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Steel Grade En353 Rod has high tensile yield strength per the annealing conditions. It is only because of the high tensile and yield strength; apart from the high hardness, it is on top of the SAE or Society of American Engineers grades. The SAE En353 Round Bar has tensile and yield strength for R annealing at 680 -720 MPA and 440 – 480 MPA, respectively.
The yield strength increases for the other annealing conditions from 570 665, 480 to 740, 835, 895, and up to 1050 MPA. The corresponding tensile strength also increases to a high of 1280 to be suitable for much high strength needed applications like automobiles and others.
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What is EN353 material hardness in Hrc?
Steel Grade EN 353 Round Bars have 62 to 64 HRC hardness after heating and tempering to be best for many applications in several sectors. The HRC denotes hardness Rockwell C which is 64 for EB353 representing the hardness number on the Rockwell scale.
The Rockwell hardness specifies how resistant the EN353D Steel Bright Bar is to not deforming under high-pressure temperatures. It is the reason that this high-strength steel alloy with nickel, chromium, manganese, and molybdenum is best for many complex applications under extreme conditions.
Types of EN353 round bar
EN353 steel bar
EN353 round bar
EN353 carbon steel rods
EN353d steel bright bar
EN353 steel flat bar
EN353 flat bars
EN353D alloy steel hex bar
EN353B steel bright bar
EN 353 carbon steel black bar
EN-353D steel rod
EN-353 alloy steel bar
EN353 cold rolled round bar
Steel grade EN353 rod
EN353 alloy steel hex bar
With hardened & tempered and annealed conditions, steel EN353 round bar has a carbon content of 0.17%
What is EN 353D steel bars used for?
The unique alloy composition of nickel, chromium, manganese, molybdenum, and low carbon gives EN353B Steel Bright Bar excellent ductility power. The chemical properties of EN 353 Alloy Steel Hex Bar include hardness, cooling, and annealing. Also, high tensile and yield strength along with 65 HRC hardness makes EN353 Steel Flat Bar have many uses, including the following, among others.
- Useful in automobile applications like high-powered duty gear, camshafts, gudgeon pins.
- It is useful in elevated-temperature applications because of its superior strength.
- It is suitable for heavy-duty applications as it is more inexpensive than other steel alloys but with enough strength.
EN353 bar are delivered in diameters ranging from 14 mm to 160 mm and are available in a variety of sizes
What is EN353 carbon steel rods heat treatment?
EN353 Carbon Steel Rods made from heat-treated alloys with manganese, molybdenum, chromium, and nickel are strong for applications in extreme environments. The most common heat treatment for EN353 steel is hardening and tempering to increase elasticity.
EN353 steel alloy undergoes heating between 780 to 820 C spreading throughout the section uniformly. After heating, the steel undergoes quenching in oil immediately within its losing warmness. Again heating between 150 to 200 C, soaking for one to two hours, and cooling in the air gives a high hardness of 62 to 64 HRC.