1.1   This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from low carbon, unalloyed and alloyed steels in accordance with Table 1.
These products are suitable for cold forming. They are also suitable for surface coating. On the other hand, they are not suitable for hardening treatment followed by tempering.
1.2   This European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:
-   cold rolled non-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10106);
-   grain-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10107);
-   cold rolled electrical non-alloy and alloy steel sheet and strip delivered in the semi-processed state (EN 10341);
-   cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment (EN 10132 1 to −4);
-   cold rolled steel flat products with higher yield strength for cold forming (EN 10268);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);
-   cold reduced blackplate in coil form for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel (EN 10205);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for vitreous enamelling (EN 10209).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously electrolytic zinc coated cold rolled flat products of low carbon steels suitable for cold forming according to Table 1 in rolled widths above or equal to 600 mm and thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to and including 3 mm, delivered as strip (in coil form), sheet, slit strip or cut lengths obtained from slit strip or sheet.
NOTE 1 This European Standard can also be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated flat products of:
a) steels according to EN 10139 (cold rolled strip in rolled widths < 600 mm),
b) steels normally characterized by minimum yield strength or minimum tensile strength values in addition to formability parameters, e. g. 1) steels with high yield strength and improved formability according to EN 10268 (cold rolled flat products), 2) multiphase steels (cold rolled or hot rolled) according to prEN 10338, 3) steels for construction according to national or regional standards (see e. g. DIN 1623).
NOTE 2 By agreement at the time of enquiry and order this European Standard can be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated hot-rolled steel flat products (e.g. according to EN 10025-1 and -2, EN 10111, EN 10149-1 to EN 10149-3, etc.).
NOTE 3 As the mass of the zinc coating applied is relatively small, the material is not intended to withstand outside exposure without further chemical treatment and painting.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for blackplate product in the form of coils intended for direct use and mostly for the production of tinplate, electrolytically chromium / chromium oxide plate (ECCS) and electrolytically zinc coated plate.
Blackplate is specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from typical 0,10 mm up to 0,60mm.
This European Standard applies to coils in nominal minimum widths of 600 mm.
In addition to this standard the general technical delivery conditions of EN 10021 apply.
NOTE   Standard width coils for specific uses, e.g. tab stock, can be slit into narrow strip for supply in coil form.

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This European Standard describes the requirements for laser welded tailored blanks made of alloyed and unalloyed steels, of uniform or different steel grades and with or without metallic and/or organic coatings, having uniform or different sheet thickness. It applies only to the (Tailored Blanks) as-supplied condition of tailored blanks.
After the welding process, tailored blanks are further processed to pressed parts by forming operations under the responsibility of the processor. In the design of the component due consideration should be given to the fact that the weld seam is less formable in comparison to the base material.

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This European Standard applies to hot rolled and cold rolled non-coated steel flat products made of multiphase steels for cold forming. It covers cold rolled products of thickness equal to or less than 3 mm and hot rolled products of thickness equal to or less than 6 mm.
These products are delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip.
Flat products of multiphase steels for cold forming may be delivered with an electrolytically zinc coating according to EN 10152.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip coated products made of low carbon steels for cold forming, of steels for construction, of steels with high proof strength for cold forming and coated with zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ), aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) or zinc-magnesium alloy (ZM) and for continuously hot-dip coated products made of multiphase steels for cold forming coated with zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA) or zinc-magnesium alloy (ZM) in thicknesses of 0,20 mm ≤ t < 3,0 mm.
By agreement at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard is applicable to continuously hot-dip coated flat products of an expanded validity range defined for thicknesses t < 0,20mm or in thicknesses 3,0mm < t < 6,5mm with agreed mechanical properties and test specimens, adhesion of coating and surface condition requirements.
The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This document applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it (≥ 600 mm width) and cut lengths
(< 600 mm width).
NOTE 1   Products coated with (pure) aluminium can also be available, but are not covered by this European standard.
NOTE 2   The products covered by this European Standard are used where cold formability, high strength, a defined minimum yield strength and corrosion resistance are the most important factors. Corrosion resistance of the product is proportional to the coating thickness, hence to its mass (see also 7.3.2). The products covered by this European Standard can be used as substrates for organic coated flat products specified in EN 10169 for building and general engineering applications.
NOTE 3   By agreement at the time of enquiry and order, this European standard is applicable to other continuously hot-dip coated hot rolled steel flat products (e.g. in accordance with EN 10149-2).

