Rodasteel Corporation
  • Free-cutting steels
    • carburized
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        10SPB20

        Steel name

        10SPb20 - Nr.1.0722

        The most widespread carburized free-cutting steel; the addition of silicon guarantees the uniformity of the austenitic grain, while the limited percentage of sulfur allows a successful hardening treatment after carburizing.

    • not intended for heat treatment
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        11SMN30

        Steel name

        11SMn30 - Nr.1.0715

        Steel with the addition of sulfur only, with good machinability.

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        AVZ

        Steel name

        11SMn37 - Nr.1.0736

        Steel with the addition of sulfur only, in higher quantities than in 11SMn30; increased machinability at the expense of a slightly more accentuated fragility

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        LED108

        Steel name

        11SMnPb30 - Nr.1.0718

        Free-cutting steel with the addition of lead to increase chip removal productivity. It is the most common type in Germany. Good machinability.

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        PS113 TELYX

        Steel name

        11SMnPb37 - Nr.1.0737

        Free-cutting steel with the addition of lead similar to the previous one, but with a higher sulfur content. It is the most common type in Italy and France. Excellent machinability.The Telyx version has a further improved machinability with respect to PS113.

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        TELBY

        Steel name

        (11SMnPb30+Te+Bi) (Nr.1.0718)

        Steel with the addition of sulfur, lead, tellurium, and bismuth; allows a very high cutting speed of the tool with excellent finishes. Also has a particular cold deformability.

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        TELBYPLUS

        Steel name

        (11SMnPb37+Te+Bi) (Nr.1.0737)

        Steel similar to the previous one, but with a higher sulfur content; reaches the maximum levels of machinability, combining all of the advantages tied to productivity in a single product.

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        PR60

        Steel name

        28SMnPb28

        This steel is not unified in the standards. It is used when you want to obtain a mechanical resistance of circa 600 MPa, not achievable with other low-carbon free-cutting steels, while maintaining good machinability. Not suitable for heat treatments.

    • quenched and tempered
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        35S20

        Steel name

        35S20 - Nr.1.0726

        Steel with low carbon content and with the addition of sulfur for improved machinability.

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        46S20

        Steel name

        46S20 - Nr.1.0727

        Steel with the addition of sulfur only; the higher carbon content gives this quenched and tempered steel greater mechanical characteristics.

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        PR40

        Steel name

        (38SMn28+Se) - Nr.1.0760

        Free-cutting steel with an average carbon content; the addition of tellurium allows an even better machinability.

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        44SMN28

        Steel name

        44SMn28 - Nr.1.0762

        Free-cutting steel with sulfur only, with a high carbon content to obtain optimal hardness after tempering.

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        SAE1144PB

        Steel name

        44SMnPb28 - Nr.1.0763

        Steel with the addition of sulfur and lead; the special carbon content allows excellent hardness to be obtained after tempering.

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        PR80-SAE1137PB

        Steel name

        36SMnPb14 - Nr.1.0765

        Classic quenched and tempered free-cutting steel with the addition of sulfur and lead. The SAE1137Pb version, with the same composition, has a slightly higher temperability and is used for products delivered at the quenched and tempered state.

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        46S20PB

        Steel name

        46SPb20

        Steel with the addition of sulfur and lead; the higher carbon content gives this quenched and tempered steel greater mechanical characteristics.

  • Case Hardening steel
    • alloyed
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        RM16
        RM16Pb

        Steel name

        16MnCr5 - Nr.1.7131
        16MnCrS5 - Nr.1.7139

        Manganese and chromium steel suitable for small or medium-sized pieces.

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        RM20

        Steel name

        20MnCr5 - Nr.1.7147
        20MnCrS5 - Nr.1.7149

        Manganese and chromium steel with a content of alloy elements slightly higher than the previous type, suitable for large pieces.

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        RN0
        RN0Pb

        Steel name

        12NiCr3

        Steel with a low chrome, nickel, and carbon content. Suitable for small pieces. It has a good cold deformability at the globular annealed state.

