Martensitic stainless steel plates W.-Nr. 1.4116 ( DIN X50CrMoV15 )

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Overview
Quick Details
Grade:
400 Series
Standard:
DIN, EN, GB
Length:
cut to lengths, straightened
Thickness:
0.3 - 16.0mm
Width:
350mm approx
Place of Origin:
Jiangsu, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Changjiang
Model Number:
W.-Nr. 1.4116 ( DIN X50CrMo15 )
Type:
Plate
Application:
high quality cutting tools , surgical instruments
Certification:
SGS
Surface:
bright, black or hot rolled, pickled, shot blasted
Dimensions:
Customized
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Seaworthy packing, Non - fumigation pallets with waterproof.
Delivery Time
Within 15 - 45 working days after receipt 30% of value.

Martensitic stainless steel plates W.-Nr. 1.4116 ( DIN X50CrMoV15 )

 

Description

This is a high carbon martensitic stainless steel with moderate corrosion resistance good strength and the ability to obtain 

and keep excellent hardness (Rc 56) and wear resistance.

After heat treament the grade is characterized by

* Very high hardness

* Good corrosion resistance

* Very high wear resistance 

 

Designation

ChinaUSAGermany
GB 5Cr15MoV *

AISI 425M

420MoV

EN 1.4116

DIN X50CrMoV15

X45CrMoV15

X55CrMoV15

* also wrote as 5Cr13MoV

* X55CrMoV15 is a variation of 1.4116 steel

 

Chemical Composition ( in weight % ) 

GradeCSiMnPSCrMoV
5Cr15MoV0.51 - 0.55 max1.00 max1.00 max0.035 max0.030 max14.60 - 15.000.50 - 0.800.10 - 0.15

 

GradeCSiMnCrMoV
X50CrMoV151.41160.45 - 0.551.00 max1.00 max14.00 - 15.000.50 - 0.800.10 - 0.20

 

Applications

With hardness HRC 55 - 57 after heat treatment, it is superior to make high end kitchen knives and out door knives like

Buck M9 Black Oxide Field knife etc. 

And W.-Nr. 1.4116 ( DIN X50CrMoV15 ) stainless steel is widely used for ice skate blades. 


Physical properties (avarage values) at ambient temperature

Modulus of elasticity [103 x N/mm2]:  220 

Density [g/cm3]:  7.7
Thermal conductivity [W/m.K]:  30.0 
Electric resistivity [Ohm mm2/m]:  0.65
Specific heat capacity[J/g.K]:  0.46
Magnetisable:  Yes

Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion 10-6 oC-1 

20 - 100°c20 - 200°c20 - 300°c20 - 400°c20 - 500°c
10.511.011.011.512.0

 

Soft Annealing

Heat to 730 - 780°c, cool slowly.


Hardening

Harden from a temperature of 980 - 1030°c followed by oil or air quenching.

 

Forging

Hot forming temperature: 1100 - 800°c.


Machinability

Best machined in the annealed condition.

Tough, stringy chips can be best handled by the use of chip breakers.

Carbide or ceramic tooling is recommended.


Corrosion Resistance

Resistant to a wide variety of media including fresh water, steam, petroleum products and alcohol.


Welding

This steel is not commonly welded due to its tendency to air harden.

If it must be welded, preheat to 260°c and post weld treat at 732 - 760°c for 6 hours followed by a slow furnace cooling to

avoid cracking.


Cold working

This alloy is considered only slightly cold workable by common practices.

 

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