high manganese steel use

high manganese steel use

Leveraging on our vast experience, we have been able to offer an extensive range of High Manganese Steel Plate.These products are features with fully austenitic, quench annealed, non-magnetic and work-hardening steel with an exceptionally high level of wear resistance when subjected to work.

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