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There are several reasons for adding a Master Alloys to a melt, the main one being selective composition adjustment.  They are used to modify the composition of the molten metal, allowing you to achieve a desired chemical specification.  A second important application is for specific performance requirements.  Master Alloys have the ability to change the micro-structure of a metal during casting and solidification in order to change its properties.  Properties that can be modified include: castability, surface finish, electrical conductivity, mechanical strength or ductility.

Tubular Steel, Inc. (TSI) was founded in 1953 in St. Louis, Missouri. Over the years, TSI has grown its business in terms of products, services, locations, and employees. Today, the company consists of seven service centers across the United States, which stock over 60,000 tons and ship over 2 million custom-cut lengths of pipe, tubing, and bar products annually. In addition to being a leading distributor and processor of carbon, alloy, and stainless steel products, TSI and its team of over 350 employees is dedicated to helping their customers achieve savings through their innovative solutions. The company, along with its subsidiary, Metalcraft Enterprises, Inc., was acquired by Reliance in January 2016.

Master one aluminum and glass

master one aluminum and glass

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