Now You Can Measure Brinell Hardness Anywhere:
- In the Field
- In the Plant
- In the Laboratory
Developed for use by its own welding crews in the field, Teleweld Inc. has based this system on proven metallurgical knowledge supported by more than fifty years of field experience.
- Lightweight: The complete Telebrineller system in its case, weighs approx 4.5kg. Easily transported to any location, it is highly practical for all Brinell hardness testing needs.
- Simple operation: One hammer blow, measurement of the resulting impressions and the manipulation of a basic equation on the calculator provided is all that is required. In a few minutes, anyone can learn to measure BHN (Brinell Hardness Number) accurately.
- Certified accuracy: The test bars which are the core of this system, are calibrated to a uniform hardness of +/- 3% of the labelled BHN. Hardness of the bars is measured by equipment whose accuracy is certified traceable to the National Standards Institute. Readings may be made within 0.05mm.
- Weatherproof: Designed for field use, there are no delicate adjustments or fragile components to be concerned with. All parts are rugged, solid and able to deliver accurate measurements in all weather, under the roughest field conditions.
- The kit includes 5 bars of selected hardness, microscope, calculator, bar holder, calculation pad and carrying case.
Description: The Halteman Filletester is designed for the Brinell Hardness testing of fillet welds and other hard to reach areas.
The Filletester is used in conjunction with the Telebrineller kit manufactured by Teleweld. For easier handling, it is recommended that the sandard Telebrineller test bars be cut in half. Impressions can be measured by using the 5/8" diameter end of the microscope Halteman Filletester nose piece.