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This European Standard defines the measurement conditions for surface roughness parameters of metallic flat products, both uncoated (cold and hot rolled pickled steel) and coated with metallic coatings (e.g. zinc, aluminium, tin, chromium) (see 3.1).

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This European Standard applies to cold rolled uncoated steel flat products for cold forming with high yield strength. The thickness is equal to or less than 3 mm.
These products are delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip, narrow strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip, narrow strip or sheet.

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This European Standard applies to cold rolled non-coated low carbon steel flat products in rolled widths equal to or over 600 mm and in thicknesses equal to or less than 3 mm, delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip or sheet.
It does not apply to cold rolled narrow strip (rolling width < 600 mm) nor to cold rolled flat products for which there is a specific standard, in particular the following:
-   cold-rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);
-   cold-rolled non oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in fully processed state (EN 10106);
-   cold rolled electrical non-alloy and alloy steel sheet and strip delivered in the semi-processed state (EN 10341);
-   cold reduced blackplate (EN 10205);
-   steel sheet and strip for welded gas cylinders (EN 10120);
-   cold-rolled uncoated non-alloy mild steel narrow strip for cold forming (EN 10139);
-   cold-rolled structural steels for general purposes;
-   cold-rolled flat products made of high yield strength for cold forming (EN 10268).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products. It particularly specifies the performance requirements.
The products covered are wide strip, sheet cut from wide strip, slit wide strip, strip rolled in widths less than 600 mm and cut lengths (from sheet or strip).
NOTE   This document is not applicable to continuously organic coated flat products made of:
-   tinmill products,
-   electrical steels.

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This European Standard specifies the grades of continuously hot rolled low carbon steel sheet and strip (in coils) for cold forming.
Depending on its actual width, strip is classified as:
-   hot rolled wide strip if its width is greater than or equal to 600 mm;
-   hot rolled slit wide strip if its width is less than 600 mm.
For each grade, it specifies the chemical composition and the mechanical properties.
This European Standard is applicable to products of thickness not less than 1,0 mm and not exceeding 11 mm.
This European Standard is not applicable to products covered by other standards, such as:
-   hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steels for general use (see EN 10025 all parts);
-   steel sheet for pressure purposes (see EN 10028 all parts);
-   steel sheet for welded gas cylinders (see EN 10120);
-   quenched and tempered steels (see EN 10083-1 and EN 10083-2).

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This document specifies a method using a barcoding system for tracing isolated defects that can be present in the following kinds of coated or uncoated steel flat products, for example:
-   electro-galvanised surface;
-   galvanised surface;
-   galvannealed surface;
-   cold rolled surface.
This method, named "quality tracking", aims to transfer additional material information to steel users, in particular the location of some isolated defects, in a reliable way. This method enables the manufacturer or purchaser to remove blanks or coils containing defects.
The method uses a 1D barcode to identify each section of steel strip.
NOTE 1   The stakeholders most involved in this technique are suppliers of steel flat products, car makers, appliance makers, part manufacturers, blanking line builders, steel processors, service centres, etc. All stakeholders can benefit from this project since defects can be traced, and, therefore, the steel containing defects can be eliminated or set apart of the production line.
NOTE 2   In the first stages of development, this method was called "defect tracking" (see [3]) and has been changed into "quality tracking" at the beginning of the standardization process.    
NOTE 3   Quality tracking can be applied to other types of coated or uncoated steel flat products such as pickled and oiled, organic coated, and steels for packaging. Quality tracking can be applied for coiled materials for which the technology of quality tracking is applicable.
NOTE 4   If quality tracking data are used outside of the purpose of quality tracking, it is under the responsibility of the user.
NOTE 5   Quality tracking can be applied to other materials than steel.
NOTE 6   The way to collect the information to be transferred to the user is out of the scope of this document.

