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    Tool Steels

    What Is Tool Steel - Type of Tool Steel

    Tool steels are high quality steels made to controlled chemical composition and processed to develop properties useful for working and shaping of other materials.The carbon content in tool steel may range from as low as 0.1% to as high as more than 1.6%. They are alloyed with elements such as Chromium, Molybdenum,Vanadium Tungsten etc.

    At Sunflag Tool Steels are produced through specially designed steel making process via Electric Arc Furnace followed by Ladle Refining and Vacuum Degassing and processed through ESR / VAR for ensuring homogeneous properties &Ultra clean material. Stringent control is practiced during designing of chemical composition and other process parameters during casting, rolling/forging and heattreatment.

    Type & application of tool steels:

    1. Water hardening tool steel(e.g. cold heading, cutting tools, knives, reamers and cutlery etc)
    2. Shock resisting tool steel (e.g. chisel for hot and cold cutting, chuckiaws, gripper, cold shear, hot shear etc.)
    3. Cold worktool steel [3 types]:
    • Oil hardening cold worktool steel(thread cutting, die blanking, cold-forming, cold trimming, gauges etc.)
    • Medium alloy air hardening cold worktool steel (blanking, coining, cold forming, cold swaging, cold trimming
      tools, gauges etc.)
    • High carbon, high chromium cold work tool steel(die inserts, cold—forming, cold shaping, thread roll, cold
      trimming, wire drawing etc.)
    1. Low alloy special purpose tool steel(forging dies, die casing, file cutting, paper cutter, die bending, blanking and
      coining etc.)
    2. Mold tool steel(plastic mold)
    3. Hot work tool steel (die casting dies, hot extrusion dies, hot forging dies, hot swaging, hot trimming, hot shear,
      hot gripper etc).
    4. High Speed Steels (Single point cutting tools, broach insert, tap, drill, reamers, milling cutters, saws)

    Supply Conditions

    From Bloom, lngot or ESR Remelted ingot

    Supply Condition
    Forged, Annealed & Proof Machined
    Forged & Annealed
    Rolled & Annealed
    Rolled,Annealed,Peeled&Ground
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    Sizes

    Hot Rolled Rounds15 to 250 mm
    Forged Rounds160 to 500 mm
    Flats/Plates150 mm(T) * 450 mm (W)
    Peeled & Ground5 to 100 mm
    Drawn & Ground5 to 34mm
    Forged Blocks350(T)*600(W)*5460(L)
    Flats/Plates can also be supplied in the following Thickness:
    12,14,16,28,32,35,40,42,48,50,55,60,65,70,75,80,85,90,95,100,110,120,130,140,150

    Grades of Tool Steels

    Water-hardening tool steels

    Shock-resisting steels

    Oil-hardening cold-work steels

    Air-hardening, medium-alloy, cold-work steels

    High-carbon, high-chromium, cold-work steels

    Low-alloy special-purpose tool steels

    AISIUNSCMnSiCrNiMoWVCo
    L2T612020.45-1.000.10-0.900.50 max0.70-1.200.25 max0.10-0.30
    L6T612060.65-0.750.25-0.800.50 max0.60-1.201.25-2.000.50 max0.20-0.30

    Low-carbon mold steels

    Chromium hot-work steels

    Tungsten hot-work steels

    Molybdenum hot-work steels

    AISIUNSCMnSiCrNiMoWVCo
    H42T208420.55-0.700.15-0.403.75-4.500.30 max4.505.505.50-6.751.75-2.20

    Molybdenum high-speed steels

    Tungsten high-speed steels

    Intermediate high - speed steels

    AISIUNSCMnSiCrNiMoWVCo
    M50T113500.78-0.880.15-0.450.20-0.603.75-4.500.30 max3.90-4.750.80-1.25
    M52T113520.85-0.950.15-0.450.20-0.603.50-4.300.30 max4.00-4.900.75-1.501.65-2.25

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    Tool Steels

    What Is Tool Steel - Type of Tool Steel
    Tool steels are high quality steels made to controlled chemical composition and processed to develop properties useful for working and shaping of other materials. The carbon content in tool steel may range from as low as o.2 to as high as more than 1.6% They are alloyed with elements such as Chromium, Molybdenum, Vanadium Tungsten etc.

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