Cold rolling

Cold rolling,

Definition of Cold rolling:

  1. Metal forming process in which the shape and structure of steel is altered through drawing, extruding, hammering, pressing, rolling, spinning, and/or stretching at temperatures below the steels recrystalization point (usually room temperature). These operations cause changes in the metals composition which permanently increase its hardness and tensile strength, and enhance surface finish, but decrease ductility and impact resistance.

Meaning of Cold rolling & Cold rolling Definition