|Application:||Building, Carbon Structural Steel, Alloy Structural Steel, Gear Steel|
|Special Use:||Valve Steel|
Square steel bars sourced by CamaSteel from our trusted suppliers have many different applications and are also known for its hardness, strength, and immense wear resistance. They are mostly used to manufacture medium to large sized components for industrial equipment. This type of steel bar comes in many different variations of materials, but CamaSteel focuses on both hot and cold rolled steel forms of square bars. Due to its malleability, it can be cut and molded to the user’s specifications and needs.
Our quality and reliable source of steel products and solutions match domestic and foreign demands for varying steel resources. CamaSteel’s international background allows us to operate and provide steel solutions for countries beyond China crossing Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, and others. We have logistic integrity and have years of experience working with suppliers to provide steel square bars to diverse customization and processing to meet customer’s various needs. CamaSteel provides the best cost reduction and can obtain market analysis through experts in the industry taking advantage of the market trends and current value of steel square bars to provide quality and continued expertise in steel trading.
As a result of its flat shape, square steel bars are easy to cut and weld and are used in agriculture, industrial maintenance, transportation, and other industries. Its vast application is shown when its potential is actualized through the industries this product can support.
Steel Round bars can be found in either hot rolled steel or cold rolled steel forms. There are fundamental differences that are necessary for purchasers to understand to weigh the benefits of each type for their individual use. Hot rolled steel is a process where the steel round bars will be rolled under extremely hot temperatures breaching the steel’s recrystallization temperature. This allows the steel to be easily shaped and formed. This is usually cheaper than cold rolled steel because there are typically no delays in the milling process. Cold rolled steel round bars, however, are further processed hot rolled steel bars. This process includes cooling the material at room temperature followed by temper rolling and or annealing. As a result, the steel round bars can be produced with more precise dimensions and with a wider range of possible surface finishes. The following advantages can be found: • Cold drawing • Turning which removes surface imperfections • Grinding which narrows the original size to tolerance range • Polishing enabling different end-use surface finishes