9310, 14NiCrMo13-4, 1.6657, UNS G93100 is a alloy steel in Low Alloy Steelcontaining molybdenum, nickel and chromium, for heat-chemical treatment - carburization is characterized by low hardness, high durability and malleability. The chemical composition contains increased content of nickel and chromium in relation to 15NiCr13 grade. Designed for sections with intermediate dimensions, exposed to large and variable loads and associated work stresses, service Steel Aerospace stocks Premium Aircraft Quality produced double melted in an Electric Furnace, followed by a VAR, or Vacuum Arc Remelt (also known as CEVM). Standard air-melted Aircraft Quality AMS 6260 Air Melt material is available on request. 9310 VIM-VAR material is also available on request. main used, among others, in aviation, in parts and components of internal combustion engines and aviation equipment. Thanks to its properties, it is also used for very important components of machines or vehicles - as steering shafts, adjusting screws, gears, rollers or axles.14NiCrMo13-4 steel is its equivalent. It has similar values and chemical composition of 15NiCr13 steel, but it has a much greater range of Nickel in the chemical composition.
14NiCrMo13-4 steel should be welded before carburizing, and the product does not require pre-heating prior to the treatment.
|Grade||Chemical composition WT %|
|9310||0.07 - 0.13||0.40 - 0.70||0.15 - 0.35||Max 0.015||Max 0.015||1.00 - 1.400||0.08||3.00 - 3.50||-||-||-||Max 0.035||-||Max 10PPM|
|12Ch2N4A, 12Kh2N4A, 12Х2Н4А||0.09 - 0.15||0.30 - 0.60||0.17 - 0.37||Max 0.025||Max 0.025||1.25 - 1.65||Max 0.15||3.25 - 3.65||Max 0.008||Max 0.05||Max 0.03||Max 0.3||Max 0.2|
|655M13, EN36A, EN36B, N3CCH, 36A, 36 A||0.10 - 0.16||0.35 - 0.60||-||Max 0.035||Max 0.035||0.70 - 1.00||Max 0.1||3.00 - 3.75||-||-||-||Max 0.4||-|
|16NCD17, 16 NCD 17||0.12 - 0.18||Max 0.50||Max 0.50||Max 0.030||Max 0.025||1.00 - 1.40||0.15 - 0.45||4.00 - 4.50||-||-||-||-||-|
|16 NC 12, 16NC12||0.12 - 0.18||Max 0.50||Max 0.50||Max 0.030||Max 0.025||0.50 - 1.00||-||3.00 - 3.50||-||-||-||-||-|
|14 Ni 14, 14Ni14||Max 0.17||Max 0.70||Max 0.30||Max 0.025||Max 0.02||Max 0.3||Max 0.12||3.25 - 3.75||-||Max 0.05||Max 0.03||Max 0.4||-|
|14NiCrMo13-4, 1.6657, LW 6657||0.11- 0.17||0.30 - 0.60||0.30 - 0.60||Max 0.025||Max 0.035||0.80 - 1.10||0.20 - 0.30||3.00 - 3.50||-||-||-||-||-|
|SAE||AMS-S-8503 - AISI 3310 - E 3310|
|0.08 - 0.13||0.45 - 0.60||0.20 - 0.35||Max 0.025||Max 0.025||1.40 - 1.75||-||3.25 - 3.75||-||-||-||-||-|
|Heat Treatment||Tensile Strength Rm||Yield Strength Re||Elongation in 2||Reduction of Area||Core Hardness|
|Pseudo Carburized 1700° F for 8 hours. Oil quenched, Tempered at 300° F for 2 hours||187 ksi||155 ksi||15%||51%||375 Bhn|
|Pseudo Carburized 1700° F for 8 hours. Slow cool to room temperature. Heat to 1425° F, oil quench. Tempered at 300° F for 2 hours||155 ksi||130 ksi||15.5%||52%||331 Bhn|
|Pseudo Carburized 1700° F for 8 hours. Slow cool to room temperature. Heat to 1525° F, oil quench. Tempered at 300° F for 2 hours||175 ksi||155 ksi||16%||53%||363 Bhn|
|Annealing||Heat throughout to 1475° - 1575° F, then furnace cool|
|Normalizing||Heat throughout to 1650° - 1750° F, then air cool|
|Carburizing & Hardening||Carburize at 1650° - 1700° F, slow cool. To harden, oil quench from 1425-1545 F|
|Temper||At 250° - 350° F|
|Approx Case Hardness||60 – 62 HRC|
|Approx Core Hardness||331 – 363 BHN|
For Material Normalized 1700° F (927° C) with Test Specimen Annealed 1500° F (816° C)
AISI 9310 alloy steel has good weldability characteristics as it can be welded by a standard process along with the usage of established welding methods.
AISI 9310 alloy steel can be machined by conventional methods and good results are obtained when this alloy steel is machined in the tempered or annealed condition.
12Ch2N4A, 12Kh2N4A, 12Х2Н4А, 655M13, EN36A, EN36B, N3CCH, 36A, 36 A, ČSN 16 420, ČSN 16420, ČSN 416420, 16NCD13, 16 NCD 13, 16NCD17, 16 NCD 17, 16 NC 12, 16NC12, 14 Ni 14, 14Ni14, 14NiCrMo13-4, 1.6657, LW 6657, 12Cr2Ni4A, A43123, A 43123, 12Cr2Ni4, AMS-S-8503, AISI E3310, E 3310, AISI 9310