high-alloy steel

high-alloy steel

[¦hī ′al‚ȯi ¦stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel containing large percentages of elements other than carbon.
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Its allowable purposes are melting to produce various types of cast products in the foundry industry; produce ferroalloys with specific properties; and manufacture stainless and high-alloy steel.
The HT300 is designed for the most challenging jobsite conditions, and the Ditch Witch organization guarantees the machine's forged, heat-treated, high-alloy steel head-shaft for life.
The business being acquired specialises in making corrosion-resistant valves and pipe components of high-alloy steel for customers in the pharmaceutical and food sectors.
For high-alloy steel and aluminium machining, special purpose Multan 77-4 provides extremely high lubricity even at low concentration.
Two- and three-bladed open rotors, high-alloy steel knives, noise levels that meet OSHA requirements, and heavy-duty construction.
Operation: roughing of high-alloy steel, cutting length: 23.6" F 4033 Shoulder Milling Cutter Tool size D = 1.50", Z = 4" D = 2.00", Z = 5" Cutting Edges/Indexable Insert: 8 2 Period of Engagement: 0.59 min 1.98 min vc: 410 fpm 328 fpm vf: 40 ipm 12 ipm n: 1044/rpm 626/rpm
Xylan 5230 can easily be applied to a wide range of substrates, including aluminium, brass, high-alloy steel, carbon steel, and titanium.
A forged, heat-treated, high-alloy steel headshaft is guaranteed for life.
At the same time, for melting low-, medium- and high-alloy steel of different grades, functional designation and operation characteristics, it is required that the steel be alloyed by one or several ferroalloys in various combinations, the list of which includes more than 10-12 metals (manganese, silicon, chromium, nickel, tungsten, molybdenum, vanadium, titanium, niobium, cerium, boron, calcium, rare-earth metals, etc.).
Because of the high values in fracture mechanics, a high-alloy steel with a tightly controlled steel alloy chemistry was selected.

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