|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Kg|
|Thickness||0.10 mm to 4.00 mm|
|Surface Finish||Scaleless- Grey,Bright,Blue/ Polished- Bright,Blue,Bronze & Gold|
|Hardness||Can Be Supplied In Different Hardness Ranges To Suit The Customer|
|edges||slit edges/square edges/round edges|
|width||5 mm 500 mm|
|thickness range||0. 10 mm to 4. 00 mm|
|hardness||can be supplied in different hardness ranges to suit the customer|
|finish||scaleless- grey, bright, blue/ polished- bright, blue, bronze & gold|
solidified and tempered spring steel strips are additionally usually known as "h and t steel strips". Solidifying and tempering is a warm procedure that reinforces cold moved steel strips through a controlled warming and cooling process. This procedure of solidifying and treating improves the mechanical properties, levelness of the steel strip and gives a harder and increasingly tough item. The solidifying procedure includes warming the steel strip to over the basic change temperature for the given evaluation and afterward quickly cooling through extinguishing. The issue here is that the steel strip in this condition is very weak and has inner strains, in this way requires further treatment through hardening. This comprises of warming the steel strip to a lower temperature and holding it at the given temperature for a given timeframe. This procedure is done in an inactive environment to maintain a strategic distance from oxidation.
our hardened and tempered spring steel strips are fabricated through the most present day solidifying and treating lines. This guarantees :
1) uniform hardness
2) excellent malleability and shock resistance.
3) high level of strength and has great spring and cutting properties.
4) perfect usefulness because of excellent flatness and fine tempered martensite microstructure smooth and uniform surface finish.
5) smooth and uniform surface completion.
our h&t spring steel strips are utilized for countless applications like valve plate and flapper valve for blower units, clock spring, grasp gathering, horn stomach and section, modern blades, and so forth.