AISI number noun. Definitions. The four-digit identification number used to designate carbon steel coils. AISI stands for the American Iron and Steel Institute. The first two digits in the AISI number indicate the grade of steel, while the last two digits give the amount of carbon in the steel.
Designation systems for steels - Part 1:Steel namesSo as to avoid a variety of steel names being assigned to essentially the same steel, the European Registration Office as provided for in EN 10027-2 shall, when a steel number is applied for, cooperate with the national standards body concerned to ensure uniform steel names. 4.4 Consultation
EN 1.0503 Material C45 Steel. EN 10083-2 C45 steel (EN 1.0503) is a high strength medium carbon quality steel. Due to poor hardenability, C45 material is generally used in a normalized condition, and when the mechanical properties are required to be high,
EN Steels - Delivered Nationwide by West Yorkshire Steel IN 1955 the BS970 EN range of steel specifications was revised to add further steel grades. No allowance had been made in the 1941 edition for a possible insertion of further steel grades and the British Standards Institution considered that to have applied a high EN number would have divorced the grades completely from steels of similar types.
EN16 Steel 605M36TA Steel All-Rounder. EN16 shares the same good mechanical properties of EN8 but is more resistant to shear loading and frictional wearing. It is an alternative alloy steel grade to other chromium and nickel high tensile steel specifications and is readily machinable in the supplied condition.
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S235JR / 1.0038(dubl) - Steel NumberGrade :S235JR Number:1.0038(dubl) Classification:Non-alloy quality structural steel ??? According EN 10250-2:2000 steel S235JRG2 also named 1.0038 ???
S355JR / 1.0045 - SteelNumber - Chemical composition Non-alloy quality structural steel Chemical composition of steel S355JR (1.0045), Standards of steel S355JR (1.0045) Mechanical Properties of steel S355JR (1.0045) Equivalent grades of steel S355JR (1.0045) steel S355JR (1.0045) Tensile Strength, Elongation, Proof strength , Hardness
The coding system is known for its efficient classification of steels as it uses the standards from the American Iron and Steel Institute (A.I.S.I.) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (S.A.E.). Alloy steels and carbon steels for a number of years were designated with specific grades by a four-digit SAE/AISE numerical index system.
SAE/AISI Carbon Steel Naming ConventionsThe coding system is known for its efficient classification of steels as it uses the standards from the American Iron and Steel Institute (A.I.S.I.) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (S.A.E.). Alloy steels and carbon steels for a number of years were designated with specific grades by a four-digit SAE/AISE numerical index system.
Steel Grade Equivalent Table (EN, SAE/AISI, UNS, DIN, BS EN name. SAE. UNS. DIN. BS 970. UNI. JIS. Carbon steels. 1.1141.
Brazing, soldering, welding alloys Equivalent Grades:Aluminium and aluminium alloys Equivalent Grades:Copper and copper alloys Equivalent Grades
steel Composition, Properties, Types, Grades, & Facts Steel, alloy of iron and carbon in which the carbon content ranges up to 2 percent (with a higher carbon content, the material is defined as cast iron). By far the most widely used material for building the worlds infrastructure and industries, it is used to fabricate everything from sewing needles to oil tankers. In addition, the tools required to build and manufacture such articles are M-Machine WHAT DOES 'EN' AND 'BS970' NUMBERS MEAN?The higher the EN number, the better the quality of steel - and the more carbon, or blended elements are added to the chemical content. EN1 to EN3 - Low carbon, general purpose steel. EN5 to EN16 - Medium carbon content with general purose strength. EN19 to EN24 - Higher carbon steels with good hardenablity. EN32 to EN36 - Hard wearing materials.