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Tata Steel International

Putting our
customers first
is at the heart of
everything we do

The Tata Steel Group is one of the world’s leading
steel suppliers. Corus became part of Tata Steel
in April 2007 creating one of the most distinct
international steel producers. Combining
international expertise with local customer
service, the Tata Steel brand represents quality
and strength.
The Tata Steel Group manufactures, processes and distributes metal
products and provides related services in design, technology and
consultancy. The Tata Steel Group has over 80,000 employees across
six continents and a crude steel production capacity of over 28 million
tonnes per year.
Our key sectors are: Automotive; Construction; Energy and Power;
Industry and Portfolio (consumer goods, engineering, aerospace
and shipbuilding); Lifting and Excavating; Packaging; and, Rail.

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Tata Steel International is
the specialist supply chain
management business unit with
annual sales of 7 million tonnes
of steel. The business manages an
international network of seventy
offices in nearly fifty countries and
stock facilities in strategic locations
worldwide. We are continually
expanding our reach and
evaluating new markets for
which a local presence would
bring a strategic advantage both
to us and to our customers.
Our scope of supply extends across
the full range of steel products, but
our commercial teams specialise
through retaining sector specific
focus. Within this model, our teams
have also developed relationships
with third party sources in order
to offer a more flexible solution.
According to our ISO 9001:2000
quality system, we only procure
from companies with audited
quality systems. In addition, we
have stockholding facilities in North
America, Europe, India, the Middle
East and the Far East.

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Our in-house logistics teams
are experts in consolidating
materials from multiple sources,
arranging multiple packaging
and ensuring that goods arrive
on time, in excellent condition
and at the desired destinations,
wherever that is in the world.
These teams regularly manage
production, processing, quality
assurance, inspection, documentary
requirements and customs
clearance formalities.
Being a large multinational group,
Tata Steel International can
draw on considerable internal
resources including technical
support, expertise in export finance
and currency transactions, and
access to one of the world’s most
comprehensive ranges of metals,
including carbon, alloy
and stainless steel.

Tata Steel International identifies
customers’ needs and priorities
early on. The requests we deal
with can cover anything from
a simple range of products,
supplied as a total package either
ex-mill or ex-stock, to a more
comprehensive service. In the latter
case, the service might consist of
a combination of elements with
single point contact management,
expediting, specialist packaging,
shipping, documentation, local
“in-country” support and financing
– as appropriate. Likewise, there
are many demands for other types
of packages, which might include
requirements for extra processing
or value added services with
technical expertise and support or
complex product and supply mixes,
involving multiple sourcing from
different locations and countries.
The variations are infinite.
All of these elements add up to a
complete, managed-supply solution
and are all in place to ensure that
Tata Steel customers receive the
best possible advice and support.

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It is by combining our expertise
and services innovatively and
effectively, that we are able to offer
our customers a complete solution,
whatever the project requirements,
wherever in the world. We provide
the flexibility and dynamism of Tata
Steel International, whilst retaining
our position within the Tata Steel
Group as a respected partner.
This gives a unique dual strength
to our operations, supported by
our ability to source materials in
established and emerging markets
across the globe.

This publication is intended as a
guide to the scope of our offering
and the selection of sizes includes
the typical, common ranges we
have learned from experience as
being the most popular. As such,
due to the complex nature of
steel products, these tables are
not exhaustive. Full details of our
complete range of specifications
are available on request.

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1.2.2 Circular hollow sections 80 7.0 Pipe and tube products 110 6.0 Special profiles 32 7.4 European tapered flange channels 58 1.6 Equal angles 50 9.5 Reversing mill plate 13 7.1.3 Bi-Steel 42 8.4 General purpose tube 122 6.5 Tapered flange channels 49 6.2.0 Engineering bar 6 6.1.2 Jumbo sections 66 6.8 Celsius® ovals 96 7.1 6 6.1 Special profiles products 32 4.1 Universal beams 44 8.1.0 Notes BS4 sections 6.0 Steel sections 6.3 Square hollow sections 82 4 Standard bar sections 2.2.1 European beams 52 6.0 Offshore steel products 26 7.2.7 Unequal angles 51 6.2 Cold-formed circular hollow sections 100 5.3 Process pipe packages 121 6.2.3.4 Parallel flange channels 48 8.1 American W-sections 59 6.1.5 Jumbo rectangular hollow sections 91 3.1 Continuously rolled hot rolled sheet and plate 8 2.2 Stainless and Duplex process pipe 119 6.3 Metal coated strip products 10 7.4 Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections 106 5.0 Building systems 36 7.0 Steel sheet and plate 8 2.1 44 8.Index 1.3.1.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe 110 44 8.1.1.3 Cold-formed square hollow sections 103 5.7 Jumbo circular hollow sections 95 4.1 Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections 14 7.2 Cold reduced steel sheet and coil 9 American sections Foundations & Piling 2.2 Decking systems for flooring and roofing 38 5.4 Pre-finished steel 12 2.2.1.0 2.1.1 Offshore products 26 7.4 Rectangular hollow sections 87 3.1.1.1 Cladding systems for roofing and walls 36 7.5 Process pipe products 124 6.2 52 European sections 6.2 European standard beams 57 6.3 Offshore stock 28 7.1.4 67 Hollow sections 2.1 Strongbox® and Hybox® cold formed 99 structural hollow sections 4.6 International grade comparisons 76 76 3.2.2 Bulb flats 33 7.3 59 6.1.3 European parallel flange channels 57 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 128 5 .2.6 Pipe coatings 125 6.3 Joists 47 8.2 Universal columns 46 8.6 Jumbo square hollow sections 92 3.2 Offshore structural steel equivalents 27 7.1.

case-hardening and nitriding steels • Carbon and carbon manganese steels • Free machining steels (XLCut & Hitenspeed) • Leaded steels • Heat treatable steels • Improved machining steels (IM) • Micro-alloyed steels (Vanard) • Fracture splittable steels (Fractim) • Cold heading steels • Spring steels • Stainless steels – austenitic.35 M=t(mm) xW(mm) /127.22 2219 M=D(mm) M=D(mm) /162. Bar can be supplied as either cut lengths or in coil form.0 /48.1. VIM/VAR) Dimension Mass/m Type Min Max Min Max (mm) (mm) Kg/m Kg/m Kg/m Equation (C. DIN 1651. DIN 17200. ferritic. AISI 1139 & 1141 Case Hardening EN 10084 BS 970 Pt 3.50 314 M=t(mm)2 M=t(mm)2 /127.26 141. Steel) 2 Profile 2 Round 6 600 0. Steel) Kg/m Equation (S.3 D Square 8x8 200x200 0.4 /125 Rectangular 3x10 450x25 0. in a wide variety of product forms and sizes.8 M=W(mm)2 M=W(mm)2 /49. DIN 1651. as well as case hardening.0 Engineering bar 1.2 /159.1 w Type Typical International Standards Supplied Quench & Tempered EN 10083 Pt 1 BS 970 Pt 3. free cutting and tool steels. Steels produced • Alloy through-hardening.00 M=t(mm) xW(mm) /125 t t w 114. Products supplied include both black and bright bars. martensitic.2 D Half Round 50x25 76x38 7.1 Standard bar sections Tata Steel International can supply a wide range of engineering bar products to suit the needs of today’s international market. Recognised branded products can be supplied along with materials in accordance with a range of international standards. AISI 1215 & 12L14 Tool Steels BS 4659 Heat Resisting EN 10095 Open Steel Die Forging EN 10250 Nitriding Steel EN 10085 Others EN 10025 ASTM A193 6 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 7 . AISI 4037 & 4140 Wrought Steel PD 970 Free Cutting EN 10087 BS 970 Pt 3. VAR.90 M=D(mm)2 M=D(mm)2 /324. duplex and super duplex • Tool and die steels • Remelted products Other brand name steels include: • High temperature bolting steels (Durehete) • Stainless and corrosion resistant steels (Silver Fox) • High temperature (Red Fox) and creep resistant steels (Esshete) • Aircraft (Jethete) and maraging (Nimar) steels • Steels can be supplied remelted (ESR.4 /318.4 Hexagonal 7 75 1.71 17.

4mm to 3.78 1.7 64.71 0.6 12.2mm.56 2. 03.70 2. The stud height varies with the plate dimensions and grade. Cold rolled products are available in a variety of standard sizes in thicknesses from 0.0 79 12.5 19. i. CR products are available in grades DC01.5 98 15. the surface is far superior. Customers requiring thinner material should buy a cold reduced product.4 3.0 7. are shown in the following table: Thickness (mm) Mass (kg/m2) 1.2 9. being typically within the overall range 1.0 15. Thicknesses.62 1.2.5 6 8 36.1 Continuously rolled hot rolled sheet and plate 2. Standard Coil Dimensions and tolerances in accordance with BS EN 10051. supplied either mill edge or trimmed.6 2.7 2. They are coiled up after rolling and when cold they are cut up into sheets (< 3mm) or plates (≥ 3mm).9 7. but the former benefits from having the capability of rolling very much wider than a strip mill.e.6 12. the pattern is rolled in – not welded. with the corresponding mass per unit area are as follows: Thickness (mm) (on plain) Mass per unit area (kg/m2) 3 26. Durbar is available commonly in commercial quality material.0 63 10. the strip mill product is characterised by a better surface finish and improved control of thickness. in pure dimensional terms. especially thickness. which replaced BS 1449.0 Steel sheet and plate 2.0 31.4 Standard formable cold reduced products are manufactured to the European standard EN 10130.0 15. Standard thicknesses (mm).5 11.85 1.6 Thickness (mm) Mass (kg/m2) 6.0mm. In terms of thickness.9 48.42 Thickness (mm) Mass (kg/m2) 1. 04. there is an area of overlap between hot rolled and cold reduced products of approximately 1.14 0. there is considerable overlap between the products of reversing mills and strip mills.0 23.0mm. between about 1.07 1. The normal cut-off point for hot rolled products is around 1.28 0.5mm and 3.6 4.2 Cold reduced steel sheet and coil The thinner gauges of hot rolled strip are produced on continuous wide strip mills.55 Common floor plate designs In accordance with American and European standards such as ASTM A786 Durbar/teardrop 8 Spot Bar Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 9 . The studs are distributed to give maximum slip resistance from any angle whilst ensuring a free draining surface. Nevertheless. as is the dimensional control. The nominal gauge of Durbar is the thickness of the plain plate exclusive of pattern.4 5. 05 and 06.8 6.5mm thick. Internal diameter: 610/762mm Outside diameter: 2100mm (max) Width: 750-2000mm Standard thicknesses (mm).5 19.5 – 2.19 4. Structural ‘mild steel’ sheets to EN 10130.0 118 20. On the other hand. with corresponding mass per unit area values (kg/m2) are shown in the following table: Thickness (mm) Mass (kg/m2) 0. with corresponding mass per unit area values (kg/m2).6 4.0 157 Durbar floor plates Durbar is a non-slip raised pattern floor plate of integral manufacture.0 39.6 3. While this is more expensive it offers significant benefits.63 3. as EN 10025-2 S275JR or as Lloyds Grade ‘A’.0 23.25 9.5mm.0 47 8.

2.3 Metal coated strip products

Tata Steel International can supply a wide range of hot dipped and
electrolytic coated steels, in materials such as Zinc (Z), Zinc-Iron (ZF),
Aluminium-Zinc (AZ), Zinc-Aluminium (ZA), Aluminium-Silicon (AS) and
Lead (Terne) (T). The following coating weights are available as standard:

Electrolytic Coated products:
These products are typically designated by their nominal thickness.

Hot dipped products fall under the following standards:
EN 10326
Zinc & Zinc-Iron Coatings for Structural Steel Strip
Zinc-Aluminium & Aluminium-Zinc Coatings for Structural Steel Strip
Aluminium-Silicon Coatings for Structural Steel Strip

EN 10202
Electrolytic tinplate and electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide
coated steel.

EN 10327
Zinc & Zinc-Iron Coatings for Low Carbon Steel Strip
Zinc-Aluminium & Aluminium-Zinc Coatings for Low Carbon Steel Strip
Aluminium-Silicon Coatings for Low Carbon Steel Strip
Hot dipped products are usually designated according to their coating
weight, e.g. ‘Z100’ would be Zinc coated steel with 100 g/m2, similarly
‘ZF140’ would describe a Zinc-Iron coating of 140 g/m2. In accordance
with British and European standards, the hot dipped coating weights
range from 50 to 350 g/m2. These materials are supplied with tolerances in
accordance with EN 10143.
In-house proprietary grades for Zinc and Zinc-Iron are Galvalite,
Aluminium-Zinc is Galvalloy (95%Zn/5% Al), Aluminium-Silicon is Aludip.
Neotec™ is a lead free metallic coated steel, designed to help evaporation
emissions from fuel tanks and meet recycling targets. This product is
environmentally friendly and a cost effective solution to help meet ELV
targets and reduce end-of-life recycling costs.

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These are typically supplied as electrolytic Zinc (ZE) or Zinc-Nickel (ZN).

EN 10271
Designation

Nominal Coating mass Nominal Coating thickness
(µm) [each surface]
(g/m2) [each surface]

ZN20/20

15

2.0

ZN30/30

22

3.0

ZN40/40

29

4.0

ZN50/50

36

5.0

ZN60/60

44

6.0

EN 10152
Designation

Nominal Coating mass Nominal Coating thickness
(µm) [each surface]
(g/m2) [each surface]

ZE25/25

18

2.5

ZE50/50

36

5.0

ZE75/75

54

7.5

ZE100/100

72

10.0

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2.4 Pre-finished steel

2.5 Reversing mill plate

For over 40 years we have manufactured the Colorcoat® range of
pre-finished products. Colorcoat® products have been developed
specifically to support the aesthetic and functional requirements of
modern architecture. Colorcoat® includes pre-finished steel products
with unique coating formulations offering long-term performance and
the most comprehensive guarantees available. These materials are
available in a variety of colours and offer excellent durability.

Tata Steel International can offer a comprehensive range of reversing
mill plate, in a variety of grades and sizes suitable for a wide selection of
applications. This includes structural grades suitable for general fabrication
and engineering purposes, dedicated grades for pipe making and ship
building, as well as fired and unfired pressure vessel plate. In addition,
we can offer materials with high surface hardness, suitable for applications
where wear resistance is a requirement. Typical examples of the grades
offered are:

The product range includes:
Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® pre-finished steel
is based on a revolutionary coating system
providing twice the colour and gloss retention
of standard plastisols in a range of new colours
inspired by architects as well as an optimised
Galvalloy™ metallic substrate for ultimate
corrosion resistance.
Colorcoat Prisma® Colorcoat Prisma® is the ideal choice to deliver
eye-catching buildings that will stand the
test of time. Technically and aesthetically
superior to PVDF (PVF2), Colorcoat Prisma® is
readily available in the most popular solid and
metallic colours and comes with an optimised
Galvalloy™ metallic substrate.
Colorcoat® PVDF Colorcoat® PVDF is a thin coating solution that
is particularly well suited for wall cladding.

Structural
EN 10025:2004

S235, S275JR, JO & J2 – Mild Steel
S355JR, JO, J2 & K2 – High Yield

ASTM A36
ASTM A283

Grades A – D

Pipe Making
API-5L

Grades A, B, X42, X46, X52, X60, X65, X70

Ship Building
In accordance with major accreditation bodies
Grades: A, B, D & E; AH32, AH36, DH36 & EH36
Pressure Vessel
EN 10028:2003
Part 2: P235GH – P355GH

Elevated Temperature Properties

Part 3: P355NH – P460 NL2

Weldable Fine Grained
ASTM A516
ASTM A537

Grade 60 & 70
Class 1 & 2

Wear Resistance
Abrazo
Abrazo 400

Abrazo 500
The numerical value in the Abrazo product names are indicative Brinell
Hardness (HB) values, for example Abrazo 400 has a typical hardness range
of 360HB to 440HB.
Plates can be supplied in a wide variety of sizes, dependent on grade,
typical ranges are described below:
Width:
1000mm – 5000mm
Length:
4000mm – 12000mm
Thickness:
6mm – 300mm

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2.6 International grade comparisons

Revised
European
EN10025
Part 2: 2004

European

British

EN10025: 1993

BS4360

S185
S235 JR
S235 JR(G2)
S235 J0
S235 J0
S235 J2 (+N)
S235 J2G3
S235 J2
S235 J2G4
S275 JR
S275 JR
S275 JO
S275 JO
S275 J2 (+N)
S275 J2G3
S275 J2
S275 J2G4
S355 JR
S355 JR
S355 JO
S355 JO
S355 J2 (+N)
S355 J2G3
S355 J2
S355 J2G4
S355 K2 (+N)
S355 K2G3
S355 K2
S355 K2G4
S450 J0

E295 E295
E335 E335
E360 E360

German
DIN 17100


St33
40(A) B RSt37-2
40C
St37-3U
40D
St37-3 N
40EE

43(A) B
St44-2
43C
St44-3U
43D
St44-3N
43EE

50B

50C
St52-3 U
50D
St52-3 N


50DD

50EE

55C


St50-2

St60-2

St70-2

Werkstoff

French

American

NFA 35-501 ASTM

1.0035 A33 A283 A,B,C,D
1.0038 E24-2 A284 Gr. C, D
1.0114 E 24-3

1.0116 E24-4 A284 Gr. D
1.0117
– A 36
1.0044 E28-2 A529 Gr. 42,50
1.0143 E28-3 A572 Gr. 42
1.0144 E28-4 A572 Gr. 42,50
1.0145


1.0045 E36-2 A633 Gr. A,C,D
1.0553 E36-3 A572 Gr. 50
1.0570 E36-3 A572 Gr. 50
1.0577 A52 FP A656 Gr. 50
1.0595 E36-4

1.0596


1.0590


1.0050 A50-2

1.0060 A60-2

1.0070 A70-2

Japanese

Russian

SAE

JIS 3106

GOST 535 ISO 630

Internat.


1015



1020





1024







SM400A
SM400B
SM400C





SM490A
SM490B
SM490 C
SM490 YA
SM490 YB




ST0 Fe310
ST3KP-2 Fe360 B
ST3PS-2 Fe360C
ST3PS-4 Fe360 D
ST3SP-4 –
– Fe430B
ST4PS Fe430C
– Fe430D
ST4PS

– Fe510 B
– Fe510 C
17GS Fe510D












These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest
known equivalent grades. The source standards should always be checked
for the specific purpose for each material, in case of doubt.
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0486 – A633 A 1.8912 E420 FP A633 E 1.8819 – – 1. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material. 16 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 17 .6 International grade comparisons Structural fine grained steel equivalents Revised European European British EN10025 Part 3: 2004 EN10113-2 BS4360 DIN 17102 German Werkstoff French American Japanese Russian International NFA 36-201 ASTM JIS 3106 GOST 19281 ISO 4950 T.50 1.0488 – A633 A 1.8825 E420 R A945 Gr.8836 E420 FP – 1.8827 E460 R – 1.8915 E460 FP – SM400B – SM490B – SM490C – SM520B – – – – – 15 GF E355 – E355E 16G2AF E420 – – 18G2AF E460 – – Thermo-mechanically control rolled (TMCR) steel equivalents Revised European European British EN10025 Part 4: 2004 EN10113-3 BS4360 DIN 17102 German Werkstoff French American NFA 36-201 ASTM S275M S275ML S355M S355ML S420M S420ML S460M S460ML S275M S275ML S355M S355ML S420M S420ML S460M S460ML – – – 50EE – – – 55EE StE285 TM TStE285 TM StE355 TM TStE355 TM StE420 TM TStE420 TM StE460 TM TStE460 TM 1.2.8834 E355 FP – 1.8838 E460 FP – These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades.2 S275N S275NL S355N S355NL S420N S420NL S460N S460NL S275N S275NL S355N S355NL S420N S420NL S460N S460NL 43DD 43EE 50DD 50EE – – 55C 55EE StE285 TStE285 StE355 TStE355 StE420 TStE420 StE460 TStE460 1.0562 E355 R A633 C/D 1. in case of doubt.8823 E355 R A945 Gr.65 1.8818 – – 1.8902 E420 R A633 E 1.0566 E355 FP A633 C/D 1.8905 E460 R – 1.

8916 – – 1.8961 E24W-4 – 1.8965 – A709 50W 1.8927 E620T FP – 1.8908 E460T R A537 A2 1.8904 E550T R – 1.8940 – – 1.2.8914 E620T R – 1.8926 E550T FP – 1. 18 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 19 .8924 E500T R – 1.8983 – – 1.8906 E460T FP – 1.8933 E960 T-11 – SM 58 – – E460 – – – – – E500 – – – – – E550 – – – – – E620 – – – – – E690 – – – – – – – – – – – – These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades.8966 E36W-B4 – 1.8958 E24W-3 – 1.8945 E36W-A3 – 1.8984 – – 1.8959 E36W-B3 A709 50W 1.8988 – – 1.8909 E500T FP – 1.8941 – – 1. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material.8946 E36W-A4 – 1.8986 – – 1.8928 E690T FP A709 100 1. in case of doubt.8987 – – 1.8931 E690T R A514 F 1.8963 – – 1.6 International grade comparisons Weathering steel equivalents Revised European EN10025 Part 5: 2004 S235J0W S235J2W S355 J0WP S355 J2WP S355J0W S355J2W (+N) S355J2W S355K2W (+N) S355K2W European British EN10155 BS4360 German DIN 17119 S235J0W WR40B – S235J2W – WTSt 37-3 S355 J0WP WR50A – S355 J2WP – – S355J0W WR50B – S355J2G1W WR50C – S355J2G2W – WTSt 52-3 S355K2G1W – – S355K2G2W – – Werkstoff French American Japanese Russian International NF A35-502 ASTM JIS 3114 GOST 14637 ISO 4952 – SMA 490CW – – – SMA 570W – – – – – – – – – – – 17G1S Fe 355W – – – – – – – – 1.8967 – A709 50W Heat treatable steel equivalents Revised European European British German EN10025 Part 6: 2004 EN10137-2 BS4360 DIN SEW090 Werkstoff S460Q S460QL S460QL1 S500Q S500QL S500QL1 S550Q S550QL S550QL1 S620Q S620QL S620QL1 S690Q S690QL S690QL1 S890Q S890QL S890QL1 S960Q S960QL S460Q S460QL S460QL1 S500Q S500QL S500QL1 S550Q S550QL S550QL1 S620Q S620QL S620QL1 S690Q S690QL S690QL1 S890Q S890QL S890QL1 S960Q S960QL – – 55F TStE 460V – – – StE 500V – TStE 500V – EStE 500V – StE 550V – TStE 550V – EStE 550V – StE 620V – TStE 620V – EStE 620V – StE 690V – TStE 690V – EStE 690V – – – TStE 890V – EStE 890V – – – TSte 960V French American Japanese International NF A36-204 ASTM JIS 3106 ISO 4950 T3 1.8925 – – 1.

1181 1.6 International grade comparisons Quench & tempered steel equivalents European British EN10083-1 C22E C22R C25E C25R C30E C30R C35E C35R C40E C40R C45E C45R C50E C50R C55E C55R C60E C60R 28Mn6 38Cr2 38CrS2 46Cr2 46CrS2 34Cr4 34CrS4 37Cr4 37CrS4 41Cr4 41CrS4 25CrMo4 25CrMoS4 34CrMo4 34CrMoS4 42CrMo4 42CrMoS4 50CrMo4 36CrNiMo4 BS970-3 070M20 – 070M26 – 080M30 – 080M36 – 080M40 – 080M46 – 080M50 – 070M55 – 070M60 – 150M19 – – – – 530M32 – 530M36 – 530M40 – 708M25 – 708M32 – 708M40 – 708M50 817M37 German DIN 17200 ck 22 cm22 ck25 cm25 ck30 cm30 ck35 cm35 ck40 cm40 ck45 cm45 ck50 cm50 ck55 cm55 ck60 cm60 28Mn6 38Cr2 38CrS2 46Cr2 46CrS2 34Cr4 34CrS4 37Cr4 37CrS4 41Cr4 41CrS4 25CrMo4 25CrMoS4 34CrMo4 34CrMoS4 42CrMo4 42CrMoS4 50CrMo4 36CrNiMo4 Werkstoff 1.7039 1.7225 1.1189 1.1158 1. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material.7003 1.7227 1.7025 1.7035 1.7033 1.1180 1.1163 1.7006 1.7023 1.1209 1.7226 1.1191 1.7038 1.7037 1.7228 1.7218 1.1241 1.1203 1.1178 1. in case of doubt.1223 1.1201 1.2.7213 1.1170 1.1186 1.1179 1.1206 1.1151 1. 20 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 21 .1221 1.7220 1.6511 French American NFA 33101 SAE XC18 1020 XC18u – XC25 XC25u – XC32 XC32u – XC38H1 1035 XC38H1u – XC42H1 1040 XC42H1u – XC48H1 1045 XC48H1u – – – – XC55H1 1055 XC55H1u – – – – – 1527 38C2 – 38C2u – – – – – 32C4 32C4u – 38C4 38C4u – 42C4 42C4u – 25CD4 25CD4u – 34CD4 34CD4u – 42CD4 4142 42CD4u – – – – – Japanese Russian JIS G4051 S20C – S25C – S30C – S35C – S40C – S45C – S50C – S55C – S58C – – – – – JIS G4104 SCr430H – SCr435H – SCr440H – SCM420 – SCM435H – SCM440H – – – GOST 1050 ISO 683 20 – – – 25 C25E4 – C25M2 30 C30E4 – C30M2 35 C35E4 – C35M2 40 C40E4 – C40M2 45 C45E4 – C45M2 50 C50E4 – C50M2 55 C55E4 – C55M2 60 C60E4 – C60M2 – 28Mn6 – – – – – – GOST 4543 – 35H 34Cr4 – 34CrS4 – 37Cr4 – 37CrS4 40H 41Cr4 – 41CrS4 20HM 25CrMo4 – 25CrMoS4 35HML 34CrMo4 – 34CrMoS4 38HM 42CrMo4 – 42CrMoS4 – 50CrMo4 – 36CrNiMo4 International These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades.7034 1.1149 1.

