BS 1.2767: Steel grade with focus on cold work, high toughness (nickel content), good through-hardenability (even for large cross-sections), as well as high impact strength and pressure resistance. Polishable, etchable and erodible. For very special purity and homogeneousness we recommend BS 1.2767 ESR. Working hardness: 50-54 HRC.
BS 1.2767: Cutting tools, cutlery punches, embossing tools, bending tools, cold hobbing tools, pressure bars, billet shear knives, cold shear knives, plastic moulds, hot press tools, light metal processing, heavy metal processing, drawing jaws, reinforcements.
|C||04||up to||05||Ni||38||up to||43|
|Si||01||up to||04||V||-||up to||-|
|Mn||02||up to||05||W||-||up to||-|
|P||-||up to||003||Cu||-||up to||-|
|S||-||up to||003||N||-||up to||-|
|Cr||12||up to||15||Ti||-||up to||-|
|Mo||015||up to||035||Co||-||up to||-|
Data given should to be taken as a guideline value.
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