Practical Data for

Metallurgists
Fourteenth Edition
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Steel Chemistries
Chemical Compositions, etc.
Miscellaneous Steel Properties
Relative Tool Steel Properties
Hardenability Band Data
Restricted Hardenability Band Data
Jominy Correlation with Round Bars
Combined Hardenability Charts
Martensite Percent vs. Carbon Content and Hardness
Relationship of Fatigue Strength to Tensile Strength
Carburizing Rates of Carbon and Alloy Steels
Hot Working Temperatures
Critical Transformation Temperatures and Ms/Mf Points

34-37
38-48
49-51
52-55
56-69
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71
72-76
77-78
79-81

Tubing
General Tolerances
Length Tolerances
Straightness Tolerances
Weight Table
OD Cleanups

82-85
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Bar
General Tolerances
Straightness Tolerences
Weight Table - Rounds and Squares

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92-95

SPC
Statistical Process Control (SPC) Information

96-98

Miscellaneous Information
Glossary of Metallurgical Terms
Useful Equations for Hardenable Alloy Steels
Handy Physical Constants
Engineering Conversion Factors
Metric - English Stress Conversion Tables
Work-Energy Conversion Tables
Decimal Equivalent Chart
Temperature Conversion Tables
Hardness Conversion Tables

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107-109
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114-115
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District Offices
Timken Desford Steel
Timken Latrobe Steel
The Timken Company

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20 .60 .90 .20/1.60 .13 .90 1030 1035 1038 1039 .60/.60 .90 .040 .80 .00/1.42 .13 .040 .30/.23 .30/.00 .00 .10/.90 .44 .08 max .90 .90 .22/.43/.22/.13 .08/.98 .08/.13 .30/.13 .37/.STANDARD CARBON STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.50 .30/.08/.35/.31 .43/.08/.60/.65 .48 .20 .35 max .70/.25/.00 P = .90 .60 1.90 .20/.00 1.50/.32/.30/.28 .55 .13 .37/.35/1.040 .44 .40 .30/.30/.30/.50 S = .50 1010 1011 1012 1015 1016 1017 1018 .53 .90 .30/.90 .15 .18 .23 .13 .90 .60/.60/.75/.040 .14/.18/.040 .65 .25/.10 max .28/.38 .70/1.08/.03 .040 .90 1020 1021 1022 1023 1025 1026 1029 .60/.48/.35/1.27 .39 .25 .09 4 .06/.40/.60/.13/.040 .80 .09 .60/.46/.18/.040 .60 .60/.050 max FREE CUTTING RESULPHURIZED STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.50 .040 .50/.13 .60 .90/1. C Mn 1005 1006 1008 .60/.040 max SAE No.44 .70/1.55 .37/.90 .72/.18 .60/.50/.70/1.60 1.18/.90 .08/.37/.48/.80 1060 1065 .93 .15/.43/.50 .60/.85/.30/.55 .70/1.20/.08/.20 .30/.75 .55/.28 .60/.70/1.30/.55/.60/.90 .35/1.48/.24/.60/.14/.60 1080 1086 1090 1095 .42/. C Mn 1040 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1049 .60 .80/.50 .00 .23 .65 .90 .60/.88 .40/.40/.06 max .00 .70 .50 1.32/.60/.30/1.90 .60/.00 .34 .15/.45 .20 .09/.60 .14 .65/.90 1050 1053 1055 1059 .70/1.60/.13 .30/.06/.08/.13/.30 1. C Mn P Max S 1110 1117 1118 1123 1137 1140 1141 1144 1146 1152 .85 .70/1.49 .040 .33 .90 .47 .60 .08/.60/.70/1.60 .00 .47 .65 1.60/.90 1070 1074 1078 .60/.65 .

44 .65 1.30/.75/1.40/.13 max .40 1.80/1.050 .07/.16 .70/1.44/.040 .52 .80/1.040 .40 1.10 .050 .40 1.10/1.70/1.050 5 . HIGH MANGANESE CARBON STEEL Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.10 .24 .040 .47 .05 .25 .040 .37 .47/.75 .71 .050 .040 .040 .80/1.050 . C Mn P S 1212 1213 1215 .55 .80/1.00 .050 .22/.040 .24/.13 max .040 .050 .50 .80/1.36/.40 1.050 .040 .07/.040 .050 .19/.FREE CUTTING REPHOSPHORIZED AND RESULPHURIZED STEEL Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.52 .18/.75/.43/.37 .20/1.040 .20/1.22/.88 .85/.10 .050 .040 .09 .20/1.65 .30 1.12 .50 . C Mn P Max S Max 1513 1522 1524 1526 1527 1533 1534 1541 1544 1545 1546 1548 1552 1553 1566 1570 1580 1590 .26/.040 .15 .48/.60/.35 NOTE: 12XX grades are customarily furnished without specified silicon content because of adverse effect on machinability.050 .10/.09 max .10/1.98 1.040 .04/.29 .35/1.050 .33 .10 1.050 .16/.35/1.44/.85/1.29 .040 .10 .23 .40 1.10/1.12 .80/1.050 .040 .050 .50 1.55 .00 .50 1.040 .10/1.30/.65/.10 .050 .00/1.050 .10/1.050 .040 .

...35/..90 ... .... ........ 4815 4820 .25 ...13/.60 .90 ......... ...90 ................. 6150 ........70/... ..... ..80 ..... ..15/............17/.20/.. ..15/.80/1...90 ..... 4023 4027 4028* 4037 4047 .60/1.. ..20/....15 min c 6 Ni Mo Other .....00 ..15/.. .......... C Mn Cr 1330 1335 1340 ..33 ...50 .70 ...15/.. 5120 5130 5132 5140 5150 5160 51B60§ .70/....65/..90 ....17/.....25 ..20/.......28/.... 4715 4720 .00 ..98/1...... ...70 ...22 .70/. ............30 . .53 .50/....30 ..40/.80/1........60/1....90 ..... . 1..15 ...22 ...... ...20/.25 ...... . ... ...80/1.45/...............20/...........90 ...........75/1...65/2. .80/1......90 .... .30 .....75 ....35 .. ..... .. 51100 52100 .38/...56/.35/..64 .45/.. .75/1...30 ......45 .. .....90 1....20/.15 1..00 .....00 ... .............60/..60/.20 . ...10 ..... ......... .....90 ..... .28/..70/..... .20/.20/..80/1...70/.40/..65 ......45/....45/....75 3. ..35/......20/...25/....75/1...10 .....55 .......40 ......65 ...10 ... .25 ...53 ..... .............90 .....70/...13/... ......25/..75/1....50 ..............90/1......20/...43 .10 .......... ...38/...00 ....15/...........40/..25/.. ........30 ...15/....90 ....... ....18/.. ............48/....... ........33/.............. ..10 ........00 .......23 ......25 ..18/.45/ ..80/1.28/...........................25 .25/3..70/..75/1.....10 .65/2..30 .80 . .... ....00 ...60/1.............30 .....70/1..25/.90 ......18/...38/..... 3..48/................ .20 .. .. ...60 ....45/...........90 ...23 .............................65/2.18 .40/. .... .20 ...70 .......98/1. .....23 .70/. ........33 ..15/.90/1. ....10 ..50/.....00 1..43 1.40/.... ......20/....... ...38 ....70/.00 .90 ...... ...25 ....60 ... ...30 ................. ........ ..22 .60 ..00 .90 .35 .. ..30/.........70/....... ..... .85 .....20 .......... .44/....53 .......70/.15/....... .17/...22 .20/..........38/..75/1.17/.70/.... ...43 ..10 ....10 ..20/...00 .90 ..... ...90 1...80/1...........75/1...49 ........13/...... 50B46§ .30/1....STANDARD ALLOY STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No..70/..50/.75/1.. ..30 .25 .28/.........43/...23 ..48/............. .70/..65 ............... .08/.56/.... .....10 ..... ......90/1..75/1.40/........... 4320 4340 E4340 ...80/1.65 ......18 .43 ..25 ....65/2.....33 ...64 ....45/....38/..30 .45 .70/..70/............60 .30 ... .10 .90/1...25/3..30 .. .48 ...40 ...................... .. ...... ..... .............65 ..30 ......00 .......90 ...90 1.25 ....90 .70/..... ........... 4620 .45 ...18/....00 .....15/........... ........30 ........90 . .....70/..00 1...70/..60 ......00 .... ......33 ......... ................80/1............90 ... 4118 4120a 4121b 4130 4131 4137 4140 4142 4145 4147 4150 ....43 ............. .75/1...70/. .20/........

.0005/.60 ..... ....70 .050 § B = .60 ..40/.15/.. 8720 . Si ..20/.35/..25 ..40/.40 ... Ni = ... .90 ....... .90 ..60 ...20/.. 7 .25 .. C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other 8615 8617 8620 8622 8630 8637 8640 8645 ..30/.20 max....40/...40/.60 ... Cr = .70 . * S = ..... .70/......70 ...75/1...00 ....25 .75/1...75/1. P = ....43/. .40/.80/2............35...38/....23 ....13/..25 .00 .64 .40/...70 .65 ...20 ..70/.15/..40 9259 9260 ...56/.90 .STANDARD ALLOY STEELS .40/.60 .15/...030 max (SAE J1268)...40/...15/.....00 ...33 .10 ..25 ...70/..40/....70/1..90 . S = .. ..00 .15/.. Mo = .....70/.90 .20 Formerly PS 15 Formerly PS 24 Formerly PS 30 Unless specified: Si = ....25 .70 .20/..40/.003 a b c .40/.00 .64 .28/..18/.15/......40/....70/.40/.75/1... .18/.. 8822 ..25 .75/1....06 max These standard grades can have modifications in chemistry when agreed upon by user and supplier.25 . ........ ..70 .60 .15/..15/..15/.25 ....035/..70 .....40/.23 ..90 ..75/1......40/... .70 .040 max.25 max.60 .70 ......70/..continued SAE No.48 .60 ...40/.00 .18 .56/..70 .45/.... 1.40/.25 ...43 ..30 .15/..40/.40/.60 ...60 ...40/.

