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The table shows both current and obsolete standards (where these may be of current interest) in the ‘Status’ column. ‘C’ is current, ‘W’ is withdrawn, “S” is superseded for stainless steels, that is the standard was applicable to all steels but there is now a new standard covering stainless steels only.
The ‘date’ is the current publication year.
Use the ‘Ctrl’ and ‘F’ keys to ‘find’ the standard you are looking for.
These lists cannot be guaranteed as complete and accurate by the BSSA.
In cases of doubt the catalogues maintained by the British Standards Institution should be used.
|Tolerances and surfaces|
|BS EN ISO 1127||1997||C||Stainless Steel Tubes – Dimensions, Tolerances and Conventional Masses Per Unit Length|
|BS EN ISO 9444-1||2009||C||Continuously hot-rolled stainless steel – Tolerances on dimensions and form . Part 1: Narrow strip and cut lengths|
|BS EN ISO 9444-2||2010||C||Continuously hot-rolled stainless steel. Tolerances on dimensions and form. Wide strip and sheet/plate|
|BS EN ISO 9445-1||2010||C||Continuously cold-rolled stainless steel. Tolerances on dimensions and form. Narrow strip and cut lengths|
|BS EN ISO 9445-2||2010||C||Continuously cold-rolled stainless steel. Tolerances on dimensions and form. Wide strip and plate/sheet|
|BS EN 10029||1991||S||Tolerances on Dimensions, Shape and Mass for Hot Rolled Steel Plates 3mm Thick or Above. Replaced by BS EN ISO 18286|
|BS EN 10048||1997||S||Hot Rolled Narrow Steel Strip – Tolerances on Dimensions and Shape. Replaced by BS EN ISO 9444-1|
|BS EN 10051||2010||S||Continuously Hot-Rolled Uncoated Plate, Sheet and Strip of Non-Alloy and Alloy Steels – Tolerances on Dimensions and Shape. Replaced by BS EN ISO 9444-2|
|BS EN 10058||2003||C||Hot Rolled Flat Steel Bars for General Purposes – Dimensions and Tolerances on Shape and Dimensions|
|BS EN 10059||2003||C||Hot Rolled Square Steel Bars for General Purposes – Dimensions and Tolerances on Shape and Dimensions|
|BS EN 10060||2003||C||Hot Rolled Round Steel Bars for General Purposes – Dimensions and Tolerances on Shape and Dimensions|
|BS EN 10061||2003||C||Hot Rolled Hexagon Steel Bars for General Purposes – Dimensions and Tolerances on Shape and Dimensions|
|BS EN 10258||1997||W||Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Narrow Strip and Cut Lengths – Tolerances on Dimensions and Shape. Replaced by BS EN ISO 9445-1|
|BS EN 10259||1997||W||Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Wide Strip and Plate/Sheet Tolerances on Dimensions and Shape. Replaced by BS EN ISO 9445-2|
|BS EN 10278||1999||C||Dimensions and Tolerances of Bright Steel Products|
|BS EN ISO 18286||2010||C||Hot-rolled stainless steel plates. Tolerances on dimensions and shape|
|BS 1134-1||1988||C||Assessment of Surface Texture-Methods & Instrumentation|
|Passivation and cleaning|
|BS EN 2516||1997||C||Passivation of Corrosion Resisting Steels and Decontamination of Nickel Base Alloys|
|BS ISO 15730||2000||C||Metallic and other Inorganic Coatings. Electropolishing as a Means of Smoothing and Passivating Stainless Steel|
|ASTM A380||–||–||Practice for Cleaning, Descaling and Passivation of Stainless Steel Parts, Equipment and Systems|
|ASTMA380 ASTM A967||–||–||Specification for Chemical Passivation Treatments for Stainless Steel Parts|
|BSEN 10204||2004||C||Metallic Products – Types of Inspection Documents|
|BSEN 10228-4||1999||C||Non-Destructive Testing of Steel Forgings. Ultrasonic Testing of Austenitic and Austenitic-Ferritic Stainless Steel Forgings|
|BSEN 10307||2001||C||Non-destructive testing. Ultrasonic testing of austenitic and austentitic-ferritic stainless steels flat products of thickness equal to or greater than 6 mm (reflection method)|
|BSENISO 3651||1998||C||Determination of Resistance to Intergranular Corrosion of Stainless Steels|
|BSISO 11408||1999||C||Chemical Conversion Coatings – Black Oxide Coating on Iron and Steel – Specification and Test Methods|
|BSISO 16701||2003||C||Corrosion of Metals and Alloys-Corrosion in Artificial Atmosphere-Accelerated Corrosion Test Involving Exposure Under Controlled Conditions of Humidity Cycling and Intermittent Spraying of a Salt Solution|