MIM-17-4 PH (heat treated)

MIM 17-4 PH (precipitation hardening grade) of stainless steel is used where a high level of strength and hardness is necessary.

It generally has better corrosion resistance than the 400 series stainless steels because of the low carbon content. A range of properties and hardness is achieved by modifying the aging temperature during heat treatment.

Compare to other 17-4 stainless steels: As Sintered H900 | H1100

Mechanical Properties

Material Alloy Tensile Strength   Yield Strength (0.2%)   Impact Strength   Macro (apparent)   Macro (apparent)   Micro-Indentation (converted)   Young's Modulus   Poisson's Ratio   Elongation   Process
PSI x 103
PSI x 103
ft lb
HRB
HRC
Rockwell
Gpa
Ratio
% in 25.4mm
Stainless Steel
172
158
100
-
33
40
190
0.29
6

Physical Properties

Material Alloy Density   Process
lb/in3
Stainless Steel
0.271

Composition

Stainless Steel
% MIM-17-4 PH (heat treated)
Iron (max) Bal.
Nickel (max) 3.0-5.0
Molybdenum --
Silicon 1.0 Max
Carbon .07 Max
Chromium 15.5-17.5
Cobalt --
Manganese 1.0 Max
Copper 3.0-5.0
Niobium .15-.45
Aluminum --
Magnesium --
Titanium --
Zirconium --
RoHS Compliant

 

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