Round Bar

Shaft & Steel Rod suppliers in UAE

 

 

Round bar specification

Round bar specification

 

steel round bar

 

Buy Hot & Cold rolled round bar in specific diameter, size & shape in Dubai

 

Cold Rolled Steel Bar Sizes

Cold Rolled Steel Bar Sizes

 

Manufacturer of Steel Bar as per AMS/ ASME/ ASTM standard

 

Steel Bar Meet the Following Standards

steel round bar standard

 

Most Common Metals Melting Points

Most Common Metals Melting Points

 

Cold & Hot rolled round bar in custom sizes and cut lengths

Hot rolled Round Bar Standard Sizes

Hot rolled Round Bar Standard Sizes

 

Buy Steel Round Bars with EN 10204 3.1 Mill Test Reports in the Middle East

 

What is a Mill Test Report?

 Mill Test Report

Typically, the mill test report contains:

  • Country of melt and manufacture
  • Chemical and physical properties specifications
  • Specific size, shape, and/or diameter specifications
  • ASTM and/or ASME standards compliance

 

These are long cylindrical steel bars. It is possible to make round bars in various lengths. Their width is between 1/4 inch and 24 inches. The materials are seen worldwide in the towers and construction sectors. The surface is smooth, and they are not part of high-strength applications. They have low strength, making them platonic for medium-sized construction projects.

All standards make note of some specifications. ASME standards consider tolerances and dimensions for all material classes. However, when you refer to ASTM standards, you get the quality details of materials involved in manufacturing ASME products. A bar made from ASTM or AMS will have the same result with similar properties. The AMS bar costs more than an ASTM bar. They are ideal for precision machining.

This process involves pulling a bar through a die. The die is smaller than the incoming hot-rolled part. The size available in the market is between ¾” and 9″.  They are available in turned, polished, and rough-turned finishes. There are benefits to the cold working process. The dimensional tolerances and properties show improvement. It becomes straight and has a better appearance.

Quenching is to cool the metal to seal its atoms. After quenching, materials are re-heated at a low temperature. Re-heating is called tempering. Both processes improve the hardness properties of alloys. The tensile strength and fatigue resistance also increase.

The molten alloy will undergo extrusion through a die into a cross-section. It is with the help of a round billet and a hydraulic or mechanical press. The extrusion process gives the alloy different shapes and sizes. They are durable and economical in several industries.