Quenching and tempering alloyed steels
What kind of quenching and tempering alloyed steels does AUSA work with?
AUSA works with different grades of quenching and tempering alloyed steels. The properties, applications, chemical composition, equivalent standards, heat treatments and dimensions vary depending on the grade chosen.
Steels with one or more alloy elements with tensile strengths that vary between 700 and 1300 N/mm2 after quenching and tempering. Quenching and tempering alloyed steels are used in all industrial sectors.
Their most common uses are for the construction of components having to stand great stresses. They are also called tempering alloys.
Their most common applications are for high resistance bolts, gears, crankshafts, connection rods, sleeves, shafts for machinery and engines.
AUSA works with renowned steel mills, thus ensuring the highest quality of the alloyed steels offered.