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ArcelorMittal Ostrava

Hot-rolled Flat Products

Production programme
Production programme

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Technology Description and Used Terminology

Steel Grades, Chemical Composition

Semi-Finished Products (Continuously Cast Blanks)

Hot-rolled Wide Strips

Slit Hot-Rolled Wide Strips

Hot-Rolled Sheet Metal

Hot-Rolled Sheet Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps

Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric Corrosion

Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric
Metal and Strips with Oval Stumps Hot-Rolled Strips and Sheet Metal with Increased Resistance to Atmospheric

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ArcelorMittal Ostrava Certification

ArcelorMittal Ostrava Certification ArcelorMittal Ostrava is the holder of the Quality Management System certificate
ArcelorMittal Ostrava Certification ArcelorMittal Ostrava is the holder of the Quality Management System certificate

ArcelorMittal Ostrava is the holder of the Quality Management System certificate according to ČSN EN ISO 9001:2000 and of EN ISO 14001:2004 certificate awarded by the German TÜV NORD company.

ArcelorMittal Ostrava a.s. is certified for the whole range of hot-rolled products of width between 20 mm and 1550 mm and thickne- ss between 1.5 mm and 15.0 mm.

for the whole range of hot-rolled products of width between 20 mm and 1550 mm and
for the whole range of hot-rolled products of width between 20 mm and 1550 mm and
for the whole range of hot-rolled products of width between 20 mm and 1550 mm and

ArcelorMittal Ostrava an established producer of top quality steel products

The ArcelorMittal Ostrava a.s. company is the largest steel-making company in the Czech Republic and a part of the world‘s largest steel producer - the ArcelorMittal company.

In ArcelorMittal Ostrava a.s., production of hot-rolled flat products has a long-time tradition. Manufacturing of hot-rolled strips started in 1958. Between 1997 and 1999 the production facility for manufacturing of hot-rolled strips underwent a fundamental modernization. In 1997 a slab continuous casting facility was put in operation and in 1999 a new wide-strip mill - P 1500 Stec- kel followed. Manufacturing capacity of the Steckel wide-strip mill is 1,27 mill. tons of hot-rolled wide strips per year. It was not only a substantial diversification in strips in terms of size and quality that the mill brought about. It also created conditions for further enrichment of the product range by new steel grades destined for production of hot-rolled strips.

Technology Description and Used Terminology

Introduction

Dear customers, You are in receipt of an offer catalogue of hot-rolled flat products, which are produced in ArcelorMittal Ostrava a.s. This catalogue represents the basic offer of hot-rolled flat products and shall gradually be extended and refined in new editions through acquiring of a new technology at the wide-strip Steckel rolling mill.

Description of production technology

Steel for production of flat products is produced by oxygen procedure in the 200-ton tilting tandem furnace at the Plant 13 - Steel Plant. In 2/3 the basic input raw material of the melting charge is hot metal and remaining 1/3 is steel scrap, scrap iron, sponge iron and iron ore.

Production of hot-rolled wide strips

Liquid steel is transported in ladles to the Minimill area where the steel is processed at the ladle furnace.

The following operations take place at the ladle furnace:

- temperature and chemical homogenization

- steel deoxidation and accurate alloying to achieve the required chemical composition

- desulphurization

- reduction of non-metallic inclusions contents

- adjustment of temperature to the specified casting temperature

After secondary steel processing at the ladle furnace is finished, the ladle containing treated steel is embedded in the turret and steel is cast through the tundish into the mold. At the slab, continuous caster blanks of width from 740 mm to 1575 mm and of 150 mm thickness are cast. Continuously cast blanks are cut up to pieces of max. 18 m length by fuel burner. Continuously cast blanks are transported in hot condition by a roller conveyer to the reheating and equalizing walking beam furnace. After heating to the rolling temperature slabs are transported to the rolling mill stands of the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill. After descaling, slabs are guided into the double-stand tandem reversing rolling mill with one vertical edging mill. The rolling mill is equipped with two furnace coilers equalizing the temperature of the hot strip and reducing its cooling during rolling. The process of rolling itself is fully automated.

temperature of the hot strip and reducing its cooling during rolling. The process of rolling itself
After the last pass through the mill stand, the strip is guided by the roll

After the last pass through the mill stand, the strip is guided by the roll table through 7 sections of laminar cooling into the finished strip coiler. After coiling, adjustment and marking coils are transported to the storage area. Hot-rolled strips from the Steckel wide-strip mill can be delivered directly to customers for further processing or transported to shearing lines. Shearing lines allow trimming of coil side edges, cutting of 33 t coils to coils of lower total weight, slitting of wide strips to narrow strips and cutting of strips into sheets. At present there are 3 slitting lines and 2 cut-to-length lines for sheets production.

