605M36 Steel (EN16)
605M36 is a type of high-tensile steel commonly used in applications requiring high strength and toughness.
This steel grade has a relatively low carbon content, which provides good weldability. It is a British Standard alloy steel that contains elements such as chromium, molybdenum, and nickel to enhance its mechanical properties. Alloy equivalents include EN16 and SAE 4135.
- High tensile strength
- Good ductility
- Excellent toughness
- Readily machinable
Positive characteristics of 605M36 steel include high tensile strength, good ductility, excellent toughness, and resistance to wear and fatigue. It is often used to manufacture components for heavy-duty machineries, such as axles, gears, and shafts.
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