Carbon steel is an alloy consisting of iron and carbon. The percentage of carbon in the steel affects the hardness, strength of elasticity and ductility of carbon steel. As the carbon percentage content rises, steel is harder and stronger but less ductile. Carbon steel has high hardness, toughness and strength, and it is relatively inexpensive compared to other steels.
|Commercial Quality||G3141 SPCC||A1008 CS Type A, B, C||1008~1012 CQ|
|Drawing Quality||G3141 SPCD||A1008 DS Type A, B||1006~1008 DQ|
|Deep Drawing Quality||G3141 SPCE (N)||A1008 DDS||1006 DDQ|
|Thickness (mm)||Width (mm)||Coil Inside
|506 or 610|
|Thickness (mm)||Cut Edge
Carbon cold rolled steel coils and strips are produced with a highly adaptable manufacturing process, which are extensively used in automobile, washing machines, refrigerators, electrical appliances and steel office equipment. By varying the percentage in carbon steel, it is possible to produce steel with a variety of different qualities. In general, higher carbon content in steel makes steel harder, brittler and less ductile.