Grainger Rockwell Hardness Tester For Sale

Invest in a rockwell hardness tester for sale and you’ll have an invaluable tool that you can use to measure the strength of your metal alloys. These instruments are essential for a wide range of industrial applications, including those in the manufacturing and aerospace industries. Grainger offers an expansive selection of quality testers, from the traditional bench-top models to portable ones that can be taken on site.

Which type of Rockwell hardness tester should I choose?

When it comes to choosing the right rockwell hardness tester for your application, the most important factor is the material you’re testing. For example, if you’re measuring a soft metal like aluminum, the Brinell or Vickers test method may be more suitable than the standard Rockwell scale. The reason for this is that the indenter used in these tests distributes the load more evenly, which reduces the chance of an erroneous measurement.

In addition to measuring the hardness of different types of materials, our testers can be used to convert from Rockwell to HB, HV, HRC and HK. This allows you to get the most accurate results possible from your test and ensures that you can read the data accurately. Our rockwell hardness testers are available with a variety of indenters, from diamond to steel and even carbide balls for extreme conditions.

We also offer a range of different models, from simple, low cost analog testers to advanced digital models with automatic loading and logging capabilities. Our most popular models include the Qualitest RD, RA and R series of testers, which are configurable to perform regular or superficial Rockwell testing and can be upgraded with optional features for additional test options.

If you’re looking for a high-end model that provides the very best in rockwell hardness measurement technology, consider our Phase II 900-332. This machine features a closed-loop electronic force measuring system for ultra-precise depth measurements and dynamic precision that you simply can’t find elsewhere. It conforms to all Rockwell standards and can be configured for various indenter types and scales, including Rockwell Superficial, Twin and Brinell.

We also have master calibration sets to help you maintain the accuracy of your hardness tester. These sets contain the test blocks and the master diamond indenter or carbide ball penetrator that was used to calibrate them, so you can identify potential errors quickly and easily. If you’re not interested in buying a complete test system, we also have an extensive selection of replacement parts and accessories to keep your rockwell hardness tester running smoothly.