Alloy Structural Steel

Qilu’s materials processing guidelines are designed to help customers with plate processing operations such as cutting, bending, welding, machining and heat treatment. Based on the results from extensive testing performed by our dedicated Research & Development Centre, the guidelines cover a wide range of industrial conditions and represent to the best of our knowledge, current practices in the industry.

What is Alloy Structural Steel?

In addition to iron and carbon, other elements are added to steel, which is called alloy  structural steel. An iron-carbon alloy composed of adding an appropriate amount of one or more alloying elements on the basis of ordinary carbon steel. According to the different elements added, and the appropriate processing technology, high strength, high toughness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, low temperature resistance, high temperature resistance, non-magnetic and other special properties can be obtained.

Related models of alloy structural steel

Our alloy structural steel products include the following models:

Industries and uses of alloy steel

  • Car parts
  • Oilfield equipment
  • Mechanical Engineering Industry
  • Gear Components and Gears
  • Aerospace
  • Military industry
  • Moulds for plastic materials
  • Chromium steels for machine structure use