High quality alloy steel is a result of use of selected high grade native material that is forged at certain temperatures to form a superior grade alloy useful in many different industrial and domestic applications as precisely crafted components or fittings. The alloy steel is made by combining steel and other metals like iron, chromium, copper, cobalt which are converted in molten form and add to the potential mechanical properties of the alloy.
This alloy is then put through press machines or forging devices and takes the shapes of round bars of differing dimensions, thickness and width, as needed for the application. The round bars are well finished and come in various types based on the kind of treatment they undergo at the factory unit. They come in cold finished, hot rolled, heat treated types which refers to the type of temperature treatment they have undergone. Even the amount of carbon in them varies, changing their physical attributes adding to its overall performance capability.