Micro-Alloyed Steel.

A micro-alloyed steel can be defined as a carbon-manganese steel containing deliberately added alloying elements totalling only 0.05 to 0.10%. Alloying elements which are effective in modifying steel properties when present in such small amounts include boron, vanadium and niobium and boron in even lesser amounts (0.005% /0.003%).

Micro-alloyed steels are manufactured in Large tonnages for high pressure pipelines in the petroleum industry and automotive forgings.

A major advantage of these steels is that in the case of forgings, careful control of forge processing temperatures can eliminate subsequent heat treatment. This is a major cost advantage particularly with certain automotive components. Mechanical properties developed by controlled hot working conditions are similar to those developed by conventional hardening and tempering treatments for components where strength and toughness are required.

High Speed Steel

HSS Containing cobalt content is a high performance steel with good cutting capability & ensures high red hardness and tempering retention. It is particularly suitable in thermal stress situations and for intermittent cutting.
High Speed Steel with high molybdenum and carbon. It has high wear resistance, high red hardness and good toughness. With its low vanadium content, this grade has very good grind ability

Applications:
High performance Gear Cutting Hobs, Shapers, Milling cutters, Bevel tools, of all kinds of highly stressed twist bits and taps, shaped shear blades, for working high strength materials, broaches. Cutting tools for roughing or finishing, such as: helical bits, milling cutters of all types, taps, dies, spindles, reamers, thread rolling tools, drill bits, circular saw segments.

CRCA High Carbon Steel Strips.

High carbon steels contain from 0.7 to 1.00% C with manganese ranging from 0.5% to 0.9% This steels are commonly known as spring steel. These steels are generally operated at very high stresses and heat-treated to obtain the maximum elastic limits and fatigue resistance without becoming sufficiently brittle to cause sudden failure in service. Hardenability of spring steel is very important because only fully hardened springs have the maximum resistance to take a permanent set (sagging).

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