Hardness is defined as the ability to resist deformation, penetration, scratching, or other physical force applied to the material.

ITS has the capability to perform both Rockwell B & C hardness testing.

What is Rockwell Hardness Testing?

Rockwell hardness is an empirical indentation hardness test that can provide useful information about the material being tested. This information may correlate to Tensile strength, wear resistance, ductility, and other physical characteristics of metallic materials, and may be useful in quality control and selection of materials.

The Rockwell C test measures harder materials e.g. steels and alloys. The Rockwell B test measures softer materials e.g. aluminum or steel. The test method used is material condition dependent.

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