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General Product Range.

TK Steel


Contents.

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07 Hot strip Slit strip | Hot-rolled strip | Hot-rolled strip with tear pattern

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11 Heavy plate Structural steels | Pressure vessel steels | Wear-resistant steels | Saw steels

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17 Electrical steel Grain oriented electrical steel | Non grain oriented electrical steel

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23 Sheet/Coated products Deep drawing steels | Low-carbon steels for vitreous enameling | Structural steels | Conventional high-strength steels | Advanced high-strength steels | Coatings | Surface finishes | Surface treatments | Hot-dip galvanized corrugated sheet | Hot-dip galvanized roofing sheet | Agozal coatings

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31 Organic coated strip and sheet PLADUR 速 | BONDAL速 | Thin-film coating (DF) | ReflectionsOne速

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37 Tailored Products Laser beam welded Tailored Blanks | ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes | ThyssenKrupp Tailored Strips | Spot welding and remote laser welding | DAVEX速 beams and special profiles

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43 Tinplate/Blackplate Tinplate | Blackplate | ECCS

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49 Steel service Hot and cold-rolled steels | High-strength steels | Metallic and organic coated steels | Tinplate coil and sheet | Stainless steel

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53 Medium wide strip

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57 Construction elements Sandwich elements | Panels | Doors

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63 Other products and services Byproducts | Consulting, know-how | Licenses

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The steel operations of the ThyssenKrupp Group were reorganized effective October 1, 2005: Two independent segments – Steel and Stainless – were created to handle the core businesses of carbon steel flat products and stainless steel/nickel alloys. The new steel segment is led by ThyssenKrupp Steel AG (formerly ThyssenKrupp Stahl AG) based in Duisburg. The largest operating company in the segment, ThyssenKrupp Steel is one of the world’s leading producers of premium carbon steel. Its customer- and process-oriented divisions, together with the subsidiaries assigned to them, are organized into four business units – Steelmaking, Industry, Auto and Processing.


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The new ThyssenKrupp Steel AG 4 Steelmaking

Industry

Auto

Processing

Metallurgy Division

Industry Division

Auto Division

Tinplate

CSA Brazil

Steel Service Europe

Tailored Blanks

Medium-wide strip

Transport

Construction elements

Steel Service North America

Grain oriented electrical steel

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This brochure provides information on our extensive range of carbon steel flat products – from hot strip, heavy plate and electrical steel to cold-rolled and coated sheet products. In addition it details the

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supply capabilities of our subsidiaries, who are supplied with starting material by ThyssenKrupp Steel and process it to meet customer

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Contact.

ThyssenKrupp Steel AG Executive Affairs/Marketing Kaiser-Wilhelm-Strasse 100, 47166 Duisburg, Germany Postal address: 47161 Duisburg, Germany


Hot strip

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Hot strip

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Hot strip.

Steel is a product made from various raw materials. The most important of all is human ingenuity. In the laboratories and development centers of ThyssenKrupp Steel AG, our employees work hard to continually improve our steel products and meet specific customer requirements.

The casting/rolling line in Duisburg also allows the production of hot strip materials for advanced applications – for example in car manufacture. Thanks to the direct link between casting and rolling, hot strip can be produced in extremely thin sizes – a key prerequisite for the formability of high-strength steels.

Hot strip is produced at our plants in DuisburgBeeckerwerth, Duisburg-Bruckhausen and Bochum. We produce almost 15 million metric tons of hot strip a year to the highest quality levels on three fully automatic hot-rolled strip mills and one casting/rolling line. Our products meet the highest requirements in terms of shape accuracy and surface quality.

Our enduring goal is outstanding technological competency, and it’s one that also benefits our subsidiaries. Hot strip and slit strip from ThyssenKrupp Steel AG are the starting materials among other things for transformer components made of electrical steel, vehicle components made of hydroforming steel, stampings made of blackplate, cans made of tinplate and coil-coated steel sheet products. Promoting innovation is another of ThyssenKrupp Steel’s aims. We develop advanced steel grades for new applications, we refine primary and secondary steelmaking technologies, we carry out intensive research and we invest consistently in production technology. In brief, we think the future of steel – allowing you to turn opportunities into success.


Steel grade designation

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Thickness [mm]

Width [mm]

Auto Division

from

to

from

1.50

16.00

50

2,030

S235

1.50

25.00

50

2,030

S275

1.50

25.00

50

2,030

S355

1.50

25.00

50

2,030

Standard

Sales ThyssenKrupp Steel

Industry Division

Hot strip

Product overview. Hot strip.

to

Proprietary brands DIN EN 10 111 DD11–DD14 DIN EN 10 025

Hot strip*

with tear pattern to DIN 59 220 S235

3.00

12.00

800

2,030

S275

4.00

12.00

800

2,030

S355

5.00

10.00

800

1,850

C10

1.50

16.00

50

1,630

C15

1.50

16.00

50

1,630

C22 .. C35

2.00

8.00

50

1,630

C40 .. C60

2.00

5.50

50

1,630

C67 .. C75

2.00

3.80

60

1,570

C85 .. C100

2.00

2.80

80

1,300

DIN EN 10 083, DIN EN 10 084, DIN EN 10 132

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DIN EN 10 149-2 S315MC/S355MC

PAS 315/355

1.50

12.00

50

1,850

S420MC .. S500MC

PAS 420 .. 500

2.00

12.00

50

1,750

S550MC

PAS 550

2.00

7.50

60

1,630

S600MC

PAS 600

2.00

80

1,630

S650MC/S700MC

PAS 650/700

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5.00

Special steels*

Multiphase steels*

Pipe steel*

API 5L Grade A

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

Grade B

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

X42 .. X60

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

X65 .. X70

3.00

20.00

1,100

1,600

L245

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

L290

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

L360

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

L415

3.00

25.40

1,100

1,600

L450

3.00

20.00

1,100

1,600

L485

3.00

20.00

1,100

1,600

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DIN EN 10 208

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DIN prEN 10 338 HDT450F/HDT560F

FB-W® 450 and FB-W® 600

1.80

4.00

70

1,500

HDT580X

DP-W® 600

1.60

6.00

70

1,630

HDT780C/HDT950C

CP-W® 800 and CP-W® 1000

1.50

4.50

70

1,400

HDT1200C

MS-W® 1200

1.50

3.50

70

1,630

2.00

5.00

600

1,300

1.75

5.00

70

1,630

Silicon-alloyed steels up to 3% Si Silicon-alloyed steels up to 3% Si

22MnB5

MB-W® 1500

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DIN EN 10 028 P235GH .. P355GH

2.00

6.00

1,000

1,450

16Mo3

2.00

6.00

1,000

1,450

P275NH

2.00

6.00

1,000

1,450

P355N/NH/NL1

2.00

6.00

1,000

1,450

* Not all thickness/width combinations possible. Combinations in borderline areas on inquiry.

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Heavy plate

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Heavy plate 3 Structural steels Pressure vessel steels Wear-resistant steels

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Heavy plate.

Thinking the future of steel means keeping a constant eye on customer requirements. This attitude enables us to make products which are among the most efficient of our age, both technically and economically. This is certainly true of ThyssenKrupp Steel heavy plate. ThyssenKrupp Steel heavy plate is the basis for high-strength, low-weight steel structures providing maximum robustness and load-bearing capacity. Our special structural steels are manufactured in state-of-the-art production facilities which have been continuously modernized and expanded in recent years. We produce roughly a million metric tons of heavy plate per year on our four-high rolling mill and hot strip cut-to-length lines. Continuous inspections and process controls guarantee consistently high steel quality. We use advanced rolling and heat treatment methods such as normalizing and thermomechanical rolling, accelerated cooling, water/ air quenching and direct hardening to give our products exactly the properties customers expect.

We are currently expanding our facilities in order to enhance our hardening capacities. In January 2007 a new roller quench unit will go into operation which will eliminate bottlenecks in the production of water quenched plate and also offer further product advantages in terms of surface quality. ThyssenKrupp Steel heavy plate is used wherever extreme strength is required – for example in the manufacture of dump trucks, crawlers and excavators. Our XAR® special structural steels give manufacturers of hardwearing construction equipment a material which is tough, durable and reliable. Manufacturers of mobile cranes also use our materials. Our quenched and tempered N-A-XTRA® and XABO® steels offer low weight, high strength and close thickness tolerances. We believe in steel. That’s why we are investing in our heavy plate production facilities in Duisburg and Bochum, to give you the materials you need to produce innovations.


Steel grade designation

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Four-high mill plates*

Cut-to-length plates*

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

S235–S355

4–125

3,600

3–15

2,000

S185, E295, E355

4–125

3,600

3–15

2,000

4–125 (100)

3,600

3–15

2,000

3,600

3–15

2,000

Standard

ThyssenKrupp Steel

DIN EN

Proprietary brands

Heavy plate

Product overview. Heavy plate.

