Precipitation-Hardening Stainless Steels

There are two general areas PH grade stainless steels; martensitic and semi-austenitic. The group includes martensitic 17-4 and 15-5 chromiumnickel PH® PH® with columbium and copper additions. They develop a high strength and hardness by heat treatment, which precipitates the copper. The PH martensitic steels used in aerospace, chemical and petrochemical, and food processing applications. The semi-austenitic grade PH® 17-7 and 15-7 PH Mo®.

They are in the state annealed austenitic, martensitic condition but hardened. 17-7 PH stainless high strength and excellent fatigue properties, and used in aerospace components. PH 15-7 Mo stainless used in applications requiring high strength and hardness, such as keeping rings, springs and aircraft bulkheads. Surface? An important component in any application or buy a specified order?

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