HARDNESS TESTERS FOR FORGE INDUSTRY

BRINELL HARDNESS TESTERS WITH MILLING SURFACE PREPARATION FOR FORGING AND HEAT TREATERS

Hardness testers for forges

HARDNESS TESTER FOR FORGES
STATIONARY BRINELL SYSTEMS WITH SURFACE PREPARATION BY MILLING

Hardness testers for forges are witnessing a technological leap with a unique multi-tool system. This system includes a milling body, Brinell indenter, objective with a camera, and a laser pointer. This innovation is set to revolutionize quality control, elevating hardness measurement to new heights. The incorporation of a milling body ensures precise sample preparation, while guarantees high accuracy when reading the Brinell impressions. The objective with a camera offers real-time visual monitoring, and the laser pointer assists in pinpointing measurement locations.This advancement is crucial for forge operations, enhancing efficiency and product quality. Hardness testers for forges equipped with this technology are poised to lead the industry in precision and reliability.

Save time

Increase accuracy

Automatize process

Save labor

HOW DOES IT WORK?


START  >>


>>  MILLING  >>


>>  INDENTING  >>


>>  READING

ADVANTAGES IN HARDNESS TESTERS FOR FORGES

SAVE TIME, MONEY AND INCREASE ACCURACY!

  • 45 sec for one complete test including surface preparation
  • Test 100% of production with maximum Brinell accuracy better than 0.5%
  • No risk of human error
  • Automatize the quality inspection process
  • Minimize human intervention
  • Reproducible  surface roughness, no risk of damaging or heating the testing surface

WANTS MORE?

  • Clamping system with programmable pressing force
  • Possibility to test 40mm from sample walls or small samples
  • No vibrations during milling
  • Possibility to program up to 2000 RPM
  • Milling depth up to 5 mm
  • Milling hardness up to 55HRC

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EXAMPLE OF BRINELL HARDNESS TEST CYCLE

Brinell hardness test ring

1 – The hardness tester is in home position (90° right side from the center). The red flag is completely turned sideways to free space for loading the sample.

Brinell hardness test ring 1

2 – After pressing the start button, the red flag rotates automatically over the sample (center position) and immediately moves downwards untill the ring is clamped.

3 – The hardness tester blocks the sample and performs two tests automatically along with milling sample preparation, indenting and reading (auto-illumination, auto-focus and auto-reading).

Brinell hardness test ring 3

4 – (1) When test cycle is finished, the hardness tester returns in home position, being ready for a new test.

Brinell hardness test ring 4

5 – Completed

Brinell hardness test ring 5

6-  Restart

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Hardness testers for forges play a pivotal role in the metallurgical and metalworking industry. The choice of the best hardness testers for forges can significantly impact the quality and reliability of manufacturing processes within forge operations. These specialized tools are designed to accurately measure the hardness of metallic materials used in forges, enabling manufacturers to control the strength and durability of their end products with precision.
Hardness testers for forges are engineered to withstand the rigorous conditions and high temperatures commonly found in a forge environment. They are robust and reliable instruments that can be employed to assess the hardness of various types of metals, including steel, aluminum, copper, and many others. Selecting the right hardness tester for a forge can enhance measurement accuracy and optimize quality control processes.In addition to their significance in forges, hardness testers for forges also play a critical role in the automotive, aerospace, and heavy equipment manufacturing industries. The use of reliable, high-quality hardness measurement tools is crucial for ensuring the safety and reliability of end products.
If you are in search of high-quality hardness testers for forges, it is essential to consider several factors, including measurement accuracy, durability, and resistance to extreme environments. With careful attention to hardness tester selection, you can significantly enhance the quality and efficiency of operations in your forge and other key industries

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