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        RN2
        RN2Pb

        Steel name

        16NiCr4 - Nr.1.5714
        16NiCrS4 - Nr.1.5715

        Steel with the addition of chromium and nickel in higher quantities than RN0.  Used for pins and gears.

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        RN3

        Steel name

        20CrNi4

        Steel with the addition of chromium and nickel in higher quantities than RN0 and RN2.  Has a greater temperability, with higher surface and core characteristics.

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        RG2

        Steel name

        16NiCr11

        Steel that originated in the automobile industry, no longer present in the international standards. Thanks to its high nickel content, it is used for pieces that are particularly subject to fatigue and vibrations.

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        RC0

        Steel name

        20NiCrMo2-2 - Nr.1.6523
        20NiCrMoS2-2 - Nr.1.6526

        Steel with chromium, nickel, and molybdenum, suitable for pieces of a complex shape with good core tenacity.

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        RC2
        RC2Pb

        Steel name

        17NiCrMo6-4 - Nr.1.6566
        17NiCrMoS6-4 - Nr.1.6569*

        Alloy steel with chromium, nickel, and molybdenum. This is a carburized steel with excellent temperability that is often used to obtain pieces with high requirements and complex shapes such as gears and large shafts subject to fatigue and vibrations.

    • non-alloyed
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        KV10
        R10S
        R10Pb

        Steel name

        C10E - Nr.1.1121
        C10R - Nr.1.1207

        Low carbon non-alloy carburized steel. Temperable in water.

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        KV15
        R15Pb

        Steel name

        C15E - Nr.1.1141

        Non-alloy carburized steel with slightly more carbon than the previous one. Temperable in water.

  • Quenched and tempered steels
    • alloyed
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        RK4
        RK4S

        Steel name

        41Cr4 - Nr.1.7035
        41CrS4 - Nr.1.7039

        A low-alloy steel with the addition of chromium only, it is primarily used in bolts for small- and medium-sized pieces.

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        RKS
        RKSPb

        Steel name

        36CrMn5

        A chromium and manganese alloy steel, no longer present in the unified standards, it is widely used in the quenched and tempered state for pins and hubs of heavy equipment and more generally in the automotive field.

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        RK0S
        RK0SPb

        Steel name

        25CrMo4 - Nr.1.7218
        25CrMoS4 - Nr.1.7213

        Alloy steel with chrome and molybdenum and a low carbon content; for this reason it is one of the few quenched and welded steels that can be welded (with some precautions) and it is used in gears and for small- and medium-sized pieces. The presence of molybdenum avoids the phenomenon of fragility by tempering.

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        RK0

        Steel name

        30CrMo4

        Steel similar to the previous one: the greater carbon content makes welding more difficult, but favors temperability.

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        RD6
        RD6Pb

        Steel name

        34CrMo4 - Nr.1.7220
        34CrMoS4 - Nr.1.7226

        Steel with chromium and molybdenum, used in the production of average-sized pieces. At the quenched and tempered state it has good mechanical characteristics and does not suffer from embrittlement from tempering.

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        RK1
        RK1Pb

        Steel name

        42CrMo4 - Nr.1.7225
        42CrMoS4 - Nr.1.7227

        The most widely used of the quenched and tempered steels. The excellent temperability and the absence of embrittlement fragility make this steel suitable for the production of a variety of pieces, also of medium-large size, with high mechanical characteristics.

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        50CrMo4

        Steel name

        50CrMo4 - Nr.1.7228

        Steel similar to the above, but with a higher carbon content. It is used for the same purposes, when a surface hardness obtained by induction tempering is also necessary.

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        RB2
        RB2Pb

        Steel name

        39NiCrMo3 - Nr.1.6510

        A steel widely used in Italy, it is in any case included in the European standards. The addition of nickel in addition to chromium-molybdenum improves the performance of the pieces obtained, especially with regard to resistance to fatigue and vibrations.

