Hot Rolled Drawing Steel Coil
Hot rolled drawing steel coil is specifically designed for applications that require excellent cold-forming properties. The steel is hot-rolled to a specific thickness and then annealed to improve its ductility and workability. The resulting material is soft and easy to shape, making it ideal for use in applications such as automotive parts, furniture, and appliances.
Hot rolled drawing steel coil typically has low carbon content with a lower yield strength, which helps to improve its weldability and formability. It also has a smooth surface finish and uniform thickness, which helps to ensure consistent performance during the cold-forming process. This type of steel coil is often used in the production of parts that require intricate shapes, tight tolerances, and excellent surface quality. Use it for drawn parts and in exposed parts where the surface requirements are more demanding than a Commercial Steel application.
Hot rolled low carbon steel grades are DS Types A, B and B with Boron, with distinct chemistries that have been developed for specific applications. There are several different grades of hot rolled drawing steel, each with their own unique properties and characteristics. Some common grades include ASTM A1011, ASTM A568, DIN EN 10111, and JIS G3131.
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Hot Rolled Drawing Steel Coil Specifications
Strength, Yield Strength ksi(MPa), Tensile Strength ksi(MPa): Strong, 22-35 (150-240)
- For higher strength and lower weight, consider High-strength, Low-alloy
Formability: % Elongation: Good, ≥ 36
- For better formability consider Deep Drawing Steel
Corrosion Resistance: Good
- For better corrosion resistance, consider Coated Steel
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