Casting; Alloy steel casting

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The steel casting process in which various elements are alloyed in the figure between 1.0% and  50% by mass is known as alloy steel casting. Alloying in casting is basically utilized to upgrade the mechanical properties. Alloy steel casting is categorized into two classes.

  1. High alloy steel
  2. Low alloy steel

High-Alloy steel casting: This type of alloy-casting is prepared to improve the properties like heat resistance, corrosion, or wear resistance. Hadfield’s manganese steel and stainless steel are included in this category.

Low-alloy steel: They resemble just like carbon steel but also possess high hardening ability. It contains 1-5% of alloying metals.

Benefits of alloy steel casting:

  • High strength: As alloy means the mixing of metals, alloy steel is used for casting purposes because of its firm strength. Because of its application, it is widely used in different industries including machine tools, hardware, dairy machinery and equipment, vehicles and automotive, mining machinery, food industries, petrochemical industries, the marine, and other transport industries, and so on.
  • Better than any other casting: In alloy steel casting, different metals like chromium, molybdenum, etc are used. Each metal has a unique property, which makes alloy steel casting superior among other castings. We can make alloy steel casting by combining carbon and stainless steel casting.

Best manufacturers of alloy steel casting:

Lantian Precision Casting and Machining is a China-based company that deals with all types of casting material. They produce different casting including carbon steel casting, alloy steel casting, stainless steel casting. Because of their quality services, they are considered as no.1 casting manufacturers all over the world.

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