HOT ROLLED AND STRUCTURAL STEEL

PRODUCT CATALOGUE

Contents
Introduction

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Availability
Structural Steel Sections
Rail Products
Merchant Bar Sections

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Dimensions and Design Information
Welded Beams
Welded Columns
Universal Beams
Universal Columns
Tapered Flange Beams
Parallel Flange Channels
Universal Bearing Piles
Equal Angles
Unequal Angles
Rails

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Standard Specifications
Structural Steel Sections
Rail Products
Merchant Bar Sections

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Customer Technical Service

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NTRODUCTION

OneSteel is Australia's premier long products steel
company and comprises three Australian business
groups.
• OneSteel Distribution
• OneSteel Market Mills
• OneSteel Whyalla Steelworks

This booklet is produced by OneSteel Manufacturing
Pty Limited (trading as OneSteel Market Mills) and is
intended to provide general information on a range of
hot rolled and structural steel products. The following
text will refer to OneSteel Market Mills as OneSteel.

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Structural Steel Sections
Hot Rolled Products

Welded Products

Hot Rolled Structural Steel sections produced by
OneSteel are manufactured in accordance with the
requirements of Australian Standard AS/NZS
3679.1:1996 Structural Steel - Hot Rolled Bars and
Sections.

OneSteel Market Mills also markets a range of large
Welded Product Structural Steel sections. These
sections are welded from plate and are manufactured in
accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZS
3679.2:1996 Structural Steel - Welded Sections.

Grade Availability
300PLUS® Steel is the standard grade manufactured by
OneSteel for hot rolled Structural Steel sections.

Grade Availability
300PLUS® Steel is the standard grade manufactured for
Welded Products. 300PLUS® welded products are
produced to exceed the minimum requirements of
AS/NZS 3679.2:1996 grade 300.

300PLUS® Steel for hot rolled products is produced to
exceed the minimum requirements of
AS/NZS 3679.1:1996 grade 300.
Other grades may also be available depending on the
section and quantity required. These include:
- 300PLUSLO
- AS/NZS 3679.1-350
- AS/NZS 3679.1-350LO
Length Availability
Most Structural Steel Sections produced by OneSteel
are available in standard length and bundle
configurations. We would recommend that attention be
given to the standard lengths produced by OneSteel as
they are more readily available than other lengths. Table
1 indicates the standard lengths produced by OneSteel
in Structural Steel sections. For other lengths (including
those in excess of 18 metres) please contact your
nearest OneSteel Sales Office for further details.

A higher grade option of AS/NZS 3679.2:1996 grade
400 is also available.
Other grades are subject to enquiry and this should be
directed to your nearest OneSteel Sales Office.
Length Availability
Lengths are available from a minimum of 6 metres to a
maximum of 30 metres. Table 1 indicates the standard
lengths produced.

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Table 1 Standard Lengths

Section
Welded Sections
1200 WB, 1000 WB, 900 WB, 800 WB, 700 WB
500 WC, 400 WC, 350 WC
Universal Beams
610 UB, 530 UB, 460 UB, 410 UB, 360 UB
310 UB 46.2, 40.4
310 UB 32.0
250 UB
200 UB 29.8, 25.4,22.3
200 UB 18.2
180 UB, 150 UB
Universal Columns
310 UC 158, 137, 118
310 UC 96.8
250 UC
200 UC, 150 UC
100 UC 14.8
Taper Flange Beams
125 TFB
100 TFB
Parallel Flange Channels
380 PFC
300 PFC
250 PFC
230 PFC
200 PFC
180 PFC
150 PFC
125 PFC
100 PFC
75 PFC
Equal Angles
200 x 200 x 26, 20, 18, 16, 13
150 x 150 x 19, 16, 12, 10
125 x 125 x 16, 12, 10, 8
100 x 100 x 12, 10, 8, 6
90 x 90 x 10, 8, 6
75 x 75 x 10, 8, 6, 5
65 x 65 x 10, 8, 6, 5
55 x 55 x 6, 5
50 x 50 x 8, 6, 5, 3
45 x 45 x 6, 5, 3
40 x 40 x 6, 5, 3
30 x 30 x 6, 5, 3
25 x 25 x 6, 5, 3
Unequal Angles
150 x 100 x 12, 10
150 x 90 x 16, 12, 10, 8
125 x 75 x 12, 10, 8, 6
100 x 75 x 10, 8, 6
75 x 50 x 8, 6, 5
65 x 50 x 8, 6, 5

Length (m)

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• The Section/Length combination is available in Standard Bundle configurations.
300PLUS® is a registered trademark of the OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Limited.

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Drilling — head hardened rails can be supplied drilled or undrilled. at any point. 2 mm below surface. Head hardened rail is available in 50 kg/m.19 m. 5% or nil tolerance for supply of shorts. 60 kg/m and 68 kg/m sizes. UIC 60 available by enquiry only. 23 Max. at 10 mm from rail surface. Availability (confirmation is required through your nearest OneSteel Branch Office). 1 mm below surface. 20 Min. The steel cast analysis is within the limits shown in table 38 page 28 Maximum length — 27. Available test data indicate a doubling of rail life will occur. 12. Dimensions (mm) c. 25 Min. Length — prime lengths available for all rails are 27. Along Transverse 1 430 Max. the chosen shorts tolerance level will be supplied in 12.A VAILABILITY Rail Products Rails The majority of rails manufactured by OneSteel in Whyalla are produced to AS 1085.1 “Railway Permanent Way Material Part 1 — Steel Rails”.5 m and 13. at any point.5 m. For prime length 27. continuously cast. Depth of heat treatment and hardness gradient Dimensions (mm) a. Dimensions (mm) b. Note Position C – AS 19 68kg/m.5 m. plastic flow of the rail head. These lengths can be ordered with 10%. 10. Chemical Composition The steel is produced by the basic oxygen method. 35 Max. 40 Max. 340 Min. – AS 23 50kg/m and 60 kg/m. For prime lengths 13.5 m. 9 m and 8 m lengths.19 m and 10.5 m lengths. corrugation or rail fatigue defects are reducing rail life it is recommended that OneSteel head hardened rail be specified. the chosen shorts tolerance level will be supplied in 13. 360 Min. at 10 mm from rail surface. 15 Min. Along Transverse 2 430 Max.72 m. Hardness Limits (Vickers Diamond Pyramid Numeral) Location Hardness HV30 Position C 430 Max. Table 2 Head Hardened Rails Where rail wear. HRSSPC V1. Some situations where heavier and more expensive crane rail is specified can also be handled with high strength head hardened rail.72 m. For dimensional details see Table 30 page 25.0 4 . (AS 50 kg/m Only) Table 38 page 28 lists the various rail sections produced at Whyalla together with the conforming standard.72 m.

Table 4 Mainline Sleepers Web Thickness mm 14 12 10 Designation Mass M10 M8.5 M7. Table 3 Heavy Haul Sleepers Designation Mass W14 W12 W10 kg/m 40.5 6.1 21.2 23.5 M6.0 5 .0 8.Steel Sleeper Sections OneSteel manufactures two rolled sections at the Whyalla Works which are used in the manufacture of steel sleepers. The “W” series section is available in a range of sizes with a web thickness varying from 10 mm to 14 mm.1 19.5 kg/m 26.5 The “M” section is available in a range of thicknesses varying from 6. Both the “W” and “M” steel sleeper sections may be used for turnout bearers.5 7. Details of these sections may be obtained from OneSteel Sales Offices.5 mm to 10 mm.5 Web Thickness mm 10.0 35.3 30.5 HRSSPC V1.

A VAILABILITY Merchant Bar Sections Rounds.08 4.17 4.42 12.38 10.55 4.98 3.00 1.93 5.58 1. For new applications we recommend you confirm product availability with a OneSteel Sales Office at an early stage of design.78 1.57 1.06 7.96 2.5 14. – and OneSteel grades (based on AISI-SAE nomenclature).790 1.06 8.14 4.28 7.616 0. Table 5 Rounds — Size Availability and Mass Table 6 Squares — Size Availability and Mass Diameter (mm) 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 30 32 33 36 39 42 45 48 50 56 60 65 75 80 90 Thickness (mm) 10 12 16 20 25 40 Mass (kg/m) 0. – AS 1442 Carbon Steels and Carbon Manganese Steels.01 3.18 6.21 1.96 2.2 14.6 2.5 29.72 2.64 10.0 18.88 2.4 58.01 2.8 10 Thickness (mm) 12 1.42 10.85 8.10 5.0 6 .99 2.9 25.81 23.6 15.28 6.887 1.53 0.9 12.51 3.93 5.71 6.6 39.26 1.1 Structural Steel-Hot Rolled Bars and Sections.12 7.3 31.471 0.14 3.48 9.5 49.6 23.89 8 1.42 6. Squares and Flats Availability Merchant bar rounds.0 34.5 Table 7 Flats — Size Availability and Mass (kg/m) Width (mm) 16 20 25 32 40 50 65 75 90 100 110 130 150 180 200 250 300 3 5 6 0.36 3.8 14.6 28.6 15.6 39.3 16 20 5. – AS 1444 Wrought Alloy Steels Standard and Hardenability.7 18.94 0.01 3.39 1.55 6. Other specifications and sizes may also be available on enquiry.2 11.10 5.942 1.55 2.3 HRSSPC V1.1 25 40 50 9.06 8.3 22.24 4.36 3.46 2.02 6. (H) Series.23 2.12 7.8 23.4 23.26 3. – AS 1447 Hot Rolled Spring Steels.89 7.4 12.2 11.31 6.42 11.7 19. Due to process limitations not all grades are available in all sizes.71 5.2 15.589 0.51 1.71 5. Hot Rolled Bars and Semi-Finished Products.7 12.785 0.18 1.06 3.71 7.28 8.8 14.04 1.8 14.8 20.754 0.16 9.4 19.2 26.1 3.91 8.53 4.99 9.6 28.940 1.65 6. Specifications Merchant bar sections are available in the following standards: – 300PLUS and AS/NZS 3679.16 9.51 3.1 15.9 Mass (kg/m) 0.13 2.14 4.48 9.7 19.77 4. squares and flats are available in a variety of steel grades and sizes as detailed as follows.85 10.981 1.7 39.18 1.57 2.49 5.3 18.4 25.1 17.57 1.3 16.91 12.

