Article - 23 Oct 2001
420 is a higher carbon version of grade 410. When fully hardened it is the hardest of this family of stainless steels. Hardness is optimised at the expense of other properties. Typical applications...
Article - 19 Dec 2017
Using optical emission spectroscopy (OES) for measuring the ppm levels of contaminants, wear metals and additives in oil samples.
Article - 24 Jul 2009
Bonding plastics parts is increasingly recognized as a major problem in many assembly operations.
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Master Bond manufactures innovative, technologically advanced adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting and encapsulation compounds designed to meet specific application requirements.
Article - 2 Jan 2002
This article briefly outlines the chemical compositions and main applications for ferritic, duplex, martensitic and precipitation hardening grades of stainless steels.
Article - 26 Oct 2001
Grade 430 is a non-hardenable grade that combines good corrosion resistance, formability and useful mechanical properties. It is resistant to nitric acid making it useful in the chemical industry, but...
Article - 9 Jun 2001
Softening processes such as annealing and normalising, and hardening processes such as hardening, tempering, thermochemical processes, carburising, nitriding and boronising are all explained.