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16Mo3   ( 1.5415 )

    Grade :     16Mo3
    Number:     1.5415
    Classification:     Alloy special steel
    Density:     7.85   g/cm ³
    Standard:
    EN 10028-2: 2009 Flat products made of steels for pressure purposes. Non-alloy and alloy steels with specified elevated temperature properties
    EN 10222-2: 2000 Steel forgings for pressure purposes. Ferritic and martensitic steels with specified elevated temperature properties
    EN 10216-2: 2014 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. Technical delivery conditions. Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties
    EN 10217-5: 2002 Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes. Submerged arc welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties
    EN 10217-2: 2002 Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes. Electric welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties
    EN 10253-2: 2007 Butt-welding pipe fittings. Non alloy and ferritic alloy steels with specific inspection requirements
    EN 10273: 2007 Hot rolled weldable steel bars for pressure purposes with specified elevated temperature properties
    Equivalent grades:     Go here



Chemical composition %   of grade   16Mo3 (1.5415):   EN 10028-2-2003
C Si Mn Ni P S Cr Mo N Cu
0.12 - 0.2max   0.350.4 - 0.9max   0.3max   0.025max   0.01max   0.30.25 - 0.35max   0.012max   0.3


Mechanical properties of grade   16Mo3 (1.5415)

Nominal thickness (mm):   to 6060 - 100100 - 150150 - 250
Rm - Tensile strength (MPa) (+N)440-590430-580420-570410-570
Nominal thickness (mm):   to 250250 - 500
Rm - Tensile strength (MPa) (+QT)440-570420-550


Nominal thickness (mm):   to 1616 - 4040 - 6060 - 100100 - 150150 - 250
ReH - Minimum yield strength (MPa) (+N)275270260240220210
Nominal thickness (mm):   to 250250 - 500
ReH - Minimum yield strength (MPa) (+QT)265250


KV - Impact energy (J) transverse, (+N)+20°
27
KV - Impact energy (J) longitud., (+QT)+20°
50
KV - Impact energy (J) transverse, (+QT)+20°
34
KV - Impact energy (J) longitud., +20°
40


A - Min. elongation at fracture (%) longitud., (+QT)23
A - Min. elongation at fracture (%) transverse, (+N)20
Nominal thickness (mm):     to 4040 - 6060 - 100100 - 150
A - Min. elongation at fracture (%) (+N)24232219


Equivalent grades of grade   16Mo3 (1.5415)
Warning! Only for reference

USA
-
Germany
DIN,WNr
Japan
JIS
France
AFNOR
England
BS
Italy
UNI
Spain
UNE
Sweden
SS
Poland
PN
Czechia
CSN
Austria
ONORM
Inter
ISO
A204Gr.A
A204Gr.B
15Mo3
16Mo3
STBA12
15D3
1503-243B
240
243
15Mo3
16Mo3
16Mo3
2912
16M
15020
15Mo3KW
F26
P26
TS26


Mechanical properties
ReH Minimum yield strength / Mindestwert der oberen Streckgrenze / Limite d´┐Żelasticite minimale
Rm Tensile strength / Zugfestigkeit / Resistance a la traction
A Minimum elongation / Mindestwert der Bruchdehnung / Allongement minimal
J Notch impact test / Kerbschlagbiegeversuch / Essai de flexion par choc


Heat treatment conditions

+A Soft annealed
+AC Annealed to achieve spheroidization of the carbides
+AR As rolled
+AT Solution annealed
+C Cold drawn / hard
+CR Cold rolled
+FP Treated to ferrite-pearlite structure and hardness range
+I Isothermal annealing
+LC Cold drawn / soft
+M Thermo mechanical rolling
+N Normalized
+NT Normalized and tempered
+P Precipitation hardened
+PE Peeled
+QA Air quenched and tempered
+QL Liquid quenched and tempered
+QT Quenched and tempered
+S Treated to improve shearability
+SH As rolled and turned
+SR Cold drawn and stress relieved
+T Tempered
+TH Treated to hardness range
+WW Warm worked
+U Untreated

Alloy special steel   16Mo3 (1.5415)
Chemical composition , Equivalent grades , Standards, Properties , Hardness , Strength , Elongation

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