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                            Docol 550LA
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                            Docol® 550LA

                            Hot rolled high-strength low-alloy steels

                            The Docol? 550LA steels are high-strength low-alloy steels that offer consistent properties for modern, rapid production methods.

                            These steels are suitable for operations where higher strength is needed. It offers consistent properties for modern, rapid production methods. 

                            Typical applications include bent profiles.

                            Docol® HR550LA-UC can after agreement be adapted and delivered as dual certified with S550MC according to EN 10149-2:2010.

                            We supply many steel grades according to standards like EN, VDA and different OEM standards. If you don't find a specific standard in the table below, please contact your nearest SSAB representative for more detailed information.

                            Dimension Range

                            Hot rolled / UC: thickness 2.00-6.00 mm, width up to 1600 mm.

                            Hot rolled / GI: thickness 2.00-2.50 mm, width up to 1170 mm.

                            Slit strip and cut to length sheets are available upon request.

                            Grade and coating specific restrictions on available dimensions may occur.

                            Available Standards

                            VDA 239-100:2016

                            Docol 550LA

                            Docol 550LA

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                            USED FOR

                            Automotive

                            STANDARDS

                            VDA239-100:2016

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