Alloy Steel Strip
Alloy steel strips are used whenever standard high carbon grades cannot reach the requested results. Different grades contain specific alloyed elements to emphasize the main properties important for specific applications.
Chromium: better oxidation resistance. More than 12% means stainless steel
Manganese: higher maximum hardness
Molybdenum: higher hardness after hardening
Vanadium: finer structure for better fatigue limit
Nickel: more duct ability and better hardening penetration
We are able to analyze stamping forming, rebound and collision for alloy steel strips. For examples, material chemical composition, tissue properties such as yield strength, tensile strength, n-value, r-value, elongation, as well as material data such as stress strain curves, fatigue curves, welding processes.