Low Temperature Carbon Steel Flanges
Carbon steel is a reference used mostly for non-stainless steels. The amount of carbon in carbon steels is generally 2.1% of the total weight. Elements like cobalt, nickel, chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, niobium, vanadium and zirconium. Heat treatment causes the carbon steels to harden. Strength is increased with heat treatment in carbon steels. While, the properties are enhanced, the ductility of carbon steels is reduced. The higher content of carbon also makes it less weldable.
Low-carbon steels is a type of carbon steel. Low-carbon steel flanges have approximately 0.5-0.25% ca