Online Exporter AISI 1053 Carbon Steel (UNS G10530) in Hanover
Chemical Composition The chemical composition of AISI 1053 carbon steel is outlined in the following table. Element Content (%) Iron, Fe 98.36-98.82 Manganese, Mn 0.7-1.0 Carbon, C 0.48-0.55 Sulfur, S 0.05 Phosphorous, P 0.04 Physical Properties The physical properties of AISI 1053 carbon steel are tabulated below. Properties Metric Imperial Density 7.7-8.03 g/cm3 0.278-0.290 l...
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The chemical composition of AISI 1053 carbon steel is outlined in the following table.
The physical properties of AISI 1053 carbon steel are tabulated below.
|Density||7.7-8.03 g/cm3||0.278-0.290 lb/in3|
The following table shows mechanical properties of AISI 1053 carbon steel.
|Elastic modulus||190-210 GPa||29700-30458 ksi|
Two 1/2″ OD carbon steel bars (7″ heated length) heated to 2100F in 19 seconds using Ajax TOCCO’s air cooled 35kW TOCCOtron AC power source. The 3:1 conductance window allows for 100% power delivery throughout the entire heat cycle from room temperature to well above currie (where carbon steel looses its magnetism. This system is very compact, portable, and versatile. Only the heating inductor and water cooled cables require water, which is supplied by a closed loop water cooler. This system can be quickly installed installed adjacent to most presses, hot headers and/or thread rolling machines.
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