Published: Jan 1936
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Nearly seven years ago a large American company, which produces ferro-alloys and other steel-making materials, developed and publicized a type of steel for structural purposes which it designated as “low-alloy high-tensile” steel. This was “Cromansil.” It was advocated as a material to replace ordinary structural carbon steels. No loss in strength, but rather an increase was emphasized, as well as a reduction in dead weight and a gain in other properties.
Editor, Metals and Alloys, New York City,