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Carbon Steel

Carbon Steel Carbon steel: It is made of iron and carbon alloy. Carbon alloys containing high amounts of carbon, a steel that can be hardened and forged, are called cast iron. They are divided into three groups as low, medium and high carbon steels according to the amount of carbon they contain. 1-Low carbon steels:

Free Cutting Steel

Free Cutting Steel Unlike other steel groups, the cost of Free Cutting Steel used in fast machining is also very low. Due to its physical and chemical properties, it can be drilled, threaded and even used in turning and milling in automaton steel, which can be used in machining. Free machining steels containing lead elements

Alloy Steel

Alloy Steel The type of steel obtained by adding alloying materials such as chromium, nickel and molybdenum in order to increase its strength, corrosion and thermal resistance is called alloy steel. Alloy steels, which can be used in cutting, drilling and shaping processes with environments where corrosion is suitable, are produced to be used under

Stainless Steel Sales

Stainless Steel Stainless steel, which is an iron alloy, is a group of steel that contains 10.5% -1.2% chromium. The chromium element in stainless steel, which is distinguished from other steel groups with its stainless feature, provides protection from oxygen by covering the surface of the material with the oxide layer it forms on the