GLR

Tel:  01279 792859  Email: glrkennions@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

 

wp8d9d887a.png

Model Engineering Supplies -:- Locomotive Drawings & Castings -:- Steel -:- Brass -:- etc

  

   Home          About Us          Opening Times          Directions

wpa9a45bd2.png
wpdf434940.png
wp334e06a6.png
wpc02daf1b.png
wp67f18285.png
wp334e06a6.png
wp334e06a6.png
wpa9a45bd2.png
wp7f5bf147.png
wp334e06a6.png
wp334e06a6.png
wp334e06a6.png
wp6a8c460c_0f.jpg
wpb5933ac5_0f.jpg
wpe400508b_0f.jpg
wp0483a816_0f.jpg
wpdaa1e737_0f.jpg
wpfa3f5f8c_0f.jpg
wp815db458_0f.jpg
wp4594c764_0f.jpg
wp46fd31dd_0f.jpg

© Copyright GLR Kennions Limited - No unauthorised copying of any part of this site permitted

GLR Kennions Limited

Estate Office

Hobbs Cross Business Centre

Epping

Essex   CM16 7NY

wp9c5e14be.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wpe413af01.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp3bbd349e.png
wp0911a128.png

More Locomotives:

 

2.1/2”g

Austere Ada

Dyak’

Fayette’

Olympiade

 

3.1/2”g

Doris

Heilan Lassie

Iris

Juliet

Molly

Miss 10 to 8

Petrolea’

Rob Roy

Tich S/B

Tich L/B

Virginia

 

5”g

4700

Butch

Chub

Deangoods’

Dholpur’

King John

Mogul

Nine Elms

Peckett

Pansy

Simplex

Tich

 

 

wp84fa5888.png
wpd424bfff.png
wpb1eb142c_0f.jpg
wp501247d5_0f.jpg
wp493e245c_0f.jpg
wpfddc9f53_0f.jpg

 

wp226bbde1.png

Please note: We do not have a shop counter. Please order online or by telephone.

KENNIONS LTD

wpabab892d_0f.jpg
wpd95ff475_0f.jpg
wp3cd5b266.png

Silver Steel BS1407

 

Silver Steel is a versatile high carbon tool steel  ground to very close tolerances. It is so called because of its highly polished appearance created by the extremely fine surface finish. The high carbon content of this BS1407 silver steel means that it can be hardened to give considerable wear resistance and the chromium content increases strength and hardenability. It is readily machinable as supplied in the spheroidised annealed condition. The material as delivered shall have a hardness of not more than 285HB when measured in accordance with BS240

Hardening:

Heat slowly to 760 - 800°C using the upper end of the temperature range for lower carbon contents and lower end of temperature range for higher carbon contents. Austenitize until the temperature is uniform. Quench into well agitated water.

Tempering:

Temper immediately after hardening preferably before the tool reaches room temperature. Temper for a minimum of 1 hour at temperatures between 180 - 350°C, dependent upon the final hardness required.

 

wpdefd32c2_0f.jpg
wp03e8b5a0.png
wp03e8b5a0.png