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Cold Rolled Steel Service Centers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of cold rolled steel manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top cold rolled steel manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find cold rolled steel companies that can design and engineer cold rolled steel to your companies specifications. Then contact the cold rolled steel companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for cold rolled steel gauges, rolled steel weights, machined cold rolled steel or customized cold rolled steel of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Skokie, IL 847-966-3000

    At Block Steel, we have over 60 years of industry experience manufacturing cold rolled steel and other varieties of high quality steel products. We began in 1948 by the same family that continues to operate our facilities today! We believe in offering old-fashioned values to our customers, like dependability, respect, and customer service. Find out more on our website!

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  • Baltimore, MD 410-631-5200

    Titan Steel Corporation is a global leader in the steel processing industry. Today, products & services include steel plate, steel tubing, hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel & a variety of tinplate, tinfree & galvanized steel products. Whether for standard or extra tough applications, Titan will serve!

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  • South Bend, IN 800-348-2529

    A family-owned steel service center, Steel Warehouse specializes in heavy gauge and high strength steel. Offering diverse processing services such as slitting, pickling, cold reducing, blanking, annealing and leveling, Steel Warehouse is responsive to every customer’s steel needs. Steel Warehouse offers an extensive product selection including hot rolled, cold rolled, galvanized and tool steel.

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  • Wyoming, MI 800-543-4630

    Good Metals Company is a definitive single-source steel service center offering a wide range of steel products. We also offer extensive secondary services. See what this ISO 9001 (2000) certified company can do in house, ensuring high quality at great prices with fast turnaround. We believe the key to future success lies in our ability to offer the widest range of value-added specialty services.

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  • East Peoria, IL 800-322-2600

    Hagerty combines a large inventory of carbon, stainless, alloy & tool steels, aluminum, brass & copper with great processing capabilities. This ISO 9001:2000 certified metals service center works hard to exceed your expectations for plates, sheets, structurals, tubing, pipe, hot rolled & cold finished bars, coil processing, expanded metal, drill rod & more! We can locate those hard-to-find items!

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  • St. Paul, MN 800-992-1484

    Mead Metals serves the sheet metal, metal etching and metal stamping industries with cold rolled steel, tempered stainless and spring steel, annealed stainless steel, copper, bronze, and brass. We offer various sizes, thicknesses, and quantities to match any requirements. Call a quality steel service center like Mead Metals for all of your metal needs.

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Cold Rolled Steel

Cold rolled steel is steel that has been shaped by rolling equipment without the application of heat. A metal roller is a metal forming machine that uses a series of rollers to shape or impart physical qualities onto a metal. When a sheet of metal is passed between two rollers, strain hardening, or the plastic deformation of the material, causes the material to become flattened somewhat. This flattening without heat gives the steel higher levels of strength.

Because no heat is involved in the cold rolling process, the oxidation risk that is always present when heat treating steel is eliminated. Cold rolled steel has a smooth surface texture and is commonly used in objects that require the integration of strong steel shapes. The process is done at or around room temperature; the steel is usually covered in oil and then shaped. Applications for cold rolled steel include automobile parts, construction materials, appliance parts, furniture parts, computer-cabinet hardware, small appliance parts, and other industrial purposes. Important factors to consider when selecting cold rolled steel are coil condition, thickness and width limits, coil diameter, coil weight, and surface quality.

There are many methods of forming cold rolled steel, including bending, hemming, drawing, stretching, flanging, and draw or stretch forming. Cold rolled steel products are manufactured in three different quality types. The first is commercial quality, which is mostly used for hollow metal work. Commercial quality cold rolled steel is often used in light duty construction applications; door frames, stairwell components and other comparatively small steel construction components are often made of commercial quality cold rolled steel. Drawing quality, the second type of cold rolled steel, has a greater degree of ductility. Drawing quality cold rolled steel is created by metal drawing, which is a process that uses forces of tension to draw metal, which increases its ductility. The third quality, physical quality, is commercial steel that is further processed. Although cold rolled steel doesn't have the shape range that hot rolled steel does, cold rolled steel offers good qualities of tensile strength and a smoother finish. Elimination of oxidation risks is one of the most important advantages of the cold rolling process.

Cold Rolled Steel
Cold Rolled Steel
Cold Rolled Steel - Block Steel Corp.
Cold Rolled Steel - Block Steel Corp.