BBN STEEL 42CrMo4 +QT steel exported to Qatar
Considering the large workload of allocation and transportion for our steel materials, we have built special shipping department, and make it independent form transportation department. The transportation department is in charge of transporting steel materials from our mill and warehouse to the port, and our shipping department is in charge of the shipping matters. So that our whole shipping efficiency is improved, and shorten time for customers to receive goods.
The metallurgical quality of spring steel should reach the level of high quality steel. Due to the special requirements of production parts, 42CrMo4 +QT steel, spring steel must have some characteristics. First, the fatigue resistance of spring steel is good, and it can be restored to its original state after repeated use without deformation. Second, good flexibility. Third, the tensile strength of spring steel is good, under the limit of being stretched, it can be restored without breaking.
In particular, the EU imports a large amount of iron ore from central and South America and Oceania, which are mainly transported by sea. The perfect port infrastructure makes the port operation cost of EU iron ore raw materials import relatively low. However, the 42CrMo4 +QT steel steel transportation between EU Member States is mainly railway transportation, and the EU member states have established a very developed railway network and railway information infrastructure.
Titanium microalloying is an element of 42CrMo4 +QT steel strengthening complex with carbon and nitrogen. The addition of micro amount of titanium in the steel can fix almost all nitrogen and part carbon in the steel, so as to eliminate the strain aging phenomenon and improve the aging impact performance of the steel. At the same time, it can refine the grains and change the morphology of the compounds. According to the atomic weight ratio of Ti and N in 42CrMo4 +QT steel tin formula (Ti = 3.4n), the content of Ti in steel should be controlled between 0.015 and 0.025%. Generally, the amount of ferrotitanium added to each ton of steel is 1kg.