Arcelor Mittal USA Datasheets for Metal Shapes and Stock

Metal shapes and stock includes metals and alloys in the form of bars, rods, beams, plates, foils, and other standard shapes. Depending on the type of selection activity and application, a metal shape may be selected based on its material type or from specific mechanical properties relative to the service conditions.
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Product Name Notes
Achieves high strength levels through the generation of martensite
Applications in which simple bending or moderate forming is used
Applications where formability beyond limited bending or mild roll-forming
Base metal finish, normally furnished when finish not specified
Bottom-poured, vacuum tank degassed, ladle refined metallurgy
Carbon steel grade
Commercial and drawing steel
Commercial steel, drawing steel and structural steel
Continuously annealed cold rolled sheet suitable for porcelain enameling
Covers sheet steel in coils and cut lengths for porcelain enameling
Double reduced black plate
Ductile and formable as may be seen by the typical mechanical properties
Electrolytic chromium coated steel
Ends are sheared, precision torch cut, hot or cold sawed
Good formability during press stamping operations
Guarantees hardness ranges via combination of chemical analysis
Have a low carbon for weldability improvement
Higher level of formability in both drawing and stretching operations
Hot rolled sheet stainless steel product
Hot-dip coating of corrosion resistant, aluminum zinc alloy
Improved formability over those ordered as structural quality
Intended for applications involving simple bending or moderate forming
Material is used to fabricate pressure vessels
Minimum item quantity by specification, thickness, width and length
One or more mechanical property values must be guaranteed
Optimizes formability, properly established breakage allowances
Process: electric furnace, argon stirred, vacuum degassed, continuous cast
Product is considered dry and is provided exclusive of a rust
Regular or differential tin coating
Supplied as a plain carbon steel with higher levels of carbon and manganese
Tin plate used primarily in can making
Uses a low temperature annealing treatment
Warranted against rupture, structural failure or perforation from corrosion
Work hardens rapidly, excellent formability
Zinc or zinc-iron alloy coating weights or designations