9310 Low Alloy Steel
9310 nickel-chrome-molybdenum low alloy steel is melted as AOD + VAR or VIM + VAR melt type. The alloy additions of nickel, chromium, and molybdenum help give this grade very good strength and toughness . This grade also has the ability to be case hardened making it an excellent candidate for heavy duty gears and shafts often used in the aircraft industry.
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- AMS 6260
- AMS 6265
- AMS 6267
- AMS STD 2154
- Allied Signal Garrett EMS-56279
- Allied Signal Garrett EMS-56280
- Bell 299-947-032
- Bell 299-947-302
- McDonnell Douglas HMS 6-1263
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- UNS G93100
- Other Industrial Markets
- Low Alloy Steels
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