Understanding the Importance of Flatness in Steel Plate Quality

When steel is described as “flat,” this refers to the surface condition of a steel plate or sheet. Specifically, flatness in steel indicates the material’s surface is even and uniform without significant waviness, twists, or warping. Flatness is critical for various applications where precision and consistency are required, such as in machinery manufacturing, construction, and automotive industries. (more…)

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What’s the Difference Between Steel vs Titanium?

Steel and titanium are the go-to elements for designers looking for rugged and tough materials. Available in a wide assortment, there are dozens of titanium alloys and hundreds of steel alloys to choose from to suit various project needs.

This blog offers a comprehensive comparison between these two, delving into their distinct properties, advantages, and guidance on selecting the appropriate material for your project. (more…)

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Common Questions About High Manganese Steel (Manganal)

High manganese steel (Manganal) is perhaps one of the most unique and exceptional types of specialized steel on the market. However, if you mention ‘Manganese’ to anyone outside of the world of metallurgy, you’ll likely be met with a blank stare.

To help you to understand just how exceptional Titus Steel’s high manganese steel is, we have assembled a list of the most common questions that customers tend to ask:


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Understanding the Differences: Hot Rolled Steel vs. Cold Rolled Steel

When it comes to processing wear-resistant steel, there are many ways to go about it, including forging, casting, extrusion, machining, as well as hot and cold rolling. Each method has its unique advantages and can be selected based on the required properties and the intended use of the final steel product.

The main difference between hot rolled steel and cold rolled steel lies in the manufacturing process and the resulting properties of the finished products. Both processes involve the rolling of steel between two or more rollers, which compress the metal to a desired thickness. Somewhat like rolling dough with a rolling pin to make a pie crust, the processes of hot and cold rolling steel produce a product that can be trimmed to a desired width and length. (more…)

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