamentally from other mechanical tests in that most mechanical tests are designed to give a quantitative result and have an objective endpoint. In contrast, bending ductility tests give a pass/fail result with a subjective endpoint; the test operator judges whether a surface has undergone cracking. The bending ductility test developed as a shop-floor material inspection test because of its pass/fail qualities and the simplicity and low cost of the required tooling. As a consequence, the development of bending ductility test methods and apparatuses has been carried out by users rather than by mechanical-test equipment manufacturers. Test procedures and specimen preparation methods have evolved without close attention to detail. Therefore, despite the value of the test and its long history of use, there has been minimal standardization.Description and requirements of bend test is given in various other standards like ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1, IS 1599, IS 2062, ASTM A 370, etc.

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Tensile TestingGet Quotation
ITE’s Destructive Testing Lab Division which has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per ISO 17025 in the field of Chemical & Mechanical Testing of Metals. This is the highest accreditation granted to laboratories working in the domain of Material Testing and Calibration services.For carrying out Tensile Testing, we have the best in class computer operated UTM for obtaining precise and best possible results. By carrying out tensile test, some of the characteristics of the material are obtained which are Ultimate Tensile Strength, Yield Stress/Strength, Percentage Elongation, Elastic Limit, Modulus of Elasticity.The tensile strength is the value most frequently quoted from the results of a tension test. Actually, however, it is a value of little fundamental significance with regard to the strength of a metal. For ductile metals, the tensile strength should be regarded as a measure of the maximum load that a metal can withstand under the very restrictive conditions of uniaxial loading. This value bears little relation to the useful strength of the metal under the more complex conditions of stress that usually are encountered. For many years, it was customary to base the strength of members on the tensile strength, suitably reduced by a factor of safety. The current trend is to use the more rational approach of basing the static design of ductile metals on the yield strength. However, due to the long practice of using the tensile strength to describe the strength of materials, it has become a familiar property, and as such, it is a useful identification of a material in the same sense that the chemical composition serves to identify a metal or alloy. Furthermore, because the tensile strength is easy to determine and is a reproducible property, it is useful for the purposes of specification and for quality control of a product. Extensive empirical correlations between tensile strength and properties such as hardness and fatigue strength are often useful. For brittle materials, the tensile strength is a valid design criterion.

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Impact TestingGet Quotation
ITE’s Destructive Testing Lab Division which has been accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per ISO 17025 in the field of Chemical & Mechanical Testing of Metals. This is the highest accreditation granted to laboratories working in the domain of Material Testing and Calibration services.Impact Tests are done to determine the notch toughness of the material.Toughness is defined as the ability of a material to absorb energy. It is usually characterized by the area under a stress-strain curve for a smooth (unnotched) tension specimen loaded slowly to fracture. Notch toughness represents the ability of a material to absorb energy usually determined under impact loading in the presence of a notch. Notch toughness is measured by using a variety of specimens such as the Charpy V-notch impact specimen, the dynamic-tear specimen, and plane-strain fracture-toughness specimens under static loading and under impact loading.Traditionally, the notch-toughness characteristics of low- and intermediate-strength steels have been described in terms of the transition from ductile to brittle behavior as test temperature increases. Most structural steels can fail in either a ductile or a brittle manner depending on several conditions such as temperature, loading rate, and constraint. The most widely used specimen for characterizing the ductile-to-brittle transition behavior of steels has been the Charpy V-notch impact specimen and Izod V notch impact specimen. These specimens may be tested at different temperatures and the impact notch toughness at each test temperature may be determined from the energy absorbed during fracture, the percent shear (fibrous) fracture on the fracture surface, or the change in the width of the specimen (lateral expansion).Description and requirements of bend test is given in various other standards like ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1, IS 1757, IS 1598, IS 2062, ASTM A 370, etc.

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Hardness Metals Testing ServicesGet Quotation
Leading Service Provider of hardness metals testing and coil magnetic particle testing from Noida.

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Welding Inspection ServiceGet Quotation
Service Provider of a wide range of services which include welding inspection services.

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Welding ConsultationGet Quotation
Offering you a complete choice of services which include welding consultation service and welding consultancy.

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Risk Assessment ServicesGet Quotation
Our range of services include risk assessment.

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Material Testing LaboratoriesGet Quotation
Our range of services include material testing laboratories and chemical testing for ferrous and non ferrous.

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X Ray TestingGet Quotation
We are a leading Service Provider of x ray testing for metal casting from Noida, India.

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NDT TrainingGet Quotation

We provide best in class ASNT NDT Level I, II training and certification. Lectures for more than 6 NDT methods are taken by our qualified and experienced team of ASNT Level III certified trainers and Engineers.