25 .0005-.59 ....40/.20 . Si = 1..040 max †P = .60 .......33 ... .....0005-....26 ......13/....90/1.25 max 1.... ..13/.30 1. C Mn Cr 10 16 17 18 19 20 21 31 32 33 34 36 38 39 40 54 55 56 57† 58 59 61 63 64 65 66 67 .60 ..20 .....65 . 1. ....70/1. ...80/1.18/.13/.90/1....20 ... ..... ..30 ...... 15. . ..90 ...35. ..... ......19/. ... .20 ...65 ..25 ........ 1....65/2......60 ..13/.90/1. .70/...20 .. 24 and 30 are now standard grades.70/1.90/1.00 max Note : PS Nos....65/2...05/..48 .. ...20 min ..23/....28 .20 .....05 min ...05 min .... ..21 .... ..70/1...90/1.65 ..30 1...... ..20 ..21/....70 .....90 .19/.00/1.30 1...........00/1.15 ..70/1...35..25/.40/.45/.PS GRADES (Formerly EX Grades) Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits PS No...90 ...16/.15/.13/.20 ....10 1.05 ..... S = ..48/....... ...............08/... .....23 ...43 ...51/........70/. . .60 ...60 . ......30 .45/.......003 .45/..24 .20 ...45/......20 ...20/..00/1.............003 .49 .......75/1...38 .......00 1...........20 .00 .45/...60 .08 max .........20 ..20 B ..45/.....35 ..45/..........15/..10 ..13/. .........23/.. ....40/...00/19...65 . ....00 .13/..90/1.15/.40/.23 .45/.........16/.80 .65/..65 ....70/...65/.........90 ............60 .90 ..90 .. .17/...20 Ni Other ..040 max.... V 1.70/.....20 .....40/.. Unless Specified: Si = ....20 ...... ....40/..20 ..18/.....45/....90/1..65 .40 ......24 .70/1..20 ..90/1.....45/.65 .13/...25 .00 ... . .00 .....15/..... ..53 .15/.25 .20 ....20 .........31/. .30 ................ .25 ..60 .13/.28 ...15 ...10/..20 . 4121 and 4715) 8 Mo ...42/...... .40/.........00/1.13 ....00/1...40/...38/.90/1.....40 .90/1.45/...25/..13/...15 ....20 .. ....... ...08/..............20 ...65 17..20 ...40/........45/.................18/.....00 .75 ...13/..20 ...28/... ...21 ... 1................95/1. B ... ............ S = .65 ..20 .035 max. .80 ....43/.....90/1.70/... ...20 min .00 .65/2........75/2.65 ..70 ...25/........ (See SAE Nos.70/.....18 .00 . .....21 . P = .85/ 1. 4120.....60 ....45/.20/..08/.85/1.16/... ...23 ..

.....65/.51 ...... ........45/2.30 . .... 4027 H 4028 Ha 4032 H 4037 H 4042 H 4047 H ....75/1...............003 9 . 4320 H 4340 H E4340 H .....30 ... .10 ....................10 .....30 .......65 ....25 .05 .65/...33 ....17/. ....47/...55/2.15/..... .43/..55/........... . .10 ..30/. ........65/1....30 .......15/........35/...70 . ....20/3.......40 ....08/.........10 .......20 ......34/.....70 ..75/1....... ...........65/1..25 .80 ....... .65/.55/2....... .........20 ..25/....65/1....41 .00 .... .44/.....95 1.......00 .34/....49 ......32/... ...... ... .......... ...75/1.... ...85/1...... ........ ..44 .20/...00 ...30/....25 ....20/..035/..49 1..65/1.. .. ....54 ..... ....23 ................ ......15/...14/.20 .....70 ... .....43/..........37/...23 ..20/....55/.........20 ............ .. ........60/1..60/1...30/...65/1.....25 ...... ..44 .....37/..... ...65/1..00 ........10 . .......... ..30 ....95 .....0005/.....17/.... .....30 ...... ...20 ..60/....25 ....75 ...60/1..........25 .........00 ........00 1.......80 3.. ....70 .20 ... ....17/........... .....05 1..30 .44/...........30 ..20/.39/..... ..30/........20/3..00 ..........050 B = ...38 . . ......30 ... 4815 H 4817 H 4820 H ....35/......... ....30 .00 ..... .. ......60/1. ....65/1. ..60 .75/1...05 1.45/2....12/..........24/..27/... ........20 ............ ...00 ... ..70 .10 ...25 ...... ......24/...80 ..18 ..37/.20/..60/.60 1...15 .............95 . ....15/.23 .20/...10 ....44 ...35 .30/.20/...... ......13/...........70 ..25 .65/1.... ...25 .30 ......25 ..20/............... 4720 H ... ............38 .......15/..... . C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other 1330 H 1335 H 1340 H 1345 H . ...10 ....30/.42/.................00 ......... 50B40 Hb 50B44 Hb 5046 H 50B46 Hb 50B50 Hb 50B60 Hb .......15/.....90 .60/1..... ..45/2.....32/..20/.70 ... ... 4118 H 4130 H 4135 H 4137 H 4140 H 4142 H 4145 H 4147 H 4150 H 4161 H ...... ..27/...... 4620 H 4718 H ....20/3.25 ..10 ...... .80 3......30/. 3.........30/.55/2.30 ..STANDARD H STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges SAE No.75/1. ..23 . ....42/....40/....29/. ....55/...46 .65/1.75/1........30 .....43 ..30/.05 1..............00 ..... ..20/.......60/1...23 .10 ......15/..39/....20 ...... ............20/.....65 .46 .44 .54 .43 . ...45/.41 ...95 ....30 ...55/2.33 .37/...........37/. .17/......... .00 ...51 .....20/........85/1......17/.. ... ..20/.....70 ....30 ...30/..21 ...45/2......65/1.30/.65/1. .... .......65 . ..15/...75 .......65/1.60/1..44 ..70 ...40/.35 ...........49 .15/..75/1.. .... a b S = ...13/..........00 1...47/.....10 ...... ..50 .50 .20 .42/........... .60/1....15/... .95 .10 .........60/1...75/1..

25 ..45 2. ...10 ..23 ...... .75 ...70/1......27/..29/..75 ......35/............75 . ......55 .25/.. ..23 .54 . 9310 H 94B15 Hb 94B17 Hb 94B30 Hb .....07/..70/1.......60/1.. ...70/1.65 .. .... .80 .. 8822 H . .08/...00 ..15/... ..65 ..70/1. ...35/...70/1.35/....70/1.30/. Ni = .............25 .10 ...20/.....55/..........65/1. .35/......05 .....65/1..75 .55/.05 ..35/....42/.35/...05 ..18 .35/..70/1..... . .25/.15/.27/.70/1.... 1..........35/.10 ...21 .10 ..55 .....22/...60/1.15/.60/.90 ..05 ..08/.25 ..25/...... ...... ....44 ..... ...95 ....25 max....08/.75 ..50/....25 ..47/.95 .33 .. 6118 H 6150 H ..... ...75 ..55 ... ..75 ... Si .....15 ...65 .......42/....05 ..75/1. .....90 .50/..44 .55 ... .70/1......33 ....75 . .75/1.65 .35/....20 81B45 Hb . .05 . ...20 max.0005/..32/.65 .. C Mn Cr Ni 5120 H 5130 H 5132 H 5135 H 5140 H 5147 H 5150 H 5155 H 5160 H 51B60Hb ..05 .65 ..........35/......19/...35/.......60 ... S = .......25 .75 ..20 ........65 ...00 .05 .35/.60/1.60/.35/......35/...60/1..75 ...15/...20 .40/....65/1...46 .05 ...........15/..003 10 ...80 ...65 .....25/...08/.65 ......00/1..35/... . ....80/1...60 .........35/. .50/.65 .. ......25 ..75 ...... ....49 . .30 . Unless specified: Si = .60/1.15/.13 .41 ....05 .05 .00 .95/3... ..35/.........24/.00 .35/. 8617 H 8620 H 8622 H 8625 H 8627 H 8630 H 86B30 Hb 8637 H 8640 H 8642 H 8645 H 86B45 Hb 8650 H 8655 H 8660 H 8720 H 8740 H ..00 ..45 ......25 ..65 .... Cu = .47/.15/...00 .35/.....39/.15/... .35/.75 ..20 ....75 ....05 ....00 ..25 ......35 .65 ...95 ..65 ..35/...60/1.....60/....35/.........65 ..25 .030 max (SAE J1268)....... .65 ...70 1...15 ..75 ...60/......... V ...60/.25 ....28 ..75 . ..15/...15 ...08/.60/1..49 .35/..65 ...00 .15/.....05 ....42/.35/.70/2......44 .25 .... . .20/..40 9260 H ....15 ........60/..15 ...........60/.....65 ..........35/.....70/1. ....65 .continued SAE No.................60/1.25 . ..15/......15/.65 Mo Other ....35/.14/...........15 .... .95 ..70/1...60/1.65 .33 .......15 ....54 ..00 ...65 . .........60/1.... .35 max....49 ...10/. ..... ...35...040 max..15/.....23 ..38 .35/...........17/.25/.20 ..06 max b B = ...15 .. .....35/..55/....14/..25/..25 .25 .. Mo = ..60/1....60/....00 ..15/...95 .33 ....40/.30 .... Cr = ......17/.... ..75 .70/1..........52 ..... ... P = ... .27/........35/.15/...60/1.35/......15/.65 ..70/1. ....25 ............17/.............30 ...70/1..25 ...19/...37/..05 ..60 ..37/.35/.... .54 ..95 .....15/..STANDARD H STEELS .37/..55/.65 ..35/..25 ...65 ..75 ... .75 .....70/1.47/.....50/....60/1......30/.35/.95 ..40/... ....45/..15/.34/.....65/1.....95 .27/....12/....05 .25 . ...35/....35/.65 .00 .35/.... ......10 ..