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This European Standard applies to cold rolled uncoated low carbon steel flat products in rolled widths equal to or over 600 mm for cold forming, with a minimum thickness of 0,35 mm and, unless otherwise agreed at the time of inquiry and order, equal to or less than 3 mm, delivered in sheet, coil, slit coil, or cut lengths obtained from slit coil or sheet.
It does not apply to cold rolled narrow strip (rolling width < 600 mm) nor to flat cold rolled products for which there is a specific standard, in particular the following:
   cold rolled non-grain oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10106);
   semi-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits (EN 10126 and EN 10165);
   blackplate in coils (EN 10205);
   cold rolled flat products in high yield strength steels for cold forming (EN 10268);
   cold rolled uncoated non-alloy mild steel narrow strip for cold forming (EN 10139);
                cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for vitreous enamelling (EN 10209).

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This European Standard applies to cold rolled uncoated and electrolytically zinc or zinc-nickel coated low carbon and high yield strength steel flat products for cold forming with a minimum thickness of 0,35 mm and, unless otherwise agreed at the time of ordering, less than or equal to 3 mm thick, delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip or sheet. The concerned standards are EN 10130, EN 10152, EN 10271, EN 10209, EN 10268 and prEN 10338.
It does not apply to cold rolled strip (rolled width < 600 mm) or to flat cold rolled products for which there is a specific standard, in particular the following:
   cold rolled non-grain oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10106);
   semi-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits (EN 10126 and 10165);
   tinplate and ECCS (EN 10202);
   blackplate in coils (EN 10205);
cold rolled uncoated non-alloy mild steel narrow strip for cold forming (EN 10139).

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1.1   This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths, in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from unalloyed and alloyed steels, mainly those specified in EN 10132,
EN 10139 and prEN 10338, with the exception of stainless and heat-resisting steels and the products given in 1.2.
The application of this European Standard to products with other dimensions shall be agreed separately.
1.2   This European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:
   cold rolled non-oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10106);
   grain-oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10107);
   semi-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits (EN 10126 and EN 10165);
   cold rolled uncoated low carbon and high yield strength steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10131);
cold reduced blackplate (EN 10205).

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This European Standard applies to continuously zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) and aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) hot-dip coated flat products made of low carbon and high strength steels for cold forming and of structural steels with a minimum thickness of 0,20 mm and a maximum thickness of 6,50 mm, delivered as sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip or sheet. The concerned standards are EN 10292, EN 10326, EN 10327 and hot-dip coated products according to prEN 10336.
It does not apply for
   hot-rolled sheet and strip without coating (see EN 10051) and
uncoated or electrolytically coated cold rolled sheet and strip (see EN 10131).

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This document specifies the maximum content for alloying and residual elements (see Table 1) present in steel (usually called blackplate) used in the manufacture of packaging and packaging components or for coated steel which, as a finished product, are intended for use in direct contact with foodstuffs, products and beverages for human and pet food. For such use blackplate is normally coated but can be used uncoated for some fatty or dry products.
The main examples of use are:
-   tinplate and electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel for the manufacture of food and beverage cans ;
-    cans for conditioning foodstuffs (sugar, tea, cake, chocolate, pasta, etc.) ;
-   non-mineral oil drums, kegs, barrels.
The choice of material should be appropriate for the conditions of use.
This standard applies to cold-rolled strips in the form a coil or sheets.
This standard does not apply to categories of steel other than steel for packaging intended for use in contact with foodstuffs, products or beverages for human or animal consumption.

