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Carbon Steel EN 42 Channels are a type of metal designed to be used in construction. They are made from an alloy of iron and carbon, which gives them a standard hardness and strength. The chemical composition of this type of steel combines a large portion of iron with trace amounts of sulfur, phosphorus, silicon, and manganese for added durability. This combination makes Carbon Steel EN 42 Channels resistant to corrosion and temperature changes. It is also usually treated to prevent oxidation paint adhesion so that it can last much longer than other types of steel. Carbon Steel Channels  EN 42  are incredibly durable and can be used in fabrication jobs with excellent finishes.

CS EN 42 Channels are a steel product used in various applications. Commonly referred to as structural steel, these bars provide excellent strength and resistance to corrosion while also boasting a polished aesthetic look. This versatility makes them suitable for industrial settings, engineering projects, and even art sculpture installations. EN 42 channels come with an impressive range of functional properties, including high tensile strength and exceptional flexibility, making them exceptionally well-suited for construction projects requiring steel's durability in high-stress environments. Their non-magnetic features make Carbon Steel EN 42 Channels the ideal for connecting electrical components that run along long rail systems.

FAQ's for Carbon Steel EN-42 Channels

Carbon steel EN 42 channels are widely used in a variety of applications including automotive manufacturing, structural support, construction projects, and more. They can also be used for decorative and architectural purposes due to their curved shapes and smooth surfaces.

Carbon steel EN 42 channels come in various lengths, widths and depths ranging from 25mm up to 250 mm depending on the specific application requirements.

The most common finishes for carbon steel EN 42 channels include hot-dip galvanized (HDG) and black enamel coating that provides superior protection against corrosion and abrasion. Additionally, epoxy coatings may be applied to further enhance performance and aesthetics.

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