Spring steel is a type of high-carbon, low-alloy steel that is specifically designed to have excellent elasticity and durability, making it ideal for use in the manufacture of springs and other flexible components.
Spring steel typically contains a combination of alloying elements such as silicon, manganese, chromium, and vanadium, which help to increase its strength, hardness, and elasticity. These elements can be added in varying amounts to create different grades of spring steel, each with their own specific properties and characteristics.
Spring steel is commonly used in the production of various types of springs, such as compression springs, tension springs, torsion springs, and leaf springs. It is also used in the manufacture of other components that require high levels of elasticity and durability, such as saw blades, knives, and hand tools.

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