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This document specifies the base steel to be used and the composition of the metallic coating to be used for the manufacture of lacquered electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel and articles which, as a finished product, are intended for use in direct contact with foodstuffs or products for human or animal consumption.
The main examples of use are:
-   drinks cans,
-   food cans,
-   closures and ends.
The material should be chosen in accordance with the conditions for its use.
This standard does not apply to categories of steel other than steel for packaging intended for use in contact with foodstuffs, products or beverages for human consumption or animal consumption.

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This document specifies the composition of the base steel used for the production of tinplate for use in direct contact with foodstuffs or products for human and animal consumption as well as the composition of tin used to coat it. Tinplate can be produced with or without an organic coating.
The main examples of use are:
-   drinks cans,
-   food cans,
-   packaging of dry foods,
-   aerosol cans.
The material should be chosen in accordance with the conditions for its use.
This standard does not apply to categories of steel other than steel for packaging intended for use in contact with foodstuffs, products or beverages for human or animal consumption.

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CMC - Superseeding note
TC - Modifications to Clause 5, C.5.3, C.6, E.1.6, E.2.3.2, E.2.6, Figures E.1, E.2, E.3, H.1 and Table I.1

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This European Standard specifies dimensional and cross-sectional tolerances for cold rolled steel sections produced on roll-forming machines.
It applies to cold-rolled sections for general use (standard sections) produced from steels conforming to EN 10025, EN 10142 and EN 10147 and in the form of rectangular L, U, C, Z and Omega cross sections as well as split tubes (see Figures 1 to 6).
It also applies to cold rolled sections for special applications (special sections) produced from steels listed in clause 5 with other radii, tolerances and shapes.
NOTE   Examples of special sections are sections for steel-framed buildings, door frames and sections for rolling stock, automobiles and bridge engineering (see Figures 7 and 8).
This European Standard does not apply to drawn, pressed or folded cold formed sections, cold rolled steel piling or sections manufactured on the basis of special standards.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for tinmill products in the form of sheets or coils for subsequent cutting into sheets. Tinmill products consist of single and double reduced low carbon mild steel electrolytically coated with either tin (tinplate) or chromium/chromium oxide (ECCS). Single reduced tinmill products are specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from 0,17 mm up to and including 0,49 mm. Double reduced tinmill products are specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 from 0,13 mm up to and including 0,29 mm.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously electrolytic zinc-nickel coated cold rolled flat products of low carbon steels suitable for cold forming according to table 1 and table 2 in rolled widths >= 600 mm and thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to and including 3 mm, delivered as strip (in coil form), sheet, slit strip or cut lengths obtained from slit strip or sheet. The coating is composed of Zn with a Ni-content of 10,5% to 13%.

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This European Standard applies to uncoated hot rolled narrow steel strip, of width less than 600 mm, made of the steel grades covered by the following: EURONORMS 84, 96, 120, 156; European Standards EN 10025, EN 10028, EN 10083-1, EN 10083-2, EN 10083-3, EN 10113-2, EN 10113-3, EN 10155 and EN 10207; draft European Standards prEN 10088-2, prEN 10111, prEN 10137-2, prEN 10137-3, prEN 10149-2, prEN 10149-3 and prEN 10208-2. Note: This European Standard may be applied to other types of steels if agreed at the time of ordering.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to hot rolled and cold rolled non-coated steel flat products made of multiphase steels for cold forming of thickness equal to or less than 3 mm.
1.2   If agreed at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard may also be applied to continuously hot rolled flat products in thicknesses > 3 mm. In this case the mechanical properties and thickness tolerances should also be agreed at the time of enquiry and order.
1.3   These products are delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip.

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This document specifies requirements for continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products. It particularly specifies the performance requirements.
The products covered are wide strip, sheet cut from wide strip, slit wide strip, strip rolled in widths less than 600 mm and cut lengths (from sheet or strip).
NOTE   National provisions can set up relationships between the performances of the coatings as required in this document and the outdoor atmospheres and ambiances required for a relevant building under study.
This document is not applicable to continuously organic coated flat products made of:
- tin mill products;
- electrical steels.

