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Materion Technical Materials Alloy Performance Guide and Capabilities

17 NOT YOUR AVERAGE HARDNESS VALUES CHART Vickers Hardness Knoop Hardness Rockwell Hardness RockwellSuperficial Hardness Vickers Hardness Knoop Hardness Rockwell Hardness RockwellSuperficial Hardness HV HK B F 15-T 30-T HV HK B F 15-T 30-T 148 169 79.0 102.5 86.2 69.0 88 96.9 46.0 79.5 750 47.0 146 167 78.0 102.0 86.0 68.5 86 95.5 44.0 78.0 74.5 45.5 144 165 77.5 101.5 85.8 68.0 84 92.3 42.0 76.5 73.5 44.0 142 162 77.0 101.0 85.6 67.5 82 90.1 40.0 74.5 73.0 43.0 140 160 76.0 100.5 85.4 67.0 80 87.9 37.5 73.0 138 158 75.0 100.0 85.2 66.5 78 85.7 35.0 71.0 72.5 37.5 136 156 74.5 99.5 85.0 66.0 76 83.5 32.5 69.0 71.5 36.0 134 153 73.5 99.0 84.7 65.5 74 81.1 30.0 67.5 70.0 34.0 132 73.0 98.5 84.5 65.0 72 79.9 27.5 66.0 69.0 32.0 130 138.7 72.0 98.0 84.3 64.3 70 76.8 24.5 64.0 67.5 30.0 128 136.8 71.0 97.5 84.0 63.6 68 74.1 21.5 62.0 66.0 28.0 126 134.9 70.0 97.0 83.7 63.0 66 71.9 18.5 60.0 64.5 25.5 124 133.0 69.0 96.5 83.4 62.5 64 69.5 15.5 57.7 62.8 23.5 122 131.0 68.0 96.0 83.1 61.8 62 67.0 12.5 56.0 61.0 21.0 120 129.0 67.0 95.5 82.7 61.2 60 64.6 10.0 54.0 59.0 18.0 118 127.1 66.0 95.0 82.4 60.5 58 62.0 - 51.5 57.0 15.5 116 125.1 65.0 94.5 82.0 60.0 56 59.8 - 49.0 55.1 13.0 114 123.2 64.0 94.0 81.5 59.3 54 57.4 - 47.0 53.2 10.0 112 121.4 63.0 93.0 81.2 58.7 52 55.0 - 44.0 51.5 7.5 110 119.5 62.0 92.6 80.7 58.0 50 52.8 - 41.5 49.5 4.5 108 117.5 61.0 92.0 80.3 57.0 49 51.5 - 40.3 48.5 - 106 115.6 59.5 91.2 79.9 56.0 48 50.3 - 39.0 47.4 - 104 113.5 58.0 90.5 79.5 55.2 47 49.1 - 37.5 46.2 - 102 111.5 57.0 79.0 54.5 46 48.0 - 36.0 45.0 - 100 109.4 56.0 87.0 78.5 53.5 45 46.5 - 34.8 44.0 - 98 107.3 54.0 85.5 78.0 52.5 44 45.9 - 33.5 43.0 - 96 105.3 53.0 84.5 77.5 51.5 43 44.3 - 32.0 42.0 - 94 103.2 51.0 83.0 77.0 50.5 42 42.7 - 30.5 41.0 - 92 101.0 49.5 82.0 76.5 49.0 42 42.7 - 30.5 41.0 - 90 98.9 47.5 81.0 75.5 48.0 40 40.2 - 28.0 38.5 - CHART FOOTNOTES 1 Lbs. per cubic inch 68 o F annealed 2 Elastic modulus in tension x 10 6 P.S.I. 3 IACS at 68 o F annealed 4 BTU per foot per hour per o F at 68 o F annealed 5 Inches per inch x 10-6 from 68 o F to 572 o F 6 Reference specification for strip 7 Ultimate tensile strength x 1000 P.S.I. 8 0.2 offset yield strength x 1000 P.S.I. Yield strengths are not used or accepted as specifications by brass mills but because of their usefulness values are given here for design purpose. 9 elongation in 2. Elongation values vary considerably with thickness. The rolled temper data given are base on thicknesses ranging from .010 to .035 strip. 10 Approximate Vickers hardness - HV unless otherwise specified. 11 Standard heat treatment 2 hrs. at 600 o F 3 hrs. 600 o F for annealed temper 12 Standard heat treatment 2 hrs. at 700 o F 2 hrs. 675 o F for TS04 NOTE The properties on these charts are provided for reference only. Steels Aluminum Zinc Nickel Nickel AlloysRefractoryMetalsLowExpansionAlloys Copper High Copper Beryllium Copper Brass Bronze Precious Metal Alloys Solders Brazing Alloys Galvanic Corrosion Chart Alloy Compatibility 2 7 10 11 12 14 16 Not Your Average Hardness Values Chart CONTENTS SOLDER EB WELDING CAPABILITIES STRIP PROCESSING Precision Tolerancing Special Tempers Stretch Bend Leveling