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MS (Mild Steel)

16.01.19 02:22 PM By Sajjan Kumar

All About MS (Mild Steel)

Mild Steel is a alloy of iron, consisting of 0.2% to 2.1% of carbon, as a hardening agent. Besides, carbon, many other metals are a part of it. They include chromium, manganese, tungsten and vanadium. Other than a maximum limit of 2% carbon in the manufacture of carbon steel, the proportions of manganese (1.65%), copper (0.6%) and silicon (0.6%) are fixed, while the proportions of cobalt, chromium, niobium, molybdenum, titanium, nickel, tungsten, vanadium and zirconium are not. What is known as the mildest grade of carbon steel or mild steel is typically the variety which has a comparatively low amount of carbon (0.05% - 0.26%).

What is the difference between steel and mild steel?
Steel is less malleable and harder than mild steel. 
Mild steel s less brittle than steel.
Steel is more resistant to corrosion.
Mild steel can be further strengthened through the addition of carbon.
The basic difference is that s/s has tiny carbon and is alloyed with chromium, nickel, molybdenum and other elements to improve its mechanical and chemical properties.

Uses Of Mild Steel 

1 - Steel frame buildings

2 - Machinery Parts

3 - Cookware

4 - Pipelines

5 - Visually Aesthetic Metal Gate, Fencing etc. Design.

Why choose mild steel 

1 Cost-Effective

2 Weldable

3 Ductile

4 Can be Carburised

5 Recyclable. 

Sajjan Kumar

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