0335 1.6582 1. European British EN10083-1 34CrNiMo6 30CrNiMo8 36NiCrMo16 51CrV4 BS970-3 817M40 823M30 835M30 735A50 European British German DIN 17200 34CrNiMo6 30CrNiMo8 – 50CrV4 Werkstoff 1.0501 AF55C35 1.0398 1.0540 – 1.6580 1.0535 AF70C50 1.0389 French NFA 36-301 ASTM A1011 1C CS – – 3C DS – – International These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades.0406 – 1.0332 1.6 International grade comparisons Quench & tempered steel equivalents cont. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material.0528 AF50C30 1. in case of doubt...0601 – Hot rolled low carbon steel equivalents (for cold forming) European British EN10111 BS1449 DD11 HR3 DD12 HR2 DD13 HR1 DD14 – German DIN 1614 STW 22 StW23 STW 24 – Werkstoff 1.0503 AF65C45 1.6773 1.0511 AF60C40 1. 22 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 23 .2.8159 German EN10083-2 BS970-1 DIN 17204 C22 – C22 C25 – C25 C30 En5 C30 C35 – C35 C40 En8 C40 C45 – C45 C50 – C50 C55 En9 C55 C60 – C60 French American Japanese Russian International NFA 33101 – 30CND8 35NCD16 50CV4 SAE 4340 – – 50C4V2 JIS G4051 SNCM447 SNCM431 – SUP10 GOST 1050 38H2N2MA – – 50HGFA ISO 683 36CrNiMo6 31CrNiMo8 – 51CrV4 French American Japanese Russian International SAE – – – 1035 – – – – – JIS G4051 S20C – – S35C – S45C S50C S55C S58C GOST 1050 ISO 683 20 – – C25 – C30 35 C35 – C40 45 C45 50 C50 55 C55 60 C60 American Japanese Russian JIS 3131 SPHD – SPHE – GOST 1050 ISO 3573 15KP HR2 – – 08KP HR4 – – Werkstoff NFA 33101 1.0402 – 1.

55 Gr. 65 Gr.0312 – – 1.0330 C CS 1.0873 – EDDS International Hot rolled high strength low alloy steel equivalents (flat products) European British EN10149 S315MC S355MC S420MC S460MC S500MC S550MC S600MC S650MC S700MC BS1449 43F30 46F35 – 50F45 – 60F45 68F62 – – German DIN SEW092 QStE300TM QStE360TM – QStE460TM QStE500TM QStE550TM – – QstE690TM French Werkstoff NFA 36-231 1. 50 Gr.0986 E560D 1. 24 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 25 .0980 – 1.6 International grade comparisons Cold rolled low carbon steel equivalents (for cold forming) European British German EN10130 BS1449 DIN 1623 DC01 CR4 St12 DC03 CR3 St13 DC04 CR1 RRSt14 DC05 – – DC06 – – French American Japanese Russian JIS G3141 SPCC SPCD SPCE – – GOST 380 ISO 6932 – CR22 08Ju – 08Ju CR24 – – – – American Japanese International ASTM A656 SAE 1392 Gr.2. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material.0338 ES DDS 1. 50 Gr.0972 E315D 1. in case of doubt. 60 Gr.0982 E445D 1.8969 E620D 1.8974 E690D Cold rolled high strength low alloy steel equivalents (flat products) European British EN10268 H240LA H280LA H320LA H360LA H400LA BS1449 – – – – – German DIN SEW093 ZStE 260 ZStE 300 ZStE 340 ZStE 380 ZStE 420 French Werkstoff NFA 36-232 1.0550 E355C 1.0556 – These comparison tables are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades.0976 E355D 1.0347 E DS 1.0548 E315C 1. 60 JIS G3135 SPFC 390 SPFC 440 SPFC 490 SPFC 540 SPFC 590 Werkstoff NFA 36-401 ASTM 1008 1.0489 E280C 1.0480 E240C 1. 45 Gr.8967 – 1. 70 Gr.0984 E490D 1. 80 – – JIS G3134 ISO 6930 SPFH 490 – SPFH 540 Fe E355 SPFH 590 Fe E420 – – – Fe E490 – Fe E560 – – – – American Japanese ASTM A1008 – Gr.

50 2W Gr.8806 +M Y26 S355M3 1.8813+N Y20 S355N4z 1.8883 – 1. as well as structural tubulars.8809 – 1.8878+Q Y45 S460Q3 1.8859 +M Y31 S420M3z 1. Section sizes Full range of European. Tata Steel International has extensive experience of leveraging our own competencies in logistics. and API grades as well as a variety of other international and proprietary specifications including ship plate grades.1 Offshore products 3. in case of doubt. 60 2W Gr. 60 Werkstoff Norsok M-120 1. EN 10225. These steel products were originally developed for the North Sea. We would be pleased to discuss your individual requirements in order to build a package to suit your project.8814 Y03 S355N1 1.8889 +M Y41 S460M3z API – – – – – 2H Gr.8857+Q Y30 S420Q3z 1.8830+Q Y35 S420Q3 1.8889 – 1. 60 – 2W Gr.8878+M Y45 S460M3 1.8804+M – 1.0 Offshore steel products 3.8803 (+M) – 1.2 Offshore structural steel equivalents Tata Steel International is a leading supplier of structural products into the Offshore Oil & Gas industry.8857+M Y30 S420M3z 1. used for plate stiffening.8808+N – 1.8806 +N Y26 S355N3 1. cutting. gratings and handrails. ASTM W-section as well as BS4 sizes are available on request. Plate sizes Gauges from 6mm to 150mm. 60 – 2W Gr.8810+M Y21 S355M3 1.8859 – 1. 60 Werkstoff – Norsok M-120 API – X52 27 . 60 2Y Gr. as well as deep-water activity across the major offshore hubs such as the Middle East. the Caspian. 60 2W Gr. South East Asia.8851 – 1. For detail on the available sizes. 50/50T – 2W Gr.8811+N Y25 S355N4 1. seamless and SAW welded pipe. These comparison tables (opposite) are only intended as an indication of the closest known equivalent grades. DNV and many others. 60 2W Gr.8830+M Y35 S420M3 1. Plate and section processing Tata Steel International offers an extensive range of plate and section fabricating and processing.8813+M Y20 S355M4z 1.8808+M – 1. 50 2W Gr. 60 – 2W Gr. contractors and designers.8883 +M Y46 S460M3 1.8851 +M Y36 S420M3 1. Tata Steel International German Norwegian American Werkstoff Norsok M-120 1. 50/50T – – – – 2Y Gr. Bulb flats.8809 +M Y21 S355M3 1. see Section 6. 60 2Y Gr.8809 +N Y21 S355N3 1. supply chain management and global procurement to provide tailored packages to offshore fabricators.8810+N Y21 S355N3 1. profiling and drilling. BV. Central/South America and Europe.8814 (+N) Y03 S355N1 1. 50/50T 2H Gr.8806 – 1. priming. These products are available according to Offshore Specifications BS7191. An example range of sizes is shown in section 4. 60 2W Gr. 50 2W Gr.8802+N – 1. welding. Product range Tata Steel International can provide a comprehensive range of offshore structural plates and sections. 50 2W Gr. including can rolling. beveling. temperate and cold seas. The source standards should always be checked for the specific purpose for each material. shotblasting. European British Plates EN10225 BS7191 S355G2+N 355D S355G3+N 355E S355G5+M 355D S355G6+M 355E S355G7+N 355EM S355G7+M 355EM S355G8+N 355EMZ S355G8+M 355EMZ S355G9+N – S355G9+M – S355G10+N – S355G10+M – S420G1+Q – S420G1+M – S420G2+Q – S420G2+M – S460G1+Q 450EM S460G1+M 450EM S460G2+Q 450EMZ S460G2+M 450EMZ Sections EN10225 BS7191 S355G1 355D S355G1 (+N) 355D S355G4 355D S355G4 (+M) 355D S355G11 355EM S355G11+N 355EM S355G11+M 355EM S355G12 355EMZ S355G12 +N 355EMZ S355G12 +M 355EMZ S420G3 – S420G3 +M – S420G4 – S420G4 +M – S460G3 – S460G3 +M – S460G4 – S460G4 +M – Hollow Sections EN10225 BS7191 S355G14 – 26 Tata Steel International With the ability to provide multi-product packages for both conventional and floating structures.8811+M Y25 S355M4 1. 60 2Y Gr.8803 – 1.8887+Q Y40 S460Q3z 1. but their application has now extended to cover solutions for warm. approved by all the major classification societies such as Lloyds Register.8801+N – 1. in both onshore and offshore fabrication applications. ABS.8887+M Y40 S460M3z API – – – – 2H Gr.8805+M – 1. 50/50T – 2H Gr. West Africa.3.

784 8.3.5 HEB 43.592 14.9 IPE 19.2 LRS accreditation supplied • Standard lengths of 12.800 13.7 HEB 52.600 16.860 14.640 55 55 60 60 65 65 70 70 75 75 80 80 85 85 90 90 100 100 110 110 120 120 130 140 150 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 10000 x 3050 10000 x 2500 10000 x 3050 10000 x 2500 10000 x 3050 8000 x 2500 8000 x 3050 8000 x 2500 8000 x 3050 8000 x 2500 8000 x 3050 5000 x 2500 7500 x 3050 5000 x 2500 5000 x 3050 5000 x 2500 5000 x 3050 5000 x 2500 5000 x 2500 5000 x 2500 Available with 3.920 2.856 5.4 HEA 43 HEA 52 HEA 62 HEA 70 HEA 20.928 2.4 HEA 25.200 16.000 15.3 26 48 Additional sizes (in a range from 100mm to 1000mm) and grades (e.080 15. ABS and DNV 28 • S355G11 + N/M • HEA/HEB/IPE/U • West European origin Size Length Kgs/m Size Length Kgs/m HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA HEB HEB HEB HEB HEB HEB HEB HEB HEB IPE IPE IPE U U 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 180 200 220 160 180 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 20.800 5.5 37 43.640 13.9 HEB 27.000 7.757 1.400 17.104 14.3 IPE 23 IPE 26.3 U 22.000 18.200 8.000 14.442 6.3 Offshore stock Offshore Plate Stock Our standard stock range of offshore quality plate includes: • EN 10225 S355 G1 G2 G3 G6 G7 • BS 7191 355EM.300 12.400 2.712 10.440 1.1m • EN 10225 Typical current size range (in mm) Offshore normalised sections stock in EN 10225 S355G11 + N/M Thickness Length Plate Thickness Length x width weight x width (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) Plate weight (kg) 6 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 15 15 20 20 22 22 25 25 30 30 35 35 40 40 45 45 50 50 13. 50DD • API 2H/2W Grade 50 Offshore Sections Stock • 3.248 9.400 17.000 14.342 2.9 HEA 20.600 4.g. S355 J2G3) available on request Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 29 .600 15.176 12.568 10.616 13.514 3.280 6.3 HEA 31.2 accreditation from major bodies such as LRS.000 14.880 3.000 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 12000 x 2500 12000 x 3050 1. 450EMZ • EN 10225 S420/460 G1 G2 • BS 7191 355D • EN 10025 S355K2 • Shipbuilding Grade EH36 • EN 10225 S355J2 • BS 4360 50D.000 17.000 13.5 U 280 300 320 340 360 400 450 500 600 280 300 320 340 360 400 450 500 600 240 270 300 200 300 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 78 90 100 108 115 128 143 159 182 106 120 130 137 146 159 175 192 217 31.5 HEB 63 HEB 85 HEB 85 HEB 95 HEB 19.000 18. BV.800 15. 355EMZ G8 G9 G10 • BS 7191 450EM.568 15.2 HEA 36.300 11.420 12.600 11.392 4.320 7.400 10.4 HEB 34.

1 • • • • BS 7191 355EM BS 7191 355EMZ BS 7191 450EM BS 7191 450EMZ SAW tubulars are also available manufactured from plates in the following grades: • EN 10225 S355 G8 • EN 10225 S355 G2 • EN 10225 S355 G10 • EN 10225 S355 G4 • EN 10225 S355 G6 • ASTM A572 Grade 50 Typical SAW tubular size range includes: Up to 196" (5.55 96.53 12.39 105.08 64.7 15.3.1/3.53 12.7 15.1 25.42 302.42 537. Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 31 .26 42.95 8.4 31.7 15.4 9.7 15.59 79.28 373.4 9.1 Outside diameter in mm 16 406 16 406 16 406 16 406 16 406 18 457 18 457 18 457 18 457 18 457 20 508 20 508 20 508 20 508 20 508 24 610 24 610 24 610 24 610 24 610 Wall thickness mm 9.09 19.01 9.50°C NACE compliance according to MR – 01 – 75 Supply condition heated treated.64 79.01 119.22 42.27 123.41 143.3 155.95 205.09 25. Normalised/ Q&T Supplied in lengths of either single or double random pieces Material supplied fully traceable with EN 10204 3.05 25.31 12.56 48.8 38.9 19.000mm) outside diameter with thicknesses up to 200mm in 12m lengths Weight kg/m 93.9 19.09 73.17 453.7 21.96 182.15 155.31 12.2 10.7 15.43 187.63 53.27 60.7 15.53 12.74 270.09 23.3 152.34 117.33 For information and product sales please contact our Milton Keynes office and ask to speak to a member of the Offshore team.46 120.05 Weight kg/m 28.14 81.06 221.7 15.7 15.3 12.4 9.15 172.92 111.09 25.53 10.2 certificates Outside diameter in mm 6 168 6 168 6 168 6 168 8 219 8 219 8 219 8 219 8 219 10 273 10 273 10 273 10 273 10 273 12 323 12 323 12 323 12 323 12 323 14 355 14 355 14 355 14 355 14 355 30 Wall thickness mm 7.33 87.3 Offshore stock Offshore Pipe & Tubular Stock Tata Steel International stock the following range of high yield structural tubes: Hot finished Carbon Seamless Pipe • API 5L X52 • PSL 1/PSL 2 + Mod • API 5L X56 X60 X65 X70 • EN 10210 S355 • EN 10225 S355 + G14 • BS 7191 355 EM • • • • • Typical SAW tubular grades include: • EN 10225 S355 G1 • ASTM A36 • API 5LB • API 5L X52 – X70 • API 2H Grade 50 • BS 7191 355D BS 7191 355 EMZ BS 7191 450 EM BS 7191 450 EMZ ASTM A 333 GR 6 API 2H Grade 50 Seamless pipe is supplied with the following supplementary additions: Low temperture CVN impact tests @ -40°C .8 12.4 31.9 19.73 97.31 12.16 139.1 9.52 10.64 107.09 19.38 366.39 126.64 75.97 12.05 25.12 183.23 238.48 81.11 10.71 158.

which reduce the amount of further work needed to make finished components: • Cold drawing – profiles from 1kg/m to 45kg/m for high precision applications. • Welding. For example: • They eliminate the costs of machining and welding. giving us the most extensive scope in the world. The variety of industries that uses special profiles is almost as diverse as the product range itself. and minimises dirt and moisture traps. • They have better dimensional accuracy compared with profiles made from other processes such as casting or forging. Bulb flats are tailor made for plate stiffening applications. Tata Steel International 33 . The advantages of bulb flats stretch beyond the initial building phase to provide benefits during the working life of a ship. • ‘Lightweighting’ by designing asymmetrical profiles.0 Special profiles 4. • A range of fabrication processes. which place steel only where it is needed. bulb flats are more cost effective. The advantages that bulb flats offer assist both the initial construction phase as well as the working life of the bridge.1 Special profiles products 4. Our product range comprises over 2. Recognition of the benefits which bulb flats provide is resulting in increased usage in bridges around the world. 30° d x In addition to hot rolling. commercial vehicles. providing almost infinite possibilities. It enhances drainage. 32 r Tata Steel International r b Bulb flats offer many unique benefits for achieving these objectives: • They are “ready to use” plate stiffeners.2 Bulb flats The Tata Steel Group has the capability to manufacture hot rolled. Bulb flats provide benefits during the initial steel construction phase. at Skinningrove in the UK. From construction through to shipbuilding. Their shape has inherent corrosion resistance features. and they are more “user friendly” for repair and maintenance. • Shot blasting.000 profiles. we offer a range of processes. compared with other stiffeners. The use of special profiles improves component quality and performance as well as manufacturing efficiency. Their special shape provides significant benefits compared with other types of stiffener. they have more uniform mechanical properties compared with fabricated profiles. and also during the working life of a ship or other products on which they are used. • Bending of profiles. • Heat treatment. custom designed special profiles in steel. • The unique shape of a bulb flat distributes steel to maximize resistance to buckling. • The rounded shape of a bulb flat provides inherent corrosion resistance features. • The compact shape of a bulb flat offers easy access for welding and painting.r c r x r 4. both large and small. forklift trucks and elevators to name but a few. We have the capability to design and manufacture profiles from under 1 kg/metre to 230 kg/metre. earthmoving. • Bulb flats can also reduce coating material while maintaining the same section modulus.

80 16.72 13.71 23.60 46.20 9.5 53.2 11.5 18 18 18 19.3 21.0 14.63 19.43 14 14 15.5 26.1 19.57 20.87 5.20 48.21 7.5 16.99 9.78 5.10 70.18 7.5 25.1 25.5 19.88 6.90 4.4 17.1 23.0 27.2 13.60 45.16 10.25 4.86 7.6 14.1 12.80 40 40 40 43 43 43 46 46 46 49 49 49 53.5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 11 Tata Steel International r 30° d x Nominal Thickness Mass/Unit Bulb Size Length Height b t G c [mm] [mm] [kg/m] [mm] 5 6 7 8 6 7 8 7 8 10 7 8 9 11 8 9 10 11 9 10 11 12 10 11 12 10 11 12 10 11 12 x r b Nominal Thickness Mass/Unit Bulb Size Length Height b t G c [mm] [mm] [kg/m] [mm] Distance to Centre of Gravity d [cm] Bulb Radius 280 300 320 340 370 400 430 17.8 14.2 16.26 9.50 35.85 13.5 19.5 16.90 36.39 29.27 28.0 18.50 27.2 25.3 23.09 41.2 17.44 42.0 15.32 8.65 7.7 10.5 62.07 6.5 17 17 17 19 19 19 22 22 22 22 25 25 25 25 28 28 28 28 31 31 31 34 34 34 37 37 37 Bulb Radius r [mm] 4 4 4.5 5 5 5 5.5 5.05 11.9 10.2 Bulb flats r BSEN 10067:1997 Distance to Centre of Gravity d [cm] 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 4.77 24.32 8.5 20.46 12.5 53.7 27.4 13.5 15.5 58 58 58 62.78 7.60 73.66 9.3 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 15 16.04 18.7 18.8 34 4.0 11.97 16.5 11 12 13 11 12 13 12 13 14 12 13 14 13 14 15 14 15 16 14 15 17 19 20 Tata Steel International 33.9 18.5 62.5 19.09 47.40 90.5 5.90 80.28 22.6 10.5 27.r c r 4.0 26.60 60.4 16.50 26.5 4.35 30.5 r [mm] 35 .5 62.7 21.5 12.37 9.70 37.50 54.9 19.7 21.70 57.7 13.22 25.5 62.50 9.75 10.70 87.20 70.14 21.5 23.50 63.49 14.96 67.39 32.5 19.22 17.96 8.86 51.70 39.

LPC approved to 1 hour. includes both sheet roofing panels and composite panels. • Structural metal roof decking capable of large spans to support slab insulation and external sheet. factory-assembled cladding panels • Structural roof decks • Built-up. decking. • FischerTherm: A standard composite panel with a rigid PU foam core and additional joint insulation strips to minimise thermal loss within the joint. available in a variety of colours and finishes. insulated façade system. composite panel and light steel framing solutions. • Guardian: A fire resistant composite panel. • Trimapanel: A micro-ribbed insulated panel available on steel or aluminium substrate.1 Cladding systems for roofing and walls Tata Steel International provides metal based building envelope and flooring systems based on a wide range of profile cladding. with integral insulation. local construction practice. The improved 200 micron Plastisol coating provides exceptional UV resistance and is available in a large range of colours. thermal insulation and whole-life costing. Roofing & Cladding Products In-house production. HPS200® Ultra provides exceptional corrosion resistance and cut edge protection thanks to its superior Colorcoat® Galvalloy® substrate (95% zinc/5% aluminium eutectic alloy on a structural steel strip) to EN10326: 2004. site-assembled cladding systems • Coatings to suit most environments and long term warranties on coating performance • Fire resistant cladding and roofing panels • Flashings. FischerTherm panel 36 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International Trisomet panel 37 . stainless steel and aluminium substrates. The specification and detailing of the building envelope is both technical and complex and our engineers work with designers to determine the most suitable solution taking into account such factors as sound reduction and absorption. An extensive range of products are available to form the complete building envelope including: • Composite. in a variety of sizes to suit the customer. available on either steel or aluminium substrates in a variety of colours and finishes. profiled OCS sheets. • Trisomet: A PU composite panel. gutters and ancillary items • Stratabord: A high quality. • Built up cladding systems comprising liner tray. spacer systems and all associated accessories. so please contact us for further details. from steel. • Superdeck: Membrane faced composite panel system for flat roofing applications. fire resistance. accessories. Colorcoat® HPS200® Ultra – up to 40 year guarantee HPS200 is a superior coating for external cladding applications. Construction projects rely on the building envelope to protect the internal environment and need consistent performance over many years with little or no maintenance.5.0 Building systems 5. HPS200® Ultra is available with the market leading Confidex® Guarantee of up to 40 years. The range of products is extensive. fixings. coating design. depending on location and application. High specification buildings require a robust building envelope with economy and speed of construction.

73 68.60 1.40 5.56 4.16 0.72 74.00 3.78 1.12 2.78 3.73 62.091 0.12 1.69 6.61 2.096 0.p.31 2.88 7.73 2.com Sagging Hogging 4.32 2.67 2.62 1. which provides a very shallow floor zone.comflor.5 137.) Weight of concrete (kN/m2) Slab depth Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete Wet Dry Wet Dry (mm) (m3/m2) 110 115 120 130 140 145 150 180 200 240 0. Our shallow decks are suitable for conventional composite construction where the deck is placed onto the top flange of the steel support beam and each ComFlor profile offers particular application benefits.17 5.87 1.79 1.49 5.com for full design details and to download our brochure.38 41.13 2. ponding) is not allowed for in the table.07 2.17 2118 16.37 2.23 Tata Steel International Volume and weight table notes 1.20 2.44 2.26 2.99 6.1 1.181 0.131 0.06 0.35 2.5 152. India and New Zealand.111 0.08 3.10 1.13 1534 20.56 2.221 2.97 2. that manufacture both shallow or deep decks.20 1.61 2.32 1.25 2.84 3. The deck is contained within the beam depth.96 2.p.26 2.096 0.101 0.99 6. UAE.69 1.16 1938 16.116 0.7 1.69 1.09 1.e.19 3.90 Section Properties (per metre width) Nominal Design Profile Area of Height to Moment Ultimate moment thickness thickness weight steel neutral of inertia capacity (kNm/m) (mm) (mm) (kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m) 0.49 2.00 0.96 3.63 4.32 4.79 1.13 2. 3.79 4.09 1137 20.96 2.5 Cover width 610mm Volume and weight Setting out point (s.30 1.25 2.comflor.111 0.02 3.49 3.37 4.22 2. 2. 40 112.5.20 1. The shape of the deck profiles allow for service integration and the whole system provides inherent fire resistance.96 0.37 4. Our deep decks span between beams with typical unpropped spans extending to 6 metres and propped spans to 9 metres.13 1579 16.84 3.16 2.86 0.50 1.141 0.88 1.231 2.86 0.16 0.o.101 0. The ComFlor range is arguably the most efficient choice of profile currently available anywhere in the world.5 1.74 55.07 2.21 2.71 4.9 Sagging Hogging 5.44 53.69 1.33 2.092 0. Deck and beam deflection (i.106 0. 46 ComFlor 46 105 120 225 67 ComFlor 51 51 ComFlor In-house decking production facilities are located in the UK.34 7.04 2.85 2.comflor. Density of concrete is taken as: Normal weight (wet) 2400 kg/m3 Normal weight (dry) 2350 kg/m3 Lightweight (wet) 1900 kg/m3 Lightweight (dry) 1800 kg/m3 Tata Steel International www.) Weight of concrete (kN/m2) Slab depth Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete (mm) (m3/m2) Wet Dry Wet Dry 101 105 110 115 120 125 130 150 200 240 0.161 0.93 7 8.90 0.121 0.44 3.126 0.38 2.26 5.191 0.08 Cover width 900mm Volume and weight Setting out point (s.14 2.16 2.00 38 www.o.78 1.25 4.65 9.79 2.67 5.88 2.90 0.com 39 .55 2.10 2. Deck and mesh weight is not included in the weight of concrete figures.2 Decking systems for flooring and roofing Please visit www.43 2.81 Section Properties (per metre width) Nominal Design Profile Area of Height to Moment Ultimate moment thickness thickness weight steel neutral of inertia capacity (kNm/m) (mm) (mm) (kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m) 0.90 3.21 2.14 1759 16.121 0.71 1.62 3.

