Highley Steel Ltd
Years of experience in Cold Rolled Precision Strip Supplies. “Highley Recommended”
Highley Steel Ltd Spring Steels
Highley Steel Ltd Block F, 3-4 Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge Trading Estate Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Telephone: 01384 39660 Fax: 01384 396662
Spring Steels, High Carbon Steel C55S, C60S, C67S, C75S, C85S, C90S, C100S, 56Si7, 51CrV4, 58CrV4, 75Cr1, 75Ni8, 80CrV2, 102Cr6
Standards DIN EN 10132-4:2003 Grades Chemical cast analysis Mechanical properties  Surfaces (appearance + finish) MA with finish RR, RM, RL, acc. to DIN EN 10139 MB (1) with finish RL, RM, acc. to DIN EN 10139 Dimensional tolerances Delivery forms Coils and cut lengths Specialities Strip thickness (mm) Strip widths (mm) 4 - 810 (2) Delivery conditions LC; A; CR; AC Acc. to DIN EN 10140 and special agreement 0.20 - 6.00 (1) = MB for thickness 0.20 - 2.00 mm, thickness above on request	 (2) = Maximum width only in NK C55S, C60S, C67S, C75S, C85S, C90S, C100S, 56Si7, 51CrV4, 58CrV4, 75Cr1, 75Ni8,  80CrV2, 102Cr6 and similar  Chemical analysis based on DIN EN 10132-4:2000 and special analysis Standard values for Rm, Re, A80; hardness acc. to DIN EN 10132-4, table 3. Special agreements for particular working and forming properties upon consultation. Best formability, ~100% spheroidisation, very good fine blanking properties attainable through selective production processes
Highley Steel Ltd and as Spring Steel suppliers we offer a full comprehensive range of precision strip high carbon spring steel. High Carbon Spring Steel specifications can be supplied cut to your requirements. High Carbon Spring Steel Precision Strip is supplied in coil, slit to width and cut to length. Spring Steels are low alloy, medium or carbon steels manufactured to very high yield strengths. Their main feature is the ability to resist deformation, and return to shape. There are two main methods of production, the most common involving the heat treatment process known as hardening and tempering, where medium and high carbon steels are heated and quenched. Whilst this achieves high yield strength, the process introduces brittleness and the material is subsequently tempered to remove the stresses and greatly reduce the risk of  the material breaking in use. The presence of carbon is key to this process. The second production method involves utilising the work hardening nature of steel to achieve high tensile strength. This is achieved by cold working, through rolling or drawing and is more commonly used with the austenitic stainless range of materials. High Carbon Spring Steel is typically used because of its’ high yield strengths, resistance to deformation and its ability to return to its original shape. Our spring steel is available as “heat-treatable annealed”, which allows the forming to occur prior to the heat treatment or as “heat treated”, having been previously hardened, tempered or sprung. Precision Steel’s inventory of annealed spring steel can easily be formed, tempered, heat treated, blanked or shaped.  In addition to the annealed and heat-treated spring steel Packaging High Carbon Spring Steel are all available in coils slit to customer requirement or flat lengths.
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PRECISION STEEL STRIP
HIGHLEY
Steel
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Tel:  +44 (0) 1384 396660
Fax: +44 (0) 1384 396662
High Carbon Steel Spring Steels Quenched & Tempered Tempering High Carbon Stainless Steel Strip Austenitic Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel Mild Steel Strip Classic Cold Rolled Micro Alloyed Strip High Strength Case Hardening Steel Soft Magnetic Steel Construction Mild Steel
Spring Steel Information: Spring steels are low alloy, medium or carbon steels manufactured to very high yield strengths. This allows objects made of spring steel to return to their original shape despite significant bending or twisting. Their main feature is the ability to resist deformation, and return to shape. There are two main methods of production, the most common involving the heat treatment process known as hardening and tempering, where medium and high carbon steels are heated and quenched. Whilst this achieves high yield strength, the process introduces brittleness and the material is subsequently tempered to remove the stresses and greatly reduce the risk of the material breaking in use. The presence of carbon is key to this process. The second production method involves utilising the work hardening nature of steel to achieve high tensile strength. This is achieved by cold working, through rolling or drawing and is more commonly used with the austenitic stainless range of materials.
