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Something to Mill Over

Thursday, March 1, 2012 @ 06:03 AM
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Rolled Steel Products is equipped with an on-site Cold Reduction Mill capable of delivering strips of steel with tolerances of +/- .0005, the closest tolerance in the industry. With our Cold Reduction Mill, our highly skilled operators are able to closely monitor the entire milling process from raw steel to finish strip. This allows for the highest level of quality control of our cold reduced products, thus allowing for better consistancy and efficiency throughout the entire strip. We provide carbon, stainless and aluminum steel in any of the commmercially available tempers and finishes.

Cold Rolling is a process by which the sheet metal or strip stock is introduced between rollers and then compressed and squeezed. The amount of pressure introduced determines the hardness and other material properties of the finished product. Our Waterbury Farrel® 2-Hi/4-Hi Combination Mills may be converted by the removal or insertion of work rolls. This permits greater versatility of rolling capabilities on the same mill. When production requirements are relatively small, a single mill of this type can be used for breakdown, rundown and finish rolling.

The advantages of cold rolling steel is the capability to keep the tolerances very close, as well as tightening up the grain structure of the steel. The finished tolerances on hot rolled steel are looser than on cold rolled. With the advantage of our extremely close tolerances we are able to provide elite industry professionals with greater consistancy, allowing faster stamping and fabrication efficiencies.

When it comes to delivering your product to you, Rolled Steel Products has their own fleet of trucks for your convenience and quick on time delivery.





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