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RFQ: We are searching a supplier in US who has the capacity to fabricate from unkilled low carbon cold rolled aluminium clad carbon steel strip.

STRIP material shall be U.ST.3 with material number 1.0333 according to DIN 1624/EN10139 and the requirements of A.D.Merkblatt W.O Material shall have a tensile strength of 330-380 N/mm2, a minimum yield strength of 260 N/mm2.Minimum carbon steel strip thickness shall be of 1,5mm +0,1/-0mm.

This carbon steel strip is covered with a minimum of 50µ AA1050 aluminium cladding with 0,8% silicium on one side of the carbon steel strip. Tolerances of strip material shall be in accordance with DIN 1544.The width = 462mm ± 0,2mm.Needs: 500000 m/Year

Gendebien G [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Hamon - Belgium


Is Gendebien Georges looking for someone to clad the carbon steel strip with aluminum or take strip already clad with aluminum and fabricate it into tubing?

Richard A. Dean
- San Diego, California


Dear Mr Richard A Dean, We are looking for a supplier to clad aluminum on the carbon steel strip and also an other supplier to produce our tube.For your info we have been in contact with the Steel tube institute and we have consulted 17 possible suppliers. 7 are declined for the rest we are waiting some info. G Gendebien.

Gendebien G [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Hamon - Belgium


RFQ: Dear Sir:

Our company is seeking the metal 0.8MM Mild steel strip (Nickel plated mild steel strip) Grade: C340(DC01) Metal Standard: EN10139 is it eco to the no of Japan JIS 3303. Would you give me some information to me, waiting for you feedback.

Best regards,



Did you find a supplier that could produce tubing from LCS clad with aluminum strip?

Paul Vlahakis
- Ypsilanti, Michigan USA

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