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On Oct 4, 2006, at 11:31 AM, Mario Velez Nauer wrote:

What is H-Steel?
Standard AISI chemistry with additional special hardenability requirements. H-steels have enhanced abillity to be heat-treated for hardness. See <http://www.efunda.com/Materials/alloys/alloy_steels/list_alloy.cfm? m=ais&Page_Title=AISI%204xxx&ID_Low=AISI_4> or just do a Google search on 4140H.

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