These include 10XX series grades up to 0.0 14. Rods Table 9 Sizes Available Diameter (mm) 5. AS 1444 and AS 1447 specifications.5 6.0 18. and selected grades from AS 1442. 51XX and 92XX series grades. 11XX.80% carbon.0 7 .5 7.0 HRSSPC V1.Table 8 Merchant Bar Sections .0 10.0 11. 12XX.0 9. 13XX.1 AS 1442 Merchant Quality Steels AS 1442 Free Cutting Steels AS 1442 Alloy Steels AS 1444 Spring Steels AS 1447 OneSteel Grades OneSteel Grades Available 300PLUS 350 U1008 U1010 1016 U1021 1022 1030 X1038 1040 1045 1055 1070 X1320 X1340 M1020 M1030 1137 1146 X1147 1214 5155 5160 9255 9261 XK5155S XK5160S XK9258S XK9261S U1004 1015 1082 X4K92M61S Rods Rods are available in a wide range of OneSteel grades.0 17.2 12.0 15.Regular Grades Steel Type Structural Steels Carbon and Carbon-Manganese Steels Standard OneSteel AS/NZS 3679.0 16. 15XX.0 8.5 13.

2 52.18 57900 53900 49900 43500 40300 35400 31700 15300 13900 12500 10400 9250 7610 6380 25600 23300 21100 17500 15700 13000 10900 28200 25800 23400 19800 17900 15000 12900 60.3 1710 1490 1020 602 2620 2300 1590 961 91.0 6.6 80.50 24400 21400 18600 15600 10 10 10 10 660 660 660 660 66. Flame cut surfaces not incorporated in welds have a minimum surface roughness of class 2.56 6.0 76. 3.7 61.72 7.ness ween Flanges ness tf tw dl HRSSPC V1.0 5.4 58.5 9740 7010 4870 2890 84100 73000 43400 21700 1000 WB 322 296 258 215 12400 11000 8930 6580 13600 12200 9960 7500 399 393 382 364 341 299 179 90.68 7.7 71. All welds to AS/NZS 1554.4 22000 16500 12100 9960 7230 5090 4310 280000 251000 221000 113000 98500 58700 28500 1200 WB 455 423 392 342 317 278 249 16400 14800 12300 9570 427 420 406 385 342 299 179 90.0 53.2 63.0 66.0 70.7 71.86 6.0 4. 2.63 7.00 7.1 71.0 66.00 6.4 41.06 6.0 70.80 6.00 6. About x-axis Torsion Constant About y-axis Zy Sy ry J Warping Constant lw 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 109mm6 515 508 500 488 479 464 449 834 750 667 342 299 179 87.86 6.0 73.0 60.93 6.30 6. Web to flange joints develop the minimum tensile strength of the web.0 66.5 4020 2690 1510 888 11500 7640 6030 4770 700 WB 173 150 130 115 ly Designation 8 .8 57.0 76.0 70.Welded Beams Table 10 Welded Beams — Dimensions and Properties Designation Flange Depth of Section d Width mm mm mm mm mm 1200 WB 455 423 392 342 317 278 249 1200 1192 1184 1184 1176 1170 1170 500 500 500 400 400 350 275 40 36 32 32 28 25 25 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 1120 70.0 70.0 3330 3000 2670 1710 1500 1020 633 5070 4570 4070 2630 2310 1600 1020 120 118 116 88.5 95.5 8870 6150 4020 2060 67900 58900 35000 17400 900 WB 282 257 218 175 2970 2480 2040 1570 7290 6140 5100 3970 8060 6840 5730 4550 349 341 331 317 126 86.76 7.20 35900 32700 27800 22300 5730 5050 4060 2960 10 10 10 10 760 760 760 760 76.0 60.0 70.18 5.0 60.9 63.68 5.0 70.3 89.1 51.7 706 521 417 334 1080 798 642 516 66.05 6.73 4.50 22000 19100 16600 14600 dl (bf-tw) tw 2tf Notes 1.0 1000 WB 322 296 258 215 1024 1016 1010 1000 400 400 350 300 32 28 25 20 16 16 16 16 960 960 960 960 900 WB 282 257 218 175 924 916 910 900 400 400 350 300 32 28 25 20 12 12 12 12 800 WB 192 168 146 122 816 810 800 792 300 275 275 250 28 25 20 16 700 WB 173 150 130 115 716 710 700 692 275 250 250 250 28 25 20 16 kg/m bf Web Depth Thick.7 840 631 505 334 1280 964 775 519 71.7 6.7 4420 2990 1670 921 19600 13400 10600 6280 800 WB 192 168 146 122 2060 1710 1400 1150 5760 4810 3990 3330 6390 5370 4490 3790 306 299 290 281 97.1 52.10 41000 37800 32900 27400 7480 6650 5430 4060 14600 13100 10700 8120 860 860 860 860 71.7 71.BetThick.7 69.1 Category SP (deep penetration).0 Gross Area Of CrossSection Ag lx Zx Sx rx mm2 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 6.1 65. as defined in WTIA Technical Note 5.0 76.6 86.4 56.1 41.1 1710 1490 1020 601 2590 2270 1560 931 97.

Welded Beams Table 11 Welded Beams — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation Yield Stress Flange fy MPa Web fy MPa 1200 WB 455 423 392 342 317 278 249 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 1000 WB 322 296 258 215 Form Factor About x-axis kf Compactness 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300PLUS* 0. S: Slender Section.791 0.791 0.760 0.830 0. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength (fu) is 430 MPa.800 0. For Grade 400 sections the tensile strength (fu) is 480 MPa.837 0.780 0.738 C C C C 900 WB 282 257 218 175 280 280 280 300 310 310 310 310 0.850 0.718 C C N N 8060 6840 5710 4530 C C C N 1260 946 757 498 360 360 380 380 400 400 400 400 0.733 0.811 0.828 0.773 0.830 0. 3.766 0.808 0.704 C C C C C C C C 13600 12200 9960 7500 C C C C 2560 2240 1530 901 360 360 360 380 400 400 400 400 0.2-400 N 28100 N 25700 N 23300 N 19600 N 17700 N 14900 N 12800 About y-axis Compactness Designation Zey 103mm3 C N N C N N C 5000 4500 3900 2560 2230 1530 949 1200 WB 455 423 392 342 317 278 249 16400 14800 12300 9570 C N N N 2560 2230 1530 887 1000 WB 322 296 258 215 N N N N 13500 12000 9840 7320 C N N N 2560 2220 1530 882 900 WB 282 257 218 175 0.760 0.783 0.833 0. C: Compact Section.799 0. 2.670 16400 14800 12300 9570 C C C C 2560 2240 1530 903 360 360 360 380 380 380 380 380 0.763 0.741 0.742 C C C C 6390 5370 4490 3790 C C C N 1060 782 626 486 700 WB 173 150 130 115 9 .701 C C C C C C C 28200 25800 23400 19800 17900 15000 12900 280 280 280 300 300 300 300 300 0.825 0.744 0.790 0.744 800 WB 192 168 146 122 280 280 300 300 310 310 310 310 700 WB 173 150 130 115 280 280 300 300 310 310 310 310 About y-axis Compactness Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis Zey 103mm3 Flange fy MPa Web fy MPa kf C C N C C C C 5000 4500 4000 2560 2240 1530 949 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 380 380 380 380 380 380 380 0.820 0.832 0.806 0.0 * 300PLUS welded sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.2-300.813 0.824 0.807 0.695 N N N N 7850 6640 5510 4340 C C N N 1260 946 754 486 800 WB 192 168 146 122 0.705 0.721 0.807 0.781 0. Notes 1.767 C C C C 6390 5370 4490 3790 C C C N 1060 782 626 498 360 360 380 380 400 400 400 400 Zex 103mm3 HRSSPC V1. Compactness Zex 103mm3 AS 3679.795 0.817 0.845 0. N: Non-compact Section.

