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High Strength Low Alloy Steel (HSLA) (hot rolled)

Hot rolled steel is the primary product in the steelmaking process, it is produced at very high temperatures (1,100 ° C approx.) by a thermo-mechanical process where the thickness of the material is reduced by passing it through rolling stands, starting from either integrated or slab mill the mini-mill process. This material is mainly used in the construction industry and heavy machinery.

Through micro-alloying elements such as Nb, V, Mo and Ti, the steel achieves a fine grain internal structure that provides high strength but low carbon content which greatly improves the formability and weldability of the steel.

We have a wide variety of grades from low carbon steel from deep drawing to high-strength low alloy (HSLA), which meet the requirements of international standards such as ASTM, SAE, EN, etc.. as well as automotive norms: GMW, FORD, CHRYSLER.

Structures, bridges, buildings, wheels, automotive parts.

Available services for this product:

  • Pickling and Oiling
  • Cut-to-Length
  • Slitting
  • Special Profiles and Shearing
  • Configured Blanking