Specifications of hardness testing machines and indentors, Mechanical Engineering

Specifications of Hardness Testing Machines and Indentors:

The Brinel cum Rockwell Tester has specifications which are stated below:
Ability to determine the hardness up to 500 BHN

Diameter of Ball D 2.5, 5 and 10 mm

Maximum Load 30 D2

 

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