Offer EN10083-3 alloy steel forged bar Austria
Is carbon steel 20#? Carbon steel means that alloy elements are not specially added into the steel, which is divided into ordinary carbon structural steel and high-quality carbon structural steel. The grades of ordinary carbon structural steel are Q195, Q215, Q235 and Q275. The grades of high quality carbon structural steels are: 10#, 20#, 45#, 15Mn, 20Mn, 25Mn, 30Mn, 35Mn, 40Mn, 45Mn, 65Mn, etc. It can be seen that , 20# steel is carbon steel, but carbon steel means more than 20# steel.
,EN10083-3 alloy steel forged bar., No.45 seamless pipe belongs to high quality carbon structural steel. The carbon (C) content of No.45 seamless pipe is 0.42 ~ 0.50%, Si content is 0.17 ~ 0.37%, Mn content is 0.50 ~ 0.80%, Cr content is ≤ 0.25%, Ni content is ≤ 0.30%, Cu content is ≤ 0.25%. The tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, reduction of area and impact energy of No.45 seamless pipe are 600 MPa, 355 MPa, 16% and 40% respectively. No.45 seamless pipe is used to manufacture high strength moving parts.
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According to foreign media reports, despite the impact of the coronavirus epidemic, most German screw steel producers still maintain a good level of production. This is in sharp contrast to the situation in other European countries and Germany's domestic steel mills, which are suffering from a slowdown due to the spread of the epidemic. Lotter kummatt Stahl, a local distributor, told customers on its website: "there is no reason at present to believe that German steel mills such as Riva and ferralpi are no longer able to serve the market due to the impact of the closure of local steel mills in Italy.