Metal Hardness Tester
It is either not cost effective or not even possible at all to perform the hardness test on larger metal workpieces such as cast or forged parts or thick plates with the traditional, static methods.
The portable metal hardness testers developed by Proceq in the last 30 years are a suitable alternative: In the 1970s Proceq released the famous portable Equotip testers that are now available in its third generation, paving the way for the metal hardness testers Equotip Bambino 2 and Piccolo 2.
The Equotip metal hardness testers use the dynamic Leeb rebound technique invented by Proceq. Hardness tests according to this Leeb method are particularly quick and easy to perform. Some features that make the Equotip family stand out among metal testers are;
|Equotip Piccolo 2
The portable metal hardness tester Equotip Piccolo 2 allows user-defined hardness conversions and offers the Piccolink software for systematic real-time monitoring of hardness.
|Equotip Bambino 2