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Hardness Testing of Bolts and Screws
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Hardness Testing of Bolts and Screws

Hardness Testing of Bolts and Screws

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Request help in finding references regarding the preparation and tesing of hardness for small screws and bolts. We are concerned with evaluation of both core hardness and case hardened.

RE: Hardness Testing of Bolts and Screws

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For metric fasteners, I recommend ISO 898-1 Mechanical properties of fasteners.  In addition to the material it contains, it refers to the specifications that cover the actual hardness tests - ISO 6506 (Brinell), ISO 6507-1 (Vickers), ISO 6507-2 (micro Vickers), and ISO 6508 (Rockwell).  Equivalent ASTM specifications are F606M (fasteners), E10 (Brinell), E92 (Vickers), E384 (micro), and E18 (Rockwell).

RE: Hardness Testing of Bolts and Screws

(OP)
Thanks for the ISO spec.

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