Carpenter CTS-XHP Knife Steel
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CTS-XHP(Carpenter) - As per Carpenter, CTS-XHP is an air hardening, high carbon, high chromium, corrosion resistant alloy which can be described as either a high hardness Type 440C stainless steel or a corrosion resistant D2 tool steel. Possesses corrosion resistance equivalent to Type 440C stainless but can attain a maximum hardness of 64 HRC, approaching that of D2 tool steel.
On the side note, Spyderco is planning to make Manix 2 folders in this steel.

Manufacturing Technology - MM

Country - United States(US)

Known Aliases:
Carpenter - XHP, Carpenter - 440XH

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