Kamlesh Metal & Alloy offers the highest grade Dual-phase steel with exceptional formability. These materials are sold in both the domestic and international markets. Steel that is dual-phase and has high formability is commonly utilized in high-end industrial applications and automobiles.
The details of Dual-phase with high formability steel are:
Manganese, chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, and nickel, used in combination, also significantly help to improve hardenability in Dual-phase with high formability steel.
Dual-phase steels are made up of martensite – ferrite in 5–20 % composition. Steels with excellent formability have a multiphase microstructure that includes a ferrite framework, martensite, bainite, and a large proportion of residual austenite.
At higher stresses, A larger quantity (D-dynamic load H-high tensile strength) of residual austenite gets converted into martensite at an improving rate.
What are the characteristics of Dual-phase with high formability steel?
Dual Steels have high flexibility, making them the best for making complicated shapes and sizes of car safety components.
High global and local formability and more elongation and edge fracture resistance than standard Dual Phase.
Compression failure resistance is high.
What are the advantages of Dual-phase with high formability steel?
DH steels provide excellent and progressive crash-energy absorption because of strong strain hardening during crash deformation.
It has excellent, consistent elongation and resilience to fatigue.
What are the uses of Dual-phase with high formability steel?
Dual-phase material with excellent formability Steel is utilized mostly in cross members and cross beams, dashboard panels, flooring, sills, reinforcements, passenger safety cage, roof, side, front, and rear rails, frame rails, reinforcements, and seat frames.
|Product Family||Product name||Coating||Dimensions||Standards|
|Docol 600DH||Docol CR330Y590T-DH||GI|| T: 0.80 – 2.40 mm
W: Up to 1400 mm
|Docol 800DH||Docol CR440Y780T-DH||GI|| T: 0.80 – 2.00 mm
W: Up to 1400 mm
|C||Si||Mn||P||S||Altotal||Cr + Mo||Nb + Ti||V||B||Cu|
Cold-rolled dual phase steels are widely specified for their lightweight and energy-absorbing performance in automotive structural and crash components, including car parts with complex geometries. Applications include:
• Cross members
• Engine cradles
• Floor panels
• Front sub-frame package trays
• Longitudinal beams
• Pillars and pillar reinforcements
• Rails: front, rear and roof
• Rear shock reinforcements
• Side members
• Sill (rocker) reinforcements
• Tunnels and reinforcements