Case Hardening Steels

Case-hardening steels have a relatively low carbon content mostly ranging between 0.10 and 0.30%.

Case-hardening steel is used in automotive engineering as well as in mechanical and plant engineering for parts such as cardan shafts, coupling parts, gears and bolts.

 

Material
No.
DIN
NORM
SAE
AISI
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION ( % )
CSi max.MnP max.S max.CrMoNi
1,652321NiCrMo286200,17 – 0,230,400,65 – 0,950,0250,0350,35 – 0,700,15 – 0,250,40 – 0,70
1,713116MnCr551150,14 – 0,190,401,00 – 1,300,0250,0350,80 – 1,10
1,714720MnCr551200,17 – 0,220,401,10 – 1,400,0250,0351,00 – 1,30