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Hot-rolled High & Ultra High Strength Low Alloy steels

This is a hot-rolled low-alloy steel with low carbon content and a fine-grain structure, which provides greater mechanical characteristics, good formability, and excellent weldability.

It is especially suited to mechanically welded structural parts due to its low carbon content, the bending or forming, and also the consistency and reliability of its mechanical characteristics. The stronger mechanical characteristics enable substantial weight reduction to be achieved as a result of decreased thickness.

It is available in sheet or coiled steel in thicknesses of 1.50mm to 16mm and widths of 80cm to 215cm for unpickled hot-rolled steel, and in thicknesses of 1.50mm to 10mm and widths of 80cm to 213cm for pickled hot-rolled steel.

It is joined by welding, riveting, or adhesive bonding.

Options: unpickled or oiled and pickled, can be protected using a thin dry organic film (Easyfilm®).

With their high strength, they are an excellent choice when weight-saving is a priority, and are frequently used to replace structural steels. In the building sector, they are also used for cranes, safety barriers, light poles etc.

The Ultra high strength low alloy steel grades complete the  range of HSLA grades and offer exceptionally high yield strength values.

  Hot-rolled High Strength Low Alloy steels - Technical Data sheet
  Hot-rolled Ultra High Strength Low Alloy steels -Technical Data sheet
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