|Material Grade||C-45 (En-8)|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Kilogram|
Hot-Tool Steel (KDA 1) imported and supplied by us is general-purpose hot-tool steel. These products are known to have a higher strength at high temperature and tenacity than the general-purpose hot-tool steel KDS (equivalent to SKD61). We have built an advanced quality testing facility, wherein we stringently test these products before dispatching to the market.
Superior heat-check resistance:
Superior heat-softening resistance:
We are offering our clients, a wide range of Hot Die Steel Bar (H13 Grade) that is deigned in compliance with international quality standards. Our range is procured from the reliable vendors of the market who manufactured the range by using high -quality raw material with better processing and servicing properties.
|ASTM A681 (H-13)|
|SAE J437 (H13)|
|SAE J438 (H13)|
|SAE J467 (H13)|
|Carbon||0.32 - 0.45|
|Chromium||4.75 - 5.5|
|Manganese||0.2 - 0.5|
|Molybdenum||1.1 - 1.75|
|Silicon||0.8 - 1.2|
|Vanadium||0.8 - 1.2|
|Density (lb / cu. in.)||0.283|
|Melting Point (Deg F)||2600|
|Modulus of Elasticity Tension||29|
General Description :
Principal Design Features:
|Minimum Order Quantity||500 Kilogram|
We are instrumental in offering a wide range of Hot Working Tool Steels to our valuable clients. The offered range further comprises Hot Die Steel (H 21) . Using quality-approved material these products are developed as per the current market requirements at our clients' end
Carbon0.26 - 0.36Chromium27456IronBalanceManganese0.15 - 0.4Phosphorus0.03 maxSilicon0.15 - 0.5Sulphur0.03 maxTungsten40306Vanadium0.3 - 0.6
Density (lb / cu. in.)0.296Specific Gravity8.2Melting Point (Deg F)2610Modulus of Elasticity Tension29
General Description :
Principal Design Features
This alloy is one of the Hot Work, tungsten containing tool steels. The tungsten content is beneficial for hot strength at red heat, although toughness is somewhat reduced.
Used for hot working dies and tooling such as die casting, extrusion and hot forming of parts.
The tungsten content makes H21 somewhat difficult to machine. As compared to the W group of water hardening low alloy steels rated at 100& for machinability the H21 would rate 55%
The alloy may be formed by conventional means.
This alloy may be welded. Consult the supplier for details.
Preheat to 1500 F and then heat rapidly to 2150 F. Hold at 2150 F for 2 to 5 minutes and then air cool (quench) or oil quench.
Forge at 2100 f down to 1700 F. Do not forge below 1650 F.
H21 may be cold worked by conventional methods.
Anneal at 1625 F and slow furnace cool at less than 40 F per hour.
Not applicable to this alloy.
Tempering is done at 1100 F to 1250 F for Rockwell C hardness of 54 to 36. A double temper treatment should be done at the temperature selected and the parts should be held at temperature for 1 hour.
See "Heat Treating" and "Tempering".
Mechanical Data :
MSO currently has no data available for this grade.