SECC steel

What is SECC?

SECC is a stamping material, which is coated with a zinc layer on the surface of the cold-rolled sheet. Rust and corrosion-resistant. The price is relatively high. The general board thickness is 0.4~3.2mm.

Applicable grades of Japanese electro-galvanized steel sheet: SECC (original plate SPCC), SECD (original plate SPCD), SECE (original plate SPCE) Zinc layer code: E8, E16, E24, E32 Symbol: S-steel (Steel), E-plating (Electrodeposition) ), C-cold rolled (Cold), the fourth C-common grade (common).

SECC Material Specification

Element codeCSiMnPS
Content(%)

The content of other residual elements in steel should meet the following requirements:
Cu<0.15%, Ni<0.15%, Cr<0.15%, As<0.05%, Sn<0.05%.

SECC Steel Material Properties

SECC  Tensile Property:

Tensile StrengthYield StrengthThickness(mm)Elongation %
MPaMPa0.25~0.4~0.6~11.6~≥2.5
300~400250~320≥32≥34≥36≥37≥38≥40

SECC Hardness:

CodeS8421
HRB45~5550~7165~8076~85≥85
*HV95~130115~150140~168≥170

SECC Tolerance:

Thickness(mm)0.2~0.5~0.8~1.0~1.3~1.8~³2.5
Tolerances(mm)±0.04±0.05±0.06±0.07±0.08±0.09±0.10

SECC Application

Cars: body panels, radios, fans, air filters, filters, fuel tanks.

Household appliances: refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, air conditioners, video recorders, CD players, color TVs, tape recorders, microwave ovens, stereos.

Office machines: copiers, electronic computer cases, printers, monitors, telex machines.

Construction: doors, wall partitions, keels.

Production machinery: agricultural machinery, industrial robots

Clean industry: wall decoration in the operating room

Others: distributor, oil storage tank, motor cover, steel furniture floor.

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