Hot Rolled Coil

Hot rolled coil refers to a thin steel sheet that has been heated and then passed through a series of rollers to reduce its thickness. This process is called hot rolling and it results in a smoother and more uniform surface finish. The resulting sheet is then wound into a coil. Hot rolled sheet coil is often used in industrial sectors, such as in construction, furniture, automotive and manufacturing. In the construction industry, it is used to manufacture structural components, like beams, columns, and girders. The sheet coil made by hot rolling process is typically less expensive than cold rolled sheet coil, which undergoes a different manufacturing process.


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