Alloy Indefinite Chilled Iron Rolls

Alloys Indefinite Chill Iron Rolls have a structure consisting of more flake graphite with few carbides in a Pearlitic matrix. Harder grades have a Bainitic-Martensitic matrix with an increased amount of carbides. The presence of flake graphite improves spalling resistance and also enhances resistance to fire-cracking. All of these properties combined with the excellent surface finish make AIC Alloy Indefinite Chill very suitable for rolling flats sections and similar products where surface finish is critical. Due to alloy additions, hardness penetration is better than that of a clear chill roll and this material may be used in applications with deeper grooves such as small and medium section rolling and also for finishing billets. All rolls of this material are statically Tangentially single poured.

 

Range of Chemical Composition
C% Mn% SI% Cr% Ni% Mo% Cu% S% P%
2.80 0.20 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.15 0.080 0.100
3.80 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 1.50 Max Max Max
 
 
 
Typical Physical Properties
  N/mm2 Tons/sq.in.
Tensile Strenght 200 12
Bending Strenght 320 20
Application
Product Type of Mill Position
Plate 2 & 3 & 4 High Roughing & Finishing
Medium & Narrow Strip 2 High Roughing
Bilet & Sheet Bar 2 &3 High Finishing
Medium Sections Continuous Intermediate & Finishing
Medium Sections 2 &3 High Intermediate & Finishing
Light Sections 2 &3 High All Positions
Bar 2 &3 High All Positions
Rod 2 &3 High Roughing & Intermediate
Medium & Light Sections Straightening -
TMT 2 High Intermediate & Finishing