Ways of Cutting Steel
POSTED ON November 20, 2017 IN Metal Cutting Services

There are a variety of ways to efficiently cut stainless steel. What are the differences, and which is best for your project? Take a look at this quick guide to know the best way to cut steel for your metal needs. Grinding This method uses an abrasive wheel to cut through the metal. The resulting … Continue reading Ways of Cutting Steel

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What Industries Use Stainless Steel?
POSTED ON August 31, 2017 IN Stainless Steel Products

A wide variety of industries use stainless steel. The steel can be a part of a product or used in manufacturing. Does your industry need stainless steel? Food processing This metal is used in food processing machines to keep a sterile environment. Bacteria are unable to survive on stainless steel, so it won’t affect the … Continue reading What Industries Use Stainless Steel?

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What Makes Stainless Steel Stainless?
POSTED ON August 24, 2017 IN Stainless Steel Alloys

Stainless steel is one of the more popular steel types. It’s used in a wide variety of industries, and even a significant number of home appliances. However, the name doesn’t always make sense to people. Does steel even stain? What makes stainless steel “stainless”? The metal is “stainless” because it doesn’t rust. Steel is made … Continue reading What Makes Stainless Steel Stainless?

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Understanding Steel Targets
POSTED ON July 12, 2017 IN Steel Targets

Alliant Metals wants to provide our customers with as many details as possible about steel targets, and here are a few things you should be aware of.

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What is AR500 Steel?
POSTED ON May 24, 2017 IN Metal Cutting Services

When discussing our steel gong targets with customers, the experts at Alliant Metals are often asked what AR500 steel is. For those who have never bought a steel target before, it’s a valid question, especially with all of our targets are created from the same metal. Our professionals want our customers to understand our standards, and why AR500 is the only steel we should use for their metal targets. 

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