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  Corrosion of Carbon Steel
Because carbon steels represent the largest single class of alloys in use, both in terms of tonnage and total cost, it is easy to understand that the corrosion of carbon steels is a problem of enormous practical importance.
Carbon steels are by their nature of limited alloy content, usually less than 2% by weight for total of additions.
Carbon steel pipes and vessels are often required to transport water or are submerged in water to some extent during service.
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 Carbon Steel, Carbon - All Metals & Forge
Carbon Steel is a malleable, iron-based metal containing carbon, small amounts of manganese, and other elements to make the material useful for many different applications.
Carbon steels are the base metals widely used in manufacturing today around the world in nearly every industry, including aerospace, aircraft, automotive, chemical, and defense.
All Metals and Forge provides carbon steel in all mill forms including sheet, strip, plate, foil, round bar, square bar, flat bar, hex bar, tube, pipe and wire.
www.steelforge.com /carbonsteels.htm   (337 words)

 Carbon steel balls, high carbon hardened steel ball, C85, AISI 1085.
Carbon steel balls, high carbon hardened steel ball, C85, AISI 1085.
Carbon steel balls are prone to atmospheric oxidation and rusting in corrosive or humid environment.
Technocon offers hardened upto the core, high carbon steel ball in AISI 1085, 1080, 1065, 1060, C85, C80, C65, C60 carbon steels.
www.steelmedia.com /carbon-steel-balls.htm   (279 words)

  High Carbon Steel Strips
We are one of the largest steel strips suppliers of India, satisfying steel demand for a wide variety of industries.
High carbon steels contain from 0.7 to 1.00% C with manganese ranging from 0.5% to 0.9% This steels are commonly known as spring steel.
These steels are generally operated at very high stresses and heat-treated to obtain the maximum elastic limits and fatigue resistance without becoming sufficiently brittle to cause sudden failure in service.
www.btstrips.com /spring-steel-strips.htm   (380 words)

 Stainless Steel
Pure iron, the primary element of stainless steel, is extracted from its natural state as iron ore, it is unstable by itself, and naturally wants to corrode (rust).
Austenitic stainless steels are hardened and strengthened through cold working (changing the structure and shape of steel by applying stress at low temperature) instead of by heat treatment.
Steel with less than 0.005% carbon is more ductile (malleable): It is capable of being drawn out or rolled thin for use in automotive body applications.
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 Alloy, Metal Terminology (C)
Carbon is preset in practically all ferrous alloys, and has tremendous effect on the properties of the resultant metal.
In steel specifications, the carbon range is the difference between the minimum and maximum amount of carbon acceptable.
Common or ordinary steel as contrasted with special or alloy steels, which contain other alloying metals in addition to the usual constituents of steel in their common percentages.
www.metal-mart.com /Dictionary/dictletc.htm   (1822 words)

 ArtLex on Steel
Steel is often classified by its carbon content: a high-carbon steel is serviceable for dies, cutting, and carving tools because of its great hardness and brittleness; low- or medium-carbon steel is used for sheet metal and structural forms because it is easily and effectively welded.
Nickel steel is the most widely used of the alloys; it is nonmagnetic and has the tensile strength of high-carbon steel without the brittleness.
Stainless steel, which was developed in England, has a high tensile strength and resists abrasion and corrosion because of its high chromium content.
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 carbon steel
, sometimes called fl, steel is obtained through high heat, causing oxidation to form as a thin layer on the surface of the metal, allowing for better heat transference to the food.
Steel being a reactive metal, it has disadvantages in that acidic foods should not be cooked in it.
To counteract its reactive properties in bakeware, steel is often lined with tin, a non-reactive, soft metal.
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 A Woodworker's Guide to Tool Steel and Heat Treating
Slow cooling can be accomplished by burying the steel in an insulating medium such as lime or vermiculite and allowing it to cool to room temperature.
Fully annealed carbon steel consists, in addition to impurities and other alloyed elements, of a mechanical mixture of iron and iron carbide.
As the steel is heated, an oxide layer forms on the surface; its thickness (and thus the interference color as light is reflected) is a function of temperature.
www.threeplanes.net /toolsteel.html   (1907 words)

 AISI | Steel Glossary
Steel deoxidized with aluminum in order to reduce the oxygen content to a minimum so that no reaction occurs between carbon and oxygen during solidification.
Steel that has properties made up mostly of the element carbon and which relies on the carbon content for structure.  Most of the steel produced in the world is carbon steel.
Processes steel into a more finished state, such as pipe, tubing, and cold-rolled strip, before selling it to end users.  Such steel generally is not sold on contract, making the converter segment of the mills’ revenues more price sensitive than their supply contracts to the auto manufacturers.
www.steel.org /Content/NavigationMenu/LearningCenter/SteelGlossary/Steel_Glossary.htm   (2905 words)

