Brinell indentation hardness tester FH 6-9
Knoop/Vickersmacro Vickersmicro Vickers

Brinell indentation hardness tester
Brinell indentation hardness tester
Brinell indentation hardness tester
Brinell indentation hardness tester
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Brinell, micro Vickers, macro Vickers, Knoop/Vickers
Product applications
for laboratories, for aluminum, for steel, copper, for bulk materials, for coatings, for non-ferrous metals, for production, for metal, metal, for automobiles, for microscopes, for seats
Other characteristics
automatic, with image analysis, digital display, superficial, micro


The model FH 6-9 Micro-Vickers, Vickers, Knoop, Brinell Hardness testing machines are a new generation that use a unique, electronically controlled, closed loop system and advanced force sensor technology to achieve absolute accuracy, reliability and repeatability, on each of the forces used for a test. The innovative Horizon software allows file storing, test program setting and storing, image zoom, auto focus, limit settings, conversions to other hardness scales, system setup and (remote) control, and pattern testing (CHD/Nht/Rht) to ensure high reproducibility of test results and limit operator error and interpretation. Features and benefits- ● Load cell, closed loop, force control ● Load range 200gf-62.5kgf (2-613N) ● Meets or exceeds ISO, ASTM and JIS standards ● Advanced measurement options; single, serial measurements, 2 high definition camera systems ● Intelligent workpiece positioning ● Auto brightness, contrast, sharpness and focus ● Anti-collision system for objectives and indenters ● High power LED vertical illuminator with filter position ● 15” portrait mode, HD industrial touchscreen ● Connectivity: four USB, RJ45 ethernet, LAN, W-LAN, RS232, Bluetooth

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