HARDNESS TESTERS

EASYFLAG 3000 is a special hardness gauge for Brinell and Rockwell tests, with built-in milling, designed to overcome the typical problems of radial drills, which are not suited to bear loads higher than 3000 kg together with the force for blocking the parts, nor to resist the vibrations caused by milling.

Easydur Portal Hardness Testers are solutions with a very high mechanical and technological content. They are machines that can be customized in terms of structure and mechanical dimensions, as they are built in compliance with the strictest testing needs of our customers.

INTEGRAL ROTARY is a hardness tester designed to perform hardness tests on small and medium sized specimens. The advantage of this solution is the possibility to speed up hardness testing, thanks to the possibility of positioning several specimens on the motorized rotary table. Ideal for companies that produce batches of thousands of pieces and must therefore test their hardness in series.

Hardness gauge with rotating head with several cameras and lenses for image analysis and various indentors for Rockwell, Brinell and Vickers tests.

Easyring is an hardness tester specially designed for testing large rings or pipes.

Special hardness gauge for Brinell tests up to 3000kg, particularly suitable for measurement on railway wheels thanks to the manual or motor-driven XY table.

Universal machine for different hardness tests, including Martens test.
Automatic image analysis for Vickers (0.25 – 120 Kg) and Brinell (1-3,000 Kg) tests; repeatability +/- 0.002 Brinell. Machine management through a built-in computer.

For Brinell tests directly on the coils of the springs, even on wire with reduced diameter. Built-in milling system and camera for optical measurement.

Portable probe for automatic image analysis for Brinell tests (1-3000Kg), repeatability +/- 0.1 HBW with instrument management by a built-in tablet, selection of loads and automatic test scales from a menu, automatic measurement. The absolute measurement is already valid at the first test.