COLD ROLLED STEEL COIL-DC01/SPCC

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SPCC/DC01 COLD ROLLED STEEL

Brief Introduction

Cold Rolled Steel issteel that has been worked below its recrystallization temperature by passingit between a pair of rollers. Recrystallization temperature is the temperatureat which grains in the lattice structure of the metal have been rearranged, leavingit free of strain and deformations. Cold Rolled Steel is pre-treated beforebeing cold rolled with a process known as pickling, which uses strong acids toremove scale and other impurities. The Cold Rolled Steel is then passed throughrollers to reduce its thickness. Most cold rolling takes place in multiplepasses and as the size of the Cold Rolled Steel is further reduced, itsstrength and hardness both increase, but its ductility decreases. After coldrolling, heating the metal up in a process known as annealing can restore someof its ductility. The final Cold Rolled Steel may be manufactured in the formof sheets, strips, bars, or other forms.

Application

It’s widely used inoutdoor and interior decoration, furnishing manufacturing, home appliance,automobile etc.

Main Specification

COLD  ROLLED STEEL

THICKNESS

0.2-2MM

WIDTH

600-1300MM

SHEET  LENGTH

0-6000MM

COIL  ID

508MM  OR 610MM

SURFACE  TREATMENT

MATT  FINISH/BRIGHT FINISH, OILED/DRY

ANNEALING  METHODS

BRIGHT  ANNEAL/BLACK ANNEAL

COIL  WEIGHT

1-25MT

Package &Delivery

Package details: Standardseaworthy packing for international delivery.

Delivery: Accordingto the exact quantity of your order.

Advantage

1. High QualitySurface Finish

2. High DimensionalPrecision

3. Excellentmechanical property


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