Cold rolled steel sheet

The most common procedure for manufacturing cold rolled sheet starts from a hot rolled coil, which is pickled to obtain a surface free of oxides and fouling and then passed through a rolling-mill where it is reduced to the desired thickness. Afterwards the coils undergo thermal or annealing treatment in order to regenerate the crystalline structure that was destroyed in the rolling process, and finally the coils undergo a tempering process where they obtain their surface hardening and final finish.

Cold-rolled products are in low carbon steel for cold forming or cold rolling (UNE EN 10130:2008), and are supplied in the following formats:

Thickness (mm) Length (mm) Width (mm)
0.8 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
1.0 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
1.2 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
1.5 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
2.0 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
2.5 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
3.0 2000/2500/3000 1000/1250/1500
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