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Engineering Steels - Case Hardening Steels

Case Hardening Steels

AISI 8620: Low Nickel-Chrome-Moly Steel, with core strengths of 700-1100 Mpa, in small to medium sections, and a typical case hardness up to Rc62, when carburised, hardened and tempered. End use: Light/medium stressed wear resistant parts.

En36A: Nickel-Chrome Steel, with core strengths of 850-1200 Mpa, in small to fairly large sections, and a typical case hardness up to Rc62, when carburised, hardened and tempered. End use: Medium/highly stressed wear resistant parts.

17CrNiMo6: Chrome-Nickel-Moly Steel, with core strengths of 900-1300 Mpa, in small to fairly large sections, and a typical case hardness up to Rc62, carburised, hardened and tempered. End use: Highly stressed wear resistant parts.

En39B: Nickel-Chrome-Moly Steel, with core strengths of 1000-1400 Mpa, in small to very large sections, and a typical case hardness up to Rc62, carburised, H&T. End use: Heavily stressed large wear resistant parts.