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The Popular Grades Being Manufactured at Premier Steel

Mild Steel/Carbon Steel

Mild Steel/Carbon Steel
En3B En32B En8
En8A CK-45 En9
SAE1018 SAE1010 S45C
S35C SAE1045H S38C
C-50    

Free-Cutting Steel

Free-Cutting Steel
En1A-NL En8M
En15AM En1A-L
SAE1215 SAE12L14

Alloy Steel

Alloy Steel
En16 En19 En24
En31 En351 En353
SAE8620 SAE4140 SAE52100
SAE5120H 16MnCr5 20MnCr5
15Cr3 SCM415 SCM420

Boron Steel

Boron Steel
10B21 15B21
15B41 15B25

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PRODUCTS RANGE BEING MANUFACTUERED

SIZE RANGE
SHAPE
SUPPLY CONDITION
6MM – 63MM
ROUND BRIGHT DRAWN
6MM – 63MM
ROUND BRIGHT DRAWN AND GROUND
16MM-60MM
ROUND BRIGHT PEELED
16MM-60MM
ROUND BRIGHT PEELED AND GROUND
12MM-36MM
HEXAGONS BRIGHT DRAWN

Alloy Steel

alloy steel

A steel in which a deliberate addition of one or more alloying elements, e.g. Mn, Ni, Cr, Mo etc has been made during steel making to enhance the properties of the steel. The amounts of each element that must be present in steel before it is classified as an alloy steel are given in Table 1 in BS EN 10020: 1998. At low levels of addition the steels may be classified as micro or low alloy. The same standard classifies steels that do not meet the minimum requirements as ‘non-alloy’ steels.

Carbon Steel

carbon steel

A non-alloy steel generally with a carbon content greater than 0.25%, in which the amount of carbon present is the major factor in determining its mechanical properties.

Freecutting Steels

free cutting steel

Steels in which specific additions, the most common being S and Pb, have been made in order to improve their machinability.

Mild Steels

mild steel

A description generally taken to mean non-alloy steel with a maximum carbon content of about 0.25%.

Bright Drawing

The process of drawing steel, which is initially at room temperature, in bar or coil form through a die in order to produce a product close dimensional tolerances, with changed mechanical properties and a bright surface finish. Prior to the drawing operation the steel surface may need to be prepared by pickling or shot blasting in order to produce a satisfactory initial surface condition.