General structural steels

Non-alloy structural steels, DIN EN 10 025-2

Normalized fine grain structural steels, DIN EN 10 025-3 S275–460 N(NL)

Thermomechanically rolled structural steels, DIN EN 10 025-4 S355–460 M/ML

XABO 355, 460, 500/T

12–60

Structural steels with improved atmospheric corrosion resistance, DIN EN 10 025-5 S355J2WP +N

COR-TEN A

4–12.5

3,600

3–12.5

2,000

S355J2W +N

COR-TEN B

4–50

3,600

3–12

2,000

High-strength quenched and tempered structural steels, DIN EN 10 025-6 S550–S690 QL/QL1

N-A-XTRA (M) 550–800

4–50 (100)

3,300

3–10

2,000

S890–960 QL/QL1

XABO 890/960

4–100

3,300

3–10

2,000

XABO 1100

4–40

3,300

2–8

2,000

3–12

2,000

3–10/9

2,000

3–15

2,000

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Low-carbon steels for cold forming, DIN EN 10 111 DD11–DD14

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Cold forming steels

High-strength steels for cold forming, DIN EN 10 149 High-strength steels, thermomechanically rolled, DIN EN 10 149-2 S315–420MC

PAS 315–PAS 420

S460–550MC/S600–700MC

PAS 460–550/600–700

on inquiry

on inquiry

High-strength steels, normalized, DIN EN 10 149-3 S260NC–S355NC

TQ 260–TQ 380

10–20

3,000

3–8

2,000

8–20

3,000

3–10

2,000

8–20

3,000

3–10

2,000

10–20

3,000

3–10

2,000

3–12.7

2,000

3–12.7

2,000

3–15

2,000

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Steels for laser cutting, DIN EN 10 111, DIN EN 10 025-2, DIN EN 10 149-2/-3 DD11–DD14 LC S235–S355 LC S260NC–S355NC LC

TQ 260–TQ 380 LC

S315MC–S420MC LC

PAS 315–PAS 420 LC

Pipe steels, DIN EN 10 208 (API 5L)

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L245

(Grade B)

6–30

L290–L485

(X42–X70)

on inquiry

on inquiry

Further structural steels

Shipbuilding steels all grades of normal and high-strength steels

depending on approval

to ABS, BV, GL, LRS, NV, RINA etc.

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Steels for vitreous enameling EH 21/EH 26

6–100

3,600

VZH

4–70

3,600

MSH

on inquiry

on inquiry

FR 30

5–50

3,600

Steel for galvanizing pots

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Soft-magnetic special structural steel

Fire-resistant structural steel

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Product overview. Heavy plate.

Steel grade designation Standard

ThyssenKrupp Steel

DIN EN

Proprietary brands

Four-high mill plates*

Cut-to-length plates*

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

Non-alloy and alloy, elevated temperature resistant, DIN EN 10 028-2 P235GH–P355GH

4–125

3,600

3–15

2,000

16Mo3

4–100

3,600

3–10

2,000

13CrMo4-5

4–100

3,600

3–15

2,000

3,300

3–12

2,000

3,300

3–10

2,000

3–5

2,000

3–15

2,000

3–12

2,000

3–12

2,000

3–10

1,770

3–10

1,770

10(12)CrMo9-10

4–100

3,600

WB34

on inquiry

on inquiry

WB36

on inquiry

on inquiry

4–125 (100)

3,600

Pressure vessel steels

Normalized steels, DIN EN 10 028-3 P275–460 N (NL1/NL2)

Steels with specified low-temperature properties, DIN EN 10 028-4 13MnNi6-3

12–60

3,600

12Ni14

5–50

3,600

X12Ni5

5–50

3,300

X7Ni9, X8Ni9

5–50

3,300

Thermomechanically rolled pressure vessel steels, DIN EN 10 028-5 P355–460 M (ML1/ML2)

XABO 355/460/500/T

12–60

Quenched and tempered pressure vessel steels, DIN EN 10 028-6 P690Q/QH/QL1/QL2

N-A-XTRA 700 (M)

4–100

Steels for welded gas cylinders, DIN EN 10 120 P245NB–P355NB Steels for simple pressure vessels, DIN EN 10 207 P235S–P265S

4–100

3,600

4–50

3,600

XAR 400/450/500

4–100

3,300

XAR 550

4–100

3,300

XAR 600

5–40

3,300

Mill special steel, normalized XAR 300

Wear-resistant steels

Mill special steels, hardened/quenched and tempered

Steels for hardening and tempering/boron steels, DIN EN 10 083-3 27MnCrB5-2

TBL

4–100

3,600

30MnB5 35MnB5 Case hardening steels, DIN EN 10 084 16MnCr5

5–100

3,600

80–125

3,600

SECURE 200

8–15

3,300

3–8

1,700

SECURE 400–500

4–125

3,300

3–8

1,700

SECURE 600

4–40

2,500

Steel for concrete brick molds 51Mn7 mod. Ballistic steels

Heavy plate

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Ballistic steels for civil applications

* Not all thickness/width combinations possible. For details see heavy plate product range.


Quenched & tempered special steels

Steel grade designation Standard

ThyssenKrupp Steel

DIN EN

Proprietary brands

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Four-high mill plates*

Cut-to-length plates*

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

Thickness [mm] from/to

Width [mm] maximum

High-strength quenched and tempered structural steels, DIN EN 10 025-6 S550–S690 QL/QL1

N-A-XTRA (M) 550–800

4–50 (100)

3,300

3–10

2,000

S890–960 QL/QL1

XABO 890/960

4–100

3,300

3–10

2,000

XABO 1100

4–40

3,300

XAR 400/450/500

4–100

3,300

3–12

2,000

XAR 550

4–100

3,300

XAR 600

5–40

3,300

SECURE 400–500

4–125

3,300

3–8

1,700

SECURE 600

4–40

2,500

46Mn7

4–20

3,600

51Mn7 mod.

4–20

3,600

C60E

4–20

3,600

51CrV4

4–20

3,600

3–11

1,600

74NiCr2

4–20

3,600

3–11

1,600

75Cr1

4–20

3,600

3–11

1,600

80CrV2

4–20

3,600

3–11

1,600

on inquiry

on inquiry

on inquiry

on inquiry

S235–S275

4–12

2,000

Shipbuilding grades A, B

4–12

2,000

Mill special steels, hardened/quenched and tempered

Ballistic steels for civil applications

Sale by ThyssenKrupp Sägenstahlcenter GmbH, Remscheid Saw steels

Heavy plate

Product overview. Heavy plate.

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Other steel grades to foreign standards and delivery conditions

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Floor plates

* Not all thickness/width combinations possible. For details see heavy plate product range.

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Electrical steel 3 Grain oriented electrical steel Non grain oriented electrical steel

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Electrical steel.

Steel is a material with a future, a material that suits well in an age where resources have to be managed carefully. ThyssenKrupp electrical steel is used for the production of energyefficient generators, transformers and ballasts, making a valuable contribution to conserving raw materials. We are also currently developing electrical steel grades for use in hybrid cars. Yet again, steel is opening up new opportunities. One center of electrical steel production at ThyssenKrupp is the cold rolling mill in Bochum. Here, hot strip from Duisburg-Bruckhausen is processed into non grain oriented (NGO) electrical steel. After pickling, cold rolling and annealing, the material can also be given a special insulating coating. We supply semiand fully finished grades offering excellent processability, outstanding magnetic properties and superb energy efficiency.

Grain oriented (GO) electrical steel is produced by ThyssenKrupp Electrical Steel at plants in Gelsenkirchen and Isbergues, France. This product, used in transformers, features a special microstructure developed in a complex manufacturing process. Look forward and never stand still is the motto for electrical steel at ThyssenKrupp. We invest in research to develop new grades for demanding applications. We invest in production technology in order to offer our partners highperformance products at competitive prices. And we support our customers with service and advice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for example in the development of production strategies. In short, we shape the future with steel.


Designation

Core loss at 1.5 T/ 50 Hz

min. J 800 T 1.7 T/ 50 Hz

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Electrical steel

Product overview. Electrical steel, grain oriented.

