Mild Steel is an iron alloy containing a small percentage of carbon. Also called plain-carbon steel and low-carbon steel, it is now the most common form of steel because it is cheap in consideration to the material properties it possesses. Mild steel contains approximately 0.05–0.25% carbon.
Post-Processing options: Buffing, Honing, Lapping, Grinding, Bead Blasting, Powder Coating
- Toughness, resilience
- Good hardnesss
- Efficient malleability
- Great affordability
- Not suitable for food packaging
- Aluminium is counterpart in automotives because of less weight
- Limitation To Heat Treatment
- Comparatively Less Stronger than other steels
- Vessel linings
- Pump interiors, washers
- Wire and cable wrap
- Piping, tubing and vessels
It is a widely used polymer and finds great applications in construction, heavy machinery, automotive and tool parts. Download the datasheet here.