45 3.83 2 Concrete volume (m3/m2) 0.21 15.com Ultimate moment capacity (kNm/m) Sagging Hogging 23.160 3.43 2.21 2.88 2.85 3.24 4.36 3.92 2.85 1.54 2.6 92.2 119.77 3.40 2.18 0.63 3.87 1.83 4.56 2.comflor.42 5.139 0.77 2.52 2.77 2.51 2.31 1.20 2.12 2.90 0.23 2.o.15 1871 47. combined with a reduction in building height.61 1.8 Volume and weight Nominal Design Profile Area of Height to Moment thickness thickness weight steel neutral of inertia (mm) (mm) (kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m) 0.62 0.20 Slimdek floor 41 .230 5.16 2009 95 816.7 132.30 3.5 52 Volume and weight Slab depth (mm) 270 280 290 300 305 310 330 350 375 400 Cover width 600mm Setting out point (s.93 3.129 0.167 0.27 2. Tata Steel International www. designed specifically for multi-story buildings.60 2.157 0.07 180 300 180 17.70 1.59 2.p.) Weight of concrete (kN/m2) Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete (m3/m2) Wet Dry Wet Dry 0.98 2.95 0.096 0.) Weight of concrete (kN/m2) Slab depth Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete (mm) (m3/m2) Wet Dry Wet Dry 40 0.16 0.20 1.2 120 Cover width 600mm Setting out point (s.5 29.59 2.90 0.22 2.103 1276 29.206 2.09 2.21 0.5 425 ComFlor 210 56 87.80 1.15 1.5 12.119 0.217 Section Properties (per metre width) Nominal Design Profile Area of Height to Moment thickness thickness weight steel neutral of inertia (mm) (mm) (kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m) 0.o.96 0.69 3.100 2.62 2.86 www.03 2.149 0.5.25 1.086 0.73 3.00 4.180 4.68 4.com 1.11 2.36 2.00 2.03 2.21 3.114 1424 30.29 4.04 3.91 3.17 2.86 0.20 1.156 0.83 2.27 9.32 2.91 Ultimate moment capacity (kNm/m) Sagging Hogging 9.5 45 120 210 Slab depth (mm) 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 250 Dovetail Underlap 1.05 1.125 1572 31.07 80 90 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 250 Ultimate moment capacity (kNm/m) Section Properties (per metre width 35 50 35 15. For further information on these products.28 1.68 2.2 Decking systems for flooring and roofing 600 cover width ComFlor 60 300 pitch Volume and weight 131 Overlap 15 Shear Stud connector position 17.16 3.76 3.83 3.140 3.00 0.51 2.comflor.24 11.41 2.43 2.45 2.23 2.61 2.30 7.64 Tata Steel International Nominal Design Profile Area of Height to Moment thickness thickness weight steel neutral of inertia (mm) (mm) (kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m) 1.53 1.53 1.77 3.92 2.69 2.79 2.5 22.p.136 0.74 2.8 Weight of concrete (kN/m ) Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete Wet Dry Wet Dry 2.5 106.99 2.00 Slimdek A low profile engineering floor solution.109 0.14 3.6 245 120 15 95 ComFlor 80 Section Properties (per metre width) 60 17.99 2. gives significant cost and speed of construction benefits.98 3.130 3.74 2.24 2.04 1.12 1387 47.50 3.126 0.146 0.84 1.106 0. Ease of planning and servicing.06 0.74 2.18 3.48 0.2 18.03 1.92 3.089 0.77 1. please contact our Milton Keynes office.61 4.11 5.36 2.135 3.77 0.10 3.73 2.137 1721 31.20 23.65 1.97 2.27 3.12 0.95 5.31 4.50 11.16 0.45 3.110 2.06 2.54 2.38 3.57 2.6 185 1.205 4.30 0.39 0.21 13.116 0.86 0.099 0.27 3.120 2.36 13.83 0.10 1.7 20 180 20 45 7.07 3.76 Sagging Hogging 15.

government. The panels are then filled with concrete to create a construction material with outstanding strength. The unique anti-blast and impact resistant qualities of Bi-Steel also make it ideal as a high-performance antiattack. a steel and concrete hybrid which offers unrivalled protection against explosions and criminal attack. fabricated into Corefast modules and transported to the project site where they are quickly and accurately assembled to form the core. commercial and residential schemes throughout the world. Corefast benefits include: • Speed of construction – up to six times faster to construct than an equivalent concrete core • Flexibility – each solution is designed to meet specific structural and programme requirements • Improved efficiency – due to better build sequence and reduced site congestion • Greater accuracy – improved interface with adjoining steelwork • Increased capital values – slimmer walls can release additional lettable floor space Corefast is a proven technology that is currently delivering benefits to all members of the construction project team in retail. for a range of commercial.5. Bi-Steel panels are manufactured offsite. the Bi-Steel systems have been developed to deny access and provide perimeter security in the event of a terrorist attack. and where traffic is an issue • Projects where speed of construction is of paramount importance • High quality and high value buildings where superior quality of construction is specified • Buildings in areas with restrictions on horizontal stability elements • Restrictions on areas for horizontal stability elements • Blast doors. easier to construct. Using modular Bi-Steel technology and simple connection methods Surefast buildings can be constructed in a matter of hours not months.vehicle barrier system.3 Bi-steel Bi-Steel is a patented composite panel enabling rapid construction and unrivalled physical security. Surefast structures are fast to build and provide unrivalled force protection and security. Typical Bi-Steel applications include: • Locations where space is at a premium. plus improved safety. bollards and walls. thus minimising the formation of dangerous secondary projectiles. Bi-Steel Cores. industrial and defence construction applications. typically in town centres or other congested sites with restricted access. walls and containment chambers • Hardened structures/bunkers • Storage tanks • Impact & burster slabs • Secure areas • Ship & marine structures • Special purpose structures • Car parks (underground/overground) Bi-steel panel 42 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 43 . which require superior levels of physical security to protect against terrorist or criminal attack. Containment of concrete within the Bi-Steel units also prevents consequential concrete spalling under vehicle impact and blast. Security and Defence Birmingham One. UK Bi-Steel comprises two steel plates connected together to form panels by an array of friction-welded bars. Bi-Steel is used in the construction of high-integrity blast-protection buildings. Surefast enables savings in time and cost. Comprising security barriers. Construction Corefast is a superior construction system that surpasses traditional reinforced concrete cores – it is faster. Surefast structures are built on the strength of Bi-Steel. The panels are then filled with concrete to create the full strength structure. more accurately engineered and can offer reduced structural thickness. Security and Defence For applications in security and defence.

2 607.9 165.6 17.5 253.1 57.2 152.7 6.7 13.9 196.6 19.9 210.0 209.5 23.4 312.0 26.6 9.2 264.0 1008.5 8.0 21.1 179. Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 Designation x s 457 x 152 x 82 457 x 152 x 74 457 x 152 x 67 457 x 152 x 60 457 x 152 x 52 406 x 178 x 74 406 x 178 x 67 406 x 178 x 60 406 x 178 x 54 406 x 140 x 46 406 x 140 x 39 356 x 171 x 67 356 x 171 x 57 356 x 171 x 51 356 x 171 x 45 356 x 127 x 39 356 x 127 x 33 305 x 165 x 54 305 x 165 x 46 305 x 165 x 40 305 x 127 x 48 305 x 127 x 42 305 x 127 x 37 305 x 102 x 33 305 x 102 x 28 305 x 102 x 25 254 x 146 x 43 254 x 146 x 37 254 x 146 x 31 254 x 102 x 28 254 x 102 x 25 254 x 102 x 22 203 x 133 x 30 203 x 133 x 25 203 x 102 x 23 178 x 102 x 19 152 x 89 x 16 127 x 76 x 13 8 2.2 24.9 7.5 4.1 259.9 17.6 14.5 12.6 6.2 31.7 834.0 Tata Steel International 465.8 175.1 1025.7 8.4 402.1 8.2 12.2 22.3 7.2 200.8 412.4 5.5 12.5 418.7 142.1 11.2 67.5 16.9 170.5 13.3 89.0 9.0 457.1 33.5 15.8 8.8 292.3 74.4 146.0 420.4 260.5 13.8 409.3 25.9 769.4 257.8 101.8 17.2 612.7 14.1 23.1 528.5 17.7 253.0 12.1 6.7 21.3 10.6 11.8 25.0 355.7 76.0 74.3 293.1.0 310.1 139.7 305.1 16.4 306.1 1 036.8 28.3 289.0 228.4 19.9 6.0 11.3 921.3 102.3 48.1 102.0 692.2 101.2 754.9 37.0 25.0 Thickness Flange t mm y x x t 1 8.5 304.7 10.7 265.8 7.8 462.2 8.9 635.0 266.4 14.4 349.2 141.0 8.0 990.9 152.8 191.3 18.4 307.2 227.4 19.6 y 45 .2 26.0 125.0 750.9 15.7 18.6 9.0 300.0 32.4 9.6 7.1 126.9 125.8 230.1 7.0 393.3 82.0 32.0 388.2 122.0 351.6 32.6.0 314.0 7.9 133.1 253.5 683.2 463.1 11.4 903.5 9.8 177.0 850.0 39.1 7.5 539.2 177.4 311.3 146.2 203.8 6.0 6.1 125.0 16.9 1016.6 602.0 101.5 178.8 52.6 147.6 211.1 49.2 67.4 189.9 3 0.0 249.9 191.7 18.1 10.7 533.0 21.2 98.7 7.1 19.4 617.8 762.1 10.7 10.7 11.0 51.0 454.6 403.0 6.6 10.1 Universal beams y b h Mass per metre kg/m Depth of Section h mm Width of Section b mm Thickness Web s mm Thickness Flange t mm y Designation Mass per metre kg/m Depth of Section h mm Width of Section b mm Thickness Web s mm b h d s r 1016 x 305 x 487 1016 x 305 x 438 1016 x 305 x 393 1016 x 305 x 349 1016 x 305 x 314 1016 x 305 x 272 1016 x 305 x 249 1016 x 305 x 222 914 x 419 x 388 914 x 419 x 343 914 x 305 x 289 914 x 305 x 253 914 x 305 x 224 914 x 305 x 201 838 x 292 x 226 838 x 292 x 194 838 x 292 x 176 762 x 267 x 197 762 x 267 x 173 762 x 267 x 147 762 x 267 x 134 686 x 254 x 170 686 x 254 x 152 686 x 254 x 140 686 x 254 x 125 610 x 305 x 238 610 x 305 x 179 610 x 305 x 149 610 x 229 x 140 610 x 229 x 125 610 x 229 x 113 610 x 229 x 101 533 x 210 x 122 533 x 210 x 109 533 x 210 x 101 533 x 210 x 92 533 x 210 x 82 457 x 191 x 98 457 x 191 x 89 457 x 191 x 82 457 x 191 x 74 457 x 191 x 67 44 4 87.8 101.2 172.7 Tata Steel International x t Material to EN 10025:2004.8 12.8 173.6 17.0 43.4 23.6 449.1 16.4 7.2 59.4 153.0 67.8 620.8 10.9 133.4 6.6 10.5 54.6 13.4 255.8 4.8 43.8 10.1 4 0.8 926.0 12.0 363.8 152.3 467.3 124.1 1000.0 101.3 208.1 36.6 6.0 15.8 210.0 343.4 4.1 303.6 303.1 9.0 1 0.0 14.1 19.9 101.0 26.8 7.9 840.5 16.1 14.9 11.0 14.3 123.4 15.0 27.5 193.7 22.0 149.0 5.1 60.0 8.3 15.0 206.2 171.3 190.1 54.0 302.3 6.0 146.8 9.6 544.0 7.1 41.6 133.9 226.6 15.0 37.3 12.0 349.2 398.5 171.0 307.7 11.2 101.7 6.3 6.4 910.4 101.1 304.0 453.2 229.8 203.7 305.0 Steel sections 6.9 687.4 406.3 67.0 155.0 222.1 54.0 8.2 88.4 308.4 179.9 24.0 13.9 40.0 272.2 19.8 192.4 11.7 165.4 10.0 251.8 173.3 12.1 46.1 BS4 sections 6.0 13.0 45.7 5.2 14.7 308.6 918.1 980.0 14.0 458.7 268.1 28.0 15.3 154.5 305.0 19.6 256.4 224.3 14.4 358.0 16.0 300.0 46.9 177.7 10.0 35.0 300.8 21.9 9.1 19.7 16.0 911.0 5.0 125.1 74.0 311.4 303.4 353.4 127.2 612.2 238.4 21.4 460.8 152.0 92.5 307.0 438.2 304.5 677.4 21.5 9.7 6.5 9.0 31.9 16.8 7.4 166.9 20.6 17.9 11.9 31.9 23.0 300.9 7.0 30.0 109.5 536.8 21.9 8.8 254.2 254.2 6.1 113.1 82.8 10.4 291.8 13.4 140.0 39.8 9.0 8.2 970.

0 37.8 d Thickness Flange t mm Designation y x 77.8 23.0 11.5 4.1 15.3 101.7 18.5 58.9 551.1 222.8 10.0 23.0 254.3 37.8 30.4 10.3 14.4 31.3 29.5 311.4 372.5 339.6 101.2 Universal columns h Designation 356 x 406 x 634 356 x 406 x 551 356 x 406 x 467 356 x 406 x 393 356 x 406 x 340 356 x 406 x 287 356 x 406 x 235 356 x 368 x 202 356 x 368 x 177 356 x 368 x 153 356 x 368 x 129 305 x 305 x 283 305 x 305 x 240 305 x 305 x 198 305 x 305 x 158 305 x 305 x 137 305 x 305 x 118 305 x 305 x 97 254 x 254 x 167 254 x 254 x 132 254 x 254 x 107 254 x 254 x 89 254 x 254 x 73 203 x 203 x 86 203 x 203 x 71 203 x 203 x 60 203 x 203 x 52 203 x 203 x 46 152 x 152 x 37 152 x 152 x 30 152 x 152 x 23 46 Mass per metre kg/m 633.6 154.5 19.0 67.3 6.1 86.5 30.0 394.4 26.8 13.0 406.5 17.0 107.3 266.0 152.1 158.4 16.0 19.7 17.8 20.2 7.0 7.y b 6.4 25.4 6.8 h y Tata Steel International x 254 x 203 x 82 254 x 114 x 37 203 x 152 x 52 152 x 127 x 37 127 x 114 x 29 127 x 114 x 27 127 x 76 x 16 114 x 114 x 27 102 x 102 x 23 102 x 44 x 7 89 x 89 x 19 76 x 76 x 15 76 x 76 x 13 Mass per metre kg/m 82.9 36.3 8.5 26.4 6.1 88.3 10.8 374.9 76.6 206.5 307.0 30.3 76.9 5.3 101.4 5.3 258.0 9.2 42.2 203.3 20.2 11.1 206.1 s t Thickness Flange t mm y x 19.4 305.9 117.3 114.6 209.3 14.2 27.2 52.6 322.2 215.2 307.2 161.7 31.0 114.4 205.6 12.2 362.9 96.4 8.9 327.6 455.9 16.6 42.6 381.2 114.1 37.0 52.1 320.0 127.9 287.3 26.3 12.2 7.0 198.6 18.2 8.0 114.9 7.2 152.0 355.0 60.3 265.8 Tata Steel International Depth of Section h mm 254.1 9.0 418.5 44.3 9.4 127.6 8.2 114.7 15.9 177.0 393.0 Depth of Section h mm 474.0 49.4 127.9 73.0 282.7 10.5 15.5 14.4 314.2 12.2 318.5 88.6 419.4 12.2 Thickness Web s mm b h 1 0.0 339.5 368.9 152.9 23.2 261.9 167.3 Joists x x s Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 y h 424.2 15.5 5.1 201.2 t Thickness Web s mm b r s 4 7.5 9.5 8.4 x y 47 .0 12.6 436.8 12.8 204.0 467.4 152.3 352.0 9.8 157.1.1.6 368.0 375.5 17.6 370.9 129.5 412.5 9.8 256.0 76.6 10.9 240.4 393.2 x s Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 t Width of Section b mm y b x t y Width of Section b mm 03.6 152.9 19.0 23.2 407.0 399.0 46.6 22.6 365.6 88.0 6.1 35.8 16.3 203.5 11.0 127.9 80.8 209.2 76.2 309.1 132.5 11.7 10.1 235.7 260.9 289.0 21.3 254.6 26.1 276.2 20.1 71.6 9.0 203.0 403.3 254.5 13.5 314.9 10.3 152.4 9.7 25.6 44.9 12.4 7.1 37.1 136.9 8.

2 88.9 76.9 76.5 70 x 40 x 6 b r1 h s t Cy d x 16.8 304.8 20.0 304.5 6.6 228.1 12.2 10.9 76.7 431.5 9.0 7.0 9.0 9.6 9.4 6.7 29.5 Tapered flange channels (TFC) h Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:1993.2 88.1.9 17.5 12.0 12.8 152.9 76.6 8.5 50.2 88.5 5.0 254.2 177.2 430 380 300 300 260 260 230 230 200 200 180 180 150 150 125 100 100 100 100 90 90 75 90 75 90 75 90 75 90 75 65 50 1 1.5 7.0 12.5 16.8 254.2 101.4 10.1.6 203.1 6.5 14.9 10.3 11.0 7.5 15.0 6.6 101.1 29.6 32.5 8.8 23.0 10.6 10.9 76.5 5.1 8.1 7.0 8.9 26.4 26.4 152.0 12.5 12.5 14.0 17.2 88.0 101.5 55.4 127.6 7.2 25.8 177.5 y 6.2 203.0 46.8 y 80 x 45 x 6 100 x 50 x 6 120 x 55 x 7 140 x 60 x 7 * Please refer to Sales Representative for tolerances 48 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 49 x .0 9.0 y 6.8 16.1 Also available* 40 x 20 x 5 40 x 35 x 5 50 x 25 x 5 50 x 38 x 5 60 x 30 x 6 60 x 40 x 6 65 x 42 x 5.3 23.9 14.7 23.5 5.3 10.2 12.4 34.1 8.2 10.3 11.2 7.3 14.0 45.8 27.8 10.2 63. Tolerances to 10279:2000 Designation Cy r1 s x y b h z Cy b x 432 x 102 x 65 381 x 102 x 55 305 x 102 x 46 305 x 89 x 42 254 x 89 x 36 254 x 76 x 28 229 x 89 x 33 229 x 76 x 24 203 x 89 x 30 203 x 76 x 24 178 x 89 x 27 178 x 76 x 21 152 x 89 x 24 152 x 76 x 18 127 x 64 x 15 102 x 51 x 10 76 x 38 x 7 y s t y z y Mass per metre kg/m Depth of Section h mm Width of Section b mm Thickness Web s mm Thickness Flange t mm 65.6 7.4 54.6 6.y 6.8 35.0 6.1 5.2 32.2 9.4 Parallel flange channels (PFC) h Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005 Tolerances to EN 10279:2000 Designation 430 x 100 x 64 380 x 100 x 54 300 x 100 x 46 300 x 90 x 41 260 x 90 x 35 260 x 75 x 28 230 x 90 x 32 230 x 75 x 26 200 x 90 x 30 200 x 75 x 23 180 x 90 x 26 180 x 75 x 20 150 x 90 x 24 150 x 75 x 18 125 x 65 x 15 100 x 50 x 10 b x s t Mass per metre kg/m Depth of Section h mm Width of Section b mm Thickness Web s mm 64.8 381.5 6.0 9.8 13.4 6.9 13.9 88.5 10.1 20.9 17.6 76.8 23.0 14.7 13.4 6.1 7.6 88.8 38.6 6.0 t Thickness Flange t mm d x 1 9.0 228.5 41.9 11.2 41.2 12.7 28.6 101.7 26.9 14.

2 40 x 25 x 4 1.0 100 x 100 x 12 17.8 175 x 175 x 12 27.5 175 x 175 x 15 34.8 150 x 150 x 13 29.3 80 x 80 x 10 11.3 70 x 70 x 9 9.2 100 x 100 x 7 10.7 100 x 100 x 15 21.2 150 x 90 x 9 16.3 150 x 150 x 11 25.5 35 x 35 x 4 2.4 45 x 45 x 4.5 7.1x r 75 x 75 x 8 8.3 150 x 150 x 18 40.3 80 x 80 x 5.7 70 x 70 x 10 10.26 90 x 60 x 6 6.7 Unequal angles u v r2 t t a x Material to EN 10025-2:2003.0 65 x 65 x 8 7.0 250 x 250 x 28 104.85 75 x 75 x 5 5.38 70 x 70 x 5 5.75 200 x 100 x 12 27.1 120 x 75 x 8 11.9 90 x 90 x 10 13.6 180 x 180 x 16 43.06 50 x 50 x 3 2.6 Equal angles 90ϒ 90ϒ a r1 Material to EN 10025:2004.95 90 x 65 x 6 6.y y u v 6.6 80 x 80 x 7 8.3 100 x 100 x 10 15.76 60 x 30 x 6 4.5 180 x 180 x 18 48.1 120 x 120 x 12 21.16 35 x 20 x 3.71 70 x 50 x 6 5.4 70 x 70 x 7 7.5 1.8 150 x 75 x 12 20.0 50 v Designation Mass per t 90ϒ metre kg/m 90ϒ a r 75 x 75 x 10 11.5 2.7 55 x 55 x 6 4.21 30 x 20 x 4 1.12 y a u v r2 t x r1 r2 b x Cx Cy t u y v * Please refer to Sales Representative for tolerances Tata Steel International 51 .94 80 x 65 x 8 7.2 150 x 150 x 20 44.0 250 x 250 x 25 98.8 35 x 35 x 5 3.8 100 x 100 x 11 16.96 80 x 60 x 8 8.76 65 x 50 x 7 5.60 30 x 30 x 5 2.18 65 x 50 x 5 4.92 65 x 50 x 6 5.1 200 x 150 x 15 39.07 80 x 40 x 6 5.5 200 x 200 x 15 45.6 150 x 90 x 10 18.96 45 x 30 x 4 2.42 40 x 40 x 3 1.47 75 x 50 x 6 5.39 75 x 50 x 7 6.6 200 x 150 x 12 32.0 130 x 130 x 12 23.7 45 x 45 x 3 2.8 75 x 75 x 4 4.8 125 x 75 x 11 16.2 125 x 75 x 10 15.12 20 x 20 x 3 0.93 40 x 20 x 4 1.9 90 x 90 x 7 9.36 80 x 60 x 6 6.5 6.7 60 x 60 x 8 7.94 100 x 65 x 7 8.57 60 x 60 x 4 3.2 60 x 60 x 6 5.1 150 x 150 x 15 33.0 150 x 75 x 9 15.47 50 x 50 x 5 3.3 100 x 65 x 8 9.6 90 x 90 x 6 8.4 120 x 120 x 8 14.0 135 x 65 x 8 12.99c c t y a 75 x 75 x 7 7.8 120 x 80 x 10 15.09 60 x 60 x 7 6.45 25 x 25 x 3 1.7 120 x 80 x 12 17.0 120 x 80 x 8 12. Tolerance EN 10056-2:1993 t x c r2 x c y a u v 6.6 120 x 120 x 13 23.0 200 x 100 x 15 33.4 100 x 75 x 12 15.41 65 x 50 x 8 6.0 100 x 75 x 8 10.3 65 x 65 x 9 8.1 50 x 50 x 6 4.8 120 x 120 x 10 18.2 125 x 75 x 12 17.20 30 x 30 x 4 1.06 45 x 45 x 4 2.0 100 x 100 x 9 13.35 60 x 40 x 7 4.4 60 x 60 x 10 8.6 50 x 50 x 8 5.1 200 x 200 x 24 71.5 100 x 100 x 8 12.84 90 x 70 x 8 9.3 200 x 100 x 10 23.0 125 x 75 x 8 12.8 50 x 50 x 7 5.19 Designation Mass per metre kg/m 80 x 65 x 10 9.3 120 x 120 x 15 26.5 1.97 40 x 40 x 4 2.7 90 x 90 x 12 15.0 45 x 45 x 5 3.65 75 x 50 x 5 4.6 120 x 120 x 18 28.46 30 x 20 x 3 1.95 80 x 65 x 6 5.63 90 x 65 x 8 8.34 80 x 40 x 8 7.6 80 x 80 x 5 6.32 80 x 60 x 7 7.9 100 x 100 x 13 19.9 200 x 200 x 18 54.6 100 x 75 x 7 9.9 80 x 80 x 8 9.4 80 x 80 x 6. Dimensions and properties to EN 10056-1:1998.50 60 x 40 x 6 4.71 90 x 60 x 8 8.80 25 x 25 x 4 1.97 100 x 50 x 6 6.73 50 x 30 x 5 2.3 200 x 200 x 16 48.41 75 x 50 x 8 7.2 120 x 75 x 10 14.38 70 x 70 x 6 6.8 80 x 80 x 6 7.6 150 x 150 x 19 42.40 30 x 30 x 3 1.5 40 x 40 x 5 2.1 150 x 100 x 12 22.8 160 x 160 x 15 36.1 200 x 200 x 20 59. Dimensions and properties to EN 10056-1:1998.6 120 x 120 x 11 19.1 100 x 75 x 10 13.25 40 x 25 x 5 2.46 100 x 50 x 8 8.36 50 x 40 x 5 3.83 65 x 65 x 6 5. Tolerance EN 10056-2:1999 r1 x r2 Cx Cy t y u b v y Designation Mass per metre kg/m 250 x 250 x 35 128.00 60 x 30 x 5 3.6 150 x 90 x 12 21.4 135 x 65 x 10 15.1 40 x 40 x 6 3.3 70 x 70 x 8 8.9 200 x 200 x 25 74.4 90 x 90 x 9 12.1.4 100 x 75 x 11 14.5 150 x 100 x 10 19.2 90 x 90 x 8 10.46 60 x 40 x 5 3.4 30 x 30 x 6 2.36 25 x 25 x 5 1.3 65 x 65 x 5 4.2 125 x 75 x 7 10.77 100 x 50 x 10 9.1.4 150 x 75 x 15 24.1 150 x 150 x 16 36.0 150 x 100 x 14 26.42 60 x 60 x 5 4.1 65 x 65 x 7 6.77 40 x 20 x 3 1.6 150 x 150 x 12 27.5 3.9 u v 75 x 75 x 6 6.2 150 x 75 x 10 17.3 45 x 45 x 6 4.3 150 x 150 x 10 23.882 u 1 2 Tata Steel International x Designation Mass per metre kg/m 200 x 150 x 18 47.09 35 x 35 x 3.78 30 x 30 x 3.77 50 x 50 x 4 3.0 150 x 90 x 15 26.30 100 x 65 x 10 12.2 120 x 120 x 9 16.

