Structural and cold forming steels

                        Want to make your products lighter yet stronger than before?

                        By using thinner and stronger structural and cold forming steels like high-strength, advanced high-strength and ultra-high-strength steels, you can save on production costs thanks to easy bendability, cold-forming properties and surface treatment. Additional savings in welding work and filler materials can also be achieved when material thickness is minimized.

                        For example, a crane that is lighter, longer and stronger reduces the need for movement while increasing payload and efficiency. Upgrading a crane boom to Strenx 1100 MPa from 650 MPa can increase the crane's strength by a full 70?percent, while the amount of material needed to build it is reduced by 40?percent.

                        SSAB's wide range of structural steels
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                        SSAB's top tips for designing with advanced high-strength steel

                        SSAB's top tips for designing with advanced high-strength steel

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                        Strenx high strength structural steels
                        SSAB Domex structural steel
                        Docol automotive steel
                        Metal coated structural steels
                        SSAB Laser Plus structural steel
                        SSAB weathering structural steels

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