 B242-99(2004)e1 Standard Guide for Preparation of High-Carbon Steel for Electroplating
During the cleaning and electroplating cycle, high-carbon steel differs from low-carbon steel in regard to its greater tendency to become embrittled and the greater difficulty in obtaining maximum adhesion of the electrodeposit.
The preparation of low-carbon steel for electroplating is covered in Practice B 183.
It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
www.astm.org /DATABASE.CART/REDLINE_PAGES/B242.htm   (277 words)

 the wok shop: carbon steel wok - 2 steel handles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 2 steel handle model is the original wok design.
This wok is a heavy-duty 14-gauge carbon steel.
The flat bottom is designed to sit directly on an electric stove or ceramic stovetop to take advantage of all the heat since wok cooking is done with high heat.
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 Boiler Plate Carbon Steel, Carbon Steel Boiler Plate and Pressure Vessel Steel Plate
We are one of the longest established steel distributing and processing businesses in the UK and have developed into one of Europe's premier steel plate companies.
We have a wide range of carbon steel boiler plate and indeed carbon steel plates to match your requirements.
In 2003, we sold over 50,000 tonnes of steel plate and we are now one of Europe’s major processor and stockholder of steel plate.
www.brownmac.com   (702 words)

 eFunda: General Information on Carbon Steels
Carbon steels are designated by distinct AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute) four-digit numbers.
The first two digits indicate the grades of the steels, while the last two digits give the nominal carbon content of the alloy in hundredths of a percent.
If a letter L or B shows up between the second and third digits of an AISI number, it means that this grade is either a Leaded steel or a Boron steel; Sometimes a suffix H is attached to a AISI number to indicate that the steel has been produced to prescribed hardenability limits.
www.efunda.com /materials/alloys/carbon_steels/carbon.cfm   (109 words)

 Sabatier Elephant Logo Carbon-Steel Kitchen Knives
Today most kitchen knives are stainless steel, but Sabatier still offers a fine selection of traditional French chefs knives in carbon steel.
Stainless steel cutlery is certainly more care free, but nothing can match the edge retention and ease of sharpening of fine carbon steel knives like these from Sabatier.
Of course Sabatier carbon steel knives require a more care than stainless steel, but these Sabatier knives will give you unmatched performace and longevity in return.
www.thebestthings.com /knives/sabatiercarbon.htm   (369 words)

 Carbon Steel Flange .com - Carbon Steel Flanges Directory of Manufacturers & Suppliers
Carbon Steel Flange.com - Carbon Steel Flanges Directory of Manufacturers & Suppliers
Directory of Carbon Steel Flanges manufacturers and distributors including ansi flanges, ANSI, ASME, non-code flange, carbon steel pipe flanges, industrial pipe flanges, flanges for petrochemical, process, and waterworks industries, and more
Houston, TX Carbon Steel Flange Directory of Manufacturers & Suppliers
www.carbonsteelflange.com   (80 words)

 Abbott Ball Company - Carbon Steel Balls
Abbott offers Carbon steel balls in the soft stage with no heat treatment, as well as carburized and case hardened balls.
Carbon Steel balls are available in both low and high carbon content.
Abbott's Carbon steel balls are used in automotive applications, semi-precision bearings, and commercial applications such as castors, locks, and drawer slides.
www.abbottball.com /products/carbon.asp   (107 words)

 EPRI: An Economic Analysis of TFIH Annealing of Carbon Steel Sheet: CMP Report No. 93-2
This report presents a summary of the results of an economic and environmental impact analysis by Hatch Associates of TFIH annealing of carbon steel sheet.
The cold-rolled sheet and strip market for the important commercial metals, such as carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper, exceeds 50 million tons per year.
The purpose of this project was to examine the economic feasibility of TFIH for annealing carbon steel.
www.epri.com /OrderableitemDesc.asp?product_id=CR%2D102557&targetnid=207817&value=00T002.3&marketnid=207810&oitype=1&searchdate=12/1/1993   (709 words)

 Tool Steel Gospel According to Hock   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vanadium, tungsten, and molybdenum are often added to tool steels to make the steel resist annealing (softening) when used in "high-speed" (high heat) applications.
High-speed steels are essential in metal-working tools (drills, milling cutters, etc.) and "stainless" steels can be cost effective by resisting rust during the manufacture, shipping, and storage of the tool itself.
Correctly heat-treated, tools made from high-speed, stainless, and "chrome-vanadium" steels may hold an edge well in woodworking applications, but, due to the large, hard carbide particles that form during hardening, they are difficult to sharpen and cannot be honed as sharply as a blade of plain high-carbon steel.
www.hocktools.com /steelrap.htm   (333 words)