Stacking factor PowerCore 速 grades by nominal thickness

1.7 T/ 60 Hz

0.23 mm

0.27 mm

0.30 mm

0.35 mm

Standard

Standard

Standard

DIN EN 10 107

DIN EN 10 107

DIN EN 10 107

M 110-23 S

0.73

1.10

1.45

1.78

0.945

C 110-23

M 120-23 S

0.77

1.20

1.58

1.78

0.945

C 110-23

M 127-23 S

0.80

1.27

1.67

1.75

0.945

C 127-23

M 120-27 S

0.80

1.20

1.58

1.78

0.950

C 120-27

M 130-27 S

0.85

1.30

1.71

1.78

0.950

C 130-27

M 140-27 S

0.89

1.40

1.84

1.75

0.950

C 140-30

M 130-30 S

0.85

1.30

1.71

1.78

0.955

C 130-30

M 140-30 S

0.92

1.40

1.84

1.78

0.955

C140-30

M 150-30 S

0.97

1.50

1.97

1.75

0.955

C 150-30

M 140-35 S

1.00

1.40

1.84

1.78

0.960

C 140-35

M 150-35 S

1.05

1.50

1.97

1.78

0.960

C 150-35

M 165-35 S

1.11

1.65

2.17

1.75

0.960

C 165-35

M 85-23 P

0.85

1.12

1.88

0.945

H 085-23

M 90-23 P

0.90

1.18

1.88

0.945

H 090-23

M 95-23 P

0.95

1.25

1.88

0.945

H 095-23

M 100-25 P

1.00

1.32

1.85

0.945

H 100-23

M 90-27 P

0.90

1.18

1.88

0.950

H 090-27

M 95-27 P

0.95

1.25

1.88

0.950

H 095-27

M 103-27 P

1.03

1.36

1.88

0.950

H 103-27

M 100-30 P

1.00

1.32

1.88

0.955

on inquiry

M 105-30 P

1.05

1.38

1.88

0.955

H 105-30

M 111-30 P

1.11

1.46

1.88

0.955

H 111-30

M 125-35 P

1.25

1.65

1.88

0.960

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Product overview. Electrical steel, non grain oriented.

Designation

Core loss at

Grades by nominal thickness

1.5 T/ 50 Hz

0.35 mm

0.50 mm

0.65 mm

1.00 mm

Standard DIN EN 10 106 2.35

M 235-35 A

2.50

M 250-35 A

M 250-50 A

2.70

M 270-35 A

M 270-50 A

2.90 3.00

M 290-50 A M 300-35 A

3.10

M 310-50 A

M 310-65 A

M 330-50 A

M 330-65 A

3.50

M 350-50 A

M 350-65 A

4.00

M 400-50 A

M 400-65 A

4.70

M 470-50 A

M 470-65 A

5.30

M 530-50 A

M 530-65 A

6.00

M 600-50 A

M 600-65 A

M 600-100 A

7.00

M 700-50 A

M 700-65 A

M 700-100 A

8.00

M 800-50 A

M 800-65 A

M 800-100 A

9.40

M 940-50 A M 1000-65 A

M 1000-100 A

3.30 PowerCore速 standard grades, non grain oriented, fully finished

M 330-35 A

10.00

940-100 A

13.00

M 1300-100 A

3.30

330-50 AP

3.50

350-65 AP

4.00 PowerCore速 high-permeability grades, non grain oriented, fully finished

4.40

400-50 AP 440-35 AP

4.70 5.30

470-65 AP 530-50 AP

6.00 7.00

600-65 AP 700-50 AP

8.00

800-65 AP

10.00

1000-100 AP

DIN EN 10 126, DIN EN 10 165 3.40

M 340-50 E

3.90

M 390-50 E

M 390-65 E

4.50

M 450-50 E

M 450-65 E

5.20 PowerCore速 standard grades, non grain oriented, semi-finished

5.60

M 520-65 E M 560-50 E

6.30 6.60

M 630-65 E M 660-50 D

8.00 8.90

M 800-65 D M 890-50 D

10.00 10.50

M 1000-65 D M 1050-50 D

18.00

PowerCore速 high-permeability grades, non grain oriented, semi-finished

1800-100 D

2.70

270-50 PP

3.30

330-50 PP

6.60

660-50 PP

8.00

800-65 PP


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Electrical steel

Product overview. Electrical steel, insulation coatings, dimensions.

PowerCore ® grades with specified physical properties* PowerCore® grade

Nominal thickness [mm]

to IEC 404-8-5

Pole sheets

250-100 TF 183

1.00

300-100 TF 182

1.00

350-100 TF 181

1.00

400-100 TF 180

1.00

to DIN IEC 740-2 Transformer sheets

A2

0.35

Electrical steel for medium frequencies

NO 20

0.20

* By agreement only.

Insulation designation

STABOLIT 10*

STABOLIT 20

STABOLIT 30

STABOLIT 40

STABOLIT 60

STABOLIT 70

Combined insulation

IEC 60404-1-1

EC-3

EC-5-P

EC-5-P

EC-6

EC-5

Insulation type

organic

inorganic with organic components

inorganic

organic pigmented

inorganic organic pigmented

organic bonding lacquer (active)

org. bonding lacquer, 1 side cured (passive)

Color **

yellow-green

green

light gray

gray

gray

colorless

colorless

Coating

two sides

two sides

two sides

one or two sides

one or two sides

one or two sides

two sides

Coating thickness per side in μm

1.5

0.5–1.5

0.5–1.5

two sides: 3–5, 4–7, 6–9 one side: 7–10

0.4–1.0 1.0–2.0 2.0–3.5

5.0–8.0

active 5–8 passive max.1.5

Insulation resistance at room temperature to ASTM 717-81 [Ω cm2 /lamination]

> 20

>5

>5

> 90

> 5 > 15 > 50

4

* By agreement only. ** Color variations are possible but do not affect the properties listed.

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Dimensions Electrical steel, grain oriented

Standard width

Usage width

[mm]

[mm]

Inside diameter

508

508

Widths

950–1,000

≥4

0.23

0.23

0.27

0.27

0.30

0.30

0.35

0.35

Electrical steel, non grain oriented

Slit widths

Standard widths

Inside diameter

508

508–610

Widths

20–500

500–1,250

0.35

0.35

0.50

0.50

0.65

0.65

1.00

1.00

Nominal thicknesses

Nominal thicknesses

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Sheet/Coated products Deep drawing steels Low-carbon steels for vitreous enameling Structural steels

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Conventional high-strength steels Advanced high-strength steels Coatings Surface finishes

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Surface treatments Hot-dip galvanized corrugated sheet Hot-dip galvanized roofing sheet

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Sheet/Coated products.

When it comes to developing materials, products and technologies ThyssenKrupp Steel sets the pace. Continuous product innovations and quality improvements allow us to differentiate ourselves from the competition. One particular focus is on steels for automobile weight reduction. ThyssenKrupp Steel has set international standards in this area with the development of advanced high-strength steels. In contrast to conventional high-strength steels, they offer good formability and extremely high strength levels which make it possible to significantly reduce automotive sheet thickness and, consequently, vehicle weight.

With over 20 coating lines, ThyssenKrupp Steel AG covers the full range of metallic and organic coatings. As well as standard hot-dip coated products, some of our lines are designed to apply protective coatings made of zinc and iron (Galvannealed). Hot-dip aluminized sheet offers outstanding strength at elevated temperatures. Our GALFAN® and GALVALUME® coatings combine various zinc-aluminum alloys and are used particularly in the construction and appliance industries. We also operate a narrow strip zinc coating line for special applications. Coils with pure zinc or zinc-nickel alloy coatings can be produced on our seven electrolytic coating lines.

More than 80 % of ThyssenKrupp’s cold-rolled steel output is coated. The requirements are getting ever higher. The trend is towards thinner coatings with improved anticorrosion properties.

ThyssenKrupp Steel’s effective quality management system ensures outstanding production and product quality in accordance with the strictest international standards.


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Sheet/Coated products

Product overview. Sheet/Coated products.

Deep drawing steels Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel/standard

Availability/type of coating U

ZE

ZN

DC01

S

S

S

DC03

S

S

S

DC04

S

S

S

DC05

S

S

S

DC06

S

S

S

DC07

S

S

A

Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS

Sheet

DIN EN 10 130, DIN EN 10 152, DIN EN 10 271 S = standard production A = on inquiry U = uncoated ZE = electrolytically galvanized

DIN EN 10 327

ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ®

DX51D

S

S

S

S

S

DX52D

S

S

S

S

S

ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

DX53D

S

S

S

S

S

DX54D

S

S

S

S

S

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ®

DX55D

Z = hot-dip galvanized

S

AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ® AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

DX56D

S

S

A

S

DX57D

S

A

A

A

Low-carbon steels for vitreous enameling Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel/standard

Availability/type of coating U

ZE

ZN

Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS

Sheet

DIN EN 10 209

S = standard production U = uncoated

DC01EK

S

DC04EK

S

DC06EK

S

DC03ED

S

DC04ED

S

5

ZE = electrolytically galvanized ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ® Z = hot-dip galvanized

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ZF = hot-dip galvannealed ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ® AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ® AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

Structural steels Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel/standard

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8 Availability/type of coating U

ZE

ZN

Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS S = standard production

Sheet

DIN 1623

U = uncoated

S235J2

S

S275J2

S

S

S355J2

S

S

ZE = electrolytically galvanized ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ®

DIN EN 10 326

Z = hot-dip galvanized

S220GD

S

S

S

S

S*

ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

S250GD

S

S

S

S

S

S280GD

S

S

S

S

S

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ®

S320GD

S

S

S

S

S

AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ®

S350GD

S

S

S

S

S

AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

S550GD * Special mill grade.

