Surface Finish Cold Rolled Steel Coil for Building

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Model NO.:SPCC

Surface Treatment:Oiled

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, DIN, BS

Steel Grade:SPCC

Product Description:Cold Rolled Steel

Brand Name:Cheeho & OEM

Heat Treatment:Annealed

Temper Type:Ba

Margin Status:Ec & Em

Surface Condition:Sb & SD

Surface Quality:FC & Fd

Inner Diameter:508-610mm

Approved Certificate:SGS & ISO & BV & TUV

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Trademark:CheeHo & OEM

Packing:Standard Seaworthy Package

Standard:SGS & ISO & BV & TUV Approved

Origin:Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China

HS Code:72091790

Production Capacity:250000mt/Year

Product Description


Brief Introduction
Cold Rolled Steel is steel that has been worked below its recrystallization temperature by passing it between a pair of rollers. Recrystallization temperature is the temperature at which grains in the lattice structure of the metal have been rearranged, leaving it free of strain and deformations. Cold Rolled Steel is pre-treated before being cold rolled with a process known as pickling, which uses strong acids to remove scale and other impurities. The Cold Rolled Steel is then passed through rollers to reduce its thickness. Most cold rolling takes place in multiple passes and as the size of the Cold Rolled Steel is further reduced, its strength and hardness both increase, but its ductility decreases. After cold rolling, heating the metal up in a process known as annealing can restore some of its ductility. The final Cold Rolled Steel coil may be manufactured in the form of sheets, strips, bars, or other forms.

Specification
1. Thickness: 0.4-2.0mm
2. Width: 900-1250mm
3. Inner Diameter: 508mm
4. Weight of Steel Coil: 3-15MT
5. Heat Treatment: Annealed
6. Margin Status: EC & EM
7. Surface Quality: FB&FC
8. Surface Status: SB & SD
9. Surface Treatment: Oiling

 
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%


Application
1. Base metal for coated and dipped products.
2. Home appliance
3. Precise welding tube
4. Flux cored welding wire
5. Bicycle, battery shell,
6. Automobile fitting, hardware
7. Enameling industry etc.
 
Superiority
1. High precision of dimensional tolerance
2. Excellent mechanical property such as the yield strength and tensile strength, etc.
3. Being highly resistant to denting
4. Exhibits useful magnetic properties
5. High quality surface finish and get well prepared for the surface coating
6. Available in a variety of sizes and shapes with characteristics useful in a wide range of applications
 
Chemical Components

GradeChemical Components
CMnPSAlt
SPCC≤0.12≤0.50≤0.035≤0.025≥0.020
SPCD≤0.10≤0.45≤0.030≤0.025≥0.020
SPCE≤0.08≤0.40≤0.025≤0.020≥0.020



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