Exploring the Properties and Applications of 240M07 Steel Grade

[ad_1] 240M07 is a low carbon, free cutting steel grade, also known as EN1A. It is a popular choice for many mechanical applications due to its excellent machinability, good weldability and formability.

Mechanical Properties:
– Tensile Strength: 430-540 MPa
– Yield Strength: 230-260 MPa
– Elongation: 18-22%
– Hardness: 120-170 HB

Technical Properties:
– Density: 7.85 g/cm3
– Thermal Expansion: 11.7 x 10^-6/°C
– Thermal Conductivity: 42.7 W/m°C
– Specific Heat: 480 J/kg°C

Chemical Composition:
– Carbon (C): 0.15-0.25%
– Manganese (Mn): 0.60-1.00%
– Phosphorus (P): 0.04% max
– Sulfur (S): 0.070% max
– Lead (Pb): 0.15-0.35% (Free Cutting)

Due to its excellent machinability, 240M07 steel grade is commonly used in the manufacturing of automotive components, fasteners, shafts, studs, fittings, and other high speed machining applications. Its versatility and cost-effectiveness make it a popular choice for various mechanical and engineering applications.