50 12. 2.5 22.5 101 99.57 9.Welded Columns Table 12 Welded Columns — Dimensions and Properties Designation Depth of Section d Width kg/m mm mm mm mm mm 500 WC 440 414 383 340 290 267 228 480 480 472 514 506 500 490 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 40 40 36 32 28 25 20 40 32 32 25 20 20 20 400 400 400 450 450 450 450 10.4 96.0 10 .5 14.75 12.5 22.5 18.5 88.8 99.42 8.4 96.75 5.9 4.0 17.82 9.5 400 WC 361 328 303 270 212 181 144 430 430 422 414 400 390 382 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 40 40 36 32 25 20 16 40 28 28 25 20 20 16 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 WC 280 258 230 197 355 347 339 331 350 350 350 350 40 36 32 28 28 28 25 20 275 275 275 275 Flange bf Web Depth ThickBetThick.0 46000 41800 38600 34400 27000 23000 18400 1360 1320 1180 1030 776 620 486 6340 6140 5570 4950 3880 3180 2550 7460 7100 6420 5660 4360 3570 2830 172 178 175 173 169 164 163 429 427 385 342 267 214 171 2140 2140 1920 1710 1330 1070 854 3340 3270 2950 2610 2040 1640 1300 96.47 5. Web to flange joints develop the minimum tensile strength of a 16 mm web only. Flame cut surfaces not incorporated in welds have a minimum surface roughness of class 2 as defined in WTIA Technical Note 5.50 7.4 89.60 12.0 13.1 Category SP (deep penetration).60 9.6 88.0 56000 52800 48800 43200 37000 34000 29000 2150 2110 1890 2050 1750 1560 1260 8980 8800 7990 7980 6930 6250 5130 10400 10100 9130 8980 7700 6950 5710 196 200 197 218 218 214 208 835 834 751 667 584 521 417 3340 3340 3000 2670 2330 2080 1670 5160 5100 4600 4070 3540 3170 2540 122 126 124 124 126 124 120 30100 25400 19900 13100 8420 6370 3880 40400 40400 35700 38800 33300 29400 23000 500 WC 440 414 383 340 290 267 228 8.3 24800 19200 14800 10400 5060 3080 1580 16300 16200 14300 12500 9380 7310 5720 400 WC 361 328 303 270 212 181 144 9.3 16500 12700 8960 5750 7100 6230 5400 4600 350 WC 280 258 230 197 d1 (bf-tw) tw 2tf Notes 1.5 12.0 12.17 5. All welds to AS/NZS 1554.5 12.5 21.5 17.65 5.89 35700 32900 29300 25100 747 661 573 486 4210 3810 3380 2940 4940 4450 3910 3350 145 142 140 139 286 258 229 200 1640 1470 1310 1140 2500 2260 2000 1740 89.8 99.ness ween ness Flanges tf tw d1 Gross Area of CrossSection Ag Ix Zx Sx rx Iy Zy Sy ry J Warping Constant Iw mm2 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 109mm6 5.08 5.82 11.8 4.03 4.50 4.85 6.0 22. About x-axis About y-axis Torsion Constant Designation HRSSPC V1. 3.86 7.

00 0. Notes 1.00 1. 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 C C C C N N N 7470 7100 6420 5660 4360 3410 2590 C C C C N N N 3210 3200 2880 2560 2000 1510 1120 360 360 360 360 360 380 380 360 360 360 360 380 380 380 1.2-300.00 1.00 0. N: Non-compact Section.00 1.00 C C C C 4940 4450 3910 3350 C C C C 2450 2210 1960 1720 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 380 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. 2.964 C C C C N N S 7470 7100 6420 5660 4270 3330 2410 C C C C N N N 3210 3200 2880 2560 1950 1460 1070 400 WC 361 328 303 270 212 181 144 350 WC 280 258 230 197 280 280 280 280 280 280 280 300 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. C: Compact Section.Welded Columns Table 13 Welded Columns — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation Yield Stress Flange fy MPa Form Factor Web fy kf About x-axis Compactness Zex About y-axis Compactness 103mm3 MPa Yield Stress Zey Flange fy Form Factor Web fy 103mm3 MPa MPa kf About x-axis Compactness About y-axis Zex Compactness 103mm3 Designation Zey 3 10 mm3 500 WC 440 414 383 340 290 267 228 280 280 280 280 280 280 300 280 280 280 280 300 300 300 300PLUS* 1. HRSSPC V1.00 1. S: Slender Section.00 1.00 C C C C 4940 4450 3910 3350 C C C C 2450 2210 1960 1720 350 WC 280 258 230 197 C C C C N N N 10400 10100 9130 8980 7570 6700 5210 C C C C N N N 5010 5010 4510 4000 3410 2970 2200 360 360 360 360 360 360 380 360 360 360 360 380 380 380 1.00 1.00 1.0 11 .00 1.00 1. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 430 MPa.2-400 C 10400 C 10100 C 9130 N 8830 N 7410 N 6540 S 4860 C C C N N N N 5010 5010 4510 3920 3310 2860 2100 500 WC 440 414 383 340 290 267 228 * 300PLUS welded sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.00 1.00 1.00 400 WC 361 328 303 270 212 181 144 280 280 280 280 280 300 300 280 280 280 280 300 300 300 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. For Grade 400 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.00 1.964 AS 3679.

75 1.1 105 62.9 43.4 435 354 285 486 397 319 108 105 104 5.3 29.4 35.1 16.7 27.7 256 252 248 146 146 124 10.3 343 300 257 536 469 402 49.6 37.4 22.7 53.9 8.2 3.56 2.Universal Beams Table 14 Universal Beams — Dimensions and Properties Designation Depth of Section d Flange Width bf Web ThickThick.6 67.7 360 UB 56.8 10.0 4.8 61.82 7640 6890 216 188 1060 933 1200 1060 168 165 12.42 109 92.0 8.2 6.1 5.5 28.4 25.06 2.40 8.1 179 175 173 90 90 90 10.9 158 89.3 5.3 47.4 27.5 51.5 7.4 70.3 32.4 13.1 21.5 82.0 8.0 22.1 8.7 9.853 27.5 8.4 6.8 31.55 11800 10500 554 477 2080 1810 2370 2070 217 213 23.5 12.4 63.0 5.4 20.55 77.0 284 284 282 42.7 200 UB 29.4 46.86 3.6 14.3 31.4 82.2 9.20 5.0 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm 610 UB 125 113 101 612 607 602 229 228 228 19.8 281 232 208 160 316 260 231 180 87.66 117 88.71 6.0 155 150 75 75 9.3 18.0 88.3 12.0 11.3 34.3 14.6 11.24 7.34 16000 14500 13000 986 875 761 3230 2880 2530 3680 3290 2900 249 246 242 39.9 8.0 1.6 72.1 41.3 6.10 128 112 94.8 11.5 11.88 180 UB 22.0 7.8 20.4 32.6 45.2 40.7 8.ness ness tf tw Root Radius r1 Depth Between Flanges d1 d1 (bf-tw) tw 2tf Gross Area of CrossSection Ag Ix Zx Sx rx Iy Zy Sy ry J Warping Constant Iw mm2 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 109mm6 About x-axis About y-axis Torsion Constant Designation HRSSPC V1.6 17.8 10.8 32.0 14.4 428 428 428 43.15 9.7 250 UB 37.0 10.4 25.2 41.7 359 356 352 172 171 171 13.1 150 UB 18.7 45.8 41.3 4.05 6.5 33.9 13.79 8.0 6.0 234 234 232 36.7 31.0 7.1 74.5 1560 1140 790 3450 2980 2530 610 UB 125 113 101 530 UB 92.0 136 136 22.6 7.2 40.0 14.15 10500 9520 8580 372 335 296 1610 1460 1300 1840 1660 1480 188 188 186 18.1 16.2 20.3 135 115 209 179 39.0 7.4 32.4 381 381 48.3 18.2 65.0 38.4 11.46 7240 6470 5720 161 142 121 899 798 689 1010 897 777 149 148 146 11.2 26.65 7.2 41.6 14.31 6.53 150 UB 18.7 50.75 7.2 654 569 424 729 633 475 130 129 124 9.6 67.0 6.0 14.6 21.0 460 UB 82.0 5.1 5.2 180 UB 22.5 46.5 35.975 0.2 18.0 14.8 5.66 6.2 207 203 202 198 134 133 133 99 9.9 8.3 67.9 8.4 85.9 36.00 2300 1780 9.9 11.7 19.3 33.0 6.0 8.4 200 UB 29.6 60.47 2.6 337 234 467 394 410 UB 59.5 40.9 63.0 188 188 188 184 29.37 7.4 5.0 14.31 7.0 15.4 11.27 7.9 8.0 307 304 298 166 165 149 11.9 9.7 59.9 6.13 7.9 11.8 20.3 23.8 25.0 38.4 81.1 460 457 454 191 190 190 16.1 23.5 9.7 198 173 146 39.6 13.5 31.6 171 139 123 195 157 138 73.6 48.3 31.6 14.97 5930 5210 4080 100 86.6 29.1 10.9 159 159 159 26.7 6.2 28.14 6.9 12.1 50.2 10.65 4.54 6.8 17.5 195 175 153 303 271 238 42.8 775 526 1590 1330 530 UB 92.7 47.14 57.65 8.7 29.44 4750 4010 3270 55.9 7.5 37.2 8.4 82.4 11.0 6.3 85.5 197 165 92.11 2820 2300 2040 15.1 410 UB 59.22 0.8 25.2 701 530 378 919 815 708 460 UB 82.0 8.5 8.0 572 572 572 48.9 8.6 20.0 502 502 49.8 135 102 62.5 11.4 11.8 30.8 35.1 51.9 310 UB 46.1 74.1 10.8 50.6 16.66 4.0 25 12 .8 39.0 42.5 61.4 333 333 333 41.495 17.9 233 157 86.3 46.0 6.2 52.75 3820 3230 2870 2320 29.01 7.1 228 193 355 301 44.12 8.1 3.7 44.6 3.6 34.1 119 94.7 44.80 5.0 250 UB 37.60 8.1 0.3 6.1 6.7 406 403 178 178 12.8 7.6 8.6 72.7 310 UB 46.3 6.0 4.3 166 142 91.4 85.7 50.2 10.4 11.2 18.7 38.6 48.1 54.8 7.8 31.7 44.9 11.672 0.0 14.4 11.0 5.0 9.4 22.6 338 241 161 330 284 237 360 UB 56.4 6.7 53.0 533 528 209 209 15.0 38.5 8.63 5.2 63.3 37.6 38.6 44.1 16.