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Conventional high-strength steels Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel

Availability/type of coating Standard

U

ZE

ZN

Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS

High-strength IF steels HX 160

S

S

A

S

S

A

S

A

HX 180

H180Y

S

S

S

S

S

A

S

A

HX 220

H220Y

S

S

S

S

S

A

S

A

HX 260

H260Y

S

S

S

S

S

A

S

A

BHZ 180

H180B

S

S

S

S

S

BHZ 220

H220B

S

S

S

S

S

BHZ 260

H260B

S

S

S

S

S

BHZ 300

H300B

S

S

S

S

S

Sheet

Bake hardening steels

High-strength stretch forming steels

S = standard production

HSZ 220

H220I

S

S

S

S

HSZ 260

H260I

S

S

S

A

A = on inquiry U = uncoated

Work hardening steels WHZ 260

S

S

A

S

S

WHZ 300

S

S

A

S

S

WHZ 380

S

S

A

A

A

ZE = electrolytically galvanized ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ® Z = hot-dip galvanized

Microalloyed steels

ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

MHZ 260

H260LA

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

A

MHZ 300

H300LA

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

A

MHZ 340

H340LA

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

A

AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ®

MHZ 380

H380LA

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

A

AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

MHZ 420

H420LA

S

S

S

A

A

A

S

A

ZA

AZ

AS

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ®

Advanced high-strength steels Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel

Availability/type of coating Standard

U

ZE

ZN

Z

ZF

DP-K® 30/50

HCT500X

S

S

A

S

A

DP-K® 34/60

HCT600X

S

S

A

S

A

HCT780X

E

E

E

E

E

HCT980X

E

E

E

E

E

HDT580X

S

S

HCT680T

S

S

A

S

E

HCT780T

E

E

E

E

E

Dual-phase steels

DP-W® 600

Retained austenite steels (TRIP) RA-K® 40/70 ®

RA-K 42/80 Sheet

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Complex-phase steels

S = standard production A = on inquiry U = uncoated

CP-K 60/80

HCT780C

S

S

A

E

E

ZE = electrolytically galvanized

CP-K® 72/100

HCT980C

E

E

E

E

E

CP-W® 800

HDT780C

S

S

CP-W® 1000

ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ®

HDT950C

S

S

®

S

Z = hot-dip galvanized ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

Ferrite-bainite steels FB-W® 450 ®

FB-W 600

HDT450F

S

A

A

HDT560F

S

A

A

HDT1200C

S

S

Martensite phase steel MS-W® 1200

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ® AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ® AS = hot-dip aluminized fal


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Product overview. Sheet/Coated products.

Steels for press hardening Steel grade designation ThyssenKrupp Steel

Availability/type of coating Standard

U

AS S = standard production

Sheet

Manganese-boron steels for press hardening

A = on inquiry

MB-W 1500

S

A

MB-K 1500

S

S

U = uncoated AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

Coatings Available coatings

Nominal coating on each side

Minimum coating per side

Position/type

Thickness [μm] Mass [g/m2]

Thickness [μm] Mass [g/m2]

Designation

Electrolytic zinc ZE 25/25

2.5/2.5

18/18

1.7/1.7

12 /12

50/50

5.0/5.0

36/36

4.1/4.1

29/29

75/75

7.5/7.5

54/54

6.6/6.6

47/47

25/0

2.5/0

18/0

1.7/0

12/0

50/0

5.0/0

36/0

4.1/0

29/0

75/0

7.5/0

54/0

6.6/0

47/0

100/0

10.0/0

72/0

9.1/0

65/0

both sides same

Coating type

one side

two sides different

50/25

5.0/2.5

36/18

4.1/1.7

29/12

75/25

7.5/2.5

54/18

6.6/1.7

47/12

75/50

7.5/5.0

54/36

6.6/4.1

47/29

> 2 to ≤ 3

> 15 to ≤ 21

2.0

15

> 3 to ≤ 4

> 21 to ≤ 30

3.0

22

> 4 to ≤ 5

> 30 to ≤ 38

4.0

29

> 5 to ≤ 6

> 38 to ≤ 44

5.0

37

> 6 to ≤ 7

> 44 to ≤ 50

6.0

44

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Electrolytic zinc-nickel ZN/NEURALYT®

one or two sides

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Coatings Coating type Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS

Hot-dip coated

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65 Nominal coating weight*

90 100

100

95

120

9

70 140

130

200

185

60 100 80 100

275 350 (450)

255

150

120

185

150 200

Z = hot-dip galvanized ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

10

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ® AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ® AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

(600) * g/m 2 both sides (triple spot test)

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Product overview. Sheet/Coated products.

Surface treatments Type of surface treatment

Availability/type of coating U

ZE

ZN

Z

ZF

ZA

AZ

AS

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S = standard production

U

no surface treatment

O

oiled

C

chemically passivated

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

CO chemically passivated and oiled

S

S

P

S

S

PO phosphated and oiled

S

S

PC phosphated and chemically passivated

S

PCO phosphated, chemically passivated and oiled

S

S

phosphated

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

U = uncoated ZE = electrolytically galvanized ZN = electrolytically zinc-nickel coated NEURALYT ® Z = hot-dip galvanized ZF = hot-dip galvannealed

sealed

S

S

S

ZA = zinc-aluminum coated GALFAN ® AZ = hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME ® AS = hot-dip aluminized fal

Surface finish and type Sheet

Availability

Grades

Surface finish

Surface type

Cold-rolled flat products b = particularly smooth g = smooth m = matte

A = normal surface B = best surface

r = rough Electrolytically coated cold-rolled flat products

A = normal surface B = best surface Hot-dip coated strip and sheet Zinc Z Galvannealed ZF

N = standard spangle

A, B, C

M = small spangle

A, B, C

R = zinc-iron alloyed

A, B, C

GALFAN ® ZA

A, B, C

GALVALUME ® AZ

A, B

Hot-dip aluminized AS

A, B, C

A = standard surface B = improved surface C = best surface

Hot-dip galvanized corrugated sheet

Delivery forms Profiles 18/76, 27/100

Dimensions Thickness: 0.60–2.00 mm (according to delivery form)

Tolerances to DIN 59 231

Length: max. 4,000 mm

Hot-dip galvanized roofing sheet

Dimensions Thickness: 0.60–1.00 mm Length: 1,000–3,000 mm

Tolerances Dimensional and shape tolerances to DIN 59 231

Hot-dip galvanized narrow strip

Dimensions Thickness: 1.00–5.00 mm Width: 15.00–125.00 mm

Grades and tolerances to DIN EN 10 111, DIN EN 10 025; Shape tolerances to DIN EN 10 051

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Agozal coating

Dimensions Thickness: 0.80–6.00 mm Width: 200–800 mm

Grades and tolerances Dimensional and shape tolerances to DIN EN 10 292, DIN EN 10 326, DIN EN 10 327 and DIN EN 10 336

Zinc coatings Normal zinc coat: Z100– Z800 Agozal DoubleDip®: Z plus ZA350–ZA1000

Delivery forms and dimensions Delivery form

Dimensions*

Type/standard

Thickness [mm]

Width** [mm]

Strip

0.50–3.00

800–2,000

Sheet

0.50–3.00

800–1,800

Slit strip

0.50–3.00

20–800

Length [mm]

Cold-rolled, DIN prEN 10 131 500–7,500

Electrolytically coated, zinc ZE, DIN prEN 10 131 Strip

0.50–3.00

800–1,950

Sheet

0.50–3.00

800–1,800

Slit strip

0.50–3.00

20–800

500–7,500

Electrolytically coated, zinc-nickel ZN, NEURALYT®, DIN prEN 10 131 Strip

0.50–2.50

800–1,590

Sheet

0.50–2.50

800–1,590

Slit strip

0.50–2.50

20–800

750–4,000

Hot-dip coated, zinc Z, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.50–3.00

800–2,000

Sheet

0.50–3.00

800–1,800

Slit strip

0.50–3.00

20–800

5 750–4,000

Sheet

Hot-dip coated, Galvannealed ZF, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.50–2.50

800–2,000

Sheet

0.50–2.50

800–1,800

0.50–2.50

20–800

Slit strip

6 750–4,000

®

Hot-dip coated, GALFAN ZA, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.50–3.00

750–1,525

Sheet

0.50–3.00

750–1,525

Slit strip

0.50–3.00

20–800

750–4,000

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Hot-dip coated, Agozal DoubleDip® ZA, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.80–6.00

200–695

Sheet

0.80–6.00

200–695

Slit strip

0.80–6.00

25–194

750–6,000

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750–4,000

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750–4,000

10

Hot-dip coated, GALVALUME® AZ, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.50–2.00

750–1,525

Sheet

0.50–2.00

750–1,525

Slit strip

0.50–2.00

20–800

Hot-dip aluminized fal AS, DIN EN 10 143 Strip

0.50–3.00

600–1,250*

Sheet

0.50–3.00

600–1,250*

Slit strip

0.50–3.00

20–800

* Other dimensions by agreement. ** Depending on steel grade and thickness.

