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Carbon steel EN 9 channels contain approximately 1.15 percent carbon, 0.60-0.90 percent manganese, 0.22-0.60 percent chromium, and up to 0.05 percent molybdenum, with trace amounts of other elements such as silicon and phosphorus. These elements are combined and worked into an alloy that gives it strength and durability while maintaining flexibility so it can be formed into shapes like channels and other products used in various industries, from automotive to aerospace engineering. Carbon Steel Channels EN 9's chemical composition makes it a versatile material for fabrication without sacrificing strength or performance in any application that requires this type of alloy.

Carbon steel EN 9 Channels are widely used in industrial applications due to their highly versatile properties. These channels have good levels of strength, ductility, and weldability; they can withstand wear and tear and can be machined beautifully. Due to their high strength and hardness, they are best employed in automotive components, agriculture equipment, lifting chains, cranes, paper mill machinery, and various other industrial equipment. They have excellent shock resistance capabilities and hold up well under extreme forces. Moreover, EN 9 Carbon steel Channels boast excellent corrosion resistance, which lasts for years with little maintenance required.

FAQ's for Carbon Steel EN-9 Channels

Carbon Steel EN 9 Channels are used in a variety of applications, including structural support and load distribution in buildings and bridges, installation of industrial equipment, and for agricultural purposes such as irrigation.

Carbon Steel EN 9 Channels come in a variety of sizes, ranging from small channel section lengths up to 20 feet long.

Common types of finish that can be applied to Carbon Steel EN 9 Channels include powder coating, galvanizing, painting, and anodizing for additional durability and protection against corrosion.

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