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Very often the question is asked that what is the difference between hot rolled steel and cold rolled steel? Basically there are some of the fundamental differences between these two types of metal. These two differ in the processes of their manufacturing process, but the specification and grade is same. Stainless Steel Cold Rolled Sheet is basically rolled steel which is processed further. The hot steel is processed in cold reduction mills where the material is cooled at room temperature. It is then followed by annealing or tempers rolling.
Uses Of Cold Rolled Steel:
• Used on all products but these are specifically made for rolling of flat rolled sheet and coil products.
• It provides turning which helps in getting rid of surface imperfections
• Used to in a variety of industries such as marine, oil & gas, chemical processing, power generation, food processing, wastewater and other applications.
• Grinding narrows the original size tolerance range
• Polishing upgrades the surface finish
• It is great for any project where tolerances, surface condition, concentricity, and straightness is required.
Features Of Cold Rolled Steel:
• This process of cold rolled steel makes it closer dimensional tolerant
• Provides a wider range of surface finishes
• Cold drawing helps increase the yield and tensile strengths
• This eliminates costly thermal treatments
The cold finished bars are even harder to work with in comparison to Stainless Steel Cold Rolled Sheet. The cold rolled sheets consist of low carbon content. This is typically annealed, making it softer than hot rolled sheet.