Specialty steels are formed by adding various elements to iron ore to achieve heat resistance, strength and corrosion resistance. Special steel is used to manufacture various engineering components for industries from automobiles and other transportation equipment to daily home appliances and smartphone and other precision equipment.
Stainless Steel is a broad term that covers a diverse range of stainless steel alloys, and specialised grades. It is produced mainly from iron and carbon with the addition of chromium as well as nickel and other alloying elements, resulting corrosion resistance, the quality that sets it stainless steel apart from all other kinds of steel.
Stainless Steel products are immune to high and low heat and are fabricated quickly in addition to their strength and durability. The benefits of using SS steels are that they are easily cleaned and maintained, aesthetically appealing as well as recyclable making it an ideal material that is both long-lasting and cost-effective.
With an expansive network of manufacturers all around the world, we are able to provide over a 100 different standards and grades of stainless steel, with the exact chemical properties to meet your design requirements.
Ferritic Stainless Steels
Ferritic stainless steel offers excellent corrosion resistance and high temperature oxidation resistance. These steels are classified in the 400 series with 10% to 30% chromium, are higher strength than carbon steels, and are continuously magnetic. Ferritic steels are preferred by a range of industries including appliances, automotive, oil & Gas, and architectural design.
Martensitic Stainless Steels
Martensitic stainless steel is both strong and flexible. It’s uses range from kitchenware and cutlery to industrial blades. All the Martensitic steel grades have high strength due to the addition of aluminium, copper, niobium and other alloying elements. They are also magnetic in both annealed and heat-treated products.
Austenitic Stainless Steels
The most common out of all the different grades of stainless steel, Austenitic steels offer outstanding corrosion resistance and formability. They are used in a variety of applications within the automotive, appliances and architectural industries.
Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels
PH steels are from the family of martensitic or semi-austenitic steels with the addition of alloying elements. Precipitation hardening steels are developed to provide high strength, and are Austenitic when annealed and martensitic in the hardened form.
Duplex Stainless Steels
A composite of austenitic and ferritic steels, Duplex stainless steel is both high strength and flexible. Duplex steel grades are used In the paper, pulp, shipbuilding, and petrochemical sectors.
Electrical steels are the magnetic cores of the machines that run our world. Grain Oriented and Non-Oriented steels are essential in power generation to transform mechanical energy to electricity.
We are committed to sourcing the most powerful electrical steels for transformers, generators and engines as well as hybrid and electric automotive engines.
Durable, reflective, strong and corrosion-resistant – these are the properties that make Aluminum the perfect choice for our customers in the aerospace, building and construction, Electrical appliances and packaging products industries, to name a few.
There are countless advantages to choosing aluminium for your industrial needs as it is often referred to as a wonder metal. Aluminium products are light weight with outstanding electrical and thermal conductivity in addition to being highly corrosion resistant and ductile.
Our goal is to provide high-quality and eco-friendly aluminium products including extruded bars and profiles, sheets, plates, foil products, pipes.
We bring you a full range of dimensions, extruded from a portfolio of over 70 different aluminium alloys in cold finished and extruded rod and bar, wrought and cast plate, pipe and tubing, as well as sheet and custom processed products to meet your specific requirements.