Steelfirst supply to AISI steel grades and AISI equivalent grades.
In addition we are stockists and suppliers of Stainless Steel with precipitation hardening 17/4PH, FV520B, Duplex UNS S31803 and Super Duplex UNS S32760 grades. Austenitic, martensitic and ferritic specifications stocked in a large range of shapes and sizes. We are also steel suppliers of austenitic 11 to 14% High Manganese Steel, which is a work hardening steel grade..
With a wide stock range, you'll find Tool Steel specifications, suitable for cold work, hot work, and plastic mould applications. Also ground Tool Steel products including Silver Steel and Ground Flat Stock. Tool Steel can be supplied to European Standards such as Werkstoff and DIN Specifications. We also supply to AISI steel grades and AISI equivalent grades.
200 Series—Austenitic Chromium-Nickel-Manganese Alloys
300 Series—Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloys
Type 301:Highly ductile, for formed products. Also hardens rapidly during mechanical working. Good weldability. Better wear resistance and fatigue strength than 304.
Type 302:Same corrosion resistance as 304, with slightly higher strength due to additional carbon.
Type 303:Easier machining version of 304 via addition of sulfur and phosphorus. Also referred to as "A1" in accordance with International Organization for Standardization ISO 3506
High Speed Steel
High-speed steels are used primarily for the manufacture of cutting tools. While there are a number of classes of high speed steels they have in common high carbon contents (ranging from 0.8 wt.% to >3 wt.%), chromium levels of about 4 wt.%, massive amounts of strong carbide forming elements (vanadium, tungsten, and molybdenum) to provide large carbides which are present after austenitizing and which improve wear behavior and to provide for secondary hardening on tempering. Many high-speed steels also contain large amounts of cobalt,
Tool steel is a type of carbon alloy steel that is well-matched for tool manufacturing, such as hand tools or machine dies. Its hardness, resistance to abrasion and ability to retain shape at increased temperatures are the key properties of this material. Tool steel is typically used in a heat treated condition which provides increased hardness. Several grades have additional resistance to corrosion due to added chemical properties such as vanadium. Also, with certain grades the manganese content is restricted in order to minimize the potential of cracking while water quenching. Other grades offer various methods other than water to quench the material, such as oil..
Mold steel is a material that is used to manufacture the molds, including cold-punching mould, hot forging die, die-casting mold, and more. The mold is the main processing tool for the industry of machinery manufacturing, motor, radiometers and etc. The quality of mold would directly impact the quality of processing technic, the precision and output of products and more. The properties and heat treatment of mold steel would make a huge impact on the quality of mold except for the good design of structural and processing precision. Its grades, specification and quality determine the properties, life and manufacturing period of die.
X12Cr MoS17 DIN
X12Cr Ni17 7 DIN
X12Cr Ni188 DIN
X20Cr Ni17-2 DIN
X65Cr Mo14 DIN
X90Cr MoV18 DIN
X105Cr Mo17 DIN XM7 ASTM XM7 CNS XM15J1 CNS XM27 ASTM XM27 CNS Y1Cr13 GB Y1Cr17 GB Y1Cr18 Ni9Se GB Y3Cr13 GB
00Cr30 Mo2 GB
0Cr13-GB 0Cr17Ni 4Cu4Nb GB 0Cr17 Ni7A1 GB 0Cr17Ni-12Mo2N-GB 0Cr18Ni-9Cu3-GB 0Cr18Ni9 GB 0Cr18Ni-11Nb GB 0Cr18 Ni11Ti GB 0Cr18Ni12 Mo2Cu2-GB