Hot-rolled
Advanced and Ultra High-strength Steel (AHSS / UHSS)

Tata Steel’s range of versatile hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steels has been developed primarily to meet the needs of the automotive industry – increasing strength or reducing weight to help achieve optimal performance parameters.
 

Hot-rolled advanced high strength steel component
Product specification
AHSS and UHSS are currently available in the following grades

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-FB590 HR

FB590 HR
Specification details for FB590 HR

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-HR FB590-UC Overview

Overview

Ferrite-bainite – HR FB590-UC

HR FB590-UC is a ferrite-bainite advanced high-strength steel offering excellent formability characteristics. It is particularly suited to automotive chassis and suspension applications where a combination of superior strength and fatigue performance is required on relatively complex-shaped parts. HR FB590-UC offers a high hole expansion capacity (HEC) and high tensile strength – ideal for components with a significant amount of edge stretching. The tensile strength levels deliver excellent fatigue resistance as an additional benefit.

Relationship with standards

Tata Steel can supply the following hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steel grades:

Tata Steel VDA prEN 10338:2009 EN 10083-3:2006
HR FB590-UC HR440Y580T-FB HDT580F -
HR XPF800-UC - - -
HR XPF1000-UC - - -
HR CP800-UC HR660Y780T-CP HDT760C -

1. This grade is also widely known as 22MnB5.

Applications

  • upper and lower control arms
  • engine sub-frames
  • other chassis and suspension components
  • twist beam rear axles
  • wheels

Strength and ductility

Utilising the superior combination of strength and ductility of Tata Steel’s advanced steel portfolio can yield significant lightweighting potential. Component shapes which were previously considered too challenging to make, are now a possibility. This enables designers to integrate high strength and durable materials into their designs to fully unlock the potential of steel.

Increased performance

Application of our advanced steel grades – in place of lower strength, conventional steel grades - can lead to the increased performance of finished components.

Weight reduction

Application of our advanced steel with a lower thickness - in comparison with lower strength, conventional steel grades - can help reduce component weight without compromising performance. This can increase your output per tonne of steel.

Product choice

Our hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steels include ferrite-bainite, complex phase and hot forming steel grades.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-FB590-Properties

Properties

Mechanical Properties

The values shown for the mechanical properties of HR FB590 are for test pieces taken parallel to the rolling direction unless otherwise stated.
 

  EN 10338: HDT580F FB590 HR Typical
Yield strength Rp0,2 1 (N/mm²) 440 - 600 490 530 2
Tensile strength R (N/mm²) ≥ 580 595 600 2
Elongation % > 15 20 18 2
1. Lower yield strength or 0.2 % proof stress applies.
2. These mechanical property values are quoted for the transverse rolling direction.
Hole expansion coefficient values can be supplied (although not as part of the production release test) – please contact us for details.
Elongation after fracture A uses test piece length L0 = 80 mm
 

Chemical composition

Tata Steel supplies the following cast analysis with maximum values in weight percentages unless shown otherwise:
 

    EN10338: HDT580F FB590 HR
C Max. 0.18 0.18
Mn Max. 2.0 2.0
Si Max. 0.5 0.5
P Max. 0.05 0.05
S Max. 0.010 0.010
Altot   0.015 - 2.0 0.015 - 2.0
Cr+Mo Max. 1.0 1.0
Nb+Ti Max. 0.15 0.15
V Max. 0.15 0.15
B Max. 0.01 0.01

 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-FB590-Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions
 

HR FB590 is available in pickled and non-pickled condition.

Dimensions in mm.

Thickness Max. width
From - to HR FB590
2.00 - 2.50 1110
2.50 - 2.80 1210
2.80 - 3.00 1310
3.00 - 5.00 1360
Minimum width is 900 mm.
 

Tolerances

Tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051: 2010.

Tighter tolerances are available, please contact us.
 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-All grades Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:

length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

 

Tolerances on thickness

Tata Steel can supply to full thickness tolerance specified in EN 10051:2010.

Tighter tolerances are available as shown below:

Product type Thickness tolerances available
  (% of full EN 10051:2010 tolerance)
  100% 75% 66% 60% 50% 33%

Steel for forming

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

High-strength low-alloy
(HSLA EN 10149-2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® HSLA

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® Laser

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Structural steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Durbar® floor plate

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Case-hardening steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

High-carbon steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Dual phase steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Hot forming steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Valast® abression resistant steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Steel for pressure vessels

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for gas cylinders

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for linepipe

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Ship plate

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

1. Available for certain grades and thicknesses between 3.0mm and 6.0mm.
Please contact us on the availability of special tolerances to meet your requirements.
 
