Hardness Tester, also known as Hardness Testing Machine is used to determine hardness properties of materials, which are important for the evaluation of strength, wear resistance and ductility of the bulk materials or the surface coating.

INNOVATEST design and manufacture a comprehensive range of high quality hardness testers cover the testing for harder materials such as metals and alloys, as well as softer materials such as leather and plastics. The range of benchtop and floor type hardness testers include:
  • Vickers Hardness Tester. The range cover the scales of Micro Vickers, Vickers, Knoop and Brinell hardness testing.
  • Rockwell Hardness Tester. The range cover the scales of Rockwell, Superficial Rockwell & Brinell hardness testing.
  • Brinell Hardness Tester. The range cover the scales of Brinell, Rockwell & Superficial Rockwell hardness testing.
  • Universal Hardness Tester. The range cover the scales of Micro Vickers, Vickers, Knoop, Brinell, Rockwell & Superficial Rockwell hardness testing.

For Portable Hardness Tester range of products which use in-direct methods of Ultrasonic Contact Impedance (UCI) and Leeb, please visit Portable Hardness Tester >>

For Tablet Hardness Testing (breaking force), a technique used in pharmaceutical industries, please visit Tablet Hardness Tester >>

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Hardness Tester Products

Rockwell Hardness Tester

As defined in the ISO 6508 & ASTM E-18 standard, Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine is currently the most commonly used instrument for hardness testing. The Rockwell test is generally easier to perform, and quicker than other types of hardness testing methods. The Rockwell method measures the permanent depth of indentation produced by a force/load on an indenter.

The NEW innovative INNOVATEST HAWK series range with 5 models of nose-type hardness testing machines which provide the “best in class” technology that is available on the market currently! The protruding nose design enables internal testing in bores, starting from 22mm with a nose length of 140mm up to 165mm and a throat depth of 200mm.

Vickers Hardness Tester

The Vickers hardness test is a method of measuring the hardness of materials by indenting the surface with a diamond pyramid. The indenter has a square base and opposite faces that are angled at 136 degrees. The load applied to the indenter can range from 1gf to 250 Kgf.

The INNOVATEST FALCON series Vickers hardness testers are excellent for performing all types of Vickers hardness tests, including micro Vickers, macro Vickers, Brinell, and Knoop. These testers are designed to provide accurate and repeatable results, even on the toughest materials.

Brinell Hardness Tester

Brinell hardness test method is most commonly used to test materials that have a structure that is too coarse or that have a surface that is too rough to be tested using another test method, e.g., castings and forgings. Brinell testing often use a very high test load (3000 Kgf) and a 10mm ball indenter so that the resulting indentation averages out most surface and sub-surface inconsistencies.

Universal Hardness Tester

A single machine for all your hardness testing needs
Universal hardness testers are hybrid instruments that can perform Rockwell, Superficial Rockwell, Micro Vickers, Vickers, Brinell, and Knoop hardness tests according to ISO, ASTM, and JIS standards. They do not convert hardness values, but apply tests according to standard procedures.