Stainless steel is a name of high alloy steel used mainly for its anti-corrosion properties. The main characteristic of the stainless steel family is that they all contain a minimum of 10.5 percent of chromium.
The percentage of carbon in steel affects the hardness, strength of elasticity and ductility of steel. Low-carbon steel, also known as mild steel, has similar properties to iron but it is softer and easy to form.
Hot-dip galvanized steel combines utility with beauty. It consists of tin, chrome, zinc or paint, which are the extra finish applied to the natural steel surface.
Aluminum and most of its alloys are very resistant against various forms of corrosion. This property makes aluminum popular among construction, marine engineering and the transportation industry.
Steel pipes are long, hollow tubes that are used for a variety of purposes. They are produced by two distinct methods which result in either a welded or seamless pipe, which are used in a variety of places.
Steel bars have a wide range of uses and diverse applications in the industrial sector. A wide variety of alloy composition types can comprise steel making it a very versatile material for use in producing carbon steel bars and stainless steel bars.
Wire rod is a hot rolled steel product classified by its shape. It can be a carbon steel or stainless steel product. Wire rods are used as the material for fasteners, springs, bearings, wire ropes and wire meshes.
Steel has many different properties depending on the other elements that compose it. Steel is a material which is the most widely used in industrial applications, as well as the most recycled metal material on earth.
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