Alloy Steel plate
As plates, these include strength, hardness, toughness, wear resistance and corrosion resistance. Many of the alloy steels are easy to machine, stamp and fabricate and can be manufactured to precise tolerances.
Alloy steel plates are defined as steel plates with a definite range or definite minimum quantity of additional elements, depending on the alloy.
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