Since 1954 AFFRI® has been producing hardness testers where the force is generated by load cells instead of traditional dead-weight loads and elevating screws. Combine this technology with innovative components and the result is the unique AFFRI SYSTEM®.
The AFFRI SYSTEM® has consistently been protected by registered patents. An increase in the operative performances was obtained with the use of a controlled load cell in a closed-loop system (Patent AFFRI N. 1175158). However this improvement appears moderate if we compare it with the high qualitative and operative level reached by the AFFRI SYSTEM®. A further improvement in performance was achieved when AFFRI® automated the Rockwell and Brinell hardness tester. The automation process starts with only one control button and no break in positioning, approach and execution of the test. The fully automatic operation and the rapid speed obtained by the AFFRI SYSTEM® remains unchanged regardless of the load cell version. This is due to the use of unprecedented technologies (patent pending) used in the system.
Since 1936 Buehler designs and manufactures metallographic equipment and consumables for cross-sectional analysis. In 2020 Buehler celebrates the 100 years of the Wilson hardness testers. Global metallurgical laboratories, quality control departments, research centers and failure analysis...
Automatic hardness tester for Brinell test method in compliance with ASTM E10 and ISO 6506 standards. Test loads from 15,6 to 3000 kgf (From 153,2 to 29421 N) Innovative measurement technology with vertical measure system: INTEGRAL AFFRI® System Hardness tester achieves the highest level of... Read More
Digital hardness testers for Brinell and Vickers test method in compliance with ASTM, ISO and JIS hardness standards. Load range from 10 to 3000kgf. LD 3000 hardness testers are low cost bench hardness testers with high accuracy standards. Easy to use, single start button for the entire test.... Read More
Portable hardness tester with magnetic clmping base for real Rockwell, Superficial Rockwell, Brinell and Vickers methods in compliance with ASTM E10 E18 and ISO standards. Test loads from 3 to 187,5 kgf (29,42 to 1839 N) User friendly: Pulling one single start lever the measure result will... Read More