z b 6.0 36.0 Thickness Flange tf mm 12 13.4 25.9 d s r t Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 19-57/DIN 1025 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 Thickness Flange tf mm Designation Euronorm 19-57 Section 4.1 European beams 6.2 12.5 42.2 9.4 66.4 95.8 8.9 14.6 19.4 8.4 90.1 42.6 4.5 13.5 9.6 9.2.6 17.4 8.7 107 111 129 92.3 75.0 19.2 104 79.7 10.6 22.8 10.2 European sections 6.5 12.6 6.0 29.6 10.2 13.4 12.7 15.0 17.3 37.6 6.4 14.2 22.6 23.5 8.1 57.2 17.2 20.5 7.1 European beams h Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 19-57/DIN 1025 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 Designation Euronorm 19-57 Section IPE 100 A IPE 100 IPE 120 A IPE 120 IPE 140 A IPE 140 IPE 140 R IPE 160 A IPE 160 IPE 160 R IPE 180 A IPE 180 IPE 180 O IPE 180 R IPE 200 A IPE 200 IPE 200 O IPE 200 R IPE 220 A IPE 220 IPE 220 O IPE 220 R IPE 240 A IPE 240 IPE 240 O IPE 240 R IPE 270 A IPE 270 IPE 270 O IPE 270 R IPE 300 A IPE 300 IPE 300 O IPE 300 R IPE 330 A IPE 330 IPE 330 O IPE 330 R IPE 360 A IPE 360 IPE 360 O IPE 360 R 52 Mass per metre G kg/m 6.0 11.2 7 7.5 8 9 9.6 9.2 6.1 3.7 5.0 20.1 6.5 5.6 18.0 49.5 6.3 5.3 9.8 12.7 15.0 70.8 17.5 53 .5 17 17.2 26.6 14.3 30.6 6.8 5.3 44.3 5.4 28.2 6.2 11.5 10.66 10.2 13.6 8 9.5 16.7 5.6 16.0 60.1 12.1 66.5 12.4 3.2 12.8 4.2 30.6 4.0 17 17 19.2 10.1 106 123 134 159 108 122 154 144 184 137 147 160 173 185 196 210 222 Tata Steel International Depth of Section h mm Width of Section b mm 397 400 404 407 408 447 450 456 458 460 497 500 506 508 514 547 550 556 560 566 597 600 610 608 618 753 753 758 762 766 770 775 778 180 180 182 178 182 190 190 192 188 194 200 200 202 198 204 210 210 212 210 216 220 220 224 218 228 263 265 266 267 267 268 268 269 Thickness Web tw mm 7.7 16 IPE 400 A IPE 400 IPE 400 O IPE 400 R IPE 400 V IPE 450 A IPE 450 IPE 450 O IPE 450 R IPE 450 V IPE 500 A IPE 500 IPE 500 O IPE 500 R IPE 500 V IPE 550 A IPE 550 IPE 550 O IPE 550 R IPE 550 V IPE 600 A IPE 600 IPE 600 O IPE 600 R IPE 600 V IPE 750 x 137 IPE 750 x 147 IPE 750 x 161 IPE 750 x 173 IPE 750 x 185 IPE 750 x 196 IPE 750 x 210 IPE 750 x 222 y x x y Tata Steel International Mass per metre G kg/m 57.6 5 5.0 67.6 360 364 367 Width of Section b mm 55 55 64 64 73 73 72 82 82 81 91 91 92 89 100 100 102 98 110 110 112 108 120 120 122 118 135 135 136 133 150 150 152 147 160 160 162 158 170 170 172 168 y tw y tf z Thickness Web tw mm b h 3.5 14.3 8.5 19.2 25.3 21.0 23.6 14.7 12.8 4.5 13.1 8.7 10 11.4 10.7 36.5 15.9 7.7 5.0 11.8 12.5 6.6 7.0 15.2 6.4 Depth of Section h mm 98 100 118 120 138 140 142 157 160 162 177 180 182 183 197 200 202 204 217 220 222 225 237 240 242 245 267 270 274 276 297 300 304 306 327 330 334 336 357.7 43.1 26.4 18.5 11.6 25.9 15.1 18.6 7.8 14.0 8.9 6.4 10.4 4.5 7.3 22.1 14.9 7.7 9.5 6.7 34.5 84.7 13.0 11.2 77.2 9.0 17.2 49.5 5.7 10.4 11.7 81.4 31.2.7 14.2 10.3 50.1 7.7 17.1 9.89 8.7 14.3 4 5 5.5 13.6 92.2 57.0 28.0 15.3 6 6.0 18.6 26.3 12.0 14.0 23.2 29.0 12.1 9.5 7.7 6.3 51.0 24.5 9.5 7 8.7 5.4 22.8 21.1 8 8.

5 6.5 10 13 18 33 Tata Steel International Designation Euronorm 19-57 Section HE 300 AA HE 300 A HE 300 B HE 300 M HE 320 AA HE 320 A HE 320 B HE 320 M HE 340 AA HE 340 A HE 340 B HE 340 M HE 360 AA HE 360 A HE 360 B HE 360 M HE 400 AA HE 400 x 107 HE 400 A HE 400 B HE 400 M HE 450 AA HE 450 x 123 HE 450 A HE 450 B HE 450 M HE 500 AA HE 500 A HE 500 B HE 500 M HE 550 AA HE 550 A HE 550 B HE 550 M HE 600 AA HE 600 x 137 HE 600 x 151 HE 600 x 174 HE 600 A HE 600 B HE 600 M Mass per metre G kg/m 69.4 41.1 24.5 20.5 12.5 21 d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm y x 10.1 18.5 8 11 21 6 8.8 30.1 68.5 9.5 21 10 10.2 5 6 12 4.2 16.5 12 22 7 9 13 23 7.5 16.5 8.5 7 13 4.4 107 125 155 256 99.5 20.7 63.5 18.5 15.5 9 15 6 7 9.5 14.2 28.5 21 9.7 112 142 250 92.6 19.2 157 54.5 17.5 117 47.5 8 10 20 5.9 25 30 40 x y 55 .5 18.5 9.5 6.3 83.5 10 18 6.2 5 6.5 12.4 60.7 124 140 171 263 107 155 187 270 120 166 199 278 129 137 151 175 178 212 285 Tata Steel International Depth of Section h mm 283 290 300 340 301 310 320 359 320 330 340 377 339 350 360 395 378 384 390 400 432 425 435 440 450 478 472 490 500 524 522 540 550 572 571 575 582 588 590 600 620 Width of Section b mm 300 300 300 310 300 300 300 309 300 300 300 309 300 300 300 308 300 297 300 300 307 300 300 300 300 307 300 300 300 306 300 300 300 306 300 300 300 300 300 300 305 Thickness Web tw mm b h 7.3 117 238 74.2 23.5 14 21 10.5 51.5 14 19 39 11 15.5 22.2 97.9 105 134 248 83.5 40 13 16 19 24 40 13.5 40 11.6 127 245 78.8 11.7 35.5 5.5 21.7 20.6 23.5 40 12 17.5 32.3 61.5 6 8 14 5 6 8.4 50.5 12 21 9 10 12.4 42.6 13 15.9 26.5 7.3 103 40.5 21 11.5 14 24 8 10 15 25 8.5 21 8.9 34.7 33.7 52.2 11.6 76.5 12 14.5 21 26 40 14 23 38 40 15 24 29 40 15.3 5.5 10 18 7 8 10.8 14.5 17.8 88.5 15 21 12 11.5 71.z b 6.4 103 189 Depth of Section h mm 91 96 100 120 109 114 120 140 128 133 140 160 148 152 160 180 167 171 180 200 186 190 200 220 205 210 220 240 224 230 240 270 244 250 260 290 264 270 280 310 Width of Section b mm 100 100 100 106 120 120 120 126 140 140 140 146 160 160 160 166 180 180 180 186 200 200 200 206 220 220 220 226 240 240 240 248 260 260 260 268 280 280 280 288 Thickness Web tw mm 4.5 10 11 13.5 y tw Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 19-57/DIN 1025 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 y tf z Thickness Flange tf mm 5.1 European beams h Designation Euronorm 19-57 Section HE 100 AA HE 100 A HE 100 B HE 100 M HE 120 AA HE 120 A HE 120 B HE 120 M HE 140 AA HE 140 A HE 140 B HE 140 M HE 160 AA HE 160 A HE 160 B HE 160 M HE 180 AA HE 180 A HE 180 B HE 180 M HE 200 AA HE 200 A HE 200 B HE 200 M HE 220 AA HE 220 A HE 220 B HE 220 M HE 240 AA HE 240 A HE 240 B HE 240 M HE 260 AA HE 260 A HE 260 B HE 260 M HE 280 AA HE 280 A HE 280 B HE 280 M 54 Mass per metre G kg/m 12.2 76.2.2 93 172 61.2 88.5 11 16 26 9 12 17 32 9.5 4.6 13.6 42.5 7.5 11 21 8 9 11.5 12.

90 Tata Steel International x y tf 56 y tf Mass per metre kg/m 72.4 26 31 d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm y x 16 26 31 40 17 21 27 32 40 18 28 33 40 20 30 35 40 21 31 36 40 43.4 10.3 17.4 35.2 300 x 100 x 44.1 European beams h Designation Euronorm 19-57 Section HE 650 AA HE 650 A HE 650 B HE 650 M HE 700 AA HE 700 x 166 HE 700 A HE 700 B HE 700 M HE 800 AA HE 800 A HE 800 B HE 800 M HE 900 AA HE 900 A HE 900 B HE 900 M HE 1000 AA HE 1000 A HE 1000 B HE 1000 M HE 1000 x 393 HE 1000 x 415 HE 1000 x 494 Mass per metre G kg/m 138 190 225 293 150 166 204 241 301 172 224 262 317 198 252 291 333 222 272 314 349 393 415 494 Depth of Section h mm 620 640 650 668 670 678 690 700 716 770 790 800 814 870 890 900 910 970 990 1000 1008 1016 1020 1036 Width of Section b mm 300 300 300 305 300 300 300 300 304 300 300 300 303 300 300 300 302 300 300 300 302 303 304 309 y tw Material to EN 10025:2004 Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 53-62/DIN 1025 Tolerance EN 10034:1993 z b z b y 6.5 12.34 11.1 84 92.7 14.4 x z 6.0 17.2 330 x 105 x 53.2 17.5 21.5 16 21 13 12.5 7.6 9.7 9.2 13.2.0 16.5 7.3 18.1 9.1 36.8 180 x 75 x 19.9 47.6 b h d s r t y Thickness Flange tf mm 5.2 European standard beams h y tw DIN 1025-1 tf z z Thickness Web tw mm b h 12.90 Tata Steel International Depth of Section h mm 400 360 330 300 270 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 Width of Section b mm 115 110 105 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 Thickness Web tw mm 13.5 9.0 15.5 7.2 30.5 13.0 30.5 8.2.4 115 141 166 199 Depth of Section h mm 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 450 500 550 600 Width of Section b mm 42 50 58 66 74 82 90 98 106 113 119 125 131 137 143 149 155 170 185 200 215 Thickness Web tw mm 3.0 y Cy b h z r1 s t d x y 57 x .7 6.3 27.2.6 200 x 80 x 22.6.0 14.2 220 x 85 x 26.0 11.5 21 15 16 18.5 12.1 14.82 280 x 50 x 7.1 15.3 19.1 100 x 55 x 9.9 26.2 61.2 44.6 22.5 9.0 11.5 6.5 14.5 4.2 53.5 19 21 24.9 4.0 13.0 4.9 46 54 x y IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN IPN 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 450 500 550 600 Mass per metre G kg/m 5.9 54.0 7.2 26.5 10.0 10.0 140 x 65 x 14.5 17 21 14 15 17.2 18.4 11.3 European parallel flange channels (UPE) b h y tw y DIN 1026:2002 Designation 400 x 115 x 72.5 12.2 360 x 110 x 61.9 6.0 9.5 5.0 5.7 160 x 70 x 17.0 8.9 7.2 61 68 76.9 21.5 5.82 7.94 8.5 21 16 16.5 5.2 240 x 90 x 30.1 5.8 7.3 6.8 11.7 17.2 13.2 16.0 5.2 31.0 19.0 13.1 10.8 19.5 120 x 60 x 12.3 12.0 Thickness Flange tf mm 18.1 14.4 16.5 20.0 6.4 270 x 95 x 35.5 12.7 8.1 8.2 41.5 12.6 24.0 21.0 32.

1 62.6 3.5 16.5 18.5 32 30 27.4 25.3 24.9 309.5 6.9 39.5 36 31 30 26.9 1020 1016 1008.5 39 34 31 29.5 11 10.9 73.3 Thickness of Web tw mm 26 22 20 18 45.1 1025.7 39.2 280 x 95 x 42 260 x 90 x 38 240 x 85 x 33 220 x 80 x 29 200 x 75 x 25 180 x 70 x 22 160 x 65 x 19 140 x 60 x 16 120 x 55 x 13.2 200.9 40 35.0 43.7 222 970 787 725 656 588 537 491 449 420 390 368 344 381.2 970.9 23.6 436.5 15.9 34.4 23.1 1000 990.5 46.1 5.7 942.2 y x x y 59 .5 7 7 6 6 6 5.5 8 6.9 Depth Section d mm 1118 1108 1100 1090 1092 1068 1048 1040 1032 1030 1020 1012 1008 1000 990 982 1056 1036 1036.9 20.7 307 305.8 63.5 14 14 10 10 10 9.7 253.4 25.9 932 926.8 380 x 102 x 63.4 903 x tf Material to ASTM A36 Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992 Cy r1 s y z b h y b b y Width Section b mm 405 402 400 400 424 417 412 409 408 407 404 402 402 400 400 400 314 309 308.3 22 18.5 910.4 238.5 11.1 34.5 304.6 21.4 25.1 21.9 26 24.9 15.1 American W-sections d x tw x y Tata Steel International Designation Mass Euronorm per Serial Size foot Size in lb mm W44 x 16 335 1100 400 W44 x 16 290 1100 400 W44 x 16 262 1100 400 W44 x 16 230 1100 400 W40 x 16 593 1016 400 W40 x 16 503 1016 400 W40 x 16 431 1016 400 W40 x 16 397 1016 400 W40 x 16 372 1016 400 W40 x 16 362 1016 400 W40 x 16 324 1016 400 W40 x 16 297 1016 400 W40 x 16 277 1016 400 W40 x 16 249 1016 400 W40 x 16 215 1016 400 W40 x 16 199 1016 400 W40 x 12 392 1016 305 W40 x 12 331 1016 305 W40 x 12 327 1016 305 W40 x 12 294 1016 305 W40 x 12 278 1016 305 W40 x 12 264 1016 305 W40 x 12 235 1016 305 W40 x 12 211 1016 305 W40 x 12 183 1016 305 W40 x 12 167 1016 305 W40 x 12 149 1016 305 1 W36 x 16 ⁄2 652 914 419 1 W36 x 16 ⁄2 529 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 487 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 441 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 395 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 361 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 330 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 302 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 282 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 262 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 247 914 419 W36 x 161⁄2 231 914 419 W36 x 12 256 914 305 W36 x 12 232 914 305 W36 x 12 210 914 305 W36 x 12 194 914 305 W36 x 12 182 914 305 W36 x 12 170 914 305 W36 x 12 160 914 305 W36 x 12 150 914 305 W36 x 12 135 914 305 Tata Steel International Mass per metre kg/m 499 433 390 343 883 748 642 591 554 539 483 443 412 371 321 296 584 494 486.1 89.5 9 8.1 19.6 80 x 45 x 9 70 x 40 x 6.5 8 7.3 19.3 307.8 16 13.1 350 x 100 x 60.5 21.1 b h d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm 45 40 46 31 82 70 60 55.0 22.1 31 27.6 59.1 303.4 17.7 5.1 46 41.6 923 918.9 51.6 320 x 100 x 59.3 248.2 29.4 314.8 7.5 31.3 1043 1011 999 987 975 965 957 948 943 936 931 927 950.1 64 54 54.1 271.0 40.5 16 50.6 8.4 307.9 25.2.6 34.1 60.9 38.1 19 16.1 224.8 37.0 28.5 10 9 8.9 Depth of Section h mm 400 380 350 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 70 65 60 50 50 40 Width of Section b mm 110 102 100 100 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 42 30 36 25 20 Thickness Web tw mm y 14 13.1 49 46 43.5 6 7 5 5 t Thickness Flange tf mm d x 18 16 16 17.0 42.5 16 15 14 13 12.1 47.4 100 x 50 x 10.1 313 289.5 28.3.5 300 x 100 x 46.3 16.7 349.9 40 36.4 22.8 65 x 42 x 7 60 x 30 x 5.4 21.z 6.1 16.9 68.9 58 y s t Mass per metre kg/m 71.1 980.6 345.8 304.5 16.3 272.3 20.6 6.4 European tapered flange channels (UPN) h DIN 1026 Designation 400 x 110 x 71.9 40 x 20 x 2.3 32.1 50 x 38 x 6 50 x 25 x 3.3 American sections 6.5 5 6 7 6 5.9 36.1 19.9 2.4 914.4 304 303 302 300 300 300 300 446 437 434 431 427 425 422 423 422 420 419 418 310.0 55.9 33.4 10.9 415 392.9 52 51.9 24.5 305.9 31 26 21.2 41.

9 52.6 153.9 10.5 26.9 39.4 331.6 19.9 53.4 329.8 356.9 125.7 38.9 217.8 328.5 356.9 39.1 617.2 268 267 266.6 19 17.7 834.1 871.4 25.8 254 255.4 384.2 551 498 455 416.4 30.1 868 862 855.9 350.8 236 191.2 92.9 388.9 409 369.1 15.1 19.7 25.1 885 877.1 859 850.4 877.4 22.7 18 16.9 238.2 758 754 750 826 772 762 752 744 736.5 271.1 33.3 16.9 38.9 623.4 387.3 122 109 101 92.4 Depth Section d mm 913 903 893.8 62 56.8 433.9 14.4 16.3 13.6 35.2 14 12.3 24.9 582 531 484.4 357.9 23.1 11.1 48 43.4 24.7 382 381 266.9 23.2 171.1 30 25.2 286.9 23.7 396 393 390.2 865.7 24.5 41.3 299.5 13.3 391.4 29.2 608 602.6 16.4 291.9 21.3 383.9 133.2 227.8 15 12.8 12.8 12 50 35.5 210.5 26.4 23.2 20.2 299.3 433.3.9 333 330.6 21.4 170.1 802.6 17.5 45.4 21.9 382 383.7 21 Tata Steel International Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm W27 x 10 94 686 254 W27 x 10 84 686 254 3 W24 x 12 ⁄4 370 610 324 3 W24 x 12 ⁄4 335 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 306 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 279 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 250 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 229 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 207 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 192 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 176 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 162 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 146 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 131 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 117 610 324 W24 x 123⁄4 104 610 324 W24 x 9 198 610 229 W24 x 9 163 610 229 W24 x 9 146 610 229 W24 x 9 128 610 229 W24 x 9 114 610 229 W24 x 9 103 610 229 W24 x 9 94 610 229 W24 x 9 84 610 229 W24 x 9 76 610 229 W24 x 9 68 610 229 W24 x 7 62 610 178 W24 x 7 55 610 178 1 W21 x 12 ⁄4 275 533 312 1 W21 x 12 ⁄4 248 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 223 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 201 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 182 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 166 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 147 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 132 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 122 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 111 533 312 W21 x 121⁄4 101 533 312 W21 x 81⁄4 93 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 83 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 73 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 68 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 62 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 55 533 210 W21 x 81⁄4 48 533 210 Tata Steel International Mass per metre kg/m 140.1 20.2 69.5 14 13.4 679 669 660.1 27.1 292.4 37.7 18.2 295.9 23.5 Thickness of Web tw mm 32 29.3 326.4 299.9 802 548 500 457 418.6 220.2 152.4 362.2 612.8 193.9 196.5 x tw Material to ASTM A36 Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992 x tf y Width Section b mm 411 409 406 404 401.3 278.6 196.9 603 593 585 577 571 560 554 551 546 543 549 544.5 677.2 323 288.5 15.8 262.9 10 31 28.1 231.4 403 401 399.8 24.1 15.9 21.9 24.6 19.8 260.6 32.1 19 18.1 19.4 322 319 317 315 318 316 315 313 312 214 212 210.9 63 57.9 843 833 823 813.1 34 30.6 230.4 22.6 295.8 270.4 14 12.9 714 702 692.6 603 599 612.2 264.1 218.5 31.1 19.1 32 29.1 47 41.5 536.6 303.1 21.6 473.6 14.6 250.1 308.9 39.9 711 699 689.5 26.1 528 524 Width Section b mm 253.1 American W-sections d Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm 3 W33 x 15 ⁄4 387 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 354 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 318 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 291 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 263 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 241 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 221 838 400 W33 x 153⁄4 201 838 400 W33 x 111⁄2 219 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 204 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 187 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 169 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 152 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 141 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 130 838 292 W33 x 111⁄2 118 838 292 W30 x 15 391 762 381 W30 x 15 357 762 381 W30 x 15 326 762 381 W30 x 15 292 762 381 W30 x 15 261 762 381 W30 x 15 235 762 381 W30 x 15 211 762 381 W30 x 15 191 762 381 W30 x 15 173 762 381 1 W30 x 10 ⁄2 148 762 267 1 W30 x 10 ⁄2 132 762 267 W30 x 101⁄2 124 762 267 W30 x 101⁄2 116 762 267 W30 x 101⁄2 108 762 267 W30 x 101⁄2 99 762 267 W30 x 101⁄2 90 762 267 W27 x 14 539 686 356 W27 x 14 368 686 356 W27 x 14 336 686 356 W27 x 14 307 686 356 W27 x 14 281 686 356 W27 x 14 258 686 356 W27 x 14 235 686 356 W27 x 14 217 686 356 W27 x 14 194 686 356 W27 x 14 178 686 356 W27 x 14 161 686 356 W27 x 14 146 686 356 W27 x 10 221 686 254 W27 x 10 201 686 254 W27 x 10 182 686 254 W27 x 10 159 686 254 W27 x 10 129 686 254 W27 x 10 114 686 254 W27 x 10 102 686 254 60 Mass per metre kg/m 576 527.6 19 47 39.4 146.5 239.8 15.5 89.4 14.1 840.6 19.4 360.6 17.1 31 26.1 35.1 63 57.1 20.7 294.8 254.1 10.5 181.2 9.5 230 228.8 175.9 24.2 39.9 653 647 641 635 628 622 616 611 667 651 643.6 34.4 314.5 539.2 25.1 113 101.5 15.8 47 42.4 324.1 32 29.1 17 16.9 359.9 11.4 387 372 369 366.6 21.1 19 18.1 34.9 779 773 779 769.3 10.1 21.6 179 178 327.6 19.1 261.8 293 292.8 766 762.3 14.4 23.6 21.5 29 25.4 175 155.7 14 34.0 b h d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm 19 16.5 15.1 293.5 14.9 53.1 21.7 18.4 329 327 329 328 327 325 324 240.7 165.2 190.1 728 722.9 y x x y 61 .4 700.8 210 209.1 49 45 40.8 17.3 246.9 37.1 16.1 635 628.7 14.5 9.7 253 347 343 340 338 334.9 53.9 795 785.5 15.7 11.2 283.4 24.y b 6.7 226.3 349.8 184.9 257.9 297.3 373 341.6 138.2 229 228.1 15.9 38.7 266 265.4 24.9 732 723.4 22.8 695 739.2 264.1 34 31 27.1 34 27.4 11.7 533.6 218.3 18.5 236 234.9 218.3 209 207 Thickness of Web tw mm 12.1 48 43.2 22.4 21.8 55.9 37.9 35.5 29.9 364.2 27.1 31 27.4 358.1 355 264.9 22.3 150.3 17.2 257.9 846.5 139.9 687.5 10.1 243.6 50.4 15.1 82 72 Depth Section d mm 683.6 13.7 12.2 26.2 Thickness Flange tf mm 57.8 173 160.3 23.3 81.3 196.1 714 706.6 10.1 125.