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This document specifies requirements for tinmill products in the form of sheets or coils. Tinmill products consist of single and double reduced low carbon mild steel electrolytically coated with either tin (tinplate) or chromium/chromium oxide (ECCS) or (ECCS-RC) (see 3.3).
Single reduced tinmill products are specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from 0,16 mm up to and including 0,49 mm. Double reduced tinmill products are specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from 0,12 mm up to and including 0,29 mm.
NOTE 1   Other thicknesses can be ordered upon agreement.
This document applies to coils and sheets cut from coils in nominal minimum widths of 600 mm.
NOTE 2   Standard width coils for specific uses, e.g. tabstock, can be slit into narrow strip for supply in coil form.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from low carbon, unalloyed and alloyed steels in accordance with Table 1.
These products are suitable for cold forming. They are also suitable for surface coating. On the other hand, they are not suitable for hardening treatment followed by tempering.
1.2   This European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:
-   cold rolled non-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10106);
-   grain-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10107);
-   cold rolled electrical non-alloy and alloy steel sheet and strip delivered in the semi-processed state (EN 10341);
-   cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment (EN 10132 1 to −4);
-   cold rolled steel flat products with higher yield strength for cold forming (EN 10268);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);
-   cold reduced blackplate in coil form for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel (EN 10205);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for vitreous enamelling (EN 10209).

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1.1   This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from low carbon, unalloyed and alloyed steels in accordance with Table 1.
These products are suitable for cold forming. They are also suitable for surface coating. On the other hand, they are not suitable for hardening treatment followed by tempering.
1.2   This European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:
-   cold rolled non-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10106);
-   grain-oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in the fully processed state (EN 10107);
-   cold rolled electrical non-alloy and alloy steel sheet and strip delivered in the semi-processed state (EN 10341);
-   cold rolled narrow steel strip for heat treatment (EN 10132 1 to −4);
-   cold rolled steel flat products with higher yield strength for cold forming (EN 10268);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);
-   cold reduced blackplate in coil form for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steel (EN 10205);
-   cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for vitreous enamelling (EN 10209).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously electrolytic zinc coated cold rolled flat products of low carbon steels suitable for cold forming according to Table 1 in rolled widths ≥ 600 mm and thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to and including 3 mm, delivered as strip (in coil form), sheet, slit strip or cut lengths obtained from slit strip or sheet. NOTE 1 This European Standard can also be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated flat products of:
a) steels according to EN 10139 (cold rolled strip in rolled widths < 600 mm),
b) steels normally characterized by minimum yield strength or minimum tensile strength values in addition to formability parameters, e. g.
1) steels with high yield strength and improved formability according to EN 10268 (cold rolled flat products),
2) multiphase steels (cold rolled or hot rolled) according to prEN 10338,
3) steels for construction according to national or regional standards (see e. g. DIN 1623).
NOTE 2 By agreement at the time of enquiry and order this European Standard can be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated hot-rolled steel flat products (e.g. according to EN 10025-1 and -2, EN 10111, EN 10149-1 to EN 10149-3, etc.). NOTE 3 As the mass of the zinc coating applied is relatively small, the material is not intended to withstand outside exposure without further chemical treatment and painting.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously electrolytic zinc coated cold rolled flat products of low carbon steels suitable for cold forming according to Table 1 in rolled widths above or equal to 600 mm and thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to and including 3 mm, delivered as strip (in coil form), sheet, slit strip or cut lengths obtained from slit strip or sheet.
NOTE 1   This European Standard can also be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated flat products of:
a) steels according to EN 10139 (cold rolled strip in rolled widths < 600 mm),
b) steels normally characterized by minimum yield strength or minimum tensile strength values in addition to formability parameters, e. g.
1) steels with high yield strength and improved formability according to EN 10268 (cold rolled flat products),
2) multiphase steels (cold rolled or hot rolled) according to prEN 10338,
3) steels for construction according to national or regional standards (see e. g. DIN 1623).
NOTE 2   By agreement at the time of enquiry and order this European Standard can be applied to continuously electrolytic zinc coated hot-rolled steel flat products (e.g. according to EN 10025-1 and -2, EN 10111, EN 10149-1 to EN 10149-3, etc.).
NOTE 3   As the mass of the zinc coating applied is relatively small, the material is not intended to withstand outside exposure without further chemical treatment and painting.

