Monday, January 17, 2011

Re: [MW:9272] Leeb Hardness Equivalent

Mr Larry,
            Dr Leeb's hardness method is very unique one and usually conversions are not available. The only option is take the material perform Leeb Hardness and surrounding that point take 5 hardness readings in the required scale. Once you have the equivalent, now perform the Leeb hardness on the actual spot of the same material.

2011/1/17 Larry <quality@unieng.com.au>

 

Hi There,

 

Can anyone have an idea on how to convert Leeb Hardness Value HL to HV or HRC? Or anyone have a chart?

 

 

Many Thanks,

 

Larry Zarate

 

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