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LOW/HIGH CARBON STEELS
Carbon steel, an iron-carbon alloy with a carbon content of up to 2.1% of the steel’s total weight, is one of the primary categories of steel.
- Mild or low carbon steelhas a carbon content of 05 to 0.26 percent,
- Medium carbon steel has a carbon content of 29to 0.54 percent,
- High carbon steel has a carbon content of 55 to 0.95 percent with very high carbon steel having a carbon content of 0.96 to 2.1 percent.
As the carbon percentage content rises, steel has the ability to become harder and stronger through heat treating; however it becomes less ductile. Regardless of the heat treatment, a higher carbon content reduces weld-ability. In carbon steels, the higher carbon content lowers the melting point.
Due to its high versatility, carbon steel has a broad range of applications and has been employed ubiquitously in a range of industries, especially in the oil, gas, and petrochemical sectors.
From the buildings people visit, to the homes they live in, to the roads they travel, the structural steel is a multipurpose construction material that provides fabrication versatility and structural strength without extreme weight
Structural steel grades are mainly used for building frames of bridges and buildings.
They are also employed in the construction of:
- Freight cars
- Construction equipment
- Truck parts
- Crane booms
- Transmission towers
- Truck frames
CASE HARDENING STEELS
Case-hardening steels have a relatively low carbon content mostly ranging between 0.10 and 0.30%.
Case-hardening steel is used in automotive engineering as well as in mechanical and plant engineering for parts such as cardan shafts, coupling parts, gears and bolts.
FREE CUTTING STEELS
The steels for high-speed machining, commonly called free-cutting steels, have been specially designed to be machined by chip removal with high productivity.
They are basically carbon steels with a high content of sulfur or sulfur and lead
The term yield strength refers to a material’s ability to endure significant bending or twisting and return to its original shape without deforming.
Spring steel alloys feature the unique characteristic of being able to withstand considerable twisting or bending forces without any distortion. Products made from these steel alloys can be bent, compressed, extended, or twisted continuously, and they will return to their original shape without suffering any deformation.
SEAMLESS STEEL PIPES
Seamless Steel Pipe is made from a solid round steel ‘billet’ which is heated and pushed or pulled over a form until the steel is shaped into a hollow tube. In Seamless pipe, there are no welding or joints and is manufactured from solid round billets.Applicable in for High-pressure applications such as Hydrocarbon Industries & Refineries, Oil & Gas Exploration & Drilling, Oil & Gas Transportation and Air and Hydraulic cylinders, Bearings, Boilers, Automobiles
From the smallest zipper to the largest skyscraper, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life.
Stainless steel’s strength, resistance to corrosion and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. It also has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable.
There are over 150 grades of stainless steel, of which 15 are commonly used in everyday applications. Stainless steel is made in various forms including plates, bars, and tubing for use in industrial and domestic settings.
A wide spectrum of industries rely on stainless steel including construction, automotive and more. For many applications it’s simply the most effective solution.
Tool steel is a type of carbon alloy steel that is well-matched for tool manufacturing, such as hand tools or machine dies. Its hardness, resistance to abrasion and ability to retain shape at increased temperatures are the key properties of this material. Tool steel is typically used in a heat treated condition which provides increased hardness.