At Ringmasters, seamless rolled rings are our sole focus. We have mastered the ability to deliver high-quality rings on-time, on-spec and per our customer’s most demanding requirements.
Carbon steel is generally the lowest costs option for steel. Depending on the grade, you can have carbon steels that are hardenable through quench and tempering, but you cannot achieve the super high strength of stainless steels. Carbon steel grades are commonly used if applications don’t require high strength or high temperature environments. Here are some common characteristics:
Plain carbon steel (10xx) is the least expensive carbon steel and is good for welding. It contains low alloy content and high carbons which offer good toughness and surface hardness. Common grades include 1010, 1020, 1021, 1022, 1026, 1029, 1030, 1035, 1045 and 1080.
Low carbon steel (11xx) is a resulfurized carbon steel. Sulfur is added to the carbon which provides better machinability. Common grades include 1117, 1141 and 1146.
These grades of carbon steel contain manganese for hardening. Common grades include 1541V and 15B22. 1541V is similar to 1040/1045 but without the increased cost and 15B22 can be welded and heat treated for higher hardness.
Carbon steels such as A360LF2 or A360LF3 are corrosion resistant and great for oil field applications. These plain carbon steels contain alloying elements like manganese or nickel for improved hardenability or toughness and are used in medium strength applications with the intention of welding.
Ringmasters carries an extensive inventory of raw material. The table below lists the most common grades and specifications. However, if you have an inquiry about a grade not listed below please reach out to our technical sales team to learn more.
Grade Names (UNS)
|1020 (G10200)||1030 (G10300)||1080 (G10800)|
|1026 (G10260)||1035 (G10350)||1141 (G11410)|
|1029 (G10290)||1045 (G10450)||A-350 Grade LF2|
Commonly Used Specifications
|ASME SA-105||ASTM A 105||ASTM A 350||ASTM A 668||MIL-S-24093A(SH)|
|ASME SA-350||ASTM A 148||ASTM A 515||ASTM A 694||MIL-S-46172A(MR)|
|ASME SA-516||ASTM A 266||ASTM A 534||ASTM A 711|
|ASTM A 27||ASTM A 285||ASTM A 537||ASTM A 788|
|ASTM A 36||ASTM A 291||ASTM A 551||DIN EN 10084|
Our team utilizes a forging process that produces seamless rolled rings with a comprehensive internal structure and circumferential grain flow, delivering superior mechanical properties. Precision rolling processes provide excellent concentricity and surface smoothness. We specialize in small-quantity orders, but can also accommodate larger quantities. Our capabilities include:
We take our commitment to our customers seriously. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer, Ringmasters inspects 100% of our rings to ensure conformance and performs testing per customer specific requirements. All non-destructive testing is performed in-house by our Level III technicians.
For high-quality carbon steel rings, Ringmasters is your solutions provider. We're available to answer questions about our carbon steel ring services.
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