1.4100 - 1.4199 (Stainless Steel with Ni < 2.5% and Mo but without Nb and Ti) 1.4110 (X55CrMo14) Classification. Country Section Category; Germany:Stainless and Heat Resisting Steels:Stainless Steel with Ni < 2.5% and Mo but without Nb and Ti:Chemical composition. Standard Fe, % Si, %
Chemical composition % of the ladle analysis of grade X55CrMo14 (1.4110) Tighter carbon ranges may be agreed at the time of enquery and order Particular ranges of sulphur content may provide improvement of particular properties. For machinability a controlled sulphur content of 0.015 % to 0.030% is recommended and permitted. 1.4116, X50CrMoV15 - stainless steelStainless steel 1.4116, X50CrMoV15 - plates, strips, bars - a wide description of mechanical properties in accordance with EN 10088-1 [email protected] +48 793 726 124 Blog
Jul 30, 2019 · 440C (and similar grades including Gin-1, ATS-55, 8A) Stronger than the 440A group of stainless steels as a result of higher carbon content, 440C is a high-chromium stainless that has excellent hardness properties. Slightly less corrosion resistant than 440A, 440C is more widely used and is better regarded because it takes and holds a sharp Composition Comparison Graph For The Knife Steels DIN Composition Comparison Graph For The Knife Steels DIN X55CrMo14, EN X55CrMo14 Version 4.36
EN 10088-2 Chemical Composition Stainless Steel. EN 10088-2 is the material standard for stainless steel sheet, plate and strip for general purposes. A total of 83 stainless steel grades are listed, including 19 ferritic, 14 martensitic, 2 precipitation hardening, 40 austenitic and 8 austenitic-ferritic duplex grades. The chemical composition of these stainless steel are shown in this article. EN 10088-2:2005 - Grades properties comparison1.4110 X55CrMo14 1.4113 X6CrMo17-1 1.4116 X50CrMoV15 1.4122 X39CrMo17-1 1.4655 X2CrNiCuN23-4 1.4659 X1CrNiMoCuNW24-22-6 :EN 10088-2:2005 Stainless steels Technical delivery conditions for sheet/plate and strip of corrosion resisting steels for general purposes - compare properties of 83 grades
X55CrMo14. Germany AWS DIN EN 10088-1 DIN EN 10088-3 DIN EN 10088-2 X55CrMo14 Stainless steels - Part 3:Technical dStainless steels - Part 3:Technical delivery conditions for semi-finished products, bars, rods, wire, sections and bright products of corrosion resisting steels for general purposeselivery conditions for semi-finishe and Mechanical Properties, Chemical I LOVE Victorinox steel! BladeForumsMay 05, 2010 · It's supposed to be similar to 440B or Sandvik 12C27. It's designated X55CrMo14 or 1.4110 according to Victorinox. Composition is:15% chromium 0.60% silicon 0.52% carbon 0.50% molybdenum 0.45% manganese Hope this helps mate!
m 4110-420-69-e x55crmo14 1.4110 m 4116-420-77-e x50crmov15 1.4116 m 4035-420-74-e x46crs13 1.4035 m 4034-420-00-i x46cr13 1.4034 s42000 s42040 m 4643-420-72-j x33crpb13 1.4643() sus420f2 m 4029-420-20-i x33crs13 1.4029 s42020 420f sus420f s42037 m 4031-420-00-i x39cr13 1.4031 s42000 420 s42040 m 4028-420-00-i x30cr1 3 1.4028 s42000 420 The new material abbreviations (selection)1.4110 X55CrMo14 1.4112 440B X90CrMoV18 1.4113 434 X6CrMo17-1 1.4116 X50CrMoV15 1.4120 X20CrMo13 1.4122 X39CrMo17-1 1.4125 440 C X105CrMo17 1.4301 304, 304H X5CrNi18-10 1.4303 305, 308 X4CrNi18-12 1.4305 303 X8CrNiS18-9 1.4306 304 L X2CrNi19-11 1.4310 301 X10CrNi18-8 1.4311 304 LN X2CrNiN18-10
1. Introduction. DIN 1.4110 martensitic stainless steel is used extensively in general cutlery (i.e. food processing blades and cutting tools) due to its high corrosion and mechanical resistance, as well as high hardness and wear resistance 1.This steel has a chemical composition similar to that of AISI 420 martensitic stainless steel, although its carbon content is higher. W.-nr. 1.4110 ( Din X55crmo14 ) Martensitic Stainless Hot W.-Nr. 1.4110 ( DIN X55CrMo14 ) martensitic stainless hot and cold rolled steel plate and sheet . Description. High hardness martensitic grade (comp. 1.4034), but with improved corrosion and wear resistance. Applied for e.g. knife blades, scissors, surgical cutting tools, measuring tools, pump construction, valves. Chemical composition ( % )
This steel is designated as EN 1.4110. The chemical designation of the steel is X55CrMo14. The high percentage of Chromium is what gives the steel its lustre and its stainless steel properties. Note that some parts of the SAK, such as the springs and the riggings use a different steel variety. The separators between the layers of the SAK are Would you rather have 80CrV2 carbon steel or X55CrMo14 Sep 26, 2017 · X55CrMo14 / 1.4110 is an extremely basic stainless with.3% less carbon than 80CrV2, almost 15% chromium, and a smidge of molybdenum. If the knife is under 6" in blade length, I prefer the higher hardness, but both would be adequate.
Feb 13, 2009 · #1 bernardin. 12 10 Joined Feb 9, 2009. I recently purchased an Asian Cleaver from a grocery store, of all places. Printed on the blade is X55 CrMo V14. I googled with no results on this particular steel. Any good or did I buy a lemon (so to speak)? x55crmo14Title:x55crmo14 Created Date:3/11/2010 11:21:34 AM
EN 1.4110 stainless steel is a martensitic stainless steel formulated for primary forming into wrought products. 1.4110 is the EN numeric designation for this material. X55CrMo14 is the EN chemical designation. It can have a moderately low ductility among the wrought martensitic stainless steels in the database.