10 ( 10 ) - High quality structural carbon steel:chemical composition, mechanical and physical properties, hardness Database of steels and alloys (Marochnik) contains information about chemical composition and properties more then 3000 steels and alloys
Ck10 (DIN, WNr ) - Worldwide equivalent gradesfor Steel Ck10 (DIN, WNr) and its European equivalent C10 (1.0301) (EN) European equivalent grade for Non-alloy quality steel Ck10 (DIN, WNr):C10 (1.0301)
It enables to identify particular steel grades. When it comes to numeric system, each steel grade has an assigned number with five digits, which can be used instead of steel symbols. Steel grade numbers are assigned by European Commision for Standardization. The first digit in the number, "1", indicates that it is a steel.
EN 10277-1 Bright Steel Products - Stainless Steel Tubee) Reference to European Standard e.g BS EN 10277-3 f) Steel name -in accordance with BS EN 10027-1 (chemical composition) or number in accordance with BS EN 10027-2. e.g. 38SMn28 (1.0760) (0.38% Carbon, 0,28% Sulphur - average %'s) or 1.7021 g) Delivery condition e.g +C h) Class of surface quality e.g class 3
EN P235T1 Steel Chemical composition Metal Properties C10 / 1.0301 - SteelNumber EN 1.0254 (P235TR1) Non-Alloy Steel : Due to this fundamental role, controls on the production of steel according to applicable European standards are applied strictly. Mechanical properties of common steelSteel grades are classified by many standard organizations, based on the composition and the physical
Stainless steel/Acid-proof stainless steel/Heat resistant stainless steel; EN steel number:Grade:DIN:AISI / SAE / ASTM:1.4000:0H13:X6Cr13:403/410S:1.4002
Stainless flanges Stainless Europe shopStainless steel/Acid-proof stainless steel/Heat resistant stainless steel; EN steel number:Grade:DIN:AISI / SAE / ASTM:1.4000:0H13:X6Cr13:403/410S:1.4002
Steel Grade Equivalents Guide HillfootSteel Grade Equivalents The table below details similar grades to the most commonly used engineering steels. The column on the left shows some of the steel grades stocked by Hillfoot, while the middle columns show grades with similar chemistry, and the two
BS EN 10087:1999 Free cutting steels. Note:The yield stress and the tensile stress vary considerably with the section size. The lowest values are for the lowest value of the thickest section ( > 63mm, 100mm) The highest values are for the highest value of the thinnest section ( 5mm, 10mm ) For the relevant steel the strength values relate to the Hardened and Tempered condition.
Strength Of Steels - Roy MechThe other system is a numerical system. The steel numbers consist of 1 followed by a point and 4 figures. As an example the steel numbers of the above-mentioned steels are 1,8836 and 1,4307. The steel numbers are allocated by a European Registering Office. The registering authority has been given to VDEh in Dusseldorf.C10 (UNI ) - Worldwide equivalent grades - Steel Numberfor Steel C10 (UNI) and its European equivalent C10 (1.0301) (EN) European equivalent grade for Non-alloy quality steel C10 (UNI):C10 (1.0301)