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Carbon Steel EN 44 Channels are composed of several materials, including iron ore and carbon, that consist of up to 2.1% Carbon and 0.6% Silicon content by weight. In addition, they have manganese present in the alloy mixture, along with traces of other metals such as phosphorus, sulfur, copper, and chromium. The particular blend imparts extra strength to the material, which makes it ideal for uses where rigidity is essential. It also has moderate tensile strength and good weldability for many applications, including structural elements such as angle irons, flat bars and channels. Its superior resistance to corrosion from acids makes it highly suitable for equipment used in corrosive environments, such as marine shipping in ports and docks.

Carbon Steel EN 44 Channels are popularly used in the building and construction industry. The channels provide superior strength and resistance to corrosion, making them an ideal option for those needing a structural material that can withstand regular wear and tear. This type of steel also has good weldability, which makes it suitable for any application that requires it. Its thermal properties make it resistant to expansion and contraction, providing superior stability and a durable finish. Furthermore, CS Channels EN 44 offer great weldability and excellent machinability with both sharp cutting tools and applied pressure without fail. These user-friendly features make this product a highly sought-after material within the building and construction industry.

FAQ's for Carbon Steel EN-44 Channels

EN 44 carbon steel channels are structural beams used for various applications such as frames, supports, machinery parts, bridges, and others. They provide good strength-to-weight ratios and high stiffness

EN 44 carbon steel channels come in different sizes depending on the application they are intended for. The most common sizes range from 1" to 8" in width and from 0.25" to 1" in height.

EN 44 carbon steel channels can be found online or at hardware stores that specialize in metalworking products and supplies.

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