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MEDIUM CARBON STEEL

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The uses for medium carbon steel are defined by the requirement for a high tensile strength and ductility that, despite its brittleness when compared to other forms of steel, make it the preferred choice. Between 0.3% and 0.7% carbon is added during the manufacturing process to create a medium or mid-range steel product. This specific range of carbon is combined with a process of quenching (i.e., cooling the steel from the outer surface to the inner) and tempering to create a structure that has a consistent tensile strength (referred to as Martensite) throughout the body.

Applications:

• High Tensile Strength Fasteners
• Machinery applications
• High load applications
• Crane Holders
• Automobile Wheels Fitting Fasteners
• Ship Building Industry
• Construction Industry
• Corrosion Resistant

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