Carbon steel bars are widely used in various fields, such as petroleum, chemical, building materials, and power industries. Carbon steel has properties of high hardness, strength, wear resistance, and anti-corrosion.
C45 carbon steel bar is a type of medium carbon steel bar with a carbon content ranging from 0.42% to 0.50%. Compared to low carbon steel, it has a higher carbon content. This increased carbon content enhances its hardness and strength, making it highly suitable for applications that require high mechanical performance.
A36 carbon steel bar has a carbon content of approximately 0.26-0.29%, which makes it relatively low in carbon compared to other carbon steel grades. This low carbon content contributes to its excellent weldability, as it can be easily welded without the risk of brittleness or cracking.
SS400 carbon steel bars are versatile and have excellent weldability and machinability. They are widely used in general structural applications, such as beams, columns, bridges, and machinery parts. These bars are typically available in various shapes, including round, square, flat, and hexagonal.