BS EN 10363:2016 - Continuously hot-rolled patterned steel strip and plate/sheet cut from wide strip. Tolerances on dimensions and shape

BS EN 10363:2016

Continuously hot-rolled patterned steel strip and plate/sheet cut from wide strip. Tolerances on dimensions and shape

Status : Current   Published : July 2016

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This European Standard specifies tolerances on dimensions and shape for continuously hot-rolled uncoated patterned steel strip and plate/sheet cut of it in nominal thicknesses up to 20 mm inclusive, of non-alloy and alloy steels in accordance with Table 1 (see also Annex A). (...) Steel grades other than those given in Table 1 may be used by agreement only. This European standard does not apply to stainless steels.




Standard NumberBS EN 10363:2016
TitleContinuously hot-rolled patterned steel strip and plate/sheet cut from wide strip. Tolerances on dimensions and shape
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 July 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 10020:2000, EN 10079:2007
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 10025-2, EN 10025-3, EN 10025-4, EN 10025-5, EN 10149-2
International RelationshipsEN 10363:2016
Draft Superseded By14/30300972 DC
DescriptorsSteels, Sheet materials, Hot-working, Rolled products, Dimensional tolerances, Form tolerances, Tolerances (measurement)
ICS77.140.50
Title in FrenchBandes et tôles/feuilles larmées striées issues de larges bandes en acier laminé à chaud en continu. Tolérances sur les dimensions et la forme
Title in GermanKontinuierlich warmgewalztes Riffelband und -blech abgelängt aus Warmbreitband aus Stahl. Grenzabmaße und Formtoleranzen
CommitteeISE/103
ISBN978 0 580 86583 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.967 MB
Price£134.00


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