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        34CRNIMO6

        Steel name

        34CrNiMo6 - Nr.1.6582

        This is the steel most commonly used in northern Europe when the addition of nickel is required by the severe use conditions. It has an elevated temperability thanks to the presence of significant levels of nickel and chromium: it is even suitable for the construction of large pieces that, at the quenched and tempered state, have well transformed structures down to the core.

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        30CRNIMO8

        Steel name

        30CrNiMo8 - Nr.1.6580

        Quenched and tempered steel with high temperability and toughness thanks to the high chromium content. It can be quenched and tempered at high resistance values and offers hardness consistency and uniformity. Generally used for pinions and shafts. Has average machinability on tool machines. Can be nitrided at the quenched and tempered state to increase resistance to wear and the fatigue limit.

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        46CRB2

        Steel name

        46CrB2 - Nr.1.7075

        Steel with a limited addition of chromium and boron, which provide greater temperability with respect to similar steels with carbon only (C45).  It is not unified in any standard, but is used in the automobile industry and in other fields.

    • non-alloyed
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        KV20
        R20Pb

        Steel name

        C22E - Nr.1.1151

        Non-alloy steel with very low temperability, temperable only in water and used for simple and small pieces. Often used without the quenching and tempering treatment.

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        KV30
        R30S

        Steel name

        C30E - Nr.1.1178
        C30R - Nr.1.1179

        Non-alloy steel quenchable and temperable in water with higher carbon contents than KV20.  Used for simple pieces of limited size.

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        KV35
        R35Pb

        Steel name

        C35E - Nr.1.1181
        C35R - Nr.1.1180

        Non-alloy steel quenchable and temperable in water, higher carbon content than the previous types. Widely used thanks to its slightly higher temperability.

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        KV40
        R40S
        R40Pb

        Steel name

        C40E - Nr.1.1186
        C40R - Nr.1.1189

        Non-alloy steel quenchable and temperable in water and oil, allows higher mechanical characteristics to be obtained. It is one of the most used steels in Europe.

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        KV45
        R45S
        R45PB

        Steel name

        C45E - Nr.1.1191
        C45R - Nr.1.1201

        Non-alloy steel, quenchable and temperable in water and oil. Pieces of a particular size with sufficiently transformed structures can be extracted. It is one of the most used steels in Europe.

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        KV50
        R50Pb

        Steel name

        C50E - Nr.1.1206

        Non-alloy steel quenchable and temperable in oil, with high carbon levels, allows pieces with rather high hardness to be obtained. Also suitable for surface tempering.

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        R55

        Steel name

        C55E - Nr.1.1203

        The high carbon levels of this non-alloy quenched and tempered steel allow high hardness and transformed structures to be obtained even in pieces of considerable size.  Often used for surface tempering.

  • Surface hardened steels
    • non-alloyed
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        R33S

        Steel name

        C33

        Steel used initially in the automobile industry, with a limited carbon content. Limited surface hardness after induction tempering.

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        R43Ti
        R43Pb

        Steel name

        C43

        Steel with more carbon than the previous one, very popular and used especially in Italy to obtain higher surface hardness.

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        R48Ti

        Steel name

        C48

        This type is widely used in Germany instead of C45 and, thanks to the higher carbon, allows high surface hardness to be obtained.

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        R53Ti

        Steel name

        C53

        This steel has the highest amount of carbon in this category, and is used in the automobile industry to obtain shafts and pins with high surface hardness to resist wear and sliding.

  • Special steels
    • conforming to the ASTM American standards
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        A105
        K105

        Steel name

        A105

        A carbon steel in accordance with US standards, it has a very high resilience even at low temperatures. Used for flanges, fittings, and construction in general.

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        RK1 B7
        A193 B7M

        Steel name

        A193 B7 - A193 B7M

        Steel produced at the quenched and tempered state according to the United States standard ASTM A-193, widely used for linkages and bolts destined for the oil industry. It is analytically similar to 42CrMo4 of the European standard. The B7M version, produced at higher temperatures, has slightly lower resistance characteristics but greater plasticity.

