Carbon Steel Hot Rolled Coil / Strip / Plate / Sheet

Carbon Steel Hot Rolled Coil / Strip / Plate / Sheet

The properties of carbon steel are high hardness, strength, wear resistance and anti-corrosion.

Carbon steel is an alloy consisting of iron and carbon. The percentage of carbon in the steel affects the hardness, strength of elasticity and ductility of carbon steel. As the carbon percentage content rises, steel is harder and stronger but less ductile. Carbon steel has high hardness, toughness and strength, and it is relatively inexpensive compared to other steels.

Mechanical Properties

Steel Grade SS400
  • Thickness t ≦ 16
  • above 245mm
  • Strength N/mm²
  • 400-510N/mm²
  • Elongation (t)mm
  • 6 ≦ t ≦ 16(t)mm

Product Specification and Size :

Product Specification and Steel Grade

Application JIS ASTM SAE
Commercial Quality G3131 SPHC A569
A635
A659
A1011 CS Type
A, B, C
1006~1025
Drawing Quality G3131 SPHD - -
Deep Drawing Quality G3131 SPHE A622
A1011 DS Type A, B
1006~1010
General Structure
(T.S. < 490 N/mm2)
G3101 SS330
SS400
G3106 SM400A
G3132 SPHT1
SPHT2
SPHT3
A36
A283 GR.C
A570 GR.30~40
A1001 SS GR.30~40
1010~1025
General Structure
(T. S. ≧ 490 N/mm2)
G3101 SS490
G3106 SM490A
SM490A
SM490YA
G3132 SPH4
A570 GR.45~50
A607 GR.45~70
A1011 SS GR.45, 50
A1011 HSLAS GR.45~70
J1392 050X

Available Size

Carbon Steel Hot Rolled Coil / Strip
  Thickness (mm) Mill Edge
Width (mm)
Cut Edge
Width (mm)
Coil Inside
Diameter (mm)
Coil 1.50~6.50 720~1860   762
Coil 6.51~10.00 850~1500   762
Strip 1.50~6.50   30~720 762
Carbon Steel Hot Rolled Plate / Sheet
  Thickness (mm) Mill Edge
Width (mm)
Coil Inside
Diameter (mm)
Plate 6.00~150 500~4000 1200~18000
Sheet 1.50~5.99 50~1845 760~6100

Application

Carbon hot rolled steel sheets and plates are used in the welding and construction sectors such as railroad tracks, construction equipment, boom cranes, agriculture equipment and heavy vehicle frames. By varying the percentage in carbon steel, it is possible to produce steel with a variety of different qualities. In general, higher carbon content in steel makes steel harder, brittler and less ductile.