Tolerances on thickness for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.13

± 0.14

± 0.16

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.14

± 0.16

± 0.17

± 0.19

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.15

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.20

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

± 0.23

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.22

± 0.23

± 0.23

± 0.26

> 8.00

≤ 11.00

± 0.24

± 0.25

± 0.25

± 0.28

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
Re ≤ 300 N/mm2 (category A)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800
 

≤ 2.00

± 0.17

± 0.19

± 0.21

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.18

± 0.21

± 0.23

± 0.25

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.27

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

± 0.31

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.29

± 0.30

± 0.31

± 0.35

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.34

± 0.40

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.37

± 0.43

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.40

± 0.42

± 0.45

± 0.50

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
300 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 360 N/mm2 (category B)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.21

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.29

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.23

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.31

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.36

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.33

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.40

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.46

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.40

± 0.41

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.46

± 0.53

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.52

± 0.58

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
360 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 420 N/mm2 (category C)
Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of

≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.22

± 0.25

± 0.27

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.23

± 0.27

± 0.30

± 0.33

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.26

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.35

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

± 0.40

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.52

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.46

± 0.47

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.48

± 0.49

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.52

± 0.55

± 0.59

± 0.65

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
420 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 900 N/mm2 (category D)

Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.24

± 0.27

± 0.29

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.25

± 0.29

± 0.32

± 0.35

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.28

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

± 0.43

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.41

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.45

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.49

± 0.50

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.52

± 0.53

± 0.56

± 0.64

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.56

± 0.59

± 0.63

± 0.70

All dimensions are mm.

Tolerances on width

Tolerances in mm.

Nominal width w
Mill edges Trimmed edges
lower upper lower upper

 w ≤ 1200

0

20

0

3

 1200 < w ≤ 1850

0

20

0

5

 w > 1850

0

25

0

6

Tolerances  in mm for wide strip and slit wide strip
The tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051:2010.

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:
length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

Edge camber

The deviation from the edge over a length of 5000mm:

• with mill edges, no more than 20mm
• with trimmed edges, no more than 15mm

Flatness

Requirements as regards flatness can be agreed at the time of enquiry.

Option for maximum crown values

The following high crown C40 options available for hot-rolled products.

Crown values on the C20-position as well as minimum crown values on both C20 and C40 position are also available on request.

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)

Category 1

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

40

40

50

50

> 3.00

≤ 6.00

40

50

50

50

> 6.00

≤ 11.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades
(S185-S235-S275 ≤ 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)

Category 2

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 20.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades(S275 > 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)
 and HSLA grades (S315MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 3

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

50

50

60

60

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

50

60

60

60

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

50

60

60

60

> 3.00

≤ 20.00

60

60

70

70

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of HSLA grades
 (S355MC, S420MC, S460MC, S500MC, S550MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 4

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

60

70

70

70

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

60

70

80

80

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

60

70

80

80

> 3.00

≤ 5.00

70

70

80

80

> 5.00

≤ 20.00

80

80

80

80

 

Dimensions and coil weights

Tata Steel can supply hot-rolled steels with the following minimum and maximum dimensions and weights:

Description

Availability

Coil diameter inner non-pickled

762mm

Coil diameter inner pickled

610mm standard

762mm on request

Tolerance on inner diameter

+0/-50mm

Coil diameter outer non-pickled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Max. 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil diameter outer pickled and oiled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Outer diameter

limit 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil weight

Max. 34 tonnes

Additional maximum limits from transport

limits and outer coil diameter

Some HR products may have different

coil weight ranges

KIM: width ≤ 1200mm

15.5 - 23.0 kg/mm width

KIM: 1200 < width ≤ 1700mm

12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

KIM: width > 1700mm

11.0 kg/mm width and 12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

Minimum tonnage per order

Please refer to price list for order quantity details

Minimum order quantities may apply

 

 

 

 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-Heavy+Light further processing

Further processing

Further processing

We have a broad network of Tata Steel service centres across Europe, offering decoiling and slitting services from stock and against short lead times.

Heavy gauge processing

Processing type Decoiling
Thickness range (mm) 1.4 - 25.4
Width range (mm) 300 - 2600
Length range up to 18.4m
Locations UK
Netherlands

 

Light gauge processing

Processing type Slitting Decoiling Blanking
Thickness range (mm) 0.2 - 7.0 0.3 - 6.0 0.3 - 6.0
Width range (mm) 10 - 2050 50 - 2600 200 - 2600
Length range - up to 6m up to 6m
Locations UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Netherlands


For further information please visit our Service Centre webpages.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-HR XPF800-UC

HR XPF800 UC
Specification details for HR XPF800-UC

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS- XPF800-UC Overview

Overview

HR XPF800-UC

Its single phase ferrite matrix with nanoparticipation results in a robust high-strength steel with increased levels of elongation and stretch flangeability  HR-XPF800-UC  outperforms HSLA’s and multiphase products of equivalent strength levels, due to its outstanding hole expansion capacity (HEC), averaging 90%, and a far superior minimum elongation of 14%.These characteristics are important when looking for further lightweighting potential or increased energy absorption.  HR-XPF-800-UC  can be found in Chassis, Structural Body & White and seating applications. Please visit our XPF- key product page for more information.

