C45E structural steel has high strength with excellent wear resistance and hardness. When it comes to industry, C45E is one of the most widely used steels. No wonder, its reliability and stability is great.
Chemically, it is a steel with a high carbon and manganese content, similar to other C45 steels. Carbon helps to increase the strength and hardness of steel, while manganese improves its resistance to wear. This combination of elements enables excellent mechanical properties to be achieved.
C45E structural steel is produced in the same way as other structural steels. The raw steel is melted in a furnace at high temperatures and then purified to remove impurities and reduce the carbon and other elements. The steel is then alloyed with other elements such as manganese, phosphorus and sulphur to improve its mechanical properties.
After cleaning and alloying, the steel is rolled into various forms such as bars, plates and tubes. This process is carried out at high temperatures to achieve the desired shape and size. C45E structural steel can also be hardened a annealed to achieve higher strength and hardness.
In conclusion, let us once again highlight the main advantages of C45E structural steel, which include high strength, wear resistance, hardness and easy formability. Do not hesitate to contact us so that we can devise the ideal application of steel for your projects.