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"DC 669.14.018.298.3 :620.1 DEUTSCHE NORM March 1987 DIN 17 200 Supersedes November 1984 edition Steels for quenching and tempering Technical delivery conditions Vergitungsstahte; technische Lielerbedingungen ‘tn keeping with current practice in standards published by the lacernational Organization for Standardization (SO) a comma hhas been used throughout as the decimal markor See Explanatory notes for eannection with international Standard ISO 683 Part 1 published by the International Organiza tion for Standardization (ISO) and with EURONOAM 83-70 published by the European Casi and Stee! Community ‘The clauses and subclauses marked with a single dot @ give specifications which are to be agreed upon at the time of ordering. The subslovses merked with two dots @ ® give speuilicatione wii are upiivnel amd may be agreed upon atthe ame : product forms or einer testment conditions or are The masses of the siesis covered by thie standard have 5 Intended for partcler snpicatons. and iso DIN Been ealeuated faking the density ae 2.8Sha/ame A Standoras covering simiarstecls ave ised i the a “Oiner relevant starcards and documents" cause. § Designation and ordering BA] Note2, Hammer forged semi-finished product, for Tu 5.1. The standard designation for steel comalving with ad zarple blooms, sibs, billets and hammer {0'3¢4 tis standard, shall gue m the folowing order a8 finished products" and “steel bars", ang not az ~ te Mame of product (steel) i “hammer forgings and drop forgings = the number ofthis standard time of ordering. 1 Field of application 1 This standard appties to semi-finished products, e.9. blooms, slabs, billets, hot rolled wire, hot rolled or forged steel bars (round, square, hexagonal 2] octagonal and tat stel bars. TheinlormatonganinABpEnEINA shallappy thread EE] hot roti wide tats, EE] hotor sok od late shia and tp 3. @ Dimensions, permissible dimensional Lg _Deree foraeras and ator fofalaaey deviations and deviations of form EE] mace trom the statis sted in table 2. The nominal sizes, the permissible dimensional deviations 34] Tae treatment condone in which tne various produer The nominal sees, the permissible dimensional deviations 2] {etme concared canbe curled are shown in 8061-84 the rime of ordering reterence being mau if poe, 0 Bp] Cie pcestle surtece tinlctus are given i aubclouse: ‘the appropriate dimensional standards (see Appendix B). £2 | Note 1. DIN Standaros covering steels which are to meet, the some requirements regarding chemical compo- sition as given in tasle 2, but are supplied in other 1.2 In addition to the cequirements specified in this standard, the general techn cal delivery conditions for etee! and steei products given ir OIN17 010 shall apply unless otherwise specified in this stanaara, Steels for quenching ang tempering at efines in tnis standard are structural steels which, on the basis of their chemical composition, are suitable for hardening and whieh, in the quenched ard tempered condition, exhibit good toughness for 9 giver level of tensile strength. 2.2 Product forms The definitions given in EURONORM 79 shall apply for the product forme = where appicabie, the symbol indicating compliance: 2 Concepts the more stringent hardenability requirements specified 2.1 Steels for quenching and tempering ‘in subctause 7.3.8: AN TAKRAF Forcetecrnike Gmbh 2.3. Types of heat treatment The terminology used DIN 17 014 Part 1 shall spply tor the types of heat treatment referred to in thi standard 2.4 Equivalent diameter 4 Masses Nor material number identifying the steel able 21"; = where applicable, the symbol indicating compliance with the hardanability requirements o¢ specified in sub= clause 7.3.4 = share applicable, the code lottor identifying the trest- ment condition (gee subclause 7.2.1). 