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Proceq’s Equotip enables portable hardness inspection of almost any object, polished parts and heat-treated surfaces.
The hardness measurements are made by using the dynamic rebound testing method according to Leeb, the static Portable Rockwell hardness test and the Ultrasonic Contact Impedance (UCI) method.
The rugged Swiss-made metal NDT hardness testers are designed for portable hardness testing in the lab, in the workshop, at production facilities or on site.
Out of round rolls and other defects such as corrugations caused by non-uniform roll hardness profiles are a major cause of lost production for both producers and converters alike.
Proceq’s instruments give the production staff the support they need to quickly and reliably test the roll hardness and to interpret the results as efficiently as possible.
It enables the user to quickly and precisely diagnose roll imperfections, hardness inconsistencies and uneven winding, thereby preventing problems for printing and converting operations.
The Original Schmidt was invented and introduced into the market by Proceq in the 1950s.
Since that time it has become the world’s most widely used instrument for non-destructive estimation of concrete strength properties, standardized in every major region.
Not limited to concrete it is also used for rock, paper and mortar. Proceq rebound hammers are available in models with different impact energies, each designed for a specific test application.