Standardized Rolled Product

Standardized Rolled Product

 

the final product of hot-rolling mills. Standardized rolled products are primarily rails and beams, heavy, medium, and light sections, strips, wire, and specialty products. Rolled metal products have a variety of solid cross sections, which sometimes vary over the length of the item. They are used in the manufacture of machine parts, structural elements, and elsewhere.

In the USSR, the range of standardized rolled products includes the following basic types: tubular blanks (round or square), railroad rails, beams, and channels (including irregularly shaped sections), heavy, medium, and light steel sections (bars, rods, and square sections, strips, angular sections, deformed bars used as the reinforcement in reinforced concrete, and shapes), wire rod, strips, and structural steel sections. Structural steel sections may be simple sections (round, square, and flattened), hexagonal sections, or shaped sections with other contours (grooved sections, automotive wheel rims, rings, bands, and railroad wheels). The shapes, dimensions, and tolerances of standardized rolled products and the quality of the metal used are prescribed by standards.

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