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Alloy Steel

Alloy Steel

High quality alloy steels are the type of steels fabricated by alloying with additional elements such as nickel, manganese, molybdenum, chromium, vanadium, silicon and boron, the addition of which enhanced the mechanical and physical properties within the ordinary carbon steel, such as strength, toughness, hardenability, formability, ductility, and corrosion resistance, which allows these types of alloy steels suitable for more specialized industries such as mining, oil and gas, shipbuilding, and the automotive industry.


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Types of Alloy Steel

  • Low Alloy Structural Steel
    Low-alloy structural steels refer to the types of alloy steels with a small amount of alloy elements less than 3%, which includes many standards and proprietary grades designed to provide a specific combination of required characteristics.
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    Low Alloy Structural Steel
  • Alloy Structural Steel
    Alloy structural steel are the type of steels formed by adding different proportions of alloying elements like manganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, vanadium.
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    Alloy Structural Steel
  • Free Cutting Non-Quenched & Tempered Steel
    Free-cutting steels are the type of steels made by alloying with additional free-cutting elements such as sulfur, lead, bismuth, phosphorus, selenium, and tellurium.
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    Free Cutting Non-Quenched & Tempered Steel

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