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AISI A10

AISI A10

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The data presented herein are typical values, and do not warrant suitability for any specific application or use of this material.Normal variations in the chemical composition, the size of the product, and heat treatment parameter may result in differentvalues for the various physical and mechanical properties.
AISI A10
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TYPICAL ANALYSIS
Carbon........ 1.35%Manganese..... 1.80%Silicon....... 1.20%Nickel....... 1.85%Molybdenum.... 1.50%
TemperingTemp. º(F) HardnessAs-quenched Rc
 300 61/62400 60/61500 60600 59700 58800 57/58900 55/571000 50/551100 40
Uses . . .
Gauges, arbors, forming rolls, shear blades,metal working dies and punches.
Forging . . .
Heat slowly. Preheat to 1200 to 1250 ºF (650to 675 ºC). Start forging at 1800 to 1925 ºF (980 to1050 ºC) and do not forge below 1600 ºF (870 ºC).
RECOMMENDED HEAT TREATING PRACTICENormalizing . . .
Heat to 1450 ºF (790 ºC). Holding time,after uniform through heating, varies from about 15min, for small sections, to about 1 hr, for largesections. Cool from temperature in still air.
Annealing . . .
Heat slowly and uniformly to 1410 to 1460ºF (765 to 795 ºC). Soak adequately for section size.Restrict cooling rate to 15 ºF (10 ºC) per hour until950 ºF (510 ºC) is reach after which cooling rate isnot critical. Typical annealed hardness, 235 to 269 HB.For minimum hardness a second anneal can be used.Repeat the cycle using 1350 ºF (730 ºC) as theaustenitizing temperature. N eight-step annealingcycle has been recommended, as follows:1. Heat to 1440 ºF (780 ºC) and for 2 hr2. Cool to 1000 ºF (535 ºC) at 40 ºF (22 ºC) per hour3. Air cool t room temperature4. Reheat to 1440 ºF (780 ºC) and hold 1 hr per inch ofsection5. Cool to 1260 ºF (680 ºC) at any convenient rate6. Equalize a 1260 ºF (680 ºC) for 2 hr7. Cool to 950 ºF (510 ºC) at 15 ºF (8 ºC) per hourmaximum8. Air cool to room temperature
Stress Relieving . . .
Optional. Heat to 1200 to 1250 ºF(650 to 675 ºC)and hold for 1 hr per inch of crosssection (minimum of 1 hr). Cool in air.
Paxton & Vierling Steel
E S T A B L I S H E D 1 8 8 5
Phone 712-347-5500 800-831-9252Fax 712-347-6166

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