Hardened / Heat Treated Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels Datasheets

MIM 4605 As Sintered
from Kinetics Metal Injection Molding

Material Description: Low alloy steel, carbon, nickel, molybdenum. A multipurpose, economical material that offers various strength, hardness and wear resistance properties depending on whether it is heat treated and which heat treat process is used. Magnetic. Can be plated or coated for corrosion... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Hardened / Heat Treated (optional feature)
  • Shape / Form: Fabricated Parts or Shapes (Castings, Forgings, Machined Parts, etc.)
  • Type: AlloySteel
  • Features: Coated / Painted (optional feature); Corrosion Resistant (optional feature); Wear Resistant; Powder Metal Parts or Stock
Alloy Bar -- RBB16T.375
from Roda Specialty Steel

Grade: B16 Cold Finished, Quenched & Tempered [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Hardened / Heat Treated
  • Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes; Bar Stock; Round Bar or Rod Stock
  • Type: AlloySteel
  • Width / OD: 0.3750
OG Metallic Fibre -- Fibraflex® Metallic Fibers
from Saint-Gobain Oil & Gas

Flexible and corrosion resistant FIBRAFLEX® metallic fibers are used to increase shock resistance of cement plugs.  As an example, these metallic fiber plugs are placed at the bottom of an oil wellbore for sidetracking a new wellbore. [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Hardened / Heat Treated
  • Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes
  • Type: AlloySteel
  • Features: Continuous, Centrifugal or Other Casting Process; Corrosion Resistant; Shock Resistant