Product Dimensions, mm Steel grade Standards Delivery condition
thickness width length
Plates and sheets 2.5–3.0 950–1100 2000–6000 S235JR; S235J0; S235J2;S275JR; S275J0; S275J2;

S355JR; S355J0; S355J2

 

DIN EN 10025–2 By agreement
3.0–4.0 950–1250
5.0–20.0 1000–2000
20.0–25.0 1000–2000 3500–6500
6.0–20.0 1000–1500 4000–6500 C35E; C45E and others DIN EN 10083–2
41Cr4; 51CrV4 and others DIN EN 10083–3
4.0–6.0 1000–1500 2000–6000 X5CrNi18–10; X6CrNiTi18–10 and others DIN EN 10088–2 1D
S30400 (type 304); ASTM A240/A240M heat treated and pickled
6.0–50.0 1000–1800 4000–6000 X5CrNi18–10; X6CrNiTi18–10 and others DIN EN 10088–2 1D
S30400 (type 304); ASTM A240/A240M heat treated and pickled
Strips 2.5–6.0 244–1500 S235JR; S235J0; S235J2;S275JR; S275J0; S275J2;

S355JR; S355J0; S355J2

DIN EN 10025–2 By agreement
Application Hot-rolled steels are used in the construction industry, metal structures, heavy machinery and equipment and in ships. Hot-rolled steel is also used as a raw material in the manufacture of cold-rolled and steel tubular steel products.