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        A193
        B16

        Steel name

        A193 B16

        A steel produced at the quenched and tempered state according to the United States standard ASTM A-193, it is used for linkages and bolts destined for the oil industry. Analytically similar to the 40CrMoV4-6 type of the European standard EN 10269.  It has greater temperability than the previous type thanks to the higher amount of alloy elements.

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        A320 L7
        L7M

        Steel name

        A320 L7 - A320 L7M

        Steel produced at the quenched and tempered state according to the United States standard ASTM A320, used for linkages and bolts destined for use at low temperature in the oil industry. It has mechanical characteristics similar to the A193 B7 type, but additionally guarantees resilience values at low temperature. The B7M version, produced at higher temperatures, has slightly lower resistance characteristics but greater plasticity.

    • for cold forming and steels for bearings
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        SB4

        Steel name

        C4C - Nr.1.0303

        Steel with a very low carbon content, intended for the cold forming of very deformed and difficult-to-obtain small parts.

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        CB10FF

        Steel name

        C10C - Nr.1.0214

        Low carbon steel with a chemical composition specially designed for cold deformation. The pieces obtained are generally subjected to carburization and tempering.

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        100CR6

        Steel name

        100Cr6 - B1

        Base steel for the production of balls, rollers and rings for bearings, and for all small parts that must be subjected to localized and repeated loads. The high carbon and chromium content allows high hardness and perfectly transformed structures to be obtained after tempering. When it must be machined by chip removal or cold deformation, it must always be provided at the globulization annealing state.

    • for structural uses
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        RE60S

        Steel name

        (E335+S) - Nr.(1.0060)
        (E335GC) - Nr.(1.0543)

        Carbon steel derived from the E335 type of the standard EN 10025-2; the addition of sulfur confers greater machinability by chip removal. Not suitable for hardening heat treatments.

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        RE37

        Steel name

        S235JR - Nr.1.0038
        S235JRC - Nr.1.0122

        This basic steel with a low carbon content, present in the regulations since the beginning of the varied standards (Aq37, Fe37, Fe360, S235), is still widely used thanks to its versatility as it can be welded, bent, deformed, and worked in a variety of ways. Not suitable for heat treatments.

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        RE52D

        Steel name

        S355J2 - Nr.1.0577
        S355J2C - Nr.1.0579

        Carbon steel present in the European standard EN 10025-2 as S355, it has a very high resilience even at low temperatures. Widely used for the production of flanges and fittings and for construction in general. Not suitable for hardening heat treatments.

  • Stainless steels
    • austenitic
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        302

        Steel name

        X10CrNi18-8 - Nr.1.4310

        Chromium-nickel austenitic stainless steel. The rather high carbon content allows high values of mechanical resistance to be achieved through extrusion hardening. Used for springs, antennas, and high resistance pieces.

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        303PLUS
        303

        Steel name

        X8CrNiS18-9 - Nr.1.4305

        Chromium-nickel austenitic stainless steel with the addition of sulfur, which improves machinability by chip removal with machine tools, reducing however the resistance to corrosion in aggressive environments. The special “Plus” processing allows performances to be further improved during machining in terms of surface finish, tool life and machine productivity.

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        GVR

        Steel name

        X6CrNiCuS18-9-2 - Nr.1.4570

        Steel with characteristics similar to 303Plus, but with the addition of copper which, in addition to improving machinability on machine tools, also makes it suitable for certain types of cold deformation.

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        304

        Steel name

        X5CrNi18-10 - Nr.1.4301

        The reference steel for the chromium-nickel austenitic stainless steel category, it has good resistance to corrosion, cold deformability, and polishability. Its versatility makes it widely used for cutlery, grills, urban fixtures, and appliances, as well as in the automobile industry and in other applications.

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        304L
        304PLUS

        Steel name

        X2CrNi18-9 - Nr.1.4307

        Steel with characteristics similar to 304 but with a limited carbon content, which determines a higher resistance to intercrystalline corrosion and improved weldability. The 304Plus version, in addition to a controlled sulfur content, undergoes a special processing during the steelworks process that further improves machinability by chip removal.

