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Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance June 2014 ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products, Product marketing
1 Your needOur solution Ease of processingConsistency of thickness ensures smoother processing Cost effectivenessUniformity of mechanical, chemical and geometrical properties ensures less re-working, leading to a cost effective solution Precision component output High quality and ease of processing for consistent quality of components, even for the most precise applications WeldabilityWeldable by all conventional methods. Can be processed in the same way as similar cold rolled materials Product choiceWide range of thickness/width formats Grades in structural & high strength low alloy (HSLA), dual phase and ferrite-bainite hot rolled steel compared to mini-mill offer Process consistencyEspecially suitable for repetitive processes Hot Rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance
2 *Deviation, other grades on request Product range Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance Product range* High strength, low alloy steels (HSLA): S315MC S355MC S390MC-S550MC Dual phase and ferrite-bainite grades Structural steel: > 2.0 mm: S235 up to S275 Case hardening steels: C15, C22 Basic high carbon steels: C35 to C67 Steel plant ArcelorMittal Gent, Hot rolled pickling line ArcelorMittal Sestao, Hot rolled pickling line Dimensional range* Thickness: mm Width: mm Coil weight: max tons
3 Cost effective alternative, especially for applications requiring consistent thickness and with higher feasibility range Significant weight reduction of the final parts for high strength low alloy material leading to cost savings Less scrap, rework and better output, meaning more final parts per tonne of steel consumed Additional reduction of material loss by using slit strips over the whole width No rerolling operations needed to obtain better thickness performance one less process step Shorter delivery time Benefits Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance
4 Applications Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance Profiling applications Tubing applications Furniture, racks, shelves Automotive parts like gear box and transmission elements, seat tracks, parts for break linings Wheels And many more...
5 Applications specific ‘in use’ benefits Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance Easy manipulation of car seats thanks to perfect fit of upper and bottom car seat rails over the whole length Tighter fitting between male and female parts in the gear boxes Less frictions between high precision moving parts longer lifetime of weaving machines.
6 Hot strip mill, ArcelorMittal Gent Process Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance State-of-the-art mill equipments ensure precision and consistent steel characteristics Automatic gauge control in all stands ensures fast reaction on thickness variations Rolling speed controlled by performant loopers Roll bending and shifting to control the crown Walking beam furnaces with excellent temperature homogeneity Stretch leveller to regulate elongation to maintain thickness performance Accurate control of process and measurement systems to reach tight tolerance Automatic cropping of out of thickness on head and tail on all coils
7 Process ensures narrow thickness variation both: Over the width (crown) Over the length Thickness variation Hot rolled pickled steel with ¼ EN10051 thickness tolerance
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