1. comparable standards
2. chemical analysis
3. main characteristics
nickel-chrome–molybdenum-vanadium vanadium steel for hardening in the stream of air or in oil with highhardenability. the steel has high hardness after hardening, good resistance to the tempering, good toughness and good firmness during the heat. is resists quick temperature changes and also thermal fatigue. the steel is well-workable during the heat and well-workable in the soft-annealed state.
this steel is used to construct:
block for dies, hammers and pile drivers
rams for power hammers
hot mill rolls
very hard cold work dies and punches
5. supply conditions
annealed or quenched and tempered; hb max 240
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