A part of the plant for flat hot-rolled products of ArcelorMittal Ostrava, a.s. are 4 roll forming lines where open steel cold rolled products and steel

road barriers are produced from slitted strips. The production facility of the Steckel rolling mill is projected for a yearly output of approximately 1 000 000 tons of hot-rolled flat products. By means of gradual technical measures, the yearly production output has been increased up to 1 270 000 tons. At the end of 2008, a new – the third cut-to-length line shearing coils into sheets will be put into operation. This cut-to-length line will allow to

shear strips into sheets from internal coils of 15,0 mm thickness and from external coils up to 18,0 mm thickness and up to 2000 mm of width.

Used terminology

Names of products used in this catalogue are in conformity with the ČSN EN 10079:2007 standard – “Definitions of steel products”.

Semi–finished products (continuously cast blanks)

Semi–finished products are continuously cast blanks (slabs) destined for the production of hot-rolled strips.

Hot-rolled strips without coating

Both European and national standards distinguish two basic types of hot-rolled flat products: hot-rolled strips and hot-rolled sheets.

The hot-rolled strip without coating is a hot-rolled product which is coiled immediately after passing through the finishing mill stand. After rolling has been finished, the hot-rolled strip has either slightly rounded edges or trimmed edges, in case of slit wide strip.

Hot-rolled strips are divided into:

- Hot-rolled wide strips (of 600 mm width or more)

- Slit hot-rolled wide strips (of 600 mm rolled width or more and under 600 mm after slitting)

Hot-rolled sheets without coating

The hot-rolled sheet without coating is a hot-rolled product with clear edge forming, supplied in tables and with surface in condition after rolling, mostly of square shape and of width equal to or above 600 mm. Edges are either in condition after rolling (natural edges) or trimmed.

- Sheets are produced by cutting of the wide strip at the continuous mill train. The product is generally called a hot-rolled sheet or plate.

In terms of thickness, flat products are divided into

- Thin sheets and strips ( of thickness below 3.0 mm)

- Thick sheets (plates) and strips (of thickness above or equal to 3.0 mm)

Steel grades, chemical composition

Chemical analyses of steels which are stated in the tables of grades suitable for production of hot-rolled strips should be considered as informative ones. The chemical composition of steels according to various standards can differ in contents of individual elements. For standard supplies, the determinant is the content of elements specified in the respective standard. If agreed by the production plant, steel strips with modified chemical composition can also be supplied.

Basic offer of steel grades

 

Structural steels

 
 

EN 10025-2

ČSN

C

Mn

Si

P

S

Al

Utilization

   

11

343

max.

   

max.

max.

 

Structural steel suitable for stamping and

 

0.16

0.045

0.045

production of welded components.

Structural

S235JR

11

375

max.

   

max.

max.

 

Structure and machine components of medium thickness, fusion welded, for

steels

 

0.17

0.045

0.045

production of pressure tanks with limited pressure and temperature of up to 300°C

S235J0

11

378

max.

   

max.

max.

min.

Fine-grained structural steels suitable for cold

S235J2

 

0.17

0.040

0.040

0.020

forming.

     

max.

   

max.

max.

   

11

425

0.22

0.050

0.050

 

11

428

max.

   

max.

max.

min.

 
 

0.22

0.045

0.045

0.020

   

max.

         

Components of structures of low thickness, welded machine components.

Structural steels of major strength

S275JR

11

443

0.20

S275J0

11

448

max.

       

min.

Welded dynamically stressed structures

operating at both lowered and elevated temperatures

 

S275J2

 

0.16

0.020

S355JR

               

max.

max.

max.

max.

max.

min.

Fine-grained structural steel suitable for cold

S355J0

S355J2

11

523

0.20

1.60

0.55

0.040

0.040

0.020

forming

 

Steels for cold forming

 
 

EN 10111

ČSN

C

Mn

Si

P

S

Al

Utilization

     

max.

max.

 

max.

max.

   

DD11

11

321

0.12

0.60

0.045

0.045

Structural steel suitable for cold forming.

Steels for cold forming

DD12

11

325

max.

max.

 

max.

max.

min.

Structural steel suitable for cold forming.

 

0.10

0.45

0.035

0.035

0.025

*)

     

max.

max.

 

max.

max.

   

DD11

11

331

0.12

0.60

0.045

0.045

Structural steel suitable for cold forming.

 

DD13

11

305

max.

max.

max.

max.

max.

min.

Steel suitable for extra deep cold forming.

Structural steels for extra deep cold forming

 

0.08

0.40

0.030*)

0.030

0.030

0.025

*)

   

max.

max.

