From a low carbon iron for electro-magnetic applications (S1), our range of low carbon steels (S3, S4) can be produced to meet specific strength and hardness requirements. Higher hardenability, wear resistance and sub-zero impact criteria are achieved through minor alloying additions and precise heat treatment control (R60-R67).
An additional series of steels resistant to high temperature creep is developed by alloying low and medium carbon steels with chromium, molybdenum, vanadium and tungsten (R68-R72). Nickel is added to many of these grades to improve sub-zero impact properties (R66).
|S3||AS 2074C3,C4, A216 WCA,B,C.|
|S4||AS 2074-C5, C6|
LOW ALLOY STEEL
|R59||ASTM A915 SC8630|
|R68||AS 2074-L5A, A217-WC1|
|R69||AS 2074-L5B, A217-WC6|
|R70||AS 2074-L5C, A217-WC9|