'Y DIN-Normenhett {QIN Standardization booklet) No. 3 Providesintormstiononhowthe designations and material numbers for steels are formed, Continued on pages 20.41, rage 2 DIN17 200 example ¥ Steel DIN 17 200 - 34Cr4V Steel DIN 17 200-1.7033V Example Steel DIN 17 200 -34Cr4HG Steel DIN 17 200-1.7033HG 5.2. The specifications given inthe relevant cimensional 8.2 gard shail apply for the stancard designation of the products 5.3. Theorder shall provide anyintormation necessery tor PGhear deseription of the required products including their 2eGition and the test methods to be epplied. In cases coreia ne designations as in subctauses §.1 and 5.2 are not waereate for this purpose, for example in he case af agree: aoe ane provided for in the clauses marked with ® 2nd Bee Recessary information shall be added to these esigtations. : 6 Classification into grades 61 Steel grades Gil This standard distingushes between unalloyed Siatty steels and unalloyed and alloy high-grade steels {bee EURONORM 201. High-grade steels are the following i imum kmpact values in the quenched and tempered canon (lor unelioyed stesls only those with an aver Seeearbon content of less than 0,50% by mass, i. not 18 Geso, Gm 50, CkS5, Cr55, Ck6O. Cm60 steels): = timing values of hardenabilty in the end quench test {tor unotloyed steels only those with an average c2rbon tortent exceeding 0.20% by mass. i.e, not for Ck22- Emz2, Ck25, Cm25, Ck30. Cm30 steels) = a more uniform response to heat treatment: = a limited content of oxidic inclusions; Tower permitted contents cf phosphorus and sulfur. jistinguished from quality steels by 6:2 The group of high-grade steels includes two series oi sel grades, ene for which only a maximum sulfur €on- Rhatat 003% by mass is spectied and the other specifying wregatlled sulfur content of 0,020 t0 0.035% by mass (see table 2). 2.9 © The choice of steel erade is at the purcheser's Siseretion. in making this choice, he may consult the manu: feeturer without ob¢ gation. 7 Requirements 7.4 Manufacturing process Tia The steelmaking process, the casting process and The process for sheping the product shall be at the manu faciurer's discretion. ee Inspecial cases, however, an agreement on this may Be made at the time af ordering 71.2 The steel shall be killed (not semi-kiled 3.2 Treatment condition and surface finish material on delivery 721 @@ Treatment consition The possible treatment conditions are as fisted in table 1 Te oo eenererse agreed at the time of ordering, the prod- ets shall be supplied in the untreated condition. Note. Not all materials, produet forms and sizes can be sup- lied im the untreated condition, 7.2.2 @@ Special surface finish TW agreed at the time of ordering the products shallbe pro- Vided with one of the following surface finishes: = hot formed and pickled: = hot formed and abrasive blasted, T Gther surface finishes {inthis case the details shall be agreed). 72.3. Separation by casts Within one consignment, the products shall be separated by casts. 7.3. Chemical composition, mechanical proper {ids maximum hardness and hardenability Table 1 summarizes the usual combinations of heat tre8. Table donations of the material on delivery. product forms ret cquirerments regarding chemical composition, mechan a eoperties, maximum hardness and hardenabiity. Un- iege otherwise agreed, the requirements given in column 7 USrtoble 1 shall apply for the relevant heat treatment condi eae he material on delivery and the perticular product forrn. fee For ordering to requirement class H. which only Spplies to high-grade steels, untess the products are to be saeinred in the quenched and tempered condition, the seperrements regerding hardenabilly specified in table 4 ‘shall also apply. 7.34 Table 2 shall apply for the chemical composition determined by the cast nels. 7.3.2. Thespecifications given in table 3 (see aso footnote 3 THidbte 11 shall epply forthe permissible devietions of the TRating values applicable to the cast analysis (ee table 2) trom ine results of the product analysis. 7.3.3. Thevelves specified in tables 7. 