Cold Rolled (Continuously or Batch Annealed) Coil Products

The steel grades for cold forming can be preferred in bending and deep drawing processes where toughness and ductile properties are required. These steels are mainly used in automotive components such as body panels, metal furniture, appliances, radiators, some profiles and ventilation equipments. Non-ageing extra deep-drawing steels (IF) are the best material to fulfill the automotive and white goods sector’s special expectations, due to their superior formability and weldabilities. General Application Areas High strength low alloy steels (HSLA), with a good formability and improved weldability, having low content of carbon and produced by micro-alloying methods, are mainly used in automotive and its supplier industry. Steels which are enamelled by one/two layer or one/two firing, has deep drawing properties and is therefore mainly preferred in the manufacture of kitchenware, such as pans, pots etc

CR: Cold rolled, batch annealed coil

CRK: Cold rolled, batch annealed coil with trimmed edge

CRF: Cold rolled, not annealed (full-hard) coil, produced in cold rolling mill no.1

ICCR: Cold rolled, continuously annealed thin coil

CCR: Cold rolled, continuously annealed coil

CCRK: Cold rolled, continuously annealed coil with trimmed edge

CCRF: Cold rolled, not annealed (full hard) coil, produced in cold rolling mill no.2

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