Properties

This is a range of cold rolled non-alloyed mild steel grades with guaranteed maximum yield and tensile strength, guaranteed minimum ductility (elongation at fracture) and good formability (n and r values). These grades comply with the requirements of the EN 10130:2006 standard and are obtained after either batch or continuous annealing.

Advantages

These steel grades have excellent formability, which facilitates cold forming operations, and are ideal for deep drawing.

ArcelorMittal's range of steels for cold forming offer excellent forming performance, due to the low scattering of their chemical composition and their mechanical properties, which guarantees processing consistency.

Applications

They are used for bending and deep drawing forming processes for applications where strength, rigidity and ductility are required. Typical applications are to be found in the automotive industry, the domestic appliance sector, metal furniture, drums, radiators, fans, tubes and small profiles. Uncoated cold rolled steels for cold forming are suitable for food contact, under certain conditions laid down in the Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 and the French standard NF A 36-714. Please contact us for further information on this subject.

Surface quality

Surface appearance

ArcelorMittal offers two types of surface quality for these grades:

 

Surface roughness

A wide range of roughness levels according to the EN 10130 standard can be supplied. Unless otherwise specified when ordering, coils will be supplied with standard roughness (0.6 Ám < Ra < 1.9 Ám).

Formability

ArcelorMittal steels for cold forming (grades DC03 to DC07) have good or even excellent drawability in all types of forming processes. They can be used to manufacture complex, multifunctional parts, and allow significant savings.

Forming limit curves can be used to define the maximum strains not to be exceeded when forming steel by various methods, so as to avoid the risk of incipient necking. These curves are available on request.

Weldability

Weldability is guaranteed when using the usual processes. Please specify which process you intend to use when ordering.

Fatigue resistance

Fatigue resistance is generally expressed as an endurance limit, corresponding to the maximum stress resisted for a given number of cycles before failure. The table below gives some examples of 5 million cycle endurance limits under fluctuating tension with a stress ratio Rs = 0.1.

 Thickness5 million cycle endurance limit (MPa)
DC04 AM FCE2 mm267
DC05 AM FCE1.2 mm235
DC06 AM FCE1 mm211

A complete database of fatigue resistance data on this range of steels is available on request.

Brand correspondence

 EN 10130:2006CSNPN-81/H-92121:1981PN-87/H-92143:1987ASTMJIS G3141:1996EN 10027-2:1992Old brand names
DC01 EN 10130 DC0111331(B,G) A 366 CQSPCC1.0330 
DC02 AM FCE         
DC03 EN 10130 DC03       
DC03 AM FCE DC0311301 (SB)A 619 DQSPCD1.0347Solstamp 03
DC04 EN 10130 DC04       
DC04 AM FCE DC0411305 (SSB)A 620 DQSKSPCE1.0338Solstamp 04
DC05 EN 10130 DC05  (USB)  1.0312Solstamp 05
DC06 EN 10130 DC06     1.0873Solstamp 06
DC07 EN 10130 DC07     1.0898 
Grades in italics: not included in the standard
() Closest grade as no fully equivalent grade exists.

Dimensions

Thickness (mm)Min widthDC01 EN 10130, DC02 AM FCEDC03 EN 10130, DC03 AM FCE, DC04 EN 10130, DC04 AM FCEDC05 EN 10130DC06 EN 10130DC07 EN 10130
Max widthMax widthMax widthMax widthMax width
0.40 ≤ th < 0.456001635163516351480-
0.45 ≤ th < 0.50
0.50 ≤ th < 0.5516751675165015901640
0.55 ≤ th < 0.6018651860186016401750
0.60 ≤ th < 0.651880188018351865
0.65 ≤ th < 0.701885
0.70 ≤ th < 0.751975197519751920
0.75 ≤ th < 0.802065206520652000
0.80 ≤ th < 2.852065
2.85 ≤ th < 3.00

Mechanical properties

 
Direction
Thickness (mm)
Re (MPa)
Rm (MPa)
A80 (%)
MP guarantees (Months)
r 90
n 90
DC01 EN 10130T0.3 - 0.5140 - 320270 - 410≥ 24---
0.5 - 0.7140 - 300≥ 26
0.7 - 3140 - 280≥ 28
DC02 AM FCET0.3 - 0.5170 - 320270 - 400≥ 26---
0.5 - 0.7170 - 300≥ 28
0.7 - 3170 - 280≥ 30
DC03 EN 10130T0.3 - 0.5140 - 280270 - 370≥ 30≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7140 - 260≥ 32≥ 1.3
0.7 - 2140 - 240≥ 34
2 - 3≥ 1.1
DC03 AM FCET0.3 - 0.5140 - 280280 - 360≥ 30≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7140 - 260≥ 32≥ 1.3≥ 0.160
0.7 - 2180 - 230≥ 34
2 - 3≥ 1.1
DC04 EN 10130T0.3 - 0.5140 - 250270 - 350≥ 34≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7140 - 230≥ 36≥ 1.6≥ 0.180
0.7 - 2140 - 210≥ 38
2 - 3≥ 1.4
DC04 AM FCET0.3 - 0.5140 - 250270 - 350≥ 34≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7140 - 230≥ 36≥ 1.8≥ 0.190
0.7 - 2140 - 210≥ 38
2 - 3≥ 1.6
DC05 EN 10130T0.3 - 0.5140 - 220270 - 330≥ 36≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7140 - 200≥ 38≥ 1.9≥ 0.200
0.7 - 2140 - 180≥ 40
2 - 3≥ 1.7
DC06 EN 10130T0.3 - 0.5120 - 210270 - 330≥ 37≥ 6--
0.5 - 0.7120 - 190≥ 39≥ 2.1≥ 0.220
0.7 - 2120 - 170≥ 41
2 - 3≥ 1.9
DC07 EN 10130T0.5 - 0.7100 - 170250 - 310≥ 42≥ 6≥ 2.5≥ 0.230
0.7 - 2100 - 150≥ 44
2 - 3≥ 2.3
Grades in italics: not included in the standard
Values in bold: tighter than the standard


Chemical composition

 
C (%)
Mn (%)
P (%)
S (%)
Si (%)
Al (%)
Ti (%)
Galvanisation
DC01 EN 10130 ≤ 0.120 ≤ 0.60 ≤ 0.045 ≤ 0.045 - - - No
DC02 AM FCE 0.020 - 0.100 ≤ 0.60 ≤ 0.025 ≤ 0.025 ≤ 0.03 ≥ 0.020 - Class 1
DC03 EN 10130 ≤ 0.100 ≤ 0.45 ≤ 0.035 ≤ 0.035 - - - -
DC03 AM FCE ≤ 0.100 ≤ 0.45 0.025 0.025 0.03 0.020 - Class 1
DC04 EN 10130 ≤ 0.080 ≤ 0.40 ≤ 0.030 ≤ 0.030 - - - -
DC04 AM FCE ≤ 0.080 ≤ 0.40 0.025 0.025 0.03 0.020 - Class 1
DC05 EN 10130 ≤ 0.060 ≤ 0.35 ≤ 0.025 ≤ 0.025 - - - -
DC06 EN 10130 ≤ 0.020 ≤ 0.25 ≤ 0.020 ≤ 0.020 - - ≤ 0.300 -
DC07 EN 10130 ≤ 0.010 ≤ 0.20 ≤ 0.020 ≤ 0.020 - - ≤ 0.200 -
Grades in italics: not included in the standard
Values in bold: tighter than the standard


For commercial information (quotations, deliveries, product availability):

For technical questions about these products: flateurope.technical.assistance@arcelormittal.com


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