8 and 9 hell 2PH Totest pieces in the “quenched and tempered” of "norma (cS neat treatment conditions, which have been teken and veempered in accordance with figures 3 or 4 and § and able It (see also footnote 3 to table ‘As a guide tothe use of the stees, table 13 gives asummary AF andininimum yield stress values ofsteeisinthe quenched era tempered condition for the various diemeter ranges. 7.2.4 The values specified in table 4 for the end auench Zeki ban generally be assumed as applying tustecis covered Births standard under the test conditions #5 given in table 1. fee if the valves specified in table 4 are to apply a8 2 srecinemnt the coce letter H shall be added tothe symbol She material number for the steel when ordering 7.2.5 @e Norrower hardenability scatterbands may be Tidea ot the time of ordering, as specified in table 5 and Taiieea ig to tov and footnotes 1 and 2 to table 4. Where 2 soveemarcherdenability seatterband with respect to he Terre or lower limiting curve is required, the eters HM oF TEPstalt be appended to the symbol or material number fo the steel when ordering o © Yechnological propenies bas Weldabitity 's15 not possible to guarantee without reservation that the ‘are suitable for any ofthe various welding processes nute the behaviour of a steel during and alter welding s not only on the material, but also on the dimen. \d shape and an the manufacturing and service con. of the component (see aiso DIN 8528 Part I, 7.4.2 Machinabiity "Where improved machinabiltyis required (lor machining), cesrdecation should be given to those steels lor which @ "nsimum sulfur content is specilie, 12 In esses where conciticn G, characterized by the maximum hardness values given in table 6 not adequate ‘c7 nr0vding satisfactory machinabilty under the proposed eia2sining conditions, @ special heat treatment shall be agreed 7A Shearabitity 7.4.2.4 Under suitable conditions al steel grades speci ‘a this standard are shearable in the softened conc », the unalloyed steels deing also shearable in the sued condition (Nh JIAZ CAB, ChA5, CmAS, C50, Ck50, CmS0, C55, 425, CmSB, CBO, CkEO. Cm60. 28Mn8, 32Cr2. 2, 38Cr2, 38CrS2, 4BCr2, ABCIS2, 28Cré, 4, 3aCr4, 34erS4, 37Crs, 37CS4 A1Gr4, 2-1, 25 CrMo 4, 25 CrMo$ 4, 34 CiMo 4, 34 CrMoS 4 94 and 42 CiMoS 4 stens are also shearable uncer conditions in the “treated for shearabilty” con- 1). if they conform to tne maximum harcness valves sed in table 6. “A 22, Ck22, Cm22, C28, C2, Cm26, C30, 130, C35, Ck 35, Cm35, 640, Ck40 and Cm a0 also shearable inthe untreated condition under » conditions. nase of C45, CkaS and Cm45 steels, for sizes of + and larger, sheorabiity in the untreated condition assumed under suitable conditions 2© Grain size {Fon grain steel” has bean ordered, the grain size indices by tha austenite as determined on the basis of DIN 5060} Shai be not less than 6, 5 9 @ Non-metallic inclusions «a airements regarding the degree of cleanness (apa 3 or oxidic non-metallcinclusions) determined micro scopically as specified in DIN 50602 have been agreed “hen ordering high-grade stect., the values given in ttle 10 all apply for the eharscterisic, K, of the particular cast. 17 oe condition ivements regarding the nternal condition of tee ‘0's, based, for example. on non-destructive lesting, y Se agreed at the time of exdering “3 Surface quality 2a General LE The products shall have a smooth surlace appro: 2 t9 the forming process used. For the requirements ng the surface quaity of sheet and wice Hats, the sch vations in Stafil-€isen'Leferdedingungen (on 308 1291 delivery conditions) 071 shall apply. Femoval of surface delects by welding is permsted th the approval of the purchaser or his representative 01N17200 Page 3 7.8.2 @© Permissible depth of cracks and skin decarburization Ut may be agreed at the time of ordering that » specilied depth of crack and/or depth of skin decarburzation shall not be exceeded Specification of tne permissible crack depth, in the case of Steel bars and rods af circular cross section shall be in accordance with StehtEisen-Lieterbedingungen O58. (at present at the stage of drat). 