Alloy Steel Tubing
All steels are alloys, but not all steels are “Alloy steels”. Alloy Steel Tubing are added with many elements, which consist of 1.0-50% of the total weight. Commonly alloyed elements include nickel, chromium, vanadium, silicon, manganese molybdenum, and boron. Some lesser alloyed elements include copper, cobalt, titanium, cerium, zirconium, tin, zinc, niobium, and lead.
The addition of alloying elements gives the alloy steel Tubing a variety of characteristics. These Tubing have toughness, strength, Wearing resistance, corrosion resistance and hardenability. The alloying element