Hardness Testing Machine
FUTURE-TECH HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE – HIGH ACCURATE, STABLE, DURABLE, AND WIDE RANGE OF PRODUCTS
Future-Tech Corp is a professional and well-known manufacturer of metal hardness testers. Established in 1995, during 35 years of development, Future-Tech Corp. products are not only supplied in the Japanese market but also sold to more than 35 countries around the world. They are constantly expanding their market share in the world every year.
Future-Tech always researches and develops the latest technologies and then applied them to its products. Besides, they constantly upgrade and improve the quality of their products.
Types of Hardness Testing Machine:
- Rockwell Hardness Tester (digital type and analog type)
- Load-cell Full Automatic Rockwell Hardness Tester
- Vickers Hardness Tester.
- Full Automatic Vickers Hardness Tester
- Micro Vickers Hardness Tester.
- Full Automatic Micro Vickers Hardness Tester
- Load-cell Vickers Hardness Tester Automation System
- Load-cell Brinell Hardness Tester
Current, Future-Tech Corp. develops not only metal hardness testers but also manufactures the sample preparation machines (like Sample Cutting Machine, Sample Mounting Machine, and Sample Polishing Machine). They will make better progress to satisfy all customer requirements in the field of hardness testers.
The durability, accuracy, and technology of Future-Tech products are a belief for customers to come to. Therefore, that is a unique value that creates differences between Future-Tech products and other manufacturers. So, this is also the pride that Future-Tech brings to customers in the world.
Benefits and Features of Future-Tech Hardness Testing Machine
Obtained the supreme precision
Overwhelming reliability by the adoption of entirely new designing
Precision manufacturing with no compromise
Always research and improve to bring customers the best products
Durable work with long life
Neat and modern design
The Illumination uses Long life LED
Large working distance
Smooth operation with a strong structure