 

max.

max.

   
 

DD14

0.08

0.035

0.025

0.025

Steel suitable for extra deep cold forming.

*) Data in these paragraphs are valid only for steels conforming with ČSN 41 1325 and ČSN 41 1305 standards

Extended offer of steel grades Hot-rolled strips and sheets of steel grades stated in the

Extended offer of steel grades

Hot-rolled strips and sheets of steel grades stated in the extended offer can be supplied if agreed with the production plant. The possibility of a delivery depends on the total volume of the required steel grade, the ordered quantity in the required width (of strips and sheets), the strip version and the term of delivery.

 

Structural carbon steels

 
 

EN 10025-2

 

ČSN

C

Mn

Si

P

S

Al

 

Use

   

E

295

   

11

500

     

max.

max.

   

Statically and dynamically stressed machine

   

0.045

0.045

components in which weldability is not required.

Structural carbon

   

E 335

   

11 600

     

max.

max.

   

Low-grade structural steel for machine

components in which weldability is not required, suitable for bending.

steels

 

0.045

0.045

 

E

360

   

11

700

     

max.

max.

   

Low-grade structural steel for manufacture of

   

0.045

0.045

chains in which weldability is not required.

 

Structural carbon steels

 
 

EN 10083-2

 

ČSN

 

C

Mn

 

Si

P

   

S

 

Cr+Mo+Ni

Use

max.

   

C22E

   

0.17

0.40

     

max. 0.035

     
   

12

022

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.030

 

0.063

 

C22R

   

0.24

0.70

 

0.020

÷ 0.40

 

C35

   

0.32

0.50

 

max. 0.045

 

max. 0.045

     

C35E

 

12

040

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.030

max. 0.035

0.063

C35R

 

0.39

0.80

max. 0.030

0.020

÷ 0.40

 

C40

C40E

   

12

041

0.37

÷

0.50

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.045

max. 0.030

 

max. 0.045

max. 0.035

 

0.063

Suitable for various components,

springs.

C40R

 

0.44

0.80

max. 0.030

0.020

÷ 0.40

 

C45

   

0.42

0.50

 

max. 0.045

 

max. 0.045

     

C45E

 

12

050

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.030

max. 0.035

0.063

Suitable for manufacture of

springs and chains.

C45R

 

0.50

0.80

max. 0.030

0.020

÷ 0.40

 

C50E

   

0.47

0.60

 

max. 0.030

 

max. 0.035

     
   

12

051

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

 

0.063

Steel for heat treatment.

Structural

 

C50R

   

0.55

0.90

max. 0.030

 

0.020

÷ 0.40

carbon

   

steels

 

C55

   

0.52

0.60

 

max. 0.045

 

max. 0.045

     

C55E

 

12

060

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.030

max. 0.035

0.063

Suitable for manufacture of

springs and chains.

C55R

 

0.60

0.90

max. 0.030

0.020

÷ 0.40

 

C60

   

0.57

0.60

 

max. 0.045

 

max. 0.045

     

C60E

 

12

061

 

÷

÷

max. 0.40

max. 0.030

max. 0.035

0.063

Steel for heat treatment.

C60R

 

0.65

0.90

max. 0.030

0.020

÷ 0.40

   

0.60

0.60

       

Suitable for manufacture of springs and chains, as annealed with good hardenability, but limited cold formability.

C67S 1)

   

12

071

 

÷

÷

max. 0.35

max. 0.035

 

max. 0.035

 
   

0.70

0.80

 

1) The C575 steel grade is produced in conformity with the EN 10134-4:2000 standard.

Steel grades, chemical composition

 

Micro-alloyed steel grades

 
 

Steel grade according to DIN 17172

Steel grade according to EN 10 208-2

Steel grade according to API SPEC 5L

Note

 

StE 290.7 TM

L

290 MB

   

StE 320.7 TM

   

StE 360.7 TM

L

360 MB

X46, X52

Micro-alloyed steels for production of spiral weld pipes

StE 385.7 TM

 

X56

StE 415.7 TM

L

415 MB

X60

StE 445.7 TM

 

L 450 MB

X65

Stated steel grades are in the stage of production technology verification at the P-1500 Steckel mill. The possibility of a delivery is to be agreed with the production plant.

 

StE 480.7 TM

L

485 MB

X70

Micro-alloyed steel grades EN 10149-2

SEW 092

Note

     

S

315 MC

 

QStE 340 TM

 
   

S

350 MC

Micro-alloyed steels for cold forming

QStE 380 TM

 

QStE 420 TM

 

S

420 MC

 

QStE 460 TM

 

S

460 MC

QStE 500 TM

 

S

500 MC

Stated steel grades are in the stage of production technology verification at the P-1500 Steckel mill. The possibility of

   

QStE 550 TM

 

S

550 MC

a delivery is to be agreed with the production plant.

