2316 STAINLESS STEEL
NEAREST EQUIVALENT : DIN 2316 (Code X36CrMo17) , AISI420, JIS SUS420M, S136, M310
1.2316 plastic mould steel, supplied from stock in rounds, flats and plate.
1.2316 is a chrome-molybdenum steel with improved corrosion resistance properties, 1.2316 possesses good polishability, toughness, heat resistance and wear-resistant properties. It is often used for tools for processing chemically aggressive plastic materials (e.g. PVC).
1.2316 is a martensitic stainless chromium steel with uniform hardness in all dimensions, it is easy to machine, high surface finish and polishability. 1.2316 is commonly used for plastic moulds, and offers a higher corrosion resistance than 1.2083. It can be used with for the manufacturing of chemically aggressive materials like PVC and plastics containing abrasive fillers.
This grade is not suitable for nitriding and chrome plating because of the high chrome content.
2316 steel CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
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2316 steel Mechanical properties
1.2316 is delivered quenched and tempered to 280 – 325 HB (29 – 33 HRC).
1.2316 steel equivalent and Compared grades(based on usage):
Typical applications of 2316 / S136 :
Injection mould for plastics, die-casting moulds, moulding of corrosive material (PVC), extrusion tools.
Annealing 1.2316 ( RAMAX ) :
810 – 830 °C, Hardness after annealing : Max. 235 HB
Stress relieving 1.2316 / RAMAX :
Soak at 600 – 650°C, furnace cool.
Hardening 1.2316 , RAMAX :
Heat to 1020 – 1040 °C. Quench in oil at Oil at 500 – 550°C. Hardness after quenching : 48 – 52 HRC
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