78.3. @@ Suitability for bright drawing Suitability for bright deawing may be agreed at the time of ‘ordering in the case of stee! bars and rods, 8 Testing 81 General ‘The manufacturer shall inspect the quality of his production in such @ manner as he considers appropriate and ah his ‘own resporsibiliy, with such measures 28 he considers ste ble, in he light of the requirements specified in clause 7 @@ The issue of & document as specified in DIN 5004S covering tests af materials carried out at the manufacturing works oF by independent inspectors, may be agreed at he time of ordering 82 @@ Materials testing certificates issued by the manufacturing works 8.2: If a test report (DIN 50049 ~2.2) is tobe issued in accordance with agreements made at the time of ordering, this report shall specify the results of the east analysis forall the elemenis listed in table 2 for the relevant steel grades. 8.2.2 Ifa manuiacture’s test certificate (DIN 50049 - 2.3) is to be issued, ihe required tests shall be agreed. The document shall give the following details 4) the results of thecast anatysis for allthe elements listed in table 2 for the relevant steel grade: ) the results of the ogreed tests; eh ite rance test pieces have been tested inthe normal- ied or quenched and tempered cancion, the type of heat treatment used. issued by independent inspectors Such documents shall be issued on the basis of Acceptance inspection, © The requicea tests or he tests required to comply with ficial regulations and the appropriate codes of practice shall be agreed © itmne acceptance inspection snot to becartied out by the works expert, the body carrying out the acceptance: inspection or the expert concerned shall be nominated. The document shall give the following cetois, 43) the information referred to in subclause B.2.2, items 2 b) the mark identifying the inspector. 8.4 Scope of test programme, sampling, Preparation of samples and test procedure 8.41 Chemical composition, hardness, mechanical properties and hardenabilty Where these tesishaverto be carried out the test concitions specilieg in table 11 shall apply. (#0 Subsequent testing of the mechanical properties on folerence test pieces in the normalizes or quenched ang tempered condition may be agreed at the time of ordering. Page4 DIN17200 The dimensions of the test pieces to be normalized or quenched and tempered shall be egreed. 84.2 @@ Grain size {I verification of the austenite grain size has been agreed at the time of ordering, one test piece per cast shal be tested. Unless otherwise agreed at the time of ordering, sampling described in OIN 50601. and the cuench grain size dé ‘mined, Unless otherwise agreed at the time of or hardening for determination of the quench grain size shall, be carried out as follows: = in the case of steels with a lower of less than 0.35%: heating 10 (880 10)C, for $0 minutes, with sub- sequent quenching in water ~ inthe case of steels with a lower limit of earbon content ‘of not less than 0.35%: heating to (850+10)°C, for 80 minutes, with sub- ‘sequent quenching in water. In cases of dispute, pretreatment shall be carried out at 150°C, for 30 minutes, with subsequent coating in produce a standard initial condition. 8.4.3 Non-metallic inclusions IN 50602 shall apply for testing for rion-metallic incla- 8.4.4 © Internal conditi Incases where testing of the products fr their internal con- dition e.g. by ultrasonics) has been agreed. but the testing procedure has not been specified, the scope of test pro- ‘gramme, test conditions and test eiteria shall be let tothe manufacturer's discretion, 5 @@ Surface defects Unless otherwise agreed at the time of ordering, the method of testing products for surlace detects, he scope of {est programme and the test criteria shall be left to the ‘manufacturer's diseretion, 8.4.6 @@ Skin decarburizaticn Normally, for deterrining the depth of skin decerburiza tion, sufficient sharp-edged polished sections shall be pre pared from products in the as delivered condition in accord: ance with DIN 50182, and etched and examined microscopi- cally. The scope of test programme, unless otherwise agread at the time of ordering, shal be ieft to the manufzc- turers ciseretion. Note, The depth of decarburization for the purposes of this Standard is understood to mean the depth of the zone with no carbon plus % of the depth of the zone ‘with a reduced carbon content, 7 © Visual examination and dimensional inspection Uniess otherwise agreed at the time of ordering, the pro- ‘cedure lor visual examination and dimensional inspection shal be left to the manulacturer’s discretion 84.8 Retests ‘The specifications given in DIN 17 010 shall apply. 