1 16.1 74.7 53. 3.8 25.0 250 UB 37.7 53.7 200 UB 29.6 67.00 C C 135 102 C C 26.0 C C C 1840 1660 1480 C C C 292 262 230 340 340 340 360 360 360 0.926 0.901 C C C 1840 1660 1480 C C C 292 262 230 460 UB 82.7 320 320 320 0.938 0.930 C C N 1010 897 770 C C N 193 168 140 340 340 360 360 360 360 0.7 50.991 0.943 0.7 300 300 320 310 UB 46.00 0.0 Zey Flange fy Web fy 103mm3 MPa MPa C C C 515 451 386 340 340 340 340 340 360 0.9 19.2 180 UB 22.898 C N N 729 629 462 C N N 163 138 85.918 0.7 320 320 320 320 320 320 1.1 320 320 320 320 320 320 1.7 360 360 360 360 360 360 1.8 25.974 0.1 16.970 C N N C 316 257 225 180 C N N C 86.7 310 UB 46.00 1.Universal Beams Table 15 Universal Beams — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis About y-axis Flange fy Web fy MPa MPa 610 UB 125 113 101 280 280 300 300 300 320 300PLUS* 0.913 C C 1200 1060 C C 203 173 340 360 360 360 0.972 0.911 C C N 1010 897 762 C C N 193 168 139 360 UB 56.880 C C 2370 2070 C C 342 289 530 UB 92.902 C C 460 UB 82.2 18.3 31.956 0. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.4 82.922 410 UB 59.1 74.00 1.891 0.916 0.7 44.3 18.00 1.7 44. S: Slender Section.1 0.952 0.867 AS 3679.4 25. N: Non-compact Section.5 28.3 34.00 1.915 C C N 729 633 467 C C N 163 139 86.932 C N C 486 392 319 C N C 116 90. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.1 150 UB 18.2 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 1.4 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 1.00 1.00 1.7 32.7 250 UB 37.928 0. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.00 1.4 22.4 32.0 59.948 0.990 C N N C 316 259 227 180 C N N C 86.949 C N C 486 395 319 C N C 116 91.5 28. 2.3 18.3 68.9 19.8 150 UB 18.9 340 360 360 360 360 360 0.1-350 C 3680 C 3290 C 2900 C C C 515 451 386 610 UB 125 113 101 2370 2070 C C 342 289 340 340 360 360 0.979 0.0 Compactness Compactness Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis About y-axis Designation HRSSPC V1.2 40. C: Compact Section.2 18.894 C N 1200 1050 C N 203 172 410 UB 59.00 C C C 195 157 138 C C C 40.8 60.00 1.1-300.888 C C C 3680 3290 2900 530 UB 92.00 0.00 0.4 34.936 0.4 360 360 360 360 360 360 1.2 40.4 25.7 50.926 0.991 0.0 14.950 0.4 61.1 300 300 300 320 320 320 0.963 0. Zey 103mm3 13 .7 300 320 320 320 360 UB 56.3 61.4 82.00 C C C 195 157 138 C C C 40.0 kf Zex 103mm3 * 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for these sections in 1994.4 200 UB 29.00 C C 135 102 C C 26.4 180 UB 22.7 300 320 320 320 320 320 0.00 0.6 67.4 22.0 300 300 320 320 0.00 1.0 320 320 320 320 1.00 1. kf Compactness Zex Compactness 103mm3 Notes 1.4 32.8 360 360 360 360 1.0 14.3 31.00 1.907 0.3 68.996 0.7 32.

98 91.1 1.5 8.6 14.7 13.10 8.7 15.4 150 UC 37.5 38.7 24.64 11400 9320 143 114 1100 897 1230 992 112 111 48.1 150 UC 37.5 72.91 6.1 7.1 23.2 30.9 78.4 162 158 152 154 153 152 11.01 5.80 7.6 12.2 24.5 34.0 7.3 199 174 151 303 264 230 51.0 23.90 7620 6660 5900 61.1 21.7 15.1 88.1 100 UC 14.5 52.9 8.9 8.5 22.5 26.2 38.5 65.2 17.6 197 109 50.1 36.62 3.6 30.2 30.Universal Columns Table 16 Universal Columns — Dimensions and Properties Designation Depth of Section d Width r1 Depth Between Flanges d1 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm 310 UC 158 137 118 96.7 3810 2520 1630 928 2860 2390 1980 1560 310 UC 158 137 118 96.0 5.84 8.2 8.9 807 691 588 478 1230 1050 893 725 78.7 51.5 11.4 11.0 225 225 200 UC 59.5 16.8 97 99 7.9 9.ness ness tf tw Root Radius Gross Area of CrossSection Ag Ix Zx Sx rx Iy Zy Sy ry J Warping Constant Iw mm2 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 109mm6 5.7 20.71 1890 3.9 584 512 451 656 570 500 89.9 2.0 21.8 6.9 139 139 139 17.34 7.5 16.3 11.79 10.2 7.0 22.5 76.8 45.5 1040 586 713 557 250 UC 89.5 51.0 250 UC 89.2 46.3 28.2 77.2 12.8 11.30 100 UC 14.2 39.7 89.6 6.4 11.4 17.6 74.89 9.3 52.0 83.3 14.5 16.4 15.4 67.4 10.9 35.0 16.7 18.4 139 112 80.89 7.0 73.0 477 325 228 195 166 142 200 UC 59.14 22.8 327 321 315 308 311 309 307 305 25.5 9.5 72.1 6.2 10.6 274 223 166 310 250 184 68.3 8.2 46.18 65.2 64.5 277 277 277 277 17.9 260 254 256 254 17.4 6.0 9.2 20.8 8.0 14 .2 72.6 6.8 378 306 575 463 65.0 Flange bf Web ThickThick.7 4730 3860 2980 22.2 210 206 203 205 204 203 14.0 14.4 52.8 d1 (bf-tw) tw 2tf About x-axis About y-axis Torsion Constant Designation HRSSPC V1.8 6.58 20100 17500 15000 12400 388 329 277 223 2370 2050 1760 1450 2680 2300 1960 1600 139 137 136 134 125 107 90.9 181 181 181 19.4 38.8 21.0 23.8 21.9 16.5 52.4 41.

kf Compactness About y-axis Zex Compactness Zey 103mm3 103mm3 AS 3679.5 52. 3.00 C N N 310 248 174 C N N 137 109 72.2 46.8 HRSSPC V1.0 23.4 100 UC 14.2 30.Universal Columns Table 17 Universal Columns — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis About y-axis Flange fy Web fy MPa MPa 310 UC 158 137 118 96.00 150 UC 37.9 C N N 656 569 490 C N N 299 260 219 200 UC 59.00 1.00 1.2 300 300 300 320 320 320 1.4 C 34.00 1.2 30.4 1. Notes 1. 2.00 1.00 C N 200 UC 59.9 280 300 320 320 1.5 340 360 360 360 360 360 1. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.00 C 74.00 1.00 1.00 C C C N 2680 2300 1960 1560 250 UC 89. C: Compact Section.0 15 .00 1.00 C 74.00 1.8 280 280 280 300 300 300 300 320 300PLUS* 1.00 1. N: Non-compact Section.4 C 34.00 C C N 310 250 176 C C N 137 110 73.00 1.2 1.5 52.00 1.00 C N C C N 656 570 494 C C N 299 260 223 340 340 340 360 360 360 1.4 360 360 kf Zex 103mm3 * 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for these sections in 1994.8 320 320 Compactness Compactness Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis Zey Flange fy Web fy 103mm3 MPa MPa C C C N 1210 1040 882 694 340 340 340 340 340 340 340 360 1.8 1230 977 C N 567 448 250 UC 89.3 150 UC 37.00 1.1-300. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.5 72.2 46.5 72.00 1.0 23.00 C C N N 1230 986 C N 567 454 340 340 360 360 1.4 300 320 320 320 320 320 100 UC 14.1-350 2680 2300 1950 1550 Designation C C N N 1210 1040 878 684 310 UC 158 137 118 96. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.00 1. S: Slender Section.00 1.00 1.00 1.

