Carbon Steel EN 19 V 320 bars are composed of iron and carbon. Beyond these two elements, these steel bars contain other trace elements such as chromium, manganese, silicon, molybdenum, vanadium and aluminium. Each piece plays a vital role in its overall composition and contributes to specific mechanical properties that make it suitable for various applications in the automotive industry or machining processes. For instance, chromium lends corrosion resistance, while aluminium strength is increased due to the presence of vanadium. This delicate balance of chemical elements allows Carbon Steel Bars EN 19 V 320 to possess high strength, flexibility, and wear resistance that is not found in other steel alloys.
En 19 V 320 Carbon Steel Bars are steel bars designed for specialized engineering applications. In the form of rods and bars, carbon steel en 19 v-320 is a solid and rigid material with high wear resistance, excellent structural integrity and hardenability making it suitable for deep drawing applications. This product has a tensile strength range of up to 510 N/mm2 in cold-drawn conditions depending on size and section. The product’s properties include good machinability, weldability without any special pre-heat treatment associated with other grades, excellent fatigue strength and shock-resistant qualities, and good corrosion resistance due to its complex chromium-nickel alloy content. As such, these bars are primarily used in gears, shafts, and crankshafts for various engineering industries, including shipbuilding, power generation, heavy machinery and automotive parts manufacturing.
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