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17CrNi6-6 / 15CrNi6 / WNr. 1.5918 / ~1622017CrNi6-6 / 15CrNi6 / WNr. 1.5918 / ~16220 Alloyed case hardening steel for highly strained parts and good toughness at core tensile strength of 900 - 1200 N/mm². Driving bevel gears, crown wheels, gears, shafts, bolts for automotive and gear components. Round bars d 60 mm - d 150 mm on stock other dimensions on request.
~C35 / ~C35E / ~C35R / ~WNr. 1.0501 / ~WNr. 1.1180 / ~WNr. 1.1181 / 12040~C35 / ~C35E / ~C35R / ~WNr. 1.0501 / ~WNr. 1.1180 / ~WNr. 1.1181 / 12040 - This carbon (unalloyed) steel is intended primarily for forming under heat. Hexagons in stock, drawn round steel and rolled steel in stock or to order, EN 10083, EN 10269 standards.
~24CrMoV5-5 / ~WNr. 1.7733 / 15236~24CrMoV5-5 / ~WNr. 1.7733 / 15236 - This construction grade steel is widely used in the shipbuilding, aviation and rail industry. In the components of pressure vessels, milling machines, and mechanical parts thereof with larger cross-sections, such as for example mechanical transmissions, transmission shafts and shafts with multiple diameters, as well as fastening materials such as screws, nuts and connecting rods. It is also used in the steel structures of bridges, halls and other buildings. Round bars d 60 mm – d 150 mm in stock, other dimensions to order.
X10CrMoVNb9-1 / WNr. 1.4903X10CrMoVNb9-1 / WNr. 1.4903 – Special martensitic heat resistant steel which is widely used in the energy industry, especially in the field of boiler, steam turbine, motor and furnace manufacturing, and other mechanical components in the aviation and petrochemical industry working with temperatures up to 650 °C. Round bars d 20 mm – d 80 mm in stock, larger diameters to order.
X22CrMoV12-1 / WNr. 1.4923 / 17134X22CrMoV12-1 / WNr. 1.4923 / 17134 – Corrosion-resistant, fire-resistant, chromed steel with a molybdenum additive which is used as a standard for steel components in steam turbines and generators, as well as for high temperature connecting components. Thermal resistance up to approximately 600 °C. Corrosion resistance in a natural environment is limited due to the relatively low chrome content. Steam resistant. Used mainly in the turbine structures, aviation, and pressure and steam boilers. Bars d 4 mm – d 290 mm in stock, other dimensions, flat bards to order.
X19CrMoNbVN11-1 / WNr. 1.4913X19CrMoNbVN11-1 / WNr. 1.4913 – Corrosion-resistant, fire-resistant, chromed steel with a molybdenum additive. Its use may be found mainly in turbine structures in the energy industry and aviation industry, as well as in the construction of pressure and steam boilers. Additional use as fastening material – screws, nuts, connecting rods, etc. in equipment operating at high temperatures. Bars d 20 mm – d 300 mm in stock, other dimensions upon inquiry.
34CrNiMo6 / WNr. 1.6582 / 1634334CrNiMo6 / WNr. 1.6582 / 16343 – Construction-grade steel which is used in heavily stressed machine components with an emphasis on toughness, strength and hardness – industrial engineering and the automotive industry. Rolled bards d 20 mm – d 300 mm in stock. Drawn bars, forged bars and additional profiles upon inquiry.
37MnSi5 / WNr. 1.5122 / 1324037MnSi5 / WNr. 1.5122 / 13240 – Alloyed heat treated steel with a tensile strength of 800-1,500 N/mm² for wear-resistant components, such as for example milling machine and conveyor components. Suitable for surface hardening. For crankshafts in aircraft and diesel engines, transmissions, and for components with a required higher tensile strength. Rolled bards d 20 mm – d 280 mm status + QT in stock.
15NiCr13 / WNr. 1.5752 / ~1642015NiCr13 / WNr. 1.5752 / ~16420 – This material is mainly used in heavily stressed cemented milling machine components, aircraft, and components for transmission and turbine manufacture. Round bars d 50 mm – d 140 mm in stock, other dimensions rolled and forged, blocks to order.
25CrMo4 / WNr. 1.7218 / 1513025CrMo4 / WNr. 1.7218 / 15130 – Steel with a lower hardenability for medium-stressed machine components. It is weldable, and suitable for the production of seamless tubes. In its refined state, it reaches approximately medium strength and toughness values. Drawn and rolled bars d 12 mm – d 300 mm in stock, forged bars and hexagons to order- EN 10083 and EN 10269 standards.