 

Micro-alloyed steel grades

 
 

Steel grade according to SEW 093

   

Mn

     

Al

Nb

Ti

C

max.

Si

P

S

min.

max.

max.

 

ZStE 260

0.10

0.60

0.5

0.03

0.03

0.015

0.09

0.22

ZStE 300

0.10

0.80

0.5

0.03

0.03

0.015

0.09

0.22

Micro-alloyed steels for cold rolling

ZStE 340

0.10

1.00

0.5

0.03

0.03

0.015

0.09

0.22

ZStE 380

0.10

1.20

0.5

0.03

0.03

0.015

0.09

0.22

 

ZStE 420

0.10

1.4 0

0.5

0.03

0.03

0.015

0.09

0.22

1) ZstE steel grades are supplied only in the form of a hot-rolled strip, as a semi-finished product destined for further cold rolling. 2) Micro-alloyed steel grades for cold rolling are in the stage of production technology verification at the P 1500 Steckel mill. The possibility of a delivery has to be agreed with the production plant.

Steels with increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion

Steel grade according to ČSN, KN

ČSN EN 10025-5

Note

Steels with

15 117

S235J0W

 

increased

S235J2W

resistance to

 

S355J0W

The possibility of a delivery are to be agreed with the producer.

atmospheric

15 217

S355J0WP

corrosion

S355J2WP

 
  Table of comparison of steel grades         Steel grade according to
 

Table of comparison of steel grades

 
     

Steel grade according to

 

EN 10025-2

 

EN 10111

ČSN EN 10025+A1:1993

 

ČSN

DIN 17100:1980

DIN 1614:1986

   

DD13

       

DD14

11

305

St 22, StW 22

   

DD11

 

11

321

 

RRSt 23, RRStW 23

   

DD12

 

11

325

 

St 22, StW 22

   

DD11

 

11

331

   
     

11

343

   
   

S235JR

11

375

St 37-2, RSt 37-2

 

S235JR

 

S235JRG2

11

375

St 37-2, RSt 37-2

 

S275J0

 

S235J0

     

S235J2G3

11

378

 

St 37-3

S275J2

S235J2G4

   
     

11

425

   
     

11

428

   

S275JR

 

S275JR

11

443

 

St 44-2

 

S275J0

 

S275J0

     

S275J2G3

11

448

 

St 44-3

S275J2

S275J2G4

   

S355JR

 

S355JR

     

S355J0

S355J0

S355J2G3

11

523

 

St 52-3

S355J2

S355J2G4

   
 

Table of comparison of steel grades

 
 

ČSN

 

Steel grade according to

 
 

EN

DIN 17100:1980

DIN 17200:1987

 

DIN 17222:1979

E

295

11

500

St 50-2

   
 

E 335

11

600

St 60-2

   

E

360

11

700

St 70-2

   

C35, C35E, C35R

12

040

C35, Ck35, Cm 35

   

C40, C40E, C40R

12

041

C40, Ck40, Cm40

   

C45, C45E, C45R

12

050

C45, Ck45, Cm45

   

C50E, C50R

12

051

C50, Ck50, Cm50

   

C55, C55E, C55R

12

060

C55, Ck55, Cm55

   

C55, Ck55

C60, C60E, C60R

12

061

C60, Ck60, Cm60

   

C60, Ck60

C67S*

 

12

071

   

C67, Ck67

*) The stated steel grade is produced in conformity with the EN 10134-4:2000 standard.

Semi-finished products (continuously cast blanks)

Semi-finished products are flat continuously cast blanks (slabs) destined for the production of hot-rolled strips at the P-1500 Steckel wide-strip rolling mill. They are produced at the continuous casting machine with the yearly capacity of approximately 1,27 million tons. Continuously cast blanks can be supplied of 150 mm thickness and of length between 5.9 and 18 m. Their width ranges from 740 to 1575 mm. For deliveries of blanks, only chemical composition is guaranteed while mechanical values (tensile strength etc.) are not.

Basic parameters of flat continuously cast blanks (slabs)

Parameter

   

Width

min.

 

740

mm

max.

1

575

mm

Thickness

 

150

mm

 

min.

5

900

mm

Length

max.

18 000

mm

Weight

min.

 

5 100

kg

max.

