Micro Alloying / Alloying Metals

Bismuth Manganese cored wire

Bismuth Manganese cored wire is the source of bismuth addition in steel, which is used to enhance the machinability of steel and manufacturing of free cutting steel.

CARBON CORED WIRE

CARBON CORED WIRE

Ferro Alloys for Micro-alloying of Steel

Microalloyed (MA) steels have matured during the past 40 years into an important class of high-strength structural materials.

Lead For Free Machining Steels

Lead is added to steels for improving machinability. Lead is only slightly soluble in liquid or solid steel and, when added, some will be present as a dispersion of discrete but preferably submicroscopic metallic lead inclusions.

SELENIUM

Selenium improves the machinability of steels.

Sulphur Cored Wires

Many steel specifications require significant alloying quantities of sulphur, primarily for its ability to improve machinability of the final product.

TELLURIUM IN STEEL MAKING

TELLURIUM IN STEEL MAKING