Mild steel is the most commonly used ferrous metal. Mild steel is used in the manufacture of nuts, screws, bolts, girders and other general metal products.
Carbon steel, also known as tool steel or cast steel is an iron alloy with 0.5 to 1.5% carbon. Carbon steel is mainly used in the manufacture of tools like drills, chisels, shears and hammer heads.
Cast Iron is another commonly used ferrous metal. It is made up of 2 to 6% of carbon and 94 to 98% of iron. Cast iron is normally used in the manufacture of heavy crushing machinery, machine tool parts, brake drums, car cylinder blocks, machine handles and gear wheels and plumbing material.
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Wrought iron is generally used to make ornamental gates and railings.