Cold rolled steel sheet
USE OF THE COLD ROLLED SHEET:
Pickled sheet obtained by cold drawing. The steel is rolled and pressed successively by rollers for thinning, at a temperature below the recrystallization temperature, till the desired thickness is obtained. Cold drawing reduces the thickness of the processed material and one achieves stricter thickness tolerances than by hot-rolling.
Cold-drawn sheet has excellent electromagnetic, formability and weldability properties. It is suitable for the manufacture of various products by bending and pressing. It is available in a variety of sizes, with useful features in a wide range of applications.
To prevent rusting, the cold-drawn sheet can have an oily film, which is easily removed.
The cold-drawn sheet can be painted or zinc-coated. Before undergoing this process, the sheet must be carefully cleaned by means of a solvent or an alkaline solution.
- home appliances;
- storage racks;
- highway parapet walls;
- various metal constructions;
- agricultural machinery;
- manufacturing of shingle-like sheet;
- household items;
- advertising industry;
Technical data for cold rolled sheets, pickled plate:
Production standard for cold rolled sheets: according EN 10131 / DIN 1541
Steel grades according to EN 10130 / DIN 1623: DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04
Surface and dimensions tolerances: according to EN 10131 / DIN 1541
Quality certificate: type 2.2 or 3.1B, according to EN 10204