The 1015 grade is a low-carbon steel grade. A 1015 Round Bar is designed with a superior cross-sectional area. These bars have superior strength and provide stability and torsion to different applications in stress-induced environments. They are designed with a chemical content of iron, carbon, manganese, sulfur, and phosphorous. This content gives them enhanced corrosion resistance properties. The SAE 1015 Round Bar is a pressurized vessel grade possessing a density of 7.87 g/cm3. These bars have a minimum tensile strength of 385mpa with a minimum yield strength of 325mpa. They have a hardness of 111 Brinell and have an elongation at a break of 18%.
The AISI 1015 Steel Cold Drawn Bar is a high-strength grade that gives the bars enhanced resistance to corrosive and reducing media. These bars also have an excellent surface finish as that seen in the 1015 Bright Bar. This bright bar puts forth an aesthetical outlook on the grade. They have tighter tolerances with improved straightness. The 1015 Hex Bar is a unique grade designed with a hexagonal cross-sectional area. These bars are high-strength bars that enable easy installation and movement in the system due to their outstanding geometry. A 1015 Square Bar is a versatile grade that is designed to have 4 equal sides. The bar possessing a square cross-sectional area is very rigid and can withstand different environments.
The robust 1015 Flat Bar is flat in shape, as the name suggests, and is designed in a rectangular cross-section. These bars due to their geometry, are used in braces, ladders, and other structural applications. The SAE 1015 Rod is a pressurized vessel grade that is designed to withstand high-pressure and temperature applications. These bars have a uniform cross-section and have a good bonding grip with other fixtures. 1015 Carbon Steel Rods have a higher content of carbon embedded in them. These rods is a thin straight bar and can be customized in different shapes and sizes as per product requirements.