email: sales@highleysteel.co.uk
Spring Steels
Highley Steel Ltd
Highley Steel Ltd Spring Steels
Years of experience in Cold Rolled Precision Strip Supplies. “Highley Recommended”
Highley Steel Ltd Block F, 3-4 Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge Trading Estate Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Telephone: 01384 39660 Fax: 01384 396662
Standards
DIN EN 10132-4:2003
Grades
Chemical cast analysis
Mechanical properties
Surfaces appearance + finish
MA with finish RR, RM, RL, acc. to DIN EN 10139 MB (1) with finish RL, RM, acc. to DIN EN 10139
Dimensional tolerances
Delivery forms
Coils and cut lengths
Specialities
Strip thickness (mm)
Strip widths (mm)
4 - 810 (2)
Delivery conditions
LC; A; CR; AC
Acc. to DIN EN 10140 and special agreement
0.20 - 6.00
(1) = MB for thickness 0.20 - 2.00 mm, thickness above on request
(2) = Maximum width only in NK
C55S, C60S, C67S, C75S, C85S, C90S, C100S, 56Si7, 51CrV4, 58CrV4, 75Cr1, 75Ni8, 80CrV2, 102Cr6 and similar
Chemical analysis based on DIN EN 10132-4:2000 and special analysis
Standard values Rm, Re, A80; hardness acc. DIN EN 10132-4. Special agreements for particular working and forming properties upon consultation.
Best formability, ~100% spheroidisation, very good fine blanking properties attainable through selective production processes
Highley Steel Ltd and as Spring Steel suppliers we offer a full comprehensive range of precision strip high carbon spring steel. High Carbon Spring Steel specifications can be supplied cut to your requirements. High Carbon Spring Steel Precision Strip is supplied in coil, slit to width and cut to length. Spring steels are low alloy, medium or carbon steels manufactured to very high yield strengths. Their main feature is the ability to resist deformation, and return to shape. There are two main methods of production, the most common involving the heat treatment process known as hardening and tempering, where medium and high carbon steels are heated and quenched. Whilst this achieves high yield strength, the process introduces brittleness and the material is subsequently tempered to remove the stresses and greatly reduce the risk of  the material breaking in use. The presence of carbon is key to this process. The second production method involves utilising the work hardening nature of steel to achieve high tensile strength. This is achieved by cold working, through rolling or drawing and is more commonly used with the austenitic stainless range of materials. Spring Steel is typically used because of its’ high yield strengths, resistance to deformation and its ability to return to its original shape. Our spring steel is available as “heat-treatable annealed”, which allows the forming to occur prior to the heat treatment or as “heat treated”, having been previously hardened, tempered or sprung. Precision Steel’s inventory of annealed spring steel can easily be formed, tempered, heat treated, blanked or shaped.  In addition to the annealed and heat-treated spring steel Packaging High Carbon Spring Steel are all available in coils slit to customer requirement or flat lengths.
 Company registration: 06880960
email:
HIGHLEY Steel
PRECISION STEEL STRIP
Tel:  +44 (0) 1384 396660
Fax: +44 (0) 1384 396662
PRODUCTS
Spring Steel Information: Spring steels are low alloy, medium or carbon steels manufactured to very high yield strengths. This allows objects made of spring steel to return to their original shape despite significant bending or twisting. Their main feature is the ability to resist deformation, and return to shape. There are two main methods of production, the most common involving the heat treatment process known as hardening and tempering, where medium and high carbon steels are heated and quenched. Whilst this achieves high yield strength, the process introduces brittleness and the material is subsequently tempered to remove the stresses and greatly reduce the risk of the material breaking in use. The presence of carbon is key to this process. The second production method involves utilising the work hardening nature of steel to achieve high tensile strength. This is achieved by cold working, through rolling or drawing and is more commonly used with the austenitic stainless range of materials.
High Carbon Steel Spring Steels Quenched & Tempered Tempering High Carbon Stainless Steel Strip Austenitic Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel Mild Steel Strip Classic Cold Rolled Micro Alloyed Strip High Strength Case Hardening Steel Soft Magnetic Steel Construction Mild Steel
email: sales@highleysteel.co.uk
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