Engineering Steel is a steel that has had small amounts of one or more alloying elements (other than carbon) such as such as manganese, silicon, nickel, titanium, copper, chromium and aluminum added. This produces specific properties that are not found in regular carbon steel.
Engineering Steels are workhorses of industry because of their economical cost, wide availability, ease of processing, and good mechanical properties. Alloy steels are generally more responsive to heat and mechanical treatments than carbon steels.
Mild Steel Channel is a structural metal that has many different applications across several industries.
It is a common building and construction material. It is also used in the ship building and automotive industries, and general fabrication where structural properties are required.
Mild Steel Channel if laid flat, can be measured by taking the width of the channels, the height of its Flange (legs) and Web (thickness of the material between the two flanges).
Typical Applications : Structural Steel, Signs, Automobiles, Furniture, Decorations, Wire, Fencing, Nails
Typical Applications: Structural Steel Works, Bridge Components, Components for Offshore Structures, Power Plants, Mining and Earth-Moving Equipment, Load-Handling Equipment, Wind Tower Components
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