3 193.9 252.3 12.9 14.4 177.9 18.5 75.4 15 13.5 311 307.6 213.1 129.4 17.5 16.9 11.5 13 11.6 152.2 52.7 464 421 384 349 314.8 343.5 33.3 457 190.2 9.5 47.8 406.1 39.2 309 308 307.4 353.8 633.4 191.3 356 348 341 333 327.5 9 15 8.9 322.8 11.3 89.1 262.9 b h d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm 57.8 27.7 57.8 29.7 10.4 29.2 13 11.9 25 13.9 177 158 144 128 113 106.8 454.4 22.2 27.9 48.3 110.9 18.6 365.4 431 265 425 263 420 261 415 260 417 181 412.8 463.5 454 415.5 16 8.6 387 381 375 372 368 364 360 356 363 360 357 353 354 350 347 358 355 351.7 17 15.9 22.6 35.6 40.8 19.6 7.9 9.9 21.1 143.7 26.8 179.1 12.9 592.4 20.2 67.6 10.7 8.4 306 305.9 106 60.6 424 465 421 455.6 63.4 32.2 81.6 26.8 421.5 17 30.4 287.3 10.3 7.1 33.4 8.9 115 65.5 53.2 142.2 24.1 62.7 13.6 35.2 282.0 16.5 134 122.6 177.9 449.3 38.3 16.3 82 74.6 10.8 28.1 98.9 35.6 88.8 24.9 991 902.1 67.4 7 6.9 Width Section b mm 412 409 406 404 401 399 398 394.2 6.6 551 509.4 10.3 30.1 68.9 20.1 20.7 Tata Steel International Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm W14 x 16 311 356 406 W14 x 16 283 356 406 W14 x 16 257 356 406 W14 x 16 233 356 406 W14 x 16 211 356 406 W14 x 16 193 356 406 W14 x 16 176 356 406 W14 x 16 159 356 406 W14 x 16 145 356 406 W14 x 141⁄2 132 356 368 1 W14 x 14 ⁄2 120 356 368 W14 x 141⁄2 109 356 368 W14 x 141⁄2 99 356 368 W14 x 141⁄2 90 356 368 W14 x 10 82 356 254 W14 x 10 74 356 254 W14 x 10 68 356 254 W14 x 10 61 356 254 W14 x 8 50 356 203 W14 x 8 45 356 203 W14 x 8 40 356 203 W14 x 63⁄4 38 356 171 3 W14 x 6 ⁄4 34 356 171 W14 x 63⁄4 30 356 171 W14 x 5 26 356 127 W14 x 5 22 356 127 W12 x 12 336 305 305 W12 x 12 305 305 305 W12 x 12 279 305 305 W12 x 12 252 305 305 W12 x 12 230 305 305 W12 x 12 210 305 305 W12 x 12 190 305 305 W12 x 12 170 305 305 W12 x 12 152 305 305 W12 x 12 136 305 305 W12 x 12 120 305 305 W12 x 12 106 305 305 W12 x 12 96 305 305 W12 x 12 87 305 305 W12 x 12 79 305 305 W12 x 12 72 305 305 W12 x 12 65 305 305 Tata Steel International Mass per metre kg/m 462.5 33.6 21.2 162 147.5 x tw Material to ASTM A36 Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992 x tf y Depth Width Section Section d b mm mm 535 166 529 166 525 165 567 305 555 302 545 289 535 296 525 293 517 291 509 289 501 287 495 285 489 283 482 286 476 284 472 283 467 282 463 280 469 194 467.1 374.2 59.4 y x x y 63 .7 382.7 10.1 18 15.1 59.8 32.5 58.7 9.2 192.8 202.5 9.9 402.2 398 141.8 14 13.2 11.6 8.3 196.4 8.7 8.2 171.7 65.9 10.2 415 403 391 382 373.8 158.5 409.9 226.9 12.9 Depth Section d mm 435 425 416 407 399 393.7 403.4 340 336 334 330 328 324.6 26.6 36.9 16 9 14.4 44.1 7.6 6 45.7 235.4 38.4 349 427.1 216.5 9.1 41.3 149 132 114 100 85 74.7 62.6 48 43.6 31.8 15.6 20.4 22.9 96.8 7.4 458 153.2 319 317 315 313 311.8 52.3 11.3 313.6 69.6 67.1 54.6 19.3 677.1 323 318 314.5 446 416 Thickness Thickness of Web Flange tw tf mm mm 10.3 67.8 394 374 373 371 370 369 257 256 255 254 204 204 203 172.6 77 45 72.9 51.1 46 39 1087.3 44.1 American W-sections d Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm 1 W21 x 6 ⁄2 57 533 165 W21 x 61⁄2 50 533 165 W21 x 61⁄2 44 533 165 W18 x 11 311 457 280 W18 x 11 283 457 280 W18 x 11 258 457 280 W18 x 11 234 457 280 W18 x 11 211 457 280 W18 x 11 192 457 280 W18 x 11 175 457 280 W18 x 11 158 457 280 W18 x 11 143 457 280 W18 x 11 130 457 280 W18 x 11 119 457 280 W18 x 11 106 457 280 W18 x 11 97 457 280 W18 x 11 86 457 280 W18 x 11 76 457 280 W18 x 71⁄2 71 457 191 W18 x 71⁄2 65 457 191 W18 x 71⁄2 60 457 191 W18 x 71⁄2 55 457 191 W18 x 71⁄2 50 457 191 W18 x 6 46 457 152 W18 x 6 40 457 152 W18 x 6 35 457 152 W16 x 10 100 406 254 W16 x 10 89 406 254 W16 x 10 77 406 254 W16 x 10 67 406 254 W16 x 7 57 406 178 W16 x 7 50 406 178 W16 x 7 45 406 178 W16 x 7 40 406 178 W16 x 7 36 406 178 1 W16 x 5 ⁄2 31 406 140 1 W16 x 5 ⁄2 26 406 140 W14 x 16 730 356 406 W14 x 16 665 356 406 W14 x 16 605 356 406 W14 x 16 550 356 406 W14 x 16 500 356 406 W14 x 16 455 356 406 W14 x 16 426 356 406 W14 x 16 398 356 406 W14 x 16 370 356 406 W14 x 16 342 356 406 62 Mass per metre kg/m 84.9 13.9 15 23.1 18.3 16.1 13.1 13.6 418.2 819 744.6 10.5 17.5 179.1 500.6 30 26.9 106.8 14.5 171.7 39.7 57 51 45 39.6 36.9 6.3.4 16.6 48.3 42.1 126 125.6 11.8 152.4 347 313.4 19.6 78 125 71.3 22.6 22.5 9.5 97 55.1 25 22.y b 6.6 117.8 569 454 550 448 531 442 514 437 498 432 483 428 474.1 60.3 16.7 286.5 9.7 19.9 460 191.4 91 74.5 24.6 18.3 12.6 18.5 39.6 178.8 18 21.3 Thickness of Web tw mm 35.5 32.3 7.4 52.4 178.2 19.4 101.7 74.2 23.8 17.3 261 235.1 12 10.

7 254.6 13.3 15.4 258.8 101.6 146.4 205.8 21 167.1 5 6.6 8.1 67.9 101.2 101.2 260.7 10 9.2 10.3 269 264.2 6.3 256.6 152.7 308.4 25.3 209.5 152 100 W5 x 5 19 130 130 W5 x 5 16 130 130 W4 x 4 13 100 100 Tata Steel International Mass per metre kg/m 99.8 Tata Steel International Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm W8 x 8 67 203 203 W8 x 8 58 203 203 W8 x 8 48 203 203 W8 x 8 40 203 203 W8 x 8 35 203 203 W8 x 8 31 203 203 1 W8 x 6 ⁄2 28 203 133 1 24 203 133 W8 x 6 ⁄2 21 203 133 W8 x 51⁄4 1 18 203 133 W8 x 5 ⁄4 W8 x 4 15 203 100 W8 x 4 13 203 100 W8 x 4 10 203 100 W6 x 6 25 152 152 W6 x 6 20 152 152 W6 x 6 15 152 152 W6 x 4 16 152 100 W6 x 4 12 152 100 W6 x 4 9 152 100 W6 x 4 8.3 15.4 8.4 44.5 5.1 282 276.6 14.5 5.2 15.1 13.5 4.7 305.8 209.8 101.1 41.9 132 114.3 14.1 145 102.6 146.0 37 30 23 24 18 13.8 10.4 101.4 7.6 101.3 14.5 9.8 4.4 26.1 206.8 24 28.1 b h d s r t Thickness Flange tf mm 23.3 6.2 205 201 210 207 206 203 200 161.2 11.9 6.5 13.2 9.9 10.2 49.2 102 102 100 100 128 127 103 Thickness of Web tw mm 14.2 5.8 157.1 19.6 22.1 71 60 52 46.8 4.3 13.3 259 257.2 254 254 x tw Material to ASTM A36 Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992 x tf y Width Section b mm 254 254 205 204 203 167 166 165 102.9 7.9 262.4 8.1 8.1 303 289.0 28.2 12.7 13.0 6.8 204.2 9.3 8 6.6 206.8 6.3 4.1 8.6 6.4 5.6 17.7 35.1 257 252 247 265.4 160 153 150 148 131 127 106 Width Section b mm 210.5 7.3 Depth Section d mm 228.1 American W-sections d Designation Mass per Size foot Size in lb mm W12 x 10 58 305 254 W12 x 10 53 305 254 W12 x 8 50 305 203 W12 x 8 45 305 203 W12 x 8 40 305 203 1 W12 x 6 ⁄2 35 305 165 1 W12 x 6 ⁄2 30 305 165 W12 x 61⁄2 26 305 165 W12 x 4 22 305 102 W12 x 4 19 305 102 W12 x 4 16 305 102 W12 x 4 14 305 102 W10 x 10 112 254 254 W10 x 10 100 254 254 W10 x 10 88 254 254 W10 x 10 77 254 254 W10 x 10 68 254 254 W10 x 10 60 254 254 W10 x 10 54 254 254 W10 x 10 49 254 254 W10 x 8 45 254 203 W10 x 8 39 254 203 W10 x 8 33 254 203 3 W10 x 5 ⁄4 30 254 146 3 W10 x 5 ⁄4 26 254 146 W10 x 53⁄4 22 254 146 W10 x 53⁄4 16 254 146 W10 x 4 19 254 102 W10 x 4 17 254 102 W10 x 4 15 254 102 W10 x 4 12 254 102 64 Mass per metre kg/m 86.6 204 203 202 147.6 166 165 134 133 102 102 100 154.2 17.6 Depth Section d mm 310 306 310 306 303 317 313 310 312.5 79 74.5 11 13 11.3.4 254.1 59.8 6.1 73.2 44.2 6.5 11.3 7.2 11.2 24.8 10.6 6 5.1 5.1 148.6 222.6 32.4 152.6 67.4 6.8 6.7 10.5 38.6 16.8 y x x y 65 .6 6.9 152.8 28.5 17.3 9.4 7.9 80.6 6.3 203.7 52.9 10.8 8.4 10 8.8 19.3 15.1 19.1 23.1 58.3 254.4 6.8 9.3 6 5.6 5.3 253 260.5 7.y b 6.3 14.1 6.7 32.4 8.5 12.2 7.5 19.3 25.8 Thickness Flange tf mm 16.2 215.3 256.9 9.6 86.1 7.5 11 11.7 5.9 31.8 7 5.2 263 261.3 22.6 5.2 8.6 Thickness of Web tw mm 9.4 257.7 31.7 28.9 8 7.8 6.3 88.8 5.2 22 17.6 101 265.8 38.7 20.2 203.

0 549.1 500 356 x 406 744.4 Foundations & Piling tf Width Section b mm 454. Guangzhou.0 483. Typical structures include cofferdams. Sheet piles are available in U.0 569. Z and straight web profiles and typical sizes and properties are shown in the table opposite.5 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International is a supplier of piling products. Sheet piles are typically supplied in accordance with EN 10248 grades S270GP and S355GP.9 60. The Jumbo sections are produced from ultra-clean steels and precision-rolled to the highest levels of dimensional accuracy. wharves and harbour works.4 550 356 x 406 818. as well as corner. UK.0 497. whilst maintaining the best driving qualities.4 448. quays. Shanghai.9 432.9 65.1 427. higher and stronger.7 605 356 x 406 900. including both sheet and tubular piles.2 Thickness Flange tf mm 125 115 106 97 88. Canary Wharf. both temporary and permanent.3 436.3 442. although higher strength grades and weathering grades can be supplied. China • Barclays Bank Headquarters. Tata Steel offers the opportunity to build large structures faster. This is complemented by a full range of interlocks.2 Jumbo sections d x tw Material to ASTM A36 Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992 x y The Tata Steel Group is one of a select few manufacturing businesses that can produce the world’s largest structural sections. The sections are designed to offer the superior strength to weight ratio.0 531.6 51. Malaysia • Guangdong Olympic Stadium.5 665 356 x 406 990.5 55. USA • Jin Mao Building. where typical sizes and properties are shown in Section 8. Kuala Lumpur.8 455 356 x 406 677.1 6. Tata Steel International can offer technical assistance and advice in the design and application of piling systems through our expert piling engineers within the business.6 Thickness of Web tw mm 78 71. London STM A992 A Serial Size in W14 x 16 W14 x 16 W14 x 16 W14 x 16 W14 x 16 W14 x 16 66 Mass Mass Depth per Serial per Section foot Size metre d lb mm kg/m mm 730 356 x 406 1086. By working closely with some of the world’s most prestigious construction companies. y b h d x s r x t y Some examples of major projects that have used our Jumbo Sections are: • 383 Madison Avenue.9 81. Tata Steel International 67 .0 514. New York. as well as land reclamation and retaining walls. For further information contact us in Milton Keynes. junction and closure piles to ensure a complete package can be supplied. enabling us to offer solutions for a wide variety of construction projects. China • Petronas Towers. Tubular piles are generally supplied in accordance with API-5L.3.y b 6.

8 108 9.1 106.5 9.6 15.2 170.000mm to X42 – RQT701 mooring 4. ID = Internal Diameter.5 75.000mm X65/X70 to 3.0 74.8 103.5 9.8 15.8 110. WT = Wall Thickness Tata Steel International 69 .5 PS31 Typical Typical size Typical application range grades Formulae for carbon steel round tubes s Z piles Tubular piles Tubular piles have been used for many years in marine structures as free-standing elements and more recently as part of a combination with sheet piles.4 64.2 121.0 – 106.3 90. b Combined moment of Inertia lyy cm4/m 414 414 Tata Steel International π (OD 4 – ID 4) = cm 4/mtr 640000 OD = Outside Diameter.4 Foundations & Piling z t y y s h z U piles section 602 603 603k 604 605 606 SX10 SX18 SX27 b width height of one of wall pile b h mm mm 600 310 600 310 600 310 600 380 600 410 600 420 600 260 600 360 600 420 thickness of the flange t mm 8.8 158 – 61.7 98.6 9.4 16.4 x elastic section modulus Wyy cm3/m 103 1033 Weight (kg/mtr) [OD(mm) – WT(mm)] x WT(mm) x 0.4 137.0 b thickness mass of the pile wall web s mm kg/m kg/m2 8.2 67.500mm Dolphin/ 2.0 82.7 151.2 12.5 12.5 9.0 elastic Combined section moment modulus of Inertia Wyy lyy cm3/m cm4/m 845 13075 1180 18251 1220 18900 1620 30726 2006 41127 2506 52631 1000 13000 1800 32400 2700 56700 t h section PZ22 PZ27 PZ35 PZ40 PZC 13 PZC 18 PZC 26 PZC 36 width height of one of wall pile b h mm mm 559 235 457 307 575 384 500 417 708 319 635 387 708 450 630 506 thickness thickness mass of the of the pile wall flange web t s mm mm kg/m kg/m2 9.0 9.5 9.1 113.5 61.000mm Quay wall 1.2 9.0 68.0 155.6.2 15.1 15.1 134.2 13.4 18.0246615 = kg/mtr Freight Factor (m3/tonne) ( )( ) 2 OD x 1000 = m 3/tonne 1000 kg/m Section modulus (cm 3/mtr) π (OD 4 – ID 4) = cm 3/mtr 32000OD where OD and ID = mm Moment of inertia (cm4/mtr) x section PS27.000mm Longitudinal 6m – 15m Longitudinal /Spiral Longitudinal /Spiral/Circ Longitudinal /Circ 6m – 15m 6m – 35m 6m – 40m b elastic Combined section moment modulus of Inertia Wyy lyy cm3/m cm4/m 990 11620 1660 25580 2635 50455 3300 68645 1300 20755 1800 34890 2600 58460 3600 91140 width of one pile b mm 500 500 t height thickness mass of one of the pile wall pile web h t mm mm kg/m kg/m2 – 10.7 193.3 110.5 61.5 10.7 10 10.3 – 12.5 8.2 Straight web 68 Typical supply options Typical length range General Up to S355J2H purpose 600mm Crane rail 600mm to B/X42/X70 piles 1.0 177.3 13.2 9.1 123.8 135.5 75.3 9.5 9.7 97.6 195.4 12.7 75.6 136. The range of tubular piles has increased continuously to meet a growing demand.0 54.8 16.5 9.0 – 81.1 118.2 94.

Readily adaptable. Open Cell Technology The Open Cell bulkhead is a cellular flat sheet pile structure. this system is suitable for ship berths. because Open Cells require relatively few critical steps. • Face wall heights to 30m • High loads (vertical/horizontal) • Soft or dense soils • Ice impact Significant savings can be achieved by using Open Cell structures over traditional designs through reduced construction time. Soft Soils or Shallow Bedrock and Seismic Conditions. Size range Supply type 6 and 8mm 10 – 40mm Typically in coil form and straight lengths up to 12 metres Typically in straight lengths up to 12 metres Open Cell™ structures High Load Capacity Structures suitable for Deep Water. Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 71 . which translates into a more efficient speed of construction and thereby provides a combination of low cost with high performance. in which each cell’s sheet piles are driven in the shape of a ‘U’ (when viewed from above). bridge abutments. artificial islands and other uses where the following might be required or encountered. Figure 1 Example of rib pattern of grade 500A with four transverse rib series. (see diagram) and in cut lengths or bar-in-coil. Rebar and mesh All products are in accordance with common international specifications such as BS 4449. The simplicity of the system is an advantage during construction. DIN 488 and ASTM A615. erosion control. construction from land and reduced material costs. The bar materials can be supplied either plain or ribbed.6. This technology is used primarily on docks and similar structures.4 Foundations & Piling Reinforcing products Tata Steel International can supply a wide variety of reinforcing products including Re-bar. 70 Figure 2 Example of rib pattern of grade 500B/C with four transverse rib series. D-bar and reinforcing mesh for the construction industry.

2 15.9 328.0 373.1 20.9 21.1 204.6 12.27 7.4 258.0 108.9 30.7 10.1 14.3 9.2 15.7 12.9 85.9 16.0 256.1 11.2 15.6 15.3 307.0 78.2 290.7 307.0 149.3 254.9 51770 51010 43970 37980 30630 52700 42610 33070 27410 23560 20040 18420 16440 12280 10070 8860 5027 4100 20720 18460 15880 13680 10990 17580 14140 10910 9002 7709 6529 5984 5326 4215 3439 3016 1705 1384 73 .9 361.4 Foundations & Piling D d t BS4.4 356.0 10.7 205.9 22.5 15.63 8.0 325.3 318.2 15.6 22.7 17.1 16.0 53.1 126.4 13.9 14.7 308. ASTM.3 200.8 160.7 11.3 25.7 246.r 6.1 71.3 200.3 12.4 13.8 378.8 30. T B Bearing piles ‘H’ section piles are the ideal solution when foundations are required in difficult installation conditions or when a low displacement pile is needed.4 17.0 312.2 15.2 290.4 12.7 246.00 9.6 207.0 63.7 246.9 222.2 15.6 20.7 12.2 15.0 14.0 173.0 94.67 12. ASTM Size Mass per foot in lb UP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 UP12x12 UP12x12 UP12x12 HP12x12 HP12x12 HP12x12 UP12x12 HP12x12 HP10x10 UP10x10 HP10x10 HP8x8 UP8x8 72 121 117 102 89 73 150 125 100 84 74 63 59 53 57 48 42 36 30 Metric/BS4 Equivalent 356x368x180 356x368x174 356x368x152 356x368x133 356x368x109 305x305x223 305x305x186 305x305x149 305x305x126 305x305x110 305x305x95 305x305x88 305x305x79 254x254x85 254x254x71 254x254x63 203x203x54 203x203x45 Mass per metre Depth of Section kg D mm 180.1 20.9 14.9 310.2 12.3 11.2 10.7 246.7 299.5 Tata Steel International Thickness of Flange T mm 21.6 11.4 352.9 303.0 9. Their inherent strength and wide range permit optimal solutions.4 11.5 376.6 17.8 9.7 12.9 15.3 160.4 337.7 301.11 10.1 110.2 290.6 12.3 17.9 316.7 8.4 260.2 15.8 Ratios of Local Buckling Flange B/2T 9.3 16.2 Tata Steel International 290.8 15.8 12.36 6.3 13.1 10.0 10.2 290.0 200.1 18.7 247.7 18.5 11.3 12.5 20.8 306.5 19.14 9.7 246.9 88.4 5.4 9.4 25.7 200.2 246.5 Root Radius Depth between fillets r mm d mm 15.8 14.7 320.2 15.0 133.2 15.7 246.3 12.9 44.2 15.28 10.9 186.5 13.8 Second Moment of Area Axis Axis yy xx 4 cm4 cm Web d/t 13.89 10.9 152.9 362.5 312.0 14.8 371.2 16.2 Width Thickof ness Section of Web B t mm mm 378.3 18.2 15.3 249.7 246.0 346.

98 4.830 0.825 0.4 13.6 10.828 0.05 8.0 14.7 19.821 0.46 9.6 943 560 295 182 122 80.37 4.126 67 330 223 151 84.822 0.59 5.87 3.58 7.7 57.3 32. ASTM.1 15.830 0.92 Axis xx cm3 Axis yy cm3 2923 2823 2468 2158 1769 3119 2596 2076 1755 1531 1320 1221 1099 966 807 717 493 410 1011 976 845 732 592 1079 881 691 575 496 423 389 348 324 267 235 164 134 Plastic Modulus Axis xx cm3 3306 3186 2767 2406 1956 3653 3003 2370 1986 1720 1475 1361 1218 1092 904 799 557 459 Axis yy cm3 1552 1497 1293 1118 903 1680 1366 1065 885 762 648 595 531 498 409 360 252 206 Tata Steel International Buckling Parameter Torsional Index Warping Constant Torsional Constant Area of Section u x H dm6 J cm4 d cm2 0.13 9.827 0.829 0.0 12.24 6.2 9.2 13.8 48.0 64.11 0.826 0.5 8.1 13.6 18.4 Foundations & Piling D d t BS4.13 4.6 13.8 12.830 0.1 13.9 15.9 12.4 20.8 10.95 1.15 3.73 7.38 1.2 46.1 24.6 23.65 1.49 7.827 0.2 15.6 10.55 8.25 1.5 15.r 6.2 68.8 20.8 18.99 8.28 6.55 11.55 3.05 4.826 0.17 6.8 17.3 15.9 13.6 Tata Steel International 5.42 7.607 0.9 81.7 20.24 2.486 0.87 7.827 0.10 9.158 0.31 7.4 34.832 0.90 7.42 1.5 15.7 17.35 7.821 0.827 15.823 0. T B ASTM Size Mass per foot in UP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 HP14x141⁄2 UP12 x12 UP12x12 UP12x12 HP12x12 HP12x12 HP12x12 UP12x12 HP12x12 HP10x10 UP10x10 HP10x10 HP8x8 UP8x8 74 lb 121 117 102 89 73 150 125 100 84 74 63 59 53 57 48 42 36 30 Elastic Modulus Radius of Gyration Axis xx cm Axis yy cm 15.821 0.421 0.2 15.4 80.2 229 221 194 169 139 284 237 190 161 140 121 112 100 108 90.2 21.2 75 .

Details of the regular and non regular production sizes. Celsius® SHS Specification Celsius SHS are manufactured in accordance with the European Standard for hot finished structural hollow sections EN 10210. celsius® 355 Specification EN 10210 S355J2H % max * Carbon Silicon Manganese Sulphur Phosphorus Carbon equivalent (CEV) max T ≤ 16mm * Up to and including 40mm thick 0.035 0.0 Hollow sections 7.035 0. thickness and grades are available. All Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections have an improved corner profile of 2T maximum.65. 400 x 400mm square and 500 x 300mm rectangular. with the technical delivery requirements of EN 10210-1:2006 and the dimensions and tolerances to EN 10210-2:2006 plus an improved corner profile of 2T maximum.22 0. which fully complies with EN 10210 S355J2H.1.7.1 Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections Celsius® SHS • Formed at normalising temperature • High sectional properties • Fine grain structure • Uniform mechanical properties • Weldable in corner regions • Higher compression capacity • Negligible residual stress • Tighter corner profile • Suitability for galvanising • Fire resistance capability • Proven dynamic performance Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties Chemical composition – ladle analysis Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections are produced in a standard grade with yield stress of 355 N/mn2. N/mm2: T ≤ 16mm Min Elongation % T ≤ 40mm on gauge length 5.55 1. 76 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 77 . Sizes.45 Mechanical properties celsius® 355 Specification EN 10210 S355J2H Tensile Strength Rm N/mm2: 3 ≤ T ≤ 65mm Yield Strength ReH min.60 0. Celsius® 355 are supplied as standard to quality J2 making them suitable for all internal and external applications to BS 5950-1:2000. Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections are produced by Electric Weld (EW) process in sizes up to and including 508mm outside diameter. thicknesses and grades other than those shown in this publication may be available on request. The sections have a Charpy impact minimum average energy of 27J at –20˚C. S0 Impact properties Minimum Ave energy (J) 10 x 10mm Specimen at -20˚C 490 – 630 355 22 27 A range of Jumbo RHS up to 800 x 800 x 60 are also available.