3 C 34.3 34. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.53 17.1 About y-axis Compactness C C Designation Zey 103mm3 15.00 C C Zex 103mm3 80.9 0.0 108 88 d1 (bf-tw) tw 2tf 21.0 7.31 Torsion Warp. S: Slender Section.00 1.14 0.6 22.53 3.0795 10.6 1.0 8.00 14.30 Yield Stress Flange fy MPa 360 360 Form Factor Web fy MPa kf 360 360 1.4 3. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.2 6.0 4.1-300 Notes 1.0 Gross Area of Cross Section Ag 3.0 8.ness tion ness tf tw d bf Radii Root Toe r1 r2 Depth Between Flanges d1 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 13. 2.176 125 TFB 100 TFB Table 19 Taper Flange Beams — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation 125 TFB 100 TFB Yield Stress Flange fy MPa Web fy MPa 320 320 320 320 Form Factor kf About x-axis Compactness 300PLUS* 1. Zey 103mm3 15.2 9.0 5.1 7.6 5.1-350 C 80.34 1.0 45.46 69.00 About x-axis Compactness Zex 103mm3 AS 3679.6 5.Tapered Flange Beams Table 18 Tapered Flange Beams — Dimensions and Properties Designation 125 TFB 100 TFB Mass per metre Depth Flange Web of ThickSec.30 125 TFB 100 TFB HRSSPC V1.Width Thick.2 80.2 11.1 About y-axis Compactness C C *300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for these sections in 1997. 3. C: Compact Section.20 125 100 65.3 34.00 1.337 0.1 rx mm Iy 6 10 mm4 Zy 3 10 mm3 Sy 3 10 mm3 mm 50.0 16 .Designation Coning stant Constant J Iw ry 103mm4 109mm6 40.9 39.0 3.42 About x-axis About y-axis mm2 Ix 6 10 mm4 Zx 3 10 mm3 Sx 3 10 mm3 1670 917 4.0 4.5 6. N: Non-compact Section.4 29.

64 0.13 27.3 51.8 19.0 33.00 1.0 40.8 40.0 6.ness ween tion ness Flanges d tf bf tw r1 d1 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm d1 (bf-tw) tw tf 55.0 11.6 16.3 21.6 62.31 5.00 1.7 56.4 28.00 About y-axis * 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for these sections in 1994.2 40.0 45.0 9.3 26.2 152 72.0 6.00 1.00 1.6 22.7 50.8 23.0 6.0 14.48 4.5 16.9 17.0 6.4 49.8 46.8 51.9 91.0 15.00 1.7 15.7 4.106 380 PFC 300 PFC 250 PFC 230 PFC 200 PFC 180 PFC 150 PFC 125 PFC 100 PFC 75 PFC Table 21 Parallel Flange Channels — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation HRSSPC V1.5 22.56 Torsion Constant 236 148 127 77.94 380 300 250 230 200 180 150 125 100 75 100 90 90 75 75 75 75 65 50 40 17.5 22.4 30.1 28.1 8.9 12.0 12.84 134 96.4 About y-axis 89.3 21.90 34.47 5.0 10.1 44.5 6.00 AS 3679.65 1.5 22.00 1.Width Thick.1 58.1 13.5 50.5 7.01 4.0 50.0 12.1 40.0 8.8 16.1 46.6 7.7 29.1 6.82 4.29 0.6 472 290 238 108 101 81.0 40.04 3.5 31.9 8.84 1.1-300.7 18.9 25.267 0.0 58.4 80.8 23.Designation ing Constant Iw 109mm6 151 58.1 22.8 67.6 44.2 84.7 6.9 60.5 44.7 56.683 798 483 361 233 191 157 111 63.0 8.8 15.00 1.4 59.0 27.8 14.9 38.5 46.4 49.0 380 PFC 300 PFC 250 PFC 230 PFC 200 PFC 180 PFC 150 PFC 125 PFC 100 PFC 75 PFC Yield Stress Flange fy Web fy MPa MPa 280 300 300 300 300 300 320 320 320 320 300PLUS* 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 Form Factor About x-axis kf Zex Load A Zey Load B Zey Flange fy Web fy 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 MPa MPa 946 564 421 271 221 182 129 72.2 35.0 6.Radius Betmetre Sec.5 6.64 1.6 32.CoordiAbout x-axis Area of nate of nate of Cross.2 16.5 5.6 24.04 6.1 44.00 1.3 21.5 51.4 24.00 1.20 Warp. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.2 8.6 30.74 0. 2.1 38.76 1.4 23.5 12.4 54.8 23.5 27.1-350 946 564 421 271 221 182 129 72.9 42.71 161 117 107 61.84 340 340 340 340 340 340 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 1.2 3.7 45.4 45.9 53.8 38.0 10.00 1.4 About y-axis Designation 380 PFC 300 PFC 250 PFC 230 PFC 200 PFC 180 PFC 150 PFC 125 PFC 100 PFC 75 PFC 17 .4 64.00 1.4 8.0 8.00 1.71 5.0 12.5 33.6 89.3 21.1 10.9 15.9 20.3 88.4 20.84 134 96.7 13.2 28. Notes 1.7 44.0 8.9 72.CenShear Section troid Centre Ag xL xo Ix Zx Sx mm2 mm mm 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 rx mm Iy ZyR ZyL Sy 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 ry mm J 103mm4 7030 5110 4520 3200 2920 2660 2250 1520 1060 754 147 119 99.1 26.00 1.14 5.00 1.0 12.75 6. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.0 12.Parallel Flange Channels Table 20 Parallel Flange Channels — Dimensions and Properties Designation 380 PFC 300 PFC 250 PFC 230 PFC 200 PFC 180 PFC 150 PFC 125 PFC 100 PFC 75 PFC Mass Depth Flange Web Root Depth per of Thick.2 946 564 421 271 221 182 129 73. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.9 27.1 35.00 1.0 8.3 33.7 11.0 4.8 12.120 30.6 89.0 50.5 34.8 12.27 7.8 38.5 25.8 61.0 6.51 1.0 345 268 220 206 176 158 131 110 86.7 29.2 14.8 Gross Coordi.5 27.9 20.00 1.5 24.26 8.9 21.424 0.13 5.2 8.1 14.4 115 82.9 23.0 12.00 1.0 8.59 1.00 1.658 0.8 12.5 23.84 5. Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis kf Zex Load A Zey Load B Zey 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 104 77.34 3.5 22.0 6.97 1.

00 1.8 280 300 300 280 300 300 300PLUS* 1.3 19000 14000 10100 330 236 165 2080 1530 1100 2370 1720 1220 132 130 128 109 76.6 406 635 53.1-350 C 2370 N 1660 N 1110 C Designation 1340 103mm3 C N N 1040 708 450 310 UBP 149 110 78.1-300.1 16.4 11.9 72.5 277 277 277 13. S: Slender Section.20 Flange Web Thickness Radius Root Gross Section Area About x-axis About y-axis Torsion Constant Ag Ix Zx Sx rx Iy Zy Sy ry J WarpIng Constant Iw mm2 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 109mm6 7.00 *300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679. 2. 4.5 16.00 C N N 2370 1680 1130 C N N 200 UBP 122 280 280 1.8 C 609 200 UBP 122 18 . For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.1 24. Form Factor For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.00 1. 3.Universal Bearing Piles (refer Note 4) Table 22 Universal Bearing Piles — Dimensions and Properties Designation Depth of Section d Width bf Thickness tf tw r1 Depth Between Flanges d1 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm 310 UBP 149 110 78. N: Non-compact Section.90 15600 129 1120 1340 91. These sections are generally not stocked and are available for project orders only subject to enquiry from your nearest OneSteel Sales Office. C: Compact Section.5 2970 1240 484 2410 1640 1100 310 UBP 149 110 78.1 20.5 16.8 318 308 299 316 311 306 20.5 3540 469 200 UBP 122 d1 (bf-tw) tw 2tf Designation Table 23 Universal Bearing Piles — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation Yield Stress Form Factor About x-axis About y-axis Flange fy Web fy MPa MPa 310 UBP 149 110 78.00 1.14 9.57 13.5 15.0 44.00 1.6 15. Notes HRSSPC V1.00 609 340 340 1.0 1.0 25.9 200 UBP 122 230 220 25.8 3.8 73.4 180 7.6 53. About x-axis About y-axis Compactness kf Compactness Zex Zey 103mm3 AS 3679.00 C 1340 C Compactness kf Yield Stress Compactness Zex 103mm3 Zey Flange fy Web fy 103mm3 MPa MPa 1040 718 460 340 340 340 340 340 340 1.3 11.0 11.1 691 494 347 1070 759 530 75.5 18.

