A steel alloy is created when other metals are added to the basic combination of iron and carbon, improving its properties.
Stainless steel is alloy steel to which at least 10.5% chromium has been added, making the material stain-resistant.
By definition, all steel is a mixture of iron and carbon. Steel to which no alloy elements have been added is called “carbon steel.”
These metals are used in mildly corrosive environments containing chlorides, carbon dioxide and low hydrogen sulphate concentrations.
Nickel alloys are extremely corrosion-resistant, even at very high strength levels.
Oil country tubular goods can be either seamless (hot-pierced) or seam-welded.
Visit our global location list to contact your regional representative: Contact