17 -4 PH Stainless Steel
AMBICA STEELS SPECIALIZE IN THE PRODUCTION OF 17/4 PH STEELS
Ambica Steels specializes in the production of 17-4 steels (also known as 1.4542 Bar and AISI 630). This is a precipitation hardening martensitic stainless steel with Cu and Nb/Cb additions. The grade combines a very high strength, hardness (up to 572°F / 300°C), and corrosion resistance.
Mechanical properties can be optimized for various heat treatments. Very high yield strength up to 1100-1300 MPa (160-190 ksi) can be achieved. Ambica Steels offers various heat treatments in this grade like – Solution Annealed, H900, H925, H1025, H1075, H1150, H1150D, H1150M, P800, P930, P960, P1070 etc with both Air & Oil quenching.
SPECIFICATIONS OF 17-4 PH STAINLESS STEEL
AMS 5643R, DIN/EN 10088-3, AMS 5622, ASTM A564
- High tensile strength and toughness
- High hardness up to 41 HRC
- Excellent corrosion resistance
- Suitable for forging and welding
- Good machinabilty
- Good oxidation resistance
- Good resistance to sulphide stress cracking
- Oil and gas industry
- Pumps and valves in high pressure components
- Chemical process equipment
- Measuring and control techniques
- Food industry
- Pulp and paper industry
- Mechanical components
- Power generation
- Nuclear reactor components
There are a multitude of a cast and wrought stainless steel alloys that can have various desirable characteristics enhanced by either solution treating or by solution treating and precipitation age hardening. Characteristics such as room temperature and/or elevated temperature mechanical strength and corrosion resistance are typically enhanced by such heat treatments.
The properties of precipitation hardenable stainless steels can be enhanced by a selection of appropriate heat treating parameters. The use of solution treating alone or solution treating followed by precipitation age hardening is commonly used with precipitation hardenable stainless steels.
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