1.7149 Steel

Steel name: 1.7149
Steel name of producers:
20MnCrS5 DIN EN 10084:2008-06 Germany
20MnCrS5 DIN EN 10263-3:2002-02 Germany
20MnCrS5 DIN EN 10277-4:2008-06 Germany
20MnCrS5 Stahl Eisen List: 2004 Germany
20MnCrS5 AFNOR EN 10084:1999-03 France
20MnCrS5 UNE EN 10084:1998 Spain
20MnCrS5 Dirostahl Germany
20MnCrS5 HKM Krupp Mannesmann Germany
20MnCrS5 Saarstahl Germany
20MnCrS5 Thyssen Edelstahl Service GmbH Germany
TEW20MnCrS5 Thyssen Edelstahl Service GmbH Germany
20MnCrS5 DIN EN 10084:1998-06 Germany
20MnCrS5 DIN EN 10277-4:1999-10 Germany
20MnCrS5 DIN 1652-3:1990-11 Germany
20MnCrS5 Krupp Germany
Diagram No.: 4633
Type of diagram: CCT
Mat. No. (Wr. Nr.) designation: 1.7149
Chemical composition in weight %: 0.20% C, 0.25% Si, 1.25% Mn, 1.15% Cr
Steel group: Structural steels
Note: Alloy special structural steels. Austenitizing temperature: 850oC.
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