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The article "Production Testing of a Chromium-Free Carburizing Grade Gear Steel" appeared in the May/June 1989 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
For many years chromium has been a popular alloy for heat treatable steels because of its contribution to hardenability more than offsets its costs. As a consequence, it is specified in such high-tonnage steel grades as the 5100, 4100, and 8600 series; and, as a result, about 15% of the annual U.S. consumption of chromium is used in constructional alloy steels.

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