Cold-rolled structural steel
This cold-rolled carbon-magnesium steel offers a guaranteed minimum level of mechanical characteristics.
It is suitable for many applications in multiple sectors as well as offering a good supply to our distributors and service centres.
Available as sheet or coiled steel in thicknesses from 0.50mm to 3mm and widths from 60cm to 207cm.
Joined by welding, crimping, or riveting.
Options: oiling, can be protected using a thin dry organic film (Easyfilm®).
High strength cold-rolled steel with low carbon content and micro-alloyed with strong mechanical characteristics that meet the requirements of the Pr EN 10268/2004 standard.
It is particularly suitable for mechanised welding of structural pieces due to its weldability improved by its low carbon content, and to roll forming with regard to consistency and reliability of its mechanical characteristics.
It is available as sheet or coiled steel in thicknesses from 0.30mm to 3.15mm and widths from 60cm to 183cm.
It is assembled by welding, riveting and adhesive bonding.
Options: Surface appearance, surface finishing, oiling.
Cold-rolled steel as defined in the EN 10130/98 standard, with guaranteed maximum mechanical characteristics and guaranteed minimum ductility and formability.
It is suited to formation by bending or drawing, which enables complex parts to be produced in good repeatable conditions and intended for indoor use.
Available as sheet or coiled steel in thicknesses from 0.40mm to 4mm and widths from 60cm to 207cm.
It is joined by welding, crimping, clinching, or adhesive bonding.
Options: Surface appearance, Surface finish, oiling.
This is a range of cold rolled non-alloyed mild steel grades with guaranteed maximum yield and tensile strength, guaranteed minimum ductility (elongation at fracture) and good formability (n and r values). These grades comply with the requirements of the EN 10130:2006 standard and are obtained after either batch or continuous annealing.
These steel grades have excellent formability, which facilitates cold forming operations, and are ideal for deep drawing.
Our range of steels for cold forming offer excellent forming performance, due to the low scattering of their chemical composition and their mechanical properties, which guarantees processing consistency.
They are used for bending and deep drawing forming processes for applications where strength, rigidity and ductility are required. Typical applications are to be found in the automotive industry, the domestic appliance sector, metal furniture, drums, radiators, fans, tubes and small profiles. Uncoated cold rolled steels for cold forming are suitable for food contact, under certain conditions laid down in directive 89/109/EEC and the French standard NF A 36-714. Please contact us for further information on this subject.
We offers two types of surface quality for these grades:
A: for non-visible parts
B: for visible parts
A wide range of roughness levels according to the EN 10130 standard can be supplied. Unless otherwise specified when ordering, coils will be supplied with standard roughness .
Our steels for cold forming (grades DC03 to DC07) have good or even excellent drawability in all types of forming processes. They can be used to manufacture complex, multifunctional parts, and allow significant savings.
Forming limit curves can be used to define the maximum strains not to be exceeded when forming steel by various methods, so as to avoid the risk of incipient necking. These curves are available on request.
Weldability is guaranteed when using the usual processes. Please specify which process you intend to use when ordering.