Manufacturing wide range of grades,

catering to almost every commercial application



Capacity to resist abrasion,

but also difficulty in being cut or drilled



The amount of force necessary to deform the metal



Ability to resist stress (and not break)



The ability of the metal to deform



Ability to be welded

(It’s a function of melting point, heat conductivity etc.)


From bridges to smartphones, steel has become the world’s most important structural material and is used in every aspect of our lives. Over the past 20 years, modern steel has become stronger, lighter and cleaner to produce. Today, there are thousands of different steel grades, all with specific physical, chemical and environmental properties.

Steel grades are used to distinguish different types of steel based on their unique properties. Contemporary steel is broadly categorised into carbon steels and alloy steels, and are made with varying combinations of carbon, iron and other elements. Stainless steels, for example, are a type of alloy steel and are made up of 11% chromium and often combined with nickel to resist corrosion.Commonly used steels are categorised into grades by national and international standards organisations. These standards are the foundation on which engineers rely when using steel in their structures.

At VIVAN STEELS Various types of steel are manufactured in relation to the needed properties for our customers’ application. We set out the right composition, mechanical properties, tolerances on dimension, manufacture method and quality control provisions to produce finest quality of steel.


The most common & popular grades of steel

manufactured at VIVAN.

4140 | 8620 | 20MNCR5 | EM24 | 20MN2 | SE45 | 12L14 | SG355 | EN1A | EN31 | 52100 | 1045 | EN8D | EN8 | CK45 | 1141 | 114042CRM04 | 410 | 420 | 304L | 316L

At VIVAN we also manufacture special steel grades as per customer’s requirement

to know more about steel grades get in touch with us.