Alloy Steel Grade 1 Coil is a type of chromium-manganese alloy steel. It has excellent corrosion resistance and strength, making it suitable for various applications. The composition of this coil consists primarily of iron with the addition of other elements such as Chromium (Cr), Manganese (Mn), Phosphorus (P), Silicon (Si) and Sulphur (S). Small amounts of Nickel, Molybdenum, Copper and Lead may also be present in certain grades. Including these elements significantly enhances properties like strength, toughness, and flexibility, which are essential for many industrial applications.
Alloy Steel Grade 1 Coil is a high-tensile steel alloy with outstanding strength and corrosion resistance. It can be used in numerous applications, from pressure vessel and oil storage tanks to bridge construction, shipbuilding, automotive components, railway carriages and general engineering. The low carbon content also makes it suitable for fabrication using welding processes. Other advantages include excellent fatigue properties, good formability, generous hardenability, good mechanical properties after heat treatment, and easy machinability.