ARC Furnace Steel
Refers to the electric arc furnace in the furnace through the graphite electrode input electrical energy, to the electrical extremes and the burden (scrap, etc.) between the arc as a heat source, so that the furnace charge and alloy material melting and refining made of steel. The main varieties of arc furnace steel are high quality carbon steel, low alloy steel and alloy steel. The Eaf steelmaking method is the main steelmaking method for the production of steel and special quality Steels.
Non-vacuum Induction Furnace Steel
Refers to the use of induction electrothermal effect in non-vacuum induction furnace to make scrap steel, alloy material, such as molten steel and refined into the Furnace. The main varieties are special quality alloy Steels.
Vacuum Induction Furnace Steel
Refers to the use of induction heating effect in the vacuum induction furnace, scrap steel, alloy material, such as molten steel and refined into the Furnace. Vacuum induction furnace steel has low gas content, low content of sulfur and phosphorus impurity, and less inclusions. The main varieties are special-purpose quality alloy Steels.