EN36C 832M13 1.6657 can be used to make gear parts exposed to highest stresses and wear conditions. Typical components include gears, planet wheels, drive pinions, shafts, bushes and sleeves. Results in high core strength and excellent toughness in the components and is very suitable for parts with large diameter.
832M13 / EN36C
EN 10084 Case hardening steels
DIN17210 Case hardening steels
AS1444 Wrought alloy steels
Tensile Strength Rm (Mpa)
Elongation A5 (%)
Impact Value Kv (J) Room Temperature
QUENCHED AND TEMPERED
Soft Annealing: Heat EN36C to 825oC, cool slowly. This will produce a maximum Brinell hardness of 217.
Hardening: Harden from a temperature of 825-850oC, followed by oil or quenching.
Tempering:– After carburising and hardening, the steel is tempered between 140°C and 200°C as required.
For use in the non carburised heat treated condition, temper in accordance with properties required.