00 10.122 0.71 6.0 3.2 17.33 1.3 39.0173 0.17 11.2 18.2 20.0 5.0 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA Gross Area of CrossSection Radii Actual Thickness Mass per metre t 6.2 55.0 9.3 22.99 8.00573 0.2 74.90 8.0 17.685 643 511 464 417 344 265 225 175 141 153 120 96.8 37.0 6.63 1.65 1.0142 0.7 47.0 38.0121 141 141 141 141 141 106 106 106 106 88.6 31.0 46.2 15.8 24.0 8.5 23.0 9.14 2.3 21.7 19.4 35.4 35.93 3.3 57.7 14.0210 0.5 60.22 10.76 8.8 9.9 56.3 4.0 5.0 5.56 5.71 7.9 17.03 1.7 47.7 17.3 31.0 3.66 3.0316 0.06 2.5 24.4 70.0 13.89 8.3 28.0 3.0 5.2 77.4 27.8 6.4 46.0 5.5 36.30 8.32 2.2 26.1 29.3 57.5 13.59 1.0 16.0 5.00319 73.0 5.83 13.53 11.12 26.8 9.6 16.7 70.04 1.8 35.3 12.6 3.5 14.02 2.3 21.1 50.60 3.8 12.5 21.0 24.3 10.7 13.0 5.6 91.183 0.1 16.278 0.6 20.0801 0.35 2.6 6.8 6.0 5.43 6.68 4.6 3.91 3.790 0.0 24.02 7.33 y1= pB pT Ix y4 Zx4 Sx rx Iy x3 Zy3 x5 mm2 mm mm 106mm4 mm 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 mm 103mm3 mm 141 143 144 145 146 106 107 108 109 88.1 35.00 4.76 3.2 21.0 28.6 19.27 1.00839 0.3 29.31 1.9 10.2 21.373 59.73 6.49 1.0 5.0 5.8 45.2 27.22 14.0 3.3 34.8 17.7 12.87 6.65 1.799 0.0 5.0 5.849 0.0 3.0 8.71 3.99 Zy5 Sy 103mm3 103mm3 178 147 136 124 105 73.71 15.163 0.78 14.7 61.0 4.993 0.0 3.5 64.7 25.8 9.16 5.4 26.3 21.79 2.49 11.500 0.6 12.0 5.0 5.220 0.8 11.0265 0.4 17.8 28.8 12.0 17.53 2.0209 0.55 3.7 17.5 26.7 10.862 1.61 12.5 73.6 79.0 6.0 18.5 36.8 31.2 14.6 7.97 8.5 20.6 32.8 15.6 13.82 5.0 8.75 7.7 28.1 8.7 53.4 33.4 35.0 6.7 41.8 25.48 2.8 17.0 13.0383 0.2 35.1 13.5 8.9 10.669 0.44 4.0 65.6 31.4 88.65 2.6 19.0 8.06 2.3 39.0 5.4 18.5 46.0 8.2 15.76 4.3 53.1 20.5 10.0 5.7 18.4 34.6 3.0 13.0107 0.913 0.89 8.4 88.0 4.29 2.8 60.6 95.1 22.72 5.87 15.84 3.9 13.8 71.4 34.3 48.7 9.5 26.6 15.6 17.4 23.5 28.5 55.2 30.61 3.1 11.0 53.0 9.8 10.0 9.7 10.41 5.4 6.0 5.2 89.9 30.8 6.471 0.55 3.5 7.7 25.5 7.0 15.8 58.73 4.0 5.5 10.9 35.5 19.8 31.0 6.9 54.00 5.8 35.7 402 323 295 266 221 166 142 112 90.4 88.83 1.62 9.3 39.8 9.73 1.0 3.0 13.0 12.02 0.2 77.50 2.38 1.8 11.2 57.4 48.9 78.71 8.85 7.56 202 162 149 135 112 83.0 5.58 1.695 0.8 19.0 6.71 9.75 4.5 29.0 53.37 4.0 21.4 39.0 9.91 9.00 3.14 5.84 7.0 3.7 16.7 48.9 40.3 21.79 4.73 2250 1060 778 554 304 657 386 174 88.7 14.0 5.61 2.605 3.3 20.91 1.3 71.1 43.66 7.0723 0.7 11.0 39.Equal Angles Designation Leg-size Nominal Thickness Table 24 Equal Angles — x-axis and y-axis — Dimensions and Properties Root Toe t r1 r2 kg/m mm mm mm 76.95 2.0 3.2 13.2 64.3 39.78 1.09 7.6 19.4 58.237 0.7 70.33 9.0 18.69 2.0 14.0424 0.6 29.99 7.97 3.1 27.0387 0.0 3.857 0.25 6.0 4.6 53.7 54.0 8.6 9.371 0.32 4.28 35.2 11.2 35.81 5.45 1.17 0.0 19.1 20.0 46.7 26.6 8.1 25.0 42.8 15.9 23.28 7.8 80.282 0.0 19.0 10.94 3.62 7.5 38.0 3.537 0.96 0.7 10.0 8.4 76.43 7.4 35.2 13.50 8.5 14.93 0.0 3.6 39.62 11.2 32.2 10.8 14.5 40.0959 0.0 5.7 32.9 11.117 0.1 15.44 5.5 16.5 24.0 4.0 46.0 5.589 0.73 1.0 3.4 44.0571 0.0 10.0 24.8 12.5 21.53 8.01 6.57 6.6 16.0675 0.0 3.515 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 19 .68 1.93 3.330 0.60 2.6 8.1 36.26 4.5 7.51 5.8 15.21 1.6 38.67 7.7 37.2 5.49 1.8 31.5 10.0 9.4 45.00600 0.01 1.2 12.6 63.8 58.15 1.9 9.0545 0.67 2.1 30.4 25.8 14.5 34.0 (b1-t) b1 x b1 mm mm mm HRSSPC V1.8 71.8 9.1 54.8 72.66 0.110 0.7 29.7 53.0289 0.83 3.0 18.0 10.6 51.253 0.40 1.75 2.6 77.7 12.66 2.8 6.0 3.3 14.5 13.2 19.4 54.3 70.6 62.0 5.9 11.7 18.6 14.2 39.92 5.5 16.9 313 141 71.0 15.89 9.39 1.0 77.33 9.8 49.99 2.9 38.78 9.0 5.13 76.0 3.70 12.4 48.9 19.2 15.9 38.8 27.2 7.3 42.4 29.7 41.660 0.3 72.513 0.2 8.0 25.17 4.0 41.60 5.0 16.583 ry J mm 103mm4 39.33 9.0 53.0 28.07 9.0 5.0 4.4 28.7 48.0218 0.2 31.1 17.0 6.07 Designation Zx1= Ag 9780 7660 6930 6200 5090 5360 4520 3480 2790 3710 2870 2300 1900 2260 1810 1500 1170 1620 1350 1050 1340 1110 867 672 1150 957 748 581 628 489 723 568 443 295 506 394 263 446 348 233 326 256 173 266 210 143 Torsion Constant About y-axis About x-axis Coordinate of Centroid nR= nL= 83.5 80.5 14.8 35.3 17.55 1.3 17.0997 0.1 11.6 17.6 3.08 7.0 6.3 20.72 4.31 3.5 8.0 6.1 45.428 0.6 3.3 52.3 5.5 7.6 72.147 0.69 5.5 19.56 2.03 1.6 16.3 8.2 15.36 7.4 31.48 3.93 1.00469 0.563 0.554 0.7 63.07 0.84 5.785 4.187 0.0 18.5 28.0 28.2 38.9 19.0 18.7 40.8 12.8 25.6 90.28 1.19 0.0 21.0 7.7 47.0 6.06 3.2 44.47 10.3 48.5 18.0 13.6 63.8 12.4 8.0 13.3 13.22 6.0 5.8 50.7 11.87 4.41 7.2 17.6 10.29 0.73 8.83 2.5 15.9 37.7 23.8 39.5 19.6 20.0 56.0 6.319 329 260 236 212 176 135 115 89.9 56.6 38.0 8.27 9.7 24.5 15.98 0.0 5.42 12.205 0.48 2.0790 0.0 3.0 31.6 17.0 15.146 0.0 12.0 4.0 11.8 25.5 12.0 46.1 34.9 12.7 57.61 8.2 8.24 2.488 0.16 1.0 8.10 2.3 65.0 6.2 17.4 24.7 19.0 3.154 0.0 3.0 5.08 0.6 26.7 70.6 20.1 23.7 11.3 17.1 11.0 10.4 44.16 12.0 8.0 6.722 0.1 23.83 1.9 72.2 52.69 9.01 2.0 22.5 14.40 1.0 5.0 3.3 15.9 29.0 6.0 17.0 20.75 7.3 40.5 20.8 17.0 4.7 15.0 3.8 34.86 1.4 50.7 31.0 4.9 38.0 21.8 25.08 1.0 5.9 29.5 7.72 5.8 60.7 14.4 75.53 3.7 17.18 3.5 21.2 43.7 24.0 6.75 4.56 4.8 18.6 110 56.0 5.8 10.30 7.7 44.3 33.90 7.0 5.0 8.0 11.0 46.0 53.08 4.55 2.15 5.4 35.6 60.0 5.5 26.4 41.9 72.875 5.4 31.46 5.0 8.0 40.0 18.0 9.66 9.0 5.0206 0.8 6.21 3.0 5.5 10.6 15.980 0.0303 0.7 11.0 5.0 19.82 4.93 11.0536 0.8 29.73 3.26 0.458 0.0 18.0 5.46 3.9 54.9 31.70 2.44 1.419 0.9 36.7 8.0 6.63 0.0 28.93 1.11 4.52 9.8 6.20 1.7 14.59 3.06 3.8 24.582 0.8 35.691 0.1 48.72 8.3 28.2 28.5 78.0 3.9 46.4 14.7 6.