Relationship with standards

Tata Steel can supply the following hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steel grades:

Tata Steel VDA prEN 10338:2009 EN 10083-3:2006
HR FB590-UC HR440Y580T-FB HDT580F -
HR XPF800-UC - - -
HR XPF1000-UC - - -
HR CP800-UC HR660Y780T-CP HDT760C -

1. This grade is also widely known as 22MnB5.

Applications

  • upper and lower control arms
  • engine sub-frames
  • other chassis and suspension components
  • twist beam rear axles
  • wheels

Strength and ductility

Utilising the superior combination of strength and ductility of Tata Steel’s advanced steel portfolio can yield significant lightweighting potential. Component shapes which were previously considered too challenging to make, are now a possibility. This enables designers to integrate high strength and durable materials into their designs to fully unlock the potential of steel.

Increased performance

Application of our advanced steel grades – in place of lower strength, conventional steel grades - can lead to the increased performance of finished components.

Weight reduction

Application of our advanced steel with a lower thickness - in comparison with lower strength, conventional steel grades - can help reduce component weight without compromising performance. This can increase your output per tonne of steel.

Product choice

Our hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steels include ferrite-bainite, complex phase and hot forming steel grades.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-XPF800-Properties

Properties

Mechanical Properties

The values shown for the mechanical properties of HR XPF800-UC are for test pieces taken parallel to the rolling direction unless otherwise stated.
 

    VDA: HR660Y760T-CP HR XPF800-UC
Guaranteed
HR XPF800-UC
Typical
Yield strength Rp0,2 1 (N/mm²)   660 - 820 680 - 820 730      760 2
Tensile strength Rm (N/mm²)   760 - 960 780 - 920 820      840 2
Elongation % t ≤ 3
t > 3
≥ 10
≥ 11
≥ 14
≥ 16
16        14 2
18        15 2
1. Lower yield strength or 0.2 % proof stress applies.
2. These mechanical property values are quoted for the transverse rolling direction.
Hole expansion coefficient values can be supplied (although not as part of the production release test) – please contact us for details.
Elongation after fracture A uses test piece length L0 = 80 mm.
 

Chemical composition

Tata Steel supplies the following cast analysis with maximum values in weight percentages unless shown otherwise:
 

    HR XPF800-UC
C Max. 0.08
Mn Max. 1.7
Si Max. 0.5
P Max. 0.020
S Max. 0.005
Altot   0.015 - 0.1
Cr+Mo Max. 0.3
Nb+Ti Max. 0.2
V Max. 0.3
B Max. 0.008

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-XPF800-Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions
 

HR XPF800-UC is available in pickled condition.

Dimensions in mm.

Thickness Max. width
From - to HR XPF800-UC
2.00 - 2.50 1400 1
2.50 - 3.00 1400
3.00 - 3.50 1475
3.50 - 4.00 1550
4.00 - 4.10 1625
4.10 - 4.30 1640
4.30 - 4.50 1675
4.50 - 5.00 1950 1
5.00 - 6.00 1950 1
1. Dimensional capability under development
Minimum width is 1000 mm.
 

Tolerances

Tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051: 2010.

Tighter tolerances are available, please contact us.
 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-All grades Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:

length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

 

Tolerances on thickness

Tata Steel can supply to full thickness tolerance specified in EN 10051:2010.

Tighter tolerances are available as shown below:

Product type Thickness tolerances available
  (% of full EN 10051:2010 tolerance)
  100% 75% 66% 60% 50% 33%

Steel for forming

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

High-strength low-alloy
(HSLA EN 10149-2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® HSLA

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® Laser

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Structural steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Durbar® floor plate

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Case-hardening steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

High-carbon steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Dual phase steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Hot forming steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Valast® abression resistant steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Steel for pressure vessels

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for gas cylinders

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for linepipe

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Ship plate

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

1. Available for certain grades and thicknesses between 3.0mm and 6.0mm.
Please contact us on the availability of special tolerances to meet your requirements.
 
Tolerances on thickness for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.13

± 0.14

± 0.16

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.14

± 0.16

± 0.17

± 0.19

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.15

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.20

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

± 0.23

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.22

± 0.23

± 0.23

± 0.26

> 8.00

≤ 11.00

± 0.24

± 0.25

± 0.25

± 0.28

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
Re ≤ 300 N/mm2 (category A)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800
 

≤ 2.00

± 0.17

± 0.19

± 0.21

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.18

± 0.21

± 0.23

± 0.25

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.27

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

± 0.31

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.29

± 0.30

± 0.31

± 0.35

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.34

± 0.40

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.37

± 0.43

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.40

± 0.42

± 0.45

± 0.50

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
300 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 360 N/mm2 (category B)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.21

