EN19 steel bright round bar is an engineering alloy steel containing chromium and molybdenum. EN19 welding rod comes under the class of low alloy steel. EN19 round bars have high fatigue strength, abrasion and impact resistance, toughness, and torsional strength.
What is bright bar used for?
Bright bars are used making conveyor shafts. Bright steel bars are massively used in producing mechanical parts owing to its paramount properties in mechanical and dimensional fields. These bars can be fabricated into any other customized shape, according to the demand of clients.
What material is bright bar?
Stainless steel alloys
Bright bars are raw materials that are created from stainless steel alloys through a cold drawing technique in a cold reduction mill. They have a geometrically precise molecular structure with an extremely smooth surface finish which always appears bright, giving it the name ‘Bright Bar’.
What is difference between ground bar and bright bar?
Steel Round Bars
Black steel round bar is typically used for applications like construction where finish and precise dimensions aren’t a priority. Conversely, bright steel round bar is used for applications where a superior surface finish and exact dimensions are essential.
What is the difference between black steel and bright steel?
Bright drawn steel is essentially black steel that has had further processing. The steel is processed further in cold reduction mills, where the material is cooled (at room temperature) followed by annealing and/or tempers rolling.
What is bright finish steel?
What is Bright Steel ? Bright steel is usually a carbon steel alloy which has had the surface condition improved by drawing, peeling or grinding over the hot rolled finish supplied by the steel mill. Bright steel is essentially black steel material that has had further processing.
What does bright finish mean?
The term “bright” in the wire industry commonly refers to an untreated wire surface, free from coatings such as zinc (galvanized), tin, copper, liquor, etc. It does not mean “shiny”. A shiny finish (in effect an extra smooth surface) occurs when wire is drawn in oil.

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