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Heat Treat Information - temperatures

Heat Treat Information - temperatures

Heat Treat Information - temperatures

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http://www.evenheat-kiln.com/manuals/manuals.htm

The following information is from the Evenheat web site with their permission.

General Heat Treating Data for Various Metals
 

 

Steel Type  

Rockwell
Hardness  
Hardening
Temperature 
Hardening
Time 
Temper
Temperature  
Temper
Time  
  D2 Tool Steel 58 RC 1880°F 15 min. 500°F 2 hrs.
2 times
  D2 Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1880°F 15 min. 1200°F 2 hrs.
1 time
  154CM S.S. 58 RC
61 RC
1900°F 15 min. 400°F for 58 RC
275°F for 61 RC
2 hrs.
2 times
  154CM S.S. Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1900°F 15 min. 1200°F 2 hrs.
1 time
  440C S.S. 58 RC 1880°F 15 min. 375°F 2 hrs.
1 time
  440C S.S. Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1880°F 15 min. 1100°F 1 hr.
1 time
  CPM 440V S.S. (S60V) 58 RC 1950°F 30 min. 300°F 2 hrs.
2 times
  CPM 440V S.S. Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1950°F 30 min. 1100°F 2 hrs.
1 time
  ATS-34 S.S. 58 RC
61 RC
1900°F 15 min. 400°F for 58 RC
275°F for 61 RC
2 hrs.
1 time
  ATS-34 S.S. Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1900°F 15 min. 1200°F 2 hrs.
2 times
  Vascoware & Cru-ware 1950°F 30 min. 1000°F 2 hrs.
3 times
  Boye Dendritic S.S. 1880°F 30 min. 400°F 1 hr.
2 times
  440A S.S. 1880°F 15 min. 212°F 2 hrs.
1 time
  CMP420V 2150°F 10 min. 400°F 2 hrs.
2 times
  A-2 1800°F   500°F 2 hrs.
2 times
  01 Tool Steel 1500°F 10 min. or until non-magnetic, oil quench
(oil needs to be warm - 100 to 150°F)
Temper at 350°F for 2 hrs.
  Annealing 1650°F 30 min. 1650°F for 30 min. Shut off with
oven door closed. Leave in overnight.

NOTE: These figures are based on 3/16" thick material and should be altered to the thickness of the material being treated. (I.E. 1/8" thick material should be 8 to 10 minutes and 1/4" material should be near 20 minutes). The rule of thumb is 1 hour per inch of thickness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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