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                            Strenx 110 XF

                            Strenx® 110 XF

                            The thermomechanically rolled steel for cold forming

                            Strenx® 110 XF is a thermomechanically rolled steel at 110 ksi made for cold forming and used for light and heavy transportation components and solutions.  It comes in coils, slit coils and cut-to-length sheets.

                            Thickness measurements in inches can be found in the data sheet. 

                            Dimension Range

                            Strenx® 110 XF is available in thicknesses of 0.079 - 0.393 inches (2-10 mm), and in widths up to 63 inches (1600 mm) as coil, slit coil and cut to length sheets in lengths up to 630 inches (16000 mm).

                            Available Standards

                            EN 10051

                            EN 10163-2 Class A, Subclass 3

                            Strenx 110 XF

                            Strenx 110 XF

                            USED FOR
                            DIMENSIONS
                            STANDARDS
                            DATA SHEET
                            USED FOR

                            Structural

                            DIMENSIONS

                            T: 2 - 10 mm

                            W: Up to 1600 mm

                            L: Up to 16000 mm

                            STANDARDS

                            EN 10051

                            EN 10163-2 Class A, Subclass 3

                            DATA SHEET

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