HOT ROLLED COIL AND SHEET STEEL
Hot rolled steel is rolled on a continuous strip mill, generally above 1600°F (870°C), to the desired thickness. The steel is supplied with either a standard “black” finish, or pickled and oiled, in slit coil or sheet form.
Quality Relevant Specifications Characteristics
Carbon – Manganese A1011 CS Suitable for simple bending and moderate forming, mechanical properties not specified.
Commercial Steel Type A, B, C
Drawing Steel A1011 DS Non Aging Steel, eliminates possible fluting and stretcher strains during forming.
Special Killed Type A, B
Structural Steel A1011 SS (various strength levels) minimum yield strength ranging from 30,000 PSI to 55,000 PSI Specified whenever guaranteed mechanical properties are required.
CSA W grades are now available in selected sheet sizes (per CSA G 40.21).
THEORETICAL WEIGHT PER SQUARE FOOT HOT ROLLED (.1793–.060)
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For material heavier than 7 gauge (.1793) see plate section.