A good carbon steel alloy is recognized by the content ratio of carbon and steel in its chemical composition which eventually leads formation of the final carbon steel alloy capable of withstanding any amount of pre-production processing without developing any negative blemishes in the core. The carbon content in the alloy is solely responsible for the durability of the alloy dependent on the area of application, its content can be varied accordingly. Use of other metals like chromium, cobalt, copper or titanium may vary and is used sparingly as needed adding to the enhanced mechanical properties of the alloy.
The round bars are then forged from bar stocks which are pre-made stocks of carbon steel alloy that are then shaped in the needed dimensions. Some grades of carbon steel alloy are easy to process through machinery for further processing. Those round bars with less carbon content can be passed through machinery and give quick results while those that are dense with carbon content are difficult to process and achieve the desired result. The forged bars have high tensile stress and do not warp or change longitudinal posture even after being exposed to varied degrees of temperature changes overtime. Final order can be custom chosen to be galvanized or coated to add further protection and increase in functional life.