In contrast to quality steels, stainless steels are designed for specific stresses. They are characterised by a higher degree of purity and as a result, they contain fewer non-metallic inclusions such as phosphorus and sulphur. High-grade structural steel is mainly used for highly stressed parts in the construction of plant and vehicles, but also for tools such as drills, screwdrivers and Allen keys.
High-grade structural steel is suitable for targeted heat treatment and as a result, it achieves higher strength and elasticity values that can be optimised for the respective application.
Wilhelm Jungermann GmbH supplies high-grade structural steel with the alloy elements chromium, nickel, molybdenum and vanadium, which are designed for high loads.