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.29

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.23

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.31

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.36

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.33

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.40

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.46

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.40

± 0.41

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.46

± 0.53

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.52

± 0.58

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
360 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 420 N/mm2 (category C)
Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of

≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.22

± 0.25

± 0.27

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.23

± 0.27

± 0.30

± 0.33

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.26

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.35

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

± 0.40

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.52

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.46

± 0.47

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.48

± 0.49

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.52

± 0.55

± 0.59

± 0.65

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
420 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 900 N/mm2 (category D)

Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.24

± 0.27

± 0.29

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.25

± 0.29

± 0.32

± 0.35

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.28

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

± 0.43

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.41

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.45

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.49

± 0.50

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.52

± 0.53

± 0.56

± 0.64

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.56

± 0.59

± 0.63

± 0.70

All dimensions are mm.

Tolerances on width

Tolerances in mm.

Nominal width w
Mill edges Trimmed edges
lower upper lower upper

 w ≤ 1200

0

20

0

3

 1200 < w ≤ 1850

0

20

0

5

 w > 1850

0

25

0

6

Tolerances  in mm for wide strip and slit wide strip
The tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051:2010.

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:
length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

Edge camber

The deviation from the edge over a length of 5000mm:

• with mill edges, no more than 20mm
• with trimmed edges, no more than 15mm

Flatness

Requirements as regards flatness can be agreed at the time of enquiry.

Option for maximum crown values

The following high crown C40 options available for hot-rolled products.

Crown values on the C20-position as well as minimum crown values on both C20 and C40 position are also available on request.

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)

Category 1

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

40

40

50

50

> 3.00

≤ 6.00

40

50

50

50

> 6.00

≤ 11.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades
(S185-S235-S275 ≤ 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)

Category 2

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 20.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades(S275 > 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)
 and HSLA grades (S315MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 3

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

50

50

60

60

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

50

60

60

60

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

50

60

60

60

> 3.00

≤ 20.00

60

60

70

70

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of HSLA grades
 (S355MC, S420MC, S460MC, S500MC, S550MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 4

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

60

70

70

70

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

60

70

80

80

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

60

70

80

80

> 3.00

≤ 5.00

70

70

80

80

> 5.00

≤ 20.00

80

80

80

80

 

Dimensions and coil weights

Tata Steel can supply hot-rolled steels with the following minimum and maximum dimensions and weights:

Description

Availability

Coil diameter inner non-pickled

762mm

Coil diameter inner pickled

610mm standard

762mm on request

Tolerance on inner diameter

+0/-50mm

Coil diameter outer non-pickled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Max. 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil diameter outer pickled and oiled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Outer diameter

limit 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil weight

Max. 34 tonnes

Additional maximum limits from transport

limits and outer coil diameter

Some HR products may have different

coil weight ranges

KIM: width ≤ 1200mm

15.5 - 23.0 kg/mm width

KIM: 1200 < width ≤ 1700mm

12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

KIM: width > 1700mm

11.0 kg/mm width and 12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

Minimum tonnage per order

Please refer to price list for order quantity details

Minimum order quantities may apply

 

 

 

 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-Heavy+Light further processing

Further processing

Further processing

We have a broad network of Tata Steel service centres across Europe, offering decoiling and slitting services from stock and against short lead times.

Heavy gauge processing

Processing type Decoiling
Thickness range (mm) 1.4 - 25.4
Width range (mm) 300 - 2600
Length range up to 18.4m
Locations UK
Netherlands

 

Light gauge processing

Processing type Slitting Decoiling Blanking
Thickness range (mm) 0.2 - 7.0 0.3 - 6.0 0.3 - 6.0
Width range (mm) 10 - 2050 50 - 2600 200 - 2600
Length range - up to 6m up to 6m
Locations UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Netherlands


For further information please visit our Service Centre webpages.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-HR XPF1000-UC

HR XPF1000-UC
Specification details for HR XPF1000 UC

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS- XPF1000-UC Overview

Overview

HR XPF1000-UC

HR XPF1000-UC outperforms advanced multiphase products of equivalent strength, due to its outstanding hole expansion capacity (HEC) and superior elongation based on its single phase ferrite matrix with nanoparticipation. Enabling further lightweighting , increased production performance or increased energy absorption. Please visit our XPF- key product page for more information.

 

Relationship with standards

Tata Steel can supply the following hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steel grades:

Tata Steel VDA prEN 10338:2009 EN 10083-3:2006
HR FB590-UC HR440Y580T-FB HDT580F -
HR XPF800-UC - - -
HR XPF1000-UC - - -
HR CP800-UC HR660Y780T-CP HDT760C -

1. This grade is also widely known as 22MnB5.

Applications

  • upper and lower control arms
  • engine sub-frames
  • other chassis and suspension components
  • twist beam rear axles
  • wheels

Strength and ductility

Utilising the superior combination of strength and ductility of Tata Steel’s advanced steel portfolio can yield significant lightweighting potential. Component shapes which were previously considered too challenging to make, are now a possibility. This enables designers to integrate high strength and durable materials into their designs to fully unlock the potential of steel.

