Cold Rolled Commercial Steel Coil
Cold rolled commercial steel grades have an improved surface finish and tighter tolerances compared to hot rolled steel grades. They are commonly used for parts requiring cold forming, such as crimping, swaging or bending. They can also be used in the creation of furniture, appliances and other consumer goods. We will be glad to help you select the exact grade for your cold rolled commercial steel coil.
Why Use Cold Rolled CS Coil?
Strength, Yield Strength ksi(MPa), Tensile Strength ksi(MPa): Strong, 25-45 (170-310), depending on Type
- For higher strength and lower weight, consider High-strength, Low-alloy
Formability: % Elongation: Good, ≥ 26
- For better formability consider Deep Drawing Steel
Corrosion Resistance: Good
- For better corrosion resistance, consider Coated Steel
- Recommended for: Unexposed applications where surface smoothness is not important
- Cost: Low
- Steel Grades: Cold Rolled, High Carbon, HSLA, Low Carbon
What is Cold Rolled Commercial Steel?
Cold Rolled Steel is steel which has been rolled at room temperature, below its recrystallization temperature. This increases its strength and hardness and decreases its ductility. Cold rolled is then annealed and temper passed to regain grain size and ductility. In addition to improvement of mechanical properties, cold rolling results in more control over the shape and dimensions of the finished product.
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