Classification Of Carbon Steel And Carbon Steel Rivet Nut

  • We all know that carbon steel rivet nut is a kind of nut used on thin plates or sheet metal. It has a round shape with embossed teeth and guides grooves at one end. So how much do you know about carbon steel?

    Carbon steel is an iron-carbon alloy with a carbon content Wc of less than 2.11%. Also called carbon steel. Generally, it also contains a small amount of silicon, manganese, sulfur, and phosphorus. Generally, the higher the carbon content of carbon steel, the greater the hardness and strength, but the lower the plasticity.

    Carbon steel can be divided into boiling steel (F), killed steel (Z), semi-killed steel (b), and special killed steel (TZ) according to the deoxidation method; carbon steel can be divided into low-carbon steel (WC ≤ 0.25%), medium carbon steel (WC0.25%—0.6%) and high carbon steel (WC>0.6%); according to the quality of steel, carbon steel can be divided into ordinary carbon steel (higher phosphorus and sulfur), High-quality carbon steel (lower phosphorus and sulfur) and high-quality steel (lower phosphorus and sulfur) and super high-quality steel.

    In fact, the use and actual assembly requirements are different, of course, there are different fasteners. Carbon steel rivet nuts are just one of them. In addition, there are flat head rivet nut , striped rivet nuts, and so on.