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The pre-hardened, exceptionally clean tool and engineering steel.
Thanks to its low carbon and alloy content, Toolox® 33 is perfectly adaptable for welding as well as hot cutting. Giving the possibility to product components more cost efficient by saving machining time.
Delivered in quenched and tempered condition, Toolox 33 features high impact toughness and very low residual stresses to achieve good dimensional stability after machining. Toolox® 33 is suitable for mold and dies as well as tooling and engineering components. By using the proper surface engineering methods, you can significantly extend the service life of your tools and components.
|Yield strength Rp0.2
|Tensile strength Rm
|6.0 - 130.00.236 - 5.118||275 - 325||700101||800116||10|
1) Hardness is measured, according to EN ISO 6506-1, on a milled surface 0.5 - 2 mm below the plate surface.
|Min impact energy for transversal testing,
Charpy V 10x10 mm test specimen 1)
|6.0 - 130.00.236 - 5.118||35 J / 20 °C26 ft-lbs / 68 °F|
1) Unless otherwise agreed, transverse impact testing according to EN 10025-6 option 30 will apply. For thicknesses between 6 - 11.9 mm, sub-size Charpy V-specimens are used. The specified minimum value is then proportrional to the cross-sectional area of the specimen compared to a full-size specimen (10 x 10 mm).
Ultrasonic inspection is carried out according to : EN 10 160 with extra demands according to specification SSAB V6.
Tolerances according to Toolox® Thickness Guarantee.
Toolox® Guarantees meets the requirements of EN 10029 Class C but offers more narrow tolerances.
Tolerances according to EN 10029.
Tolerances are according to Toolox® Flatness Guarantees, which are more restrictive than EN 10029 Class N (steel type L).
According to EN 10163-2 Class B Subclass 3.
Quenched and Tempered at a minimum temperature of 590 °C.
On delivery from SSAB the plates meet the following specifications:
Delivery requirements can be found in SSAB’s brochure Toolox® Guarantees or at www.toolox.com.