40/.15/.75/1...00/1..050 .70/.34/.25 ...40/.15/.....40/. ..40/.15/.040 .56/.35 ..050 ..08/...20 .50/1.17/..43 .70/....30 . .10 ..13/.25 .....43 ..75 ..38/.70 ..15/.10 ...25 max..33 ...050 .45 ..050 ....15/.15/.43 .25/1.75/1. ......65 .. ..38/...80/1.....70/.35 .40/.35 ...40/.15/.25/..90 .25/1...65 .50 1.17/.35 .050 .75 .35 .20 .15/.90 .90 ..17/.15/.28/.15/.90 . ..60 .15/.15/.... .35/.003 RESTRICTED HARDENABILITY STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges SAE No.. Mo = ..54/.10 ..040 .30/...30 ..025 max and the prefix E is added.25/.40/.35 ...15/..45/.050 ...15/...15/.20 1.24 .040 ...15/.35 ..70 .70/1.0/1.26 ...30 .35 .35 ..35 ..040 .35 ..0005 /.70 ..35 Ni Cr Unless specified: Cu = ..15/.80/1.60 .50 ..040 ..65/2.....34 ..30 ..040 .040 ...70 .70/..050 . ..00 .00 .40 .90 ...48 .35 ..21/...15/.050 .64 .06 max * B = ..65 ..33 .35 .22 .20/......39 .040 .. ..040 .15/.050 ... ... Cr = .60 ..35 max.15/.27/...25/1.15/. .00/1..040 .75/1..15/..80/1.....040 .35 ..53 ..70 .......00/1.60 ..15/.30 3.35 ...38/.35 ..15/..00/1.23 .......75 1.040 .15/.00 .40/.15/.20 1..40/.25 .60 .13 .60 ..15/.60 .10 .18/.23 ...15/.00/1.17/.50/...40/.....35 .35/. ..70/1.75/1.15/..50 1.25 . ........ ..35 ..15/.00 .20/.08/.80/1.80/1.. 3.25/3..35 ..33/..20/.56/...35 ....75 1.75/1.28/.08/.50/1...13 .35 ..45 .23 .18/.050 .35 .. ..050 ..040 .003 11 Mo ..39 .90 .15/..18/.60 .35 .. .0005/.. * B = ..15 ..35 ..50 1.STANDARD CARBON and CARBON BORON H STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.....60 ..70/.40/....75/1.70/..70/.60 .25 ..75 1.... .17/...... .15/....35 ...90 .35 ..15/....40/....35 .90 . ..00 1.00 ...80/1.35 .35 ......40 3..51 .43/.00 ..35 .42/..45/... ..00 .18/....70/....15/...20/.35 ..35 .08/..25 .25 .. .050 ..20/..15/.70/..31/.75 .. C Mn P Max S Max Si 1038 H 1045 H 1522 H 1524 H 1526 H 1541 H 15B21* 15B28H 15B30H 15B35H* 15B37H* 15B41H* 15B48H* 15B62H* ..43 ........67 .00/1.90 ...40/1.35 .. ..40/...25/3.65/2. .10 ..50 ...70/1.18/..20 max.20/.20/.050 ...60 For electric furnace steels P & S = .38 ...10 .. . Ni = ...90 ..90/1..00/3...45/.30/.70/.25/..15/.23 .15 .40/.22 .00 .20 .43/.40/......15/...23 ..25 ..35 ..00 .040 ...50 1.15/... .18/.....30 1..35 1...35 . 15B21RH* 15B35RH* 3310RH 4027RH 4118RH 4120RH 4130RH 4140RH 4145RH 4161RH 4320RH 4620RH 4820RH 50B40RH* 5130RH 5140RH 5160RH 8620RH 8622RH 8720RH 8822RH 9310RH C Mn Si .050 ...50 1..30 ..22 .15/..64 ..15/..

13 .70 .38 .20/1.60 max .040 .050 .050 .08/.80/.040 .13 .040 .040 .90 1.50/.21 .70 .040 .13 max .34/.00/1.24/.08/.75 .56 .90 .040 .65/.040 .15 .16 .08/.23 .00 .040 .18/.32/.55/.80/.10/1.13 max .90 1.40 .07/0.08/.23/.040 1518 1525 1536 1547 1551 1561 1572 .08/.050 12 .13 .13 max .42/.10 1.30/.33 .035 .23/.50 1.050 .29 .13/.040 .18/.00/1.50/.13 1211 1320 1345 .49 .80 .76 1.05 1.00 .35/1.FORMERLY STANDARD STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.70/1.08/.35/1.60/.13 .07/0.04/.040 .70/1.040 .60/.33 .040 .040 .10/.16/.90 .36 .48 .040 .040 .040 .85/1.27/.50/.48/.050 .050 .23 .65 .13 .13 .050 .07/.050 .040 .050 .24/.43/.23 .07 .16/.23 .040 .65/.20 .050 .00 1.050 1108 1109 1111 1112 1113 1114 1115 1116 1119 1120 1126 1132 1138 1139 1145 1151 .30/.43 .13/.30 .07/0.050 .040 .15 max .050 .65 .80/.040 .15/.30/.65 .050 .70/1.050 .13 .93 .80 .040 .35/.050 .35/1.70/1.040 .40/.70/1.43/.29 .00 1.08/.70/.12 .80/1.55 .65 .040 .040 .70/1.30 .70/1.10/1.70 .00 .50/.70/1.08/.40 .12 .65 .00 .14/.15 .20 .00 1.040 .040 .60/.50 .00/1.14/.80 .040 .11/.18 .40/.80 .040 .16 .12 .050 . C Mn P Max S Max 1009 1013 1033 1034 1037 1059 1062 1064 1069 1075 1084 1085 1086 .00 .12 .10/.70/1.40 1.050 .70/1.90 1.050 .94 .54/.60/.60/1.60/.040 .65 .040 .60/.10/.90 .08/.040 .13 .34 .55/.13 max .00 .51 .00 .08/.85/1.60/1.90 .75/1.040 .32/.050 .30 .20 .040 .13 .80 .37 .13 .50/.040 .93 .08/.040 .38 .45/.80 .15 .15 .

35 .......18 ...90/1..25/1.25 ..43 .........70/.........45 .90 ..60/................... ..10/1...60 . 3...75 3.10/......90/1....30/................55/.80 ...............70/........00 1.14 .............. ...60 ...............15/.28/...55/. .30/.. ..............50/2...... .......75 1. .....40/1... .43 ..17 ... ...... .10 ...90/1. .75 3.. ... ......90/1.50/2....20 .55/...95 1...30/.... .....13 ..60 ...........45/.. ..40/.........30/.40/1.. ......75/5.55 ..28/.. ....60/.70/.......70/.....25 .30 . C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other 2317 2330 2340 2345 2512 2515 2517 ...75 .. ...45/.60 ...80 ........33 ..70/....90 ...25 ....40/. .....75/5. ....... ..40 ..20 .. ....20 . ...70/....... .60 ...33/....25 .....00 ...30/.........50/2.....63/.60 ..................65 . .....25/3.........35/...14/......35/.......00 1...30/..20/...75 1.75 3.. . ..25 4........60/.....15/..... ..75 ...... ...45 .......90 ..... ..20/.40 1.67 ......60/. .50/.......25 .43/................. ...40/.....75 .40 1.. .. .. .30 ....30 ...........00 1.09/..90 ......70/.60 ..25 2..60 .......00 1... . .........60/..90/1.25/.... .....30 .75 3...........70/......70/. ....28 ..64 ..15/..70/.56/.20/.00 1.70/....60 ...............60/...75 ..60/.....15/.70/...90 ............75 1... ...25/3.20/.80/1. .00 3...75/1...25/3..00 . .75 1........22 ....60/..90 ..30/.......48/.........30 ....30/... ....30/.............. 3115 3120 3130 3135 3140 3140 3145 3150 3215 3220 3230 3240 3245 3250 3310 3311 3312 3316 3325 3335 3340 3415 3435 3450 .60 ....40/.00 .20 ..60 ...10/1.75 4..90 ..55/..90/1.20/.70/........25/3....... . ....... 4012 4024† 4032 4042 4053 4063 4068 4119 4125 4135 4161 4317 4337 ... † S = ..25/3....10/........60 .22 .. .33 .40 1......75/1.20/......45/.........40/1.90 . .50 ..25/1....75/3....30/....40 1...23/.40 1......90 .80 ..65/2.......08/...... .. ....75 3....50 13 .48 ......25/3... ..30/......50/2.20/.75 3....08/..43/...25/. .56 ..75/1.20/.30/.30/... ...75 1..19 .......... .30 .75 .......35 .... .75/1.60 ...75/3.....15/........00 ........ ..45 ....60 ....20/. ....30/..........95 .90 .. ..................90 ..............17/.........70/.....90 ...035/...... ...30/..60 ..40/..... ..25 ..... ... ..... ....45/....10/1....75 .75/5.38/..40/....38 ... ...25 ..60 ..00 .....25 .........13 ...45/.. .... .............53 .30/1. ...... ........10/1....... ........... ..75 3....40/.....20 .......17/.30 .......continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No.25 2...75 3.43 ... ....33/..00 . .......65/2.......30 .60 ..60 .38 ..90 ........16 ...........30 .40/.. ..40 .60 1.40 1..10/... .38/..25 4.........40 1...75 3....35/...60 ...25/3.... 1..25 1..30 ...55 ........ ..............25/3....70 ... ..13/.........FORMERLY STANDARD STEELS ..... .....75/1...25/3.20/......... ...09/.... .......90 . .............38/........10/1. ....40 ..60 ....10/1.90 ....14 .30 .....45/...30/.... ..20/...70/....55/..... ...70/.....60 .....35 ........70/....10/1. ............80 .75 2.75/3.. .60 ... ...15 max ... . ... .. ...... ...25/3..25/3...25/1..25 .....50/2.60 ..45/. ...48 ..........20/.. ...45/..25 .....95 .90 ...50/2.. ...00 1..12/.. .........50 ...10/1.. ..90 .40 1...80 ..60/....... .