3 – 193.0 – 14.0 & 12.6 all 7. 7. 6.0 5.0 – 14. 7. 6. 6.0.6 all 7.0 6.7.0 – 14.0 & 12.0 500 x 300 Ω 16.0 & 12.0 – 14.4 & 7.0.5 200 x 100 x 12. 10.7 168.4.4.3 – 42.5.0 – 15.35 +150-0 400 x 400 x 16.3 – 114.0 – 14.4 – 7.5. 6.5 7.4 48.5 all 6. 10.0 6.5.0 6.5 Tata Steel International Tolerance mm +150-0 +150-0 +150-0 +150-0 +150-0 +150-0 Tata Steel International 79 . 10.5 5.4 – 14.1.0 150 x 150 x 16.0 120 x 120 Ω 150 x 100 Ω 6.4.0 & 12.0 6.0 450 x 250 x 16.15 +150-0 uti = up to and including Seamless Standard random lengths m – – 10 – 11.5 & 10.0 10. 5.1 – 508.3 60.2 – – Circular hollow sections – length ranges and tolerances Size Squares mm 21. 6.0.3 139.0 6.0 – 15.6 all 6.7 219.5 & 10.6 all 10.4 – 14.0 5.0.6 +150-0 150 x 150 x 12.5.0 uti = up to and including 78 Welded Thickness Standard mill Special mill mm lengths m lengths m all 6.0 & 12.0 & 12. 10.6 +150-0 100 x 100 120 x 80 7.0.4 6.1 Celsius® hot finished structural hollow sections Square and rectangular hollow sections – length ranges and tolerances Size Welded Squares Rectangles Standard mill Special mill Tolerance mm mm lengths m lengths m mm 40 x 40 Ω 50 x 30 Ω 6.0 160 x 160 Ω 200 x 120 to 10.

0 123 156 12.0 64.3 3.0 3.0 41.2 Circular hollow sections x x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1:2006 Tolerances to EN 10210-2 t y Outside Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 26.5 9.4 98.9 8.7 5.7 5.2 6.0 36.6 46.0 174 222 508 10.7 59.8 73.0 26.5 8.3 66.24 6.0 10.0 122 16.3 25.1.0 90.38 33.34 6.1 10.1 24.3 29.9 13.1 2.5 4.55 5.0 51.0 77.9 5.6 65.5 153 195 16.3 62.7 5.75 8.2 6.57 5.2 6.0 12.0 45.24 6.6 Tata Steel International Outside Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 193.3 16.93 3.7 26.0 5.99 2.1 16.11 9.2 48.0 134 171 406.4 8.0 49.80 60.9 3.7 219.2 59.0 26.5 96.46 8.5 121 155 16.9 82.0 20.1 10 32. length/ tonne m/t 43.2 8.0 74.7 10.3 3.0 10.5 17.0 6.3 5.3 29.0 39.6 25.0 16.6 40.3 102 16.55 7.74 4.7 31.0 5.3 13.2 88.38 10.0 4.8 16.7 2.0 7.0 57.73 42.79 4.4 139.7 168.7 21.2 3.0 62. length/ tonne m/t 535 503 415 341 323 264 281 229 187 222 180 147 191 174 141 114 148 119 96.2 5.2 2.0 46.51 5.5 71.2 38.69 76.33 4.2 4.5 31.3 10.1 5.3 3.83 48.6 21.6 6.0 101 129 323.0 154 196 457 16.7 39.2 3.1 37.1 19.15 81 .5 63.56 4.0 31.2 3.4 10.9 10.7 6.3 33.1 42.7 80 Approx.0 11.75 7.3 41.54 3.7 12.5 80.2 1.2 6.23 7.76 8.1 8.4 12.6 16.0 2.4 15.3 114.09 3.d y 7.3 49.37 5.82 8.07 5.4 52.0 19.2 32.6 1.6 12.3 16.0 23.1 244.14 6.8 21.7 12.1 37.0 34.5 91.0 52.9 114 102 92.3 22.7 77.87 2.6 9.4 17.3 79.6 12.3 57.07 4.0 13.7 81.4 12.6 10.49 5.0 8.0 33.8 8.41 3.2 115 273 6.86 20.53 4.83 12.62 4.3 14.9 5.1 8.77 11.4 8.1 8.0 8.0 194 247 Tata Steel International Approx.6 60.6 53.77 11.4 3.9 30.06 5.0 121 155 355.4 33.1 15.9 6.3 27.67 3.6 6.9 3.2 24.4 10.3 12.1 25.3 49.0 40.94 4.3 20.

0 5.7 2.4 1.91 4.3 14.95 9.1 1.3 4.0 12.5 1.08 6.0 3.6 8.31 10.4 0. length/ tonne m/t 2346 1530 1173 1455 949 727 1043 680 521 646 422 323 303 587 383 293 277 228 189 300 230 216 197 177 146 120 247 189 178 161 145 119 97 80 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 70 x 70 3.0 11.41 4.83 4.9 1.29 6.3 12.0 9.74 3.4 x 25.0 5.93 11.28 6.7 0.02 4.5 14.21 7.74 3.2 3.3 5.42 5.85 8.0 5.07 37.1 25.6 28.0 11.52 12.17 3.84 8.2 20.55 9.6 5.2 8.39 17.4 1.2 5.1 x 38.4 90 x 90 3.47 4.0 4.16 3.0 13.4 9.0 20.1 25.3 8.08 9.5 16.3 6.60 4.2 23.4 3.0 7.61 3.2 4.6 6.2 9.9 2.2 3.0 1.5 22.0 82 Approx.0 3.19 5.5 1.7 8.3 0.59 5.9 114.0 3.7 6.42 10.5 2.2 75 x 75 2.3 2.54 5.63 14.02 80 x 80 3.53 10.1 16.53 18.84 32.6 60 x 60 2.6 3.73 50 x 50 2.0 9.9 8.3 13.2 40 x 40 1.9 3.62 5.3 3.5 1.71 13.62 13.6 11.38 24.1 1.80 15.06 5.64 7.0 27.0 1.7 6.7 18.7 30 x 30 1.59 6.7 6.5 0.6 10.5 0.3 1.7 0.25 3.15 20.79 5.6 100 x 100 2.5 1.3 15.4 38.0 8.01 3.1 8.07 Tata Steel International Approx.61 4.9 15.0 19.43 6.81 4.3 Square hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1 Tolerances to EN 10210-2 x t y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 20 x 20 1.34 13.6 7.0 1.0 14.0 4.0 6.0 17.91 3.3 4.3 4.7 6.16 3.7 13.0 8.52 5.3 3.4 34.3 10.6 8.2 18.y 7.41 12.0 6.68 100 x 100 4.9 2.2 7.10 5.1.6 14.3 3.0 10.34 3.3 18.2 10.48 4.7 6.8 3.18 3.0 15.35 5.0 22.34 4.8 10.54 3.6 9.9 4.66 12.5 2.2 2.0 29.3 x 114.0 25.62 7.3 3.0 0.3 16.2 2.92 16.0 11.44 12.49 10.0 12.0 2.1 3.88 3.0 5.0 16.99 12.39 5.73 6.0 19.2 4.40 3.5 13.3 2.9 3.1 8.0 9.3 1.71 8. length/ tonne m/t 135 100 81 67 184 141 132 118 106 94 85 117 106 86 70 57 104 93 76 62 50 146 112 105 93 84 75 68 55 44 36 97 86 77 69 62 52 39 34 83 .5 10.6 5.6 8.

0 141 179 Tata Steel International Approx.24 39.0 42.8 9.2 115 11.9 52.00 17.1 125 x 125 3.5 56.0 43.32 30.92 67.0 67.4 38.44 4.5 12.0 50.66 73.79 8.8 9.6 41.34 5.83 36.5 66.2 8.0 81.6 28.2 8.0 43.3 8.20 32.0 72.24 4.5 94.1 35.81 4.90 66.0 23.5 10.80 21.5 48.0 23.7 42.0 90.0 39.03 135 x 135 3.60 16.50 15.07 8.0 19.1 16.0 14.39 12.7 6.08 12.0 34.0 33.0 31.60 44.6 14.0 46.4 8.6 20.0 17.38 4.86 4.4 82.05 49.0 15.4 10.0 63.76 9.0 10.7 6.7 60. length/ tonne m/t 48 43 39 35 29 22 19 17 16 29 23 19 16 13 41 37 33 26 21 19 17 15 14 11 29 26 21 17 15 13 12 11 9 17 14 12 11 10 9 7 85 .1 44.8 73.62 19.0 24.3 26.15 44.5 112 142 16.96 11.0 30.0 64.0 28.3 Square hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1 Tolerances to EN 10210-2 y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 120 x 120 5.11 10.0 40.5 72.5 64.20 14.80 180 x 180 6.5 52.39 12.65 140 x 140 5.3 34.7 6.06 17.0 65.9 12.3 76.7 62.21 43.40 28.0 37.57 22.0 57.8 8.2 28.7 6.06 29.13 58.8 74.41 10.2 12.95 33.2 83.02 5.0 27.3 47.0 26.48 9.5 17.22 126.0 11.53 24.6 10.1 16.88 4.95 104.6 8.76 26.5 27.36 8.0 22.3 58.0 58.1 54.7 6.0 81.0 51.0 74.89 3.8 9.41 10.9 12.3 8.3 92.72 9.3 8.0 90.1 84 x t Approx.43 29.9 61.5 34.0 8.3 38.7 54.3 28.1 33.43 80.5 40.7 67.0 24.9 12.y 7.1 30.0 47.0 160 x 160 5.6 72.0 25.3 22.5 12.0 46.1 38.5 91.0 35.9 12.0 21.0 52.18 103.96 4.57 5.69 10.0 48.0 60.2 10.0 115 147 300 x 300 6.1 150 x 150 5.73 6.41 6.0 32.6 10.2 102 200 x 200 4.68 82.05 85.1.39 3.83 5.8 10.8 92.05 5. length/ tonne m/t 56 45 36 30 25 112 99 89 79 71 60 45 40 80 71 64 57 51 43 32 28 26 48 38 31 25 21 44 36 29 23 19 15 42 33 27 22 18 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 175 x 175 3.9 11.45 11.0 99.0 80.9 117 16.1 16.0 22.36 34.80 6.6 35.02 48.0 52.3 30.0 38.3 57.9 12.5 25.9 11.8 22.83 6.0 35.3 115 250 x 250 4.0 16.6 48.

64 5.79 3.54 3.74 2.1.73 75 x 45 2.3 1.12 7.6 7.5 16.0 3.0 64.69 2.18 2.0 73.54 0.3 4.60 124.59 3.1 8.6 148.85 8.0 6.13 1.34 9.27 2.2 170.5 1.21 3.3 2.00 9.0 4.69 5.45 1.4 109 9.0 2.69 2.0 6.09 1.89 3.73 0.11 1.0 5.0 95.42 3.3 10.62 7.64 7.2 3.1.35 5.0 85.08 50 x 30 1.34 4.06 3.39 2.7 6.y y 7.0 1.3 13.38 4.16 4.0 106 135 11.0 166 211 400 x 400 6.77 50 x 25 1.80 139.42 3.5 151 192 16.0 116.0 134.25 3.31 3.0 2.85 40 x 30 1.39 80 x 40 3.61 4.05 81.39 40 x 20 1.42 10.3 3.31 3.0 97.5 0.0 6. length/ tonne m/t 1839 1199 920 1379 900 690 920 600 460 883 576 441 414 591 385 295 277 460 300 230 216 177 146 213 163 153 136 123 178 145 119 97 80 87 .5 12.4 121.97 3.0 122 155 11.5 1.91 4. length/ tonne m/t 16 12 10 9 9 8 6 14 10 9 8 7 7 5 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 30 x 20 1.5 12.2 5.50 10.3 1.83 1. Tolerances to EN 10210-2 y b b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 350 x 350 6.09 1.31 3.0 109.9 8.75 8.18 2.5 0.60 60 x 40 1.5 131 167 16.79 5.53 8.3 1.19 5.0 12.5 1.0 1.0 8.2 4.92 2.3 0.0 8.20 93.67 2.2 2.77 2.16 10.12 3.5 10.3 Square hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1:2006 Tolerances to EN 10210-2 x t y 7.16 2.0 Tata Steel International x t Approx.44 2.00 8.5 2.35 4.0 191 243 86 Approx.2 6.4 Rectangular hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1.

35 4.2 8.6 8.77 22.1 38.2 4.5 52.6 23.6 160 x 80 4.9 36.0 12.80 20.3 30.7 6.1 29.9 4.7 6.40 9.8 9.4 Rectangular hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1.3 16.4 18.62 37.6 11.39 12.69 3.5 42.9 12.53 10.19 3.1 30.27 9.08 3.87 12.1. Tolerances to EN 10210-2 y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 90 x 50 3.46 3.3 58.0 14.0 37.0 22.77 150 x 100 5.27 20.3 22.y 7.62 4.2 23.0 9.1 8.71 4.0 6.90 10.49 50.14 6.60 5.71 8.6 16.22 18.34 25.5 22.6 35.11 9.3 23.6 120 x 80 5.54 3.3 5.43 56.0 15.5 22.1 54.19 100 x 125 3.63 5.3 16.7 6.4 34.17 5.1 200 x 120 5.2 20.22 4. length/ tonne m/t 103 76 62 50 68 55 44 37 176 135 127 113 101 90 81 54 43 35 28 23 69 56 45 36 30 32 35 40 44 36 29 25 23 21 19 42 33 27 22 89 .83 5.6 28.7 6.8 10.66 4.0 18.58 9.5 8.39 5.08 3.9 200 x 100 3.7 6.0 46.3 5.3 7.0 18.54 6.1 25.0 12.0 9.0 44.0 9.64 16.41 60.85 8.0 27.15 4.2 10.96 4.5 14.1 35.4 100 x 80 2.9 Tata Steel International Approx.0 24.48 12.0 13.2 28.2 18.7 6.3 12.34 15.2 8.7 8.0 22.08 22.7 42.6 8.0 29.6 48.0 19.7 6.0 9.11 4.0 35.0 11.89 11.37 14.75 25.6 8.0 14.3 8.3 5.5 10.3 13.9 8.2 7.5 9.66 12.0 33.53 4.19 5.55 3.42 5.0 7.1 16.68 31.78 11.29 3.99 12.6 14.80 20.45 6.6 7.0 39.2 7.6 28.7 6.6 9.11 14.9 11.0 17.8 54.7 67.2 7.92 3.68 7.11 12.77 88 x t Approx. length/ tonne m/t 135 100 82 194 149 140 125 114 101 93 75 61 183 141 132 117 106 94 87 70 57 138 106 99 88 79 70 63 63 56 51 45 41 34 25 23 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 120 x 60 3.02 10.3 5.0 7.40 10.8 10.88 12.1 44.0 10.9 125 x 50 2.21 28.3 15.0 47.0 24.0 39.0 43.0 35.66 13.0 8.2 15.7 6.96 3.6 100 x 50 2.0 17.0 27.23 4.2 10.3 44.3 28.8 22.8 13.46 9.0 20.25 3.7 18.3 14.3 20.5 11.4 9.0 16.49 50.3 18.0 28.0 10.4 5.11 3.8 8.48 12.09 3.6 17.5 20.8 100 x 60 2.13 9.

17 4.3 92.00 7.0 72.00 1.80 3.0 335 452 25.00 8.00 9.82 2.82 5.0 122 155 12.0 321 409 28.0 48.0 301 383 19.0 509 648 32.0 8.0 97.8 10.0 106 135 12.2 115 12.8 10.23 2.0 500 637 36.78 2.55 6.5 72.8 74.5 131 167 16.8 74.0 60.0 47. length/ tonne m/t 12.0 51.55 4.80 3.3 38.0 220 280 20.9 12.8 10.58 3.0 320 408 25.3 47.00 3. length/ tonne m/t 24 20 20 16 33 26 21 17 14 11 21 17 21 17 13 11 9 14 11 9 7 Tata Steel International x t y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 200 x 150 8.4 38.8 10.5 91.50 2.4 8.0 166 211 500 x 300 8.12 2.7 6.0 443 564 32.0 58.8 10.42 91 .0 575 733 36.7 60.5 79.0 263 335 19.1.0 640 815 40.0 399 509 28.56 1.y 7.4 52.9 61.00 3.74 1.0 47.32 2.3 76.0 30.9 12.0 355 452 600 x 400 12.82 2.0 407 518 25.0 213 271 19.00 8.0 555 707 750 x 500 16.0 51.9 300 x 200 6.0 399 508 32.0 458 584 28.0 251 320 25.20 3.0 286 364 25.1 16.6 250 x 150 5.0 354 451 22.53 4.9 125 10. Tolerances to EN 10210-2 y 7.0 115 147 400 x 200 8.0 162 207 16.00 10.0 90.26 2.0 181 231 16.0 360 459 28.0 74.12 2.0 141 179 90 y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 450 x 250 8.0 64.1.51 2.4 Rectangular hollow sections h x x t Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1.5 62.96 1.0 41.0 282 359 550 x 350 12.5 151 192 16.70 4.0 702 895 Tata Steel International Approx.4 109 10.9 117 16.0 90.9 250 x 100 10.0 250 318 22.18 1.0 64.5 Jumbo rectangular hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136 Approx.0 191 243 19.8 92.0 309 394 22.0 235 300 22.0 58.3 115 300 x 100 8.0 238 303 19.98 3.0 85.22 3.7 60.00 4.46 2.50 3.0 450 573 650 x 450 16.5 112 142 16.0 280 356 22.9 12.00 5.5 94.00 6.

12 3.98 3. Tata Steel International 93 . length/ tonne m/t 3.28 2.35 1.80 3.05 1.26 2.12 2.71 2.51 2.62 1.57 2.20 3.95 2.y 7.22 2.50 5.49 1.61 4.12 1. length/ tonne m/t 5.954 0.78 2.13 1.23 2.82 1.64 3.17 4.50 2.53 4.50 1.00 3.23 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 650 x 650 16 313 399 19 369 470 22 424 540 25 478 609 28 531 676 32 600 765 36 668 851 40 734 935 45 814 1037 50 891 1136 55 966 1231 60 1039 1323 700 x 700 16 338 431 19 399 508 22 459 584 25 517 659 28 575 732 32 651 829 36 724 923 40 797 1015 45 885 1127 50 970 1236 55 1053 1341 60 1133 1443 750 x 750 16 364 463 19 429 546 22 493 628 25 556 709 28 619 788 32 701 893 36 781 995 40 859 1095 45 955 1217 50 1048 1336 55 1139 1451 60 1227 1563 Approx.67 1.54 1.26 4.80 1.88 1.38 1.50 3.883 2.05 0.6 Jumbo square hollow sections h x x Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136 t y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 350 x 350 19* 190 242 22* 217 276 # 242 309 25 400 x 400 22* 251 320 25# 282 359 28 311 396 450 x 450 12* 162 207 16* 213 271 19* 250 318 22* 286 364 # 25 321 409 28 355 452 32 399 509 500 x 500 12* 181 231 16* 238 303 19* 280 356 22* 320 408 360 459 25# 28 399 508 32 450 573 36 498 635 550 x 550 16* 263 335 19* 309 394 22* 355 452 25 399 509 28 443 564 32 500 637 36 555 707 40 608 775 600 x 600 16* 288 367 19* 339 432 22* 389 496 25 439 559 28 487 620 32 550 701 36 611 779 40 671 855 45 743 947 50 813 1036 92 Approx.55 3.950 0.03 1.878 0.51 2.28 1.815 All sections on this page are manufactured by SAW process with two seam welds otherwise *manufactured by ERW proces and # manufactured by SAW process with one seam weld.33 2.82 2.93 1.09 1.36 2.03 0.12 2.58 3.74 1.82 2.64 1.95 2.70 4.23 1.01 3.18 1.75 2.16 1.21 6.00 1.80 1.19 2.03 0.1.26 1.47 2.36 1.963 2.43 1.

96 1.40 2.975 0. length/ tonne m/t 4.79 3.51 95 .29 2.02 2.98 2.08 0.68 2.90 1.7 Jumbo circular hollow sections x x Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136 t y y b Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 800 x 800 16 389 495 19 459 584 22 528 672 25 596 759 28 663 844 32 751 957 36 837 1067 40 922 1175 45 1026 1307 50 1127 1436 55 1225 1561 60 1321 1683 94 Approx.64 2.816 0.38 2.02 1.1.87 1.24 3.15 1.887 0.57 2.1.12 1.39 2.17 3.66 2.d y y 7.43 3. length/ tonne m/t 2.78 2.81 1.73 2.18 1.19 1.49 2.19 1.33 1.51 1.6 Jumbo square hollow sections Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136 h x x t 7.75 3.04 2.95 2.68 1.67 1.757 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Sectional diameter area D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 457 22 236 301 25 266 339 28 296 377 32 335 427 36 374 476 40 411 524 508 22 264 336 25 298 379 28 331 422 32 376 479 36 419 534 40 462 588 559 25 329 419 28 367 467 32 416 530 36 464 591 40 512 652 610 28 402 512 32 456 581 36 510 649 40 562 716 660 28 436 556 32 496 631 36 554 706 40 612 779 711 28 472 601 32 536 683 36 599 763 40 662 843 Tata Steel International Approx.36 3.

0 Tata Steel International 97 .5.0.0 5. 10. 10.0 10.5.5mm Thickness (T) – 10% Note.d y 7.1.0 400 x 200 10.0 EN 10210 S355J2H Dimensional tolerances Specification EN 10210 S355J2H Outside dimension (B and H) ± 1% with a min of ± 0.0 250 x 125 96 Tata Steel International 7.2 3. Positive deviation limited by mass tolerance Mass (M) ± 6% on individual lengths Straightness Maximum 0.1.0. Examples: Celsius® 355 Ovals 400 x 200 x 10. 12. Details of the sizes and thicknesses are shown on the following page. Celsius® 355 Ovals are produced in a standard grade.0. and supplied with an inspection certificate to EN 10204 type 3.0 12.0 300 x 150 10.0 6. Celsius® 355 Ovals are supplied as standard to quality J2 making them suitable for all internal and external applications to BS 5950-1:2000. Formed at normalising temperature High sectional properties Fine grain structure Uniform mechanical properties Fully weldable Negligible residual stress Suitability for galvanising Designation Celsius® 355 Ovals are designated by their outside dimensions and thickness in millimetres followed by their product standard and the material grade. 10.0.3 8. 12. The grade has a Charpy impact minimum average energy of 27J at –20˚C.0 500 x 250 10. which fully complies with EN 10210 S355J2H. Celsius® 355 Ovals Specification Celsius® Ovals are manufactured in accordance with the technical delivery requirements and the tolerances of EN 10210 the European Standard for hot finished structural hollow sections.6 4. 12.5. Celsius® 355 Ovals are produced by the Electric Weld (EW) process in sizes from 150 x 75mm up to 500 x 250mm. 12.8 Celsius® Ovals x x t y Celsius® Ovals • • • • • • • Inspection and Testing Celsius® 355 Ovals are submitted to specific inspection and testing.0 Mill lengths Elliptical 150 x 75 7. Length +150mm-0 Celsius® 355 Ovals – sizes and thicknesses Size mm Thickness mm 3.2% of the total length.0.5 16. 12.0 200 x 100 7.

which provides a minimum yield strength of 235 N/mm2.1 12.3 8.5 91.63 11. Hybox® 355 is supplied with a test report 3.9 29.1 34. It offers a consistent profile.7 10. Strongbox® 235 provides the strength with weldability.0 x 16 OD in our circular hollow sections range and from 25 x 25 x 2.0 23.0 27.3 45.7 x 6 OD in our circular hollow sections range and from 25 x 25 x 2.0 17.1 Strongbox® & Hybox® cold-formed structural hollow sections y Size Thickness Mass Area HxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 150 x 75 3.0 57.3 8.5 12.0 71.3 22.2 35.5 44. good galvanising characteristics and ease of manipulation that is needed for its use in a wide range of applications in the agricultural and engineering sectors. Standard lengths are 7.6 6.3 34.2 8.0 OD up to and including 508.5 13.5 10.0 up to and including 150 x 150 x 8 and the equivalent rectangles in our rectangular hollow sections range. Strongbox® 235 is available in sizes from 26.0 82.5 112 142 16. EN10219 S355 J2H and is used in a wide range of construction and mechanical related applications including wind bracing and machinery.8 18.4 16.5 105 400 x 200 5.6 5.8 11.3 57.0 11.0 up to and including 300 x 300 x 12.3 6.4 75.0 metres.5 21.95 7.7 13.6 9.5 42.9 x 2. length/ tonne m/t 116 103 93.1.2 to EN10204 and in standard lengths of 7.0 10.8 Celsius® Ovals x x Dimensions and properties to EN 10210:Part 1 Tolerances EN 10210:Part 2 t 7.9 68.0 22.4 10.0 34. Hybox® 355 is classified as a high strength cold formed hollow section suitable for use in construction and mechanical applications where controlled specifications and associated design regulations apply.5 28.0 12.0 72.5 metres.5 83.8 35.0 42.2.4 23.5 metres and 12.1 10.7 29.1 8.3 28. Hybox® 355 fully complies with the European Standard for cold formed structural hollow sections.2 10.4 54.1 27.0 142 180 98 Approx.0 3.0 67.0 13.1 to EN10204.6 55.0 43. Strongbox® 235 is supplied as standard with a test report 2.4 8.9 44.0 8.8 55.4 18.0 28.8 12.3 73.9 8.0 36.5 65.d y 7.9 17.5 36.3 16.9 x 2.0 250 x 125 5.3 4.0 35.92 17.06 Tata Steel International The Tata Steel Group manufactures cold-formed structural hollow sections under two registered trade names Strongbox® and Hybox®.4 45.5 53.0 OD up to and including 139.0 112 143 500 x 250 6.3 16.9 6.4 35.0 90. excluding mass.4 92.5 88.9 15.0 115 12.0 35.0 53.3 12.6 113 16.2 22.1 8.6 58. The Strongbox® material.5 and the equivalent rectangles in our rectangular hollow section range.6 73.7 6.0 200 x 100 5.0 43.4 60. Special mill lengths from 6 metres up to 14 metres are available by arrangement.8 6. is manufactured in accordance with an internal specification.5 21.7 300 x 150 5. Tata Steel International 99 . which fully complies with the dimensional tolerances of EN10219.4 14.3 28.9 22. with special mill lengths from 6 metres up to 18 metres available by arrangement.4 46.67 12.8 54.5 28. Hybox®355 is available in sizes from 26.6 44.

