Cold rolled steel is a type of steel that has been processed at room temperature, typically after hot rolled steel has been cooled down. The steel is passed through rollers at room temperature, which compresses and flattens the steel, giving it a smoother finish and increased strength compared to hot rolled steel. Cold rolled steel is commonly used in the production of cars, appliances, and other products that require a high level of precision and a smooth finish.
Some benefits of cold rolled steel are:
Improved Surface Finish: Cold rolling process results in a smoother surface finish than hot rolling.
Increased Strength: Cold rolling causes the steel to become harder and stronger than hot rolling.
Better Tolerance: Cold rolling allows for better dimensional accuracy and control of thickness.
Smaller Grain Structure: Cold rolling causes the grain structure of the steel to become smaller, which improves the steel's overall strength.
Greater Control over the final product : Cold rolling allows for greater control over the final product, making it easier to create products with specific properties and characteristics.