High phosphorus stainless

In Russia, China-based stainless steel has been detected with extra high contents of phosphorous, probably due to the use of nickel pig iron in the production phase in Chinese plants. This incident has alerted the Russia Stainless Association and Russia has put Chinese stainless mills on notice warning them not to certify stainless steel made of nickel pig iron and that only standard stainless steel produced with standard refined nickel can be certified accordingly.
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