Ferro-Titanit® Nikro 128

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Description

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).

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

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Chemical properties

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Chromium

13.5 %

Cobalt

9 %

Iron

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Molybdenum

5 %

Nickel

4 %

Other

30 %

TiC

Technological properties

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Application areas

In heat-treated, hardened condition (up to 69 HRC), Ferro-Titanit® can be used to solve many wear problems economically.

General machinability

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

Heat Treatment

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