Ferro-Titanit® C-Spezial

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Description

Ferro-Titanit® has a titanium carbide content of around 45% by volume, embedded in an alloyed steel binder phase. The materials combine the properties of steel and tungsten-carbide alloys and are highly wear-resistant.

This material data has been provided by Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Specialty Steel (DEW).

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
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Properties

General

PropertyValueTemperature

Density

6.5 g/cm³

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23.0 °C

Grain structure

Titanium carbide + martensite

Mechanical

PropertyValueTemperature

Compressive strength

3800 MPa

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Elastic modulus

292 GPa

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Flexural strength

1500 MPa

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Hardness, Rockwell C

69 [-]

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Shear modulus

117 GPa

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Thermal

PropertyValueTemperatureComment

Coefficient of thermal expansion

9.2E-6 1/K

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100.0 °C

for 20°C to the mentioned temperature

9.1E-6 1/K

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200.0 °C

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9.8E-6 1/K

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300.0 °C

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Thermal conductivity

20.5 W/(m·K)

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Electrical

PropertyValueTemperature

Electrical resistivity

7.5E-7 Ω·m

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Magnetic

PropertyValueTemperature

Coercive force

5000 A/m

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Remanence

0.32 T

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Saturation polarization

0.92 T

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Chemical properties

Property

Carbon

0.65 %

Chromium

3 %

Iron

Balance

Molybdenum

3 %

Other

33 %

TiC

Technological properties

Property
Application areas

All cold work applications in cutting and forming engineering, e.g. for cutting and blanking tools, bending jaws, extrusion punches, deep-drawing dies, form and hobbing punches, clamping jaws, blanking sleeves, tools for the processing of steel, non-ferrous metals, aluminium, etc., as well as machine elements such as pulleys, rollers and guides exposed to heavy wear.

General machinability

In as-delivered condition, this material can be machined by conventional methods.

Heat Treatment

Soft annealing: 750°C,10 hr (Cooling in furnace) Hardness: 49 HRC - Stress-relief-annealing: 600-650°C (cooling in Furnace) - Hardening: 980-1100°C and quenching in vacuum (1 bar N2) - Temepering 150°C (Hardness:69 HRC)