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The Surftest SJ-210 is a user-friendly surface roughness measurement instrument designed as a handheld tool that can be carried with you and used on-site.
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With automatic operation the 7000 Series Brinell Tester provides a lot of capability in a basic Brinell tester package. The tester uses a hydraulic load system delivered through a Belleville spring measurement system which accurately controls the load.
The leading automatic Brinell Microscope, Models OS-100, OS-300
Unique 20X Scopes with built-in LED Lighting.
The HMV-G Series Microhardness Tester is designed for measuring the hardness of small parts and metallic structures used in precision equipment, processed surface layers, and metal plating layers.
Indentron® Digital Rockwell Hardness Tester
Designed to Provide Exceptional Accuracy and Capability
The Newage KB Series is a popular, manually-controlled Brinell hardness tester that meets ASTM E-110. This lightweight, portable tester is ideal for virtually any size or shape of metal specimen.
Get a digital or analog hardness tester that comes at a great price - modern, durable, and available in Regular or Superficial Rockwell scales.
The Newage® MT91 System is an automatic microhardness testing system that uses the Rockwell method for the hardness result. The main advantages of the MT91 Series are its very fast test cycle coupled with its incredible test accuracy
A low-cost deadweight Brinell tester meets a wide range of applications -from occasional lab testing to high volume testing in a foundry environment.
The Most Advanced Microhardness Unit for Effective Case Depth Measurement