Cold-rolled strip steel

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Cold-rolled strip steel is a type of steel that has undergone a specific manufacturing process known as cold rolling. This method is used to shape and enhance the properties of the steel by passing it through rollers at low temperatures, typically room temperature or slightly lower. The benefits of cold-rolled strip steel include better precision and improved surface properties with smoother thickness. Since cold-rolled strip steel is often used in the manufacturing of products where surface properties are important, processes such as galvanization, painting, or application of protective films are common to enhance corrosion resistance and provide increased durability.