. ...00 ..15 .....00 ...05 ....70 ... ...35/... ..22 ........ ...70/...10 ......60 . .20/..75 ...50/....23 ...........50/....00 1...30/..80 ....45 ..48 .25 ....43/...11 .....46/.20 ...24/.. ....... .... ........... .0005/. ...................80/1.. ........ ........00 ...10/............ ............60 .....30 . .............60/.....20/....65/2.....45/..90 ..90 .....60/1.. .90/1... ...75/1... . ....30 ................... ..48 ......... .43/.......20 3...42/.......... ............... .......... ....17/.25/3......70/..35 .75 3....90 .......20/...........20 ......80/1. ...21 .............45/.33/..... ..40/........... .00 1...20/...45 ..35 ...20/.. .90 ..20 .70 .......60/....65 .30 ..........00 .80/1.....00 ....20/.........55 ....... ..18 ........70/.13/.......45/..90 ...90 .....18/...00 ........17 .................15 ......80/1..........29 ...30 ..80/1..continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No......70/..........30 .....48 ... ....FORMERLY STANDARD STEELS .........15/............90 ... ......38/..56/.20/...75/1..15/.....40/.51/...............45/. ...........23 .....40 ...........65/2.25/3..40/..48 .45 .......15 min ..15 min 71360 71660 7260 ...... C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other 4419 4419H 4422 4427 4608 46B12* 4615 4617 4620 4621 4621H 4626 4640 4718 4812 4817 .. 12.70/....23 ..30/... ........18 ..00 1........ .. ........ ...... .20 ...90 ......43/.25 ........00 ...............90 ....56/........ .......25 .. ....40/...30 .30 ....90 . .. .23 ... .....15/....70 ..90 .......70 ...70/...55/.....40/..16/...35/.70 ..15 min .......21 ...............70/.. ....15 min ..... ..........00/4. .10 .70/.00/4......45/..............00 ........50/1..... .........90 .....60 ...20/....75/1.90 ..50/2...........64 .00 1...45/.65 ....... ..38 ......60 ...55 ...35/......... .. .06/. ...30/.30 ...... ........70/..64 .70/. .....60 .....45 ....25/. ...............15 min . .....43/. ..00 .. ..10 ....75/1........... .....75/1.....80/1... ... .. .. .......70/.20 .......18/.......00 1...70/............16/.. .. ..70/..65/2..... .49 ......40/.25/.........51 ........15/...60/........90 ...20/...10 . ....10 ..75/1.......... ..29 .. 5015 50B40* 50B44* 5045 5046 50B50* 5060 50B60* 5115 5117 5135 5145 5145H 5147 5152 5155 50100 ..24/... .70/........ .65 ...90/1........10/..23 ... ..30 max ............45/. .70/..65/2.... .....90 ..17/.... .20/....70/..60 .......48 ..90 .60/1..15 min ..........60 . 1.40/.30 .. .........13/.... ..............60/1...90 .10 min ...50/....35/.....40/1.53 ..65 ....... ........ .....10 ...30 max 3...00 ........ ...............43 . .....90 .......60/..30 max 3. .. ........ ...20/.... ..90/1................15/. ...... ..00 W * B = .85/1..60 .50/.20/...............70/.48/..50 ..25/.. ....45 .....00 ........ .... 15...00 . 6115 6117 6118 6120 6125 6130 6135 6140 6145 6195 ..... ....20 ...30 .00 . ..... ... .. .........40 .............20/........ ...10 min ....00/18...15 ...10/..... V .............. .003 14 .15 ...17/....65 . ..15 min .............15/.30/.10/..... ...10 ...80/1..55/2...12/...... 1.....18/.........50/..................43 .....95 ..50 ....38/.......50/.........90 .....43/... .60 ...05 .00 ....35/....70 ......90 .90 .60/.....60 .00 .....60 .65/2.70/...90 .48/.....10 .... ....65/2....80 ...70/...75 ............70/.98/1...45 .70/1..............30/.60/.....59 .75 ..........80/1..00/15........75 1........... .00 1..00 .. ... ...90 ....... .... . . .40/..... . ..

......40/.08/...15/.30/.70/.70/.40/...30 ..30 ..20/.08/.38/.15/.40/. . .00 1..00 ..60 ...15 .00 ....45/...75/1......FORMERLY STANDARD STEELS .00 .60 .85/1.....55 ..... ... . .90 ...50/...20 ... ......00 ...03 min * B = .00/1..10/...30 ......75/1.30 ....40/...70 .25/.00/3.56 .......60/.80 .43 .15/.43/....40/.75/1....43 .15/.. .00 .75/1.45 ..38/....60 ..30/..... .70 .38/.....75/1......45/.30/.60 ..10/.10/.15 ....25 ...59 ...40/... .80 ....65 ..... ..50 .50 3..00 .00 .....28/.40/...00 .13 ..60 ..60/..08/..08/.....15/..30 ...25 ..50 ..75/1.....15 .59 .50/.....15/.40/.40/..45/..15 .75/1... .75/1.00/3......003 † S = ....30/..75/1.........08/..75/1.15/..08/. ...23 .. .90 ....08/.40/.40/.10/...30/.50/.40/..60 .50 ....00 ....35/..51/.50 .60 ..25 ......70 .25 ......70 ....90 .. . .70/..40/.....40/.60 .30/...40/.13/.48 .......40/.....15 ....15/. ...20/.20/..30/.48 ..30/.75/1....40/.. ....43 .30 .15 .40/....20/.90 .80 . ..25 ......15 . ...40/.70/...60 .40/..48 .....75/1. .00 .50 ..70 ....40/.....40 .13/.25 .00/1.30/.90/1......30 .25 ...35 ...18 .70 .70 .60 ... C Mn Cr Ni Mo Other 8115 81B45* 8625 8627 8632 8635 8641† 8642 86B45* 8647 8650 8653 8655 8660 8715 8717 8719 8735 8740 8742 8745 8750 ....20 .30 .15 ..40/. .75/1..60 .95 ..90/1..40/.65/2..90/1.....40/.....90 .90/1...38 .60 .75/1... ...20/......60 ....55/..60/..45 .......43 ..25 .25 ..40/.25 ..0005/...03 min ..70/.85/1.70/..60 ..64 ..35/..08/..70 .08/.....20 .... .08/.....40 1.48/.....08/...60 .60 .15/.00 . ..........38 .30 ..40/....70 ..00 ...30/.60 ...45/.40/. ...48/...80 .40/.20/..15/.20/.25 .50 .50 .90 .. ............04/.65/2.59 .30 ........ ..00 ..00 ...40/.60 .08/...45/....40/.15 .... ..25 .55/.15/..30/..33/.65 ... .....48 .25 .90 ..30 .65 ..... V ..30 ....40/..40 ......15 .90 ..70 .51/..70 ... ......20 .53 .....43/. .. .15 1...00 .38/..60 . 3.80 .. .70 .70 ...45/...28 .....40/...40/.00 .70/.70 . .43/..70/. .....20/1....50 3..60 ..00 .15/.67 . ..15 . ..70/.70 ...55 ..08/...80 .30/..08/......00 .40/.60 1 2 Si = 1...20/.75/1.....60/.....15/..40/.50 .90 .20/......30/.75/1.....00 ....50 .43/.......53 ..40 .....70/..30/...40/.70 .....08/..40/..15 .. .....15 ...48/..continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits SAE No...13/.... ..20 Si = 1..90 .50 ...70 . ..60 ....33 ..18 ..50 .30/...20/.30/.15/..30/............18/...45/.15 . .40/..25/.......18 ...90/1...00 ....48 ...15/.00 ..70 ..20 .75/1.20 .23/..60 ..30/...40 1... ..00 .65 .30/....25 ....70 ....60 ....50 . ..... .15 .50 .... .33/.15/.. .70 .70/..25 ....60 .15 .90 .40/.70/..53 .25 .75/1.15 . .40/.65 .20 .56/.20/.75/1.60 .20 ... .08/.90 .70 ..80/2.. .38/.75/1....40/...00/3.40/..40/.40/...... 92501 92542 92551 92611 92621 9310 9315 9317 94B15 94B17 94B30* 9437 9440 94B40* 9442 9445 9447 9747 9763 9840 9845 9850 438V12* 438V14* .60 ...40 1....40/............00 .15/.20/.75/1..43 .00/1....08/..30/..13 ..20/.85/1.18 .60 ......13/..45/..60 .... .65 ....45 ....43/...70 ....60 ..30 .25 .51/..60 .60/....90 ..20/.50/.40/.70/...40 .15 .. .....75/1.60 15 . .60 .

