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Hardness Testing

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Hardness testing makes it possible to determine material characteristics such as strength, ductility and wear resistance. It also shows whether the heat treatment process has been carried out properly.

Hardness tests are typically performed by pressing a specifically dimensioned object (indenter) into the surface of the material.

Based on the used method, the measured hardness is expressed in Rockwell (HRC), Vickers (HV) or Brinell (HBW) values. If required, the test result can be translated to another scale using conversion tables. Hardness tests can be carried out on location using portable equipment or with stationary equipment in a Mechanical Laboratory.

Quality labels

  • ISO 9001
  • VCA
  • ISO 9712
  • ISO 17020