Alloy steel scrap

Alloy steel scrap – is scrap of steel containing alloying elements in its chemical composition, which increase performance characteristics of the steels, for example: nickel, chromium, molybdenum and others.

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Alloy steel scrap

Types of alloy steel scrap:

  • low-alloyed steel scrap (structural and tool steel; examples: WNL, WCL);
  • highly-alloyed steel scrap (stainless, acid-proof steel – it is a constant that contains a minimum of 16% Cr, a minimum of 6% Ni (according to AISI and ASTM – series 300; these include stainless steel containing a minimum of 11% Cr, according to AISI, series 400).

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