T331 Stainless Steel. What does it mean?
I've searched around and I think I became more confused than anything. This is what Rada Cutlery uses on their non-knife utensils.
I thought the T stood for Tungsten alloy, but the rep said it was just stainless steel... I'm assuming that means without tungsten, which I've read gives particular properties.
Is this a good or common grade steel to use for kitchen items?
Anyway this partly out of trying to make a purchasing decision and partly out of nerdy curiosity.
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