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BS EN 10151, (strip), and BS EN 10272-3, (wire), for springs are outlined. The grades in each standard are tabulated and compared to the BS 5770-4 and BS 2056 which they replace, where grades such as 301S21, 301S81, 302S26, 302S25 and 305S11 were specified. Grades listed include 1.4016, 1.4021, 1.4028, 1.4031, 1.4568, (17/7 PH type), 1.4310, 1.4301, 1.4401, 1.4369, 1.4372 and 1.4568 Mechanical properties in the cold worked, (temper rolled for strip, drawn for wire), conditions are shown. Heat treated properties for precipitation hardening grade 1.4568 wire are also shown.
BS EN ISO 3506 replaces BS 6105. Part 1 covers bolts, screw and studs, part 2 nuts and part 4 tapping screws. The chemical compositions are common to the various parts. Austenitic grades A1, A2 and A4 are shown and compared to bar grades 303, 304, 349S17, 316 and 394S17. Mechanical properties for property class 50 70 and 80 austenitic bolts and studs and property class 20H, 25H, 30H and 40H tapping screws are tabulated and the fastener designations, such as A2-70 and A4-25H described. Duplex FA, (ferritic-austenitic similar to 1.4462, (2205), of EN 10088-1), is a likely future grade for inclusion in the standard. Fastener grade selection is covered in annexes to the standards. The standards lists grades 1.4439, 1.4539, (904L), 1.4529, (6% molybdenum austenitic) and 1.4462, (2205) as suitable for reducing the risk of chloride induced stress corrosion cracking failures in applications such as indoor swimming pools.
A summary of datasheets for tubular products
Stainless steel bolts, screws, studs and nuts are specified to BS EN ISO 3506. The chemical composition and mechanical properties of austenitic, martensitic and ferritic grades are covered
Summary of links to websites for download of stainless steel grade datasheets
This article describes what types of structural stainless steel sections are available and how they can be procured. It outlines what sections are available ex-stock and which may need to be made-to-order. Ranges of dimensions for hollow and bar sections are given.
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Flat products, (plate sheet coil and strip), tolerance standards are outlined. These include EN10029, EN10048, EN10051, EN10258 and EN10259. Thickness, width length, flatness, out of square and edge camber tolerances to EN10259 are discussed along with the advantages of the EN tolerance standards. Notes for ordering stainless steel using EN10259 to standards EN10088 part 2, EN10095, EN10302 and EN10028 part 7 are also included.
This is a general introduction to the proposed ISO standards for hot rolled and cold rolled stainless steel flat products. They are intended to replace EN 10258 for Cold rolled narrow strip, EN 10259 for Cold rolled wide strip, EN 10048 for hot rolled narrow strip, EN 10051 for hot rolled wide strip and EN 10029 for hot rolled quarto plate.
Width, thickness, straightness and ‘out-of-section’ tolerances for flat bars are tabulated along with notes on measurement methods.