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carbon steel

noun

  1. steel owing its properties principally to its carbon content; ordinary, unalloyed steel.


carbon steel

noun

  1. steel whose characteristics are determined by the amount of carbon it contains


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Word History and Origins

Origin of carbon steel1

First recorded in 1900–05
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Example Sentences

Buy on Made In Cookware, $nullThe Grill Frying Pan combines the best things about a carbon steel pan with perforations that allow flames to actually make contact with the food you’re grilling.

GrillworksThe carbon steel cooking surface atop the Blackstone 28-inch Griddle is roomy enough for nearly four dozen wieners.

It’s made of powder-coated carbon steel and extends to around 23 inches long when fully opened.

You’ll also find some other versions or blade hybrids like carbon steel, ceramic, or titanium-ceramic.

Titanium-coated carbon steel is going to make the blade more weather-resistant while retaining a stiffness that’s greater for thicker hair.

For welding heavy steel castings, a rod of rolled carbon steel is employed.

This hook is to be made out of soft Bessemer steel, which of course is very different from high carbon steel.

Carbon steel is very difficult to weld and it can be done only by the use of borax or some other flux.

A low carbon steel, for example, may contain less carbon than a given sample of wrought iron.

If melted, it would lose its fibrous structure and be changed into a low carbon steel.

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