.70/1.75 1.40/1.70 .65/2...08/.00 .25/3...13 ....95/1.30/1..025 .60/1... ..35 max unless specified 1 Al = ....15/..19 .40/.65/2.00 .020 max Al = ..70/.20/.60 .35 ...35 P & S = .25/1.20/.35 1.95/1. Aircraft Quality Steels Except Where Indicated Cu = .20/.43 ...43 .70 ....90 P Max S Max Si Cr Ni Mo ..13 .40/.. . 6415 E4340 6382 638740 6280 6470 637 6418 6250 .48/.. ..45/...28/..15/.06 max .25 max ..025 .35 ...45 ..90 .025 .20/....75/1.35 ....40/..025 ...35 .025 ..85 1.33 .35 ..025 ...00/1.23/.75/1. ..35 .25 .28/.40/....35/.00 .025 max if Basic Electric Furnace Steel is specified 4 V = ..35 ..45/.60 .25/1.50 .70/...60 .025 ..SELECTED MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits MIL 16 S-5000 S-507831 S-5626 S-6049 S-6050 S-67092 S-6758 S-71083 S-7393 S-7420 S-85034 Solid or Tube S S S S S S S S S S S S S Nearest Equivalent C Mn .00 3..75 1.70 .015 ..25/4.025 ..50/.20/.14/.20 max ... 1...40 .15 min 2 3 * Timken Company mill type AMS SAE No. 4130 4625M4* 3310 3316 9310 52100 6150 .40 ...75/1.38/..60 .025 ...... 6440 6448 4140 8630 .15 .43 .40 max..80/1...015 .20/.30 .90 .53 ...025 .025 .43 .10 ..40/.38/..025 .90 .00/1..20/..60 ..50 ....25 max 1.07/....38/.40 1.60 1.10 .....70 .30/1.38/..00/3.80 ..25 ..25 max .025 ......75 3.35 ... .15/.20/1.33 .20/.20/.. .28 1.. .35 .40/..035 .80/1....00 .08/.00 3.025 ..040 ..30 .20/....025 ..025 .25 .65/.025 .25/..040 .....20 1.15/..70 .040 .025 .025 ...70/..20/.10 ..45 ...025 ....15 1.30/.20/..

..95/1. ..28/. 4142M3V2* .20/.00 ..15/..15 .40/...38/..00 .20/.70 .40/..40/.010 ....48/.025 ..35 .30 6 7 Cr Ni Mo AMS * Timken Company mill type SAE No.. ..15 ..30 ..35 .00 .22/. 4150 .60/... 4340 ....90 .....35 ..33 ..20/.85/1.015 max if consumable vacuum melted steel is specified V = ..90 .. .35 .020 .90 .80 ..65/2. 41R50 ... ...25 ...20/...09 ...47/.43 ..040 ....040 .8 S-460478 S S S S ....90 ....25 .50 .75/.....60 ...00 .........45/1.....75/1.00 ..30 ..10 .SELECTED MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS ...25 ..05/...35 ..20/...05/.35 max unless specified 5 P & S = ..45 ...23 . 6274 8620 6300 4037 6427 4330M4V1* 6342 9840 ...34/.20/....025 ...41 .040 .35/.20/...20/..43 ... ..80/1.20/.....00 ...60/1.. .040 .75/1.90 ......040 ....040 ....70/1...010 .38/...95 .70/...040 ........70 .....20/... Aircraft Quality Steels Except Where Indicated Cu = ....41/.10 Al = .65/2...35/.25 .....45 MIL 5 Nearest Equivalent Mn 17 P Max S Max Si ..00 1.....15 1...30 max .. .15/.025 ..55/...95 ...28 S-115957 S-115957 S-115957..010 ...90 .00 .00 .40 .040 ....70/...... 1025 ....35 ...20/.15/....continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Solid or Tube C S-8690 S-86953 S-86993.040 ...80/1.65/.20/..025 .. . .010 ..35 1.. 1.30/.55 ...65/2..040 .49 .70/.70/....60 ...6 S-8707 S-8844-1 S-8844-36 T-5066 S S S S S or T S or T T 18/......040 max 8 V = .35 .65/.30/.55 ..80/1..80/1.35 ...025 .70/1. 300M ....15/.45 ....38/..040 ..30 .

..40/.06 max ......40/.25/1. 3310 9310 9315 9317 9310 43BV12 8615 8617 8620 94B17 8630 8630 8735 4615 4617 4620 4320 4037 P & S = ..15/.65/2..15/........08 ..70 .20 max 3.15/.40/..95 .20/..75/1.040 max 2 .35 .20/...15/...13 .40/.001 max B = .. ...35 .35 ....17/.....17 .40/.15 .28/.03/.28/.60 ..15/.30 ...40/..90 .00/1.33 .15/.65 ..025 max.70/.15/.. ...75 .70/1.20 max ..70 .07/.40 1. ...60 .35/.55/2..35 ...90 ..15/.15/....35 .30 .35 max unless specified 1 3 B = .. Cu = .20 max .00/1.35/.40/.33/..35 .25/3.15 .00/1...40/.30 ..15/.15/.50 1.30 ..07/.90 .....20/.15/...40/.07/..00 1...70 .15/. ..25 ..15 .......35 .35 .35/.13 .50 3....23 ..00/1.75 1.......17 ...35 .00/3..25 ...70/. ..70 ..20 .70 .35 ..20 .33 .. ..........40/. .20/....65 .14/.70 .11/.13 .11/..15/..70/.17/..00 ......13 .....40/.35/..75 3.15/.30/..SELECTED AMS ALLOY STEEL SPECIFICATIONS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 18 AMS Number C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo V Other Designations 6250 62601 6263 6264 62652 62663 6270 6272 6274 62753 6280 6281 6282 6290 6292 6294 6299 63004 .15/..65/2..38 ...15 ..35 ...60/.08/..40/..35 1.20/.11/...75/1...40/..70 ..08/.015 max P & S = .50 ..15/..60 .00 ...35 ....60 ..15/.25 max .15 .20 ....30 ...45/.45/.25 ..........00 .08/.15/.60 ..00/3.22 .30 ...25 .00 .65 ...17/.20/.00/3....70/1..50 3...00 .08/.40/.20/...50 3.65/2.65 .23 ...40/.. .35 ..25 ..35 .30 .65 ..70 1.. .......15/..70 ....20 .00 . ...15/.15/.40/..70 .. . ..08/.70 .40 .0005/.15/. ..40 1. ..30/.15/.005 3 P & S = . ..00/3.00 1...08/.....20/.....40/.60 .. ....40 ..00 .75/1.20 max ..17 ...40 1.15/..40 .35 ..00 1...35 .65/2.45/...60 ....

.35 . 1.40/....28/..025 max. P & S = .30 ...33 .15/..43 ...30 ..35 ..65/2..00 ... ..40/..70 .25 max .65/2....35 .27/...30 ..55 .85/1.00 .35 .20/....50 1.15/.30 ...00 .28/.75/1.40/. ...85 .38/...33/.20/.30 ..80/1.35/.40/.50 . S = ..60 . .35 .60 ..00 .35 ..40/.38/.30 .20/.25 .70/...90 . .90 ...35 .25/.55 .15/.55/.60 .......15 .60/...35 .38/...38 .40/..85 .70/.20/.15/....25 max...38/.40/.35 max unless specified 5 Cu = .....15/. ..25 max .10 .80/1.33 ..00/1.75/1.. ..15/.43 .43 .40/.50 max 6 B = ..43 ..70 .... ...20/.45/..55/.75/1.85/2.10 ....15/.35 .70 .10 ..38/.55/.60 .15 ..90 ..15/.008 max * Special Aircraft Quality Other Designations 17-22-AS® 17-22-AV® 4640 8735 81B40 8740 8740 8740 Mod 8750 9840 4130 4135 4140 4140 HS220-07 4340* .43 ..08/.20/..25 ..75 .15/...70 .005 7 P = . .60 .30 ..0005/.55/..38 .43 . Cu = ..50 max.SELECTED AMS ALLOY STEEL SPECIFICATIONS ..60 .60/.65 ..65 .25 ..30 .00 .80/1..15/..75 .40 .33 .43 ......20 max ...40/..015 max.30/.50 ...35 .25 max .....35 .53 ..75/1...35 1.80 ...38/......45/.38/.00 ..75/1..20/..10 .15/..38/...35 .70 .15/..60/.. .00 ..35 .80/1.15/.00 .00/1.00 .20/..75/1..25/.....60 ..43 .15/.25 max 1..33/..10 1....40/.80 .70 ..70/......48/..40/.. .35 .15/.40/.20/.20/.90 .75/1.00/1...65/....75 ... ..95 .90 .25 ...35 ..15/.70/.... ..25 1..15/.30 ..40/.40/.30 .25 max. ...43 ....80/1.38/.continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 19 AMS Number C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo V 6302 63035 6304 6312 6320 63216 6322 6323 6324 6328 6342 6371 6372 6381 6382 6407 64097 .. .75/.75/1..15/..00 .

