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An alloy steel is defined as a steel with more than 1.65% manganese, 0.6% silicon, 0.4% copper, 0.3% chromium, 0.08% molybdenum or other minimum quantities of elements such as nickel, tungesten or cobalt. There are many grades available in this family, each with its own distinct properties.

Price Guide: POA

Generally we tend to supply grades not readily available in Australia, which can be to ASTM, DIN, BS or other standards. These can be in many forms:

  • sheet/plate
  • bar/billet
  • tube
  • pipe, fittings and flanges
  • fasteners

Some of the specifications available include:

  • ASTM A182 Grades F1 - F5 - F9 - F11 - F22
  • ASTM A193 Grades B7 - B16
  • ASTM A203 Grades E-PVQ
  • ASTM A204 Grades B-PVQ - C-PVQ
  • ASTM A209 Grades T1 - T1A - Tb
  • ASTM A213 Grades T2 - T5 - T11 - T12 - T22
  • ASTM A242
  • ASTM A335 Grades P1 - P2 - P5 - P9 - P11 - P12 - P22
  • ASTM A350 Grades LF1 - LF2 - LF3
  • ASTM A387 Grades 5-PVQ - 9-PVQ - 11-PVQ - 12-PVQ - 22-PVQ - 91-PVQ
  • ASTM A514 Grades BHN 321-360 - A - B - E - F - H - Q
  • ASTM A517
  • ASTM A588 Grades A - B - C - Modified
  • ASTM A606
  • ASTM A607 Grade 50

If you are looking for these materials, please contact us with your enquiry.

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