4 74.0 3.5 91.7 41.89 4.5 4.0 64.4 10.3 8.0 20.93 3.9 2.6 8.9 12.0 1.0 42.8 30.5 3.36 8.8 35.5 38.5 31.0 24.1 5.0 41.3 57.5 17.0 26.7 81.3 4.4 12.5 48.57 60.0 40.0 27.39 4.9 31.46 3.50 1.11 9.1 17.7 121 105 91.4 33.2 8.3 25.3 19.0 101 129 Tata Steel International Approx.71 48.7 4.25 33.0 36.0 2.0 31.7 10.77 2.5 50.8 4.0 61.8 53.22 4.6 46.0 5.6 31.0 77.6 6.0 61.7 12.0 29.6 5. length/ tonne m/t 61.2 4.3 66.3 3.06 88.86 101 .0 26.87 4.7 12.1 6.13 3.27 2.3 21.5 55.0 2.6 25.93 4.3 10.1 102 244.0 51.0 35.7 6.0 16.2 115 273.7 59.8 25.5 2.6 53.25 4.0 45.56 2.0 37.27 7.3 Tata Steel International Outside Thickness Mass Area diameter D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 168.80 2.2 62.3 102 16.27 3.5 2.6 65.2 6.5 7.6 20.0 19.0 8.0 5.5 4.7 12.37 9.0 57.0 6.3 22.0 90.0 33.23 10.0 33.35 4.7 12.7 2.5 37.0 30.5 63.9 13.0 7.7 23.9 3.7 49.d y 7.5 40.40 3.92 3.2.6 40.3 14.41 6.2 20.0 39.23 1.6 6.7 5.37 5.0 8.2 193.5 1.3 78.2 50.0 36.0 5.0 10.0 11.92 2.3 2.0 16.56 1.1 12.4 2.0 19.1 25.3 5.4 47.9 82.9 28.5 9.78 3.1 10.0 46.9 71.6 10.1 16.5 9.2 219.07 76.4 17.5 33.0 39.2 6.7 60.7 24.0 1.5 21.3 13.3 3.0 52.0 80.9 42.24 5.56 12.4 8.6 12.89 3.1 30.7 12.0 31.45 3.5 1.5 23.0 8.54 5.0 18.4 17.5 6.38 10.2  Cold-formed circular hollow sections x x Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1:2006 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 t y Outside Thickness Mass Area diameter D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 26.5 5.2 114.90 6. length/ tonne m/t 814 665 566 640 520 440 341 407 343 354 298 259 229 236 204 180 220 185 160 141 157 136 119 96.0 20.0 23.0 13.3 29.4 16.6 43.7 4.3 45.0 2.0 4.4 139.0 16.2 98.7 5.10 3.3 15.5 14.0 27.8 87.4 12.0 4.0 32.82 3.0 1.0 49.7 100 Approx.0 68.0 13.0 26.5 3.6 6.1 16.55 7.1 4.2 8.0 10.5 80.40 42.9 5.91 3.60 3.9 74.1 10.5 71.1 15.1 2.7 12.8 73.6 21.

7 85 8.0 97.68 2.6 11.6 100 10.4 10.14 2.81 6.7 75.0 68.93 3.5 96.0 194 247 102 x x Approx.4 8.0 3.22 11.5 2.45 6.0 117 149 12.3 Cold-formed square hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 Size Thickness Mass Area D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 25 x 25 2.6 87.19 6.5 9.2.30 5.01 40 x 40 2.2 8.5 153 195 16.36 3.0 121 155 355.0 1.0 5.3 5.07 9.23 23.56 4.3 16.15 Tata Steel International 7.81 3.61 4.0 123 156 12.5 10.7 5.3 9.3 14.9 10.59 3.4 10.25 5.0 8.09 3.0 7.0 6.0 59.64 2.8 125 12.2.5 137 175 16.31 2.41 4.35 50 x 50 2.0 13.97 10.0 6.0 12. length/ tonne m/t 25.26 11.36 60 x 60 2.0 98.5 15.4 6.36 1.5 8.5 1.3 79.7 9.01 10.6 113 10.5 106 135 16.0 85.4 6.7 125 108 95.8 90 x 90 3.0 39.2 16.13 7.4 21.3 14.0 77.0 3.0 11.9 12.0 1.30 4.8 4.0 6.0 154 196 457.2 Cold-formed circular hollow sections t Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 y Outside Thickness Mass Area diameter D T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 323.2 109 12.39 5.3 118 12.0 1.41 30 x 30 2.71 8.4 77.4 70 x 70 2.04 3.1 6.94 2.0 6.2 75.0 134 171 406.1 8.59 7.17 6.5 121 155 16.7 65.70 12.06 8.95 5.8 10.83 9.59 3.0 66.0 2.1 19.3 50.0 110 140 12.5 3.1 6.3 95 8.74 2.0 2.0 62.5 2.59 3.5 5.0 8.9 8.0 88.6 5.0 78.1 5.0 12.4 4.9 8.0 11.0 174 222 508.0 51.16 10.2 3.0 7.09 2.57 8.0 47.0 5.0 132 168 12.5 13.9 66.2 Tata Steel International x t y b Approx.d y y 7.0 122 16.20 5.0 2.13 10.1 19.45 7.0 9.0 9.0 4.9 5.5 4.55 5.75 13.0 92.14 6.0 43.99 4.2 55.0 15.55 5.0 10. length/ tonne m/t 733 610 529 596 492 423 434 355 303 238 341 278 236 183 152 281 228 193 149 123 193 163 142 126 103 141 123 108 88.89 2.0 3.74 2.4 98.0 74.59 3.0 6.7 10.0 59.6 126 10.07 7.4 80 x 80 3.0 147 187 12.2 103 .0 4.82 3.0 102 130 12.5 7.8 16.21 4.60 4.56 8.4 6.2 6.6 12.5 8.03 2.46 16.

4 6. length/ tonne m/t 22.3 40.0 19.5 68.1 31.9 5.0 16.0 20.0 58.1 16.0 112 300 x 300 8.5 17.5 24.3 5.3 28.0 24.7 48.7 17.0 104 132 12.1 75.5 33.4 14.0 33.5 74.2 57.1 5.2 10.2 57.4 58.8 26.4 22.6 15.4 56.4 8.4 113 12.2 10.5 22.9 31.4 4.8 30.0 57.7 14.6 8.0 11.2 10.6 180 x 180 5.5 44.0 84.5 31.6 150 x 150 4.6 12.2 27.4 6.3 52.0 72.0 200 x 200 5.96 11.5 12.y 7.0 23.0 88.4 18.0 48.9 29.3 87.0 10.2 51.0 34.6 8.0 59.4 33.8 10.4 6.3 24.8 108 12.8 11.8 31.0 21.8 21.9 21.1 38.6 8.0 26.7 26.5 59.5 5.0 35.0 41.0 84.6 140 x 140 4.8 70.5 60.0 26.6 12.4 10.6 8.0 21.2 120 x 120 4.6 12.0 28.0 8.0 46.1 12.0 104 Approx.0 41.3 9.5 46.2 69.0 50.7 26.0 45.0 20.9 46.0 35.2 18.3 105 .9 42.4 27.9 5.0 72.5 37.0 31.8 45.5 108 137 Tata Steel International Approx.65 9.5 52.0 36.6 91.8 11.3 36.4 6.4 33.6 10.0 8.4 27.0 22.0 18.0 14.0 17.2 55. length/ tonne m/t 112 85.4 6.0 44.9 37.5 88.0 32.0 11.0 27.7 64.0 17.0 71.2 8.0 14.4 59.0 22.2 14.4 40.1 16.0 66.6 160 x 160 4.2 24.7 92.6 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 250 x 250 6.4 6.8 40.3 Cold-formed square hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 x t y b Size Thickness Mass Area BxB T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 100 x 100 3.1 40.2 10.0 31.2 37.8 8.1 19.9 43.2.0 38.1 48.0 30.4 6.5 77.9 13.

70 12.7 125 1080 95.21 4.2 4.8 16.0 12.55 80 x 40 3.2.0 8.5 9.66 7.0 4.0 3.4 77.5 141 123 108 88.0 21.0 12.34 9.0 14.13 10.0 17.7 36.0 10.7 5.0 21.83 6.2 85.0 18.0 7.4 27.6 100 x 60 3.0 6.2 140 x 80 3.3 5.4 6.0 6.95 5.0 8.2 120 x 80 4.74 2.7 14.2 69.60 4.0 5.22 11.15 60 x 40 2.8 100 x 80 3.0 7.60 8.0 7.9 30.31 2.72 6.0 6.19 6.7 125 95.07 9.8 107 .97 10. length/ tonne m/t 465 382 326 434 355 303 238 265 207 278 236 183 152 212 164 193 149 193 149 123 177 136 112 163 126 103 163 142 126 103 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Area H x B T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 100 x 40 3.4 77.6 8.0 3.0 9.4 18.70 12.0 11.4 81.7 75.4 6.4 6.0 8.0 7.16 10.71 8.1 5.0 4.5 5.5 13.13 7.4 58.0 9.9 5.5 8.62 3.1 19.59 10.5 3.01 10.3 14.5 13.61 4.94 2.4 4.4 Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 y b Size Thickness Mass Area H x B T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 50 x 25 2.5 2.0 13.4 106 x t Approx.8 4.4 10.0 10.0 12.0 5.36 70 x 40 3.0 2.59 3.4 80 x 60 3.81 3.81 4.0 62.0 6.0 9.9 24.2 3.1 5.0 8.71 8.8 16.82 3.9 5.91 11.99 4.97 10.5 2.4 100 x 50 3.0 4.0 8.01 4.81 4.2 16.13 7.26 11.0 16.22 11.70 12.19 6.06 8.5 7.01 3.55 5.6 4.6 53.6 Tata Steel International Approx.81 4.0 16.35 60 x 30 3.0 5.0 9.0 41.0 8.0 3.0 11.4 90 x 50 3.0 23.5 13.07 3.0 5.7 5.0 13.0 11.4 120 x 60 3.01 4.8 34.1 5.4 80 x 50 3.34 3.4 6. length/ tonne m/t 163 126 103 152 116 95.0 9.08 7.0 6.75 70 x 50 3.35 5.3 5.0 20.59 3.9 141 108 88.0 7.9 66.25 5.0 2.41 4.91 50 x 30 2.0 10.45 6.13 7.0 4.0 9.3 15.4 120 x 40 3.77 4.97 10.56 8.21 4.8 101 77.0 6.9 46.0 7.0 6.0 15.3 14.07 9.0 6.90 12.30 4.20 5.41 4.15 2.0 28.61 4.4 6.01 10.y 7.

2 57.4 14.4 6.6 59.3 40.0 38.1 24.0 18.9 21. length/ tonne m/t 33.3 9.9 21.9 18.3 28.6 8.3 23.4 33.4 22.0 84.0 46.3 44.0 26.8 11.4 6.1 5.6 12.9 36.0 26.2 37.0 72.9 42.5 24.0 44.8 8.7 26.0 22.4 Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections h x Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1 Tolerances to EN 10219-2 y b Size Thickness Mass Area H x B T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 150 x 100 4.0 84.2 51.0 20.5 59.1 39.4 113 12.7 27.0 104 132 12.0 14.6 28.0 57.5 44.0 300 x 100 6.2 10.0 88.4 6.5 19.5 22.0 16.0 15.8 45.9 43.1 16.4 6.0 35.2 27.9 29.5 59.0 44.0 14.0 10.6 12. length/ tonne m/t 67.9 64.3 87.2 10.4 8.2 54.0 20.8 11.4 Tata Steel International Size Thickness Mass Area H x B T M A mm mm kg/m cm2 250 x 150 5.5 68.2 14.5 88.6 200 x 100 4.3 87.0 41.7 48.2 34.6 200 x 150 4.0 28.0 22.9 13.6 8.0 35.1 24.1 12.5 46.2 10.3 24.6 15.6 14.2 26.7 26.5 52.2 8.9 70.6 9.8 108 12.0 17.0 46.0 29.6 22.2 10.4 6.6 8.8 31.0 8.0 72.1 38.8 21.0 49.9 5.2 10.0 11.9 5.0 21.3 52.4 6.0 22.6 180 x 100 4.2 57.0 28.0 66.0 35.5 17.2 51.0 33.0 71.6 8.6 8.0 36.2 33.0 19.1 62.6 12.0 24.6 108 x t Approx.4 27.0 30.0 31.5 5.8 30.3 36.4 6.8 26.9 37.5 46.0 59.1 36.2 18.6 180 x 80 4.0 26.8 10.9 20.6 200 x 120 4.5 17.6 8.6 91.0 35.9 5.0 18.0 40.0 27.0 300 x 200 6.8 45.5 47.0 57.0 23.4 40.0 33.6 160 x 80 4.2.7 5.3 38.0 21.4 33.0 31.0 72.7 35.30 109 .0 112 400 x 200 8.4 56.6 27.4 10.5 68.3 5.0 45.6 28.2 32.2 10.7 92.1 75.5 108 137 Tata Steel International Approx.2 10.4 6.0 48.1 48.2 55.5 31.4 42.0 19.y 7.

3 114.15 3.69 11.308 0.660 1.219 0.375 0.32 33.4 42. where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.2 42.109 0.6 101.21 9.53 14.3 48. 3601.840 0.4 33.0 Pipe and tube products 8.3 Tata Steel International STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS Schd 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – Wall Thickness in 0.3 141.400 0.203 0.0 73.216 0.64 2.3 60.500 3. 3602 3601.750 mm 2.68 5.82 3.2 42.7 26.27 21.226 0.875 3. A672.179 0.39 14.35 27.237 0.3 48.9 88. meeting the specific and bespoke needs of your project.08 7.050 1.563 5.300 0.563 5.113 0.900 2. 10217 10216 ISO 3183 3183 110 Tata Steel International 0. This is achieved through project-managed packages of seamless and welded pipes.875 2.375 2.344 0.4 33.91 5.73 4.315 1.375 2.531 0.50 3.91 5.12 6.5 4.68 (D-t)t Where D = outside diameter & t = thickness.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe Tata Steel International is a leading supplier of both welded (ERW / HFI / LSAW / SSAW) and seamless steel linepipe. API work to 1 decimal place whereas ASTM/ASME work to an accuracy of 2 decimal places.47 5.318 0.8.9 88.191 0.3 141. coatings and ancillaries.660 1.16 7.140 0. 17175 BS 3059. Typical Grades Offered Welded Seamless ASTM A53.05 Mass kg/m 1.337 0.53 15.3 73.08 6.29 15.0246615 (D-t)t Metric for API.3 114. where D and t are measured in inches: M (lb/ft) = 10.315 1.276 0.56 4.660 1.37 11.500 3.3 48.87 3.0 73.563 5.358 0.07 5.9 101.900 1.69 2.88 20.74 8.35 9.438 0.6 114.62 1.3 21.85 6.3 114.436 0.600 0.840 1. 5LX.625 0.55 6.95 2.200 0. A691 A53.875 2.20 2.218 0.43 111 .0 73.55 1.3 60.47 8.0 88.68 13. 5CT DIN 1626. We can also resolve the complex logistics issues of supply in a global marketplace.27 1.07 13.90 3.35 9. Mass per unit length can be calculated using the following equations for Carbon Steel pipe: Metric for ASTM. in 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 1 1 1 1 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 2 2 2 2 21⁄2 21⁄2 21⁄2 21⁄2 3 3 3 3 31⁄2 31⁄2 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 As a business we can deliver comprehensive pipe solutions.7 33.45 3.02 8.875 2.42 7.552 0. 5CT 5L.55 9.3 141.01 9.97 49.24 5.660 1.3 26.3 21.3 60.050 1.58 5.5 4.49 7. With in-house technical specialists and access to the Tata Steel Group network of technical assistance.24 4.500 4 4 4.77 3.02466 (D-t)t Imperial.7 26.43 7. we can provide product and technical advice.258 0.09 3. including from our own manufacturing pipe mills.154 0.281 0.2 42.382 0.38 4.050 1.02 5.840 0.7 26.375 2.5 5.03 21.13 15.500 3.61 7.14 10.174 0. where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = Tata Steel International has a long and successful track record supplying pipe & ancillary products to meet the needs of the customers we serve in the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical sectors.24 5.188 0.43 11.3 21.57 18.3 141.74 11.840 0. A333. where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.900 1. We are able to offer quality pipes from a network of reputable manufacturers and stockists worldwide.315 1.294 0.54 8.62 11.145 0.4 33.77 30. A671.56 13.375 0.154 0.39 4.050 1. ASTM Metric.3 60.49 17.56 7.674 0.70 3. 5LX.250 0.63 16.315 1.07 22.77 4.900 1.250 0.375 2.78 7. A106.11 57.133 0.07 5. 3602 EN 10208.563 mm 21. 17172 1629.88 19.9 88.5 4.47 2.0246615 (D-t)t Nominal pipe size Actual Identification OD in 0. A335 API 5L.54 41.2 48.

956 0.406 0.0 1168.70 19.55 620.000 34.0 1118.53 365.750 10.750 14.844 1.750 1.22 42.53 11.406 0.40 33.49 164.48 25.81 129.84 139.0 660.750 12.3 219.500 0.000 46.000 22.000 24.000 1.27 211.000 0.625 8.1 323.000 22.13 12.000 38.0 864.625 10.64 107.0 1067.70 19.000 mm 168.55 260.37 850.0 813.53 10.000 28.000 24.000 40.000 32.53 12.0 914.0 559.50 346.250 0.250 0.0 559.27 123.48 25.625 8.05 25.70 25.70 19.000 36.500 1.75 9.6 355.750 1.56 67.750 1.000 28.000 0.375 0.0 610.000 24.0 STD XS – XXS STD XS XXS – STD XS – XXS – STD – XS – XXS – STD – XS – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – Schd 40 80 160 – 40 80 – 160 40 60 80 – 160 – 40 – 80 – 160 30 40 – 80 160 30 40 80 160 – – 40 80 160 20 30 40 80 160 20 30 80 160 20 – 40 80 160 Wall Thickness in 0.000 42.0 864.0 508.000 16.70 15.750 1.82 539.25 351.40 9.1 273.24 250.40 9.688 1.000 mm 660.42 311.59 187.0 610.08 186.750 1.000 46.9 323.000 38.05 25.53 731.000 36.24 9.000 1.53 12.000 34.75 Mass kg/m 152.27 60.70 17.9 355.15 155.48 272.50 556.42 810.500 1.53 12.30 203.000 0.19 492.83 672.0 1067.0 457.500 0.000 0.13 171.000 34.30 493.53 12.0 610.000 44.0 965.625 6.0 508.750 12.76 715.000 30.16 516.26 21.40 9.906 0.000 24.01 9.375 0.81 223.53 12.875 0.375 0.31 12.1 219.000 42.70 19.54 Mass Nominal pipe size kg/m 28.0 660.000 42.40 31.09 373.75 9.375 0.73 97.83 45.06 255.000 16.500 0.500 0.0 1067.0 965.0 711.44 179.625 8.64 343.4 406.26 129.39 158.27 421.0 508.01 155.688 1.432 0.0 1118.0 965.000 20.0 508.000 1.375 0.79 314.0 1016.40 31.92 111.1 273.0 914.35 104.000 26.29 234.70 19.000 1.000 30.70 25.000 36.0 1067.000 16.52 330.71 9.000 40.27 23.375 0.365 0.750 10.40 28.63 93.53 12.000 44.4 406.40 31.750 12.80 235.58 53.0 762.0 457.75 9.30 652.250 0.70 28.69 429.000 14.40 9.000 40.75 9.375 0.000 38.0 1016.0 559.0 762.53 12.750 1.1 219.75 9.000 20.68 889.26 684.000 22.53 12.17 564.6 355.500 0.09 26.0 813.000 14.000 38.55 459.250 0.000 18.000 1.375 0.0 508.0 1016.09 25.781 0.250 0.000 36.53 12.000 18.000 30.8.9 323.000 44.15 156.19 50.000 1.000 32.500 0.864 0.688 1.500 0.000 14.53 12.08 94.70 17.31 525.22 in 26 26 26 28 28 28 30 30 30 32 32 32 32 34 34 34 34 36 36 36 36 36 38 38 38 38 38 40 40 40 40 40 42 42 42 42 42 44 44 44 44 44 46 46 46 46 46 Tata Steel International Actual Identification OD in 26.000 34.125 2.0 1118.3 168.05 25.34 218.375 0.375 0.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe Nominal pipe size in 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 24 24 24 24 24 112 Actual Identification OD in 6.0 914.000 20.40 31.70 19.63 113 .46 132.375 0.4 406.67 461.12 183.26 42.1 273.0 610.0 864.6 406.32 200.53 12.0 762.38 188.000 14.11 254.40 31.37 117.53 12.594 0.322 0.55 96.70 17.95 8.18 12.031 1.1 273.70 22.000 40.05 25.08 808.000 42.0 1168.000 38.58 9.500 0.0 1118.500 0.49 281.41 442.0 1168.72 397.0 711.55 64.49 9.375 0.000 42.750 12.000 0.750 10.70 19.96 59.70 21.40 31.52 588.1 273.70 15.48 30.56 79.000 20.90 282.750 1.0 457.750 12.11 10.32 9.000 44.688 1.0 914.70 25.05 25.000 32.48 770.05 25.000 16.500 0.0 1168.219 2.70 17.1 219.15 172.000 26.0 965.27 12.250 0.500 0.000 46.65 79.000 44.000 18.53 12.500 0.000 32.0 711.375 0.0 864.53 12.61 365.000 28.312 0.9 323.500 0.48 25.9 323.562 0.375 0.625 6.6 355.500 0.750 10.24 445.0 1118.000 20.0 965.3 168.0 813.63 81.50 81.40 9.375 0.000 40.97 18.0 813.375 0.59 691.000 18.0 610.9 323.22 469.375 0.0 1016.4 457.0 Tata Steel International STD XS – STD XS – STD XS – STD XS – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – Schd – 20 – – 20 – – 20 – – 20 40 – – 20 40 – – 20 40 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Wall Thickness in 0.594 1.594 1.0 1067.53 12.39 202.000 46.500 0.0 914.18 266.44 40.3 168.84 298.750 12.938 1.0 457.62 248.344 mm 7.0 559.000 22.000 36.125 0.500 1.01 9.000 1.0 1016.625 8.719 0.000 46.30 107.000 24.250 mm 9.70 14.53 12.98 9.438 0.625 6.6 355.000 18.05 35.97 238.280 0.23 23.000 1.500 0.500 1.0 1168.44 73.375 0.

