Specification: 100Cr6 Steel: Transforming the Future of Engineering and Machinery

Mechanical Properties:

1. Hardness: 100Cr6 steel exhibits a high level of hardness, with a Rockwell hardness of approximately 60 HRC. This makes it suitable for applications requiring excellent wear resistance and durability.

2. Tensile Strength: The steel has an impressive tensile strength, typically in the range of 700-1000 MPa. This high strength allows 100Cr6 steel to withstand heavy loads and resist deformation.

3. Fatigue Strength: 100Cr6 steel possesses excellent fatigue strength, making it suitable for applications subjected to cyclic loading or repetitive stress. It can endure repeated stress without significant material degradation.

4. Elastic Modulus: The elastic modulus of 100Cr6 steel is around 210 GPa. This property ensures that the material returns to its original shape after being subjected to external loads, exhibiting good elasticity and stiffness.

5. Wear Resistance: Due to its high hardness and excellent wear resistance, 100Cr6 steel is often used in applications where there is significant friction or abrasive wear, such as bearing components, rolling elements, and cutting tools.

Chemical Composition:

100Cr6 steel is a chromium alloy steel and has the following chemical composition:

1. Carbon (C): 0.95-1.05%
2. Silicon (Si): 0.15-0.35%
3. Manganese (Mn): 0.25-0.45%
4. Chromium (Cr): 1.30-1.65%
5. Phosphorus (P): ≤ 0.025%
6. Sulfur (S): ≤ 0.025%

The high carbon and chromium content of 100Cr6 steel provides excellent hardenability and wear resistance. The addition of manganese and silicon helps improve the steel’s strength and toughness.

With its exceptional mechanical properties and chemical composition, 100Cr6 steel is transforming the future of engineering and machinery by enabling the development of high-performance components and machinery that can withstand demanding applications and environments.
100Cr6 Steel grade