6th December 2019


What is CTD bars?

CTD Bars are made after hot rolling, they have less resistance from rust as well as different forms. old twisted deformed bars are produced by twisting in cold condition the steel bars, causing work hardening.

Also question is, what is the meaning of HYSD?

Mild steel contains low Carbon content whereas HYSD is High Yield Strength Deformed bars contains more carbon content. Mild steel strength is low but ductile (easy to shape) and more weldable. HYSD is used where tensile strength requirements are high. HYSD is more brittle depending on the carbon content.

What is the difference between mild steel and HYSD bars?

Mild steel is the common steel available for fabrications as it is more ductile.Its a low carbon steel. HYSD , High Yield strength deformed bars is the steel used in reinforcements. It has higher carbon content .Higher tensile strength.

What is the meaning of TMT bar?

TMT Bars are thermo-mechanically-treated through leading world tempcore based technology for high yield strength. The process involves rapid quenching of the hot bars through a series of water jets after they roll out of the last mill stand. The bars are cooled, allowing the core and surface temperatures to equalize.
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