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Forging Steel EN15

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 bolts.

Forging Steel EN19

EN19 is a high quality, high tensile steel usually supplied readily machine able in ‘T’ condition, giving good ductility and shock resisting properties combined with resistance to wear.

Forging Steel C20

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.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.

Forging Steel C25

C-25 is low alloy steel characterized by High tensile strength.It is suitable for parts that are subject to temperatures up to 500 oC.

Forging Steel C35

Carbon steel, medium carbon steel. This steel grade has similar properties as the steel CK35.

Applications:

Plain carbon steel for mechanical engineering and automotive components.Applications include levers, studs, nuts, and similar parts which are headed, upset, or extruded. Applications for wires include nails regui-ing high shank rigidity or strength and quench-hardened nails.

Forging Steel C40

C40 steel plate is one mainly of high carbon steel, EN 10083 C40 steel plate is medium Carbon Steels are similar to low carbon steel except that the carbon ranges from 0.30 to 0.60% & the manganese from 0.50 to 1.65%. Increasing the carbon content is approximately 0.5% with an accompanying increase in manganese allows medium carbon steels to be used in the quenched & tempered conditions. This steels are of particular importance because of unique combination of strength & toughness after heat treat treatment.

Forging Steel C45

C45 is a medium carbon steel is used when greater strength and hardness is desired than Si the as rolled’ condition. Extreme size accuracy, straightness and concentricity combine to minimize wear in high speed applications. Turned, ground and polished.

Forging Steel C50

C50 is a medium carbon steel is used when greater strength and hardness is desired than in the as rolled’ condition.C50 steel plate, EN 10083 C50 steel plate, under EN 10083 standard, we can regard C50 steel plate as high carbon steel.C50 steel plate is one mainly of high carbon steel, EN 10083 C50 steel plate is one of the higher carbon content (0.47-0.55) steels. It is equal to DIN C50,JUS C.16301 and NF AF70C55.C50 high carbon steel has the good grain and Mechanical properties. It’s yield strength is between 320-610 MPa ,C50 tensile strength is from290MPa to 590MPa.

Forging Steel C55

C55 is a medium carbon steel is used when greater strength and hardness is desired than Si the as rolled condition. Extreme size accuracy, straightness and concentricity combine to minimize wear in high speed applications. Turned, ground and polished.

Forging Steel C60

C60 steel is one of the higher carbon content (0.60%) steels. It is more difficult to fabricate than the lower carbon grades.

Applications:

Shafts, bushings, connecting rods, Mechanical engineering components, agricultural hand tools, large forgings, springs, cold rolled strips.

Forging Steel EN16

EN16 also known as 605m36 comes as rolled (no heat treatment) or hardened and tempered to the ‘T’ condition. EN16T is a high tensile steel with good mechanical properties and has freedom from temper brittleness ideal for bolts, nuts, shafts and axles. Readily machinable.EN16 is usually supplied as EN16T in accordance with BS970. It is a low alloy high tensile steel. EN16T is supplied with a tensile range of 850 to 1000 n/mm2 depending on ruling section. EN16 has a good resistance to shock with excellent ductility.

Forging Steel EN24

BS970: 1955 EN24, BS970/PD970: 1970 onwards 817M40. Related European grades: 34CrNiMo6, Werkstoff No. 1.6582 US Grade: SAE (AISI) 4340. EN24 is usually supplied in the finally heat treated condition (quenched and tempered to “T” properties) up to a limiting ruling section of 250mm, which is superior to grades 605M36, 708M40 or 709M40.

Forging Steel EN31

EN31 is a high carbon Alloy steel which achieves a high degree of hardness with compressive strength and abrasion resistance.Forge at 1000°/1050°C. Heat slowly, allowing sufficient time at the forging temperature for the steel to be thoroughly soaked through. Re-heat as often as necessary to keep the temperature above 850°C. After forging cool very slowly, preferably in a furnace.

Forging 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.

