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Peeled Bar

Peeled Bar

The peeling process refers to the process of removing the outer "skin" of the steel bar by rotating the tool. After peeling, the surface defects can be removed by peeling at the cut to give it a shiny and smooth finish. The peeling process is carried out to maintain the specific dimensional tolerances of the steel bars, which makes them commonly used in a range of industries for both their technical and aesthetic value.

Types of Peeled Bar

  • Low Alloy Structural Steel
    Low-alloy structural steels refer to the types of alloy steels with a small amount of alloy elements less than 3%, which includes many standards and proprietary grades designed to provide a specific combination of required characteristics.
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    Low Alloy Structural Steel
  • Alloy Structural Steel
    Alloy structural steel are the type of steels formed by adding different proportions of alloying elements like manganese, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, vanadium.
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    Alloy Structural Steel
  • Free Cutting Non-Quenched & Tempered Steel
    Free-cutting steels are the type of steels made by alloying with additional free-cutting elements such as sulfur, lead, bismuth, phosphorus, selenium, and tellurium.
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    Free Cutting Non-Quenched & Tempered Steel
  • Stainless Steel Round Bar
    Stainless steel flat bar is a versatile material used for a wide range of purposes.
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    Stainless Steel Round Bar
  • Stainless Steel Flat Bar
    Stainless steel flat bar is a versatile material that can be found in a variety of applications including architecture, medical equipment, packaging equipment.
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    Stainless Steel Flat Bar

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