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This draft European Standard specifies requirements for single and double cold reduced blackplate in the form of coils which are intended for manufacturing tinplate or ECCS in accordance with EN 10 202 or En 203. Single reduced blackplate is specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from 0,17 mm up to and including 0,49 mm. Double reduced blackplate is specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 from 0,14 mm up to and including 0,29 mm. This standard applies to coils in nominal minimum widths of 600 mm either with trimmed or untrimmed edges.

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1.1  This European Standard applies to cold rolled narrow strip in coils and cut lengths in thicknesses up to 10 mm and of widths less than 600 mm, made from mild, unalloyed and alloyed steels in accordance with table 1.           These products are suitable for cold forming. They are also suitable for surface coating. On the other hand, they are not suitable for hardening treatment followed by tempening.           1.2  Ths European Standard does not cover cold rolled flat products for which a separate standard already exists, particularly the following products:           -   cold rolled non oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10106);  -   grain-oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (EN 10107); -   sam-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits ( EN 10126 and EN 10165);           -   cold rolled narrow strip for the manufacture of springs (EURONORM 132);           -  high yield strength steels for cold forming (EN 10268);           -  cold rolled uncoated low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130);  -  cold reduced blackplate (EN 10205);           -  sheet and strip for enamelling (EN 10209).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip coated products made of low carbon steels for cold forming, of steels for construction, of steels with high proof strength for cold forming and coated with zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) or aluminium-silicon alloy (AS), and for continuously hot-dip coated products made of multiphase steels for cold forming coated with zinc (Z) zinc-iron alloy (ZF) or zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA) with thicknesses of 0,35 mm to 3 mm unless otherwise agreed.
The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This document applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it (above or equal to 600 mm width) and cut lengths (< 600 mm width).
NOTE 1   Products coated with (pure) aluminium can also be available, but are not covered by this European standard.
NOTE 2   By agreement at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard is applicable to continuously hot-dip coated flat products in thicknesses < 0,35 mm or > 3 mm with agreed mechanical properties, adhesion of coating and surface condition requirements.
NOTE 3   The products covered by this European Standard are used where cold formability, high strength, a defined minimum yield strength and corrosion resistance are the most important factors. Corrosion resistance of the product is proportional to the coating thickness, hence to its mass (see also 7.3.2). The products covered by this European Standard can be used as substrates for organic coated flat products specified in EN 10169-1 and EN 10169-2 or EN 10169-3 for building and general engineering applications.
NOTE 4   By agreement at the time of enquiry and order, this European standard is applicable to other continuously hot-dip coated hot rolled steel flat products (e.g. in accordance with EN 10149-2).

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This European Standard defines the measurement conditions for surface roughness parameters of metallic flat products, both uncoated (cold and hot rolled pickled steel) and coated with metallic coatings (e.g. zinc, aluminium, tin, chromium) [see subclause 3.1].

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This European Standard applies to cold rolled uncoated steel flat products for cold forming with higher yield strength. The thickness is equal to or less than 3 mm.
These products are delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip, narrow strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip, narrow strip or sheet.

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This European standard applies to cold rolled non-coated low carbon steel flat products in rolled widths equal to or over 600 mm and in thicknesses equal to orless than 3 mm, delivered in sheet, wide strip, slit wide strip or cut lengths obtained from slit wide strip or sheet. It does not apply to cold rolled narrow strip (rolling width < 600 mm) nor to cold rolled flat products for which there is a specific standard, in particular the following: - cold rolled low carbon steel flat products for cold forming (EN 10130), cold rolled non-grain oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (prEN 10106),...

