Engineering Steel is a steel that has had small amounts of one or more alloying elements (other than carbon) such as such as manganese, silicon, nickel, titanium, copper, chromium and aluminum added. This produces specific properties that are not found in regular carbon steel.
Engineering Steels are workhorses of industry because of their economical cost, wide availability, ease of processing, and good mechanical properties. Alloy steels are generally more responsive to heat and mechanical treatments than carbon steels.
Stainless Steel Flat Bar (also referred to as rectangular bar) is measured by first taking its thickness and then its width.
Its resistance to corrosion, staining, and rust make it well-suited for many industries and applications including architecture and cookware.
Typical Applications: Dairy, Beverage and Food Product handling/processing Equipment. Used for handling Acetic, Nitric, and Citric acids, Organic and Inorganic Chemicals, Dye Stuff, Crude and Refined Oils; Instruments; Hospital Equipment
Typical Applications: Pump Shafts and Parts in Machinery used to process Paper, Textiles, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals, Aircraft Applications
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