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.
HRAP flat bars find widespread application across various industries due to their versatile nature and desirable properties. One common use is in construction and architecture, where HRAP flat bars are employed for structural support, framing, and creating sturdy frameworks. They are also extensively utilized in manufacturing and engineering industries for creating machine parts, components, and equipment supports. Due to their corrosion resistance and durability, the oil and gas industry frequently employs HRAP flat bars for offshore platforms, walkways, and supports.
Moreover, HRAP flat bars are commonly found in the transportation sector, playing a crucial role in fabricating vehicle frames, trailers, and railway components. Additionally, these flat bars are utilized in the marine industry for boat building and ship construction, benefiting from their strength and resistance to saltwater corrosion. The versatility of HRAP flat bars extends further to applications in the agricultural sector, where they are used in equipment manufacturing, fencing, and structural support. The widespread adoption of HRAP flat bars across multiple industries speaks to their adaptability and reliability in diverse applications.
HRAP flat bars offer several advantages and benefits that set them apart from other flat bars. HRAP (Hot Rolled Annealed and Pickled) flat bars undergo a specific manufacturing process that involves heating, annealing, and pickling, resulting in a scale-free and smooth surface finish. This superior finish enhances their aesthetic appeal and makes them more resistant to corrosion and oxidation. HRAP flat bars exhibit excellent dimensional accuracy and consistency in size and shape. This characteristic makes them easier to work with during fabrication and ensures a precise fit in various applications, reducing the need for additional machining or modifications. HRAP flat bars possess enhanced strength and toughness, making them suitable for demanding and heavy-duty applications.
They can withstand high loads, impact, and mechanical stresses, providing structural integrity and reliability. Additionally, the uniform microstructure of HRAP flat bars contributes to their excellent machinability, enabling easier cutting, drilling, and welding operations. HRAP flat bars are available in various materials, including stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel, offering flexibility and compatibility with different project requirements. The advantages of HRAP flat bars lie in their corrosion resistance, dimensional accuracy, strength, machinability, and material versatility, making them a preferred choice for various industrial applications.
|Size range||Width: 38 mm to 150 mm, Thickness: 4 mm to 30 mm|
|Size Tolerances||ASTM A 484 and EN 10058|
|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||HRAP Condition|
|Heat Treatment||Solution Annealed|
|Grades|| AISI: 303, 304L, 316L, 316Ti, 321, 630/17-4 PH, F 51
DIN: 1.4305, 1.4307, 1.4404, 1.4571, 1.4541, 1.4542, 1.4821, 1.4462
|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.|
HRAP Flat Bars in Shaft Making
HRAP Flat Bars in Automobiles
HRAP Flat Bars in Electric Motors & Pumps
HRAP Flat Bars in Railways
HRAP Flat Bars in Mining
HRAP Flat Bars in Miscellaneous Fabrication