BS EN 10205:2016 - Cold reduced tinmill products. Blackplate

BS EN 10205:2016

Cold reduced tinmill products. Blackplate

Status : Current   Published : December 2016



This European Standard specifies requirements for blackplate product in the form of coils intended for direct use and mostly for the production of tinplate, electrolytically chromium / chromium oxide plate (ECCS) and electrolytically zinc coated plate.

Blackplate is specified in nominal thicknesses that are multiples of 0,005 mm from typical 0,10 mm up to 0,60mm.

This European Standard applies to coils in nominal minimum widths of 600 mm.

In addition to this standard the general technical delivery conditions of EN 10021 apply.


Standard width coils for specific uses, e.g. tab stock, can be slit into narrow strip for supply in coil form.

Standard NumberBS EN 10205:2016
TitleCold reduced tinmill products. Blackplate
Publication Date31 December 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 10020, EN 10021, EN 10027-1, EN 10027-2, EN 10052, EN 10079, EN 10204:2004, EN ISO 6892-1:2009, ISO 6892-1:2009
Informative References(Provided for Information)CEN/TR 10261, EN ISO 4288, ISO 4288:1996, EN ISO 6508-1, ISO 6508-1:2016, EN ISO 14284, ISO 14284:1996, ISO 11951
ReplacesBS EN 10205:1992
International RelationshipsEN 10205:2016
Draft Superseded By14/30301272 DC
DescriptorsBlackplate, Steels, Coils, Thickness, Designations, Finishes, Defects, Hardness, Proof stress, Dimensional tolerances, Form tolerances, Sampling methods, Hardness testing, Tensile testing, Test specimens, Testing conditions, Joints, Thickness measurement, Bend testing
Title in FrenchAciers pour emballage laminés à froid. Fer noir
Title in GermanKaltgewalzte Verpackungsblecherzeugnisse. Feinstblech
ISBN978 0 580 86640 1
File Size1.77 MB

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