ETD & University of Portsmouth Collaboration cited in the 2018 ‘Best Practice Representative’ Award by the UK Parliamentary Review

  (L-r) Lynsey Plockyn, Head of Engineering, Dr Shibli, managing director of ETD, Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of University of Portsmouth and Dr Sarinova Simandjuntak.

(L-r) Lynsey Plockyn, Head of Engineering, Dr Shibli, managing director of ETD, Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of University of Portsmouth and Dr Sarinova Simandjuntak.

Researchers from the University’s School of Engineering worked with European Technology Development Ltd (ETD) to develop a portable precision hardness testing system known as ‘Smart Sleeve’, which heralds a new era in on-site inspection of industrial components.

The ‘Smart Sleeve’ is a gadget that can be designed to fit on any portable hardness tester and used for on-site inspection of thick and thin section industrial components to give more reliable and repeatable hardness values.  The accuracy of the hardness measurement is crucial in the determination or prediction of the integrity and life of critical industrial components.

The article was published on the University of Portsmouth website. To read the full article, please click here.