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Month: March 2013

CS80

CS80 is usually supplied in the ready hardened or hardened and tempered condition, with a grey, blue or polished finish. The advantage of hardened and tempered steel is that it can be used to produce components that do not require the cost of further hardening. It is the most common of the carbon grades to …

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Type 420 Stainless

Type 420 Stainless Steel is a martensitic grade providing both outstanding corrosion resistance and exceptional wear resistance. We stock it in a range of thicknesses from 0.10mm to 3.00mm thick in strip and coil. Our stock is hardened and tempered and suitable for flat springs and blades. We can offer a cutting or profiling service. …

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CS70

CS70 is a high carbon spring steel, and part of the UK designation BS1449. Used in the manufacture of a wide variety of springs, it is normally purchased in the annealed condition. Annealed material allows the steel to be formed and shaped prior to hardening CS70 is equivalent to AISI/ SAE 1070, Din CK67 and …

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CS100

Used for springs, saws, clutch plates and valves etc. CS100 can be cut by laser, waterjet etc. It is generally used where higher hardness’s and wear resistance is required  or where a higher strength is required in lower thickness material. Common equivalents are CS95, 1095, C100S, XC90 CS100 is normally supplied in the hardened and …

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