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  1. Starrett Introduces Automated Digital Hardness Testers

    0 Comments by Pam Laite Published on 10-08-2019 03:28 PM
    ATHOL, MA U.S.A. (October 8, 2019) – The L.S. Starrett Co., a leading global manufacturer of precision measuring tools and gages, metrology systems and more, has introduced two new digital Rockwell/ Superficial Rockwell Benchtop Hardness Testers (Nos. 3823 and 3824) with fully automated load/ unload procedures, and capable of providing highly accurate readings. The new Starrett Hardness Tester models utilize a closed-loop control unit with a load cell, a DC motor and an electronic measurement and control unit instead of traditional dead weights, enabling high accuracy measurements at all test loads up to 0.5%. The testers are part of a significantly expanded line of new hardness testing solutions that Starrett is now offering.
    The Starrett No. 3824 Hardness Tester has an automated Z-Axis. The user simply presses the START key, and the entire test process is automatically completed. The Starrett testers feature programmable scale conversions, dwell times, statistical capabilities and a test counter and are capable of testing in a wide range of 30 different Rockwell hardness scales for carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron and non-ferrous metals.
    Suitable for both internal and external testing via a dolphin nose design, the Starrett No. 3823 and 3824 Digital Testers are high precision testing solutions that meet ISO 6508-2 and ASTM E18 standards. They feature a built-in micro-printer, touch screen control on a high definition LCD display, USB output, and are furnished with PC-based software. For memory, a maximum of 400 items of test results are stored automatically. Testing capacity is 12" (300 mm) vertical and 8.8" (220 mm) horizontal. A full range of accessories from test blocks to anvils, to dust cover are also included.
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    Featuring a manual Z-Axis instead of an automated Z, the No. 3823 Digital Superficial Rockwell Hardness Tester is a good value alternative to the No. 3824 Tester. Both the Starrett No. 3823 and No. 3824 feature auto load test force control. For more information on the No. 3824 click here and for the No. 3823 click here.

    About The L.S. Starrett Company
    Founded in 1880 and headquartered in Athol, MA U.S.A., The L.S. Starrett Company is a leading global manufacturer of precision measuring tools and gages, optical comparators and vision systems and force and hardness testing solutions. Starrett also manufactures laser measurement systems, custom engineered granite solutions, custom gaging, band saw blades, power tool accessory saw blades, workshop tools and jobsite tools. The Starrett brand is recognized throughout the world for exceptional quality and precision. Skilled personnel, superior products, manufacturing expertise, innovation and excellent service and support have earned Starrett its reputation as the "World's Greatest Toolmakers". Starrett has over 1,600 employees worldwide and annual sales exceeding $200 million. The company has six manufacturing locations in the U.S.A., including facilities in Massachusetts, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Minnesota and California. Starrett also has three international manufacturing facilities. Plants are located in Brazil, Scotland and China, in addition to distribution centers and offices located worldwide. The L.S. Starrett Company is publicly traded on the NYSE, symbol SCX.

    For more information on the Starrett Hardness Tester Line, visit starrett.com/hardness or contact The L.S. Starrett Company, 121 Crescent Street, Athol, MA 01331 U.S.A. Telephone: (978) 249-3551,
    Fax: (978) 249-8495, email: general@starrett.com, internet: https://www.starrett.com

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