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BM Steel 35mm Bright Round Bar

35mm Bright Round Bar


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Product Specifications
709M40 EN19T
Cold Drawn
Product Description

The 35mm Bright Round Bar is a versatile and reliable engineering steel grade product offered by BM Steel. This bright round bar is available in the popular grade 709M40 EN19T, ensuring exceptional strength and durability for various applications. With the option to choose the desired length, customers have the flexibility to meet their specific project requirements.

The 709M40 EN19T grade is a high-quality alloy steel that is widely used in the engineering industry. It is known for its excellent tensile strength, toughness, and resistance to wear and tear. This makes it an ideal choice for applications that require superior strength, such as shafts, gears, bolts, and studs. The bright round bar form of this grade adds to its versatility, allowing for easy machining and fabrication.

Customers can specify the length of the 35mm Bright Round Bar based on their project needs. Whether for small-scale or large-scale projects, BM Steel ensures precision cutting to deliver the exact length required. This reduces wastage and enhances cost-efficiency for customers. Additionally, the length versatility of this product allows for its use in different industries, including construction, automotive, and manufacturing.

With a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, BM Steel provides certificates for their products upon request. These certificates serve as evidence of compliance with industry standards and ensure the reliability of the products purchased.

Engineering Steel Grades

070M20 EN3A
The steel can be used for welded or riveted structures, forgings, machined parts, hot pressings, etc. Its minimum strength is relatively low, but its machinability is good. 

070M20 EN8
A general-purpose mild steel. Good for machining and suited to welding, a good all-round choice for engineering purpose in lightly stressed parts. 

080A15 EN3B
A plain carbon case hardening specification. Recommended for use when a hard surface and a tough core are required. Suited for cams, gears, rollers, etc. and other lightly stressed applications. 

080A42 EN8D
It can be normalised or quenched and tempered to achieve moderate tensile strengths. Axles, spindles, studs, automotive components, general engineering components can be manufactured with machining similar to that of mild steel, however weldability is reduced. Recommended for Axles, Spindles, Studs, Automotive components, and General Engineering components.

080M15 EN32
When case hardened, this unalloyed engineering grade has a hard outer encasement surface and a solid interior core, making it ideal for a variety of applications within engineering and the production of components under light stress.

080M40 EN8
A medium strength carbon steel. Suited to application where the part is stressed such as spindles, axles, pins, shafts and many automobile components. 

220M07 EN1A
It is a low carbon steel that is extremely machinable and has a consistent surface finish due to its low carbon content.

220M07PB EN1A Leaded
The small inclusion of lead in this steel, although leaving the mechanical properties unaffected, It is a low carbon steel that is extremely machinable and has a consistent surface finish due to its low carbon content. Not Suitable for Welding

230M07 EN1A
Known as free machining or free cutting, EN1A is ideally suited for work on CNC or automatic machines. Not ideal for welding due to the sulphur content. 

230M07PB EN1A Leaded
The small inclusion of lead in this steel, although leaving the mechanical properties unaffected, makes it ideally suited to long production runs on high-speed automatic, EN1A can be relied upon for its consistent machining, good quality surface finish of parts and a high production rate while ensuring long tool life. Not Suitable for Welding.

605M36 EN16
This steel has very good mechanical properties, being easily machinable and possessing excellent ductility. It also remains free from tempur brittleness. Considered as a good alternative to some nickel and nickel chromium steels applications including nuts, bolts, shafts, axles, ect.

709M40 EN19T
In addition to its good tensile and shock resistance properties, this steel is ductile. By flame hardening this steel you can greatly increase its resistance to wear. Nitrided this steel will ensure maximum wear and abrasion resistance. It is commonly used to make axle shafts, crankshafts, gears, etc.

817M40 EN24T
Offers good ductility and shock resistance, while having a high resilience to wear. Suitable for machined parts, gears, axles, ect.

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