9 Marking 98.1 The manufacturer shall mark the products oF the bundles or packets, as far as possible in compliance with DIN 1599, so thatitis possible to identity the cast, thegrade of steel and the source of the consignment . 9.2. Ifthe consignments are to be accompanied by docu- ments covering acceptance inspection, the marking shall ‘additionally include the test piece number and the inspec- tor's mark. 9.3. @@ Any further requirements with regerd to the marking of the products may be agreed at the time of ordering. 10 Heat treatment Guideline values for the temperstures during heat treat- ment are given in table 12. Figure 6 gives information on the effect of the tempering temperature on the characteristics determined in the tensile test. iin the course of further processing, for example in order {0 obtain lower internal stresses. itis necessary to coo! slowly after tempering, areduction in the impact values may ‘occur, particularly in steels not containing molybdenum, 11 Complaints V1.1. Under current law, warranty claims may only be raised against defective products if the defects impair their prec: tssing and use to ® more than negligible extent, This shall, apply unless otherwise agreed at the time of ordering, 11.2 tis normal and practical forthe purchaser to give the ‘supplier the opportunity to judge whether the complaints ‘are justified, if possible by submitting the product objected to oF samples of the products supplied. 0IN17200 Pages Ck CO cms 0,2) 1 55 ! 2% = 5 £ = 45) 2 : 4g 35H 30) ett 25} a) SEEEHE! b) 201 HN o 5 0 5 20 05 09 5 0 8 0 8 30 35 Distance from quenched end face, in mm ——e 10) 70 65 65 60 60H SH ES Hy g SOR ! sore = = £45 £45 249 3 40 x 35) 30 30) 25 25,5 c) 204 L @ 20Lt 0 6 0 Distance from quenched end face, in mm ——e Figure 1. Scatterbands for Rockwall € hardness determined by the end quench test (he curves shown io figures ta to Tk are provisional) 1 See atco tabi 5 41 It should be noted that. when tha hardness test indentations are at Imm intervals and with hardness values of fess than, SOHRC. there is interaction between the indentations Page 6 10) Hardness, in HAC 5 & 8 A a Hardness, in HRC RB 65 & 8 9) 20) 0 For") IN17 200 5 0 8 30 3 Hardness, in HRC —e 30 25] 1120 o 5 0 S 20 2% 3 35 Distonce from quenched end face, in mm ——e 28 Mn 6: = itg caves ZL, Reston with ed tte ope: ting cme 8D") J +) The restricted hardenabilty er Saute ta spot RSS mconto tweet enimaneonyy) | Gears ae quenched end bands should be taken for guidance. “s 0 6 0 5 3 3 OW 45 50 55 Distance from quenched end face, in mm ——e 1d", see page 5. + wu uy 298) pus paysuant wos; souersig ss os sy ys Ste ee = tu uy 290) pa paysvany wos souersig ss or sf oF 2 ow so oO 7 os so 0 oz 4 02 SL DIN17 200. 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Figure 2, lustration of terms associated with sampling Round cross sections") upto 25mm; _ | over 25mm up to and including 100 mm: 4 over 100 mm: 2 eX a) ‘Square and rectangular eross sections") Juding 100 mmm; 2 over 100mm: bsa*) a over 25 mm up to and 2 up t0 25mm; bse ose") res 5 “a | $ RY iret ten pee *) The éistanee ofthe test crcss section from the end face of the product shall be atleast equal to the distance from the surface of the product, VHB does not exceed 25 mm, the centre line of the test piece shall be at * & v Figure 3. Location of tensile and impact test pieces of round, square ond rectonguler ross sections Page 12 DIN17200 3 =s00em _ b= comm, Ee Product | 1 ° ‘Over [_ Product a length { a £ +8" j_Overtenathn 2 + ok he In