high-tensile steel

high-tensile steel

[′hī ‚ten·səl ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Low-alloy steel having a yield strength range of 50,000 to 100,000 pounds per square inch (3.4-6.9 × 108 pascals). Also known as high-strength steel.
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Tadano has shipped its 100th unit of the GR-1000XL/800EX - a large rough-terrain crane that popular in the Middle East since production began for is its rounded boom made of lightweight high-strength, high-tensile steel - making for one of the longest booms in class at 53.
The vehicle is equipped with a liquid-cooled DOHC 16-valve engine, an exhaust with large-radius curved header pipes, equalizer tubes connecting header pipes one and four and two and three, a tubular backbone frame made of high-tensile steel, a steel swingarm and lightweight cast aluminium engine subframe.
Drop-forged load and suspension hooks made of high-tensile steel that yield under overload instead of breaking
4 Frame: High-tensile steel I-beam main frame and crossmembers with extruded channel perimeter
sizes; reinforced with high-tensile steel cords; and, covered with pin-pricked synthetic rubber for maximum durability.
Its body is constructed from high-tensile steel and carefully positioned reinforcements to provide strength and rigidity for crash safety.
It's made from high-tensile steel and comes in any colour.
Steel trench boxes feature high-tensile steel sidewalls and extra pipe clearance for dependable, rugged performance in-the-trench.
The tire contains a unique, high-synthetic compound for long wear and cut resistance; a high-tensile steel belt package for enhanced impact resistance; open shoulder grooves for outstanding traction and self-cleaning; and a solid center rib for superior lateral traction.
Throughout the design and production process, the focus has very much been on weight reduction with the extensive use of high-tensile steel and exhaustive wind tunnel testing.
Ultra high-tensile steel is also used for key sections of the body shell to improve rigidity while keeping the XV's kerb weight down.
As well as an all-steel structure along with full suite of airbags, Subaru's vehicle dynamics control system and symmetrical allwheel drive also contribute to the XV's road-holding while high-tensile steel is also used for key sections of the bodyshell to improve rigidity.

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