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Wed, 01 Dec 2010 22:46:49 -0800

The Brinell hardness test is suitable for a range of materials hardness'. Brinell hardness testing involves forcing a hardened steel ball (or a tungsten carbide ball for extremely hard materials) into the surface of the specimen. The ball usually has a ...
Quality Magazine
Wed, 30 Apr 2014 21:05:18 -0700

... the most common tests used to determine material hardness are the Rockwell hardness test, the Brinell hardness test, and the Vickers hardness test. These three tests measure hardness by determining resistance to the penetration of a non-deformable ...
ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)
Mon, 03 Jan 2011 05:33:28 -0800

January 3, 2011 - Made in USA, ASTM E10- and ISO 6506-compliant Brinell hardness test blocks are designed with 6 x 4.5 in. test surface and come with certificate of calibration traceable to NIST. There are 80 indents per block on average for increased ...
Quality Magazine
Wed, 30 Apr 2014 21:05:18 -0700

KEYWORDS Brinell hardness test / hardness testing / Knoop / microhardness / Rockwell hardness test / Vickers hardness test · Email / Print / Reprints /. / Text Size+. Larger Smaller. [X]. Trans. When properly used and maintained, microhardness testers ...
Quality Magazine
Tue, 26 Jul 2011 12:28:07 -0700

The Brinell hardness test, still widely used today, consists of indenting the metal surface with a 1 to 10 millimeter diameter steel or, most recently, a tungsten carbide ball at heavy loads of up to 3,000 kilograms. The resultant impression, the ...
American Machinist
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 08:07:30 -0800

The Brinell hardness test involves embedding a steel ball of a specific diameter, using a kilogram load, in the surface of a test piece. The Brinell Hardness Number (BHN) is determined by dividing the kilogram load by the area (in square millimeters ...

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AmmoLand.com (press release)
Thu, 04 Apr 2013 09:25:37 -0700

The Brinell hardness test depends upon the resistance offered to the penetration of a carbide steel ball (1.6 mm diameter) when subjected to a weight of 12.6 kg. The resulting hardness value is computed as the ratio of the applied load to the area of ...
Alibaba News Channel
Sat, 05 Sep 2009 09:41:15 -0700

The Brinell hardness test consists in indenting the metal surface with a 10-mm-diameter steel ball at a load of 3,000 kg mass (∼29400 N). For soft metals the load is reduced to 500 kg to avoid too deep an impression, and for very hard metals a ...

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