Case Hardening Steel EN32A
EN32A is a high quality low carbon steel .After forming ,carburizing or nitriding process and quenching or other heat treatment, a structural part with wear-resistant surface and tough core can be achieved.
Case Hardening Steel EN32B
EN32 is a carbon case hardening steel. Components when carburized have a core strength range of 430-490 N/mm2 , with a hard wearing surface. It is a popular case hardening steel grade for general engineering, readily machinable and weldeable in its supply condition. EN32 is a low tensile steel suited for lightly stressed components.
Case Hardening Steel EN36C
EN36C gives a hard case with a strong core, whilst retaining a remarkable degree of toughness
As a carburizing steel grade it is suitable for roller and ball bearings of extra light section, aero plane and motor crankshafts requiring hard surfaces for roller paths, connecting rods with case-hardened ends, as well as highly stressed gudgeon pins, gears and certain types of collets.
Case Hardening Steel EN353
En 353 steel has carbon content of 0.17% and the most common form of steel as it’s provides material properties that are acceptable for many automobile applications such as heavy duty gear, shaft, pinion, cam shafts, gudgeon pins [1,8]. It is neither externally brittle nor ductile due to its lower carbon content and lower hardness. As the carbon content increases, the metal becomes harder and stronger.
Case Hardening Steel SAE/AISI 8620
Alloy steels contain a wide range of steels whose compositions exceed the limitations of C, Mo, Cr, Va, Mn, Ni, Si, and B fixed for carbon steels. These steels are more responsive to mechanical and heat treatments than carbon steels.
Case Hardening Steel C15
C15 is a plain carbon steel with a nominal 0.15% carbon content. It is a relatively low strength steel but it may be quenched and tempered for increased strength.The low carbon steels, such as C15 are used for applications such as cold headed fasteners and botts.
Case Hardening Steel C10
C10 is a plain carbon steel with a nominal 0.10% carbon content. It is relatively low strength steel but it may be quenched and tempered for increased
The low carbon steels, such as C10, are used for applications such as cold headed fasteners and bolts.
Case Hardening Steel C1015
Steels with only carbon as their specific alloying element are known as carbon steels. Traces of 0.4% silicon and 1.2% manganese can be found in these steels. Carbon steels also contain small quantities of copper, nickel, molybdenum, aluminum and chromium.
Case Hardening Steel C1020
C1020 is a low hardenability and low tensile carbon steel with Brinell hardness of 119 – 235 and tensile strength of 410-790 MPa. It has high machinability, high strength, high ductility and good weldability. It is normally used in turned and polished or cold drawn condition. Due to its low carbon content, it is resistant to induction hardening or flame hardening. Due to lack of alloying elements, it will not respond to nitriding. However, carburization is possible in order to obtain case hardness more than Rc65 for smaller sections that reduces with an increase in section size. Core strength will remain as it has been supplied for all the sections. Alternatively, carbon nitriding can be performed, offering certain benefits over standard carburizing.
Case Hardening Steel C1018
C1018 is a general purpose low carbon steel with good case hardening qualities. It has a higher manganese content than certain other low carbon grades, such as 1020. With higher manganese, 1018 is better steel for carburized parts, since it produces a harder and more uniform case. It also has higher mechanical properties and better machinability due to the cold drawing process. Most 1018 is produced by cold drawing. In this process, oversize hot rolled bars, which have been cleaned of scale, are drawn through dies to the required size.
Case Hardening Steel C20
C20 is an unalloyed low carbon mild steel grade supplied as a hot rolled or bright drawn finish bar. As a low carbon steel grade it provides low strength with good machinability and is suitable for welding.Mild Steel, fairly easy to machine but with a tendency to ‘rip’ if unlubricated. It is very easy to weld and is used as a more general purpose steel for multiple applications.
Case Hardening Steel 16MNCR5
High Strength Alloy Steel for parts with a required core tensile strength of 800 – 1100 N/mm² and good wearing resistance as piston bolts, camshafts, levers and other vehicle and mechanical engineering components. Higher stressed components – gears, shafts, crankshafts, connecting rods, cam shafts, etc.
Case Hardening Steel 20MnCr5
Alloyed case hardening steel for parts with a required core tensile strength of 1000 – 1300 N/mm² and good wearing resistance as boxes, piston bolts, spindles, camshafts, gears, shafts and other mechanical controlling parts.
Case Hardening Steel SCM420
SCM420 steel’s is used to make all kinds of fasteners, high pressure pipe and more advanced carburized parts, such as gear, shaft, etc., which work in the noncorrosive medium and temperature below 250 ?, working with nitrogen hydrogen mixture in the medium.SCM420MO steel’s quench-hardening ability is higher, no temper brittleness. The weldability of SCM420 steel is quite good. The tendency of cold crack formation is very small, but machinability and coldstraining plasticity is good.