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Organic coated strip and sheet PLADUR 速 BONDAL速 Thin film coating (DF) ReflectionsOne速

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Organic coated strip and sheet.

With products becoming more and more differentiated, the demands on steel are growing. Materials are needed whose properties are tailored to their respective use. Our range of organic coated flat products fits the bill perfectly, opening up new opportunities for you as a manufacturer. Organic coated strip and sheet are truly multitalented materials. They are used in the construction industry, in home appliances, automobiles, heating and air-conditioning equipment, telectronics equipment and furniture. This variety of uses is a result of three key material properties – strength, good formability and flexible surface design. ThyssenKrupp Steel organic coated products are available as coils, sheets or blanks to meet all conceivable requirements.

As a leading manufacturer of organic coated sheet we provide our customers with material solutions which also meet demanding cost requirements. In numerous sectors, the use of prepainted steel offers significant economic advantages by eliminating the need for expensive post-painting. We provide competent design and production advice to optimally exploit the potential of our materials. Our steadily growing portfolio of PLADUR® products meets a broad range of applications: from noise control walls with anti-graffiti coatings, to “Reflections” color-coated panels for industrial and commercial buildings, to new metallic coatings for the home appliance industry. But the possibilities of coil coating are far from exhausted. We would be glad to talk to you about individual design possibilities.


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PLADUR® organic coated strip and sheet Base materials

Coating systems

Cold-rolled sheet

General liquid coatings

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 130

Polyester

Structural steels to DIN 1623, part 2

Polyamide modified polyester

Electrolytically galvanized sheet

Polyurethane

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 152 Structural steels to DIN 1623, part 2

High-durable polymer Polyvinylidene fluoride

Hot-dip galvanized sheet

Polyvinyl chloride plastisol

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 327

Epoxy

Structural steels to DIN EN 10 326

Steel grades

Polyurethane texture

Special liquid coatings

Hot-dip coated sheet GALFAN®

Weldable thin-film coating

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 327

Weldable primer with conductive pigments excl. zinc

Structural steels to DIN EN 10 326

Highly heat-resistant paint system up to +500 °C

Hot-dip coated sheet GALVALUME

®

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 327 Structural steels to DIN EN 10 326

Heat-resistant anti-stick system Anti-graffiti paint system ReflectionsOne® ReflectionsAgro®

Hot-dip aluminized sheet fal

ReflectionsLume

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 327 Structural steels to DIN EN 10 326

ReflectionsCinc Laminate coating

Chromium-coated sheet TFS

Polyvinyl chloride decor

Low-carbon non-alloy steels to DIN EN 10 202

Polyvinyl chloride HPVC

Structural steels to DIN EN 10 202

Condensation-absorbing fiber fleece made of polyester cellulose

Stainless steel

Combined coating

Steel grades and coating systems

Film/paint in various versions

on special request

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Width** [mm]

Strip

0.40–3.00

600–1,750

Sheet

0.40–3.00

600–1,750

450–6,000

Special dimensions

0.25–2.00

100–640

100–7,000

Slit strip

0.40–3.00

20–599

* Other dimensions on inquiry. ** Depending on steel grade and thickness.

Length [mm]

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Product overview. Organic coated strip and sheet.

BONDAL® vibration-damping composite BONDAL® is a vibration-damping composite material with a sandwich structure consisting of a viscoelastic core between two outer steel sheets. It offers high structure-borne sound insulation and good air-borne sound damping properties. BONDAL® is used to great effect wherever steel structures or components are subjected to vibrations resulting in structure-borne sound. Delivery forms Strip, sheet, slit strip

Dimensions

Sheet grades

Strip Outer sheet (nominal thickness): 0.30–1.25 mm

All sheet grades according to ThyssenKrupp Steel AG product range.

Width: 600–1,500 mm (depending on steel grade, thickness and surface of outer sheet)

The two outer sheets may be made of the same or different materials.

Width values apply to trimmed composite strip and steel with yield strengths ≥ 180 Mpa (otherwise width reductions). Symmetrical and asymmetrical thickness structure possible from 0.80–2.50 mm. Composite strip cross sections up to 3,000 mm2 possible. Half-BONDAL® (cover sheet/ polymer core/strippable film) is also available as a special. Slit strip dimensions Thickness: 0.30–1.25 mm Width: 50–600 mm Sheet dimensions Thickness: 0.30–1.25 mm Width: 50–1,500 mm Sheet length: 750–4,000 mm

Surfaces • Cold-rolled sheet • Electrogalvanized sheet • Hot-dip coated sheet (hot-dip galvanized, Galvannealed, GALFAN®, GALVALUME®, hot-dip aluminized fal) • Prepainted sheet PLADUR®


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DF coatings

DF coating (thin film coating) is a weldable organic zinc dust system that is applied to one or both sides of cold-rolled or electrogalvanized sheet by coil coating. Used in the auto industry for inner and outer parts. Delivery forms Strip, sheet, slit strip

Dimensions

Sheet grades

Strip Thickness of substrate: 0.40–3.00 mm

• Cold-rolled sheet • Electrogalvanized sheet

Width: 600–1,870 mm (depending on steel grade and thickness of substrate)

Surface types According to DIN EN 10 130 and DIN EN 10 152

Sheet Thickness of substrate: 0.40–3.00 mm

A = normal surface B = best surface

Width: 600–1,870 mm (depending on steel grade and thickness of substrate) Length: 1,000–6,000 mm

Surface treatment Oiled Tolerances Dimensional and shape tolerances to DIN EN 10 131 and DIN EN 10 143

Slit strip Thickness of substrate: 0.40–3.00 mm Width: 20–599 mm

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Tailored Products Laser beam welded Tailored Blanks ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes ThyssenKrupp Tailored Strips Spot welding and remote laser welding DAVEX速 beams and special profiles

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Tailored Products.

Complex customer requirements call for tailored steel solutions – especially to meet the constantly growing demands of the automobile industry. ThyssenKrupp has been producing tailored welded blanks since 1985. They are used to meet modern design requirements in vehicle components. Tailored blanks are tailored exactly to individual customer requirements. In simple cases this can mean joining two sheets to achieve a wider product than can be produced by rolling. In more complex cases, several individual sheets of different grade, thickness and coating are joined by laser beam welding for use in products that have to meet extremely high safety requirements, for example car doors, floor and side panels, side beams and wheel arches. ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes are used in lightweight, cost-efficient, resource-saving steel spaceframes.

The success of our tailored products is based on increased customer value, achieved through weight reduction, increased stiffness, reduced parts counts, component optimization and lower costs. The latest additions to the range – ThyssenKrupp Tailored Strips – open up even more applications, both in the automotive industry and in profile production. Using a unique patented manufacturing technology, ThyssenKrupp DAVEX produces sharpedged beams and special profiles in steel and stainless steel. They have a variety of uses, for example in visible steel and façade structures, drywall construction and high-bay storage systems. Additional information on our innovative tailored products is presented on the following pages.


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Product overview. Tailored Products.

Laser beam welded Tailored Blanks In laser beam welding, sheets are butt-welded together. Different types of welding lines are available to produce a wide variety of blanks. The laser beam weld displays the following properties: • Small weld size, i.e. weld widths of approximately 1 mm • Low weld convexity • Forming properties practically unaffected by the weld • Maintenance of cathodic protection effect during welding • Low thermal load on the base materials during welding Tailored blanks can be produced with linear or nonlinear welds. The use of nonlinear welds makes it possible to meet varying and in part contradicting demands on vehicle components.

1,2 mm

0,65 mm

1,75 mm

Door inner panel with schematic structure of the laser-welded blank.

Dimensions Sheet thicknesses: 0.60–3.00 mm Weld length: max. 2,800 mm Steel grades: as per ThyssenKrupp Steel product range

Individual parts of a TEB before and after welding.

ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes are hollow profiles which are made of different steel grades and can have different wall thicknesses, strengths and coatings. In the NSB® NewSteelBody, ThyssenKrupp Tailored Tubes were processed into components by means of hydroforming. In the meantime engineers at ThyssenKrupp Steel have succeeded in developing a new process for making near-net-shape parts even more economically. This innovative production technology can be used to produce nearnet-shape profiles with varying cross sections and secondary design elements. The following geometry options are currently available: • Cylindrical tubes with thickness changes transverse to longitudinal axis • Conical tubes • Closed profiles with secondary elements • Variable geometries

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Product overview. Tailored Products.

ThyssenKrupp Tailored Strips To make tailored strips, two/three strips of different steel grade and/or thickness/coating are joined together lengthwise by means of laser beam welding. The material is then wound into a coil to be used as a starting product for a customer process. The innovative aspect is the continuous welding of coils.

Various applications in the auto and profiling sectors • Profiles for switchgear cabinets, furniture etc. • Seat rails and backrests in the auto sector • Exhaust systems • Rims for car wheels • Rockers Advantages in customer process • Lightweight construction (material thicknesses can be selected to suit application) • Reduction in number of process steps (elimination of reinforcements) • Improved corrosion properties (use of different coatings or materials at different points of the component)

A laser-welded strip made up of three different steels each with specific physical properties can be formed directly from the coil.

Spot welding and remote laser welding For local reinforcement of specific zones, ThyssenKrupp Patchwork Blanks® offer the best solution. Reinforcements are welded onto a carrier blank by spot welding or remote laser welding. Patchwork blanks can be formed in one operation and offer different wall thicknesses to suit local load requirements. Features of spot welding • Sequential spot welding • Finish or part-welded • Limited control of forming behavior Features of remote laser welding • Fast sequential welding • Various weld forms and weld directions possible • Free control of forming behavior and component properties

Spot-welded patchwork blank.

Remote laser-welded patchwork blank.

The product names Thyssen Engineered Blanks, Thyssen Tailored Tubes, ThyssenKrupp Patchwork Blanks and Thyssen Tailored Strips are registered trademarks.


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Product overview. DAVEX ®.

ThyssenKrupp DAVEX ® DAVEX ® is a mechanical joining technology allowing the production of accurate, sharp-edged, filigree beams with perforated or solid webs. The technology provides great flexibility. Unusual thickness differences between flange and web are possible, and virtually all shapes can be produced within the constraints of the line, even in small volumes.

The DAVEX ® joint is produced by an innovative roll joining method in which the profile material is fed straight from the coil.

Beam designation ThyssenKrupp DAVEX

Diverse applications in various sectors • Visible steel and façade construction • High-bay storage systems • Drywall construction Application advantages and properties • Looks (sharp-edged, filigree, transparent) • Precision (right-angled, parallel and straight) • Structural (minimum weight, optimum load bearing ability and ideal use of material) • Cost-efficiency (unique aesthetic appearance together with optimized weight, competitive processing costs and outstanding price-performance ratio)

Beam geometries Material

Profile width [mm]

Profile height [mm]

Flange thickness [mm]

Web thickness [mm]

Profile length [mm]

DAVEX® façade beams with perforated web IS 50 95 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

95

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 120 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

120

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 140 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

140

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 180 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

180

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 200 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

200

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 120 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

120

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 180 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

180

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 200 10 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

200

10

3

6,500/13,000

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DAVEX façade beams with non-perforated web IS 50 95 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

95

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 120 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

120

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 140 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

140

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 180 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

180

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 50 200 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

50

200

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 120 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

120

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 180 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

180

10

3

6,500/13,000

IS 60 200 10 3 K1 L0 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

60

200

10

3

6,500/13,000

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DAVEX steel construction beams with perforated web IS 55 100 6 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

55

100

6

3

6,500/13,000

IS 64 120 6 3 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

64

120

6

3

6,500/13,000

IS 73 140 7 3,5 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

73

140

7

3.5

6,500/13,000

IS 82 160 7 3,5 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

82

160

7

3.5

6,500/13,000

IS 91 180 8 4 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web)

91

180

8

4

6,500/13,000

IS 100 200 8 4 K1 L1 St

S 235 (flange), S 355 MC (web) 100

200

8

4

6,500/13,000

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DAVEX stainless steel beams with non-perforated web IS 55 100 5 2

K0 L0 Est

1.4301

55

100

5

2

6,000

IS 64 120 5 2

K0 L0 Est

1.4301

64

120

5

2

6,000

IS 73 140 6 2,5 K0 L0 Est

1.4301

73

140

6

2.5

6,000

IS 82 160 6 2,5 K0 L0 Est

1.4301

82

160

6

2.5

6,000

IS 91 180 7 3

K0 L0 Est

1.4301

91

180

7

3

6,000

IS 100 200 7 3

K0 L0 Est

1.4301

100

200

7

3

6,000

on inquiry

on inquiry

on inquiry

on inquiry

4,000–13,000

DAVEX® special profiles

on inquiry

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Tinplate/Blackplate Tinplate Blackplate ECCS

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Tinplate/Blackplate.

The name Rasselstein is synonymous with top-quality tinplate. Germany's only tinplate manufacturer is based in Andernach and rolls hot strip supplied by ThyssenKrupp Steel to a 10th of its initial thickness and then coats it electrolytically with tin or chromium/chromium oxide. The product range also includes tinplate with paint or plastic coatings. Rasselstein also supplies uncoated blackplate. Tinplate is a versatile, inexpensive and ecofriendly packaging material. Food and drink cans, packaging for animal food, canisters and containers for paints and aerosols as well as closures are only some of its numerous applications. Tinplate can do more than other materials: low weight and high-strength guarantee safe transportation and simple storage of all kinds of goods. Contents are optimally protected against dirt, bacteria, moisture, light and odors. In the chemical industry, containers made of tinplate offer unparalleled safety.

As well as its functional advantages tinplate offers various design possibilities, making it the material of choice for sophisticated eyecatching uses. Embossing, direct printing, unusual shapes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; tinplate offers a multitude of packaging possibilities giving your product a strong image. Tinplate packaging is no longer reserved solely for food. Increasingly, high-value items such as watches, perfumes and mobile phone cards are being sold in tinplate cases. As a world market leader and innovation driver we invest heavily in extending the range of uses and optimizing the properties of our material. We not only focus on material savings but also support wider innovative concepts for new tinplate packaging solutions such as for example the Cosmocan, a plastic-coated, laser-welded can offering brand-specific design possibilities through inline molding. This is just one of many examples of how we are making traditional materials fit for the future.


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Product overview. Tinplate, blackplate and ECCS.

Grades Euronorm

AISI / ASTM

Designation

Yield strength

Designation

Hardness

TS 230

230 +/- 50

T1

49 +/- 4

TS 245

245 +/- 50

T2

53 +/- 4

TS 260

260 +/- 50

T3

57 +/- 4

TS 275

275 +/- 50

T4

61 +/- 4

TS 290

290 +/- 50

T5

65 +/- 4

TS 550

550 +/- 50

DR 7.5

71

TH 415

415 +/- 50

DR 8

72

TH 435

435 +/- 50

DR 8.5

73

TH 520

520 +/- 50

DR 9

75

TH 550

550 +/- 50

DR 9.5

76

TH 580

580 +/- 50

TH 620

620 +/- 50

Tin coating weights for tinplate – Andralyt ® Euronorm

corresponds to

AISI / ASTM

corresponds to

2

lbs / bb two sides

lbs / bb two sides

g /m2 one side

1.00

0.089

0.100

1.12

1.40

0.125

0.125

1.40

2.00

0.179

0.175

1.96

Deviations in coating weights from 1.00 to 11.20 g/m 2 or 0.100 to 1.000 lbs possible.

2.80

0.250

0.200

2.24

Other tin coating weights on inquiry.

4.00

0.357

0.250

2.80

5.00

0.446

0.375

4.20

5.60

0.500

0.500

5.60

8.40

0.750

0.750

8.40

11.20

1.000

1.000

11.20

Code

Chromium coating

g /m one side

Coating weights shown left are possible for regular and differential coating.

One-side tin coatings possible in range 0.50 to 5.60 g/m 2. Marking of differential coatings in accordance with Euronorm, alternative markings by arrangement.

Passivation*

mg / m2 per side Dip passivation

300

1–3

Cathodic passivation

311

3.5–9

Electrochemical passivation

314

>5

* except ECCS

Coating weights for ECCS – Ancrolyt ®

8

Average coating weight [mg / m2 per side] min.

max.

Chromium metal

50

140

Chromium oxide

7

35

Note: Total chromium is the sum of metallic chromium and chromium oxide.

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Oiling

DOS/ATBC BSO Anticorit

Tinplate

ECCS

Blackplate

mg / m2 per side

mg / m2 per side

mg / m2 per side

10

4 +/- 2 7 +/- 3 4 +/- 2

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Product overview. Tinplate, blackplate and ECCS.

