High Quality Carbon Mild Black Steel

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Steel Grade:
various,SAE, SWRCH,Q195,Q235 ect.
Standard:
AISI,ASTM,GB,JIS
Wire Gauge:
5.5mm~42mm
Place of Origin:
Shandong China (Mainland)
Type:
carbon
Application:
Construction
Alloy Or Not:
Non-alloy
Special Use:
Cold Heading Steel
Model Number:
order
Product:
steel ms wire rod
Diam:
5.5~42mm
Weight:
2tons/coil
Category:
carbon, cold heading steel
Origin:
China


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:exporting package
Delivery Detail:30days

Specifications

steel ms wire rod
1.Diam:5.5mm~42mm
2.Standard:GB/T701,Q/XG114,Q/XG137
3.Origin: China

steel ms wire rod

Specfication:5.5~42mm


Category

Steel grade

Standard

Chemical components

C

Mn

Si

S

P

carbon

Q195

GB/T701

0.06-0.12

0.25-0.50

0.3

0.050

0.045

Q215

0.0-0.15

0.25-0.55

0.3

0.050

0.045

Q235

0.14-0.22

0.30-0.65

0.3

0.050

0.045

SAE1006

---

0.08

0.45

-----

0.040

0.030

SAE1008

0.10

0.50

SAE1009

0.15

0.60

SAE1010

0.08~0.13

0.30~0.60

SAE1012

0.10~0.15

0.30~0.60

SAE1015

0.12~0.18

0.30~0.60

SAE1016

0.12~0.18

0.60~0.90

SAE1017

0.14~0.20

0.30~0.60

SAE1018

0.14~0.20

0.60~0.90

Cold heading steel

SWRCH6A

Q/XG114

0.08

0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH8A

0.10

0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH10A

0.08~0.13

0.30~0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH12A

0.10~0.15

0.30~0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH15A

0.13~0.18

0.30~0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH18A

0.15~0.20

0.60~0.90

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH20A

0.18~0.23

0.30~0.60

0.10

0.035

0.030

SWRCH22A

0.18~0.23

0.70~1.00

0.10

0.035

0.030

SCM435

0.33~0.38

0.60~0.85

0.10~0.35

0.030

0.030

SCM440

0.38~0.43

0.60~0.85

0.15~0.35

0.030

0.030

10B21

Q/XG137

0.18~0.23

0.60~0.90

0.10

0.030

0.030

10B28

0.26~0.32

0.70~1.00

0.40

0.030

0.030

10B33

0.29~0.38

0.70~1.00

0.15~0.35

0.035

0.030



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