Microhardness, Vickers, and Rockwell Hardness Testing Systems

Whether you are in a production facility or a research lab, LECO's LM-Series Microindentation Hardness Testing Systems offer you a wide variety of models (including analog and digital) with the advanced features you need at a price that is right.

Features

  • Two precision photo-etched measuring lines
  • Changeable field and aperture diaphragm
  • Dual leaf-spring indenter supports for centered indentations, greater accuracy, and excellent repeatability
  • Manual or auto turret
  • A variety or objectives from 2.5X to 100X
  • Available in manual, semi-automatic, and automatic video/image analysis systems

LM-Series - Microindentation Hardness Testing Systems

Figure 1. LM-Series - Microindentation Hardness Testing Systems

LV-Series - Macro-Vickers Hardness Testing Systems

LECO's LV-Series Macro-Vickers Hardness Testing Systems offer you an affordable testing system tailored to meet even tough European and Asian specifications. Choose from a wide variety of models, including analog, digital, manual, semi-automatic, and automatic video/image analysis systems.

Features

  • Two precision photo-etched measuring lines
  • Changeable field and aperture diaphragm
  • Dual leaf-spring indenter supports for centered indentations, greater accuracy, and excellent repeatability
  • Up to three objectives on one turret
  • Load ranges start at 0.3 kgf and go up to 50 kgf
  • A variety of objectives from 2.5X to 100X
  • 8 steps of wide load range
  • Light-load Brinell testing available on the LV700

LV-Series - Macro-Vickers Hardness Testing Systems

Figure 2. LV-Series - Macro-Vickers Hardness Testing Systems

LR-Series - Rockwell-Type Hardness Testing Systems

LECO's LR-Series Rockwell-Type Hardness Testing Systems are built to handle your high-volume workloads without sacrificing accuracy or repeatability. Choose from a variety of models including analog, digital, and twin testers. Each designed to suit specific needs and applications.

Features

  • User-friendly operation panel
  • Convenient OK/NG Indicators
  • Plastic measurement mode
  • Automatic measuring mode
  • Hardness conversion scales conveniently displayed on operation panel
  • Light-load Brinell, and free loads available on LCR-500

LR-Series - Rockwell-Type Hardness Testing Systems

Figure 3. LR-Series - Rockwell-Type Hardness Testing Systems

AMH-Series - Automatic Hardness Testing System

LECO's AMH43 Automatic Hardness Testing System features a patented visual method that allows you to position indents and patterns directly on an overview image of the parts as a single "panoptic view". The software also features a configurable user interface, report designer, and optional macro language.

Features

  • Trace display/panoptic view
  • Advanced image-recognition technology
  • Measures scratched/etched/unevenly illuminated surfaces
  • Joystick control
  • Dual Indentation
  • Micro/Macroindentation Testing
  • Color hardness contour map overlay

AMH-Series - Automatic Hardness Testing System

Figure 4. AMH-Series - Automatic Hardness Testing System

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