The EN47 bar belongs to a chromium-vanadium alloy steel. EN47 Round Bar is a grade that has superior strength allowing them to provide stability and support to different applications. These bars are designed with a uniform circular cross-section and showcase enhanced corrosion resistance properties. The EN47 Bar is a versatile grade that can adapt to different conditions. These bars are designed with a density of 8.8 g/cm3 and have a melting point of 1425 degrees C. They exhibit outstanding mechanical properties.
The robust EN47 Hollow Bar is designed with a hollow opening, allowing them to effectively connect it to subsequent modules. These bars have a minimum tensile strength of 551mpa with a minimum yield strength of 241mpa. They can be easily elongated by 30% without fracturing the grade. An EN 47 Spring Steel Rod is a bar designed in a thin straight configuration. These rods have a superior yield strength and are very flexible. The rods retain their shape even after vigorous twisting or movement in the system. The EN 47 Spring Steel Rod can be tempered or hardened to increase its elasticity. These rods can be designed in a wide spectrum of shapes and sizes as per customer requirements.
The EN 47 Square Bar is a solid rod that is designed in a square cross-sectional area. These bars are extruded in different lengths and are a common fixture in manufacturing, repair, and general assembly systems. An EN 47 Flat Bar, like the name, suggests is flat in shape. Designed with a rectangular cross-section, these bars exhibit superior stiffness and have excellent performance in different conditions. The EN47 Hex Bar is a unique grade that possesses 6 sides. These bars have a hexagonal cross-section and are very flexible, allowing easy room for movement and repair.