Steel cent, also known as redline, is a term for a red-line steel appliance which is usually the largest unit in a household appliance.
Redlines typically contain more than one unit in the household.
The first redline units were manufactured in the 1920s and 1930s, but the modern redline has gained popularity in recent years as consumers are seeking more convenient and convenient energy options.
The term is derived from the name of the unit that the appliance was manufactured for, the redline.
The name redline refers to the red line that marks the center of the red-hot steel of a redstone torch, for example.
Redline units typically have a maximum of 4,000 volts, or about 60 amps.
They are generally made by a company called Redline Corp. of Austin, Texas.
The company was founded in 1918 by George S. Sargent and was bought in the late 1940s by United Steel Corp. The current owner is United Steel.