Tag: Steel

What Is HSLA Steel?

HSLA stands for high-strength low-alloy steel.

Grade Guide: S275 Steel

Steel is one of the most common metals used for structural applications.

What Is Weathering Steel?

Weathering steel is a family of low carbon steels that have additional alloying elements mixed in with the carbon and iron atoms.

Video Blog: The ABCs of Structural Steel – Part 3: Channels

Here is the final part of our video blog series looking at the ABCs of structural steel, which includes Angles, Beams and Channels.

Metals for Making Knives

A well-made knife is expected to function consistently without failing.

What Is Chromoly?

Chromoly steel is a type of engineering steel that gets its name from a combination of the words “chromium” and “molybdenum” – two of the major alloying elements.

The Strongest Metals

Strength is an important quality in the use of metals.

The Difference Between Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metal

What’s the difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metal? The simple answer is that ferrous metals contain iron and non-ferrous metals do not.