This document specifies the minimum requirements for steel strip of carbon over 0,25 %, in coils and cut lengths. The product is applicable to highly stressed parts of many different types and is characterized by close dimensional tolerances and controlled surface finishes. The steel strip is produced in a number of types and surface finishes to be compatible with differing applications requirements. This document does not apply to alloy steels or stainless steels.

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This document is applicable to the minimum requirements for steel sheet, in coils and cut lengths, metallic-coated by the continuous hot-dip process, with aluminium-silicon alloy coating. The product is intended for heat-resisting applications and also where both corrosion and heat resistance are required. The steel sheet is produced in a number of quality designations and grades, coating mass, surface treatments and coating finish conditions to be compatible with differing application requireme...view more

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This document specifies requirements for steel sheet hot-rolled of structural quality with improved atmospheric corrosion resistance, also known as weather-resistant structural steel. It is produced in the grades and classes listed in Table 1. The product is intended for applications where requirements are for mechanical properties and increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for bolted, riveted or welded structures. This docu...view more

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This document is applicable to the minimum requirements for steel sheet used in the manufacture of corrugated steel pipe, in coils, flat cut lengths and corrugated cut lengths metallic-coated by the continuous hot-dip process. This product is intended for storm sewers, culverts, drains and similar uses. Several metallic-coated materials are covered, which relies on users to determine which product best serves their needs. Four different metallic coatings are included: — zinc coated; — zinc-5 % a...view more

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ISO 9364:2017 is applicable to the requirements for steel sheet, in coils and cut lengths, metallic-coated by the continuous hot-dip process with 55 % aluminium-zinc alloy coating. The product is intended for applications requiring the corrosion characteristics of aluminium coupled with those of zinc, or heat resistance, or both. The steel sheet is produced in a number of quality designations and grades, coating mass, surface treatments and coating finish conditions designed to be compatible wit...view more

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ISO 14788:2017 is applicable to the minimum requirements for steel sheet, in coils and cut lengths, metallic-coated by the continuous hot-dip process, with zinc-5 % aluminium alloy coating. The product is intended for applications requiring corrosion resistance, formability and paintability. The steel sheet is produced in a number of quality designations and grades, coating type, coating mass, surface treatments and coating finish conditions designed to be compatible with differing application r...view more

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ISO 20805:2017 is applicable to continuous hot-rolled steel sheet in coils of higher yield strength with improved formability and heavy thickness for cold forming. The steel can be treated to achieve inclusion control. It is generally used in the as-delivered condition. As a result of the combination of higher strength and improved formability, it is possible to obtain savings in mass along with better weldability. The product is intended for applications where parts are to be fabricated requiri...view more

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ISO 13887:2017 is applicable to all grades of cold-reduced steel sheet of higher yield strength with improved formability. The steel is made according to fine-grain practice and has a suitable chemical composition to provide improved formability. The product is intended for the fabrication of parts requiring better formability. It is generally used in the delivered condition. ISO 13887:2017 does not apply to steels designated as commercial quality or drawing quality (see ISO 3574), steels of str...view more

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ISO 13976:2016 applies to hot-rolled carbon/manganese steel sheet in coils of structural quality without the use of microalloying elements. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for bolted, riveted or welded structures. The product is produced on a wide sheet mill. The product is intended for structural purposes where particular mechanical properties are required. The steel sheet is produced in a number of grade designations designed to be compatible with differing appl...view more

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ISO 14590:2016 applies to cold-reduced steel sheet of two types that are commercially available in the world. Type 1 represents steels that are produced to mechanical properties only and Type 2 represents steels that are produced to both chemical and mechanical properties. Bake hardening steels are included in both types. It does not cover steels designated as commercial quality or drawing qualities (covered in ISO 3574), steels of structural quality (covered in ISO 4997) or steels of higher str...view more

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ISO 3575:2016 is applicable to the requirements for steel sheet, in coils and cut lengths, metallic-coated by the continuous hot-dip process, with zinc and zinc-iron alloy coatings. The product is intended for applications requiring corrosion resistance, formability and paintability. The steel sheet is produced in a number of designations, coating masses, surface treatments and coating conditions designed to be compatible with differing application requirements. ISO 3575:2016 does not cover stee...view more

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ISO 4997:2015 applies to cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of structural quality in grades CR220, CR250, CR320, and CH550, usually without the use of microalloying elements. The product is intended for structures that include bolting, riveting, and welding. It is generally used in the delivered condition for fabricating purposes, such as bending, forming, and welding. ISO 4997:2015 does not cover steels designated as commercial quality or drawing qualities (covered in ISO 3574), cold-reduced carbo...view more

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ISO 4996:2014 applies to hot-rolled steel sheet of high yield stress structural quality with the use of microalloying elements. The product is intended for structural purposes where particular mechanical properties are required. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for structures that may include bolting, riveting and welding. ISO 4996:2014 is not applicable to steels intended for boilers or pressure vessels, steels designated as commercial quality or drawing quality (...view more

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ISO 4995:2014 applies to hot-rolled steel sheet of structural quality in the grades listed in Table 1, usually prepared without the use of microalloying elements. The product is intended for structural purposes where particular mechanical properties are required. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for bolted, riveted, or welded structures. This product is produced on a wide strip mill, not a plate mill. This International Standard does not cover steels intended for b...view more

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ISO 4998:2014 specifies continuous hot-dip zinc-coated and zinc-iron alloy-coated carbon steel sheet of structural quality. The product is intended for applications where resistance to corrosion is of prime importance. The steel sheet is produced in a number of grades, coating masses, ordering conditions, and surface treatments.

