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          S-7 Annealed

          Tool & Die Steel PRODUCT

          PACIFIC S7 has exceptional impact properties plus the highest hardenability of the shock resisting grades of tool steel. It also possesses good softening resistance at high temperatures which gives it hot work capabilities. Because of its unusual combination of properties, S7 is suitable for a wide range of tool and die applications. It is used for hot and cold shock applications, medium hot-work dies and medium-run cold work tools and dies.


          CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
          Heat Analysis - ranges and limits %

          C
          .50
          Mn
          .60
          Cr
          3.25
          Mo
          1.40

          FORGING:
          Heat to 1950/2050°F, do not forge below 1700°F.

          ANNEALING:
          Heat to 1500/1550°F and hold 1 to 4 hours depending on part size. Cool at a maximum rate of 25°F per hour to 950°F (cooling rate below 950°F is not critical). Typical annealed hardness is 187/223 HB.

          STRESS RELIEVING:
          Heat to 1200/1250°F for 1 hour minimum at temperature and cool in air.

          HARDENING:
          Preheat at 1200/1300°F. Austenitize at 1700/1750°F for 15 to 45 minutes and cool in air to harden (larger sections may have to be oil quenched for maximum hardness). Typical as quenched hardness is 60/61 HRC.

          TEMPERING (Drawing):
          Temper at 400/1150°F to an expected hardness of 45/57 HRC; 400/500°F is typical for cold working applications and 900/1000°F for hot working.

          TOUGHNESS:
          Resistance to fracture by impact at high hardness is often the reason for using S7. Results from Bethlehem, Crucible and Latrobe steel companies using unnotched, C-notched and V-notched Charpy impact tests show the same. There is a toughness peak reached by tempering in the range of 450/600°F with resulting hardnesses 55/57 HRC. Even higher toughness can be achieved by tempering above 1000°F. However, hardness will drop to approximately 50 HRC and lower as tempering temperature increases.


          Tempering Temperature oF
          Approximate Hardness, HRC
          AQ
          59/61
          400
          57/59
          500
          55/57
          600
          54/56
          700
          53/55
          800
          52/54
          900
          51/53
          1000
          50/52
          1100
          49/51
          1200
          37/39

          Shapes and Conditions Available
          Annealed Rounds through 8" Diameter
          SE? Flats & Squares from 1/2" through 3" Thickness

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