33 000

kg

Limit thickness tolerances

 

±5

mm

Limit width tolerances

 

±10

mm

   

+75

 

Limit length tolerances

-25

mm

Weight of semi-finished products

The following graph shows the approximate weight of continuously cast blanks in relation to width:
The following graph shows the approximate weight of continuously cast blanks in relation to width:
slab width (mm)
slab weight (kg)
Delivery of semi-finished products Surface - continuously cast blanks are supplied with surface after casting

Delivery of semi-finished products

Surface - continuously cast blanks are supplied with surface after casting (scaled) without any further treatment.

Marking of continuously cast blanks - blanks supplied from the hot strip minimill are marked with a 12-figure code which is sprayed on the face of the slab with an aluminium paint. The code includes the following identification data:

- 6 figures - heat number

- 3 figures - blank order in the casting strand

- 3 figures - blank width in cm

Method of storage during transport - wooden pads are used under continuously cast blanks transported on platform wagons.

Hot-rolled wide strips

Hot-rolled wide strips are produced at the P-1500 Steckel wide-strip rolling mill in steel grades stated in the section on steel grades. Chemical composition and characteristic properties of hot-rolled wide strips conform with the following dimensional standards (if agreed with the production plant, wide strips produced according to old standards not stated below can also be supplied).

ČSN EN 10051:1996 + A1:2000 – “Continuously hot-rolled uncoated plate, sheet and strip of non-alloy and alloy steels – Tolerances for dimensions and shape“.

Dimensions produced

Type

Strip width 1) 2)

mm

Coil parameters

Strip thickness 2)

Inside diameter

Outside diameter

Specific weight

mm

mm

Hot-rolled wide strip

980 ≤ 1 050

1.5

≤ 13.0

(15) 3)

> 1 050 ≤ 1 200

1.6

≤ 13.0

(15) 3)

> 1 200 ≤ 1 250

1.8

≤ 13.0

(15) 3)

> 1 250 ≤ 1 550

2.5

≤ 13.0

(15) 3)

cca 762

min. 1 400 max. 2 100

as per the width required 18 – 21 kg/mm of strip width (max. 33 t)

1) Hot-rolled strips of width from 740 up to < 980 mm are produced and supplied in limited quantity and after agreement with the production plant. 2) Dimensions apply to structural steels and cold-rolled steels according to the basic steel grades. For other steel grades, further limitations are applied. Specific possibilities of hot-rolled strips deliveries must be discussed with the production plant and respective sales persons. 3) Hot-rolled strips are regularly supplied in the S235JR steel grade in thickness up to 15.0 mm. Supplies of hot-rolled strips of S235J0 and S235J2 steel grades, possibly of higher steel grades in thickness between 13.0 mm and 15.0 mm must be discussed with the production plant and respective sales persons.

Tolerances of dimensions

Limit dimensions and shape tolerances of hot-rolled wide strips abide to full extent by the standard ČSN EN 10051:1996+A1:2000.

Thickness tolerances

Limit thickness tolerances of steel strips (sheets) of steels with normal deformation resistance at elevated temperatures:

Nominal thickness

Limit tolerances for nominal thickness 1) 2) (dimensions in mm)

(mm)

≤ 1200

> 1200 ≤1500

> 1500

≤ 2.00

±0.17

±0.19

±0.21

> 2.50

2.00 ≤

±0.18

±0.21

±0.23

> 3.00

2.50 ≤

±0.20

±0.22

±0.24

> 3.00 ≤

4.00

±0.22

±0.24

±0.26

> 4.00 ≤

5.00

±0.24

±0.26

±0.28

> 5.00 ≤

6.00

±0.26

±0.28

±0.29

> 6.00 ≤

8.00

±0.29

±0.30

±0.31

> 8.00 ≤ 10.00

±0.32

±0.33

±0.34

> 10.00 ≤ 12.50

±0.35

±0.36

±0.37

> 12.50 ≤ 13.00 (15.0)

±0.37

±0.38

±0.40

1) If agreed with the production plant, hot-rolled strips with more precise width tolerances can be supplied. 2) The limit tolerances of steels with high deformation resistance at elevated temperatures are scaled up in relation to steel grades.

Width tolerances Strip width Limit width tolerance for strips with natural edges (mm) (mm) lower

Width tolerances

Strip width

Limit width tolerance for strips with natural edges (mm)

(mm)

lower

upper

≤ 1200

0

20

> 1200 ≤ 1500

0

20

> 1500

0

25

Delivery of hot-rolled wide strips

Surface – coils are supplied with surface after hot rolling (scaled) without any further treatment.

Coil weight – the following graph shows the approximate weight of coils in relation to the strip width. Wide hot-rolled strips are regularly supplied in coils of specific weight ranging from 18.0 to 21.0 kg/mm of width. (Coils of lower specific weight can be supplied if agreed with the production plant). With maximum coil width of 1550 mm, the maximum coil weight is 33 tons.

