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Alloy Steel

Some Alloy steel are slower to oxidize, but that is mainly due to the addition of chromium and molybdenum. Our array of Alloy Steel is known for its exceptional properties. This range of steel is specifically developed for energy-related applications such as oil & gas drilling and is suitable to withstand the stresses in machine parts. These products also find its application in daily life and cater to the various professional, domestic and industrial needs.


High Carbon High Chromium Alloy Steel

High Carbon High Chromium Alloy Steel
High Carbon High Chromium Alloy Steel

Higher carbon steels can be hardened using a method of heating and quenching (fast cooling in oil or brine) to a point where they can be used for cutting other steels, you would know high carbon steel as a drill bit or lathe tool. higher carbon content means less resistance to corrosion, After hardening heat treatment, WPS (Hc.HCr)  shots reach 67 HRC hardness.

D3 Cold Work Mould Steel Standard:

AISI D3, DIN1.2080, GBCr12, JIS SKD1

Applications:

Cold Work Die Steel D3 mainly used to substitute the widely used valuable die steel such as Cr12MOV, Cr12 and O1 and is used to manufacture the back plates of the precise dies, silica gel dies, keyboard dies, plastic crushing blades, precise gauges, etc. It can also be used to substitute O1to make the long-life movable printing steel plate etc.

Features:

Cold Work Mould Steel D3 is a new generation of economical cold work die steel which is developed by optimizing and improving the chemical compositions based on the 430 series of high-carbon high-chromium cold work tool steel in the ASTM standard. It mainly meets the demands of the market for precise dies and accessories of medium service life. Cold Work Mould Steel D3 features a small heat treatment defecation and high wear resistance (close to D3). The toughness of the steel is superior to D3 steel. The hardness can reach 58-64HRC after treatment and can be used for the back plates of tools and dies, gauges and cutters.It is Economic, Resistant Cr-Based Steel & Cold Work Mould Steel D3.

C

Si

Mn

Ni

Cr

V

Mo

1.40 ~ 1.60

          0.40

     0.60

      0.50

         11 ~13

 0.20  ~0.50

 0.80~1.20


Hot Die Steel

GB 4Cr5MoSiV; JIS SKD6; ASTM H11; DIN 1.2343

It is very critical to firstly furnish details of the type of steel used in mould making of rubber moulds. Usually as a convention, mild steels, hot die steels or WPS are used to manufacture rubber moulds. moulds can be well protected from scratches, rust, etc.. By hard chrome plating the working areas. Also as a plus point, the electro deposits of chrome produces a non-galling (non sticking) surface for better extraction of moulded article.

H11 (HDS) Tool Steel Bar Features:

H11 (HDS) is air hardening hot work die steel, its performance and service life are higher than 3Cr2W8V steel. Has a high harden ability, good overall performance under the middle temperature, small deformation when heat treatment, good resistance to thermal fatigue performance. Is also Alloy Tool Steel, better adapted to water forced cooling, used for extrusion dies, the life is closely related with extruded materials and extrusion ratio.

Quenching and Tempering specification:

Preheat temperature 790° C, Quenching Temperature 1000° C(Salt bath) or 1010° C(Controlled atmosphere), heat preservation 5 to 15min, then air cooling; Tempering temperature 550° C, hardness≥ 60HRC.

Application:

  • H11 (HDS) can be used for die casting die, hot forging die, hot extrusion die, warm extrusion die
  • Manufacture bolts die, hot trimming die.
  • Aluminum alloy die Casting die.
  • Copper and copper alloy hot extrusion die
  • Die materials of hot extrusion steel
  • Large and complex injection molding die

 

        C

          Si

     Mn

     Cr

       V

     Mo

 0.33~0.43

 0.80~1.20

 0.20~0.50

 4.75~5.50

0.30~0.60 

 1.10~1.6

Key features:

  • Precisely manufactured
  • Seamless body
  • High tensile strength

 

EN 31 Alloy Steel

Available with us a distinguished range of EN Series Bars/Flats, which is manufactured by our vendors using premium quality steel. Our cordial relation with the vendors enables us in delivering bulk requirements of the clients within the time limit. These products are widely used in automobile industries for various purposes.

Some of the salient features of the products are as follows:

  • Dimensional accuracy
  • Enhanced durability 
  • Tensile strength
  • Corrosion resistance

 

C

Mn

Si

 

P

0.90~1.20%    

 0.30~0.75%    

 0.10~0.35%    

0.04%   

0.04%   

EN19 Alloy Steel

EN19 is a high quality, high tensile alloy steel usually supplied readily machinable in ‘T’ condition, giving good ductility and shock resisting properties combined with resistance to wear.

Hardening:

Heat uniformly to 820/840°C until heated through. Quench in oil.

Tempering:

Heat uniformly and thoroughly at the selected tempering temperature, and hold at heat for one hour per inch of total thickness.

