High strength 4330 forging parts introductions
AISI 4330V is a nickel chromium molybdenum vanadium alloy steel specification widely used in the petroleum and natural gas fields. AISI 4330V is an improved version of the 4330-alloy steel grade, which improves hardenability and other properties by adding vanadium. Compared to similar grades such as AISI 4145, adding vanadium and nickel to 4330V alloy steel helps achieve high strength and hardness in larger diameters. Due to its low carbon content, it has better welding characteristics than AISI 4145.
4330 is a low-alloy steel known for its high strength, toughness, and hardenability. It is commonly used in applications requiring high tensile strength, such as in the aerospace, oil and gas, and automotive industries. Forging is a common method used to shape 4330 steel into various components with specific dimensions and properties