The Brinell hardness test was developed by Dr. A J Brinell around 1905. Using a common test load of either 500 kgf, 1000 kgf, 1500 kgf or 3000 kgf along with various size balls, an impression is made. Due to the high loads and relatively large size of the impression, minimal surface prep is require.  Typically a Brinell test is done on cast parts prior to machining. The impression is measured optically using a Brinell scope and written as HB.

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DTLC-3000

Clark

Load Cell Brinell Hardness Tester

5 Inches

9.5 Inches

285 lbs

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E-10

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King Brinell

King

Portable Brinell Hardness Tester

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14 Inches

10 lbs

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E-110

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NB3010

Newage Hardness Testing

Semi Automatic Brinell Tester

4.5 Inches

9 Inches

500 lbs

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E-10

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9000N

Newage Hardness Testing

Automatic Brinell Tester

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Up to 36 Inches

500 lbs

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E-10

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7000

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Newage Hardness Testing

Semi Automatic Brinell Tester

Up to 16 Inches

8 Inches

500 lbs

E-10

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PH Series

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Clark

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Brinell Tester

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6, 9, or 12 Inches

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E-10

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PHL Series

Clark

Semi Automatic Brinell Tester

9 or 12 Inches

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1200 or 2600 lbs

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E-10

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