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A UCI hardness tester (ultrasonic contact impedance hardness tester) and a Leeb's rebound hardness tester are both handheld portable hardness testers for testing the hardness of metals such as steel, aluminum, and copper. Read the full content...

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 UCI (Ultrasonic) Portable Hardness Tester Sonodur 2


Conform to ASTM, DIN standard

Bright TFT color display, touch screen

Windows embedded full alphabet keyboard

Display dwell time with count down

Menu provide step-by-step guideline

Unlimited onboard storage (32 GB)

Motor & hand probe test force 1 -98 N

Covers most hardness scales and materials

Interface: USB, bluetooth

Made in Germany

SonoDur2 UCI (ultrasonic) portable hardness tester made by NewSonic represents the best quality of German engineering. This model has high accuracy on almost any type of applications, whether the parts are big or small, smooth or rough. It is very easy to use, even for beginner users. Material settings and hardness settings can be customized to your unique applications. It's an investment that will pay for itself through the quality of your products.

Here are some additional pictures of SonoDur2 UCI (ultrasonic) portable hardness tester: Spec 1, Spec 2, Spec 3.

 UCI (Ultrasonic) Portable Hardness Tester TIME5620


Test metals of any size or location

Hardness scales: HRC, HRB, HRA, HB, 

HV, HS, Mpa

Motorized probes: 1 N, 3 N, 5 N, & 8 N

Manual probes: 10 N, 20 N, 50 N, &98 N

Magnetic shoe for easy positioning

Optional support rings

Onboard memory

Optional platform for general purpose

Optional platform for cylinders

Video above: UCI (ultrasonic) handheld portable hardness tester Sonodur2 testing hardness of steel gear teeth with ease.

Watch YouTube playlist of five videos showing testing results from a SonoDur2 ultrasonic hardness tester and a TIME5120 rebound hardness tester on parts of different sizes, before and after coupling.

All instruments have warranty.

Technical support and repair service are available throughout the life of instruments.

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