109 0.000 1.94 441.000 64.6 114.750 1.375 0.0 2032.47 5.86 1568.9 5.0 2032.000 1.40 31.09 1256.5 17.21 9.250 0.47 8.39 4.82 1329.8 3.000 60.3 48.000 64.6 9.75 15.000 52.315 1.750 1.05 25.0 1422.40 31.40 31.53 12.88 20.000 72.75 15.000 56.0 1626.0 1321.3 141.54 41.50 948.68 13.53 12.050 1.0 STD XS – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Schd – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Wall Thickness in 0.05 25.625 0.78 1090.40 31.40 31.05 1192.276 0.563 5.97 49.000 52.20 2.0 88.337 0.75 9.318 0.2 7. where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.0 1930.900 1.1 6.563 mm 21.53 12.840 1.500 4 4 4.216 0.000 1.500 0.000 84.375 2.438 0.250 0.89 505.3 60.8 3.0 1930.000 48.0 1727.0 1321.000 72.625 0.24 377.000 64.000 68.82 938.03 21.24 4.237 0.000 60.000 80.500 3.3 60.57 18.40 31.000 60.5 4.27 21.250 0.9 19.154 0.750 1.05 25.69 11.55 1.500 0.000 mm 1219.4 42.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe Nominal pipe size in 48 48 48 48 48 52 52 52 52 52 56 56 56 56 56 60 60 60 60 60 64 64 64 64 64 68 68 68 68 72 72 72 72 76 76 76 76 80 80 80 80 84 84 84 84 114 Actual Identification OD in 48.8.3 60.0 73.69 2.750 1.358 0.05 25.436 0.000 1.17 379.000 1.86 1002.660 1.660 1.40 31.4 4.500 0.000 60.0 1422.75 9.26 756.0 1219.1 5.2 48.750 1.34 600.0 1524.563 5.52 1010.53 829.53 12.1 Mass kg/m 1.000 48.000 64.000 68.56 307.31 708.000 80.7 26.563 5.12 1645.2 5.375 2.7 8.226 0.0 1321.250 0.0 1930.375 0.37 11.000 80.05 25.70 19.75 12.4 33.40 31.000 68.69 1409.000 68.75 12.000 52.375 0.0 1422.3 21.8 7.67 1170.92 473.375 0.050 1.0 2133.64 2.258 0.113 0.218 0.1 15.0 2133.89 804.0 1626.9 88.3 73.840 0.315 1.315 1.7 4.5 4.6 11.40 31.70 19.24 5.0 1727.11 57.0 1524.050 1.000 84.840 0.74 613.70 19.0 1727.000 56.875 3.250 0.07 22.9 88.56 1250.875 2.0 5.375 2.000 64.000 1.40 31.660 1.382 0.88 19.2 42.000 1.07 5.3 141.3 26.07 13.000 76.79 563.0 1321.70 19.77 4.191 0.0 1626.43 7.674 0.20 811.219 0.97 1488.1 10.70 19.750 1.900 2.500 3.0 1524.7 11.2 42.05 25.133 0.250 0.08 1320.375 0.62 1.4 33.9 6.9 88.7 33.000 72.83 852.0 1219.000 48.000 1.0 1321.3 114.32 33.0 73.500 0.375 0.43 11.344 0.5 5.4 33.203 0.3 21.000 56.0 8.294 0.0 1626.0 1524.875 2.5 4.500 0.050 1.500 0.750 1.15 536.7 3.05 25.5 2.50 3.7 26.98 331.90 3.77 874.02466 (D-t)t Nominal pipe size in 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 1 1 1 1 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 2 21⁄2 21⁄2 21⁄2 21⁄2 3 3 3 3 31⁄2 31⁄2 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 Actual Identification OD in 0.000 1.58 5.7 26.5 14.0 1930.000 56.3 141.77 30.625 0.1 6.9 5.2 3.05 25.000 76.3 48.6 6.47 1129.0 2133.140 0.375 2.000 80.55 790.250 0.500 0.400 0.4 9.0 1524.6 4.70 747.3 Tata Steel International STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS STD XS STD XS – XXS STD XS – XXS Schd 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – 40 80 40 80 160 – 40 80 160 – Wall Thickness in 0.42 7.61 7.0 1829.000 1.37 660.531 0.1 3.000 72.43 1065.0 73.5 7.000 76.4 9.18 355.660 1.000 84.3 60.000 76.5 15.35 27.39 14.000 52.63 929.154 0.308 0.6 13.750 1.43 115 .0 1219.0 2133.000 52.315 1.95 2.375 0.6 101.552 0.29 15.145 0.900 1.07 993.000 60.70 19.05 25.0 1219.250 0.75 9.25 409.750 1.0 1829.900 1.0 2032.5 8.840 0.45 3.18 Tata Steel International API – 5L Metric.000 84.88 19.174 0.9 101.3 114.9 3.875 2.000 56.300 0.3 141.250 mm 9.500 3.0 9.1 7.0 1422.281 0.0 1422.05 25.179 0.75 12.27 1.75 Mass kg/m 284.0 1626.750 1.188 0.70 19.750 mm 2.0 2032.75 9.200 0.3 48.250 0.0 1727.6 7.53 12.2 42.3 21.000 48.46 900.0 1829.250 0.70 19.250 0.7 5.63 16.600 0.3 114.500 0.36 568.0 1829.

000 44.625 8.0 1168.5 12.9 323.0 9.7 19.0 59.500 0.000 28.000 42.9 355.6 355.000 24.625 8.000 16.3 23.2 9.9 323.7 25.0 813.0 1016.000 44.08 94.5 12.4 406.76 715.0 711.64 343.250 0.56 67.000 22.63 81.750 12.63 93.0 1067.82 539.000 20.375 0.250 0.375 0.0 559.0 610.625 6.000 1.500 0.4 9.0 813.000 0.8 9.0 711.000 28.6 9.4 28.500 1.55 620.3 22.0 1118.35 104.250 0.1 273.80 235.5 12.000 36.3 9.27 60.84 298.27 421.625 6.5 12.000 26.39 202.375 0.1 25.5 12.500 0.0 508.15 156.0 762.4 31.56 79.5 12.0 965.432 0.7 17.1 25.1 25.6 355.0 508.000 42.7 17.1 273.688 1.0 1168.1 219.750 1.000 38.08 808.0 1016.0 1067.864 0.000 40.0 Tata Steel International STD XS – STD XS – STD XS – STD XS – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – Schd – 20 – – 20 – – 20 – – 20 40 – – 20 40 – – 20 40 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Wall Thickness in 0.000 mm 168.7 17.30 203.375 0.000 40.000 1.000 20.22 in 26 26 26 28 28 28 30 30 30 32 32 32 32 34 34 34 34 36 36 36 36 36 38 38 38 38 38 40 40 40 40 40 42 42 42 42 42 44 44 44 44 44 46 46 46 46 46 Tata Steel International Actual Identification OD in 26.562 0.280 0.000 24.375 0.1 25.7 19.0 864.000 18.19 492.000 34.0 1016.4 406.7 15.3 12.4 40.750 1.90 282.8 9.000 20.000 36.5 12.875 0.0 914.000 24.000 16.0 1168.1 35.5 25.7 25.5 25.53 365.375 0.7 19.1 273.000 42.7 25.5 12.1 25.750 12.7 19.42 810.22 42.2 50.500 1.8 Mass kg/m 152.0 559.68 889.219 2.4 9.500 1.6 Mass Nominal pipe size kg/m 28.15 155.0 559.0 1168.375 0.7 21.500 0.55 459.25 351.750 14.8 9.22 469.16 516.250 0.0 864.625 6.000 1.000 30.625 8.000 18.000 30.55 260.906 0.3 168.26 129.0 914.406 0.000 34.625 8.0 18.500 0.53 731.500 0.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe Nominal pipe size in 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 24 24 24 24 24 116 Actual Identification OD in 6.5 12.0 762.500 0.0 508.125 0.0 762.781 0.500 0.0 660.0 457.0 965.17 564.0 1118.0 559.0 457.15 172.000 34.000 46.000 38.500 1.5 12.375 0.375 0.79 314.750 12.8 9.48 272.0 965.0 914.5 25.0 9.000 14.000 0.46 132.4 31.8 9.8 45.9 323.37 117.49 164.0 1067.0 813.8.000 22.500 0.6 54.62 248.24 445.59 691.81 223.9 323.688 1.7 14.500 0.67 461.0 813.750 1.750 10.38 188.000 46.08 186.000 32.4 31.6 355.000 40.312 0.01 155.000 42.30 493.500 0.000 32.1 323.72 397.750 1.26 684.688 1.000 20.250 mm 9.0 610.000 20.956 0.6 406.750 10.5 12.0 914.0 1118.844 1.44 73.7 22.1 25.750 1.000 38.625 10.44 179.0 457.7 19.0 STD XS – XXS STD XS XXS – STD XS – XXS – STD – XS – XXS – STD – XS – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – – STD XS – – STD XS – – – Schd 40 80 160 – 40 80 – 160 40 60 80 – 160 – 40 – 80 – 160 30 40 – 80 160 30 40 80 160 – – 40 80 160 20 30 40 80 160 20 30 80 160 20 – 40 80 160 Wall Thickness in 0.5 31.55 96.59 187.73 97.27 211.49 281.0 8.3 168.4 406.344 mm 7.0 1118.0 610.4 31.250 0.7 28.000 38.1 219.000 38.3 219.50 81.7 19.000 1.64 107.29 234.000 mm 660.0 1067.7 17.500 0.1 12.000 36.27 123.4 33.438 0.37 850.97 238.1 273.0 914.000 28.5 12.000 36.81 129.375 0.000 14.000 36.000 26.375 0.26 42.11 254.375 0.41 442.750 12.000 40.1 11.0 610.0 457.9 323.375 0.34 218.4 457.000 32.5 9.18 266.375 0.375 0.750 1.1 219.000 24.594 1.000 1.406 0.000 0.32 200.0 864.000 46.5 11.000 44.750 10.50 556.2 23.4 9.65 79.750 12.375 0.24 250.55 64.1 273.52 588.000 0.500 0.000 44.30 652.000 0.000 1.48 770.0 9.92 111.6 355.000 1.0 508.31 525.000 34.83 672.000 22.000 42.39 158.06 255.30 107.09 373.5 12.0 1118.000 32.000 16.375 0.938 1.000 22.000 18.500 0.7 9.0 1016.61 365.594 0.5 12.000 40.0 1067.3 12.50 346.84 139.0 660.125 2.031 1.322 0.688 1.0 1016.0 864.000 16.5 12.000 46.750 10.13 171.4 9.000 1.000 18.4 31.365 0.3 168.500 0.594 1.0 610.750 1.5 12.250 0.1 25.0 711.63 117 .750 12.42 311.000 18.52 330.375 0.719 0.0 965.12 183.0 1168.4 31.5 10.500 0.7 19.000 14.0 965.4 9.000 14.69 429.000 30.000 44.000 24.1 26.2 12.7 15.0 508.000 46.

99 5.55 1.0 1930.25 409. and the austenitic stainless steels about 2% greater than the values shown in this table.050 1.82 938.000 1.675 0.8 9.315 1.0 1524.30 1.2 48.000 52.113 0.083 0.24 377.091 0.93 3.50 948.750 1.000 48.4 31.3 48.91 5.31 2.77 3.049 0.0 1524.145 0.0 1219. in a variety of steel grades.840 0.625 0.000 76.41 1.083 0.000 56.7 19.19 Nominal pipe size in 1 ⁄8 1 ⁄8 1 ⁄8 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄4 1 ⁄4 3 ⁄8 3 ⁄8 3 ⁄8 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 ⁄2 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 1 1 1 1 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 2 Actual Identification OD in 0.000 72.24 1.109 0.08 1.0 2032.500 0.000 1.250 0.8.4 31.000 68.250 0.675 0.0 STD XS – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Schd – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8.000 60.000 60.840 0.12 2.375 0.23 1.065 0.71 2.000 1.0 1829.000 52.54 Mass kg/m 0.38 4.1 25.1 25.3 21.11 2.000 76.15 536.000 1.5 12. Full body stress relieving or normalising heat treatment can be undertaken as specified to meet the more onerous applications.7 13.8 12.250 0.10 0.000 76.79 563.0 1727.065 0.540 0.000 56.4 42.0 1930.840 0.49 0.065 0.660 1.37 660.000 1.050 1.900 1.375 2.2 42.65 2.4 31.20 1.900 1.1 17.0 1626.750 1.000 48.0 1626.0 2032.315 1.250 mm 9.000 84.11 2.5 12.0 2133.8 19. The ferritic stainless steels may be about 5% less.000 56.675 0.000 80.5 12.02 1.56 4.8 12.8 15.1 25.000 80.0 1422.0 1930.000 56.405 0.3 21.29 1.4 31.0 1321.12 1645.3 10.500 0.000 1.7 26.7 13.94 441.405 0.109 0.000 56.4 31.60 119 .8 15.4 31.1 25. Mass per unit length can be calculated using the following equations for Stainless Steel pipe: Metric.0 1626.0 1422.8 9.0 1727.87 3.095 0.65 2.540 0.0 1524.088 0.315 1.3 21.1 25.50 2.154 0.174 0.5 12.86 1002.500 0.67 1170.89 804.69 1409.000 48.500 0.85 1.18 355.47 0.26 756.7 19.000 76.500 0.0 1829.1 25.65 2.000 84.34 600.000 68.3 60.3 60.126 0.000 60.02466 (D-t)t Where D = outside diameter & t = thickness.0 1626.65 2.77 874.91 1.65 2.250 0.8 12.65 2.109 0.000 80.63 0.31 3.77 3.4 31.0 1422.0 2133.500 0.63 0.09 1256.65 2.0 1321.73 3.315 1.660 1.000 72.07 993.200 0.000 64.0 1422.4 33.77 3.0 1829.83 852.7 17.82 1329.77 3.7 33.900 2.64 1.000 1.065 0.1 Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and low alloy steel process pipe Nominal pipe size in 48 48 48 48 48 52 52 52 52 52 56 56 56 56 56 60 60 60 60 60 64 64 64 64 64 68 68 68 68 72 72 72 72 76 76 76 76 80 80 80 80 84 84 84 84 118 Actual Identification OD in 48.250 0.000 60.56 307. ANSI (ASTM) Dimensions to ASME B36.179 0.0 1321.08 1320.065 0.375 mm 10.8 9.73 1.375 0.250 0.5 12.250 0.0 1727. The different grades of stainless steel permit considerable variations in weight.050 1.0 1422.78 1090.03 1.70 747.660 1.050 1.17 379.3 48.52 7.000 52.65 2.3 13.000 mm 1219.000 84.7 19.140 0.540 0.065 0.840 1.000 72.000 60.500 0.000 64.37 0.625 0.1 17.0 1524.000 52.119 0.7 26.109 0.29 1.000 52.92 473.47 1129.3 Tata Steel International Schd 10S 40S 80S 10S 40S 80S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S Wall Thickness in 0.74 613.218 mm 1.98 331.54 3.86 1568.000 48.16 4.53 829.000 1.750 1.154 0.0 1524.0 2032.0 1930.0 1727.89 505.0 2133.3 48.0 1321.405 0.0 2133.97 1488.900 1.55 790.7 19.4 31.52 1010.375 0.660 1.11 5.0 2032.05 1192.750 1.1 25.2 Stainless and Duplex process pipe Wall Thickness in 0.7 19.375 0.750 1.750 1.4 33.250 0.0 1219.46 900.000 84.8 9.7 19.68 5. which are based on weights for carbon steel.000 68.20 811.0 1219.750 1.31 708.3 26.01 1.3 60.56 1250.109 0.24 3.000 64.4 31.54 1.000 1.0 1219.133 0.2 42.375 2.18 Tata Steel International These pipes can be supplied as seamless or welded.4 31.065 0.2 42.750 1.0 1626.28 0.750 1.68 2.000 1.81 1.8 Mass kg/m 284.9 19.7 26.63 929.1 25.3 60.7 19.0 1829.4 33.500 0.375 0.36 568.42 3.3 10.0 1321.375 2.000 68.84 1.80 0.065 0.44 4.250 0.000 80.77 3.000 72.065 0. where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.1 25.1 21.000 64.1 25.7 19.73 2.000 64.43 1065.750 1.191 0.

4 406.6 101.188 0.000 18.35 7.70 43.05 5.750 12.40 6.56 11.083 0.5 4.0 88.218 0.5 4.55 9.1 219.156 0.750 12.563 5.70 3.875 2.97 2.20 48.5 4.74 22.1 219.78 5.62 2.0 508.55 Processs of Tata Steel International "Generic" Steel Grades Type Manufacture Pipes Fittings Flanges Welded Carbon API 5L B/X42 ASTM A234 WPB ASTM A105 N Carbon ASTM A672 ASTM A234 WPB ASTM A105 N High Yield CS API 5L Gr X52/X60 MSS SP75 WPHY52/60 A694 F52/60 Low Temp CS ASTM A671 ASTM A420 WPL6 ASTM A350 LF2 Low Alloy ASTM A691 ASTM A234 WP ASTM A182 F Stainless ASTM A312 ASTM A403 ASTM A182 F Stainless ASTM A358 ASTM A403 ASTM A182 F Duplex A790 A815 A182 F Duplex A928 A815 A182 F Seamless Carbon API 5L B/X42 ASTM A234 WPB ASTM A105 N Carbon ASTM A106 B ASTM A234 WPB ASTM A105 N Carbon ASTM A53 B ASTM A234 WPB ASTM A105 N High Yield CS API 5L Gr X52/X60 MSS SP75 WPHY52/60 A694 F52/60 Low Temp CS ASTM A333 Gr 6 ASTM A420 WPL6 ASTM A350 LF2 Low Alloy ASTM A335 ASTM A234 WP ASTM A182 F Stainless ASTM A312 ASTM A403 ASTM A182 F Duplex A790 A815 A182 F This table is a guide to the scope of our offering and the selection of grades includes the typical.875 2.6 355.0 73.6 406.625 8.9 355.00 20.78 18.337 0.109 0.9 101.6 114.000 24.1 273.120 0.563 5.98 120.000 mm 73.8.81 31.85 95.563 6.1 273.4 457.000 14.120 0.01 2.3 219.87 41.19 4.120 0.78 4.35 6.27 43.96 4.000 30.77 3.120 0.9 323.250 0.05 5.750 12.3 114.000 20.07 47.15 149.226 0.3 168.625 10.500 0. these tables are not exhaustive.64 22.24 82.0 73.58 4.19 9.56 2.750 10.72 36.180 0.02 98.34 8.3 114. common ranges we have learned from experience as being the most popular.50 16.250 0.20 65.53 13.165 0.625 8.750 10.53 2.500 3.375 0.92 8.165 0.96 34.134 0.16 7.9 88.77 11.99 42.70 3.70 3.300 0.0 457.188 0.188 0.276 0.53 12.26 7.000 30.500 3.75 5.54 6.6 101.165 0.3 168.9 323.312 mm 2.11 3.3 141.5 5. As such.3 168.500 4 4 4 4 4.318 0.11 3.432 0.0 610.000 16.57 9.083 0.750 12.51 54.134 0.10 31.000 24.1 273.51 5.77 3.76 8.04 28.083 0.48 14.500 3.875 3.22 15.258 0.66 9.0 508.92 5.148 0.27 12.3 141.109 0.188 0.000 18. due to the complex nature of steel process pipe products.3 141.216 0.54 5.78 4.18 12.1 219.750 14.156 0.0 610.3 141.0 762.3 168.21 61.625 8.625 6.70 83.134 0. Tata Steel International 121 .3 Process pipes packages Mass Typical grades kg/m 3.625 6.96 28.0 762.19 4.625 6.109 0.54 75.365 0.2 Stainless and Duplex process pipe Nominal pipe size in 21⁄2 21⁄2 2 1⁄2 21⁄2 3 3 3 3 31⁄2 31⁄2 31⁄2 31⁄2 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 14 14 16 16 18 18 20 20 24 24 30 30 120 Actual Identification OD in 2.9 323.6 101.02 8.1 273.23 69.13 60.218 0.40 7.49 7.40 4.500 0.05 6.280 0.9 88.083 0.11 10.9 88.05 5.563 5.750 10.61 11.0 Schd 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 40S 80S 5S 10S 5S 10S 5S 10S 5S 10S 5S 10S 5S 10S Wall Thickness in 0.08 2.59 6.322 0.44 11.11 3.875 2.93 8.000 16.0 73.96 4.74 8.203 0.47 15.000 20.78 4.77 3.237 0.1 323.500 0.11 3.32 22.3 114.322 0.625 8.

53 12.5 5.41 3.8 166.4 21.05 10.0 140.2 13.5 163.5 14.5 17.8.490 0.4 0.407 0.3 34.0 4.95 3.3 14.93 10.6 4.2 4.839 1.0 0.5 115.56 2.19 7.1 20.88 2.487 0.4 General purpose tube Dimensions and properties to EN 10255 Where requested: Taper threads to EN 10266 Sockets to EN 10241 or 10242 Specified Thread H M outside size Heavy Series Medium series diameter Outside Diameter Wall Mass per unit Wall Mass per unit D R max min Thickness Length of bare tube Thickness Length of bare tube T Plain Socketed T Plain Threaded end end and Socketed mm mm mm mm kg/m kg/m mm kg/m kg/m 10.4 48.3 88.1 ⁄8 ⁄4 3 ⁄8 1 ⁄2 3 ⁄4 1 11⁄4 11⁄2 2 21⁄2 3 4 5 6 1 1 10.4 5.8 18.82 4.404 0.9 59.8 0.9 48.7 21.0 4.3 2.9 21.6 14.6 3.9 33.8 76.5 4.03 1.0 2.2 21.03 6.56 5.0 5.22 1.36 12.79 4.6 3.6 2.6 2.8 13.2 3.9 2.43 3.0 26.6 19.26 8.769 1.9 2.2 3.8 60.10 3.0 4.4 T=specified wall thickness 122 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 123 .7 75.645 0.0 17.8 27.3 2.4 5.44 1.02 1.2 3.6 89.3 0.93 3.2 16.10 6.3 60.21 1.3 26.9 3.5 9.54 8.2 42.7 42.1 88.5 5.641 0.5 17.37 6.9 2.7 165.2 3.1 138.765 1.9 114.87 2.0 5.5 21.0 4.3 42.41 6.0 113.57 2.3 139.2 16.13 3.5 17.0 47.5 33.45 1.60 5.42 8.845 1.3 76.

Reasons to Coat Coatings are applied to steel surfaces for a variety of reasons. Valves and Forged Branch Outlet Fittings. Socket Weld and Threaded product forms. Stainless and Duplex grade steels. Reducers and Crosses. Slip On. Please refer to the Process Pipes Package brochure for additional information. Low Temperature. Supplied in Carbon. Low Alloy. through their long history of supplying various coated products and worldwide relationships with coating applicators. Low Alloy.6 Pipe coatings Welded Pipe (SAW. ERW) Supplied in Carbon. Blind. the main and most familiar reason is to protect the steel surface from corrosion. Types of Coatings Various types of coating exist to cover the majority of applications: • Varnish – short term protection (transit) • Shop applied primer – longer term protection • Epoxies – thermal set – two pack • Phenolic – thermal setting – high temperature use • Ceramic – very high temperature uses • Polyethylene – long term corrosion protection • Polypropylene – insulation coating • Polyurethane – long term corrosion protection • Coal Tar – coal enamel – long term corrosion protection • Urethane – insulation coating • Cement and mortar linings • Polysiloxane coatings – very long term corrosion protection Ancilliary Products Including Gaskets. Lap Joint. Tees.8. Low Temperature. Stainless and Duplex grade steels. Choice of Coatings The choice of a particular type of coating is determined from: • Environment (internal or external conditions) • Service period required • Functional or aesthetic • Cost 124 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 125 . Induction Bends. Low Alloy. Seamless Pipe Supplied in Carbon. Low Alloy. can deliver all coating requirements. Butt Weld Fittings Incorporating Elbows. Studbolts. Orifice.5 Process pipes products 8. Low Alloy. Low Temperature. Low Temperature. Strainers. EFW. External Coatings: • Corrosion mitigation • Thermal insulation • Weight coating – concrete Forged Steel Fittings Incorporating all standard product forms with Socket Weld or Threaded Ends in pressure ratings 3. whether factory or site applied. HFI. Return Bends. Tata Steel International. Caps. Stainless and Duplex grade steels. Stainless and Duplex grade steels.000lb.000lb and 6. Internal Coatings: • Corrosion mitigation • Flow improvement – hydraulic efficiency • Galvanic corrosion protection – insulation Forged Steel Flanges Incorporating Weld Neck. Supplied in Carbon. Stainless and Duplex grade steels. Low Temperature. Supplied in Carbon.

5mm) Adhesive (typical 300 microns) Primer (typical 80 microns) Steel substrate Typical thickness = 3mm Epoxy Coating Epoxy (typical 250 microns) Primer (typical 15 microns) Steel substrate b. 126 Tata Steel International Tata Steel International 127 .8. Choice of Protection: Corrosion Inhibitors & Biocides Protective Coatings Sacrificial Anodes Typical thickness = 250 microns Relevant Coating Specifications Polyethylene DIN 30670 3. Galvanic b. a. Choice of steel: High Alloy Controlled Hardness (NACE MR-01-75) Corrosion Resistant Alloy (CRA) CRA Clad material (Alloy 625/825 etc) Extra Thickness (Corrosion Allowance) 3-Layer Polyethylene Coating Polyethylene (typical 2.5mm nominal Fusion Bonded Epoxy DIN 30671 150 – 600 microns Handling/Shipping Considerations The handling. the following are but a sample of the options available to the design engineer: a. Stress Corrosion – caused by fluids/material choice d. Internal Corrosion – caused by fluids.5mm nominal Polypropylene DIN 30678 3. boxing or special stowage considerations. these may range from handling with webbing slings. Galvanic Corrosion – caused by dissimilar metals Corrosion Mitigation There are many methods of corrosion mitigation. wet gas. storage and shipping of coated products requires additional procedures.6 Pipe coatings Corrosion There are various types of corrosion and methods to mitigate the effects of each. special rack systems. Tata Steel International have the necessary expertise and logistics experience in handling coated products. External Corrosion – caused by Galvanic action c.

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