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                        Docol 900M
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                        Docol® 900 M

                        Docol® martensitic steels range from 900-1700 Mpa

                        This steel has a very high yield strength and an extremely high tensile strength. In addition to its good draw ability and good edge stretching properties; it is also good in welding. A robust and cost effective side impact beam can be made from advanced high strength steel with a strength level of 800 MPa. However for lower weight and improved safety, we recommend a minimum of 1400 MPa. For best weight reduction you should use higher grades with reduced thickness.

                        Read about all our Martensitic steels.

                        We supply many steel grades according to standards like EN, VDA and different OEM standards. If you don't find a specific standard in the table below, please contact your nearest SSAB representative for more detailed information.

                        Dimension Range

                        Cold rolled / UC, EG: thickness 0.50-2.10 mm, width up to 1527 mm.

                        Slit strip and cut to length sheets are available upon request.

                        Grade and coating specific restrictions on available dimensions may occur.

                        Available Standards

                        SSAB

                        Docol 900M

                        Docol 900M

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