It is used in boxes, piston bolts, spindles, camshafts, gears, shafts and other mechanical controlling parts.
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16MnCr5 steel are alloyed case hardening engineering steels for parts which require core tensile strength of 800 – 1100 N/mm² and good wearing resistance. It is an engineering material typically used to manufacture piston bolts, camshafts, levers and other vehicle and mechanical engineering components.
16MnCr5/20MnCr5 Steel is defined as Mn-Cr case hardening steel as per EN10084 Standard. Compared with 16MnCr5, 20MnCr5 has a little higher on Carbon, Manganese and Chromium, both of them have good hardenability, machinability and wear resistance, but poor in weldability.
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