Cold Rolled Steel Sheet Coil

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Cold  Rolled Sheet Coil



Grade Standard

JIS  G3302, EN10142, ASTM653, ASTM95





Coil ID


Coil OD

max  1500mm


3-10  Tons


Thickness  tolerance:+/-0.02mm; Width tolerance:+/-5mm


No-skin  passed or Skin passed, Tensile leveled

Surface Treatment

Chromate/Unchromate  passivation, fingerprint resistant treatment, oiled/unoiled

Annual Output



Construction,  hardware, home applicances, interior decoration

General Application of Cold Rolled Steel Coil:




Main  applications

Commercial  quality



Commercial  quality suitable for bending fabrication and simple forming; this is the type  in greatest demand.

Refrigerators,  cabinets, power distribution baords and drums.

Drawing  quality


Drawing  quality second only to that of SPCEN. Excellent uniformity.

Automobile  floor and roof panels.

Deep-drawing  quality



Deep-drawing  quality.With metallurgically controlled grain size, it retains its beautiful  finish even after being deep-drawn.

Automobile  fenders and quarter panels

Extra  deep-drawing quality


Extra-low-carbon  steel sheets with highest workability

Automobile  internal panels and deep-drawn parts

Production Flow Chart


1. Thickness: 0.4-2.0mm

2. Width: 900-1250mm

3. Inner Diameter: 508 & 610mm

4. Weight of Steel Coil: 3-15MT

5. Heat Treatment: Annealed + Smoothed

6. Margin Status: EC & EM

7. Surface Quality: FC & FD

8. Surface Treatment: Oiling

9. Surface Status: Bright

Chemical Components


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Mechanical Properties

1. Yield Strength: ≤320MPa

2. Tensile Strength: ≤370MPa

3. Elongation (L=50mm, b=25mm) When:

(1) Nominal Thickness <0.25mm: 30%

(2) Nominal Thickness 0.25mm-<0.40: 32%

(3) Nominal Thickness 0.40-<0.60mm: 34%

(4) Nominal Thickness 0.60-<1.0mm: 36%

(5) Nominal Thickness 1.0-<1.6mm: 37%

(6) Nominal Thickness >1.6mm: 38%

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