MIM-17-4 PH (as sintered)

MIM 17-4 PH (precipitation hardening grade) of stainless steel offers a good balance between corrosion resistance and strength. It is magnetic and hardenable to various strength levels by varying the aging heat-treating temperature.

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. It is often used for aircraft, dental, marine, medical, and surgical industries. 

Compare to other 17-4 stainless steels: Heat Treated | 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
130
106
100
-
27
-
190
0.29
6

Physical Properties

Material Alloy Density   Process
lb/in3
Stainless Steel
0.271

Composition

Stainless Steel
% MIM-17-4 PH (as sintered)
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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Last updated 09.28.2020