15/..70/.15/.....53 .05/.80 .90 .45 ..15/..85 .50/.50 .60 ...98/1.continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 20 AMS Number C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo V 6412 64148 6415 6418 64199 642110 642210 6427 6428 64308 64319 6440 64448 64458 6448 .90/1...00 1.15/. Cu = ..30 .25 max .15/..28/..0005/...85 .75/1.60 .23 . ..70/. .15/.... .30/1.30/1.28 ..00 .70/.40 ..00 ..25 max .10 max ...65/2...35 1.40/.70 ..45/..30 .08 max ..90 .95 .35/.25/....20/1.60/..35 ..00 1.38/.43 . .90/1.00 .10 ..65/2.70 .60/.20/.38 .65/2..65/.90 ...45 .25 max .60/.90 .65/..SELECTED AMS ALLOY STEEL SPECIFICATIONS ..00 1.60/.20 1.90/1.95/1.00 1.70/..60 1.20/.10 .70/1..65/2..20/.17/. ..38 ....35/.17/.10 ... ..08 max .35 max unless specified 8 P & S = .25 max .65/..06 max .15/.35 .30/.43 .06 .30/....15 ..70/1.70/.65/.45/1.00 .35 .65/..25 .70 1.10 1.35 ..15/.90 .32/.35/.85 1..45 ...15/.23 ....33 ..35 .48/..90 .25/...25 .15 .05/.010 max 10 B = .90 .90 .30/1...005 Other Designations 4337 CV4340 4340 4625M4 300M 98B37 Mod 98B40 Mod 4330M4V1 4335M4V2 D6-AC 52100 CV52100 51100 6150 ...08/..01/..23/.80 ....00 1..25 .00 1..92/1.50 ..60/..65/2.43 .00 1.40 .15/..90 ..70/..38/.10 .85 ..90 .65/2.40/..15/. .70/.025 max.15/.....32/.90 .75/1.40/. ...65/2.98/1.015 max 9 P & S = ..40 .50 .50 .80/1...02 .35 ...40 .35 ..00 .65/.38/.45 ..35 .40 ..15/.15/.90 .10 .30 P & S = ...35/..35 .30 ..20/.30 .65/2.30/.

..43 .38/....26 .40 .95/1..30 ..80 .30 .40 1.00/1.30 1.40 .80 1..95/1.40 .30/.10/1..20/.95/1.80 1.43 .15/...75 .20/...70 .NITRIDING STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 21 AMS Number C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo Al 6470 6471 6472* 6475 ..30/.80 1.30/..80 .30 .25 max ..40/1.21/...20/.43 .20/.40/1.40 .40 . .50/. S = .040 max Other Designations 135M or #3 Nit #3 N .40 .70 ...40/1.38/. 3.25 .035 max.40 * P = .50/..25/3.50/...50/..38/.

...040 .04/..030 .00 7..75 2... ...50/13..00 2..00/20.00 2..75 2.045 .00 18.... reported only when intentionally added.030 16.00 2..00 22..00 8.00/18.045 .00 ....00 8.00 2.00 18.00/15..035 ......030 .040 .... .00 24.00 8..00/21....00 Mo=2.030 ...5 1.00 .00 2.15 .00/14..60 max* ..00/6.00 1.50 4.030 .00/13.00 1. 3.030 ... Mo=2...00 18..25 max .... Mo = . ...200 .15 max .00 2.00 Mo=2.. ....00 2...00/18.00 6...50/5.045 ...00 19.045 .08 . Zr..00 2..00/11. . .00 2.50 8..00/3... ..00 1.00/19.040 .00 19.045 .00/3.00/20. ..00 16.00 Mo=2...00 1...00/22.00 1..00 19.00 17..00 2.00/20...045 ..045 .15 min ...00/3.00 17.25 ...00/26..0 1...00 1. .00/14.030 .03 ..00/12.15 max .5/10.00 10...00 .035 .....00/26..00/11...00 2..50 2...10 .00/22.00 N = 0.030 .08 .045 .00 1.00/10.040 ..045 .030 ..00 8...00/19...AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 22 Type Number C Max 201 202 301 302 302B 303 304 TP304 304L TP304L TP304H 305 308 309 310 TP310 314 316 TP316 316L TP316L TP316H .. .00/3..040 .030 ....00 Mo=2.030 .15 max ..030 ..00/19..75 2.00 11...00 12..00 19......030 .00 10..00 .00/24.040 .03 .00 1....030 ...00 24.......00 1..00/14.030 .00/20.04/...060 ..00/15...75 2..00/14....00 11.. P Max S Max Cr Ni Others ..25 .00/26...08 max ..00 ...030 ..00/10..00/12..50/3..00/3..030 .00 18...12 .00 17..00/8. ..00/20.00 8..00 2...030 .20 .00/18.00 1....00 17..00 1.030 .15 max ....045 .08 ....00 10.00 1......00 18.00/18.00 23.10 Mn Max Si Max 5.00 16..030 ..00 16.00/10.15 max .00 10...00/18.00/3..75 2.00 ....00 2.00 .040 .00/22...060 ...00/18...25 max N = 0...00 17.00 16.00 10..00/19.00 .75 2.75 * At producers option.00 .030 .5/7.08 .045 .00/10.045 .00 8.00 16.00 2. .00/19.15 max ...00 8..

H = Grades for high temperature service..04/.50/13.00/17.00 1.030 17..00 .030 .08 2.030 17.00 11..00 2.030 17.75 .08 .040 .00/20.00 TP347H .030 17..00 max Cb + Ta= 8 x C min Ta=.00 14..00/13.75 .030 .00 .045 .00 9.030 ..00 17.040 ..00 9.00 2.continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 23 Type Number C Max Mn Max Si Max P Max S Max Cr Ni Others TP317 321 TP321 .00/13..00/16..10 2. TP = Tubular Products .045 .00/13.040 .00 1.10 max Cb + Ta=1.00/14.10 max Cb + Ta=10 x C min Cb + Ta= 1.00 TP348 .08 2.00 2.00/20..030 15..00/19.00/13..00 Ti = 5 x C min.00/20..00 .00 17.00 max Cb + Ta=10 x C min Ta=.08 2.00/13.00 11.08 ..00/19.00/20...00/20.00/19. .04/..040 ..040 .040 .00 max Cb + Ta=8 x C min =1.50 17.00/12.75 1.00 9.00 348 .030 .75 .045 .00 2.00/13.00/20.10 .75 1.00/4. .00 ...00 .00 2..030 .00 1.00 384 385 .00/13.00 Ti = 4 x C min.045 .00 .00 max .00 9.00 9.00/13.00 .00/19.75 .00 TP348H .00 . .045 .AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS ..60 max TP321H 347 TP347 .00 9.60 max Cb +Ta=10 x C min Cb + Ta=10 x C min =1.08 .08 2.030 18.. .00/20..030 17.75 .00 17.00 Mo=3..04/.00 .00 9.00 9.00 9..08 .08 2.60 max Ti = 5 x C min.040 .10 2.00 17.

65 Prefix TP denotes tubular products....060 .65 Mo=. 1.00 1.030 ... B and C denote differing carbon ranges for the same grade..00/18..15 ..00 ........040 ..00/17...75/....08 ..50/13.50 11.50 1..00/23. .040 .....00 1.75 .030 11...00 1....60/....00 1..040 .00 12. Suffixes A.50/13....40/..20 .12 .00 1.50 max 1...00 1.15 .030 . *At producer’s option...50 11. ...00 1.......25 Mo=..030 ...030 .030 .00 1.....00/18.00/18.75 1.10 .30 ........00 16...00 ... ..040 ..030 .50/13...00 1.25/2...030 ..60 max* .00 18.030 .75 max Mo=... .. .25 1.......040 .75 1...15 Over .........00 1..00 1. . .00 11.30 AI=..00 1.040 .10 1.150 min . .60 max* .50/13. ........ F denotes a free machining grade..00 ......00/14... 15.030 ... Mo=.00 12.....060 .00 1.00/18...040 ...040 ..50 ..50 ..50 11.50/13..00 ..00 16..030 ...25/2.12 .00 .030 .15 ..00 4.00 1...75 max Cu =. ...50/14. .. Mo= .....030 ....00 1... .00 1... Mo= .....08 .00/14.. ..00 16..95 ...00 ...00 16....030 .00 1. Zr..90/1..95/1.75 max Mo=......25 1...040 ..00 1..10/......00 1..15 ..040 .......50 max ....50 11.040 ....030 .040 ...00 1.20 Over ..CHROMIUM STAINLESS STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Type Number 24 403 405 TP405 410 TP410 414 416 420 TP420 430 430F 431 440A 440B 440C TP443 501 502 C Max Mn Max Si Max P Max S Max Cr Ni Others ....50 12.030 .15 Over .....040 .030 ... Turbine Quality AI=. .............00 4..20 .15 ...00 .. ..150 min .00 .00 1....10/........75 1..50 max ...... reported only when intentionally added.....40/....040 .......75 1...50 max ....040 .00/ 6...00 1...00/14.00 1.00/ 6.