Finishes Finish

Melted

Roughness (Ra) μm

Bright

yes

≤ 0.35

Fine stone

yes/no

0.25–0.45

Stone

yes/no

0.35–0.60

Silver matte

yes

≥ 0.90

Matte

no

≥ 0.90

Dimensions Sheets and coils

Max. width for sheets: 1,120 mm Max. width for ECCS: 1,085 mm

Straight cut coils, sheets

Scroll cut sheets

Thickness [mm]

Width [mm]

Length [mm]

Width [mm]

Length [mm]

0.125–0.139*

650–950

490 –1,080

650 –950

560 –1,150

Bundle weights: max. 3.0 t

0.140–0.169

650–1,030

490 –1,080

650 –1,030

560 –1,150

0.170–0.199

650–1,080

490 –1,080

650 –1,080

560 –1,150

Non-standard requirements on inquiry

0.200–0.499

650–1,200

490–1,080

650–1,080

560–1,150

Coil diameter, inside: 420 mm; outside: max. 1,600 mm Coil weights: 3.0–14.5 t

* on inquiry

Sheets – painted Format sizes [mm] (width x length)

Painted

min.

max.

660 x 510

1,135 x 980

Strip Thickness

Width

Inside diameter

Coil weight

mm

mm

mm

kg / mm strip width

0.170–0.199

10–540

400/450

2–7

0.200–0.499

10–600

400/450

2–7

Coating thicknesses

Base materials

Maximum width for ECCS: 540 mm Thicknesses < 0.170 mm by arrangement Other dimensions on inquiry

PP, PET and PE coatings for Andrafol ®

g /m2 je per side PP one side, adhesive bonded

20–200 clear

Andralyt®

25–100 white

Ancrolyt®

PET A two sides, melted

17–32 clear

Ancrolyt®

35 white

Ancrolyt®

PET B* one or two sides, melted

28 clear

Ancrolyt®

28 white

Ancrolyt®

PET one side, adhesive bonded

17–32 clear

Andralyt®

35 white

Andralyt®

PE two sides, melted

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Ancrolyt®

Standards Tinplate and ECCS

Blackplate

Coils and sheets

EN 10 202 AISI/ASTM

EN 10 205

Strip

Dimensions: EN 10 140 Quality: EN 10 202

Dimensions: EN 10 140 Quality: EN 10 139

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Product overview. Blackplate.

Grades Delivery condition DC 01

LC

C 290–C 690

DC 03

LC

C 290–C 390

DC 04

LC

C 290–C 390

DC 05

LC

Oiling Oil coating mg/m2 per side Anticorit

Coating by arrangement

Finishes Finish

Roughness (Ra) μm

Smooth

< 0.35

Stone finish fine

0.25–0.45

Stone finish

0.35–0.60

Matte fine

0.75–1.25

Matte

1.00–2.00

Matte rough

1.75–2.25

C 590 in stone finish only

Dimensions Thickness

Widths

Inside diameter

Coil weight

mm

mm

mm

mm

kg / mm strip width

Axis: horizontal/vertical

< 0.170 0.170–0.199

*

*

400/450

2–10

Inside diameter 508 mm on inquiry

10–540

650–1,080

400/450

2–10

0.200–0.499

10–600

650–1,200

400/450

2–10

* on inquiry

Standards Dimensions

Quality

EN 10 140

EN 10 139

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Steel service.

Our steel service centers are modern highperformance operations offering an extensive range of products – from slit strip to rectangular sheet to a variety of blanks, in exactly the specification and shape you need. With cutting angles of up to 35°, all available steels can be tailored to your specifications – in thicknesses from 0.4 to 3.0 mm, widths from 300 to 2,000 mm and lengths of up to 6,000 mm. Blanks can also be supplied in various shapes and sizes, such as trapezoidal, triangular or curved.

We support our partners with competent advice from material selection to day-to-day processing and ensure intelligent just-in-time logistics for supplying material when you need it.

Our steel service centers see themselves as service providers and an important link between rolled steel manufacturers and steel processors.

This goal is facilitated by the wide presence of our steel service centers in Germany and on the international markets. This closeness to customers pays off in two ways: short response times and familiarity with customer workflows.

Through careful inventory management we guarantee maximum reliability. We also create maximum transparency by giving our customers access to our ordering and delivery scheduling systems. In short, we see ourselves as part of your workflow, with the aim of adding value in the best possible way.


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Product overview. Steel service.

Product range and delivery forms A total quality management system certified to ISO/TS 16949:2002 has been integrated in all our business processes. The product range includes hot and cold-rolled, high-strength, metallic and organic coated steels, tinplate coil and sheet as well as stainless steel.

Products

Delivery forms

• Hot strip

• Slit strip in thicknesses 0.25 to 16 mm in various widths and grades according to EN or factory standards • Combined and jumbo coils

• Cold-rolled sheet • Coated sheet • Electrolytically coated sheet – Electrolytically galvanized sheet – NEURALYT® – electrolytically zinc-nickel coated • Hot-dip coated sheet – GALFAN® – GALVALUME® – Galvannealed – BONDAL® composite material – Hot-dip aluminized sheet – Hot-dip galvanized sheet • Organic coated sheet – PLADUR® – Thin film coatings

• Blanks (including rectangular, trapezoidal, rhomboid, curved) in thicknesses of 0.4–3 millimeters, widths of 300–2,000 millimeters and lengths up to 6,000 millimeters

• Tinplate coil and sheet • Stainless steel

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Medium wide strip.

For components subjected to high dynamic loads, there is hardly any alternative to medium wide strip from Hoesch Hohenlimburg. With its exceptionally close thickness tolerances, the material achieves cold-rolled strip-like quality. Outstanding surfaces, consistent material properties and excellent forming properties, including in high-strength steels, make medium-wide strip ideal for difficult forming processes in direct processing and as a starting material for components in the auto industry. Medium wide strip from Hoesch Hohenlimburg is produced by hot rolling in widths of up to 685 mm and thicknesses from 1.5 to 16 mm. In contrast to slit strip, the edges are rounded, without burrs or microcracks. Embrittlement due to strain hardening is excluded with medium wide strip.

Medium wide strip offers excellent properties for further processing in the cold rolling mill. It can be produced with a fine pearlitic (sorbitic) microstructure across the entire length and width of the strip. The microstructure in the edge area can be produced with a sorbite content of almost 100%. This means that both unalloyed and alloyed carbon steels can be cold-rolled with high reduction ratios without previous annealing, delivering a product with highly consistent mechanical properties. Medium wide strip from Hoesch Hohenlimburg is the starting material of choice when it comes to meeting strict processing and forming requirements.


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Product overview. Medium wide strip.

Hohenlimburg medium wide strip Thickness 1.5 to 16 mm Width 25 mm to 685 mm Coil inside diameter approx. 500 mm (610 mm also possible on request) Coil weight Up to 20.5 kg/mm strip width Product range Pickled and unpickled and heat-treated

Edge condition • Mill edges (NK) • Cut edges (GK) slit from multiple widths or with trimmed edges

Certifications • ISO/ TS 16949:2002 • DIN EN ISO 14001:2004

Materials • Low-carbon non-alloy steels • General structural steels • Carbon and stainless structural steels • Special structural steels • Tool steels • Special materials* • Heat-resistant materials* • Stainless steels*

* These special alloys are contract rolled.

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Construction elements Sandwich elements Panels Doors

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Construction elements.

ThyssenKrupp provides architects, civil engineers and planners with concentrated expertise from a single source. ThyssenKrupp Steel not only makes the material but together with its subsidiaries supplies customized steel products for building and cold room construction. Important products in the building area are sandwich panels and steel profiles in various shapes for use in roofs, walls and ceilings. These products from ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme also perform additional functions such as noise abatement, heat insulation and fire protection and permit modern architectural design. One example is the Hoesch Additive Floor® – a unique decking system for parking garages and multistory buildings. It combines the advantages of traditional steel construction with the benefits of composite construction in a system that is much less expensive than other construction methods. Our depth of experience in cold room construction allows us to supply products which meet the highest demands on insulation and hygiene. Our subsidiaries ems Isoliersysteme and Isocab offer customized solutions for all cold and

freezer room applications in the form of sandwich elements made of steel outer shells and an insulating core of rigid PUR foam. Together with optimized doors, these elements help minimize cold losses and make a significant contribution to the cost efficiency of cold storage and freezer facilities. Steel can be used to meet special building physics requirements. One example of our continuous efforts to develop innovative products for the construction industry is ThyssenKrupp Solartec, an energy-generating photovoltaic roof and façade element. As well as generating energy it also performs the normal functions of a building shell. The colors included in the Reflections collection give architects and planners new design possibilities, allowing them to blend large industrial buildings aesthetically into the landscape. DAVEX® beams and special profiles are used in visible steel structures (see page 41). In addition, the ThyssenKrupp Steel “Construction Initiative” provides wide-ranging advice on all questions related to the use of steel in building – from planning to implementation.