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ISO 6932:2014 describes cold-reduced carbon steel strip with a maximum mass fraction of carbon of 0,25 %, furnished to two levels of closer tolerances than cold-reduced carbon steel sheet, with specific quality, specific hardness requirements or mechanical properties, specific edge, and specific finish.

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ISO 5954:2014 applies to cold-reduced carbon steel sheet and corresponding hardness requirements. It is suitable for applications where the surface is of prime importance. The following are common hardness ranges (see 6.6): CRH-50: Rockwell B 50 to 70; CRH-60: Rockwell B 60 to 80; CRH-70: Rockwell B 70 to 90; CRH-NN: Any Rockwell B range of 20 points up to and including HRB 90 maximum (designated minimum of specified range will be shown).

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ISO 5002:2013 specifies the characteristics of carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities in cut length or coil form, zinc coated by electrolytic deposition. Electrolytic zinc-coated sheet is intended for the manufacture of formed or of miscellaneous parts, and can be supplied chemically treated to render it more suitable for painting. The zinc coating is expressed in micrometres of thickness per side, for equally coated, differentially coated, or one-side-coated sheets. These sheets...view more

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ISO 5951:2013 applies to all grades of hot-rolled steel sheet of higher yield strength with improved formability. The steel is killed, made according to a fine grain practice and has a suitable chemical composition, including microalloying elements, to provide improved formability. The product is intended for the fabrication of parts requiring better formability than is provided by normal high yield strength steel sheet. It is generally used in the delivered condition. Because of the combination...view more

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1SO 6316:2012 specifies requirements for hot-rolled steel strip of structural quality, usually without the use of microalloying elements. This product is intended for structural purposes where particular mechanical properties are required. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for bolted, riveted or welded structures. It is commonly rolled on a narrow strip mill. 1SO 6316:2012 does not cover steels designated as commercial quality or drawing quality (covered in ISO 6317...view more

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ISO 10384:2012 applies to hot-rolled carbon steel sheet as defined by chemical composition. The product is generally used in the heat-treated condition after hot or cold working, press forming or cutting by the customer. For example, the product is used for general machinery such as sprocket wheels, chain links, washers, knife blades and agricultural implements.

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ISO 3074:2012 applies to cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities. It is suitable for applications where the surface is of prime importance.

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ISO 3573:2012 applies to hot-rolled carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities. Hot-rolled steel sheet is suitable for many applications where the presence of oxide or scale, or normal surface imperfections disclosed after removal of oxide or scale, are not objectionable. It is not suitable for applications where the surface is of prime importance.

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ISO 16160:2012 applies to dimensional and shape tolerances for all hot-rolled steel sheet products.

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ISO 5950:2012 applies to cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities coated in coil or cut length forms by electro-deposition of tin. The product is commonly known as electrolytic tin-coated sheet and is used where solderability is desired, appearance is important, or a degree of corrosion resistance under specific conditions is advantageous and coating mass can be specified. The coating is expressed as the total coating on both surfaces, in grams per square metre. The co...view more

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ISO 16162:2012 applies to dimensional and shape tolerances for all cold-rolled steel sheet products.

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ISO 16163:2012 applies to dimensional and shape tolerances for all continuously hot-dipped coated steel sheet products.

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ISO 5001:2012 applies to cold-reduced carbon steel sheet of commercial and drawing qualities for vitreous enamelling, where the surface of the sheet and chemical composition of the base metal are of prime importance.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hot-rolled twin-roll cast steel sheet of structural quality and high strength steel. The product is intended for applications where specific mechanical properties are required. It is generally used in the delivered condition and is intended for bolted, riveted or welded structures. This product is produced on a wide strip mill, not a plate mill. Structural quality twin-roll cast steel sheet is a carbon steel produced to specified mecha...view more

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of continuous hot-dip zinc-coated twin-roll cast steel sheet products of structural quality and high strength steel. The product is intended for applications where resistance to corrosion is of prime importance. The steel sheet is produced in a number of grades, coating mass, ordering conditions and surface treatments.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of hot-rolled twin-roll cast carbon steel sheet of commercial quality produced by the twin-roll cast process. Hot-rolled twin-roll cast steel sheet is suitable for many applications where the presence of oxide or scale or normal surface imperfections disclosed after removal of oxide or scale, are not objectionable. It is not suitable for applications where the surface is of prime importance. NOTE A steel sheet that is subjected to subsequ...view more

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of continuous hot-dip zinc-coated twin-roll cast steel sheet of commercial quality manufactured using the twin-roll cast steel-making process. The product is intended for applications where resistance to corrosion is of prime importance. The steel sheet is produced in a number of coating mass, surface treatments and ordering conditions.

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