42CrMo4 CrMo alloy material steel for heat treatment top manufacturer in China

42CrMo4 CrMo alloy material steel for heat treatment top manufacturer in China

42CrMo4 CrMo alloy material steel for heat treatment top manufacturer in China

Cold rolled steel sheet has high strength, high hardness and high surface finish. It is generally thin steel plate and can be used as stamping steel plate. The strength of , hot rolled steel plate is relatively low, the surface quality can not match with that of cold rolled steel sheet. But its plasticity is good, and it is generally medium thick steel plate. The price difference between cold rolled steel sheet and hot rolled steel plate has a certain relationship with manufacturers. The quality of steel plate manufactured by different manufacturers is different, and the price is also biased.

42CrMo4 CrMo alloy material steel for heat treatment,Chemical elements of 35CrMnSi steel: C: 0.32-0.39, Si: 1.10-1.40, Mn: 0.80-1.10, Cr: 1.10-1.40. The mechanical properties of 35CrMnSi steel: tensile strength 1620 MPa; yield strength 1280 MPa; elongation after fracture: 9%; reduction of area: 40; impact energy: 31J. , 35CrMnSi steel is used to manufacture medium speed, heavy load, high strength parts and high strength components, such as aircraft landing gear and high pressure blower blades. 35CrMnSi can partly replace the corresponding CrNi alloy steel in manufacturing small and medium section parts.

Our company regularly visits customers, consults and follows up the after-sales service, and directly solves problems for customers. In the use of our steel materials, whether quality problems or not, the after-sales will help solve the problem as soon as possible. We promise free life-long replacement for any product quality problems. The sound after-sales service system make you free from worries.

In March, the daily output of key iron and steel enterprises decreased on a month on month basis. In terms of enterprise inventory, in late March, the key statistics showed that the steel inventory of iron and steel enterprises was 18.067 million tons, a decrease of 3.342 million tons or 15.6% compared with the highest inventory in early March, and an increase of 8.534 million tons or 89.5% compared with the beginning of the year.



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