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products. It particularly specifies the performance requirements.
The products covered are wide strip, sheet cut from wide strip, slit wide strip, strip rolled in widths less than 600 mm and cut lengths (from sheet or strip).
NOTE   This document is not applicable to continuously organic coated flat products made of:
-   tinmill products,
-   electrical steels.

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This document gives the specific requirements for continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products used for building exterior applications. It particularly specifies the performance requirements.
The products covered are wide strip, sheet cut from wide strip, slit wide strip, strip rolled in widths less than 600 mm and cut lengths (from sheet or strip).
General information concerning continuously organic coated steel flat products is provided by EN 10169 1.
Products for building interior applications are covered by EN 10169-3.

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This European Standard provides information on the selection and ordering of continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products and specifies appropriate technical requirements for the products, e.g. for test methods and tolerances on coating thickness, appearance and product dimensions and shape.

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This Part of this European Standard gives the specific requirements for continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products used for building interior applications. It particularly specifies the performance requirements of different product flexibility categories and different corrosion protection categories. General information concerning continuously organic coated steel flat products is provided by EN 10169-1. Products for building exterior applications are covered by ENV 10169-2. The products covered are wide strips, sheets cut from wide strip, slit wide strips.

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1.1    This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip coated and electrolytically coated flat products made of multiphase steels for cold forming (see Table 1, Table 3 and Table 4) coated with zinc (Z and ZE), zinc-iron alloy (ZF) or zinc-nickel alloy (ZN) with thicknesses of 0,35 mm to 3,0 mm, unless otherwise agreed (see 1.2).
The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This European Standard applies to strip of a width ≥ 600 mm and sheets cut from it.
1.2   If agreed at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard may also be applied to continuously hot-dip coated flat products of thicknesses > 3,0 mm. In this case the mechanical property, adhesion of the coating and surface condition requirements should also be agreed at the time of enquiry and order.
1.3    The products covered by this European Standard are mainly used where cold formability, high strength and corrosion resistance are the most important factors. Corrosion resistance of the coating is proportional to the coating mass (see also 7.3.5)
1.4    This European Standard is not applicable to:
   continuously hot dip coated steel flat products made of low carbon steels (see EN 10327);
   continuously hot-dip coated structural steel flat products (see EN 10326);
   electrolytically zinc coated cold rolled steel flat products (see EN 10152);
   continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products (see EN 10169-1, EN 10169-2 and
      EN 10169-3);
   electrolytically zinc-nickel coated cold rolled steel flat products (see EN 10271); and
   continuously hot-dip coated strip and sheet of steels with high yield strength for cold forming
      (see EN 10292).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) and aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) coated flat products made of steels with high yield strength for cold forming (see Tables 1 and 3) with thicknesses up to and including
3,0 mm unless otherwise agreed. The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This European Standard applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it ( 600 mm width) and cut lengths (< 600 mm width).
The products covered by this European Standard are mainly used where cold formability and corrosion resistance for a defined minimum yield strength are the most important factors.

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1.1   This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip coated products made of structural steels coated with zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) and aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) (see Table 1) with thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to 3,0 mm unless otherwise agreed (see 1.2). The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This European Standard applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it (= 600 mm width) and cut lengths
(< 600 mm width).
1.2   If agreed at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard may also be applied to continuously hot-dip coated flat products in thicknesses > 3,0 mm. In this case the mechanical property, adhesion of coating and surface condition requirements shall also be agreed at the time of enquiry and order.
1.3   The products covered by this European Standard are mainly used where minimum yield strength and corrosion resistance are the most important factors. Corrosion resistance of the alloy is proportional to the coating thickness, hence to its mass (see also 7.3.2).
NOTE   +ZF coated products should not be used without additional organic coating.
1.4   This European Standard is not applicable to:
· continuously hot-dip coated flat products of low-carbon steel strip and sheet for cold forming (see prEN 10327);
· electrolytic galvanized cold rolled steel flat products (see EN 10152);
· continuously organic coated (coil coated) flat steel products (see EN 10169-1, ENV 10169-2 and
EN 10169-3);
· continuously hot-dip coated strip and sheet of steels with higher yield strength for cold forming (see EN 10292).

