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T-Steel technology results in higher usability and yield strength steels with measurable energy and emissions savings

T-Steel technology involves special enhancements to the manufacturing process, including the additions of certain appropriate standard alloys where required. The technology process involves certain exactly defined parameters, micro-alloying technologies, and other ancillary operations, which are used during the manufacturing process. T-Steel has higher strength and significantly improved mechanical parameters compared to conventional steel products, including higher usability strength and higher yield strength. Measurable savings in energy requirements and emissions are also available in most T-Steel types, meaning using the T-Steel manufacturing technology can decrease the carbon footprint produced by the worldwide steel manufacturing industry.

T-Steel is a generic code name for premium grade special steels produced in a Central European steel plant from the mid 1970s–2004. Some products were produced, for example, as special orders for certain clients who specified exact parameters and quality controls. The quality of the produced steel was required to be comparable or better than the comparable equivalent grade US or German manufactured steels. For the commercial applications the specifications were equal to or higher than the highest grade of standards steel types.

In very general terms, the technology involves the enhancements to the actual manufacturing process, including the additions of certain appropriate standard alloys, where required. The process relies in part on exactly defined parameters during the manufacturing process, which were derived at as a result of over thirty years of testing during the actual manufacturing process rather than laboratory tests. It is important to note that the product testing and development involved continuous manufacturing runs in commercial quantities until the desired quality was reached. Research and development in this manner would be financially impossible today under the current conditions.