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Alloy Steel Grade 92

Alloy Steel Grade 92 is a high-strength, low-alloy steel grade incorporating chromium, nickel, and molybdenum. It offers superior strength at elevated temperatures, which makes it suitable for applications in many industries, such as the energy sector, power plants, pipelines, construction, etc. The composition of alloy steel grade 92 consists of 0.10 - 0.25% Carbon; 1.1 - 2% Silicon; up to 2% Manganese; 5 - 6% Nickel; up to 4 % Chromium; 0.3 – 0.5 Molybdenum and other trace elements like phosphorus (max), sulphur (max), Nitrogen (min) etc. This grade adapts perfectly well when subjected to service temperatures ranging from ambient cryogenic up to 650°C with weldability ensured by its low carbon equivalent content and good notch impact toughness compared with conventional steels used for similar purposes.


Alloy Steel Grade 92 is a low-alloy steel with superior corrosion resistance and strength. It has excellent weldability, formability, and machinability properties. It is used in applications such as valves, bearings, gears, shafts, pump parts, etc., where high wear and tear occurs. This alloy steel grade provides excellent fracture toughness and fatigue strength for critical components, making it suitable for aircraft parts or oil drilling equipment applications.

Alloy Steel Grade 92 Equivalent Grades

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