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1.1    This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip coated products made of low carbon steels for cold forming coated with zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) and aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) (see Table 1) with thicknesses of 0,35 mm to 3,0 mm unless otherwise agreed (see 1.2). The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating.
This European Standard applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it (= 600 mm width) and cut lengths
(< 600 mm width).
1.2   If agreed at the time of enquiry and order, this European Standard may also be applied to continuously hot-dip coated flat products in thicknesses > 3,0 mm. In this case the mechanical property, adhesion of coating and surface condition requirements shall also be agreed at the time of enquiry and order.
1.3   The products covered by this European Standard are mainly used where cold formability and corrosion resistance are the most important factors. Corrosion resistance of the alloy is proportional to the coating thickness, hence to its mass (see also 7.3.2).
1.4    This European Standard is not applicable to:
· continuously hot-dip coated structural steel flat products (see prEN 10326);
· electrolytically zinc coated cold rolled steel flat products (see EN 10152);
· continuously organic coated (coil coated) steel flat products (see EN 10169-1, ENV 10169-2 and                          
      EN 10169-3);
· continuously hot-dip coated strip and sheet of steels with higher yield strength for cold forming (see EN 10292).

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1.1   This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously electrolytic zinc coated cold rolled flat products of low carbon steels suitable for cold forming according to Table 1 in rolled widths $ 600 mm and thicknesses from 0,35 mm up to and including 3 mm, delivered as strip (in coil form), sheet, slit strip or cut lengths obtained from slit strip or sheet.

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This European standard specifies the grades of continuously hot rolled tow caroon steel sheet and strip (in coils) for cold forming.           Depending on its actual width, strip is classified as:           - hot rolled wide strip if its width is greater than or equal to 600 mm; - hot rolled slit wide strip, if its width is less than 600 mm.           For each grade, it specifies the chemical composition and the mechanical properties.           This European Standard is applicable to products of thickness not less than 1,5 mm and not exceeding 8 mm.           This European Standard is not applicable to products covered by other standards, such as:           - hot roiled products of non-alloy structural steels for general use (EN 10025); - steel sheet for pressure purposes (EN 10028); - steel sheet for welded gas cylinders (EN 10120); - quenched and tempered steels (EN 10083-1 and EN 10083-2).

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Work item at UAP had reference EN 10292:2000+A1:2003/prA2.  Document however only replaces A1, therefore new reference EN 10292:2000/A2 is now issued for publication.  This document supersedes A1.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for continuously hot-dip zinc (Z), zinc-iron alloy (ZF), zinc-aluminium alloy (ZA), aluminium-zinc alloy (AZ) and aluminium-silicon alloy (AS) coated flat products made of steels with higher yield strength for cold forming (see Tables 1 and 3) with thicknesses up to and including 3,0 mm unless otherwise agreed. The thickness is the final thickness of the delivered product after coating. This European Standard applies to strip of all widths and to sheets cut from it (>/- 600 mm width) and cut lengths (< 600 mm width).

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The second paragraph should read as follows: It does not apply to cold-rolled narrow strip (rolling width < 600 mm) nor to flat cold-rolled products for which there is a specific standard, in particular the following: - cold-rolled non-grain oriented magnetic steel sheet and strip (prEN 10106), - semi-processed steel strip for the construction of magnetic circuits (prEN 10126 and prEN 10165); - cold-rolled blackplate in coils for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chrome iron (EN 10205).

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