While the term 'austenitic steel' sounds like a bit of a mouthful, it's actually the most common type of steel in use today. Austenitic steels are metals that contain both high levels of chromium and nickel, and low levels of carbon. As such they're non-magnetic and have a high levels of resistance to corrosion. This means that they're used in a wide variety of industries. Let's take a closer look at where these steels are used. The automotive industry Austenitic steel...
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