Sideria’s products: types of steel
The product range is mainly concentrated on special construction steels in rolled and forged versions.
It covers the dimensional range between 40 and 400 mm, in the major types of steel.
The main grades are steels for case hardening such as 16MnCr5, 20MnCr5, 17NiCrMo6-4 (18NiCrMo5), 20NiCrMo2, 35CrMn5, 16NiCr4, steels for quench and tempering such as C45, 42CrMo4, 39NiCrMo3, steels for construction such as S355J2, A150/A350 LF2 and other steel grades according to specifications intended in particular for “automotive” applications such as ZF1A, ZF7B, 1E0778, 1E1120 and “oil and gas” sector F11, F22, F5, F9, F91.
Quench and tempering steels include alloyed or unalloyed structural steels, and are used in vehicle construction and mechanical and plant engineering. Their maximum hardness depends on their carbon content.
Carbon steels for construction are suitable for the most diverse structural uses. They are carbon-manganese steels with guaranteed minimum tensile strength and yield strength.
Case-hardening steels have a relatively low carbon content. They are mainly used in automotive, mechanical and plant engineering. They are intended for a hardening process that involves carburizing and tempering.
In addition to steels according to EN / ISO specifications, Sideria meets different needs by offering steel grades according to customer specifications or according to other international specifications. Among these, for example: DANA Graziano, ZF, Caterpillar, FIAT / CNH / IVECO and ASTM A182.