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TRANSFORMATION TEMPERATUREF per houraustenite A1 starts forming at approx 800F and ends at approx 850When cooling 100F per hoursaustenite A1 starts transforming at approxF and ends at approx 750HARDNE Download

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1 UDDEHOLM VIKING6 TRANSFORMATION TEMPERAT
UDDEHOLM VIKING6 TRANSFORMATION TEMPERATUREF) per hour,austenite (A1) starts forming at approx. 800F) and ends at approx. 850When cooling 100F) per hours,austenite (A1) starts transforming at approx.F) and ends at approx. 750HARDNESS, GRAIN SIZE AND RETAINEDUSTENITE AS FUNCTIONS OF AUSTENITIZINGTEMPERATURE1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 Austenitizing temperatureHARDENABILITYHardness as a function of section thickness.empering tempe

2 rature 180Hardness, HRCUddeholm Viking h
rature 180Hardness, HRCUddeholm Viking hardens through in all commonsizes.emperingHeating to tempering temperature should becarried out slowly and uniformly. Temperingshould be carried out twice. Lowest tempera-ture 180F). Holding time at tempera-ture minimum 2 hours.TEMPERING GRAPHHardness, HRC 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 200 390 500 750 930 1110 1290

3 Tempering temperatur
Tempering temperature 970°C (1780°F) 1000°C (1830°F) 1030°C (1890°F) etained austenite Austenitizing temperatureHardness, HRCEFFECT OF TIME AT TEMPERING TEMPERATURE1 1.5 2.5 4 6.5 10 15 25 40 65 100 400 1000Time, h Austenitizing temperature 1010 empering temperature 200°C (390°F) 400°C (750°F) 500°C (930°F) 550°C (1020°F) etained austenite % Grain size Hardnessetained austeniteHardness, HRC Oil hard

4 ening Martempering Air hardening 1
ening Martempering Air hardening 1 2 3 4 5 inch Section size Above tempering curves are obtained after heat treatment ofsamples with a size of 15 x 15 x 40 mm, cooling in forced air.Lower hardness can be expected after heat treatment oftools and dies due to factors like actual tool size and heattreatment parameters.etained austenite, % \r&

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#27; \f \n\t\b\r\r \r \f \n\t\b\r\r Network of excellenceUDDEHOLM is present on every continent. This ensures you UDDEHOLM VIKING6 TRANSFORMATION TEMPERATUREF) per hour,austenite (A1) starts forming at approx. 800F) and ends at approx. 850When cooling 100F) per hours,austenite (A1) start

6 s transforming at approx.F) and ends at
s transforming at approx.F) and ends at approx. 750HARDNESS, GRAIN SIZE AND RETAINEDUSTENITE AS FUNCTIONS OF AUSTENITIZINGTEMPERATURE1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 Austenitizing temperatureHARDENABILITYHardness as a function of section thickness.empering temperature 180Hardness, HRCUddeholm Viking hardens through in all commonsizes.emperingHeating to tempering temperature should becarried out slowly and uniformly. Temperingshould

7 be carried out twice. Lowest tempera-tur
be carried out twice. Lowest tempera-ture 180F). Holding time at tempera-ture minimum 2 hours.TEMPERING GRAPHHardness, HRC 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Tempering temperature 970°C (1780°F) 1000°C (1830°F) 1030°C (1890°F) etained austenite Austenitizing temperatureHardness, HRCEFFECT OF TIME AT TEMPERING TEMPERATURE1 1.5 2.5 4 6.5 10 15 25 40 65 100 40

8 0 1000Time, h Austenitizing temperatu
0 1000Time, h Austenitizing temperature 1010 empering temperature 200°C (390°F) 400°C (750°F) 500°C (930°F) 550°C (1020°F) etained austenite % Grain size Hardnessetained austeniteHardness, HRC Oil hardening Martempering Air hardening 1 2 3 4 5 inch Section size Above tempering curves are obtained after heat treatment ofsamples with a size of 15 x 15 x 40 mm, cooling in forced air.Lower h

9 ardness can be expected after heat treat
ardness can be expected after heat treatment oftools and dies due to factors like actual tool size and heattreatment parameters.etained austenite, % UDDEHOLM VIKING6 TRANSFORMATION TEMPERATUREF) per hour,austenite (A1) starts forming at approx. 800F) and ends at approx. 850When cooling 100F) per hours,austenite (A1) starts transforming at approx.F) and ends at approx. 750HARDNESS, GRAIN SIZE AND RETAINEDUSTENITE AS FUNCTIONS OF AUSTENITIZINGTEMPERATURE1750

10 1800 1850 1900 1950
1800 1850 1900 1950 Austenitizing temperatureHARDENABILITYHardness as a function of section thickness.empering temperature 180Hardness, HRCUddeholm Viking hardens through in all commonsizes.emperingHeating to tempering temperature should becarried out slowly and uniformly. Temperingshould be carried out twice. Lowest tempera-ture 180F). Holding time at tempera-ture minimum 2 hours.TEMPERING GRAPHHardness, HRC 100

11 200 300 400 500
200 300 400 500 600 700 Tempering temperature 970°C (1780°F) 1000°C (1830°F) 1030°C (1890°F) etained austenite Austenitizing temperatureHardness, HRCEFFECT OF TIME AT TEMPERING TEMPERATURE1 1.5 2.5 4 6.5 10 15 25 40 65 100 400 1000Time, h Austenitizing temperature 1010 empering temperature 200°C (390°F) 400°C (750°F) 500°C (930°F) 550°C (1020°F) etai

12 ned austenite % Grain size Hardnessetain
ned austenite % Grain size Hardnessetained austeniteHardness, HRC Oil hardening Martempering Air hardening 1 2 3 4 5 inch Section size Above tempering curves are obtained after heat treatment ofsamples with a size of 15 x 15 x 40 mm, cooling in forced air.Lower hardness can be expected after heat treatment oftools and dies due to factors like actual tool size and heattreatment parameters.etained au

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