Coil weight (kg)
Coil weight (kg)

Coil width (mm)

coil weight is 33 tons. Coil weight (kg) Coil width (mm) Coil marking – coils supplied

Coil marking – coils supplied from the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill are provided with the following data sprayed on the coil:

• Production order

• Steel grade

• Strip dimensions

• Heat number

• Product ID (product identification code)

• Coil weight

Identification data can also be printed on a sticking label which is stuck on the agreed point of the coil after it has cooled down.

Coil binding - wide coils (supplied from the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill with natural edge) are bound around the perimeter with a cyclopean tape of 32 x 1 mm depending on the place of destination.

Standard number of points of perimeter bindings:

• strips up to 1200 mm of length

- 2

• strips over 1200 mm of length

- 3

(If agreed with the production plant, coils can be provided with more perimeter bindings or with cross bindings). Method of storage during transport - coils are stored on steel pallets (approx. weight from 778 to 1230 kg) with the axis in horizontal position or in special railway wagons destined to coils transport.

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Slit hot-rolled wide strips

Slit hot-rolled wide strips from the P-1500 Steckel wide-strip rolling mill are manufactured with the use of cold slitting or trimming (of edges) on slitting lines of the production plant. These products are produced in conformity with the following dimensional standard:

ČSN EN 10051:1996 + A1:2000 – “Continuously hot-rolled uncoated plate, sheet and strip of non-alloy and alloy steels – Tolerances for dimensions and shape”.

Dimensions produced

   

Thickness of slit strip 2)

   

Coil parameters

Width 2)

1.5

≥ 1.6

≥ 1.8

≥ 2.5

> 5.0

> 6.0

> 7.0

     
 

to

 

Inside coil

Outside coil

Specific coil

 

parameter

parameter

weight 1)

< 1.6

< 1.8

< 2.5

≤ 5.0

≤ 6.0

≤ 7.0

≤ 8.0

mm

 

mm

mm

 

≥ 20

< 120

             

cca 600

max. 1 350

According to required width 7.0 – 9.0 kg/mm

≥ 120 < 200

                   

≥ 200 ≤ 1 030

             

≥ 200 ≤ 1 180

             

cca 600 (nebo cca 762)

max. 2 100

According to required width 18 – 21 kg/mm of the strip width (max. 33 tons)

≥ 200 ≤ 1 230

             

≥ 200 ≤ 1 530

               

1 If agreed with the production plant, coiled narrow slit strips or trimmed wide strips (width from 120 to 1530 mm) of specific weight 9.0 - 10.5 kg/mm of width can be supplied.

2 Dimensions apply to structural steels and cold-rolled steels according to the basic steel grades. For other steel grades, further limitations are applied. Specific possibilities of hot-rolled strips deliveries must be discussed with the production plant and respective sales persons.

Tolerances of dimensions

Limit thickness tolerances of the slit strip are to full extent those applicable to the wide strip. Limit width tolerances abide to full extent by the standard ČSN EN 10051:1996 + A1:2000.

   

Limit width tolerance (dimensions in mm)

 

Slit strip width

according to ČSN EN 10051:1996 + A1:2000

by agreement

 

lower

upper

lower

upper

≥ 20 ≤ 1000

0

+ 3

0

+ 1

≥ 20 ≤ 1000

0

+ 3

± 0.5

> 1000 ≤ 1200

0

+ 3

0

+ 2

> 1200 ≤ 1500

0

+ 5

0

+ 3

> 1500

0

+ 6

0

+

3

If agreed with the production plant, slit hot-rolled strips with more precise thickness and width tolerances can be supplied.

Delivery of slit hot-rolled strips Surface - coils are supplied with surface after hot rolling

Delivery of slit hot-rolled strips

Surface - coils are supplied with surface after hot rolling (scaled) without any further treatment.

Coil weight - the following graph shows the approximate weight of coils in relation to the strip width. With maximum coil width of 1550 mm, the maximum coil weight is 33 tons.

Coil width (mm) Coil weight (kg)
Coil width (mm)
Coil weight (kg)
coil weight is 33 tons. Coil width (mm) Coil weight (kg) Coil marking – coils supplied

Coil marking – coils supplied from the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill are provided with a sticker with the following data:

• Production order

• Heat number

• Steel grade

• Coil weight

• Strip dimensions (mm)

• Products ID (product identification code)

Binding of coils and packs - coils of slit strips are bound around the perimeter with a cyclopean tape of 32 x 1 mm (C) and cross-wise with a cyclopean tape of 32 x 1 mm or a wire ø 2.5 mm (D) depending on the width and the place of destination. Standard number of points of perimeter and cross bindings are stated in the table. If agreed with the production plant, coils of slit strips can be provided with a different number of bindings.

