This mild steel Structures are widely used in civil and industrial environments. All parts are totally pre- fabricated before delivery in accordance with bespoke drawings prepared for every individual contract with tubular and solid standards.
Now the differences in steels are brought about by their alloying materials. Mild steel Structures contains carbon as the alloy, whereas stainless steel includes chromium. Mild steel Structures requires galvanising to prevent corrosion on its surface. it is a relatively ductile material as it contains a smaller amount of the hardening alloy – carbon – than other steels. Carbon steel makes up the largest part of steel production and welding carbon steel presents far fewer problems than welding stainless steels. That is why Mild Steel is used in a vast range of applications.