That gives us the same approximate Brinell Hardness Number (BHN) as our castings when we check the end of the test bar.
What does HBN stand for?
HBN stands for Brinell Hardness (metallurgy)
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Targets are constructed of AR550 steel tested to a Brinell hardness of 550, and are designed to withstand repeated shots from high-powered rifles and handguns.
The advanced HR-500 Series Rockwell hardness testing machines offer multiple test force generation for Rockwell, Rockwell Superficial and optional Brinell hardness testing.
The advanced image analysis software automatically measures the diameter of the indentation and calculates the Brinell hardness value according to ASTM E10.
Slagging behaviour and the sulphur and titanium contents of the iron also remain virtually unchanged after pressed coke is added; the same applies to tensile strength and Brinell hardness.
It is very hard, with a Brinell Hardness Number in the 300 to 380 range, but cutting can be very gummy.
The most common hardness tests are the Rockwell B hardness test and the Brinell hardness test.
Hardness test Hardness tests were performed according to the Brinell hardness test method for metals EVS-EN-ISO 6506-1 .