 Carbon Steel Wire(001) - Quintain steel Co., Ltd.
Carbon Steel Wire(001) - Quintain steel Co., Ltd.
Quintain steel Co., Ltd. Home : Products Product Description: Carbon Steel Wire(001), With the best quality billets we purchased from the most famous mills world wide, our hot rolled wire rod products are specialized in low carbon steel, high carbon steel, low alloy steel and free cutting steel, under the steel grades listed as follows.
Carbon Steel Wire Rod (Aluminum Killed Steel/ Silicon Killed Steel).
www.allproducts.com /machine/quintain/carbon_steel_wire.html   (248 words)

 A733-03 Standard Specification for Welded and Seamless Carbon Steel and Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe Nipples
1.1 This specification covers the requirements for welded and seamless carbon steel pipe nipples, fl and zinc-coated (hot-dip galvanized), and welded and seamless austenitic stainless steel pipe nipples in standard steel pipe sizes from 1/8to 12 in.
1.1.2 Seamless Carbon Steel—Pipe nipples ordered under these requirements are intended for general and special uses, as described by the applicable Specifications A 53 and A 106 (see 4.1.1).
carbon steel fittings; pipe fittings; pipe nipples; stainless steel fittings; 23.040.40
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 Cookware for Induction Top Stoves   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Please be aware that our KT17ULTRA - 7 ply set of waterless cookware is constructed of 304 surgical stainless steel and carbon steel, and is therefore heavier than materials used in other cookware.
Carbon steel is a metal manufactured from the elements iron and carbon, with the carbon imparting hardness and strength and determining the degree to which such physical properties exist.
Although this set of waterless cookware may be used on a variety of stoves, including gas, electric, and ceramic, it was originally constructed for use on induction top stoves.
www.angelfire.com /az2/waterless/CarbonSteelDetails.html   (159 words)

 Percentage of Carbon in Steel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The plain carbon steels also may be classified on the basis of carbon content as hypoeutectoid or hypereutectoid steels; the hypoeutectoid steels are those in which the carbon content is below 0.80 percent, and the hypereutectoid steels are those above this value.
They contain varying amounts of carbon and not more than 1.65 percent manganese, 0.60 percent silicon, and 0.60 percent copper.
Machines, automobile bodies, most structural steel for buildings, ship hulls, bedsprings, and bobby pins are among products made of carbon steel.
www.newton.dep.anl.gov /askasci/chem03/chem03333.htm   (226 words)

 AK Steel ups carbon steel prices - Boston.com
AK Steel Holding Corp. said Wednesday it is increasing spot market prices for carbon steel products by $30 per ton for all new orders accepted for shipment on and after March 1.
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio --AK Steel Holding Corp. said Wednesday it is increasing spot market prices for carbon steel products by $30 per ton for all new orders accepted for shipment on and after March 1.
Shares of AK Steel rose 17 cents to $21.04 on the New York Stock Exchange in afternoon trading.
www.boston.com /business/articles/2007/01/31/ak_steel_ups_carbon_steel_prices   (160 words)

 Low Carbon - Precision Steel
In cold rolled sheet, ask for Selected Tolerance Sheet Steel which is carefully checked on our X-Ray gauging equipment to meet tolerances down to and including one half of standard mill rolling tolerances.
Flatness - It has not been practicable to formulate flatness tolerances for cold rolled low carbon steel to represent the wide range of widths and thicknesses and variety of tempers produced in coils or cut lengths.
Flatness on temper rolled low carbon steel cannot be guaranteed.
www.precisionsteel.com /products/default.asp?n_cat_id=1   (383 words)

 Thiers-Issard Sabatier Nogent Carbon-Steel Kitchen Knives
The Sabatier nogent knives that we are offering here are all carbon steel knives that have been ground by Thiers-Issard from pre-war forgings in their collection.
Carbon Steel knives by Sabatier have an amazing ability to keep a sharp edge.
Sabatier nogent knives are forged from a single piece of carbon steel, including the blade and tang
www.thebestthings.com /knives/sabatier_nogent.htm   (416 words)

 Activated Carbon Adsorption - Steel Drum Adsorber   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These economical deep bed units may be used as refillable or disposable adsorbers.
The units are constructed of carbon steel and provided with a double epoxy / phenolic lining.
Pressure drops are based on a dense packed bed of activated carbon.
www.tigg.com /remediation_products/standard_products/steel_drum1.html   (127 words)

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