Case hardening steels

Case hardening steels are hardened by carburizing the surface layer, i.e. they are particularly characterized by a very high surface hardness (approx. 62 HRc) in combination with a tough core. Due to their excellent polishability, these steels are particularly suitable for smaller molds and inserts.

Böhler Program

 

Material Numbers Standards
BÖHLER Grade Market grade Melting Route DIN EN UNS Others AMS ASTM
9310 - Material Numbers 1.6657 - - - Standards 6265 -
S82 Airmelted Material Numbers - - - - Standards - -
- - Material Numbers - ~15NiCr13 - - Standards - -
- - Material Numbers - X19NiCrMo4 - - Standards - -
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