Round bars come in various standard sizes, typically ranging from a few millimeters to several inches in diameter. The specific sizes available may vary depending on the material and supplier.
Hot-rolled steel refers to a type of steel that is formed through the process of hot rolling. In this method, the steel is heated above its recrystallization temperature, typically between 900°C and 1,600°C, and then passed through a series of rollers to shape it into its final form. Hot-rolled steel bars exhibit several characteristics that set them apart from other steel bars. Hot rolled steel bars have a rougher surface texture due to the rolling process, which provides better adherence for coatings, adhesives, and paints. Hot-rolled steel bars have a wider tolerance range for their dimensions, making them more suitable for applications without critical measurements. Hot rolled steel bars generally have a lower price point than other steel bar types, making them a cost-effective choice for various industrial applications.
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Hot-rolled steel bars find widespread application across various industries due to their versatile properties. In the construction industry, these bars are commonly used for structural purposes, such as in fabricating beams, columns, and reinforcement elements for buildings, bridges, and infrastructure projects. They are also employed in manufacturing machinery, equipment, and vehicles, where their high strength and durability are crucial. Hot-rolled steel bars are extensively utilized in the energy sector to construct power transmission towers, oil and gas pipelines, and support structures for renewable energy projects.
Additionally, they are integral in producing heavy equipment and agricultural machinery. The automotive industry relies on hot-rolled steel bars for manufacturing components like axles, chassis, and suspension systems. In manufacturing, these bars are further used to produce various consumer goods, including furniture, appliances, and tools. The versatility and strength of hot-rolled steel bars make them indispensable in numerous industries, contributing to the development and advancement of modern infrastructure and manufacturing processes.
|Size range||Width: 40 mm to 100 mm, Thickness: 4.76 mm to 25.4 mm|
|Size Tolerances||H11 and ASTM A 484|
|Length||2 metres - 6 metres ( 8 feet to 20 feet)|
|Length Tolerance||Available in special cut to length bars in tolerance -0/+10 mm (-0/+0.5 inch)|
|Surface Finish||Cold Drawn and Belt Polished Condition|
|Heat Treatment||Solution Annealed|
|Grades||AISI: 303, 304L, 316L, 316Ti, 321
DIN: 1.4305, 1.4307, 1.4404, 1.4571, 1.4541
|Products cut include Round bars, flat bars, hex bars, square bars, tubing and hollow bars, Pipe, angles, channels, beams and tees. Thickness range is 1/16″ to 28″ diameter|
Bars Production Cutting
|We can provide production cutting for product diameters up to 4″. We utilize production equipment to achieve these Hexagon cuts with tight tolerances.|
|Products polished included all tubular products, with OD & ID polishing available, round bars, square bars, hex & flat bars, angles, uneven leg angles, beams, and other shapes.|
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Shaft Making
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Automobiles
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Electric Motors & Pumps
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Railways
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Mining
Hot Rolled Steel Bars in Miscellaneous Fabrication