stainless steel sheets W.-Nr. 1.4125 ( DIN X105CrMo17 )

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Overview
Quick Details
Grade:
400 Series
Standard:
DIN, EN
Length:
in straightened lengths
Thickness:
3.0 - 20.0mm
Width:
250mm approx.
Place of Origin:
Jiangsu, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Changjiang
Model Number:
W.-Nr. 1.4125
Type:
Plate
Application:
cutlery, valve components
Certification:
SGS
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
500 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Seaworthy packing, Non - fumigation pallets with waterproof.
Port
Shanghai, China

High performance stainless steel W.-Nr. 1.4125 ( DIN X105CrMo17 )

 

Designations

ChinaUSAJapanGermanyAustralia

GB 9Cr18

9Cr18Mo

9Cr18MoV

11Cr17

AISI 440C

UNS S44004

JIS SUS440C

 

EN 1.4125

DIN X105CrMo17

AS2837-1986 440C

 

Description

440C is a high-carbon chromium steel designed to provide stainless properties with maximum hardness.

This steel provides very good wear resistance combined with moderate corrosion resistance in mild environments.

440C is heat treatable to RC 59. This grade is commonly used in cutlery and food processing applications.

 

Chemistry data ( weight % )

GradeCSiMnPSCrMoV
440C0.95 - 1.201.00 max1.00 max0.040 max0.030 max16.00 - 18.000.75 max-

 

Delivery state

Annealed

 

Applications

Suitable for applications requiring a combination of excellent wear resistance with moderate corrosion resistance,

440C is commonly used in the oil and gas, marine, food and medical industries.

Typical applications are knives, scissors, surgical tools, cutlery, bearings etc.

 

Physical data

Specific Gravity 7.7 g/cm3

Density 0.28 lb/in.3

 

Heat treatment

Annealing

For maximum softness, this steel should be heated uniformly to 1550/1600ºF (843/871°c).

Soak and cool very slowly in the furnace. Brinell hardness approximately 223.

Intermediate or process annealing treatment-heat uniformly to 1350/1400ºF (732/760°c).

Air cool. Brinell hardness about 255.

 

Hardening

Heat to 1850/1950ºF (1010/1066°c); soak; quench in warm oil or cool in air.

Do not overheat. When overheated, full hardness cannot be obtained.

See comments under corrosion resistance.

 

Tempering

Hardness of approximately Rockwell C 60 will be obtained.

To remove peak stresses and yet retain maximum hardness, temper at least one hour at 300/350°F (149/177°c).

 

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