4130 vs 5140

4130 vs 5140

4130 vs 5140 : what is the difference between 4130 steel and 5140 steel?

AToday we will discuss 4130 steel and 5140 steel.

BDistinguish from the type of steel, 4130 steel and 5140 steel are all alloy steels.?

AFrom the analysis of their content, their carbon content is 0.38%-0.43%?

BAnd the chromium content of 4130 steel is 0.80%-1.10%, while the chromium content of 5140 steel is 0.7%-0.9%.

A4130 steel can be used for structural tubing, bicycle frames, gas bottles for transportation of pressurized gases, firearm parts, clutch and flywheel components, and roll cages.

B5140 steel can be used for low and moderately stressed parts for vehicles, engines, and machines where a hard, wear-resistant surface is needed. Its hardness as surface hardened about 54 HRC. 5140 sheets of steel can also be for the marine engineering industry, chemical processing plants, boiler & pressure vessels, nuclear power plants, etc.?

ASo what is the difference between them??

B4130 steel has an excellent strength to weight ratio but is not easily welded, requiring thermal treatment both before and after welding to avoid cold cracking.

AI hope that customers should consider what kind of performance you need for the steel that you purchase and then buy on demand.

BBy the way, for 4140 steel, we can supply the round bar, steel flat bar, and plate.

ARectangular pieces can be cut from flat bar or plate to your specific sizes.

BThe above is about the difference between 4130 steel and 5140 steel. If you want to know more, you can visit our website:www.bandatgv.com

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