Steel Temper Rolling

There’s flat. And then there’s temper rolled.
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Temper roll forming consistency

Temper rolling is the process of lightly cold rolling sheet steel. It is typically done after the annealing process, or hot roll after pickling, to improve flatness, minimize any tendency to stretch, strain, and flute, and create a specific surface texture.

How It Works

Consistent thickness. With the exact finish you need.

The thickness of your steel can typically be reduced 0.5 to 6 percent, changing the gauge and minimizing drawing inconsistencies in the steel. Temper rolling will also ensure your steel obtains the desired surface texture—from matte to finely polished—and mechanical properties. For forming and drawing applications, temper rolled steel ensures you a smooth surface.

Our Capacity

Temper a wide range of specs.

Technical DataUS Metric
Material Thickness.010” - .500”2.54 - 12.7mm
Material Width1.00” - 72”25.4 - 1828.8mm
Incoming OD (max)72”1828.8mm
Outgoing ID (max)16”, 20”, 24”406.4, 508, 609.6mm
Weight (max)30,000 lbs13,607 kg
Gauge MonitoringIsotopeN/A

Full Capabilities

Check out our wide-ranging capabilities.

Collaborate with us to create the exact steel you need. We have the expertise, experience, and capacity to make your process even more efficient by adding:

  • Pickling, skin pass temper rolling
  • First operation blanking, dry lube
  • Slitting, oscillate slitting
  • Cold rolling, one-pass rolling
  • Hydrogen annealing
  • Cut-to-length sheets
  • Galvanizing, galvalume, acrylic


Technical Solution

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