Full Hard Spcc Cold Rolled Steel Coil for Construction

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cold rolled steel coil description :

Standard:AISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB,JIS

Grade:SPCC,JIS G3141-SPCC

Thickness:0.13-2.5mm

Type:Steel Coil

Technique:Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:Dull finish / Bright finish

Application:Automobile Manufacture

Special Use:High-strength Steel Plate

Width:600-1500mm

Length:200-10000m

Surface:Dull finish / Bright finish

Oil:Slight Oiled

 

 

full hard spcc cold rolled steel coil

1. width: 600-1500mm

2. thickness: 0.13-2.5mm

3. grade: JIS G3141-SPCC-1B, SPCC-1D

4. coil weight: 3-14 ton

5. coil ID: 508 / 610 mm

6. surface: dull finish / bright finish

7. oil: sligh oiled

8. packing; export standard packing

9. capacity: 1,000,000 ton / year

10. MOQ: 60 ton per size

11. loading port: Tianjin Port / Jingtang Port / Shanghai Port

 

 

Chemical Composition---JIS G3141

Symbol of grade

C

Mn

P

S

SPCC

0.15 max

0.60 max

0.100 max

0.050 max

SPCD

0.12 max

0.50 max

0.040 max

0.040 max

SPCE

0.10 max

0.45 max

0.030 max

0.030 max

SPCF

0.08 max

0.45 max

0.030 max

0.030 max

SPCG (1)

0.02 max

0.25 max

0.020 max

0.020 max

Note (1): The upper limit value may be differ upon agreement between the purchaser and the supplier.

Remarks: Alloying elements other than those in this table can be added as necessary.

 

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