For better corrosion resistance, consider Coated Steel
An alloy is metal prepared by adding other metals or non-metals to a basic metal to secure desirable properties. Alloy steel is steel containing substantial quantities of elements other than carbon and the commonly-accepted limited amounts of manganese, sulfur, silicon, and phosphorus. Addition of such alloying elements is usually for the purpose of increased hardness, strength, or chemical resistance. The elements most commonly used for forming alloy steels are: nickel, chromium, silicon, manganese, tungsten, molybdenum, and vanadium.
Siegal Steel is dedicated to providing the special alloys our customers need when they need them.
To improve strength while at the same time to save weight. Some alloys also improve durability. Alloys also enhance heat treatability.
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Cost savings occur by reducing the thickness of the metal used. Due to its increased strength, thickness reduction and weight savings are easier to accomplish. Typical examples may be found in the automotive industry.
In addition to our stock & release programs such as Just-In-Time inventory management, our ability to apply our product knowledge and experience to a range of customer issues allows us to differentiate ourselves from the competition. With quick turnaround times available for expedited lead time, we ensure our clients receive the right product when they need it. As a market leader in customer service and our mission to provide the most cost-conscious solutions to our clients, Siegal Steel is the partner you need.
Our knowledge and experience give your organization accurate delivery of High Carbon, Low Carbon, Stainless Steel products processed and packaged to your exact specifications.