Cold Rolled Steel Sheet is a hot rolled coil as a raw material, and is rolled
at a normal temperature below a recrystallization temperature. A cold rolled
steel sheet is a steel sheet produced by a cold rolling process, and is referred
to as a cold plate. The thickness of the cold-rolled sheet is generally between
0.1 and 8.0 mm. The thickness of the cold-rolled steel sheet produced by most
factories is 4.5 mm or less. The thickness and width of the cold-rolled sheet
are determined according to the equipment capacity and market demand of each
Cold Rolled Steel Sheet
Cold rolled strips are used in a wide variety of applications, such as automotive manufacturing, electrical products, rolling stock, aviation, precision instruments, and food cans. Cold-rolled steel sheet is the abbreviation of ordinary carbon structural steel cold-rolled sheet, also known as cold-rolled sheet, commonly known as cold plate, and sometimes it is mistakenly written as cold-rolled sheet. The cold plate is made of a common carbon structural steel hot-rolled steel strip, which is further cold-rolled into a steel sheet having a thickness of less than 4 mm. Since it is rolled at normal temperature, no scale is produced. Therefore, the surface quality of the cold plate is good, the dimensional accuracy is high, and the annealing and processing are superior to the hot-rolled steel sheet in many fields, especially in many fields. In the field of home appliance manufacturing, it has gradually replaced hot-rolled steel sheets.
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