Hot rolled sheets, cold rolled sheets (full hard), galvanized sheets, electrogalvanized, galvanealed, CRNGO, aluzinc, galfan or prepainted non-prime steel sheets. We can offer any quality in any grade. Please check our stock list for more info.

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We offer a vast range of fully assorted and unassorted misprinted or lacquered ETP sheets. The sheets are available in different thicknesses, sizes, tempers, finishes, rectangular or scrolled.

Tinfree steel sheets

Chromium coated steel is electrolytically coated with a layer of chrome thinner than a micron. We can offer TFS (Tin Free Steel), also known by the acronym ECCS (Electrolytic Chromium Coated Steel) in secondary sheets and coils or cut to length according to your specifications. The TFS products are available in prime, overrolling or secondary quality.

Tinplate sheets

Thanks to its interesting set of properties ETP or Electrolytic Tinplate is an excellent packaging material. We offer fully assorted and unassorted ETP sheets as well as cut to length sheets and coils. The tinplate products are available in prime, overrolling or secondary quality.

Prepainted sheets

Pre-painted Galvanized steel is a Galvanized steel with a number of paint layers and treatments in a carefully controlled environment in a continuous coil coating line.
Pre-painting can also be done on electrogalvanized coils and cold rolled coils depending on the end-use and application of the steel.

Aluzinc, Galfan, ... sheets

Aluzinc coating is composed by 55% aluminum, 43% zinc and 2% silicon. The process is done by hot dip galvanizing.
GALFAN coating consists of 95% Zn 5% Al, and 1ppm of precious metals, thus providing twice the protection against corrosion than galvanized steel (HDG) of equal weight.

Galvannealed sheets

Galvannealed coils are the result of combining hot dip galvanizing and annealing in one line. After galvanizing the product is being annealed to give its typical characteristics. Galvannealed coils do not give off their coating when formed, stamped, and bent. They have a grey finish which acts as a primer allowing paint to adhere easily. Galvannealed coils are very rust proof and offer good weldability.

Electrogalvanized sheets

Electrogalvanized coating is being used to protect coils against corrosion by putting a layer of zinc on the surface of the coils. The process involves electroplating. Running electricity through a zinc solution with a zinc anode and a steel conductor. The application is mainly used in car industry where some parts only need1 side coated materials.

Hot dip galvanized sheets

Passing cold rolled coil through a melted zinc bath, in order to coat the steel with a thin layer of zinc to provide corrosion resistance, is called hot dip galvanizing.
It has many applications in construction/building, roofing, automotive parts, sections, profiled sheets, etc...

Cold rolled non-grain-oriented sheets

Iron-silicon alloys with varying silicon contents that have similar magnetic properties in all directions in plan of the sheet. Non-oriented Electrical steel is principally used for motors, generators, alternators, ballasts, small transformers and a variety of other electromagnetic applications.

Cold rolled full hard sheets

Cold rolled full hard coils are supplied directly after cold rolling without any further process. The coils are used in applications which do not require any formability beyond limited bending and rolforming.

Cold rolled sheets

Cold rolled coils have received an additional treatment after it has been hot rolled, pickled and oiled. The coils are moved into a series of rollers to lower its thicknesses and to have uniform surface smoothness. The process is done at room temperature. Cold rolled coils can then be further annealed to soften the steel. These characteristics, depending on the end-use, change with the intensity of the annealing.

Hot rolled pickled (oiled) sheets

Hot rolled coil is produced via continuous casting process of slabs. This is the base material for cold rolled coil and coated coil, but can also be used directly into industrial applications such as steel tubes, construction, shipbuilding, gas containers, pressure vessels and energy pipelines. Pickled and oiled coils are treated with passing the metal through an acid to remove surface oxides, and then rinsing and oiling the metal to reduce the formation of rust.

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