DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STAINLESS STEEL AND TOOL STEEL

Steel is an expansive term. It is a central composition of iron and carbon. Steel has two popular sub-groups that is tool steels and stainless steel. Both share some common and rare properties.
Tool steel is a steel alloy, specifically manufactured into tools. It has a distinct hardness, abrasive resistance and to hold formability at elevated temperatures. It is alloyed with tungsten, chromium, vanadium, and molybdenum. The presence of carbides in austenite will lead to high-temperature performance.
Stainless steel is an amalgamation with improved corrosion resistance. It contains chromium, nickel, and molybdenum as alloying agents. Stainless steel is commonly used in the food industry, appliances, surgical equipment, etc.

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