Brinell and Rockwell

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  • #4981
    MITESH PEDNEKAR
    MITESH PEDNEKAR
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    Hello,

    Can anyone please help me to understand the difference between Brinell Hardness No. and Rockwell Hardness No.?

    #4984
    Nikhil Kannan
    Nikhil Kannan
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    Both are different methods to specify hardness of a material.
    Just like Celsius and Fahrenheit are different units to represent temperature , but you cant call BHN & RHN are units.
    Different clients use different methods to represent hardness like Brinell, Rockwell & Vickers.

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    Just like Celsius and Fahrenheit are different units to represent temperature ,

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