HOT ROLLED AND COLD ROLLED
Hot Rolled Steel

- Steel that is brought to its final thickness by rolling it on a high temperature hot-rolling facility.

- Benefits/Uses: Used for high strength, less critical applications such as guard rails.

Cold Rolled Steel

- Flat rolled steel that has its final thickness determined by being rolled at room temperature.

- Benefits/Uses: Cold Rolled Steel on the other hand is usually used for painted applications.
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