Do you need an expert in Brinell hardness tests?


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Inspenet, March 30, 2023

Versa Integrity Group, Inc. is an industrial services provider providing a wide range of specialized services related to the maintenance, inspection and construction of piping and mechanical systems. One of the services provided by the company is the Brinell® Hardness Testing (BHT / Brinell® Hardness Testing).

Its inspectors use ultrasonic and eddy current flaw detectors that offer unmatched capability for applications ranging from weld inspection to detecting hidden cracks, voids, porosity, and other internal irregularities in metals, composites, plastics, and ceramics.

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Its high-quality flaw detection services offer numerous convenient measurement features, application-specific software, ease of use, versatility, and robustness.

Analog Brinell Hardness Test

Analog Telebrineller hardness measurements are a direct comparison to a known physical reference and therefore measurements are not subject to inaccuracies due to alloy, thickness, geometry, position, etc., which are common with many other portable durometers. The test bars that are the core of this system are calibrated to a uniform hardness of ±3% of the labeled BHN.

The hardness of the bars is measured with equipment whose precision is certified traceable to the National Institute of Standardization. Readings from the Leica Telebrineller microscope can be made with an accuracy of 0.05 millimeters. The method involves a hammer blow, and the measurement of the resulting impressions and the manipulation of a basic equation are calculated on the computer.

Digital Brinell Hardness Test

The Digital Brinell Durometer makes a Brinell impression in accordance with the standard method for Brinell tests. The resulting print can be measured optically to determine the Brinell number. Using a digital durometer, we can measure the depth of an impression. The depth measurement method means faster tests, more consistent results, and less operator influence than traditional optical measurements, allowing Versa to minimize human error and maximize uptime.

To learn more about the services offered by Versa Integrity Group, visit their website:

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