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31 Jan Steels For General Engineering Purposes

Structural steels are mainly low and/or mid carbon type steels and consists of base elements Mn,Si,P and S. The quantity of these base elements and yield/tensile strenght limits determines the grade group of these steels. Structural steels can be used in various kinds of general constructional...

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31 Jan Steels For Quenching and Tempering

Quenched and tempered steels are alloyed or non alloyed steels of which chemical compositions are convenient for hardening especially due to their high carbon content (0,25-0,60 C %) and displays high strenght and toughness at a certain drawing resistance. The steels in this group gain high...

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31 Jan Free Cutting Steels

Free cutting steels are non alloyed steels with relatively high Manganese (Mn) and Sulphur (S) content. MnS which originates in the steel structure and is consisted by Manganese (Mn) and Sulphur (S) supplies the formation of small and brittle chips during machining and allows convenience...

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31 Jan Stainless Steels

Related to their high Chromium (Cr) content stainless steels are steels that are resistant against corrosive effects of different atmospheric conditions, various chemical aqeous, low and high temperatures and temperature variations. According to EN 10088-1, stainless steels are defined as steels with 10,5 % min. Chromium...

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31 Jan Case Hardening Steels

Case Hardening Steel is an alloyed or non alloyed low carbon steel with high resistant against wearing on the surface, tough and soft  at core, which is used in production of parts resistant against wearing and impact stresses. To obtain the mentoned properties of the...

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