The metal stainless steel was created when different metals were combined. A variety of metals make up stainless steel, which is a strong alloy. Among the metals in this alloy are chromium, nickel, molybdenum, silicon, aluminum, and most importantly, carbon.
Stainless Steel Bright Bars Bright bars are raw materials created from stainless steel alloys in a cold reduction mill by cold drawing. The molecular structure of these bright bars is geometrically precise and their surface finish is extremely smooth. Therefore, they are known as 'Bright Bars'. Carbon and other elements, such as chromium, manganese, iron, etc., are also present in varying degrees.
How is the bright bar manufactured? Bright bars are made from black bars which are the initial raw product obtained after melting raw materials. They are formed with a cold drawing process where it is cooled at room temperature and subjected to further fine-finishing processes such as annealing, turning, grinding, polishing, etc.