4130 Chrome Moly Sheet Annealed

4130 Chrome Moly Sheet Annealed

Size Selection

  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S025A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S032A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S040A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S050A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S063A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S071A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S080A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S090A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S100A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S125A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S160A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S190A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S250A
  • Grade
    4130
  • Finish
    Annealed
  • SKU #
    1 41S375A
Width x Height
Size Specifications:

Thicknesses range from .025” to .375”

4130 Sheet and plates are commonly stocked in 36” x 72” dimensions.

Cut pieces available.


4130, also known as Chrome Moly (so named for 2 key elements of its composition, chromium, and molybdenum), is a general-purpose alloy steel that has been widely used by the aviation and motorsports industries for years. Weldability, fabrication, and mild hardenability make it a popular choice in all forms – tube, bar, sheet, and plate.


Annealed Condition - AMS-6350

Produced to the aerospace specification AMS-6350. The annealed condition is the softer and formable condition and is best used when forming is needed.


Check out 4130 Chrome Moly Sheet Normalized if your application does not require forming.


Technical Mechanical Properties

Tensile Strength min. Yield Strength min. Elongation min. % in 2"
Normalized .025" - .187" 95,000 psi 75,000 psi Up to .062” - 8%
Over .062” to .125” - 10%
Over .125” to .187” - 12%
Normalized over .187" - .375" 90,000 psi 70,000 psi Over .187” to .249” - 15%
Over .250” to .749” - 16%
Annealed 85,000 psi max. 66,700 psi 21%

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