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Health Assessment ServicesGet Quotation
Pioneers in the industry, we offer health assessment services from India.

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Helium Leak TestingGet Quotation
Leak testing is employed to detect leaks and determine the rate at which a
fluid i.e. a liquid or gas will penetrate from inside a tight component or
assembly to the outside or vice versa as a result of pressure differential
between the two regions or of permeation of somewhat extended barrier. It
has become conventional to use the term “leak” to refer to an actual
discontinuity or passage through which a fluid flows or permeates. “Leakage”
refers to the fluid that has flowed through a leak. “Leak rate” refers to the rate
of fluid flow per unit of time under a given set of conditions, and is properly
expressed in units of mss per unit of time. Standard leak rate refers to the rate
of flow o atmospheric air under conditions in which inlet pressure is 0.1 Mpa
±5%; outlet pressure is leass tha 1 Kpa; temperature is 298K±5 and dew point
is less than -298K.
The term “minimum detectable leak” refers to the smallest hole or discrete
passage that can be detected and “minimum detectable leak rate” refers to
the smallest detectable fluid flow rate. The amount of leakage required for a
leak testing instrument to give a minimum detectable signal can be
determined. This amount is generally used to denote the sensitivity of the
instrument. Instrument sensitivity is independent of test conditions, but when
an instrument is applied to a test, the sensitivity of the test depends on the
existing conditions of pressure, temperature and fluid.

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Helium Leak TestingsGet Quotation
Leak testing is employed to detect leaks and determine the rate at which a
fluid i.e. a liquid or gas will penetrate from inside a tight component or
assembly to the outside or vice versa as a result of pressure differential
between the two regions or of permeation of somewhat extended barrier. It
has become conventional to use the term “leak” to refer to an actual
discontinuity or passage through which a fluid flows or permeates. “Leakage”
refers to the fluid that has flowed through a leak. “Leak rate” refers to the rate
of fluid flow per unit of time under a given set of conditions, and is properly
expressed in units of mss per unit of time. Standard leak rate refers to the rate
of flow o atmospheric air under conditions in which inlet pressure is 0.1 Mpa
±5%; outlet pressure is leass tha 1 Kpa; temperature is 298K±5 and dew point
is less than -298K.
The term “minimum detectable leak” refers to the smallest hole or discrete
passage that can be detected and “minimum detectable leak rate” refers to
the smallest detectable fluid flow rate. The amount of leakage required for a
leak testing instrument to give a minimum detectable signal can be
determined. This amount is generally used to denote the sensitivity of the
instrument. Instrument sensitivity is independent of test conditions, but when
an instrument is applied to a test, the sensitivity of the test depends on the
existing conditions of pressure, temperature and fluid.


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HEAT TREATMENT SERVICESGet Quotation
Our range of services include heat treatment services.

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HARDNESS TESTING SERVICESGet Quotation
ITE’s Destructive Testing Lab Division which has been accredited by National
Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) as per
ISO 17025 in the field of Chemical & Mechanical Testing of Metals. This is the
highest accreditation granted to laboratories working in the domain of
Material Testing and Calibration services.
THE TERM HARDNESS, as it is used in industry, may be defined as the ability of
a material to resist permanent indentation or deformation when in contact
with an indenter under load. Generally a hardness test consists of pressing an
indenter of known geometry and mechanical properties into the test material.
The hardness of the material is quantified using one of a variety of scales that
directly or indirectly indicate the contact pressure involved in deforming the
test surface. Since the indenter is pressed into the material during testing,
hardness is also viewed as the ability of a material to resist compressive loads.
The indenter may be spherical (Brinell test), pyramidal (Vickers and Knoop
tests), or conical (Rockwell test). In the Brinell, Vickers, and Knoop tests,
hardness value is the load supported by unit area of the indentation, expressed
in kilograms per square millimeter (kgf/mm2). In the Rockwell tests, the depth
of indentation at a prescribed load is determined and converted to a hardness
number (without measurement units), which is inversely related to the depth.
Hardness tests are no longer limited to metals, and the currently available
tools and procedures cover a vast range of materials including polymers,
elastomers, thin films, semiconductors, and ceramics. Hardness measurements
as applied to specific classes of materials convey different fundamental aspects
of the material. Thus, for metals, hardness is directly proportional to the
uniaxial yield stress at the strain imposed by the indentation. This statement,
however, may not apply in the case of polymers, since their yield stress is ill
defined. Yet hardness measurement may be a useful characterization
technique for different properties of polymers, such as storage and loss
modulus. Similarly, the measured hardness of ceramics and glasses may relate
to their fracture toughness, and there appears to be some correlation between
microhardness and compressive strength.

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