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Tool and Die Steel H13 bars are widely used in manufacturing due to their excellent thermal resistance and durability. The chemical composition of these bars is what makes them outstanding. H13 steel bars are composed of carbon, chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, and silicon. The carbon content enhances the bars' strength and toughness, while the chromium and molybdenum increase their resistance to wear and corrosion. Adding silicon enhances their ability to resist deformation and retain their shape at high temperatures. Finally, vanadium promotes grain refinement and enhances the bars' wear resistance. Combining these elements results in strong and durable Tool and Die Steel H13 bars that can withstand extreme conditions and heavy use.

H13 Tool and Die Steel Bars are widely used in manufacturing due to their exceptional properties. These bars have high heat, wear, and abrasion resistance, making them perfect for heavy-duty applications such as forging, extrusion, and die casting. Tool and Die Steel H13 Bars offer excellent machinability and toughness, making them ideal for producing intricate components and parts. Another important feature of these bars is their excellent hardenability, which means they can be heat-treated to achieve optimal hardness and durability. With their outstanding properties and versatility, Tool and Die Steel H13 Bars are invaluable for any manufacturing operation.

FAQ's for Tool and Die Steel H13 Bars

Tool and Die Steel H13 Bars can be tested using a Vickers Hardness Test, Brinell Hardness Test, Rockwell Hardness Test, Ultrasonic Testing or Magnetic Particle Inspection.

Grade H13 Tool & Die Steel bars can be identified by their hardness (33-37 HRc), toughness, and resistance to thermal fatigue.

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