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Micro Hardness Testers

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According to ASTM E-384, micro hardness testing specifies an allowable range of loads for testing with a diamond indenter. The resulting indentation is then recorded and converted to a hardness value. Typically loads are very light, ranging from a few grams to one or several kilograms. Since the test indentation is very small, micro hardness testing is useful for a variety of applications such as testing very thin materials like foils or measuring individual micro-structures.

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