Hot-rolling refers to a mill process in which you roll the steel at a temperature above its recrystallization temperature; a heat that typically exceeds 1000° F. When steel is heated past its recrystallization point.

Due to its much simpler processing methods, hot rolled steel can be easily formed and shaped into any form requested. It is amongst the most diverse and multitudinous types of steel in the industry. This steel is greatly advantageous in the production of structural or sectional modules due to its level of malleability. The hot rolled option is perfect to suit components of larger dimensions.

Used in welding and boiler making, hot rolled steel is ideal to construct materials such as railroad tracks and l-beams. Another advantage of hot rolled steel is that the surface finish of the product is not an issue.