05/.00 ....60 .06 .. .25 max ...15 . .05/...60 ....00 ..30 max .50 .44/.65 ...... .05/...10/..06/.30/..00 .10 ....10/..08 max See current ASTM specifications for P & S limitations.44/.80/1.. ..44/..45/.90/2.10/..07.. N = .40 max .65 . † These grades also included in ASTM Specifications A213 and A335...00 .18/.44/... Al = ......65 ..50 max ......08/...44/.........00/1.25/1..27/. ..45/..10 min .. ...85 4.15 max ..40 max .30/..15 ....15/2. Mo.... ...50 max ..40 max .. ..50/1.80 .15 max ......65 ..25 .....80/ 1... .60 ..00/1..04 max .50/1.87/1.25 max ...05 ..SELECTED ASTM SPECIFICATIONS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits ASTM Number A106* A182 25 A192 A200 A209 Grade C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo V A B C F11 F12 A T4 T5† T7† T9† T11† T21† T22† T91** T1 T1b ..65 ..80 ...10 min .15 max ...63 ..25 ...... ...15 .80 ..10/.....18 .40 max .14 max .65 ..30/.....00/6.40 max .....10/.10.15 .15 max ....50 .60 .90/1.... .40 max 1. V and Cu must not exceed 1% ** Cb = .65 ..30/.....85/1.00 ......00 6.35 max ....30/...60 .........20 .30/....35 1.50 max . .60 .20 .06 .27/. * The combined elements of Cr....40 max ...13 ...10 min .00 1.. Ni...30/...06/...60 . ....30/.06 .50 .60 ..30/.03/..00 .20 .93 ....50/1.. 2.08 max ..20/..80 ..... ...10/.30/.50 2.00/8...65/3..00/10.08 max ...29/1.15 max ..30/.50 .30/..12 .00/9.00 8..65 .50/1.05/.44/.60 8.60 .29/1...15 max . .

. ...00 max 2.10 .00/18..........05/.......10 .. .00/20.29/1.27 max ....10 ..75 max .... ..00 17..10 min 1.....00 max 2....00/6..continued Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits ASTM Number A210 A213 26 Grade C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo A1 C T5b T5c T12 TP304H‡ TP310H‡ TP316H‡ TP321H‡ TP347H‡ TP348 ..50 max ...00 .00/13..00 max 2....00 9.....00 max 2........00 max ... .SELECTED ASTM SPECIFICATIONS ..00/2. Ta=......00/14.70 max Ti = 4 x C min.00/22... 8..75 max ... .15.00 16...44/....65 ..00 11...00/20.00 max 2. 2.....04/..06 ........ ...60 30/..25 18........00/13.00 4....00 19.75 max . See current ASTM specifications for P & S limitations ‡ These grades also included in ASTM Specifications A312 and A376....00 24.00/6.. 04/....04/. ..........75 max ..10 .60 ...30/.1..00/3.00 ...65 .12 max ..04/..04/.75 max ..30/..... ..15 max ...61 2.00 17.60 max Cb + Ta=8 x C min.......00/20.00 .00/13..10 min ..00 max Cb + Ta=10 x C min.50 max ... .35 max .10 ..00/26..65 . .00 9.75 max .00 9..80/1.08 max .93 max . 4..00/11...10 max Cb + Ta=1..45/......00 ...00 ...00 max ...... .00 17. Others Ti = 4 x C min...00/20....45/. .

40/.00/3..00 1.20/....50 .25 Max . B .80/1.. .00 Mo .04/..25/.28 Mn .20/.. Cr .65 .25/.015 max..15/.90 .33 ..30 Cr ......70 .27 Mn 1.50 Ni .15/...33 .70/.30/...23/....55/2.25 max..20/1.90 ..02/.30 ..02/..02/..90/1.....40 ... 1...40/ .55 ...70/.02/.00/1.40 . ..30/ ........80 .60 1.30 V .75 .05 .00/1.. S = .....25/... Mo ..60 ..15 Max .75/...30 ......40/ ...27/...60/ ..85 ...005 max TIMKEN® WELDABLE HIGH STRENGTH STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Type WHS 100™ WHS 130™ C .40/..20/.03/.17/.00/1..20 .....20/..90/1.25/..15/.33 ..00/1.. ..90 ..35 1.50/. ...TIMKEN® TUBULAR HOLLOW DRILL STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Type TDS-10® TDS-30® TDS-50® TDS-70® TDS-90® C ..70 ...10 ...60/.40/..35/.....31 .45/ ...72/...75 Cb .33 ...80 .25 .......05 .70 1..75 .... ......08 P = .30 Cr ....22 ..05 .35 ..08 ..33 Mn .90 Ni ... Mo ..30 .13/.25 .20/.65/2.25/....003 added .85 ...25/.60/..60 Si .40 3..20 1..50 I. .25/.60/ .... ..33 . .21 .90/2.15/.30 ....90/1....15/.85/2.60 TIMKEN® OIL COUNTRY STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 27 Type 4130M-5 4130M-6 4130M-7 4130M-8 4130M-9 C ...65/.....05 Other V = ..80 TM = Trademark of The Timken Company Si ...40/.. ....50 1..60/...70 Si ..35 ........45/.20 Ni ...65/.....

.20 .00 .15/.65/.40 .65/2.33 .10/.10 1. ..20 .65/2.41 .80 .36/..32/..36/.80 .TIMKEN® HIGH STRENGTH STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Type C Mn Si Cr Ni Mo V HS-220-07 HS-220-18 HS-220-27 HS-220-28 HS-220-30 HS-250 HS-260 .23 .11 . .20/1....60/.70..90 .25 ..35 1.05/.40/.35 .00/1.30/1..35.16/. .10 ..23 .50/..025/..030/.50 .26/.30/1.45 .23/.00 1.20/1.50/.60/.17/.27/..35/.08/..18 .70 1.050 S = ..38 .85/2.. and Cu=0. Si=0. .50 1.12 ..75/1. Si=.30/1.50 1.13/.05/.15/.20/1.40 .35 .30 .37/.50 .20 .40/1.50 .40 .045 Max.06/.57 1.36/.035 Unless specified: P= 0.23 .60 .31/.22 . Cr=0..60/.018 S=.012/.00 ...40/..00/1.050 S=.70 1..16/.00/1.50 S = .00 1.. 28 TIMKEN® MICROALLOY STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits Type C Mn V Other MicroTec 2W65 MicroTec 2W70 MicroTec 2W75 MicroTec 3W75 MicroTec 3M80A MicroTec 3M85 MicroTec4M85 MicroTec 4M90A MicroTec 4M95 MicroTec 5H90 .30/.35/..90 .55 .050 S=.40 .65/2.60 .15/0.35/..14 .10/1.90 .10 .10 .70 1.050.33 ..38/.40 ..65/.30 .30 1.07/.70/1.60 1.40/.65/2.00 1. Mo=0.80 1. N = ..30 .20 S=.20/.025/.30/.70 ..16/.65/.. S=0..80/1.50 .85/2.25 1.....52/.38 .35/.28/..10/.75/1.40 .040 max.. Ni=0..30 .17/...70/1.06 max.33 .00 1.44 .00 .030 max.030/.30/1....30/..25 max.40 1.33/.. Si = .20 max..18 .90 .28/.30/.43 .60/..30 1.10/.30/1.08/..04/.00 .40 1..35 max.030/.

00/1.44/.33 .00 8.60 .28/.15 max .00/1.60 .60 4.60 .75 1.30/.40 max.10/.70/1..030 .00 .70 max *** Ni =.85/1.00/9...45/.020 ..30/.10/..10.65 .50 max .48 ..09/1..00/6. 6302 6303 Type ® 17-22-A 17-22-AS® 17-22-AV® TIMKEN® TUBING FOR POLYETHYLENE PRODUCTION Chemical Composition Ranges Type C Mn Cr Ni Mo 4333M4 4333M6 .50 .25 1.55/...90 ..50 1.50/.13 ..30/. 22 5 5c 5b .....06/.50 max .00/6..08/...00/1.15 max .045 .30/.45/.030 .25/.10 ..65/2.15 max .00/1.00 4..60/..30/.00 ..90/2.60 .20/.65 .030 ..40/.30/...50 ....60 .. Al =.80/1.12 max .030 . Cb =.00/10.44/.45 .00/2..TIMKEN® ALLOY STEELS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE SERVICE Chemical Composition Range and Limits C Mn P Max S Max Si Cr Mo ASTM No ..00 1.38 .05 1 11 .00 6.60 ...60 ...00 2.00/6.20 1..87/1.20 . ** Ti =4 x C min.30/...30 ..30/.75 .30/.030 .12 ..50 1.44/.50 .20/..045 ..15 max ...50/1..30 ..00 4.50 Mo steel also available with ....030 .50 ..07. 1.....030 ..030 .80/1.60 .14 C..10 .030 .70/..50/1.030 . .15 max .50 .65 ..010 .030 .41/...00/2.15 max ..65 .65 .50 .030 .65 .03/.40/.95 . ..35/...08/.30 .70/1.30/.00 8.030 ..60 ..90 .50 max 1..030 .00/6.00/1.55/.15 max . 7 9 91 Type .60 .030 .030 ..65 .80 ...030 .030 .55/.75 .030 ..25/1..45/.65 ..00 .030 .50 max .45/.60 .00 .030 . ..30/.00/8.38 .50Mo* DM® DM-2 2 1/4 Cr 1 Mo 5 Cr 1/2 Mo 5 Cr 1/2 Mo+Ti** 5 Cr 1/2 Mo+Si 5 Cr 1 Mo+Si 7 Cr 1/2 Mo 9 Cr 1 Mo T9*** *.75/.030 ..50 .00 .15 max ..90/1.. V =.20/.40/.18/.65 .60 .30/. N =.30/.45/.65 .00 4.04 max 29 TIMKEN® HIGH TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges C Mn P Max S Max Si Cr Mo V AMS No .25..60 .45/.

