How do you use the hardness picks? Simply scratch a smooth surface of your material with the picks of various indicated hardness. As an example, if a No. 5 pick scratches the material, but a No. 4 pick does not, then your material’s hardness is 4.5.
Examples of materials on which industry uses this tool:
- Faucet finishes
- Touch screens
- Plastik dan gelas
- Material permukaan meja
- Produk bahan lantai
Mineralab has assembled this customized configuration for those industrial uses, with these notable differences versus our Geology kit:
- Molded Plastic Case to withstand rugged use in an industrial environment
- Non-tarnishing Nickel-Plated Brass Pin Vise Holders for the Hardness Points
- Customized Instructions for Use on Industrial Materials
- Customized Hardness Tables that cover the range of common materials
- This version of our Kit is optimized for Concrete Hardness Testing
What is included in the Mohs’ Hardness Test Kit – Industrial version?
- Four double-ended picks, color-coded, with eight points comprising 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9 on Mohs’ hardness scale, as shown above.
- Two Hardness Plates (of Mohs’ hardness of 3.5 and 5.5)
- A 100 grit Grinding Stone to keep the points sharp.
- Rugged and compact molded Plastic Case.
- Hardness Table for 80 common Materials.
- Complete Instructions, customized for Industrial applications.
- One year Warranty, and 30 day Money Back Guarantee
What is the size of the Mohs’ Hardness Test Kit?
- The carrying and storage case is 8″ x 5″ x 2″.
- Weight is 14 ounces. Shipping weight is about 1.1 pounds.