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                            Docol 600LA
                            Docol products for automotive

                            Docol® 600LA

                            A hot-rolled steel made for cold forming

                            The Docol? 600LA is a high-strength low-alloy steel that offer consistent properties for modern, rapid production methods.

                            Typical applications include components and parts such as load-bearing structures, for example chassis.

                            Docol® HR600LA-UC can after agreement be adapted and delivered as dual certified with S600MC 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.

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

                            Grade and coating specific restrictions on available dimensions may occur.

                            Available Standards

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                            Docol 600LA

                            Docol 600LA

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