Sandwich elements/panels

Component designation

Technical data

Sales

Thickness [mm]

Length [m]

Installation width [mm]

Heat transfer coefficient (U) W/m2K

isowand integral®

60–120

2–20

1,000

0.39–0.20

isowand vario®

60–100

2–20

1,000

0.39–0.24

isodach mono®

75–115

2–24

1,000

0.56–0.29

isodach integral®

75–115

2–24

1,000

0.52–0.28

isowelle®

64–104

2–20

1,000

0.47–0.27

isorock® vario *

80–200

2–16

1,000

0.50–0.20

Thermowand 1000 /Thermowand

40–120

2–24

1,000–1,175

0.58–0.20

Thermowand TL

66–96

2–24

1,000

0.47–0.29

Thermodach

75–130

2–24

1,000

0.52– 0.24

isorock / isorock akustik

60–200

2–16

1,000

0.65– 0.21

isorock integral D

95–155

2–15.5

1,000

0.45–0.27

ems ThyssenKrupp Isocab Isoliersysteme Hoesch Bausysteme

Product series PU

PU 40–PU 220

40–220

2–20 **

1,176

0.58–0.11

Product series PUD

PUD 60–PUD 170

60–170

2–20 **

1,176

0.39–0.14

Product series TI

TI 40–TI 120

40–120

2–20 **

1,175

0.58–0.20

Product series TIV

TIV 60–TIV 100

60–100

2–20 **

1,000

0.39–0.24

Product series VT

VT 66

33/66

2–20 **

1,000

0.46

Product series PD

PD 25–PD 100

25–130

2–20 **

1,000

0.72–0.23

40–200

2–19.3

1,000–1,196

0.53–0.11

IND 4–20

*With different insulating materials depending on specified fire protection class.

Component designation

Cold rooms

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** Other lengths on inquiry.

Technical data

Sales

Thickness [mm]

Length [mm]

Installation width [mm]

Heat transfer coefficient (U) W/m2K

ems ThyssenKrupp Isocab Isoliersysteme Hoesch Bausysteme

ISO 6–14

60–140

300–3,900

300–1,200

0.37–0.16

Minibox MH

80

900–3,000

900–2,400

0.28

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Single-shell elements

Sales Profile height [mm]

Maximum span [m]

205

5.8

Profile height [mm]

Arch radius R

Arch length LB [m]

Maximum span [m]

38/106

4.00–30.00

4–24

20

Profile height [mm]

Length [m]

Maximum span [m]

205

2–24

10

Profile height [mm]

Installation width [mm]

Length [m]

Trapezoidal wall profile

32.0–48.5

915 –1,035

2–18

Trapezoidal roof profile

83.0–158

750–1,120

2–24

Corrugated profile

18

1,064

2–12

Liner tray

90–160

600

2–16

Hoesch Siding

24

200–400

1–8

Element thickness [mm]

Installation width [mm]

Length [m]

Power output Pmax

415–474

2.95–5.8

64/128

1,000

3.17–24.0

128–896

Hoesch Additive Floor®

Hoesch Arched Roof

Hoesch Roof System 2000

ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme ●

Energy generating elements

ThyssenKrupp Solartec ThyssenKrupp Solartec mono 1000

75–115

ThyssenKrupp Hoesch Bausysteme

Sold via: Hoesch Contecna Systembau GmbH, Essener Strasse 59, 46047 Oberhausen, Germany, Telephone +49 (0)2 08 82 04-1 81


Element designation

Technical data Door leaf thickness [mm]

Sales Clear width [mm]

Clear height [mm]

Heat transfer coefficient (U) W/m2K*

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Plant room hinged door, single-leaf

80

700–1,500

1,800–3,800

0.30

Plant room hinged door, double-leaf

80

1,400–3,000

1,800–3,000

0.30

Cold room hinged door, single-leaf

80

700–1,500

1,800–3,800

0.30

Cold room hinged door, double-leaf

80

1,400–3,000

1,800–3,000

0.30

Freezer room hinged door, single-leaf

120

700–1,500

1,800–3,800

0.20

Freezer room hinged door, double-leaf

120

1,400–3,000

1,800–3,000

0.20

80

500–1,000

400–1,100

0.30

120

500–1,000

400–1,000

0.20

Metal swing door, single-leaf

40

700–1,400

1,800–2,300

0.58

Metal swing door, double-leaf

40

1,200–2,500

1,800–2,500

0.58

Plant room sliding door

60

1,000–4,000

2,000–5,000

0.39

Light cold room sliding door

80

1,000–2,500

2,000–2,800

0.30

Cold room sliding door

100

1,000–4,000

2,000–5,000

0.24

Light freezer room sliding door

120

1,000–2,500

2,000–2,800

0.20

Freezer room sliding door

140

1,000–4,000

2,000–5,000

0.17

Gas-tight sliding door

100

1,000–3,000

2,000–3,000

0.24

Cold room lifting door

100

1,000–3,000

2,000–3,000

0.24

Freezer room lifting door

140

1,000–3,000

2,000–3,000

0.17

488/610/732

2,000–20,000 0.59

Cold room hatch Freezer room hatch Doors

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Sectional door element with finger guard

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Construction elements

Product overview. Construction elements.

* The heat transfer coefficient relates to the homogenous area of the door leaf.

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Other products and services Byproducts Consulting, know-how Licenses

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Other products and services.

The valuable byproducts produced in our various facilities – from blast furnaces to pickling lines – are an established part of the ThyssenKrupp Steel product range. Their use in various areas of everyday life makes an important contribution to conserving resources. Our range of byproducts includes high-quality materials for cement production, road building, track building and hydraulic engineering. In addition, our blast furnace and steelmaking slags are used to make lime as a fertilizer for agriculture. In addition to the carbon steel flat products listed in this brochure, customers can access a wide range of services and licenses allowing them to benefit from the vast experience of three longstanding steel companies – Thyssen, Krupp and Hoesch.

This concentrated know-how in all areas of steel production and processing is available to customers throughout the world. ThyssenKrupp Consulting has supplied technological expertise and helped make processes more efficient in over 700 successful projects. Our services extend from technical assistance during commissioning to training of customer staff. In addition, we arrange cooperation and license agreements on the use of ThyssenKrupp technology and patents. We prepare material flow studies, develop layouts for production plants and draw up specifications for buildings and machinery. We provide technical documentation support at all levels. And we assist our customers in acceptance inspections of production plants and technical equipment.


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Byproducts Building materials Road building materials from blast furnace slag according to information sheet: • Slag stones, chippings, crushed slag sand • Aggregate mixes • Graded aggregates (wet-mix macadam) • Granulated blast furnace slag

Granulated blast furnace slag for cement production Materials made from TBM slag for the construction of roads, railways and waterways

Fertilizers Slag lime made from blast furnace slag; converter lime, moist/granular

converter lime, and fine-grained basic lime 4 made from TBM slag

Other byproducts • Iron (II) sulfate • Iron (II) chloride (solution) • BOF dust • Iron oxide • Hard zinc top slag • Taphole plugging material

Consulting, know-how ThyssenKrupp Steel offers operating and engineering know-how in the iron- and steelmaking fields for: • the operation of existing production facilities • new construction, modernization and expansion projects • the start-up of new production units As individual services or as complete service packages including the following areas: • Feasibility studies • Layout and conception • Technical specifications for plant and equipment • Checking and assessment of tenders • Assistance in the acceptance testing of plant and equipment

• Production • Maintenance • Spare parts management • Quality control • Organization/manpower requirements • Production planning • Development of information and planning systems • Data processing

• Energy supply and management • Logistics, transport planning • Materials handling • Market research • Total Quality Management • Training of foreign personnel in our technical departments and plants • Assignment of ThyssenKrupp Steel expert personnel to the plants of contracting parties

Licenses ThyssenKrupp Steel has developed technologies for improving steel grades and production processes. Examples: • Hot metal desulphurization by the submerged-lance process • Rapid change device for 02 lances in LD-converters • RH recirculation degassing process • Thyssen long-time stirring systems (TLS) for electric-arc furnaces

• Strip tracking control for the rolling of hot strip • Work roll cooling system for hot strip mills • Flatness gauging system to measure the flatness of sheet and strip (on-line)

• Laser welding for the production of blanks to be used in the automotive industry We grant licenses for the use of these technologies and associated engineering.

Other products and services

Product overview. Other products and services.


General note All statements as to the properties or uses of materials or products are for descriptive purposes only. Guarantees in respect of specific properties or uses are only valid if agreed in writing.


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