Forging Steel EN36

EN36 case hardening steel stockholders and suppliers, delivering to the whole of the South. EN36 is a 3% nickel, chromium, molybdenum grade. Carburized EN36 gives a hard case with a strong core, whilst retaining a remarkable degree of toughness.

Forging 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.

Forging Steel EN41B

EN41 is a chromium-aluminum-molybdenum nitriding steel usually supplied in the hardened and tempered condition. EN41 is supplied in round bar from stock and can be cut to your requirements. EN41 ‘R’ condition has a tensile of 700-850 N/mm². EN41’S’ condition has a tensile of 775-925 N/mm². It offers high wear resistant properties together with toughness and ductility. It is defined by its suitability for nitriding from which EN41 can give a hard wear resistant case up to 68HRc, better than achievable with the similar nitriding grade EN40B.

Forging Steel EN47

EN47 is suitable for oil hardening and tempering. When used in the oil hardened and tempered condition EN47 spring steel combines spring characteristics with good wear and abrasion resistance. When hardened EN47 offers excellent toughness and shock resistance which make it a suitable alloy spring steel for parts exposed to stress, shock and vibration.

Forging 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.

Forging Steel CK15

CK15 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.

Forging Steel CK20

CK20 is a Fe-Cr-Ni alloy containing slightly more chromium and considerably more nickel than the CH20 grade.The alloy is used provides good resistance to dilute sulfuric acid and resists many co rodents more effectively Than CF8 type.The alloy is fully austenitic and contains chromium carbides throughout the matrix, which are put into solution by High temperature solution anneal, which also improves ductility and strength. The alloy should be solution annealed to maximize corrosion resistance and after welding to prevent sensitization of the HAZ.

Forging Steel CK30

This is a higher carbon (0.30%) manganese steel in the plain carbon steel alloy family. It provides greater strength than the lower carbon grades while still retaining reasonable ductility.

Forging Steel CK35

CK35 steel has a higher (0.35%) carbon content for greater strength than the lower carbon alloys. It is harden able by heat treatment, quench and tempering to develop 150 to 250 ksi tensile strength.

Forging Steel CK40

CK40 steel has a higher (0.40%) carbon content for greater strength than the lower carbon alloys. It is hardenable by heat treatment, quench and tempering to develop 150 to 250 ksi tensile strength.

Forging Steel CK45

1045 is a medium carbon steel is used when greater strength and hardness is desired than in the as rolled’ condition. Extreme size accuracy, straightness and concentricity combine to minimize wear in high speed applications. Turned, ground and polished.

Forging Steel CK50

CK50 is a Fe-Cr-Ni alloy containing slightly more chromium and considerably more nickel than the CH-20 grade.The alloy is used provides good resistance to dilute sulfuric acid and resists many co rodents more effectively Than CF8 type.The alloy is fully austenitic and contains chromium carbides throughout the matrix, which are put into solution by High temperature solution anneal, which also improves ductility and strength. The alloy should be solution annealed to maximize corrosion resistance and after welding to prevent sensitization of the HAZ

Forging Steel CK55:

CK55 steel has a higher (0.55%) carbon content for greater strength than the lower carbon alloys. It is hardenable by heat treatment, quench and tempering.

Forging Steel CK60

CK60 steel is one of the higher carbon content (0.60%) steels. It is more difficult to fabricate than the lower carbon grades.

Forging Steel 42CRMO4

DIN 41Cr4 and DIN 42CrMo4 materials have been widely used in automotive driving elements. Although 42CrMo4 is more expensive than 41Cr4, it is more preferable in terms of material properties. In this study, these two materials were heat treated by austenitizing in a continuous furnace at 850 °C and quenched in oil at 90 °C. After they were tempered at various temperatures, mechanical properties were determined for each tempering temperature. The material properties for both materials were compared with each other. Results indicated that same mechanical properties for 41Cr4 and 42CrMo4 can be achieved by tempering 41Cr4 about 50 °C lower temperature than for 42CrMo4.