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What does VW50065 steel mean?
This is a car steel that meets the Volkswagen standard, and VW50065 represents the Volkswagen corporate standard. In layman’s terms, it means that these steel products are very suitable for Volkswagen.
Volkswagen Standard Automotive Steel is a high-strength, low-alloy steel commonly used in the automotive industry. This steel is known for its excellent weldability, formability and corrosion resistance. It is also one of the most commonly used steels in the manufacture of vehicles.
What are the characteristics of VW50065 steel?
Automotive steel is a key component in vehicle construction. It is a versatile material that can be used to create strong and lightweight components while being able to withstand extreme temperature ranges and conditions. Volkswagen Standard Automotive Steel was developed to meet the specific requirements of Volkswagen’s base models and is currently used worldwide.
VW50065 chemical composition of steel?
Aluminum (Al%): ≧0.010%
These are the most basic chemical element composition standards for Volkswagen steel. Different types of steel will be adjusted accordingly on this basis. For example, VW 50065 CR210LA is a cold-rolled low-alloy steel that meets the VW 50065 standard. Its chemical composition It is formulated according to the following standards: C%≦0.10, Si%≦0.50, Mn%≦1.00, P%≦0.080, S%≦0.030, Ai%≧0.015 Therefore, we integrate the chemical composition of steel according to different types of steel.
Physical properties of VW50065 steel?
Yield strength: 110-1150MPa
The maximum yield strength of Volkswagen standard automotive steel can reach 1150MPa, such as VW 50065 HR900Y1180T-MS, a hot-rolled martensitic steel, which has a very high yield strength.
Tensile strength: 260-1400MPa
The tensile strength of Volkswagen standard automobile steel will also vary according to different steel types. The tensile strength of VW 50065 CR5 is only 260MPa, while the maximum tensile strength of martensitic steel that meets Volkswagen standard can reach 1400MPa.
Elongation after fracture: 20-43% Different types of steel have different elongation after fracture.
The thickness of VW50065 steel?
In general, the maximum thickness of cold-rolled steel sheets is below 0.1–8.0MM, and most of the manufactured cold-rolled steel sheets are below 4.5mm; the thickness of hot-rolled steel sheets is between 1.4mm-8.0mm. The final thickness and width can be presented according to your needs.
How many types of VW50065 steel are there?
In addition to the basic cold-rolled steel sheets and hot-rolled steel sheets that can be used in automobile manufacturing, they can also be divided into the following types according to the type of automobile steel:
Duplex steel (DP): VW 50065 CR290Y490T-DP, mainly used in automotive structural parts, reinforcement parts, and anti-collision parts.
Composite steel (CP): Mainly used for chassis suspension parts, B-pillars, bumpers, seat slide rails, etc.
Transformation-induced plasticity steel (TRIP): VW 50065 CR400Y690T-TR, mainly used for parts with relatively complex structures, such as reinforced B-pillars, front longitudinal beams, etc.
Bake hardening steel (BH): VW 50065 CR180BH, mainly used for automobile outer covering parts.
Martensitic steel (MS): VW 50065 HR900Y1180T-MS, mainly used for simple zero cold stamping and roll forming parts with relatively single cross section.
Quenched ductile steel (QP): mainly used for automotive safety parts and structural parts with relatively complex shapes.
Surface treatment of VW50065 steel?
Surface treatment of steel sheets and strips refers to plating a layer of zinc on the surface of steel to improve the aesthetics, durability, and corrosion resistance of steel. Common galvanizing methods can be divided into two types: electro-galvanizing and hot-dip galvanizing. galvanized.
VW50065 automotive steel above two galvanized can provide you.
What are the advantages of VW50065 automotive steel?
VW Standard Automotive Steel is a high-strength, low-alloy steel ideally suited for use in the automotive industry. It has many advantages over other types of steel, including:
- Increased Strength and Durability: VW Standard Automotive Steel is much stronger than conventional mild steel, making it ideal for applications where strength and durability are critical.
- Improved corrosion resistance: The addition of chromium and other alloying elements give VW standard automotive steel excellent corrosion resistance, meaning it can better withstand the harsh automotive environment.
- Enhanced weldability: The special composition of VW Standard Automotive Steel makes it easier to weld than other types of steel, ensuring strong and reliable joints.
- Excellent Formability: The combination of high strength and good formability makes VW Standard Automotive Steel ideal for a wide range of automotive applications.
Cost-effective: Despite its many benefits, VW standard automotive steel is cost-effective to produce, making it an affordable option for automakers.
How to identify VW50065 steel?
The steel requirements of the Volkswagen Group are contained in the VW 50065 standard. Three main types of steel are used in the automotive industry: ferritic, martensitic and austenitic. Ferritic steels are magnetic and low in carbon. They are commonly used in body panels because they are easy to form and weld. Martensitic steels are hard and strong, but become brittle at low temperatures. They are often used in suspension components because they need to be strong but lightweight. Austenitic steels are non-magnetic and have a high carbon content. They are commonly used in engine components because they can withstand high temperatures and pressures.
To comply with VW 50065, steel products must meet the following criteria:
– The product must be made of one of the above three types of steel.
– The product must have a tensile strength of at least 260 MPa.
– The product must have a minimum yield strength of 110 MPa.
– The product must have an elongation of at least 20%.