     

Binding (number of binding x type of binding material)

 
   

Coil packs

Place of

Slit strip width

Separate coils

Coils inside packs

 

Coil pack

destination

[mm]

Peripheral

Transversal

Peripheral

Transversal

Peripheral

Transversal

Domestic

≥ 20 < 60

2xD

 

3xC

+

60 < 120

1xC

3xC

1xC

2xD

 

4xC

export

≥ 120

1xC

3xC

1xC

2xD/3xC

 

4xC

 

≥ 20 < 60

2xD

 

4xC

Overseas

60 < 120

1xC

4xC

1xC

2xD

 

4xC

≥ 120

1xC

4xC

1xC

2xD/3xC

 

4xC

Method of storage during transport - coils are stored on steel pallets (approx. weight from 778 to 1230 kg) with the axis in horizontal position or in special railway wagons destined to coils transport.

Hot-rolled sheet metal

Hot-rolled sheet metal is produced at the P-1500 Steckel wide-strip mill in coils which are further processed by cold cross-cutting at cut-to-length lines of the production plant. Thin and thick sheets in the table are produced in conformity with following dimensional standards:

ČSN EN 10051:1996 + A1:2000 – “Continuously hot-rolled uncoated plate, sheet and strip of non-alloy and alloy steels – Tolerances for dimensions and shape”.

Dimensions produced

       

Sheet thickness

 

1.5 1)

> 2.0

> 3.0

> 4.0

> 5.0

> 6.0

> 7.0

> 8.0

> 10.0

Version

Width

Length

 

to

 

≤ 2.0

≤ 3.0

≤ 4.0

≤ 5.0

≤ 6.0

≤ 7.0

≤ 8.0

≤ 10.0

≤ 13.0

mm

 

m

 

mm

 
 

1 000

 

2.0

                 

Standard sizes

1 250

 

2.5

                   

1 500

 

3.0

                 
 

≥ 600 < 980 2)

1.0

– 12.0

   

2.0 ≤ 8.0 (13.0)

     

980 ≤ 1 050

1.0

– 12.0

 

1.5

≤ 13.0 (15.0) 3)

 

Non-standard

       

sizes

> 1 050 ≤ 1 200

1.0

– 12.0

 

1.6

≤ 13.0 (15.0) 3)

 

> 1 200 ≤ 1 250

1.0

– 12.0

 

1.8

≤ 13.0 (15.0) 3)

 

> 1 250 ≤ 1 550

1.0

– 12.0

   

2.5

≤ 13.0 (15.0) 3)

 

1 Hot-rolled sheet metal in thickness from 1.5 to 2.0 mm is produced within the width range stated in the manufacturing potential of the wide hot-rolled strips in coils at the Steckel rolling mill. Possibilities of supplies have to be agreed with the production plant. 2 Hot-rolled sheets of width between 740 and 980 mm are produced and supplied in limited quantities and after agreement with the production plant.

3 Hot-rolled sheet metal with natural edge is supplied in steel grades S235JR and S235JRG2 in thickness of up to 15.0 mm. Supplies of hot-rolled of higher steel grades in thickness between 13.0 mm and 15.0 mm have to be discussed with the production plant and respective sales persons.

Tolerances of dimensions

Limit thickness tolerances of sheet metal are to full extent those applicable to wide strips. For limit width and length tolerances, the data stated in the following table are applied:

sheet metal with natural edge of steel grades S235J0, S235J2, possibly

Limit width tolerance (dimensions in mm)

Natural edges

Trimmed edges

Sheet metal width (mm)

according to ČSN EN 10051 + A1 lower

lower

upper

upper

≥ 600

1 200

0

+

20

0

+

3

> 1 200

1 500

0

+ 20

0

 

+ 5

 

>

1 500

0

+

25

0

+

6

Sheet metal length (mm)

 

Limit length tolerances (dimensions in mm)

 
 

<

2 000

0

+10

0

 

+10

≥ 2 000

<

8 000

0

+0.005 x l

0

+0.005 x l

 

8 000

0

+40

0

 

+40

Limit dimension and shape tolerances of hot-rolled sheet metal abide to full extent by the standard ČSN EN 10051:1996+A1:2000. If agreed with the production plant, sheet metal with more precise thickness tolerances can be supplied. If agreed with the production plant, sheets of S235JR, S235J0 and S235J2 steel grades can also be supplied in thickness greater or equal to 5.00 mm and with dimensional tolerances according to the ČSN EN 10029:1995 standard.

