The Investor Relations website contains information about AK Steel's business for stockholders, potential investors, and financial analysts.
AK Steel Enters Licensing Agreement Involving Its Oct 28, 2019 · AK Steel Enters Licensing Agreement Involving Its ULTRALUME® PHS High Strength, High Formability Steel Product. WEST CHESTER, Ohio, Oct. 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AK Steel (NYSE:AKS) announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement involving its aluminized boron press hardenable steel product, ULTRALUME ® PHS. This product is a high strength, high formability steel that is hot stamped into parts for the automotive
May 17, 2017 · AK Steel. AK Steel is a leading producer of flat-rolled carbon, stainless and electrical steel products, and carbon and stainless tubular products, primarily for automotive, infrastructure and manufacturing, electrical power generation and distribution markets. Headquartered in West Chester, Ohio (Greater Cincinnati), the company employs approximately 8,500 men and women at eight steel
AKS Historical Stock PricesAmong its solutions for automotive customers are its press-hardenable steel products for hot-stamping applications. Co.'s ULTRALUME® PHS is an aluminized Type 1 heat-treatable boron steel.
AKS Market Cap HistoryAmong its solutions for automotive customers are its press-hardenable steel products for hot-stamping applications. Co.'s ULTRALUME® PHS is an aluminized Type 1 heat-treatable boron steel. We show 41 historical shares outstanding datapoints in our AKS shares outstanding history coverage, used to compute AKS market cap on those dates.
Among its solutions for automotive customers are its press-hardenable steel products for hot-stamping applications. Co.'s ULTRALUME® PHS is an aluminized Type 1 heat-treatable boron steel. According to our AKS split history records, AK Steel Holding has had 1 split.
Aluminized Type 1 Steel Carbon Steel Types from AK SteelSurface Coating Characteristics. Aluminized Type 1 coating contains approximately 91% aluminum (Al) and 9% silicon (Si) that is metallurgically bonded to the low-carbon steel substrate. The hot dip coating process assures a tightly adherent, uniform coating on both sides of the product. Aluminized Steel Type 1 is supplied in coating weights ranging from T1 13 (0.13 oz./ft.2) to T1 60 (0.60 oz./ft.2).
Carbon Steel Tubing - AK TubeAdvanced high strength steel:DP 600 to 1000, TRIP 600 to 700, ULTRALUME ® PHS Galvalume Carbon Steel Tubing Galvalume carbon steel is a 55% aluminum-zinc coated steel product that is ideally suited for most types of unexposed automotive parts, appliances and miscellaneous applications like furniture, outdoor cabinetry, computer cases, gutters, and pipes.
AK Tube manufactures an extensive selection of carbon and stainless steel tubing products. Hot Rolled, Pickled and Oiled, Cold Rolled, Aluminized, Galvanized, Galvalume, Zinc-Nickel, ULTRALUME ® PHS, ALUMI-THERM ®, Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) and Galvanneal tubing is available in standard shapes including rounds, squares, rectangles and ovals, in sizes ranging from 0.75 - 6.625 in
High Strength Steel Tube Manufacturer AK TubeAutomotive Off Road Vehicles RV/Bus Trailer Truck. Available Grades. 2nd Gen High Strength. All DP 600 to 1000; All TRIP 600 to 700; Aluminized Press Hardened Steels (e.g. ULTRALUME ® PHS) Plus proprietary AK Steel grades such NITRONIC ® 30; 3rd Gen High Strength. AK Steel Proprietary Grades:NEXMET ® 1000; NEXMET ® 1200; What
Third-Gen. AHSS, Press-Hardenable Steels Developed for AK Steel also offers UltraLume press-hardenable steel (PHS), an aluminized Type 1, heat-treatable, boron steel intended for automotive steel applications where ultra-high strength (~1500 MPa), design flexibility and collision protection are key.
ULTRALUME®Press Hardenable Steel (PHS) is an Aluminized Type 1, heat-treatable, boron (B) steel intended for automotive steel applications where high strength, design flexibility and collision protection are paramount. Blanks produced from ULTRALUME PHS are heated in a furnace at 900 950 °C to bring the steel into the austenitic temperature range.