8 20.4 12.6 11.23 1.00 1.00 0.5 25. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength(fu) is 440 MPa.7 267 220 204 186 158 110 96.927 1.60 3.00 1.4 10.00 1.00 1.39 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.84 3.00 1.88 10.98 4.33 1.47 1.4 18.32 3.00 1.8 20.642 0.1 13.00 1.0 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 280 280 280 300 300 280 300 300 320 300 300 320 320 1.6 62.00 1.69 6.50 1.990 0.54 2.47 1.7 43.00 1.03 31.82 6.00 1.00 1.00 1.07 5.19 0.8 14.943 602 479 427 369 285 248 212 155 114 143 110 83.07 5.6 10.769 0.48 1.7 8.642 0.00 1.75 4.06 2.59 6.4 42.4 14.00 1.00 1.9 55.82 9.0 44.1 29.78 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.93 1.71 3.4 13.44 1.00 1.00 0.69 6.00 1.00 1.55 2.6 11.66 7.00 1.3 30.90 8.642 0.94 4.4 49.00 1.00 1.858 1.5 8.90 3. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.00 1.6 11.00 1.92 3.5 10.8 22.4 13.9 30.00 1.3 267 218 196 172 136 110 95.714 0.22 2.90 8.00 1.6 11.4 50.4 20.990 0.990 0.92 3.32 3.00 1.5 19.3 78.00 1.00 1.92 3.0 25.00 1.00 1.5 25.29 4.00 1.71 3.52 1.33 1.4 18.9 63.82 9.6 17.8 340 340 340 340 340 340 340 340 360 340 340 360 360 1.00 1.1 64.00 1.479 340 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 1.1-300.40 1.00 1.479 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA * 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for 125x125x8 equal angles and larger in 1994.732 0.479 31.958 1.769 0.00 69.856 1.00 1.19 0.1 64.1 25.00 1.59 6.00 1.907 1. 2.1 22.954 1.50 3.25 2.00 1.71 3.00 1.1 26.8 14.90 8. Notes 1.06 2.90 8.64 4.1 43.25 1.88 5.7 13.19 0.29 4.3 54.6 17.769 0.00 0.3 38.1 26.00 1.05 4.59 2.71 6.74 2.9 63.00 0.00 0.86 3.2 22.22 2.00 0.00 0.00 1.8 9.00 0.2 14.93 1.70 4.3 78.4 16.00 0.9 30.52 2.1 20.66 7. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.479 31.76 5.4 18.00 69.00 1.98 4.33 1.47 1.7 267 214 192 169 132 110 94.5 35.19 0.1 24.00 1.78 1.906 1.59 7.30 9.4 13.86 3.5 7.78 3.00 1.06 2.1 20.906 1.88 5.32 3.00 1.892 602 469 417 362 278 248 209 152 111 143 109 81.00 1.1 63.00 1.5 19.22 2.7 7.66 4.9 53.59 7.00 1.00 0.8 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 300 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 320 1.7 10.00 1.5 63.74 2.08 1.40 1.0 14. 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for 100x100x12 equal angles and smaller in 1997.1-350 HRSSPC V1.9 54.19 5.5 70.4 12.7 12.1 18.81 2.0 36.47 9.2 20.7 72.1 16.00 0.23 1.1 36.03 31.954 1.00 1.33 1.9 45.4 51.92 3.03 1.876 1.00 1.769 0.00 0.6 38.Equal Angles Designation mm mm mm Table 25 Equal Angles — x-axis and y-axis — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Yield Stress Form Factor fy kf MPa About x-axis About y-axis Yield Stress Form Factor fy kf Load A or C Zex Load B Zey Load D Zey 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 MPa About x-axis About y-axis Load A or C Zex Load B Zey Load D Zey 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 300PLUS* Designation AS 3679.2 14.92 1.732 0.7 30.81 2.52 1.12 5.00 1.956 1.93 1.7 43.23 1.71 3.70 6.00 1.75 4. 20 .00 1.00 1.00 1.705 0.8 9.00 1.990 0.1 22.1 36.75 10.4 25.9 267 220 204 186 158 110 96.85 6.6 8.00 0.2 64.4 51.9 30.00 1.642 0.85 3.06 2.7 8.

61 3.234 0.5 26.3 46.9 20.139 0.71 8.604 -0.8 15.7 22.5 61.2 64.4 19.46 6.7 53.48 4.07 6.3 23.0631 0.0 12.371 0.3 12.9 255 201 183 164 135 105 88.69 -1.4 54.437 0.56 -3.34 8.6 -6.5 13.90 7.0 56.3 38.6 13.0 21.8 10.661 -0.00 -0.3 33.0 24.2 13.6 22.0922 0.1 51.6 30.3 17.24 4.268 -0.0344 0.3 29.0756 -0.75 7.36 5.6 15.7 68.0 18.1 45.23 7.5 55.4 56.129 0.5 10.5 36.48 -2.0 11.0201 -0.4 45.5 73.1 36.0138 0.39 3.99 8.1 17.17 2.7 17.951 0.63 5.22 1.8 55.1 60.475 -0.2 44.0 22.51 2.19 3.4 84.22 1.3 22.04 5.8 72.7 12.8 30.0296 -0.5 13.0 28.7 16.426 460 363 330 296 243 189 160 124 99.0366 -0.9 13.1 15.0 27.11 6.9 109 85.28 7.9 -15.00765 59.5 19.46 5.34 4.3 12.0 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA About n-axis and p-axis In = Ip nL=pB 106mm4 mm 35.0498 0.3 19.2 39.7 41.0694 0.00750 -0.254 -0.8 46.83 8.93 7.7 22.2 20.63 1.7 15.7 54.9 -16.338 -0.9 35.0 -11.77 4.7 16.9 23.11 -2.0538 -0.86 2.2 89.48 7.0602 -0.12 3.8 26.8 28.8 25.9 71.0432 -0.7 32.16 2.4 27.0405 -0.44 9.12 10.218 -0.9 38.5 40.00632 -0.3 30.24 2.8 31.6 91.7 12.07 ZnB=ZpL 103mm3 605 505 467 427 363 250 220 180 149 144 119 99.3 65.25 6.53 8.35 6.3 47.7 19.5 -14.2 43.8 9.2 31.28 1.3 17.1 9.9 15.2 15.0 28.32 4.5 8.46 3.9 15.1 9.42 1.6 37.3 11.0 19.0135 0.02 0.3 40.575 0.0292 -0.638 0.5 19.64 2.1 16.19 2.0 27.160 0.0140 -0.21 3.0734 0.0 37.6 27.94 4.76 1.399 -0.2 15.0 65.91 2.38 6.2 60.5 21.9 22.5 29.48 -5.0110 0.4 14.58 -4.8 14.0 21.18 1.6 15.8 71.805 0.3 13.7 19.8 17.8 62.26 1.681 0.7 22.138 -0.6 19.9 33.7 47.4 33.807 0.42 2.208 -0.3 61.76 4.6 38.0814 -0.70 1.66 1.0505 0.8 35.97 8.0116 -0.0200 0.4 28.59 2.2 8.6 16.62 8.7 27.00804 -0.635 0.08 Sn=Sp rn=rp Product of 2nd Moment of Area Inp mm 103mm3 103mm3 mm 106mm4 141 143 144 145 146 106 107 108 109 88.6 11.4 23.3 39.4 46.8 31.2 45.40 -3.3 70.19 0.22 -1.8 31.2 14.455 0.85 1.89 2.8 34.3 57.355 0.9 12.0247 0.93 5.802 nR=pT ZnT=ZpR 60.33 -20.00446 Designation 200 x 200 x 26 EA 20 EA 18 EA 16 EA 13 EA 150 x 150 x 19 EA 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 125 x 125 x 16 EA 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 100 x 100 x 12 EA 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 90 x 90 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 75 x 75 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 65 x 65 x 10 EA 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 55 x 55 x 6 EA 5 EA 50 x 50 x 8 EA 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 45 x 45 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 40 x 40 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 30 x 30 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 25 x 25 x 6 EA 5 EA 3 EA 21 .0 46.2 28.2 11.7 11.2 42.5 36.3 20.175 -0.8 53.6 90.8 35.30 4.30 8.13 7.0 41.08 1.7 8.0 12.4 34.8 34.5 61.3 18.21 0.3 23.18 1.5 8.2 55.2 27.42 1.14 5.8 11.2 13.175 0.103 0.716 -0.77 1.12 1.842 -0.02 -1.7 25.103 -0.7 29.49 1.296 0.6 19.0 53.22 1.0 68.8 47.Equal Angles Table 26 Equal Angles — n-axis and p-axis — Properties Designation mm mm mm HRSSPC V1.0928 -0.9 19.

