Brinell

Bri·nell

(bri-nel'),
Johan A., Swedish metallurgist, 1849-1925. See: Brinell hardness number.
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Wheel weights are too hard because they contain antimony, and heat-treating them doubles the Brinell hardness far too hard for any muzzleloader.
The steel is tough enough to act as both the contract and structural material in heavy-duty tipper bodies and buckets, and deliver wear and dent resistance under heavy impact - with a Brinell hardness window of 475-505 HBW - for increased service life,
General Kinematics LOCKTITE rotary drum liners are constructed out of abrasion resistant 450 Brinell steel, which is almost double the hardness (Bhn) of austempered ductile steel.
thick hardened AR400 brinell steel to provide a balance between wear-resistance and low weight.
i] refers to the athermic component of a Brinell hardness, intercept [K'.
The impeller and agitator are made of abrasion-resistant 28% chrome iron (600 Brinell, 57 Rockwell C), and the replaceable wear plate's hardened surface on the suction side resists erosion, ensuring optimum performance.
The measured values of hardness range from 340 to 400 Brinell HBW10/3000 at the surface of the rail head, and from 34 to 42 Rockwell HRC across the rail section, according to the applicable measuring protocol.
The impeller, wear plate and agitator are made of abrasive resistant 28% chrome iron (600 Brinell, 57 Rockwell C).
The field technicians can service digital load cell and analog manual testers, and most hardness and microhardness models including Brinell, Rockwell, Knoop, Vickers, Leeb and Durometer.
The newly developed 'Enhanced Anti-indentation Deep Groove Ball Bearing' features special surface modification during the heat treatment process, which has reduced the Brinell Indentation depth, an index for static load capacity, to 1/2 compared to that of standard heat treatment.