Mild Steel

Mild steel is a type of low-carbon steel. It is also named' low carbon steel.' The lack of alloys like in rustless steels means that iron, if not properly treated, is vulnerable to oxidation in mild steel. We are extremely abrasion resistant. At least three times more strength than standard steel is available. Mild steel is robust and can withstand extreme weather conditions.

Mild steel has several advantageous features as one of the most popular form of steel. It can be used for different building purposes and therefore is very inexpensive. It is quite solid, despite its low carbon content. It is commonly used in applications of structural steel.

Amanat Steels have the expertise in trading and supplying a wide range of mild steel products. Our mild steel productsare in compliance with best in class industrial stand. Our mild steel productsare available in different specifications as per requirement of our client.

Features of Mild Steel

  • Standard
    Available in various standards
  • Grades
    Available in various grades
  • Dimension
    Available in various dimensions
  • Size
    Available in various sizes

Application of Mild Steel

The mild steel product includes various applications such as automobile doors, spare tire and tubes, truck floors, domestic appliances etc.

Type of Mild Steel

Market Area of Mild Steel

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