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Round Bars


High-end and durable Low Carbon Steel Bars are available with outstanding corrosion resistant features. They are available with exceptional resistance properties to crevice corrosion and pitting in seawater.  In addition to this, these bars are also provided to resist chloride comprising atmospheres. As they are the combination of the features of both austenitic and ferritic steels, they are highly-durable and strong in nature. With high strength and unmatched corrosion resistance features, they ensure maximum performance with minimum abrasion. 
Low Carbon Free Cutting Steel Round Bar is resistant to chloride related ion stress corrosion cracking that makes it ideal to be used in typical environments. This is corrosion resistant in nature with excellent mechanical properties. It can be easily used in temperatures up to 1000° F owing to its high melting point. This is a cost-effective bar widely used in industrial heat exchangers, petrochemical, marine engineering, crude petroleum stills, etc. 
Medium Carbon Steel Round Bars are rock-solid bars available with excellent features of good weldability, strength and corrosion resistance. They are provided with enhanced durability, hardness and strength that make them one of the best options to be used in different sectors. They are designed with the presence of titanium and aluminum to the nickel-copper base to provide unmatched results. In addition, these Medium Carbon Steel Bars are available in different sizes, dimeters and thicknesses according to the demands of the clients. 
Case Hardening Alloy Steel Round Bar is provided with unmatched resistant to abrasion, corrosion and pitting. It is ideal to withstand stress, cracks and crevice that makes it ideal to be used in different applications from construction, bridges, ship building, petrochemical, engineering, etc. 
This durable and strong Through Hardening Alloy Steel Round Bars is designed with excellent resistance to different chemical process environments such as strong oxidizers, cupric chlorides, chlorine, hot contaminated solutions, etc. This is ideal for resisting the development of grain-boundary precipitates in the weld heat-affected zone.


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