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Cold Rolled Steel
  • Uniform surface finish

  • Tight thickness tolerances

  • High degree of formability

  • Outstanding shape control (flatness)

Cold Rolled Steel
is a mill product made with a high degree of gauge accuracy and uniformity of physical characteristics. The smooth deoxidized matte finish gives an excellent base for paint, lacquer and enamel. Box annealing and absence of scale permit stamping and moderate drawing operations. Sheets bend flat on themselves without cracking. Oiling protects Surface against rust.

The application of surface oil to cold rolled steel sheet is intended to provide protection from corrosion ("rusting") during shipment and warehousing. Because cold rolled steel sheet is prone to rusting, standard practice is to apply a rust-preventative oil at the exit end of the temper mill (the last processing step). Rust-preventative oils are different than forming lubricants in that they contain special corrosion-inhibiting additions. In addition to the oil, Curtis Steel maintains clean, dry environments in climate controlled warehouses at all its facilities to ensure our coils and sheets arrive to you in prime condition.

Cold Rolled Product Specification

Application JIS ASTM SAE
Commercial Quality G3141 SPCC A 1008 CS Type A, B, C 1008-1012 CQ
Drawing Quality G3141 SPCD A1008 DS Type A,B 1006-1008 DQ
Deep Drawing Quality G3141 SPCE (N) A1008 DDS 1006 DDQ

Application for Cold Rolled Product Steel

Cold rolled sheet steel products are used in a wide variety of end applications such as appliances, automobiles -  exposed as well as unexposed parts, electric motors, plumbing fixtures, drum manufacturing, shelving, furniture, doors, toolboxes, tubing products, unexposed construction products, as well as many other areas of manufacturing.
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