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        321
        321SL

        Steel name

        X6CrNiTi18-10 - Nr.1.4541

        Steel with characteristics similar to 304; the addition of titanium makes it more stable and further improves its resistance to intercrystalline corrosion.

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        347

        Steel name

        X6CrNiNb18-10 - Nr. 1.4550

        Steel with characteristics similar to the previous one, in which niobium is the stabilizing element to improve resistance to intercrystalline corrosion.

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        304ST

        Steel name

        X2CrNi19-11 - Nr.1.4306

        Steel with characteristics similar to 304L, with a balanced analysis specially designed to enhance the cold deformability characteristics. Used for moulded pieces of all types (screws, pins).

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        304Cu

        Steel name

        X3CrNiCu18-9-4 - Nr.1.4567

        The addition of copper to the base characteristics of 304 significantly increases cold deformability. It is therefore used for fasteners and in general for cold moulded parts when they are complex and have extreme deformations.

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        316

        Steel name

        X5CrNiMo17-12-2 - Nr.1.4401

        Chromium-nickel-molybdenum austenitic stainless steel: this combination allows it to resist the action of chlorides. It is the typical steel for use in marine environments or in the chemical and food industries.

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        316L
        316PLUS

        Steel name

        X2CrNiMo17-12-2 - Nr.1.4404

        Steel with characteristics similar to 316 but with a limited carbon content, which determines a higher resistance to intercrystalline corrosion and improved weldability. The 316Plus version, in addition to a controlled sulfur content, undergoes a special processing during the steelworks process that further improves machinability by chip removal.

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        316TISL
        316TI

        Steel name

        X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2 - Nr.1.4571

        Steel with characteristics similar to 316; the addition of titanium makes it more stable and further improves its resistance to intercrystalline corrosion.

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        1.4435

        Steel name

        X2CrNiMo18-14-3 - Nr.1.4435

        This steel is derived from 316L with an increase in the minimum molybdenum and nickel content: it is one of the most resistant steels in marine environments and in general in the presence of chlorides. It is used in critical situations in contact with salt and in the food industry.

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        RODINOX® PER ROTOLI
        RODINOX® PLUS PER BARRE

        Steel name

        RODINOX® per rotoli
        RODINOX® plus per barre

        Thanks to extensive studies on the characteristics of stainless steels and market needs, Rodacciai has invented and patented Rodinox®℗, a low-nickel austenitic stainless steel wire with mechanical and corrosion resistance characteristics similar to those of 1.4301 (AISI 304), which it can replace in most cases.  The austenitic structure is obtained through an opportune balancing of Ni (lower than 304), Mn, Cu, and N (higher than 304) contents; the other elements are similar to 304. In addition to the complete range of drawn wire products used for household goods, appliances, grills, racks, bicycle spokes, clothesline wires, etc., Rodacciai has also developed Rodinox Plus® in bars, with improved machinability by chip removal characteristics.

    • austenitic-ferritic (duplex)
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        AISI 2304

        Steel name

        X2CrNiN23-4 - Nr.1.4362

        Duplex steel of recent design, it has a high resistance to corrosion. It is used in place of 304 and, for certain applications, also in place of 316.  Typical applications include the petrochemical industry, the paper industry, heat exchangers and valves for the oil and gas industry, and construction.

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        AISI 329
        SS2324 (F52 - S32950)

        Steel name

        X3CrNiMoN27-5-2 - Nr.1.4460

        A duplex steel, it has a high resistance to corrosion and is widely used in particularly aggressive environments such as those of offshore platforms. With high percentages of alloy elements, it has a higher chromium content and lower molybdenum content than AISI 2205. It is widely used in Northern Europe.

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        1.4462 AISI 2205
        F51 (F51-S31803)

        Steel name

        X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 - Nr.1.4462

        A dual phase steel, it has a very high resistance to corrosion and is especially used in offshore platforms. With respect to SS2324, it has a slightly lower chromium content and a greater quantity of molybdenum.

