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|Martensitic Grade:||416 1.4005 X12CrS13 420F 1.4029 X29CrS13 Stainless||Type:||Free Machining Martensitic Grades|
|Material:||416, 420F Stainless Steel Bar / Cold Drawn Wire||Dia:||0.3~450mm|
|Delivery State:||Drawn, Annealed||Surface:||Black, Peeled, Polished, Ground|
416 1.4005 X12CrS13 420F 1.4029 X29CrS13 Stainless Steel Bar / Cold Drawn Wire
Martensitic stainless steels are iron-chromium alloys that contain from 10% to 18% chromium and can be hardened
by heat treatment to high strength levels. Type 410 stainless steel is the basic alloy in this grouping.
The martensitic types are the lowest in their ability to withstand corrosion.
Adding more carbon to the basic martensitic alloy increases hardness. But, as carbon is increased,
chromium content is also increased to as high as 18% to maintain no less than 10% free chromium for corrosion resistance.
Other modified martensitic alloys contain additional elements, such as sulfur or selenium.
typical Free machinging grades ( EN 1.4005, 416 and EN 1.4029, 420F ).
Martensitic varieties find major applications in products that must resist atmospheric oxidation,
mildly corrosive chemicals, and wet or dry corrosion environments found in steam and gas turbine parts,
bearings, and cutlery. The martensitic types are magnetic in all conditions.
for Higher Machining
for Higher Corrosion
↓ 420 Add Carbon for Hardness & Strength
|416, S41600, 1.4005, X12CrS13||
416 stainless grade combines the following characteristics:
416 is the preferred free machining grade where higher strength than 303 is required.
It is essentially grade 410 (1.4006) with sulphur for free machining. It is ideal for high throughput, intricate components.
Shafts, axles, gears, valves, fasteners, golf club heads, sensors, precision machined components, gun barrels, washing machine parts, dowel pins, clamps, collars.
|420F, 1.4029, X29CrS13||Free machnining of Type 420 stainless|
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