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The matrix structure consists of a highly tough, age-hardenable nickel martensite. The chromium content of 13.5 % provides good corrosion resistance. Finish-machining is performed in the solution-annealed, as- delivered condition. Subsequent age-hardening takes place at a relatively low temperature of 480 °C and can be conducted, for example, in a convection air furnace or an electrically heated chamber furnace.
This material data has been provided by Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Specialty Steel (DEW).
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In heat-treated, hardened condition (up to 69 HRC), Ferro-Titanit® can be used to solve many wear problems economically.
In as-delivered condition, this material can be machined by conventional methods.
Annealing: 850°C, 2-4 hr in vacuum (Cooling 1-4.5 bar N2) Hardness: 53 HRC - Age-Hardening 480°C, 6-8 hr, Hardness: 62 HRC
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