Delivery of sheet metal Surface – sheet metal is supplied with surface after hot rolling

Delivery of sheet metal

Surface – sheet metal is supplied with surface after hot rolling (scaled) without any further treatment. Sheet metal weight – the following table shows the approximate weight of sheet metal of basic width of 1000 mm:

Sheet metal

 

Sheet metal length (mm)

 

thickness

1 000

2 000

3 000

4 000

5 000

6 000

7 000

8 000

9 000

10 000

11 000

12 000

(mm)

 

Weight of sheet metal (of the width of 1000 mm) in kg

 

2

16

32

48

64

80

96

112

128

144

160

176

 

192

2.5

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

160

200

220

 

240

3

24

48

72

96

120

144

168

192

216

240

264

 

288

3.5

28

56

84

112

140

168

196

224

252

280

308

 

336

4

32

64

96

128

160

192

224

256

288

320

352

 

384

4.5

36

72

108

144

180

216

252

288

324

360

396

 

432

5

40

80

120

160

200

240

280

320

360

400

440

 

480

6

48

96

144

192

240

288

336

384

432

480

528

 

576

7

56

112

168

224

280

336

392

448

504

560

616

 

672

8

64

128

192

256

320

384

448

512

576

640

704

 

768

9

72

144

216

288

360

432

504

576

648

720

792

 

864

10

80

160

240

320

400

480

560

640

720

800

880

 

960

11

88

176

264

352

440

528

616

704

792

880

968

1

056

12

96

192

288

384

480

576

672

768

864

960

1 056

1 152

13

104

208

312

416

520

624

728

832

936

1 040

1 144

1

248

Sheet metal marking – sheet metal supplied from the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill and the cut-to-length line is provided with sticking labels with standard printed data:

• Production order

• Heat number

• Steel grade

• Pack weight – number of sheets in the pack

• Sheet dimensions (mm)

• Sheet length (mm)

• Product ID

Note: If agreed with the production plant, sticking labels can also be provided with different data specified by the customer.

Binding of sheet metal packs – sheet metal packs are bound crosswise with a cyclopean tape of 32 x 1 mm depending on the sheet length and transport method. Standard methods of binding are shown in following tables:

 

Number of loops for truck transport

Sheet length (mm)

Number of transversal loops

Number of longitudinal loops

 

3 000

3

> 3 000

4 500

4

> 4 500

6 000

5

> 6 000

7 500

6

> 7 500

12 000

7

Number of loops for railway and sea transport Number of transversal loops

Sheet length (mm)

Number of longitudinal loops

 

2 000

2

2

> 2 001

2 300

3

2

> 2 300

3 000

3

2

> 3 000

3 500

4

2

> 3 500

4 200

5

2

> 4 200

5 000

6

2

> 5 000

5 800

7

2

> 5 800

6 600

8

2

> 6 600

7 400

9

2

> 7 400

8 100

10

2

> 8 100

8 800

11

2

> 8 800

9 500

12

2

> 9 500

12 000

13

2

Method of storage during transport – wooden pads are used under packs of hot-rolled sheet metal stored on the selected mean of transport.

1

Hot-rolled sheet metal and strips with oval stumps

Sheet metal and strips with relief are only supplied with oval stumps („tear-drop sheet metal and strips“). Hot-rolled strips with oval stumps in coils are produced and supplied according to technical delivery conditions of ArcelorMittal Ostrava, a.s. Strips and sheet metal with oval stumps in sheets are produced according to following dimensional standards:

ČSN 42 5392:1990 – “Hot-rolled sheets of 10 and 11 steel grades with oval stumps.”

DIN 59220:2000 – “Hot-rolled relief steel sheets – Dimensions, weight, tolerance.”

TP NH – 222/02 – “Wide steel strips with oval stumps in coils – hot-rolled at the P-1500 Steckel rolling mill (manufacturing standards of the ArcelorMittal Ostrava, a.s. company).

The pattern of the strip and sheet metal with oval stumps (according to the DIN 59220:2000 norm, the shape is referred to as the “pattern T” ):

≈ 1,0 to 2,0 mm ≈30 t ≈10 ≈60 ≈60
≈ 1,0 to 2,0 mm
≈30
t
≈10
≈60
≈60

Coiled hot-rolled wide strips with oval stumps

Dimensions produced

 

Strip width 3)

Thickness 1)

 

Coil dimensions

 

Type

 

(t)

Inside diameter

Outside diameter

Coil weight 2)

 

mm

 

mm

mm

 
 

980

1 100

3.0

10.0

cca 762

min. 1 350

max. 2 100

according to width and length

Coil strips

       

according to width and length

with oval

> 1 100