Cold rolled stainless steel is a steel plate produced by cold rolling. Cold rolling is a steel sheet that is further thinned to the target thickness of the No. 1 steel sheet under room temperature conditions. Compared with hot-rolled steel plates, cold-rolled steel plates are more accurate in thickness, and have smooth and beautiful surfaces. At the same time, they also have various superior mechanical properties, especially processing properties. Because cold-rolled raw coils are relatively brittle and hard, and not suitable for processing, cold-rolled steel sheets usually require annealing, pickling and surface smoothing. The general thickness of cold rolling is 0.1-8.0mm.
|Category||Austenitic Stainless Steel; Ferritic Stainless Steel; Martensitic Stainless Steel; Duplex Stainless Steel|
|Steel Grade||2205, 304, 316, 321, 420, 410, 430, 409|
|Standard||JIS4304-2005; JIS4305-2005; EN10088-2; ASTM A240/240M; GB/T4237-2007; GB/T3280-2007; GB24511-2009; ASTM A480/480M|
|Surface Treatment||2B; 2D; NO.3; NO.4; HL; HT|