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Grade E315 is a carbon steel intended for use as machine parts. Like most common carbon steel alloys, tubes produced from EN 10294-1 Grade E315 are very economical and have great hardness. In comparison to regular pipes, the strength of a hollow bar is much higher. In fact, the strength of a solid bar could rival that of an EN 10294-1 Grade E315 Hollow Bar.
Structurally, these components are sound and they are very durable, partially because of their chemical makeup and partially due to the fact that their walls are much thicker than that of regular tubes or pipes. The primary use of EN 10294-1 Grade E315 Carbon Steel Seamless Hollow Bars is in construction of machine parts, which require superior hardness and toughness properties, with little to no corrosion resistance. To increase the corrosion resistance properties of the material, like most components, the EN 10294-1 Grade E315 Carbon Steel Hollow Pipe could be surface treated to accommodate the demands of any application. Most commonly the walls are either painted with a anti-corrosion oil or varnished, or they could even be electroplated with zinc. If a higher form of corrosion resistance is required, buyers have the option to purchase galvanized E315 Seamless Precision Steel Tubes, because the protective coating is much thicker and hence, the rate of corrosion drops. On the other hand, the most common heat treatment rendered to the E315 Steel Hollow Tube would be carburizing or nitriding, which is a cheap and efficient manner by which they could be made stronger.
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