Steel has the tendency to cling to its original shape and molecular composition. Why? Because it was given a unique configuration when it was rolled, cooled, and coiled at the steel mill. In its natural state, steel is not at all flat. In fact, a hot-rolled sheet coil generally reveals some or all symptoms of poor flatness (see Figure 1).High Tensile Steel Plates V.K. Industrial Corporation High Tensile Steels are steels at the lower end of the medium-carbon range which have additional alloying ingredients in order to increase their strength, wear properties, and tensile strength. They are hot rolled at extreme temperatures which make them hard enough to bear high temperature and pressure without getting rusty or damaged.