EN9 is a medium carbon steel grade which has up to 0.45% of carbon. En9 steel rods are famous for their wear resistance properties. It can be flame or induction hardened to produce a high surface hardness for excellent wear resistance.
It specifies requirements for carbon and carbon-manganese, alloy, free-cutting and stainless steels normally supplied in the bright cold finished condition.
EN9 is used commonly for many engineering applications. shafts, axes, knives, bushes, crankshafts, screws, woodworking drills and hammers, sickles.
EN9 is used commonly for many general engineering applications. Typical applications include, shafts, axes, knives, bushes, crankshafts, screws, sickles, wood working drills and hammers.