Machinery Steel

Machinery steel is used for oil quenching and also suitable for flame hardening and induction hardening.
Due to its good hardenability, it is typically used for parts such as heavy shafts and gears that are subject to
strict demands on toughness.

Stainless Steel Plates and Shafting

Stainless steels possess superior corrosion resistance and excellent formability that make it very versatile and useful in numerous applications and industries. Depending on the grade, stainless steels can have abrasion resistance and high strength properties and can also perform in both high and low temperature environments.

Armor Plates

Quenched and tempered armor grade steel plates are used in various security and protection applications where there are requirements on light weight, high hardness and resistance to ballistic projectiles.

Structural Steel Plates

High performance structural steels are low alloy, high strength steels that have a yield stress multiple times that of carbon steel whilst featuring excellent weldablity, formability and notch toughness. These steels allow for reductions in section thickness without compromising structural integrity.

Chromium Carbide Clad Plates

A Chromium Carbide Clad plate is composed of a mild steel base plate overlaid with chromium carbide to form an extremely wear resistant compound material with superior hardness and durability. Hardness ranges from 600-750BHN. It is ideal for environments with high pressure sliding abrasion and elevated temperatures.

Abrasion Resistant Plates

Abrasion Resistant (AR) plates are steel plates intended for applications where resistance to abrasion and heavy impact are imposed. Also known as wear resistant plates, these plates have a hardness of up to 600BHN with good weldability and ductility properties.