Square Bar, Mild Steel Billet From China Manufacturer

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Standard: GB Technique: Hot Rolled Shape: Square
Surface Treatment: Dry Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235 Certification: SGS
Thickness: 60mm-150mm Width: 60mm-150mm Length: 6-12m
Net Weight: 23mt Packaging: Bare Packing

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Square steel billet, square bar, mild steel billet best price from China manufacturer

Square Bar, Mild Steel Billet From China Manufacturer 

Name:Square bar
LENGTH:6 meter to 12 meter (+ 50mm)
Size:100*100, 120*120, 150*150, 200*200
Grade:3SP,5SP,Q235,20MnSi.
Shape:Square, Round
Technique:Hot-Rolled
Standard:ASTM/GB
BENDINGNo more than 5mm in 1 meter
No more than 30mm in 6 meter
No more than 60mm in 12 meter
ANGULAR TWISTNo more than 1 degree per meter and not more than 6 degree over 12 meter length.
Chemical compositionC, Si, Mn, P, S, N, etc

 
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Chemical Properties

Size60*60/90*90/100*100/120*120/150*150
Length6000mm-12000mm
StandardGB
ApplicationTo produce bars or other applications
GradeQ195/Q235/Q275/3SP/5SP/20MnSi
Packing termsTT/LC
PackageMill's standard packing or as client's requirement
Delivery timeWithin 10-30 days after receiving the deposit or LC

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