Product data for Sanbar 20 hollow drill steel
Sanbar 20 is a high strength chromium-molybdenum steel with high fatigue strength and excellent wear resistance in the as-rolled condition.
Sanbar 20 is used for integral drill steels, pilot rods and tapered rods.
|Proof strength Rp0.2
|Tensile strength Rm
|850 (123)||1300 (189)||37-43 HRC|
The maximum permissible decarburization depth is 0.20 mm (0.008 in.) on the outer surface and 0.10 mm (0.004 in.) on the inner surface.
Machining may require prior annealing.
Induction heating to 1000–1100°C (1830– 2010°F), 10–20 seconds. Cooling in air. Forging range 1100–850°C (2010–1560°F).
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Annealing (induction heating) 850–900°C (1560–1650°F). Cooling in air.
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Normalizing (induction heating)
950–1050°C (1740- 1920°F). Cooling in air. Hardening of shank end (through hardening). Read more about shank end hardening of Sanbar 20
Induction heating to 1000–1100°C (1830- 2010°F). Forced cooling in air or oil.
Recommended hardness 50 HRC, temperature appr. 500°C (930°F)/0.5 hours. Tempering within one hour after hardening.