There are many types of alloy steel, and it is also suitable for different environments in production, playing its own special role. Some have excellent heat conductivity and can be used for heat dissipation, while others are very strong, resistant to friction and not easy to wear. They are mostly used for gear processing, and some have very good toughness. This proves that different types of alloy steel have different characteristics and also play different roles.
Of course, the main cause of these different types and properties is the casting process. The conditions for alloy steel casting are very strict, and it is necessary to smelt according to the characteristics of each raw material to bring out the advantages of it. At the same time, it is also necessary to have a detailed understanding of the reactions between materials, to process and merge according to smoothness and classification, and to refine after preliminary processing to ensure that the finished product can have pre-performance.
The production of alloys is the unique physical reaction of different metal materials and carbon-based materials. The same is true for alloy steels. Different alloy steels have different requirements for temperature and other requirements during the production and casting process. What is needed is careful grasp and overall control.