Increased performance

Application of our advanced steel grades – in place of lower strength, conventional steel grades - can lead to the increased performance of finished components.

Weight reduction

Application of our advanced steel with a lower thickness - in comparison with lower strength, conventional steel grades - can help reduce component weight without compromising performance. This can increase your output per tonne of steel.

Product choice

Our hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steels include ferrite-bainite, complex phase and hot forming steel grades.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-XPF1000-Properties

Properties

Mechanical Properties

The values shown for the mechanical properties of HR XPF1000-UC are for test pieces taken parallel to the rolling direction unless otherwise stated.
 

    HR XPF1000-UC
Guaranteed
HR XPF1000-UC
Typical
Yield strength Rp0,2 1 (N/mm²)   850 - 1000 920      960 2
Tensile strength Rm (N/mm²)   960 - 1120 990      1010 2
Elongation t ≤ 3
t > 3
≥ 11
≥ 12
14        12 2
16        13 2
t = material thickness1. Lower yield strength or 0.2 % proof stress applies.
2. These mechanical property values are quoted for the transverse rolling direction.
Hole expansion coefficient values can be supplied (although not as part of the production release test) – please contact us for details.
Elongation after fracture A uses test piece length L0 = 80 mm.
 

Chemical composition

Tata Steel supplies the following cast analysis with maximum values in weight percentages unless shown otherwise:
 

    HR XPF1000-UC
C Max. 0.13
Mn Max. 1.7
Si Max. 0.5
P Max. 0.02
S Max. 0.05
Altot   0.015 - 0.1
Cr+Mo Max. 0.4
Nb+Ti Max. 0.1
V Max. 0.4
B Max. 0.005

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-XPF1000-Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions
 

HF XPF1000-UC is available in pickled condition.

Dimensions in mm.

Thickness Max. width 
From - to HR XPF1000-UC
2.00 - 2.50 1200
2.50 - 2.80 1400
2.80 - 3.00 1475
3.00 - 3.50 1475 1
3.50 - 4.00 1550 1
4.00 - 4.10 1625 1
4.10 - 4.30 1650 1
4.30 - 4.50 1600 1
1. Dimensional capability under development
Minimum width is 1000 mm.
 

Tolerances

Tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051: 2010.

Tighter tolerances are available, please contact us.
 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-All grades Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:

length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

 

Tolerances on thickness

Tata Steel can supply to full thickness tolerance specified in EN 10051:2010.

Tighter tolerances are available as shown below:

Product type Thickness tolerances available
  (% of full EN 10051:2010 tolerance)
  100% 75% 66% 60% 50% 33%

Steel for forming

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

High-strength low-alloy
(HSLA EN 10149-2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® HSLA

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® Laser

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Structural steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Durbar® floor plate

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Case-hardening steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

High-carbon steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Dual phase steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Hot forming steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Valast® abression resistant steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Steel for pressure vessels

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for gas cylinders

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for linepipe

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Ship plate

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

1. Available for certain grades and thicknesses between 3.0mm and 6.0mm.
Please contact us on the availability of special tolerances to meet your requirements.
 
Tolerances on thickness for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.13

± 0.14

± 0.16

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.14

± 0.16

± 0.17

± 0.19

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.15

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.20

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

± 0.23

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.22

± 0.23

± 0.23

± 0.26

> 8.00

≤ 11.00

± 0.24

± 0.25

± 0.25

± 0.28

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
Re ≤ 300 N/mm2 (category A)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800
 

≤ 2.00

± 0.17

± 0.19

± 0.21

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.18

± 0.21

± 0.23

± 0.25

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.27

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

± 0.31

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.29

± 0.30

± 0.31

± 0.35

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.34

± 0.40

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.37

± 0.43

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.40

± 0.42

± 0.45

± 0.50

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
300 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 360 N/mm2 (category B)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.21

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.29

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.23

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.31

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.36

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.33

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.40

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.46

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.40

± 0.41

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.46

± 0.53

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.52

± 0.58

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
360 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 420 N/mm2 (category C)
Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of

≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.22

± 0.25

± 0.27

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.23

± 0.27

± 0.30

± 0.33

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.26

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.35

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

± 0.40

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.52

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.46

± 0.47

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.48

± 0.49

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.52

± 0.55

± 0.59

± 0.65

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
420 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 900 N/mm2 (category D)

Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.24

± 0.27

± 0.29

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.25

± 0.29

± 0.32

± 0.35

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.28

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

± 0.43

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.41

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.45

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.49

± 0.50

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.52

± 0.53

± 0.56

± 0.64

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.56

± 0.59

± 0.63

± 0.70

All dimensions are mm.

Tolerances on width

Tolerances in mm.

