X15TN Stainles has nitrogen to partially replace carbon.
A standard melting procedure, which includes the addition of nitrogen, results in a saturation level of approximately 0.20 percent in steels containing 13-17 percent Cr—also, incorporating carbon into the mix results in a material with a minimum hardness of 55 or 58 HRC and a eutectic carbide microstructure.
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The elements molybdenum and vanadium are responsible for secondary hardening. These elements replace chromium in the precipitates, which is a good thing. Even when tempering at high temperatures, the chromium concentration in the matrix is maintained at a high level, which contributes to improved corrosion resistance in the finished product.
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Heat treatment T + Rv
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