Alloy Steel Parts

Alloy steel is any type of steel to which one or more elements besides carbon have been intentionally added, to produce a desired physical property or characteristic. Common elements that are added to make alloy steel are molybdenum, manganese, nickel, silicon, boron, chromium, and vanadium.

Alloy steel is often subdivided into two groups: high alloy steels and low alloy steels. Most agree that any steel that is alloyed with more than eight percent of its weight being other elements beside iron and carbon, is high alloy steel. The physical properties of these steels are modified by the other elements, to give them greater hardness, durability, corrosion resistance, or toughness as compared to carbon steel. To achieve such properties, these alloys often require heat treatment.

Material:Alloy Steel
Process:CNC Turning,CNC Milling, CNC Grinding;CNC Lathe Machining, CNC Boring, CNC Drilling
Surface treatment:Hardness anodizing black/clear colors,Steel oxidizing dark-blue, Electro-polishing, Eectroless Nickel plating, Chrome plating, Silver plating, Golden plating 
Accuracy:Accuracy Of Machining: +/-0.01 mm         Accuracy of Grinding:   +/-0.005   mm
Surface Roughness: Ra0.8                          Parallelism: +/-0.005mm
Verticality: +/-0.005mm                              Concentricity:     0.003mm
Testing facility:CMM,Projector, Roughness Tester, Hardness Tester, Concentricity Tester. Height Tester.
Certificate: CE, TUV, SGS or TPI
Package:EPE foam/ Anti-Rust Paper/   Stretch Film/ Plastic bag and Carton or per customes'requirement
Application:Applications in Automotive, Electronics, Electrical, Communication Equipment, Architecture, Energy, Medical Equipment, Furniture, LED, Bicycle, Aviation, etc