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9Cr18Mo -(440c) - Stainless Blade Steel 3.3 x 50 x 1000 mm

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Width:
1.00 (cm)
Height:
5.00 (cm)
Depth:
103.00 (cm)
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  • 9Cr18Mo -(440c) - Stainless Blade Steel 3.3 x 50 x 1000 mm
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Description

9Cr18Mo Stainless Blade Steel (3.3 x 50 x 1000 mm billet)

High Carbon Stainless Steel for blades, high in Chromium for good corrosion resistance in the kitchen or marine use.

One of the alloys in the 440C family of knife steels.

Composition:

C 0.97%, Si 0.53%, Mn 0.57%, P 0.013%, S 0.007%, Mo 0.53%, Cr 18.64%, Ni 0.33%

How to Heat Treat 9Cr18Mo or any other 440C family steel:

  • Hold at 760 C for 10 mins (1400 F)
  • Hold at 1040 C for 30 mins (1900 F)
  • Quench can be still air, plates, or even oil (Air quenched steel so plates or oil not required)
  • If possible: -70 C for 30 mins (-95 F)
  • Temper at 190 C (375 F) for 2 hours, cool in tap water and temper for 2 hours again
  • this will give an estimated 59-60 HRC if cryo step is included

Link to more details on heat treatment : https://creativeman.com.au/blog/heat-treating-9cr18mo/

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6 Reviews

  • 4
    9CR18MO - (440C)

    Posted by Denis Wignell on 25th Sep 2020

    As a first time user of stainless steel this came up allright. Followed the HT instructions, omitted the -70C freeze stage but still achieved a Rockwell HRC between 50-55. The scale was minimal and the blade finish after sanding was very good.

  • 5
    440c

    Posted by Wayne Anderson on 20th Sep 2020

    Looks good will let you know how it goes.

  • 5
    440c steel

    Posted by Simon Box on 11th Aug 2020

    Great steel and fantastic service as usual.

  • 5
    Great service and steel. 440c

    Posted by simon_box283 on 3rd Aug 2020

    As usual great service and product.

  • 5
    440c

    Posted by stevebalazs89 on 9th Jul 2020

    great

  • 5
    440c

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Mar 2020

    Great steel, nice to work with but the mill scale is a punish to remove.

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