After decades of manufacturing the GE Krautkramer MIC-211A, 0.8 kgf load UCI hardness tester motor probe, GE has now exited the UCI hardness market. The new replacement for the GE Krautkramer MIC-211A, 0.8 kgf is now the NewSonic SONO-8M, 0.9 kgf (Part # NS-11108) but it is not compatible with the MIC-10 or MIC-20 - it is only compatible with the SonoDur 3 (the replacement for the MIC-10 and MIC-20). To view the NewSonic SONO-8M click here.
Used Equipment Options
If you are looking for a used motor probe that is compatible with the MIC-10 or MIC-20 line of UCI hardness testers, you might be able to find one in the Used Equipment section of our website - to visit click here.
Newsonic is a company comprised of former GE Krautkramer Engineers who used to work on the MIC-10 and MIC-20 and all of their respective probes. Their line of SonoDur hardness testers now offers the best, most advanced and improved UCI hardness testing solution currently available. To view NewSonic UCI hardness testing solutions, click here.
Trade-In Your MIC-211A 0.8 kgf Probe
If you are in the market for a UCI hardness probe or hardness tester, ask about our trade-in program where we can give you a credit towards the purchase of a new UCI hardness testing solution.
MIC-211A 800 gram load Motor Probe Kit includes:
Probe, HRC-64 Reference Plate, MIC-1051 Cable and Narrow Probe Guide