Range of services of our materials testing laboratory
Our materials laboratory has testing machines and equipment to carry out strength, hardness and technological tests in accordance with standards. The following table characterises the measuring and testing ranges.
|Measured variable||Measuring and testing range|
|Tensile / compressive force||0.05 to 400 kN|
|Notched bar impact work||up to 150 J at -40°C to room temperature|
|Brinell hardness||22.3 to 600 HBW (HBW 10/3000; HBW 5/250; HBW 5/62.5; HBW 2.5/187.5; HBW 2.5/62.5)|
|Vickers hardness||10 to 3000 HV (HV 0.005; HV 0.01; HV 0.02; HV 0.05; HV 0.1; HV 0.2; HV 0.3; HV 0.5; HV 1; HV 5; HV 10; HV 30)|
|Rockwell hardness||20 to 70 HRC|
In the following table you will find some abbreviations for standardised designations.
|Rm||Tensile test: Tensile strength|
|Rp0,2||Tensile test: Yield strength at 0.2 % plastic extensometer strain|
|ReH||Tensile test: upper yield strength|
|A||Tensile test: Elongation at break|
|Z||Tensile test: fracture constriction|
|KV||Notched bar impact test according to Charpy: consumed impact energy of a specimen with V-notch|
|KU||Notched bar impact test according to Charpy: consumed impact energy of a specimen with U-notch|
|HV||Hardness test: Vickers hardness|
|HBW||Hardness test: Brinell hardness|
|HRC||Hardness test: Rockwell hardness (scale C)|
|HL||Hardness test: Leeb hardness|
|H MM HRC||Mobile hardness testing: by means of mechanical indentation depth measurement|
|HV (UCI)||Hardness test: according to the UCI method (Ultrasonic Contact Impedance)|
|CHD||Technological test: case hardening depth|
|Nht||Technological test: Nitriding hardness depth|
|DS||Technological test: hardening depth|
What are the advantages of mechanical-technological testing?
With mechanical-technological tests you can analyse the properties, quality and safety of your material or component. Use our tests to assess the functional and economic application of your product in the areas of manufacturing, further processing and process monitoring!