Webinar: Trace Elements in Carbon Steel and Importance of Detection Limits

When dealing with low alloy steels, manufacturing companies have a liability to be 100% sure that the chemistry properties provided on the certificate from their materials supplier are accurate before introducing the material into their process. To fully understand and investigate effects on melt chemistry and material properties, it’s necessary to analyze the full composition at very low detection limits.

Gavin Soon our Senior Sales Manager, Asia presented a webinar on “Trace Elements in Carbon Steel and Importance of Detection Limits”. The session entailed:

- Low alloy steel (LAS) - properties and uses of LAS

- Identification and control of residual elements

- Control of trace elements

- Control of melt chemistry

- Meet requirements of ASTM standards

- Technologies to mitigate risks involving high alloy steels


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