Qualitest is proud to present its range of advanced hardness testing equipment, designed to perform a variety of tasks to meet your unique requirement.
Our state-of-the-art product offerings include Universal Hardness Testers, Bench Hardness Testers, Brinell Hardness Testers, Rockwell Hardness Testers, and more.
Universal Hardness Tester: A great advantage for testing labs is combining different test methods in one Universal hardness tester, which allows significant cost and space savings, flexibility and user-friendliness. Qualitest offers a competitive range of dead-weight models up to best selling load-cell type systems. These Universal hardness testers can cover Rockwell Regular, Superficial as well as Brinell and Vickers scales in one single machine. Learn more
Bench Hardness Tester MTR X-SERIES: The bench hardness tester MTR X-SERIES operates to determination through the measurement of electrical resistance. The MTR X-SERIES hardness tester has been designed to solve some of the still unsolved issues in the field of hardness control. Its test principle allows the user to perform measurements in difficult or inaccessible points internal surfaces and gear teeth.
The MTR X-SERIES hardness tester comes with an ACCREDIA (UKAS equivalent) calibration certificate, in accordance with DIN 50158-2. Learn more
Automatic Hardness and Density Testing: Automatic Hardness and Density Testing is a revolutionary HDA consists of a hardness tester and a density measuring system which allows tests to be carried out automatically. Learn more
Brinell Hardness Tester: Using a carbide ball penetrator, and applying loads of up to 3,000 kgf, Brinell hardness tester following ASTM E-10 is widely used on castings and forgings. This method requires optical reading of the diameter of ball indentation and using a chart to convert the average measurement to Brinell hardness value. We offer low-cost handheld Brinell scopes as well as a popular line of Automatic Brinell Microscopes for a high frequency of testing. Qualitest also offers Automatic In-line hardness testers for high volume testing. Learn more
Rockwell Hardness Tester: The most popular and widely used method of Hardness Testing, The Qualitest range of Rockwell Hardness Tester Range start from low cost analog models up to sophisticated and advanced load-cell type models. The popular, HardRocker, QualiRock, Rocky series hardness tester models have configurations suitable for Regular and/or Superficial Rockwell Hardness Testing, while our advanced Universal Hardness Tester Range can test the full Rockwell scale in addition to Brinell & Vickers. Qualitest also offers Automatic In-line hardness testers for high volume testing. Learn more
Durometer - Shore Hardness Tester: Qualitest provides quality control departments and research laboratories with an extensive range of top quality Durometer and hardness Tester for accurate hardness determination on all natural and synthetic rubber products and soft elastic materials, plastics, acrylic glass, acetates, casting resin, polyester, thermoplastics, PVC, neoprenes, hardboards, wood, leather, fruits and much more. Our products provide the highest precision (normally 0.5% or better), quality and craftsmanship, durability, “yet require” almost no calibration in many years after the purchase. Our designs are engineered so that the Durometer stays precisely within the standard requirements. Qualitest Durometers are referred to as the “Swiss watches” among other products on the market. Investing in our line of Durometer is a guarantee of accuracy and assurance for many years of operation. Learn more
Portable Hardness Testers - Handheld Hardness Testers: Handheld Hardness Testers are ideal hardness testing tools where large samples, which cannot be brought to a traditional tabletop hardness tester, or specimens with hard to access areas are to be tested. A wide variety of the portable hardness testers, offered by Qualitest ensure that we recommend the most suitable model for your application. The extensive selection of our handheld hardness testers is available from low-cost economy models up to advanced models coming with more features. These models can measure the hardness of your materials in Rockwell, Superficial Rockwell, Brinell, Vickers, Webster, Barcol scales and often conversions can be done. Learn more