The 4140 is a low alloy steel grade that is used in numerous industries. A 4140 Round Bar is designed with a chemical composition of chromium, manganese, carbon, silicon, molybdenum, sulfur, phosphorus, and iron. The superior content embedded in these bars gives them good corrosion resistance properties and have a higher fatigue strength. The AISI 4140 Round Bar is manufactured in a uniform circular cross-sectional area. These bars provide stability and strength to different applications. The bars have good abrasion and impact resistance due to their enhanced toughness.
The SAE 4140 Round Bar is a pressurized grade that is seen in high-pressure and elevated temperature applications. These bars have a density of 7.85 g/cm3 and have a melting point of 1416 degrees C. AISI 4140 Steel Bar has outstanding ductility and should be preheated before they are welded in place following standard welding procedures. The versatile bars are quality assured and possess superior mechanical properties. The AISI 4140 Bar is designed with a minimum tensile strength of 655mpa with a minimum yield strength of 415mpa. These bars have a hardness of 197 Brinell max while showcasing elongation at a break of 25.70%. The 42crmo4 Rod is a thin straight grade that can be easily quenched or tempered. These rods are generally designed in square, circular, rectangular, and hexagonal cross-sections and can be availed in different sizes as per customer needs.
The AISI 4140 Flat Bar as the name suggests is designed in a flat shape. These bars are designed in a rectangular cross-sectional area. These bars are very swift in their working and are seen in structural and mechanical applications. The AISI 1.7225 Square Bar is designed in a square cross-section. These versatile bars are very stiff and have excellent performance. They have good machinability and are seen in manufacturing units, repairing different components, and general assembly systems.