34CrAlNi7-10 / WNr. 1.8550 / ~15340 / 1634734CrAlNi7-10 / WNr. 1.8550 / ~15340 / 16347 – Cr-Ni-Al nitriding steel for components that require a high surface hardness and a wear-resistance. Used for cam discs, cams, gear shafts, measuring equipment, injection pump components, valve spools, piston pins, etc. Drawn and rolled bars d 20 mm – d 300 mm in stock. Forged bars and blocks to order.
~21CrMoV5-7 / ~WNr. 1.7709 / 15320~21CrMoV5-7 / ~WNr. 1.7709 / 15320 – Cr-Mo-V steel low-alloyed, bainitic, suitable for higher temperatures and heat-stable. For large forgings – easily formable and machinable. Corrosion-resistant in an environment of hydrogen at high pressure up to a temperature of approx. 320 °C and water steam up to a temperature of approx. 600 °C. Mainly for fastening energy and chemical equipment components, steam turbine rotors, shafts and compressor impeller wheels. Weldability is guaranteed conditionally (must be preheated to a temperature of 350-400 °C). Drawn and rolled bars d 12 mm – d 300 mm in stock, forged bars, blocks and hexagons to order.
~10CrMo9-10 / ~WNr. 1.7380 / 15313~10CrMo9-10 / ~WNr. 1.7380 / 15313 – Heat-stable steel for higher temperatures , resistant against pressurized hydrogen. Low-alloyed and heat-stable steel, easily heat-formable and easily machinable. It is corrosion resistance in a water steam environment up to a temperature of 590 °C. At a pressure of 9.8 MPa, it is resistant to hydrogen up to a temperature of 500 °C, at lower pressures up to a temperature of 600 °C. It is also ideal for energy and chemical equipment components. Rolled bars d 20 mm – d 300 mm in stock, smaller dimensions and forged bars to order.
~14MoV6-3 / 14Mo6 / ~WNr. 1.7715 / 15128~14MoV6-3 / 14Mo6 / ~WNr. 1.7715 / 15128 – Cr-Mo-V high-quality, heat-stable steel for higher temperatures. Ideal for energy and chemical equipment components working at temperatures up to 580 °C. Weldability guaranteed conditionally. Rolled bars d 16 mm – d 300 mm in stock, forged bars to order.
~13CrMo4-5 / ~WNr. 1.7335 / 15121~13CrMo4-5 / ~WNr. 1.7335 / 15121 – Steel for higher temperatures and pressures. Heat-stable steel, easily formable under heat and while cold, easily machinable, with an increased resistance to hydrogen and corrosion in a steam environment. Ideal for energy and chemical equipment up to 560 °C. Forgings in a refined state are suitable for pressure vessel components up to 350 °C, rolled bars d 20 mm – d 300 mm in stock, forged bars, flat bars to order.
~16Mo3 /~15Mo3 / ~WNr. 1.5415 / 15020~16Mo3/~ 15Mo3 / ~WNr. 1.5415 / 15020 – Steel for higher temperatures and pressures. Heat-stable steel, easily formable under heat and while cold, easily machinable, corrosion-resistant in a water steam environment up to 530 °C. Ideal for energy and chemical equipment up to 530 °C. Drawn and rolled bars d 4 mm – d 300 mm in stock, flat bars in stock, forged round bars up to d 1,100 mm, U-profiles; I-profiles, HEB-profiles, L-profiles to order.
~P265GH / ~WNr. 1.0425 / 11416~P265GH / ~WNr. 1.0425 / 11416 – Unrefined, low-carbon, unalloyed steel for higher temperatures and heat-stable. For the components of boilers and pressure vessels. Weldability ensured. Round rolled bars d 20 mm – 300 mm in stock, forged bars, rolled flat bars to order.
~P250GH / ~C22.8 / ~P245GH / ~A105 / ~WNr. 1.0460 / ~WNr. 1.0352 / 12024~P250GH / ~C22.8 / ~P245GH / ~A105 / ~WNr. 1.0460 / ~WNr. 1.0352 / 12024 – Unalloyed high-grade steel for higher temperatures, steam boilers, pressure vessels, flat products. Perlitic and martensitic steel with defined properties at an increased temperature. For the welded pressure vessel components working at increased temperatures, forgings for pressure vessels and equipment. The steel is weldable. Round rolled bars d 16 mm – d 300 in stock, smaller dimensions and forged bars up to d 1,100 mm to order.
Steel weight calculation
Weight is calculated from the coefficient 7,85 kg/1 dm3