||Q235, Q195, A36, SS400|
|Application:||General Service Industries (Petroleum, food, chemical, paper, fertilizer, fabric, aviation, and nuclear), pressure and heat transmission, construction and ornament|
|Standard:||AISI, ASTM, EN, BS, GB, DIN, JIS|
|Lengths:||As per request|
|Widths:||1145, 183, 233, 245, etc|
Cold rolled sheet coils sold by CamaSteel through the top Chinese steel suppliers undergoes a process where the hot rolled sheet has rust removed by being pickled through a weak acid solution, washed, brushed, dried, oiled and unrolled into its sheet form. After this process, the steel sheet is cold rolled under pressure and wound up into a roll. Cold rolled sheet coil has a much higher finish, smoother surface, greater dimensional accuracy, and strength than hot rolled coils. A majority of cold rolled steel is processed for automotive use.
ur quality and reliable source of steel products and solutions match domestic and foreign demands for varying steel resources. CamaSteel’s international background allows us to operate and provide steel solutions for countries beyond China crossing Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, and others. We have logistic integrity and have years of experience working with suppliers to provide cold rolled sheet coils to diverse customization and processing to meet customer’s various needs. CamaSteel provides the best cost reduction and can obtain market analysis through experts in the industry taking advantage of the market trends and current value of cold rolled sheet coils to provide quality and continued expertise in steel trading.
CamaSteel’s cold rolled sheet coils have the same application as cold rolled steel plates. They are essentially steel plates that undergo an extra rolling process that curl the cold rolled steel plate into a more compact form. Before they become coils, cold rolled sheet coils by CamaSteel are pressed with a pressurized roller at room temperature. Cold rolled steel commonly has an increase in strength, nearly 20%, compared to hot rolled steel through its use of strain hardening. This process includes breakdowns, semi-finishing- sizing, semi-roughing, roughing, and the resulting finishing that helps form cold rolled steel shapes.