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What’s up guys?!?!?! Michael back for more metal musings. Today on Michael Talks Metal, I’m talkin 9310. Stay tuned and thanks for watching! This is video One hundred and one and many more to come.

Our  topic for today is 9310. Like all 93xx series alloys; Nickel, Chromium and Molybdenum are key to its performance. With a nominal carbon content of only point 10 %, it is primarily used in applications where parts are carburized to achieve a high hardness wear resistant surface while maintaining toughness in the core. It is often used in gear components.

It is available in all common product forms…..

Chemical Composition for 9310

Chemical Composition9310
ElementMin %Max %
* For AMS 6265 & AMS 6267

Small variations in these chemistry requirements exist in some specifications.

Typical End Quench Hardenability (EQH):

41 Rc Maximum @ 1/16

32 Rc  Minimum @  6/16

Typical Heat Treatment Temperatures:

Normalize   1700  deg F

Austenitize   1500 deg F

Temper        350 – 450 deg F

We have just a few specs today so here goes with the more common specifications for 9310……

SpecificationProduct FormQualityMeltCondition
AMS 6260Bars, Forgings, Tubing2301VDSee Spec- Various
AMS 6265Bars Forgings, Tubing2300CEVMSee Spec- Various
AMS 6267Bars, Forgings, Tubing2300CEMSee Spec- Various
MIL-S-7393Inactive – AQ and CEMAllAllVarious

As always, details in specifications and part requirements can alter what we have shown you here today. So I know you are totally up to date and have watched each and every of the 100 videos we’ve done. So for the 101st time – Check the Specs…  Twice

Thanks for watching, this is Michael with Michael Talks Metal – don’t forget Michlin Metals is a distributor and supplier of 9310 check our website www.michlinmetals.com for more info. Still here and haven’t subscribed? Click here. Missed last weeks? Click here. Thanks for watching, this is Michael with Michael Talks Metal, I will see you next week Thursday, 10am. I’m out!