Here are 10 types of carbon steel bars we supply along with brief descriptions of their characteristics and common applications:
Cylindrical in shape, round bars are one of the most common types of carbon steel bars.
Applications: Axles, shafts, bolts, and general structural components in machinery.
Four equal sides make up the cross-section of square bars, providing stability and strength.
Applications: Structural components, braces, and fasteners in construction and manufacturing.
Rectangular with a flat surface, flat bars are versatile and easy to work with.
Applications: Base plates, brackets, and various structural components in construction and fabrication.
Hexagonal Bar (Hex Bar)
Six-sided with flat surfaces, hex bars offer good strength and provide easy gripping.
Applications: Fasteners, nuts, bolts, and machining applications.
Rebar (Reinforcing Bar)
Ribbed steel bars designed to reinforce concrete in construction projects.
Applications: Foundations, slabs, and concrete structures to enhance tensile strength.
TMT Bar (Thermo-Mechanically Treated Bar)
TMT bars undergo a specialized heat treatment process to enhance their strength and durability.
Applications: Reinforcement in construction for high-stress areas like building columns and bridges.
Similar to rebar, deformed bars have surface deformations to provide better adhesion with concrete.
Applications: Reinforcement in concrete structures where improved bond strength is required.
Half Round Bar
Semi-circular in shape, with a flat side and a rounded side.
Applications: Decorative elements, handrails, and architectural features.
Round or square bars that are twisted along their length for added visual appeal.
Applications: Architectural details, decorative metalwork, and ornamental applications.
Bars with a pattern of raised ridges (knurls) on their surface for improved grip.
Applications: Handles, handrails, and components requiring a non-slip surface.
These carbon steel bars serve a wide range of applications in construction, manufacturing, and various industries.
The choice of a specific type of bar depends on factors such as the intended use, required strength, and the specific characteristics needed for a particular application.