Pengaruh Temperatur Austenisasi terhadap Struktur Mikro dan Nilai Kekerasan Material 14%Cr-3%Ni-2%Mo-2%C untuk Aplikasi Bola Gerus

Imaniar Romaeni, Posman Manurung, Fajar Nurjaman


This study was conducted to determine the effect of heat treatment in the form of sub-critical, austenization, quenching and tempering the hardness values of the white cast iron material as consideration for testing wear resistance of local and foreign products as grinding balls. Samples was treated sub-critical at a temperature of 700°C with a hold time of 2 hours and continued with austenization temperature variation of 850, 950 and 1050°C with a hold time of each sample is 5 hours. The optimum hardness value was obtained at a temperature of 950°C austenization in the amount of 68.3 HRC and decreased at a temperature of 1050°C. It is because the solubility of carbon elements making up the matrix. Next will be tempering at a temperature of 250°C and holding time 2 hours hardness values decreased but the value of wear resistance is obtained even better ie grinding balls of 0.03 g/kg of product due to the combination of its constituent elements, namely chromium-molybdenum and nickel are high the presence of wear phenomena induced martensite.


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