52100 Low Alloy Steel
52100 is a high carbon low alloy steel with good strength melted as AOD + VAR or VIM + VAR melt type. It has excellent rolling fatigue strength at temperatures up to 400oF. This grade also possessed good machinability in the annealed condition prior to final heat treatment. Normalizing and quenching is used to achieve the high hardness properties. This unique combination of properties makes it great for aircraft bearing applications.
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