Nominal width w
Mill edges Trimmed edges
lower upper lower upper

 w ≤ 1200

0

20

0

3

 1200 < w ≤ 1850

0

20

0

5

 w > 1850

0

25

0

6

Tolerances  in mm for wide strip and slit wide strip
The tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051:2010.

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:
length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

Edge camber

The deviation from the edge over a length of 5000mm:

• with mill edges, no more than 20mm
• with trimmed edges, no more than 15mm

Flatness

Requirements as regards flatness can be agreed at the time of enquiry.

Option for maximum crown values

The following high crown C40 options available for hot-rolled products.

Crown values on the C20-position as well as minimum crown values on both C20 and C40 position are also available on request.

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)

Category 1

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

40

40

50

50

> 3.00

≤ 6.00

40

50

50

50

> 6.00

≤ 11.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades
(S185-S235-S275 ≤ 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)

Category 2

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 20.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades(S275 > 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)
 and HSLA grades (S315MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 3

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

50

50

60

60

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

50

60

60

60

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

50

60

60

60

> 3.00

≤ 20.00

60

60

70

70

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of HSLA grades
 (S355MC, S420MC, S460MC, S500MC, S550MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 4

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

60

70

70

70

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

60

70

80

80

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

60

70

80

80

> 3.00

≤ 5.00

70

70

80

80

> 5.00

≤ 20.00

80

80

80

80

 

Dimensions and coil weights

Tata Steel can supply hot-rolled steels with the following minimum and maximum dimensions and weights:

Description

Availability

Coil diameter inner non-pickled

762mm

Coil diameter inner pickled

610mm standard

762mm on request

Tolerance on inner diameter

+0/-50mm

Coil diameter outer non-pickled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Max. 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil diameter outer pickled and oiled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Outer diameter

limit 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil weight

Max. 34 tonnes

Additional maximum limits from transport

limits and outer coil diameter

Some HR products may have different

coil weight ranges

KIM: width ≤ 1200mm

15.5 - 23.0 kg/mm width

KIM: 1200 < width ≤ 1700mm

12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

KIM: width > 1700mm

11.0 kg/mm width and 12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

Minimum tonnage per order

Please refer to price list for order quantity details

Minimum order quantities may apply

 

 

 

 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-Heavy+Light further processing

Further processing

Further processing

We have a broad network of Tata Steel service centres across Europe, offering decoiling and slitting services from stock and against short lead times.

Heavy gauge processing

Processing type Decoiling
Thickness range (mm) 1.4 - 25.4
Width range (mm) 300 - 2600
Length range up to 18.4m
Locations UK
Netherlands

 

Light gauge processing

Processing type Slitting Decoiling Blanking
Thickness range (mm) 0.2 - 7.0 0.3 - 6.0 0.3 - 6.0
Width range (mm) 10 - 2050 50 - 2600 200 - 2600
Length range - up to 6m up to 6m
Locations UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Netherlands


For further information please visit our Service Centre webpages.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-HR CP800-UC

HR CP800-UC
Specification details for HR CP800-UC

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS UHSS-HR CP800-UC Overview

Overview

Complex phase – HR CP800-UC

HR CP800-UC is a complex phase advanced high-strength steel featuring a very fine-grained bainitic matrix microstructure combined with a small fraction of ferrite and martensite phases. This microstructure results in a strength of at least 760 MPa combined with an optimal balance between hole expansion capacity (HEC) and material elongation. The balance enables the design of relatively complex-shaped components requiring high strength and fatigue performance to be manufactured by cold stamping or roll forming.
 

Relationship with standards

Tata Steel can supply the following hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steel grades:

Tata Steel VDA prEN 10338:2009 EN 10083-3:2006
HR FB590-UC HR440Y580T-FB HDT580F -
HR XPF800-UC - - -
HR XPF1000-UC - - -
HR CP800-UC HR660Y780T-CP HDT760C -

1. This grade is also widely known as 22MnB5.

Applications

  • upper and lower control arms
  • engine sub-frames
  • other chassis and suspension components
  • twist beam rear axles
  • wheels

Strength and ductility

Utilising the superior combination of strength and ductility of Tata Steel’s advanced steel portfolio can yield significant lightweighting potential. Component shapes which were previously considered too challenging to make, are now a possibility. This enables designers to integrate high strength and durable materials into their designs to fully unlock the potential of steel.

Increased performance

Application of our advanced steel grades – in place of lower strength, conventional steel grades - can lead to the increased performance of finished components.

Weight reduction

Application of our advanced steel with a lower thickness - in comparison with lower strength, conventional steel grades - can help reduce component weight without compromising performance. This can increase your output per tonne of steel.

Product choice

Our hot-rolled advanced and ultra high-strength steels include ferrite-bainite, complex phase and hot forming steel grades.

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-CP800-Properties

Properties

Mechanical Properties

The values shown for the mechanical properties of HR CP800-UC are for test pieces taken parallel to the rolling direction unless otherwise stated.
 

