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WELTEN 80 Steel ?

WELTEN 80 Steel ?

WELTEN 80 Steel ?

(OP)
I'm trying to find the Spec for the above Japanese Steel without much success !
If anyone knows where I can find the Mechanical Properties of this stee I'd be extremely grateful if you could let me know.

thanks in advance

RE: WELTEN 80 Steel ?

Can't tell you where to find it, but I happen to have an old data sheet of WEL-TEN 80 that states the following. WEL-TEN 80 is a high strength steel for welded structures. It is a low carbon (0.18%), quenched and tempered, low alloy steel. Chemical and mech. properties are equivalent to ASTM-A-514 Gr.F., Yield 70 kg/mm2, Tensile 80-95 kg/mm2. Low Hydrogen electrodes are to be used for welding. Pre-heating to about 250 deg.F is recommended. Brinell Hardness 320 to 360.  Hope this helps.

RE: WELTEN 80 Steel ?

(OP)
Kishku, many thanks for that, it was the Yield I had trouble finding because I managed to find the Tensile, so many thanks, great help.

cheers

Russell

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