Carbon Steel

Low Carbon Steel

Steel with carbon content between 0.05 – 0.25%, easy to shape and suitable for low strength fasteners.

Medium Carbon Steel

Steel with carbon content between 0.29 – 0.54%, ductile and strong with low wearing properties.

High Carbon Steel

Steel with carbon content between 0.55 – 0.95%, strong and ideal for high strength fasteners.


Alloy Steel


Chromium alloyed steel with increased corrosion resistance among other alloy steel material.

Chrome Vanadium

Hardenable alloy steel with resistance to abrasion, oxidation and corrosion.


Molybdenum bearing steels are generally employed for heat resistance application.


Low alloy steel with high tensile strength and corrosion resistance, suitable for high-temperature / pressure applications.


Low alloy steel with addition of nickel, chromium and molybdenum with high strength and impact properties.


Steel containing 0.2-0.3% molybdenum and 1.65-3.75% nickel as alloying elements with case hardening properties.


Nickel Chromium

Nickel and chromium added alloy steel with toughness, resistance to oxidation and corrosion.

Silicon Manganese Steel

Alloy steel designed for spring products at high temperature service applications.

Tool Steel

Distinctive Hardness, resistance to abrasion and deformation with prominent stability at high strength.


Stainless Steel

Austenic Stainless Steel

Range of low cost corrosion resistant nickel chromium alloys with low carbon content.

Ferritic Steel

High chromium magnetic stainless steel with good ductility, resistance to corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.

Martensitic Stainless Steel

Heat-treatable magnetic stainless steel with resistance to erosion and wearing due to high core hardness.

Precipitation Hardening

Group of age-hardened stainless steel alloys, capable of achieving high tensile strength through heat-treatment.

Duplex Steel

Dual phase alloy including austenitic and ferritic microstructure with high strength and corrosion resistance.

Super Duplex Steel

Similar to Duplex but with higher chromium and molybdenum content that adds increased corrosion resistance.

High Moly Stainless Steel

Austenitic stainless steel with increased molybdenum content for superior corrosion resistance.


Super Alloys


Non magnetic Cobalt Chromium alloys, designed for wear resistance and high corrosion resistance.


Age hardening high nickel based alloy, designed for use in high temperature applications like gas turbines.


Carbon free iron alloys and upto 25% nickel, known for superior strength gained by slow cooling and age hardening.

Rene® Alloys

Nickel based alloys capable of retaining high strength over temperature between 1200 – 1800° F.

Sanicro® Alloys

High alloy multi-purpose austenitic stainless steel with high resistance to acids, SCC, pitting anc crevice corrosion.

Invar® Alloys

Nickel iron alloy with uniquely low coefficient of thermal expansion, also known by generic name FeNi36.

Nilo® Alloys

Alike Invar® alloys, Nilo® alloys nickel iron alloys offering exceptionally low coefficient of thermal expansion.


Non Ferrous Metal & Alloys


Metal with low density and high strength offering high strength to weight ratio with wide range of applications.

Titanium Alloy

Family of alloys with titanium and other elements providing range of strength and toughness.


Non ferrous ductile metal with high thermal and electrical conductivity.

Copper Alloys

Family of copper alloys with addition of various alloying elements like tin, zinc, manganese, silicon and aluminium.


A rare transition metal that is hard, highly corrosive and almost immue to chemical attacks


Strong transition metal that is highly corrosion resistant with nuclear applications.


Non magnetic, highly ductile, light weight metal with high thermal and electrical conductivity.


Hard and ductile transition metal with superior strength and corrosion resistance.

Nickel Alloys

Family of high nickel based alloys with enhanced properties for high performance service.


Ductile metal having highest melting point after tantalum and tungsten and is highly resistant to corrosions.


High Performance Nickel Alloys


A high nickel based super alloy with addition of chromoum and iron, resistant to corrosion at high temperatures.


Nickel copper alloy with high tensile strength and resistance to sea water corrosion.


Nickel chromium molybdenum superalloy with primary resistance to chemical attacks, crevice and pitting.


Nickel based high performance alloy with exceptional resistance to many aggressive corrosion environments.


Wrought, age-hardened Nickel Chromium alloy that is strengthened by additives like titanium, aluminium and carbon.


Copper Alloys

Chromium Copper

Heat treatable, corrosion resistant copper alloy which combines high electrical conductivity with high strength.

Copper Nickel

Alloy of copper and nickel exhibiting high resistance to sea-water and marine biofouling.

Beryllium Copper

Also known as copper beryllium having highest strength among any copper alloy.


Widely used alloy of copper and zinc that can be varied to achieve varying mechanical and electrical properties.

Aluminium Bronze

Copper alloy that is used in highly corrosive environments besides providing optimum wear and abrasive resistance

Nickel Aluminium Bronze

Copper alloy best known for their high strength and corrosion resistance.

Silicon Aluminium Bronze

Silicon added aluminium bronze with enhanced strength, corrosion resistance and impact strength.

Phosphor Bronze

Alloy of copper, phosphorus and tin with increased strength, corrosion resistance, and wear resistance.

Silicon Bronze

Low leaded copper alloy with high corrosion resistance ideal for marine industry.

Manganese Bronze

Ideal for high load, low speed applications that require a combination of outstanding wear characteristics and high bearing strength.

Tin Bronze

A hard, strong alloy able to withstand wear and corrosion under high load, low speed applications.