tempered steel


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tempered steel

Steel that has been heated to a high temperature and then quenched, usually a number of times, a process that significantly hardens it; also called case-hardened steel.
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They included, among others, the Eagle line of aluminum and tempered steel electronic calipers, the TESA-Hite height gage, and the TESATronic electronic measuring gages.
Innersprings are now zoned with 50 percent more tempered steel in the helical wire under the support zones, while foundations are zoned using a mixture of PowerFlex torsion bars and formed steel.
The lifestyle, however, creates a worker as tough as tempered steel.
Replacement of this area of brass with tempered steel, therefore, should allow the handloader to work at maximum pressures almost indefinitely (as far as case-life is concerned, anyway) with a larger safety margin.
9Mm X 10/ 14 Tpi Teeth Material Grade M42 ,Teeth Are Made Of Alloyed High Speed Steel With 8 Percent Cobalt And 10 Percent Molybedynum And Teeth Hardness 68-69 Hrc,Back Material High Tensile Tempered Steel With 3.
When fully operational, the line is expected to increase SSAB's capacity for quenched and tempered steel by 200,000 tonnes.
The most popular iron of the 19th century, however, was the sad iron, made of solid cast iron faced with tempered steel.
It is probably at this stage the youngster realised the futility of plastic when confronted by tempered steel.
It comes with tempered steel cutting heads backed by a five-year warranty.
Since then, he's become a fully qualified pro as his legs evolved to appendages of tempered steel.
America's economic pause enables him to be a malleable iron chancellor, rather than one forged in tempered steel.
Piggott does better in scenes of some confusion when Court Melody (John Sutcliffe, jun) wins the first part of the mile maiden from Tempered Steel (Tom Jones/Greville Starkey).