NanoSteel Advanced High Strength Sheet Steel

By: NanoSteel®  05/07/2014
Keywords: Automotive, Sheet Steel

NanoSteel’s nano-structured sheet steel breakthrough design delivers a combination of high strength and high ductility in cold formable steel. Through these unique performance capabilities, NanoSteel will allow the use of thinner, higher-strength gauges in the pursuit of lighter vehicles with better fuel economy without compromising safety. NanoSteel’s AHSS sheet designs will also enable the auto industry to continue to utilize the scale and efficiencies of the steel industry’s existing infrastructure. NanoSteel’s sheet development is the result of progressive generations of steel commercial products and the company’s first significant monolithic steel application.

Keywords: Automotive, Sheet Steel

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