The 1541 grade is a medium carbon steel component. A 1541 Round Bar is designed in a uniform circular cross-sectional area. These bars have a chemical composition of iron, manganese, carbon, sulfur, and phosphorous. They have good resistance to reducing and corrosive media in stress-induced environments. The 1541 Hollow Bar has a density between 7.7 to 8.03 g/cm3. These bars have a hollow opening and have a tensile strength between 96000 to 106000psi with a yield strength between 53000 to 63000psi. They can be elongated by 15 to 20% and have a hardness between 190 to 220 Brinell BHN.
An SAE 1541 Round Bar is a pressurized vessel grade that is designed to work in elevated pressure and high-temperature applications. These bars have an excellent surface finish and adapt to different conditions. The 1541 Hex Bar is a unique 6-sided grade designed with a hexagonal cross-sectional area. These bars can easily move and be maneuvered in the system due to their superior design geometry. A 1541 Flat Bar is designed via a rectangular cross-sectional area. These bars are flat as the name suggests and are seen in structural and mechanical applications. The 1541 Square Bar, on the contrary, is designed with a square cross-sectional area. Designed with equal sides, the 4-sided bars are seen in repair, manufacturing, and general assembly systems.
The AISI 1541 Hot Rolled Round Steel Bar is produced by heating steel at extreme temperatures allowing it to be easily formed. These bars reduce processing time and improve the performance of the overall module. A 1541 Cold Rolled Steel Rod is processed soon after the hot-rolling process. These rods have a superior surface finish and showcase tight dimensional tolerance and corrosion resistance properties compared to the hot-rolled components. The SAE 1541 Bright Bar is produced from the cold-rolling process and exhibits an aesthetical outlook. These bars are shiny and showcase outstanding resistance against scratches and wear induced in the surrounding.