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Apr 29, 2010 Manganese is beneficial to surface quality in all carbon ranges with the exception of rimmed steels ( 0.15%C) and is particularly beneficial in high-sulfur steels. Manganese contributes to strength and hardness but to a lesser degree than carbon. The increase depends on the carbon content – higher-carbon steels being affected more by manganese.

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