Typical Analysis:

      C     

  Mn        

      Si     

   Cr      

    Mo    

   0.40%      

  0.70%      

 0.25%      

1.20%     

0.30%     


EN9 Carbon Steel

EN9 is an unalloyed medium carbon steel. It is supplied at the hardness obtained after hot rolling or cold drawing, with a hardness normally within the range of 180 to 230HB. EN9 is available from stock in bar and can be cut to your requirements. We also offer EN9 plate flame cut to your required sizes and normalized.

Typical Analysis:

C

Si

Mn

 

P

0.50%

 0.25%

0.70%

0.05%

0.05

Stress Relieving:

After rough machining tools should be stress relieved.  Soaking time 2 hours after the whole piece has attained a temperature of approximately 675°C. Cool in furnace to approximately 500°C, and then freely in air.


Unalloyed Medium Carbon Steel

Unalloyed Medium Carbon Steel
Unalloyed Medium Carbon Steel
EN8 is an Unalloyed Medium Carbon Steel with good tensile strength. It is normally supplied in cold drawn or as rolled. Tensile properties can vary but are usually between 500-800 N/mm2. EN8 is available from stock in bar and can be cut to your requirements. We also offer EN8 plate flame cut to your required sizes and normalized.

Hardening:

Heat uniformly to 830/860°C until heated through. Quench in oil or water. Can also be induction or flame hardened.

Tempering:

Heat uniformly and thoroughly at the selected tempering temperatures, between 550°C to 660°C and hold at heat for one hour per inch of total thickness.

Normalizing:

Normalize at 830-860°C, and cool in air.

Typical Analysis:

C

Mn

Si

 

P

0.40%    

 0.80%    

 0.25%    

0.015%   

0.015%   

D2/ 1.2379/ SKD11 Alloy Steel

D2/ 1.2379/ SKD11 Alloy Steel
D2/ 1.2379/ SKD11 Alloy Steel
Applications:

Alloy Steel Plate D2/1.2379/SKD 11 good toughness and wear resistance, suitable to make the blanking dies with a thickness over 6 mm, drawing die etc.

Features:

Alloy Steel Plate D2/1.2379/SKD 11 is a high- carbon and high- chromium alloy tool steel. It has good wear resistance and size ability after heat treatment and is suitable for making long-life high-precision cold-work dies.

Annealed:

250HBS
C Si Mn Cr Mo
1.40  ~  1.60 0.15  ~  0.35   0.25  ~  0.50 11.0    ~  13.00 0.8  ~  1.20

OHNS Round & Flat Steel

OHNS Round & Flat Steel
OHNS Round & Flat Steel

OHNS Round & Flat Steel provided by us is accurately designed by our vendors keeping in mind the details given by us. These assure dimensional accuracy and high tensile strength. Our range is also known as Oil Hardened Non-Shrinking Steel in the market. These can be availed in the form of round and flat steel base.

C

Mn

Cr

W

V

0.95%

 1.15%

0.50%

0.50%

0.20%

EN24 Alloy Steel

EN24 Alloy Steel is a high quality, high tensile, alloy steel . Usually supplied readily machine able in ‘T’ condition, it combines high tensile strength, shock resistance, good ductility and resistance to wear. EN24 is available from stock in round bar, flat bar and plate.

Typical Analysis:

C

Si

Mn

Ni

Cr

Mo

0.40%

 0.30%

0.60%

 1.50%

1.20%

 0

Hardening: 

Heat uniformly to 823/850°C until heated through. Quench in oil.

Tempering: 

Heat uniformly and thoroughly at the selected tempering temperature, up to 660°C and hold at heat for two hours per inch of total thickness. Tempering between 250-375°C in not recommended as this can seriously reduce the steels impact value.

Stress Relieving: 

Heat slowly to 650-670°C, soak well before cooling the EN24 tool in a furnace or in air.


Case Hardening Steel

We bring forth our patrons a wide range of Case Hardening Steel (DIN 17CrNiMo6, AISI 8620, DIN 20MnCr5, DIN 20CrNi4, En353, En354, EN36 etc). These are quality tested by our controllers in order to meet the set industry quality standards. Studs, pinions, tappets, boring bars, heavy vehicle & automobile transmission parts, high duty volute & leaf springs, heavy engine valve springs, helical and torsional bar springs, mining haulage and cage suspension are some of the places this steel is widely used.

Our range finds its application in the following:

  • Crank shafts
  • Connecting rods
  • Lightly stressed gears
  • Cylinders
  • Sprockets
  • Axle shafts
  • Studs
  • Bolts
  • Propeller shaft points
  • Cam shafts
  • Spindle screws

 

 


Corporate Information

Alam Steel

Mr. Alam Khan (Proprietor)
Gate No. 15/2, Plot No. 23, Satpur - Ambad Link Road, Opposite Industrial Weigh Bridge
Nashik - 422010
Maharashtra, India
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