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CARBON STEEL

Carbon steel, also called plain carbon steel, is a metal alloy, a combination of two elements, iron and carbon, where other elements are present in quantities too small to affect the properties. The only other alloying elements allowed in plain-carbon steel are manganese (1.65% max), silicon (0.60% max), and copper (0.60% max). Steel with a low carbon content has the same properties as iron, soft but easily formed.

SHAPE STEEL

The company mainly manufactures large and middle specification composite sectional and various special mechanical shape steel which is applicable for power towers ,bridges car and ships, machinery, plant house, holders, framers, civil engineering structural parts etc.

SPRING STEEL

Spring is one of the most important safety components of static and dynamic loaded automobile and railways. It is meant to absorb the repeated shocks of strain & stress and provide a safe & reliable suspension mechanism.

STAINLESS STEEL

Stainless steel is a value added engineering  product with high corrosion resistant properties primarily due to the presence of minimum of 10.5% chromium. This chromium combined with oxygen forms a chrome-oxide surface layer that prevents further oxidation ,which results in staining or rusting  of a surface. Higher levels of chromium and additions of other alloy elements such as nickel and molybdenum enhance this surface layer and improve the corrosion resistance of the stainless material. Stainless steel today has varied end-uses in production of utensils, household wares, automobiles, architecture, building, construction, surgical equipment, industrial applications and railway wagons.

AUTO STEEL

Auto steel has a wide variety. The company manufactures auto steel including gearing steel, spring flat steel  and free cutting & non hardened and tempered steel which are mainly used for crankshaft, shaft, connecting rod ,camshaft and front beam etc.

SLAG

Slag is the by-product of smelting ore to purify metals. They can be considered to be a mixture of metal oxides; however, they can contain metal sulfides and metal atoms in the elemental form. While slags are generally used as a waste removal mechanism in metal smelting, they can also serve other purposes, such as assisting in smelt temperature control and minimizing re-oxidation of the final liquid metal product before casting. Granulated slag act as the raw material for cement plant.


The production of iron by humans began probably sometime after 2000 BC in south-west or south-central Asia, perhaps in the Caucasus region. Thus began the Iron Age, when iron replaced bronze in implements and weapons. This shift occurred because iron, when alloyed with a bit of carbon, is harder more