Aluminized steel may be steel that might have been hot-dip coated on both sides with aluminium-silicon alloy. This process might assure a tight metallurgical bond between the steel sheet and its aluminium coating,possibly producing a material with a unique combination of properties possessed neither by steel nor by aluminium alone. Aluminized steel could show a better behavior against corrosion and keeps the properties of the base material steel for temperature lower than 800 °C (1,470 °F). For example, it would be commonly used for heat exchangers in residential furnaces, commercial rooftop HVAC units, automotive mufflers, ovens, kitchen ranges, water heaters, fireplaces, barbecue burners, and baking pans. This steel could be very useful for heating things up because it transfers heat fas

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  • Aluminized steel may be steel that might have been hot-dip coated on both sides with aluminium-silicon alloy. This process might assure a tight metallurgical bond between the steel sheet and its aluminium coating,possibly producing a material with a unique combination of properties possessed neither by steel nor by aluminium alone. Aluminized steel could show a better behavior against corrosion and keeps the properties of the base material steel for temperature lower than 800 °C (1,470 °F). For example, it would be commonly used for heat exchangers in residential furnaces, commercial rooftop HVAC units, automotive mufflers, ovens, kitchen ranges, water heaters, fireplaces, barbecue burners, and baking pans. This steel could be very useful for heating things up because it transfers heat faster than most other steels. Characteristics are defined by the exact metals and processes used. (en)
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  • Aluminized steel may be steel that might have been hot-dip coated on both sides with aluminium-silicon alloy. This process might assure a tight metallurgical bond between the steel sheet and its aluminium coating,possibly producing a material with a unique combination of properties possessed neither by steel nor by aluminium alone. Aluminized steel could show a better behavior against corrosion and keeps the properties of the base material steel for temperature lower than 800 °C (1,470 °F). For example, it would be commonly used for heat exchangers in residential furnaces, commercial rooftop HVAC units, automotive mufflers, ovens, kitchen ranges, water heaters, fireplaces, barbecue burners, and baking pans. This steel could be very useful for heating things up because it transfers heat fas (en)
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