Alloy steels are steels containing elements such as chromium, cobalt, nickel, etc. Alloy steels comprise a wide range of steels having compositions that exceed the limitations of Si, Va, Cr, Ni, Mo, Mn, B and C allocated for carbon steels. In comparison with carbon steels, alloy steels are a lot more responsive to mechanical and heat treatments. Alloy steels can be subjected to unique melting and deoxidization processes for specific kind of applications.
Aluminium is a common material use for building and construction, able to form into various shape and profile.
Galvanized steel is produced by passing cold rolled steel through a kettle containing molten zinc. This metal-coating process ensures the adhesion of zinc to the surface of the steel sheet, which provides excellent corrosion resistance through a process of sacrificial corrosion. Applications include roofing, base material for pre-painting, ducting and other constructionrelated uses. Available in plain or pre-painted sheets or coils.
Nickel Alloys: Incoloy / Inconel / Monel / Nickel / Nilo / Nimonic / Hastelloy Shape: Sheet / Plate / Bar / Tube / Pipe / Wire / Forged
Stainless steel has the excellent corrosion resistant, commonly use for outdoor construction.
Titanium are considered unalloyed and have similar mechanical properties. Although unalloyed titanium is not very useful for structural applications, titanium alloys are highly praised for their use in aerospace, high-temperature and biomedical applications.