1. Case Hardening Steel (En36)
En36 is an alloy case hardening steel. Characteristics of the steel are toughness arising from the use of nickel and a more uniform hardness produced by the use of chromium.
Applications : Component with large cross section requiring high toughness & score strength such as gears, crane shafts & heavy duty gear shafts in aircrafts & truck construction & mechanical engineering.
2. Case Hardening Steel (En353)
Applications : Machining components Sizes : En353 is offered to our clients in Round Bars as per their desired lengths.
3. SAE – 8620 STEEL
SAE-8620 STEEL is a low alloy case hardening steel which is supplied to American standards SAE 8620 and AISI 8620.
8620 provides a combination of toughness and wear resistance.
8620 is supplied in either the as rolled or annealed condition.
Applications : Components of small cross section, requiring low tensile strength, as well as heavy forging in the normalized condition for automotive & general engineering such as axles, clutch shafts, presses & Punches Parts, Piston rods & gear rods.
4. Case Hardening Steel (20Mncr5)
Our clients can avail these in different features to meet their exact requirement.
Application : Gears, Gear shafts.
5. Case Hardening Steel (16mnCr5)
Case Hardening Steel (16mnCr5)Components when made in 16MNCR5 Round Bars and carburised have a core strength range of 430-490 N/mm2, with a hard wearing surface. We provide 16Mncr5 in Round Bars&Forged Bars.