    EN 10338: 2015 VDA 239-100 Tata Steel
    HDT760C HR660Y760T-CP HR CP800-UC Typical
Yield strength Rp0,2 1 (N/mm²)   660 - 830 660 - 820 700
Tensile strength Rm (N/mm²) N/mm² ≥ 760 760 - 960 790
Elongation after fracture A
L0 = 50 mm
% - ≥ 11 16
Elongation after fracture A
L0 = 5,65√S0
% ≥ 12 ≥ 13 17
Elongation after fracture A
L0 = 80 mm
% ≥ 10 ≥ 10 14
1. Lower yield strength or 0.2 % proof stress applies.
2. These mechanical property values are quoted for the transverse rolling direction.
Hole expansion coefficient values can be supplied (although not as part of the production release test) – please contact us for details.
 

Chemical composition

Tata Steel supplies the following cast analysis with maximum values in weight percentages unless shown otherwise:
 

    HR CP800-UC Typical
C Max. 0.18
Mn Max. 2.5
Si Max. 1
P Max. 0.08
S Max. 0.015
Altot   0.015 - 1.2
Cr+Mo Max. 1
Nb+Ti Max. 0.25
V Max. -
B Max. 0.005

 

EN-Automotive-Product-Hot-Rolled-AHSS-CP800-Dimensions

Dimensions

Dimensions
 

HR CP800-UC is available in pickled condition.

Dimensions in mm.

Thickness Max. width
From - to HR CP800-UC
2.50 - 3.00 1450
3.00 - 3.50 1505
3.50 - 4.00 1560
4.00 - 4.10 1570
4.10 - 4.30 1650
4.30 - 4.50 1580
4.50 - 4.70 1450
Minimum width is 1000 mm.
 

Tolerances

Tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051: 2010.

Tighter tolerances are available, please contact us.
 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-All grades Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

Shape and dimensional tolerances

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:

length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

 

Tolerances on thickness

Tata Steel can supply to full thickness tolerance specified in EN 10051:2010.

Tighter tolerances are available as shown below:

Product type Thickness tolerances available
  (% of full EN 10051:2010 tolerance)
  100% 75% 66% 60% 50% 33%

Steel for forming

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

High-strength low-alloy
(HSLA EN 10149-2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® HSLA

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Ympress® Laser

 

 

 

 

Yes

Yes 1

Structural steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes 1

Durbar® floor plate

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Case-hardening steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

High-carbon steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Dual phase steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Hot forming steel

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Valast® abression resistant steel

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Steel for pressure vessels

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for gas cylinders

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Steel for linepipe

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

Ship plate

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

1. Available for certain grades and thicknesses between 3.0mm and 6.0mm.
Please contact us on the availability of special tolerances to meet your requirements.
 
Tolerances on thickness for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.13

± 0.14

± 0.16

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.14

± 0.16

± 0.17

± 0.19

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.15

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.17

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.20

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.18

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.20

± 0.21

± 0.22

± 0.23

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.22

± 0.23

± 0.23

± 0.26

> 8.00

≤ 11.00

± 0.24

± 0.25

± 0.25

± 0.28

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
Re ≤ 300 N/mm2 (category A)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800
 

≤ 2.00

± 0.17

± 0.19

± 0.21

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.18

± 0.21

± 0.23

± 0.25

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.22

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.27

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.26

± 0.28

± 0.29

± 0.31

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.29

± 0.30

± 0.31

± 0.35

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.34

± 0.40

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.37

± 0.43

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.40

± 0.42

± 0.45

± 0.50

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
300 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 360 N/mm2 (category B)
Nominal thickness Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.20

± 0.22

± 0.24

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.21

± 0.24

± 0.26

± 0.29

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.23

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.25

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.31

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.28

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.30

± 0.32

± 0.33

± 0.36

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.33

± 0.35

± 0.36

± 0.40

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.37

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.46

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.40

± 0.41

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.46

± 0.53

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.52

± 0.58

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
360 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 420 N/mm2 (category C)
Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of

≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.22

± 0.25

± 0.27

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.23

± 0.27

± 0.30

± 0.33

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.26

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.29

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.35

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

± 0.40

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.38

± 0.39

± 0.40

± 0.46

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.44

± 0.52

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.46

± 0.47

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.48

± 0.49

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.52

± 0.55

± 0.59

± 0.65

All dimensions are mm.
Tolerances on thickness of steel grades with a specified minimum yield strength
420 N/mm2 < Re ≤ 900 N/mm2 (category D)

Nominal thickness

Tolerances for a nominal width of
≤ 1200 > 1200 > 1500 > 1800
≤ 1500 ≤ 1800

 

≤ 2.00

± 0.24

± 0.27

± 0.29

-

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

± 0.25

± 0.29

± 0.32

± 0.35

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

± 0.28

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

> 3.00

≤ 4.00

± 0.31

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.38

> 4.00

≤ 5.00

± 0.34

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

> 5.00

≤ 6.00

± 0.36

± 0.39

± 0.41

± 0.43

> 6.00

≤ 8.00

± 0.41

± 0.42

± 0.43

± 0.49

> 8.00

≤ 10.00

± 0.45

± 0.46

± 0.48

± 0.56

> 10.00

≤ 12.50

± 0.49

± 0.50

± 0.52

± 0.60

> 12.50

≤ 15.00

± 0.52

± 0.53

± 0.56

± 0.64

> 15.00

≤ 25.00

± 0.56

± 0.59

± 0.63

± 0.70

All dimensions are mm.

