Carbon Steel Sheets
Carbon steel sheets are essential components used in various industries, including construction, transportation, and manufacturing. Om Steel offers a range of high-quality carbon steel sheets designed to meet the diverse needs of different applications.
Our carbon steel sheets are available in different types, including hot-rolled, cold-rolled, and galvanized sheets. We offer a range of sizes and grades to ensure that you get the product that is right for your needs. Our sheets are made using the latest technology and manufacturing techniques, ensuring that they meet the highest quality standards.
One of the key features of our carbon steel sheets is their strength and durability. Our sheets are highly resistant to corrosion and wear and tear, making them ideal for use in harsh environments. They are also easy to work with and can be cut, welded, and formed to meet your specific needs.
At Om Steel, we pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and support. Our team of experts is always available to answer any questions you may have and to provide you with the necessary guidance and support to ensure that you get the best possible product.
Different Types of Carbon Steel Sheets
Galvanized Carbon Steel Sheets
Galvanized carbon steel sheets are a popular type of carbon steel sheet that is coated with zinc to prevent rust and corrosion. This process, known as galvanization, involves dipping the carbon steel sheet in molten zinc at high temperatures. The result is a durable and long-lasting material that can withstand harsh environmental conditions.
One of the key benefits of galvanized carbon steel sheets is their resistance to rust and corrosion. This makes them ideal for use in outdoor applications where they will be exposed to moisture, saltwater, or other corrosive substances. They are also commonly used in construction, automotive manufacturing, and other industries where strength and durability are important.
Galvanneal Carbon Steel Sheets
This type of carbon steel sheet that is commonly used in industrial applications is galvanneal. Galvanneal carbon steel sheets are similar to galvanized sheets but have a slightly different coating process. Instead of simply dipping the sheet in molten zinc, galvanneal involves first annealing the sheet (heating it to a high temperature) and then dipping it in molten zinc-iron alloy.
The result is a coating that not only protects against rust and corrosion but also provides excellent paint adhesion. This makes galvanneal sheets ideal for use in applications where they will be painted or coated with another material.
Galvalume Carbon Steel Sheets
Galvalume – another type of carbon steel sheet that has gained popularity in recent years. Galvalume sheets are coated with an aluminum-zinc alloy instead of pure zinc or zinc-iron alloy like galvanized or galvanneal sheets.
One advantage of using galvalume sheets over other types of carbon steel sheets is their superior corrosion resistance. They are also highly reflective, which can help reduce energy costs by reflecting sunlight away from buildings or other structures.
Carbon Steel Sheets Specifications
|Sheets Specifications||ASTM A283 / ASME SA283, BS EN 10088-2, en 10028-7, IS 6911|
|Sheets Dimension Standard||MSRR, AMS, BS, JIS, AISI, ASTM, GB, DIN, EN, etc|
|Carbon Sheets Size Range||Cold rolled ASME SA283 Grade Carbon Sheet 0.5-6.4 mm Hot rolled ASME SA283 Grade Carbon Sheet 3.0–10.0 mm|
|Carbon Sheets Width||1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, etc|
|Carbon Sheets Length||2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, etc|
|Carbon Sheets Thickness||0.3 mm to 120 mm|
|International Standard of Carbon Sheets||ASTM A480|
EN ISO 9445
EN ISO 18286
|Tolerances (width / thickness) of Carbon Sheets||EN 10258/ DIN 59381)|
EN 10151 ASME SA283 Carbon Strips
EN 10088 SA -240-Strips
|Finish of Carbon Sheets||2B, 2D, BA NO (8), Cold rolled sheet (CR), Hot rolled plate (HR), SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated), No.1 finish hot rolled, 1D, 2B, No.4, BA, 8K, satin, hairline, brush, mirror etc.|
|Hardness||Half Hard, Soft, Hard, Quarter Hard, Spring Hard|
|Form||Sheet, Plate, Strip, Flats, Clad Plate, Coils, Foils, Plain Sheet, Flat Shim, Flat Sheet, Shim Sheet, Rolling Sheet, Rolling Plate, Rolls, Blank (Circle), soft annealed, descaled, tread plate, sheared, annealed, Checker Plate|
|Value Added Service||Cladding, Heat Treatment, Annealed, Pickling, Polish, Rolling, Cutting, Bending, Forging, Minor Fabrication Etc.|
|Dealers & Distributor of||SAIL, ESSAR, JINDAL, TATA, BHUSHAN, INDIAN, POSCO, JISCO, TISCO, LISCO, BAOSTEEL IMPORTED material|
|Carbon Profiling||Plasma Plate Cutting|
Laser Plate Cutting
Oxy-propane Flame Cutting
Carbon Steel Sheets Finishes
|2B||Those finished, after cold rolling, by heat treatment, pickling or other equivalent treatment and lastly by cold rolling to given appropriate luster.||Medical equipment, Food industry, Construction material, Kitchen utensils.|
|BA||Those processed with bright heat treatment after cold rolling.||Kitchen utensils, Electric equipment, Building construction.|
|NO.3||Those finished by polishing with No.100 to No.120 abrasives specified in JIS RC221.||Kitchen utensils, Building construction.|
|NO.4||Those finished by polishing with No.150 to No.180 abrasives specified in JIS R6001.||Kitchen utensils, Building construction, Medical equipment.|
|HL||Those finished polishing so as to give continuous polishing streaks by using abrasive of suitable grain size.||Building Construction.|
|NO.1||The surface finished by heat treatment and pickling or processes corresponding there to after hot rolling.||Chemical tank, pipe|
Carbon Steel Sheets Chemical Composition
|A516 Grade 70 >2” & ≤4” thick||0.30%||0.85-1.20%||0.025%||0.025%||0.15-0.40%|
|A516 Grade 70 >4” thick||0.31%||0.85-1.20%||0.025%||0.025%||0.15-0.40%|
Carbon Steel Sheets Mechanical Properties
|A516||36 ksi||58-80 ksi|
Carbon Steel Sheets Physical Properties
|Density||7.85 g/cm3||0.284 lb/in3|