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What is SPC steel?

What is SPC steel?

SPCC steel is a commercial quality cold rolled steel. SPCC is a material grade and designation defined in JIS G 3141 standard. As a basic Carbon Steel it can be enumerated in dead mild steel. JIS G 3141 is a Japanese material standard for cold rolled steel.

What is the thickness of the hot rolled raw material sheet steel?

1.2mm to 25.4mm
With a 5-mill production system, JFE produces a wide range of hot strip siz- es, including thickness from 1.2mm to 25.4mm and widths from 600mm to 2,300mm, which is the world’s widest hot rolled strip.

What is the tensile strength of hot rolled steel?

67,000 psi
The cold rolled steel’s tensile strength is higher than that of hot rolled steel. Cold rolled has a tensile strength of 85,000 psi while hot-rolled steel has 67,000 psi. Cold rolled steel’s yield strength is also higher than that of hot-rolled steel, at 70,000 psi compared to the latter’s 45,000 psi.

Is standard for CR sheet?

Indian Standards on HR sheet/strip and corresponding CR sheet/strip are IS 1079 & IS 513 respectively.

Is 513 a gr D?

IS 513 Deep Drawing Sheets. We are one of the leading manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of a IS: 513 Ordinary, Drawing, Deep Drawing, Extra Deep Drawing Quality. Manufactured from quality grade steel, the proposed collection is appreciated for its uniform hardness and zero metallurgical defects.

What is the thickness of sheet metal?

The thickness of sheet metal starts from 0.5 mm and goes up to 6 mm. Anything above that is a metal plate. The thin sheet metal is easy to form, while still providing great strength.

What is HR and CR sheet?

As indicated above, the main difference between hot rolled steel and cold rolled steel is the temperature at which they are processed. Hot rolled steel is rolled above the material’s recrystallization temperature, whereas cold rolled steel is rolled below the material’s recrystallization temperature.

What type of steel is HRS?

Hot rolled steel is steel that has been roll-pressed at very high temperatures. Hot rolled steel is steel that has been roll-pressed at very high temperatures—over 1,700˚F, which is above the re-crystallization temperature for most steels.

What is HRO steel?

Hot rolled steel involves rolling the steel at high temperatures, where cold rolled steel is processed further in cold reduction mills where the material is cooled followed by annealing and/or tempers rolling.

What is 13 gauge steel?

Sheet Steel Gauge Conversion Chart

Gauge No Inch Metric
11 0.116″ 2.9mm
12 0.104″ 2.6mm
13 0.092″ 2.3mm
14 0.080″ 2.0mm