Graphite Steel Rolls

Graphitic Steels are high carbon containing hypereutectoid Steels. They combine high strength with good wear resistance against

fire cracking.

They are normalized and stress relieved for better mechanical properties.

These rolls have a negligible hardness drop.

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GS H50-Pearlitic matrix with and Graphites

and Secondary Carbide(x100)

GS H50-Pearlitic matrix with dispersed

Secondary Carbide(x400)

 

Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties for Graphite Steel Rolls

Roll

Grade

Barrels

 Hardness

(ShC)

C

(%)

Si

(%)

Mn

(%)

Cr

(%)

Ni

(%)

Mo

(%)

Tensile

Strength

(N/mm2)

Bending

Strength

(N/mm2)

GSH40

40

1.5-2.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.2

0.5-2.0

0.2-0.8

500-750

700-1100

GSH44

44

1.5-2.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.5

1.0-1.5

0.5-2.0

0.2-0.8

500-750

700-1100

GSH48

48

1.5-2.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.5

1.0-1.5

0.8-2.5

0.2-0.8

550-750

800-1100

GSH52

52

1.5-2.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.5

1.2-1.8

1.5-2.5

0.2-0.8

550-800

900-1200

GSH56

56

1.5-2.5

0.5-1.5

0.5-1.5

1.2-1.8

1.5-2.5

0.2-0.8

550-800

900-1200

 

Note: Other roll grades not specified in the table can be produced on request.