.....10.... ......20 .45 . Mn ..13/1...70 ...25 1.......15/.75 max..10/1.....)a ..25/.. ....05/1..15 V .01 TBS-9 * 52100 shown for reference purposes only ** Max Cu ..15 e TBA-2 .15/. .60 Ni ...35 .......... ...20 3.10 4.025 .025 .. ...08/. 1...85 ... .....60 . .40/.90/1.90/1.25 max....50 ..015.15/....40/......00/4.25 16. ...22 ™ d .. .90 1... 1....25 .. ..80 Si . ..95/1.. W ..30/1.10 ...15/..........16 CBS1000M ™ CBS-50NiL** ..30 ...TIMKEN® SPECIAL BEARING STEELS Chemical Composition Ranges and Limits 30 Type C 52100* ...30/1.25 ......20/3.50 1..25/1...10/1...50/..50/........025 ......60/.00 4....90/1..85 1......05 ASTM-A485-2(#2 Mod..75 .60 ... .50 1..... O-6 A-10 Note: See Latrobe Section for other tool and die steels.....77/..35 Cr 1... ....10 ASTM-A485-1(#1 Mod...00/4.60 . ...25 max.25 3. d Carburizing steel for service up to 1000 F.......... .35 ..90/1..80 1.10 ASTM-A485-4(T-2)a b TBS-600 ......40 1........20 ® . S ............ Carburizing steel for service up to 600 F.95/1.....40/...65 1... .00 . .16/..00 .... P .85 440C .. . .95/1..10/.35 ....70 .20/1...35 ...90 1.45/...35 max.35 ...15/.. Trademark of The Timken Company TIMKEN® GRAPHITIC TOOL STEELS Chemical Composition Nominal Type Graph-Mo® Graph-Air® C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Mo W AI AISI 1....25.85/1.....20 .90/1....25.25/1....75/3.....80 ..... . .80 ... . 2.40/.....025 .......15/.20 4....65 .50 1. ...33 .90/1. .60 ...25 1.....25/.......10 max....95/1. ....00/4.10 ™c CBS-600 ....80 .11/..10 ASTM-A485-3(T-1)a .25/.10/. .... ........65/.... Through hardening steel can be air quenched.35 1. ...20/...... .40 4...90/1.45/.35 .95/1.......00 max...80 M-50 ..... Co ...010 a Deep hardening steels......70/.....05/1..98/1.....25 .........00/18.50 ..85/1.40/1. b c Through hardening steel for service up to 600 F...50 1..75/4.20 1..35 ..35 ..00/5......) .00 max. e ™ Mo ..89/1..60 1.. 1.40/1..65 ...

..85 1.75 4.... ...... No. 1™ Super Cobalt™ Dynavan™ C Si Mn W Cr V Mo Co Other ..45 ......60 1..00 1........98 1.........90 .25 ......10 4.83 .50 4.. . .......00 5........... ..........89 ...00 5.00 1... .25 5......25 ...10 3.........00 4........25 .....87 . .........55 8.10 4.....75 3... ...30 ........... ........ .15 4..00 ...85 4..00 5......15 2......00 6...60 8....25 1.. .......50 8.75 1.....00 4..50 ......15 6......25 ....30 ... .....50™ CM .85 .85 2.. ....32 1...90 9...10 1.40 8... ..75 12..57 ....................30 . .25 4.90 1.25 ..00 4.....25 .25 .35 ...75 1...10 18. .40 3......15 4...... .75 1... .....00 9..85 1....90 1.....10 4......50 3.....85 1.....Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company .....75 4.00 3..55 8.25 . ...50 5..... 1...25 6.00 5.. ..75 ...30 ....20 1... .30 ........75 4..75 6.....88 1.C.30 .75 3..TIMKEN LATROBE HIGH SPEED STEELS Nominal Chemical Analyses AISI Type 31 M1 M2 M2 H. .75 .25 7.....08 .. ....30 ..50 ..85 2.30 . ...02 1..30 . Nitrogen .30 .....10 4....30 ..00 1. . ...90 5.85 1............ .30 .....30 .25 ..84 .... TM ...00 1.00 18.25 .25 . 8.00 3...00 4....50 .25 .25 ..50 5.....30 .50 3..00 Alloy Sulfides .....52™ E.......05 1.25 ....... .88 .........30 .40 .....00 8....25 .15 1.....35 1.02 . 8..25 8..25 .20 1.. M31 M32 M4 M7 M7 M10 M33 M34 M36 M42 M50 M52 T1 T5 T15 Latrobe Grade Tatmo™ Double Six™ HS29 XL® Corsair™ Crusader™ Stark™ Tatmo-V™ Tatmo-VN™ TNW™ Kelvan™ Tatmo Cobalt™ CO-6™ Dynamax™ CM ....

00 .....65 12.25 ....... 1...00 5..25 1...20 ..00 ..30 .. Co = 2.......50 2..............70 2......................... 4. 4......40 ...... .....40 8...........50 .. ....................................30 .. 1...90 ............... ... .50 .. 1.......10 1.......25 .70 ...50 ....... ..85 . .. ......... .......50 ....25 ...... 4142 Olympic™ GSN® RipTide™ BR-4® Select B™ Lesco® A-6 BR-3® MGR™ Graph-Air® Badger™ Graph-Mo® Montana™ XL Chisel™ Lanark™ Bearcat® Staminal® Chipper Knife Brake Die* *Prehardened C Si Mn W Cr V Mo Ni Other 1......30 ..........85 . ..........00 .94 1............ TM -Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company ..00 ..40 .... .....00 12.. ......70 ........40 .. ...... .30 1.....80 1...75 .25 1......75 2.......90 .. 2....50 ..61 ..............13 ....... 12.15 1. ..... ... ........ ..00 1...............50 ....50 ..... ..... .... ..............25 ....28 ...40 ...45 1... ..25 11.. .... .. 2.. ......55 .90 .....10 1... ..30 1.....30 ..TIMKEN LATROBE COLD WORK DIE STEELS Nominal Chemical Composition AISI Latrobe Type Grade 32 D2 D3 D5 D7 A2 A6 A7 A8 A10 O1 O6 L6 S1 S5 S7 ............. ..50 5... ..... .........35 .......... .25 ... ................ .........90 ......50 2............25 .....75 ... ......................00 ....95 ..53 ....90 ..................70 .....70 1.............. ......30 ...............00 .40 .. 1.20 . .... ...80 1..35 .. .......42 ...........25 ...40 .30 ......................80 .... .........30 ....45 ............55 1...................45 ...... .....25 1....00 1.. ...................00 ...25 1....... ............... .. ..25 ..... . .35 .. ...90 .25 5.00 1...20 ............. .. ..95 1.30 .......40 .........18 3. .......... .. . .60 .. ......25 1.......80 ...........

.30 .40 1....Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company .......00 .30 .............. ..10 HW108™ ....50 .........00 1..35 ....15 1.........00 5..... ..40 LPD® .00 Al = 1....... P21 C Dart™ .... .....75 ..50 ...........40 .......30 .......30 1. 4......25 5...33 Koncor™ 1.35 Cascade™ .00 1...30 1.. 4.25 5. ... 1..........80 .... ...40 Lumdie® .30 .....00 1.35 ..00 .. 1....45 1..... Co = 3.....40 Viscount* ...00 .....75 9.... . 3...........00 1.20 2. ................... . ............ ........ ..TIMKEN LATROBE HOT WORK DIE STEELS Nominal Chemical Composition AISI Latrobe Type Grade 33 H10 H11 H12 H13 H13 H14 H21 ........ ..25 .....30 ... Alloy Sulfides .......30 ...20 TM ......45 4... * The Viscount grade series is VDC containing alloy sulfides for improved machinability..........40 CLW™ .......25 .00 1.20 Si Mn W Cr V Mo Ni Other 1....... ........35 1..25 3.........25 ... ....15 ....50 ..........00 1.....15 5..... ..00 1.. Viscount 20 is supplied annealed and Viscount 44 is supplied prehardened....... ...... . VDC®-RF ..... ..... . .25 3..10 2...........00 ..30 5.35 ....55 ..42 Dycast No..35 VDC®.....1™ ......00 5.10 ...... .........

COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF HIGH SPEED STEELS AISI Type Latrobe Grade Relative Wear Resistance 34 M1 Tatmo M2 Double Six M31 Corsair M32 Crusader M4 Stark M7 ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ Tatmo-VN M10 TNW M36 CO-6 M42 Dynamax ™ ™ ™ T1 E. 1 T5 Super Cobalt T15 Dynavan ™ ™ ™ TM . No.Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company Relative Toughness Relative Grindability Relative Red Hardness .

RF H13* Viscount 20 and Viscount 44 H14 Lumdie - Koncor H21 CLW P21 Cascade ™ ™ ™ * with alloy sulfides TM .COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF HOT WORK DIE STEELS AISI Type Latrobe Grade Name H10 Dart H11 Dycast No. VDC®.1 ™ ™ 35 H12 LPD H13 VDC®.Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company Relative Heat Resistance Relative Toughness Relative Wear Resistance .

COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF COLD WORK DIE STEELS AISI Type Latrobe Grade D2 Olympic D3 GSN® D7 BR-4® ™ 36 A2 Select B O6 Graph-Mo® O1 A10 A8 Relative Wear Resistance ™ Badger ™ Graph-Air® MGR ™ A6 Lesco® A-6 - Staminal® S7 Bearcat® TM .Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company Relative Toughness Relative Machinability Ability To Hold Size During Heat Treat. .

COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF SHOCK STEELS AISI Type Latrobe Grade - Staminal® A8 37 S1 MGR ™ - S5 Lanark S7 Bearcat® L6 H13 ™ Montana ™ VDC® TM .Trademark of Latrobe Steel Company Relative Toughness Relative Wear Resistance Size Stability During Heat Treat. .

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