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# ISO 6507-1

## Metallic materials Vickers hardness test Part 1: Test method

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 Organization: ISO Publication Date: 15 December 2005 Status: inactive Page Count: 26 ICS Code (Mechanical testing of metals): 77.040.10
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This part of ISO 6507 specifies the Vickers hardness test method, for the three different ranges of test force for metallic materials (see Table 1).

The Vickers hardness test is specified in this part of ISO 6507 for lengths of indentation diagonals between 0,020 mm and 1,400 mm.

NOTE 1 For indentation diagonals less than 0,020 mm, the increase of the uncertainty has to be considered.

NOTE 2 In general, decreasing the test force increases the scatter of results of the measurements. This is particularly true for low-force Vickers hardness tests and Vickers microhardness tests, where the principal limitation will arise in the measurement of the diagonals of the indentation. For Vickers microhardness, the accuracy of determination of the mean diagonal length is unlikely to be better than ± 0,001 mm (see Bibliography [2]-[5]).

For specific materials and/or products, particular International Standards exist.

### Document History

January 1, 2018
Metallic materials - Vickers hardness test - Part 1: Test method
This document specifies the Vickers hardness test method for the three different ranges of test force for metallic materials including hardmetals and other cemented carbides The Vickers hardness...
ISO 6507-1
December 15, 2005
Metallic materials Vickers hardness test Part 1: Test method
This part of ISO 6507 specifies the Vickers hardness test method, for the three different ranges of test force for metallic materials (see Table 1). The Vickers hardness test is specified in this...
November 15, 1997
Metallic Materials - Vickers Hardness Test - Part 1: Test Method
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January 1, 1982
Metallic Materials - Hardness Test - Vickers Test - Part 1: HV 5 to HV 100
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