What are High-Speed Steel Bars?
High-speed steel bars are a type of steel bar that is used in the construction industry. They are a type of high carbon steel, and they have a high carbon content, which gives them their hardness. This is why they are so strong and durable.
High-speed steel bars are made by alloying carbon and either chromium, molybdenum, nickel, or titanium with other elements such as manganese, silicon, and copper. Higher amounts of these elements result in increased hardness. HSS M15 Round Bars are one of the most popular grades of high-speed steel bars.
They have been called "the crayon of steels" because they will not rust or corrode, but also because they come in all different colors.
The advantages of using high-speed steel bars for construction purposes include:
- Inexpensive cost
- Long life span
- Flexible and strong
Uses of High-Speed Steel Bars
High-speed steel bars are used in many industrial applications. They offer a number of advantages over other types of steel, such as low distortion and high accuracy.
There are a number of different uses for HSS bars. The most common use is in cutting tools like drills and lathes. Other common applications include machine bases, gears, shafts and spindles, and shear blades.