Alloy steel Price Index Chart
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What is alloy steel?
Alloy steel is steel that is alloyed with a variety of elements like nickel, chromium, tungsten, molybdenum, etc. Alloy steels are broken down into two groups: low-alloy steels (less than 8% alloying elements) and high-alloy steels (more than 8% alloying elements). Alloying elements can alter steel in several ways, including micro-structures, heat-treatment conditions, and mechanical properties.
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Alloy steel (as compared to carbon steels) has a wide range of properties like strength, hardness, toughness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, hardenability, due to which makes it suitable for high demanding applications like turbine blades, nuclear reactors etc. It also has applications that require resistance to extreme conditions of heat and/or corrosion, e.g. seamless superheater and high-temperature tubes.
Alloy steel finds uses in a wide range of applications, from everyday hand tools and flatware to highly demanding applications such as the production of turbine blades of jet engines or nuclear reactors.
Alloy steel has many uses in a variety of industries such as:
- Machinery and equipment
- Road construction
- Off-shore applications
UVE Wire of alloyed steel HS 72299090
Increased by 4.76% in Aug 2022 compared to Jul 2022.
Increased by 6.42% in Aug 2022 compared to Aug 2021.