    • ferritic
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        430

        Steel name

        X6Cr17 - Nr.1.4016

        Basic ferritic stainless steel with a good resistance to corrosion: widely used in appliances, grills and the automobile industry. Difficult to machine by chip removal but with good cold deformability qualities. Some precautions are necessary during welding.

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        1.4105

        Steel name

        X6CrMoS17 - Nr.1.4105

        It is similar to the previous one, but the addition of sulfur improves its machinability, making it however less resistant to corrosion. Used for machining with chip removal, it is the low carbon version of the American 430F type. It is also used because of its low magnetic hysteresis characteristics.

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        434

        Steel name

        X6CrMo17-1 - Nr.1.4113

        Steel similar to 430 with the addition of molybdenum, which confers a good resistance to atmospheric corrosion at room temperature and at higher temperatures.

    • heat-resistant
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        310

        Steel name

        X8CrNi25-21 Nr. 1.4845

        The particular chemical composition of this steel, with high chromium and nickel levels, allows it to resist elevated temperatures in an excellent way, for example in pieces exposed to the heat of heat treatment ovens.

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        314

        Steel name

        X15CrNiSi25-21 Nr. 1.4841

        Similar to the previous type, it is differentiated only due to some analytical differences that further improve its resistance to high temperature.

    • martensitic
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        410

        Steel name

        X12Cr13 - Nr.1.4006

        Basic martensitic steel with a low carbon content, a characteristic that on one hand limits temperability and mechanical characteristics after tempering, and on the other increases versatility. Suitable for all those fields in which very high mechanical characteristics are not required. Corrosion resistance sufficient for non-demanding applications.

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        416

        Steel name

        X12CrS13 - Nr.1.4005

        Steel similar to the previous one; the addition of sulfur improves machinability by chip removal, but reduces resistance to corrosion, which in any case is improved with the material at the quenched and tempered state.

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        420A

        Steel name

        X20Cr13 - Nr.1.4021

        Widely used quenched and tempered steel, with mechanical characteristics superior to those of the 410 base type at the quenched and tempered state.

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        420B

        Steel name

        X30Cr13 - Nr.1.4028

        Probably the most popular of the martensitic stainless steels, it has a higher carbon content than the previous type, and combines good corrosion resistance, good deformability at the annealed state and good temperability. Used for pump shafts, electric motor shafts, tools and cutlery.

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        420C

        Steel name

        X39Cr13 - Nr.1.4031

        Martensitic stainless steel with a high carbon content, suitable for pieces with an elevated hardness such as tools, cutlery, and blades in general. After quenching and tempering the surface can also be hardened by induction tempering.

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        420C1

        Steel name

        X46Cr13 - Nr.1.4034

        Similar to the above but with a higher carbon content, suitable for small pieces with high hardness, including rollers and balls for special bearings.

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        430F

        Steel name

        X14CrMoS17 - Nr.1.4104

        Martensitic steel with low temperability. The addition of sulfur makes this type widely used for mechanical machining with chip removal, also without the quenching and tempering treatment. The resistance to corrosion is limited due to the presence of sulfur, but is better in any case with respect to the 416 type thanks to the addition of molybdenum.

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        1.4122

        Steel name

        X39CrMo17-1 - Nr.1.4122

        Steel similar to 420C but with the addition of molybdenum, which increases its resistance to corrosion at high temperature.

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        431

        Steel name

        X17CrNi16-2 Nr.1.4057

        Martensitic stainless steel with the addition of nickel, which improves its resistance to corrosion. It is widely used even if, due to the limited carbon content, it has average mechanical characteristics.

  • Stainless steels for welding
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      Acciai da saldatura

      Steel name

       

      Stainless welding steels – austenitic, ferritic, martensitic or duplex – made from selected wire rods and with controlled impurities for optimal welding.

  • Stainless ribbed round
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      RODINOX®

      Steel name

      Rodinox®

      Rodinox® round with improved adherence for concrete reinforcement when high durability is required in the presence of specific climatic and environmental conditions.