Flat Rolled Stainless Steel Facility
Coshocton Works is located on a 650-acre site in east central Ohio, with stainless finishing operations contained in 570,000 square feet (approximately 13 acres). Following several major expansion programs, Coshocton is one of the nation’s leading producers of flat rolled stainless steel.
Major Production Facilities
- Four anneal and pickle lines
- Bell annealing furnaces
- Two bright anneal lines
- Two Sendzimir (Z) mills
- Two Z-high cold reduction mills
- Two temper mills
- Seven slitting lines
- Packaging line
Flat rolled stainless steels from Coshocton Works include:
- Austenitic (Chrome Nickel) stainless steel grades are ideal for applications that demand extraordinary strength, durability and corrosion resistance. These steels are used in appliances, transportation products, food processing equipment, chemical and petrochemical plants, and industrial equipment.
- Martensitic (Chrome) grades contain higher levels of carbon and offer increased hardenability characteristics for specialty applications such as cutlery, scissors, kitchen utensils and surgical instruments.
- Ferritic (Chrome) grades meet the needs of applications that must withstand extreme heat and corrosive conditions, including automotive and appliance trim, welded tubing, solar panels and hot water heaters.
Coshocton Works has earned IATF 16949 and ISO-9001 certification. The plant is also a recipient of several customer quality and service awards.