Pre-hardened stainless martensitic chrome- molybdenum steel with excellent resistance to corrosion, higher than similar Cr grades (i.e. WW.NR. 1.2083), good polishing and photoengraving properties.
Its applications are equipments and plastic moulds, particularly for corrosive plastic as PVD.
|C||Si||Mn||P (max)||S (max)||Cr||Mo||Ni|
EAF – LF – VD - Forging – Heat treatment QT
In according to standard EN10228-3 Class 4 and standard SEP 1921 Class E/e
WW.NR. 1.2316 is delivered in quenched and tempered condition, with hardness range 280 - 325 HB (29 – 35 HRC) or in annealed condition with hardness max 240 HB (23 HRC)
Ac1 800 °C
Ac3 910 °C
Ms 200 °C
|Thermal expansion coefficient (10-6/K)||10.4||10.7||11||11.9|
|Thermal conductivity (W/mk)||23.5||23.9||24.2||23.2|
|Young modulus (Kn/mm2)||218||209||202||180|
|TREATMENT||TEMPERATURE||HOLDING TIME (HT)||COOLING||COMMENTS|
|Annealing||Heat to 770 - 820 °C||Min. H.T. for 2 minute /mm||Furnace up to 600°C than in air||-|
|Stress relieving||Heat to 550 - 600 °C||Min. H.T. for 2 minute /mm||Air or furnace||To be carried out after machining, is recommended to eliminate the residual stresses induced by mechanical working|
|Hardening||Preheating to 600-700°C Austenitizing to 1000 - 1050 °C||Min. H.T. for 1 minute /mm||Polymer or gas air||Qunched hardness 50 HRC||Tempering||-||-||Air||To be carried out after hardening. 2nd Tempering must be performed to max 30°C below tempering temperature|
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