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low steel

A soft steel containing a small amount of carbon (less than 0.25%).
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In regards of the specimen a 17" two piston frame-design caliper in combination with cast iron rotors and low steel brake pads were used.
Conditions of disc surface roughness Subject Roughness Range Quantity 1-4[micro]m (TARGET 1) 5ea Non Steel Pad(Grinding) 4-10 jurn (TARGET 2) 5ea More than 10 [micro]m (TARGET3) 5ea 1-4[micro]m (TARGET 1) 5ea Low Steel Pad(Honing) 4-10 [micro]m (TARGET 2) 5ea More than 10 [micro]m (TARGET3) 5ea Table 2.
The low steel prices in some countries, such as China, are due to the fact that their currencies have deteriorated, Hanafy noted.
The increase in capacity from low steel content to high steel content was the highest in the LPrc units (about 200%), but these models were still the least effective even with high steel content.
According to company guidance, the low steel prices seen in 4Q11 are expected to extend through 1Q12.
He considered that The previous low steel price has already approached to insiders bottom offer in their heart.
MY WEEK Punting high None Punting low Steel City Boy's jockey nearly came off at the start and the horse was a never-nearer second behind a well-backed stablemate at Lingfield last Tuesday, so that meant just the five winners in the Jackpot.
Bradshaw is a nervous passenger at the best of times but on this occasion his fear was paramount, as he refused to look over the low steel barrier and the deep ravine to his right.
He also referred to the currently low steel price and the fact that banks in general like such projects.
A construction boom aided by low steel prices helped lead to supply shortages and a trucking strike has left stocks of cement undelivered in many parts of the country.
STEEL maker Corus posted falling profits yesterday after business was hit by low steel prices and higher energy costs.