Low-Temperature Carbon Steel Sheet is a very strong material made from iron-carbon alloys, which makes it resistant to wear and tear. Its composition includes up to 0.8% carbon, and small amounts of manganese and silicon, with trace elements such as sulfur and phosphorus. It has excellent welding characteristics, good corrosion resistance, a high strength-to-weight ratio, and ideal mechanical properties over a wide range of temperatures, making it suitable for many engineering applications in low-temperature environments.
Low Temperature Carbon Steel Sheets are primarily used in structural applications due to their strength, durability, and corrosion resistance. This makes them a great choice for applications such as bridges, railways, ships, and offshore platforms where temperatures can sometimes dip below freezing. Additionally, they offer better formability than regular carbon steel at low temperatures, making them ideal for cold-forming operations.