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EN-24 (V 130)

Carbon Steel EN 24 V 130 Channels is an alloy composed mainly of iron, with a carbon content ranging from 0.30% to 0.60%. The presence of carbon in steel gives it excellent mechanical properties, including high tensile strength, high yield strength, and good wear resistance. Other elements found in this steel include manganese, chromium, molybdenum, nickel, and vanadium. Manganese and chromium improve the hardenability of the steel, making it more suitable for high-stress applications. Molybdenum and nickel increase the corrosion resistance of the steel, making it more resistant to rust and other forms of corrosion. Vanadium helps improve the steel's strength and toughness, making it more suitable for high-impact applications. Steel is commonly used in construction, engineering, and various manufacturing industries due to its strength, durability, and versatility.

130 Carbon Steel EN 24 V Channels are highly valued for their versatility and durability, making them suitable for various applications in various industries.


Construction: This steel is commonly used in the construction industry for its high strength, which makes it ideal for structural components like beams, columns, and girders.

Engineering: Its durability and versatility make it a popular choice for producing machinery and equipment and for structural components in engineering projects.

Manufacturing: Carbon Steel EN 24 V 130 Channels are used in various manufacturing industries, including automotive parts, machinery components, and hand tools, due to their strength and resistance to wear.

FAQ's for Carbon Steel EN-24 (V 130) Channels

EN 24 V 130 channels are commonly used in various applications such as construction, engineering, and manufacturing due to their high strength, durability and resistance to corrosion. These channels can be used for structural support, as well as for manufacturing various parts and components.

The dimensions of EN 24 V 130 Channels can vary depending on the manufacturer. Some common dimensions include height, width, and thickness. It is recommended to check the specifications provided by the manufacturer for the exact dimensions of the channel you are using.

EN 24 V 130 Channels are made from carbon steel, which makes them strong and durable, but also more susceptible to corrosion compared to stainless steel. The "V" in the name indicates that the channel has be quenched and tempered to provide improved mechanical properties. The "130" in the name indicates the minimum tensile strength of the channel in kilopounds per square inch (ksi). Other types of channels, such as aluminum channels, are lighter in weight and more corrosion-resistant, but may not have the same strength and durability as carbon steel channels.

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