Rolled Strip Steel has thickness tolerance of ±0.00025 in.
January 31, 2003 -
Cold rolled strip steel thickness tolerance of ±0.00025 in. is provided on low carbon, high carbon, and alloy steels in grades from 1006-1095 from 0.020-0.187 in. thick. Various surface finishes are offered, including high luster Best Bright, Regular Bright, dull, and matte. Variety of tempers and edge types are also available.
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Dover, OH, 44622
Strip Steel Thickness Tolerance of +/- 0.00025 Inch Offered by Greer Steel
Dover, OH - A tight cold rolled strip steel thickness tolerance of +/- 0.00025" is available from Greer Steel to help manufacturers make higher quality parts. By providing these consistent tight material tolerances, manufacturers can be assured that settings on production equipment such as stamping presses, will produce the same part quality level from the first part produced to the last.
Greer provides this thickness tolerance on low carbon, high carbon and alloy steels in grades from 1006 to 1095 from 0.020" to 0.187" thick. A variety of surface finishes including high luster Best Bright, Regular Bright, dull and matte are available, as well as various tempers and edge types.
Greer Steel, founded in 1917, produces cold rolled strip steel to customer specifications including various grades, surface finishes, edge finishes, widths and lengths. The company is headquartered and has its main plant in Dover, Ohio and also has a service center in Ferndale, Michigan. Both facilities are ISO 9002 certified and the Dover facility's metals laboratory is A2LA certified.
For more information contact: Mr. David Peters, Greer Steel, 624 Boulevard, Dover, OH 44622, Phone: 1-800-388-2868, Fax: 1-330-343-1700, Internet: www.greersteel.com.