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|Heat Treatment:||Annealed / Q+T||Surface:||Black / Turned / Grinded|
|Test:||SGS /UT 100% / Element Testing||Delivery Condition:||Forged Or Hot Rolled|
|Standard:||AISI, ASTM, DIN, GB||Shape:||Round Bar / Plate / Sheet / Flat Bar / Block|
forging tool steel,
alloy tool steel
1.7225 / SCM440 / SAE4140 / 42CrMo Alloy Steel Round Bar of Special Tool Steel
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|Round bar (mm)||Flat Bar (mm)|
► Delivery State
Hot Rolled, Black Surface
Q+T: 28-34 HRC.
► Delivery Time
For abundant stock, 7-15 days. For customized products, 30-50 days.
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It used for section large forgings, such as locomotive traction gears, with supercharger drive gear,
the rear axle, the connecting rod and the spring load greatly clip,oil drill pipe joints and fishing tools,etc.
EN 1.7225---4140 is a high alloy austenitic stainless steel. The grade is intended for use under severe corrosive conditions. The steel grade was originally developed to resist corrosion in dilute sulphuric acid. EN 1.7225 is fully austenitic, and is less sensitive to precipitation of ferrite and sigma phase than conventional austenitic grades with high molybdenum content. Due to the combination of relatively high contents of chromium, nickel, molybdenum and copper, EN 1.7225 has good resistance to general corrosion, particulary in dilute sulphuric acid. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition but may become slightly magnetic as a result of cold-working or welding.
⇒ Good resistance to uniform corrosion
⇒ Good resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion
⇒ Very good resistance to stress corrosion cracking
⇒ Good resistance to intercrystalline corrosion
⇒ Good formability and weldability
Uniform corrosion Uniform corrosion is characterized by a uniform corrosion of the steel surface in contact with the corrosive medium. Resistance is normally considered good if the corrosion rate is less than 0.1 mm/year. As a result of its high chromium, nickel and molybdenum contents and its alloying with copper, EN 1.7225 is passivated even in reducing environments such as dilute sulphuric acid and formic acid. Its high nickel content contributes towards its relatively low corrosion rate in the active state.
EN 1.7225 has a very low carbon content. This means that there is very little risk of carbide precipitation in connection with ordinary heat treatment and welding. The risk of intercrystalline corrosion after ordinary heat treatment and welding is thereby eliminated.
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