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306 Steel Information

08/26/2011 4:17 AM

I need to know 306 steel information's such as chemical composition and its difference with 304 steel and why it isn't in stainless steel grades ?

please help me thank you

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Re: 306 steel

08/26/2011 5:34 AM

Having trouble with search engines today, then?

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Re: 306 Steel Information

08/26/2011 7:24 PM

Just look any metals web site.

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08/28/2011 4:55 AM

See here.

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