Tolerances on width

Tolerances in mm.

Nominal width w
Mill edges Trimmed edges
lower upper lower upper

 w ≤ 1200

0

20

0

3

 1200 < w ≤ 1850

0

20

0

5

 w > 1850

0

25

0

6

Tolerances  in mm for wide strip and slit wide strip
The tolerances for wide strip and slit wide strip comply with standard EN 10051:2010.

The specified values for wide strip do not apply to the uncropped ends of the coil (‘head’ and ‘tail’). The length of these uncropped ends is calculated using the following formula:
length (in metres) = 90/nominal thickness (in mm), with a maximum of 20 metres.

If required, this part of the coil can be removed, however an additional cost may be charged for this.

Edge camber

The deviation from the edge over a length of 5000mm:

• with mill edges, no more than 20mm
• with trimmed edges, no more than 15mm

Flatness

Requirements as regards flatness can be agreed at the time of enquiry.

Option for maximum crown values

The following high crown C40 options available for hot-rolled products.

Crown values on the C20-position as well as minimum crown values on both C20 and C40 position are also available on request.

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values for hot-rolled steel with a low carbon content for cold forming
(DD11-DD14 in EN 10111:2008)

Category 1

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

40

40

50

50

> 3.00

≤ 6.00

40

50

50

50

> 6.00

≤ 11.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades
(S185-S235-S275 ≤ 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)

Category 2

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

40

40

40

40

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

40

40

50

50

> 2.50

≤ 20.00

50

50

50

50

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of structural steel grades(S275 > 10mm in EN 10025-2:2004)
 and HSLA grades (S315MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 3

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

50

50

60

60

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

50

60

60

60

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

50

60

60

60

> 3.00

≤ 20.00

60

60

70

70

 

Maximum Crown C40 in µm values of HSLA grades
 (S355MC, S420MC, S460MC, S500MC, S550MC in EN 10149-2:1996)

Category 4

C40

     
Nominal Thickness

≤ 1200

> 1200

> 1500

> 1800

≤ 1500

≤ 1800

> 1.47

≤ 2.00

60

70

70

70

> 2.00

≤ 2.50

60

70

80

80

> 2.50

≤ 3.00

60

70

80

80

> 3.00

≤ 5.00

70

70

80

80

> 5.00

≤ 20.00

80

80

80

80

 

Dimensions and coil weights

Tata Steel can supply hot-rolled steels with the following minimum and maximum dimensions and weights:

Description

Availability

Coil diameter inner non-pickled

762mm

Coil diameter inner pickled

610mm standard

762mm on request

Tolerance on inner diameter

+0/-50mm

Coil diameter outer non-pickled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Max. 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil diameter outer pickled and oiled

Outer diameter available is 10/7 x width

to reduce possibility of coil tipping over

Outer diameter

limit 2200mm

Min. 1050mm

Coil weight

Max. 34 tonnes

Additional maximum limits from transport

limits and outer coil diameter

Some HR products may have different

coil weight ranges

KIM: width ≤ 1200mm

15.5 - 23.0 kg/mm width

KIM: 1200 < width ≤ 1700mm

12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

KIM: width > 1700mm

11.0 kg/mm width and 12.1 - 21.7 kg/mm width

Minimum tonnage per order

Please refer to price list for order quantity details

Minimum order quantities may apply

 

 

 

 

EN-EngineeringAutomotive-Product-Hot-rolled-Heavy+Light further processing

Further processing

Further processing

We have a broad network of Tata Steel service centres across Europe, offering decoiling and slitting services from stock and against short lead times.

Heavy gauge processing

Processing type Decoiling
Thickness range (mm) 1.4 - 25.4
Width range (mm) 300 - 2600
Length range up to 18.4m
Locations UK
Netherlands

 

Light gauge processing

Processing type Slitting Decoiling Blanking
Thickness range (mm) 0.2 - 7.0 0.3 - 6.0 0.3 - 6.0
Width range (mm) 10 - 2050 50 - 2600 200 - 2600
Length range - up to 6m up to 6m
Locations UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Ireland
Netherlands
Germany
France
Spain
Sweden
Norway
Finland
UK
Netherlands


For further information please visit our Service Centre webpages.