Precipitation Hardening Steel

Laxcon specializes into the production of 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH & 17-7 PH steels (also known as 1.4542 and AISI 630).

The precipitation hardening (PH) stainless steel grade is a family of corrosion resistant alloys that provide hardness upto three or four times that of an austenitic stainless steel such as type 304 or type 316.

They are used in the oil and gas, nuclear and aerospace industries where a combination of high strength, corrosion resistance and degree of toughness is required. Precipitation hardening is achieved by adding copper, molybdenum, aluminium and titanium either individually or in combination.

Our hardening steel material comes with a slew of features:

High tensile strength, corrision resistance and toughness
High hardness up to 41 HRC
Ideal for component machining with a high resistance to oxidation.Grade Confirmation through PMI testing with Handheld Spectrometer.
Idea for forging and welding applications

Standards

AMS5642R, DIN/EN10088-3,
AMS 5622 & ASTM A564

Industry applications

Oil, gas, power, offshore, chemical
Nuclear and food industry
Aerospace, pulp and paper industry
High pressure pump and valves components
Measuring and control techniques
Mechanical components and welding applications

Heat treatment conditions

H1150
H1150D
H1150M
H1025
H1075
H1025
H925
H900