the ease of ste requirements regarding the impact energy, the width of the sample section hall be sic npect test pieces tobe tekeninthelongitudinal Figure 4. Location of sample sections (A or B} in the case of flat products with width b smaller than 600 mm and B not less ‘than 600mm Postion of longitucinel axis Type ottest | F*SEYCE | of test piece relative to main panne canines a oni roling direction or produet widths mm | <600mm | 2600mm mm Unmachined rolling king a = LL. either or Tensile test) Longitudinal | Tansverse a >30 | | 8 Unmachined rolling skin Impact test (noten perpendicular | >10 | Longitusinat | Transverse a | 3 to rolling skin) iS [Round test pieces may also be used at the manufacturer's discretion, Figure 5. Location of test pieces 10 be taken trom flat products tive to product thickness and main rolling direction ~ ‘Yield strength and tensile strength, in N/mm? Figure 6 1600: C22, ce2] (Cis. CkIS] [C,H] [Cs cnIs] [evo ceo 1400] nd'Cm22-] and'Cm 254 | and'tm 30+] | and‘Cn 351 fond cm «0 Average | Average =| 1200} ane ane ae for about | for abou 40007 SB 3 | 00am 800} 500 =| fos 0 [= 200 Po {00 es ches 1¢00|and ‘en $5 1200} 1000} 800} 600) 400 200 a Io 550, 600 650 550 600 650 550 600 650580 600 650550 600 650550 600 650550 600 650 600 rere an oof 34 crse 200 3 (C60, CkaD and Cr 60 Wer band US$ Ber Zand] 32052 Werdans 380152 E en crb and MGSi— TSciMol | 25 rH | aU ErHo Lal 34 Cros 4 01N17200 Page 13 Tis ches and Cm 45 C50, C50 ‘and in 50 80 60 ko = 20 0 1 0 350 600 §50'550 600 650550 600 650550 600 650°5S0 600 650550 600 650550 600 650 16 Zend] 460rS2: 7B rand BCS ¢ lg0 = apt “oe = pos “trot a] Fsocmee] $ A2rWos 2 Elongation 0 i} 0 550 600 650550 600 650 550 600 650550 600 650.550 600 650550 600 650550 600 650 OO scr 1400) 1200 1000) 800, 600} 400 700 [x crvivo8| fsacrvimos) [socrve ] [ocréov 9] 40 420 ot - = 0 550 600 650550 600 650550 600 650550 600 650550600 650 Tempering temperature, in Tensile strength = Yiela strength = Reduetion in area += Elongation atter fracture Guideline values srowing the influence of the tempering temperature on the characteristics determined in the tensile test (average values for a eross section of about 60mm in diameter) Page 0IN17200 9q ueus 6 20 8 ‘La ssoupiey oul “y ueg 19 vs pay:oads 51 uorsnax9 pjoo pue Buipeay plod r ‘onpoud au “sase9 yns wy ‘s9ps0 a4) Ut en _ podwoi - ‘Lage x | «x | x a poe papel | 9 x f- |x] - " pazyewon | s Sores! 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Amounts by which the chemical composition in the product analysis may devia specified for the cast analysis in table 2 {applies to products which, when supplied, have cross sections of up to 10.000 mn inthe case af unalioyed steels ‘or cross sections up to 62500 mm! in the case of alioy steels} 01N17200 Page 17 com the limiting values Maximum permissible content Pew issible deviations in the product analysia from the limiting values Elament in the east analysis specified for the cast analysis!) % by mass % by mass. 5 S055 0.02 >055 S085 0.03 si £0.40 0,03) fia $1.00 0.04 > 1,00 51/85 0.05 P $0,085 0,005, A 3 $0,045 (0,005 a $2.00 0.05 > 2,00 $2170 0,10 rs 50,20 0,03 >0,30 S050 0104 wf $2.00 0.05 >2,00 £220 0.07 v 020 0.02) "YH several product analyses are to be carried out, the deviations shown by an element within one cast shall Conty above the upper limit or below the lower limit of the range specified for the cast analysis Page 18 DIN17200 Table 4. Limiting values of Rockwell C hardness determined in the end quench test!) *), 2) snd 4 (hardness values not given in this table can be obtained trom figures 13 to 1w) el grade Havanese, in HRC, Coe Limits of me trom quenched end face, in mm, of ymnai | Mate | P3ceraiy is Matera! | scatterband | y | 213] 4] 5] 6] 7] 8] 9 [10] 11] 19] 15|20|25] 30 GBH | Laver | Marron | 55] 57 [55] 59 40 [av fae |r |26 27 [26 [25 ]26 [25 [20 — Gmase) | taveos) | Minimum [4s [40 33 [24 |22 |20[ - |-|—|-|— |= | |~ |= | - e408) | 4.11065) | Maximum —]60]60/59]57 [59 |<7 [3030 [31 [30 |20 [2 [27 26 [25 [20 Emaoe) | avegs) | wnimum [st [as [35 |27 |25 [24 [25 |22 [21 |20 | — | - |- | |- | - CeAS8) | 1.11918) | wonimom —]62 61 |r [60] 57 [51 [44 [37 [30 [20 [32] 31 [30 29 [28 27 Emase) | 112018|_| Minimum [55 |s1 [a7 [30 [20 [27 |26 [25 [2a [2a |22 |21 |20| — | - | — CkE08) | 1.12068) | Maximum |62 62st [60]6 | 56 [50 [a9 [36 35 [3e (33 [32 [51 [29 [20 Gmsoe | ttzers} | Minmum — [se sa [ea 24 [31 |30|30 [20 [26 |27 [26 |25 ]24|23 |20| — Gk555) | 1.12035) | Maximum ]os oe [63 62 [50 |57 [2 [45 37 [36 [35 [34 |33 [52 [30 [20 Gmsse_| 112098) | Minimum |e 55 |47 |37|33|32 31 |30]|29 [28 |27 [26 |as |2¢ |22 |20 ‘ck 608) | 1.12218) | Maximum ]67 [66/65 [63 [52 [59 |s¢ [47 [30137 |36 [35 [24 [3 [a1 [20 emeoe) | 1122381 _| tinmum [eo 57 [so [30 [as [33 [32 [a1 [30 20 [26 |27 |26 |25 [23] 21 }) @@ Forthe unalloyed steels (except 28 Min 6 steel). tthe following distances from the quenched end face. a restrie- table 5) may be (6k 35, Cm35, Ck40, Cm 40, CkAS and Cm45, at 4mm; (Ck 50, CmS0, CkSS, CmS5, Ck60 and CmE0, et Smm. H necessary, a similar agreement may additionally be made in each case for 8 distance of 1mm from the end face. Ifa restriction in the hardenabilty seatterband with respect te the upper limiting curve is required, the letter symbol HH and the associated distance from the end face, x, ie. HH 4 or HH 5, shall be specified inthe order: ita restriction in the hardenabilty eeatterband with respect tothe lov quired, the letter symbol HL and the associated distance from the end face, Le. HL4 or HLS, shall be specified inthe order. If at the same time the restriction is e!s0t0 apply at a distance of 1mm frem the end face, the digit 1 shall precede digit 4 of 5, je. HL14 or HLIS. 2) @@ For the alloy steels and steel! 28MIn6, resicicted hardenability scatterbends in comparison with the original scatterband determined in the end quench test, ie. restricted with respect to the upper limiting curve or the lower limit- ing curve (ee figures 1g to 1w, may be a ion in the hardenabilty seatterband with respect tothe upper limiting curve is require, the letter symbol HH shall be specified in the order; andif restriction inthe hardenability scatterband with respect ta the lower limiting curve is required, the letter symbol HL shall speci- 3d in the order, 2) @@ Within the context of the conditions specified, pa ‘quench test may be greed at the time of ordering. 4) See Explanatory notes. +) The limiting values of Rockwell C hardness are to be regarded as provisional for this ste icular characteristic values for the hardenabilty in the end DIN17200 Page 19 Tabie 4. (continued) Mardness, in HAG, Bleek ceed Limits of at a distance from quenched end face, in mm, of oeiay | Datdenablity Symbol oumber_| Seterend 15] 3 | 5 | 7 | 9 [11/19/15] 20]25]90/95| 40 | 45 | 50 Maximum =| 85 [54151 | 48 | 44 | 41 (38 [35/31 129 27 [26] 25 | 25 | 24 zannss | 111705 | Minimum [4s es j7|27|21|~|-[-|-(-|-|-| — | — | — 38Gr2) [4.702051 | asim [7 [55°52] 87 [a1 [37 95 |95|30[28|25] 25] a2 | 2 | 20 zecis2% | 170215) | Minimum zrf2afoo] |=] -[- |= |=] = | 2 | 2 F259} | 7.7003 5) | Masimam 49 [43 [3937 /38[92]30|27 [25] 24 | 23 | 22 aecs25 | 170238 | Minimum 29 |25|22[an|-|- [=| || — |< | = 46°29) | 1.70085) | aximum 37/83 [47 [42 [38]26]33 [3231] 30] 29 | 29 asas2e) | 1.70255) | Minimum |54|49|40|32| 28/25 |23|22|20|—-|-|-| - | ~ | — 2 Gr 45) | ~4.70305) |“ waximum [53/62/51] 40] 45| 42] 29 |36]23|30| 28 |28| 27 | 27 | 2 zscsas | 1.70365) | Minimum | 45 |23|39|20|25]22|20]-|-|-|-|-| — | — }— acral 17083 | Maximum |57)57 [86] 54) 52] 9 |46 | 44/0 [a7 [35 |34| 32 | 32 | ot dacs 17037 | Minimum | 49 |48 | 48 |41|35| 32| 29 [27/2321 |20/-| — | — | — ‘aera 1.7034 | Maximam | 58]58 | 58/57| 58 [52/60] 48/42] 39|37 [3] 35 | 34 | 33 ess 17038__| Minimum | 51|80| 48 | 44] 39|36 [23 |31|26| 24 |22|20| — | — | — ated 1.7035 | Maximum —]61]61| 60/89] 5855/54 |52/45 | 4240 |38] 37 | 36 | 35 a10s4 17039 imum _|53/2|50] 47 | 41] 37 ]34|33| 20|26|23/21| — | — | — 25CrMo4 | 1.7218 | maximum [52/62|51/s0| «a | <5] 43 |41| 3735/83/32] 31] 31 | at 25crmos4_| 4.7213 | Minimum | 4443] 40] 37] 34 | 32|29|27| 29/21/20] | — | — | — 34GrMo 4 [4.7220 | “Maximum | 87 87) 57] 58] 88 |5«]53|52]40/45]4a]a1] 40] 40] 30 3acimos4 | 17226 | minimum | 49| 49) a0 36|34{30|28]27|26| 25 | 24 | 24 42CiMo¢ | 1.7225 | ttaximum [61 [61/61 59/58] s6[s3]s1| aa] «7 | 46 | 46 azcimosa | 17227 | Minimum | 53|53| 52 40|37|34|32| 31] 30] 30 | 29 | 29 17228 | Maximum [65/6564] 64) 63}63|63|62/61|60/s8|57| a5] 5a | ba Minimum | $8 [58] 57 | 55| 54] 63 |51 | 4a) 45/41/39/30| 37 | 36 | 36 Maximum [58] 59|58| 68[ 57 | §7]57/ 58] 55/54 |53| 52] 51] 50] 49 Minimum | §1| 80] 49] 29] 4a] ¢7| 45 |45| 43/41 |39|36| 36 | 34 | 33 Maximum | 58] 58 57/59 | 87 | 57/57/57] 57 | 87 | 57 Minimum _ | 60] 60 48 [48/48] 47|47/ 47) 46 | 45 | 44 Maximum | 86] 86 35 |85/ 55] 58] 5a] 5s] 5¢ | 54] 54 Minimum | 48 48 48/48) 47/47 | 47 | 46/48] 45/45] 44) 44 | 43| 43 ‘Maximum | 65) 65/64/64) 63] 63/63/62] 62/62]61] 60] 60 | 58] 5a Minimum _ | 57| 56| 56] 55] 63] 52|50| 48| 44] 41] 37/35) 34 | 33 | 32 Maximum | 85] 86] 55|'s6) 56/56/55] 55] 54/59] 52/51) 60| 40] aa Minimum | 48 | 48] 47} 47/ 46 | 46 | 45] 44/47] 39] 38) 37] 38 | 35 | 35 50 CrMo 4 36 crime 4 | 1.6517 34crNiMo6 | 1.6582 30 cenit 8 | 1.6580 soci 4 1.8189 30crMev9 | 1.7707 3) See page 18, Page200IN17200 ‘Table §. Possible restriction of the hardenability scatterbands at one or two distances In the case of unolloyed steels") ym the quenched end faces crm | Mat ; ; : 3) See footnote 1f0 table 4, ‘ 0IN17 200 Page 21 Table 8. Maximum hardness for products supplied in the “treated for shearabilty* condition (C) and “softened” condition (6) Column Na. Column No. 1 | 2 2 | 4 1 2 2 | 4 aera Tima Sina parca eee Tasimum Bini arenas Material | reseteemae softened Materiat | weatetorster-| softened Srmiot | umber | sutyeumio | comes, Symbol | ‘number | atityceain | condition re Toaae a6 G2 77008 Ck 22 1.1151 W 158 46 CrS 2 1.7025 ee _ Gm 22. 4.1149 28 Cra 7.7030 C25 1.0406 28 Crs 4 1.7036, ae 2 ce 2s 1158 no] 86 aera 77033 cm 25 4.1163 3401S 4 4.2037 ane a8 €30 1.0528 37 Cr 4 4.2034 | .: Ge 30 1a 4 170 Hess tose 255 2s fe 30 1.1178 a1Cr4 1.7035 C35 11,0501 A1 Crs 4 41.7039 aoe 4 ce as vet ” 183 26 crviod | 17218 cee | tae Boues, | Tee | ae [an Geto] ites | wor | [3eGMoa [17220] 355 | aa Cm 40 4.1189 a — C45 1.0503 aaeriiele spree (2552) 241 ce. vests r zor a2cnmese | 17227 coe aoa 50 Grito 4 | 1.7228 a 28 3 aes 35 CwNitiod| 1.8611 a 2a Ge 50 1208 255 a7 24 CrNitto 6] 1.6582 31 2a Cm s0 viger 30-Crvinto@ | 1.6580 3 228 C56 1.0535 socive | 19169 3 248 cess 1.1203 255 229 30.CrMov 9 | 1.7707 zl 248 cms 153203, : ce 1.0601 ") See subciause 7.4.3.3. oot Aza ane) am 4) Softening of these steels may be necessary, as a func. m0 4.1223 ” ion ot charicl eometion andthe Sens, ps Zann6_| 1.1170 2B 2 ularly when the hardenebilty seatterbandis restricted 32cr2 | 1.7020 os 1e7 wth respect tothe upper laniting cue 32.18 2 4.7021 * 3) @@ _In.cases where the shearability is of importance, 38 cr2 | 17008 this ste! should be orderedin the settened conaition 38 Crs 2 1.7023 ans ome Page 22 DIN17200 Tobie 7. 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Mechanical properties of unalloyed steel long products in the normalized condition Steel grade Diameter Minimum Tensile strength | Minimum elongation yield strength after fracture Materi (0.2% proot stress) (y= 5de) Symbot_ | number mm Niemen? Nome? * 22. 1.0402 Soa 4.9802 | over 16 upto 40 235 41010 $20 2 cas 1.0801 Cas 4.1181 | Over 16 up to 100 275 480 10 640 2 cm35 4.1180 cas 1.0503 kas 1.1181 | over16 up to 100 335 580 t0 740 7 Gmas 41201 css 1.0535 kgs 1.1203 | Overt6 up to 100 360 660 10 830 15 mss 11209 ceo 1.0601 ck60 1.1221 | overt6 up to 100 380 690 to 880 1“ Gm6o 41223 DIN17200 Page 25 Table 7. 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DIN17200 Table 9, Mechanical properties of unalloyed steel flat products in the normalized condition Ee ees eee symbot | Materiat 2 ; . * ae om wi ee ee Table 10. tepplies to oxicie non-metal Stee! bars Integrated characteristic K Diameter @ (onten forthe warous casts 140