ASTM A568M hrc sae 1006 hot rolled coil
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Product Description

Product Description:

Rolling is a metal forming process that employs the use of a series of rollers to alter the shape, improve the uniformity, and/or enhance the mechanical properties of materials. Rolled steel can be categorized into two types—hot rolled steel and cold rolled steel—which demonstrate distinct characteristics that make them suitable for different applications. When choosing a rolled steel material for a project, it is important to be aware of the differences between the two types and how they affect their performance.

Hot rolled steel is steel that has undergone the rolling process at a temperature above its recrystallization temperature (usually 1700° F or greater). Compared to unprocessed steel, the processed material exhibits greater formability and workability, making it easier to work with in subsequent processing operations.

The hot rolling process starts with a large, rectangular slab of metal referred to as a billet. First, the billet is heated and compressed into a large roll. While still hot, it passes through a series of rotating rollers to achieve the desired dimensions. In sheet metal production operations, the rolled steel is then wound into coiled rolls and left to cool. In production operations involving other forms, the processed material is cut into the specified units and packaged.

Benefits of Hot Rolled Steel:

Hot rolled steel offers several manufacturing advantages, such as:

Lower cost: Hot rolled steel tends to be less expensive than cold rolled steel since it involves less processing.

Better workability: As the hot rolling process occurs at elevated temperatures, the processed material is easy to form and shape.

Little to no internal stress: The hot rolling process involves cooling the steel gradually, which allows the material to essentially normalize its structure and become free of internal stresses.

Applications of Hot Rolled Steel Coil:

Since hot rolled steel shrinks slightly during the cooling stage, there is a lesser degree of control over its final shape. For this reason, it is typically used in applications that do not require extremely tight tolerances, such as:

Agricultural equipment

Automobile parts (e.g., frames and wheel rims)

Construction materials (e.g., I-beams)

Railroad equipment (e.g., tracks and railcar components)

Product specification:

(1.6-25.4mm)* (850--1900mm)

Product catalog:

Product classificationProduct nameBrandExecutive standard  
Hot rolled pickling steel strip (for cold forming)Hot rolled pickling steel strip (for cold forming)SPHC、SPHD、SPHE、DD11、DD12、DD13Q / TB 203. Technical agreement JIS g3131
Hot rolled pickled coils for structural use Hot rolled pickled coils for structural use Q195、Q215A/B、Q235A、Q195、Q215A/B、SS330、SS400、S235JR+AR、S235J0+AR、S275JR+AR、S275J0+AR、10、15、20、08Al、SAE1010、SAE1008、SAE1006、Q345A/B/C/D、S355J0+AR、S355JR+AR 、Gr.65、Gr.50 GB/T 912GB/T 3274JIS G3101EN 10025-2GB/T 710GB/T 711ASTM A568/A568MASTM A572/A572M
Carbon steelHigh-quality carbon steel hot-rolled pickled steel strip20#Technical agreement
Carbon structural steel hot-rolled stripSAE1006、SAE1008、SAE1025、SAE1010、SAE1012、SAE1015、SAE1020、SAE1022Q/TB 207


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