1.7035, 41Cr4, 42C4, 5140, 530M40 Alloy Engineering Steel – Chemical composition, equivalent, properties | Alok India

1.7035 Alloy Engineering Steel

Everything You Need to Know About 41Cr4, 530M40, 42C4, 5140, 40Ch, 1.7035 Alloy Steel EN 1003-3 2006

 

1.7035 Alloy Steel Description

1.7035 alloy steel is chrome-manganese steel. The 41Cr4 steel is used in the manufacture of quenched and tempered bars. The 1.7035 alloy steel can be cold-formed with suitable tools. It has a low to medium rate of cooling. The 41Cr4 steel belongs to the high quality, low carbon hardening steel.

 

1.7035 Alloy Steel Applications 

The 1.7035 alloy steel has a good set of properties that makes it a suitable material to create various products and parts. It can be used in various applications. This includes:

  1. Tool holders
  2. Valve bodies
  3. Pumps
  4. Fittings
  5. Shafts
  6. Bolts
  7. Gears
  8. Double-headed bolts
  9. High load of wheel
  10. Engineering industries

 

1.7035 Alloy Steel Chemical Composition

The chemical composition of 1.7035 alloy steel is:

1.7035 steel chemical element % present
Carbon (C) [Max] 0.38 to 0.45%
Manganese (Mn) [Max] 0.60 to 0.90%
Silicon (Si) [Max] 0.40%
Chromium (Cr)  0.90 1.20%
Phosphorus (P) [Max] 0.040%
Sulphur (S) [Max] 0.035%

 

1.7035 Alloy Steel Heat Treatment

1.7035 steel hot work and heat treatment temperature
Hot Forming °C Soft Annealing °C Tempering °C Normalising °C
1100 to 850 680 550 to 650 860
Cooling by air Cooling by air Cooling air

 

1.7035 Alloy Steel Properties

Here are the properties of 1.7035 alloy steel:

  1. Suitable for induction hardening
  2. Weldable

 

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