IIW-Type 1 Block, Special Alloy

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Description

Used for calibration of shear and longitudinal transducers, and verification of shear wedge exit point and refracted angle. Can also be used for resolution and sensitivity checking.

Inch 

In accordance with: IIW (International Institute of Welding) and ASTM E164, U.S. Customary Block.
  • Dimensions: 1.0" x 4.0" x 12.0"
  • Features: 4.0" radius, 2.0" and 0.060" diameter hole, 0.240" deep x 0.080" wide slot, and 1.0" radiussed slot x 0.060" deep x 0.120" wide.
  • Alloy: PH Tool specializes in custom blocks, and all of our test blocks are available in special and exotic alloys. Please contact us for a quote. We can machine blocks in Titanium alloys, Inconels and other Nickel alloys, Alloy Steels, Stainless Steels, Aluminums, Copper-Nickels, Brasses, Cast Irons, refractory alloys such as Molybdenum and Tungsten, and many more. Let us build your next special alloy test block!
  • Fitted wooden storage case or Cordura pouch optional...see above. 

 

Metric

In accordance with: IIW (International Institute of Welding) and ASTM E164, Metric Block.
  • Dimensions: 25.0 mm x 100.0 mm x 300.0 mm
  • Features: 100.0 mm radius, 1.5 mm diameter hole, 6.0 mm deep x 2.0 mm wide slot, and 25.0 mm radiussed slot x 1.5 mm deep x 3.0 mm wide.
  • Alloy: PH Tool specializes in custom blocks, and all of our test blocks are available in special and exotic alloys. Please contact us for a quote. We can machine blocks in Titanium alloys, Inconels and other Nickel alloys, Alloy Steels, Stainless Steels, Aluminums, Copper-Nickels, Brasses, Cast Irons, refractory alloys such as Molybdenum and Tungsten, and many more. Let us build your next special alloy test block!
  • Fitted wooden storage case or Cordura pouch optional...see above.
Note: Beginning in 2018, PH Tool will no longer be including the acrylic plug in this product. When current inventory is exhausted, plugs will be available upon special request only. This non-essential feature has long been considered optional per block specifications and is largely obsolete.