575 0.40 7.2 34.7 12.8 59.8 0.3 19.265 21.441 150 x 100 x 12 UA 10 UA 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 27.2 49.93 17.5 3.8 15.356 0.9 21.0 38.62 11.0 5.6 23.5 9.5 17.5 34.1 70.5 10.9 7.7 53.80 99.8 31.0 5.2 13.9 70.2 20.9 19.89 69.7 70.5 20.5 0.0 7.546 0.0 9.0 36.1 17.7 22.1 110 16.2 22.33 3.93 10.8 44.9 122 6.0 32.10 34.8 52.0 15.0743 15.5 7.3 10.3 9.09 26.88 8.20 7.0 11.435 0.1 39.4 0.53 6.9 0.8 6.00 23.9 4.35 11.0 4.1 0.9 29.4 42.7 18.8 4.8 40.106 14.70 6.1 20.1 35.8 10.0 9.6 0.1 3.8 16.2 103 59.6 48.6 18.5 88.5 12.5 3550 2750 2200 1820 52.8 0.8 42.7 21.8 9.1 53.3 24.9 58.0 0.0 4.33 5.8 11.46 20.0 49.1 22.5 0.6 42.337 21.1 24.570 0.1 9.0 23.0 1.0 14.4 11.4 71.91 23.5 40.8 12.2 9.5 75.1 20.0 8.Unequal Angles Table 27 Unequal Angles — x-axis and y-axis — Dimensions and Properties Designation Leg-size b 1 x b2 mm mm Mass Actual Radial Per ThickNormal m ness Root Toe Thick(b1-t) (b2-t) ness t r1 r2 t t mm kg/m mm mm 150 x 100 x 12 UA 22.4 36.2 19.53 2870 2300 49.6 6.1 51.5 12.91 22.0 21.399 0.364 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 125 x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 17.9 37.0 14.7 80.8 16.4 23.585 0.83 7.2 84.2 21.5 2260 1810 1500 1170 43.7 17.3 29.0 8.0 Gross Area of Cross section Coordinate of Centrod About X-axis About y-axis Ag pB nL mm mm2 mm mm 106mm4 mm 103mm3 mm 103mm3 mm 103mm3 103mm3 mm 5.5 7.49 11.85 4.3 80.0 14.0 18.4 4.29 12.7 141 1.32 1.5 136 19.0 8.430 0.17 37.32 0.1 30.26 31.49 10.6 12.4 0.2 4.3 8.4 36.8 71.87 921 721 560 25.8 1.9 94.0 10.5 34.4 12.4 18.5 37.3 58.48 36.5 7.0 22 .0 28.5 17.66 5 UA 4.8 9.9 40.267 45.3 23.5 13.2 15.47 31.3 99.7 19.9 43.50 20.4 14.1 42.9 16.3 54.87 0.16 5 UA 4.11 21.4 17.0 30.3 300 19.11 Ix y1 Zx1 y4 Zx4 y5 102 73.59 69.0 10 UA 18.4 8 UA 10.468 51.0 19.7 35.04 6.66 10.7 16.5 12.1 4.37 36.50 8.0 11.9 40.5 41.7 0.5 42.97 100 69.5 1580 1310 1020 31.6 8.360 0.0 32.8 84.7 15.9 3.5 10.1 11.9 2.4 19.47 10.5 7.0 5.847 0.5 11.27 30.0 6.4 9.2 56.8 9.6 1.315 19.8 18.1 50.41 3.0 13.8 5.0 9.0 5.2 83.1 4.46 26.4 65.89 35.1 9.2 7.3 7.0 25.401 22.1 48.7 0.5 20.8 8.8 25.41 3.437 75 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6.7 26.2 27.6 18.8 6.0 20.0 33.2 87.6 26.0936 15.23 6 UA 5.2 7.438 0.0 38.9 0.73 101 46.6 40.710 24.6 6.9 30.364 125 x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 1.7 39.0666 13.6 6.2 5.6 Iy x2 Zy2 x3 Zy3 Torsin Constant x5 Zy5 Sy ry Tan Alpha Designation J 106mm4 mm 103mm3 mm 103mm3 mm 103mm3 103mm3 mm 103mm4 1.2 16.0842 13.0 5.7 29.0 9.5 12.6 12.2 16.586 50.7 21.1 14.0 17.2 12.33 3.3 41.9 81.35 27.75 13.8 6.2 12.2 0.5 51.0 15.8 171 120 50.0 6.6 17.3 42.0 8.8 5.8 64.4 5.89 5.5 21.4 22.4 71.9 15.7 59.0 5.66 101 56.5 65.5 34.2 55.476 0.9 3.2 102 51.370 51.8 35.0 50.360 0.9 54.4 32.4 9.6 22.8 21.338 45.7 11.5 20.0 19.9 41.0 5.59 6 UA 5.01 21.19 10.0 11.7 34.4 54.5 74.55 7.2 18.6 7.2 36.0 10.32 5.7 3.5 36.25 69.9 0.8 14.2 9.17 26.8 15.6 101 46.1 51.6 2.48 5.5 16.3 41.2 30.0 29.0 5.3 11.3 31.7 4.0 3.0 8.9 24.363 0.8 13.7 120 80.2 32.6 26.4 3.02 7.6 69.6 36.15 37.3 25.9 54.0 23.16 6.0 7.20 2.68 2.0 3.3 7.09 10.7 17.6 41.7 17.2 24.5 37.5 0.03 26.8 10.8 42.2 18.6 50.0587 14.6 Zx5 213 177 Sx rx 127 51.4 16.9 45.551 100 x 75 x 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 75 x 50 x 8 UA 7.7 16.5 210 154 49.6 8.3 6 UA 7.3 10.1 35.8 24.0 8.0 27.8 0.9 50.0 3.3 9.51 6.7 47.48 10.0 7.6 113 81.91 3.0 32.89 8.25 6.42 12.2 31.98 9.4 22.8 3.8 0.3 97.4 15.0 0.4 141 96.6 33.353 0.3 4.0 8.6 2.92 22.21 11.0 5.18 20.9 9.5 53.1 83.8 16.6 11.5 18.1 0.421 44.2 9.7 24.0 38.33 5.8 7.549 0.5 19.0 8.4 41.4 41.62 5.9 25.8 29.4 29.0 8.0 100 x 75 x 10 UA 12.4 50.5 14.3 67.577 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA HRSSPC V1.87 840 658 512 21.363 0.62 5.43 10.04 0.5 7.3 18.1 15.0 49.97 23.

6 50.00 0.00 0.30 5.5 28.2 44.5 11.3 11.67 3.00 1.00 1.4 75 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 320 320 320 1.3 70.00 1.6 51.7 15.0 30.943 100 73.7 12.940 0.75 75 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 14.1 21.00 0.02 4.68 16.975 102 74.3 11.00 0.40 3.2 22.77 3.9 32.7 9.2 17.6 13.2 340 340 360 360 340 360 360 360 1.9 70.37 3.00 1.1 11.93 4.8 15. 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for 125x75x12 unequal angles and smaller in 1997.946 39. HRSSPC V1.8 31.6 68.02 4.3 150 x 100 x 12 UA 10 UA 300 320 1.1 10.8 26.2 14.1 25.8 133 104 81.9 33.8 30.10 6.85 4.00 1.8 51.6 38.17 5.9 20.2 17.2 67.8 21.4 8.86 4.8 60.5 57.2 21.00 0.5 57.4 31.7 78.4 8.956 17.9 100 x 75 x 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 16.926 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 320 320 320 1.2 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 125x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 40.0 28.4 20.6 21.00 0.1 25.2 14. 2.3 26.00 0.86 4.00 0.3 70.6 8.00 1.7 28.2 7.00 0.77 3.7 35.6 53.6 39.75 39.8 133 104 79.0 21.0 Notes 1.2 15.92 5.0 12.00 1. Designation 38.964 0.Unequal Angles Table 28 Unequal Angles — x-axis and y-axis — Properties for Assessing Section Capacity Designation mm mm mm Yield Stress Form Factor fy kf About x-axis MPa About y-axis Yield Stress Form Factor kf Load A Zex Load C Zex Load B Zey Load D Zey fy 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 MPa About x-axis About y-axis Load A Zex Load C Zex Load B Zey Load D Zey 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 103mm3 300PLUS* AS 3679.6 7.5 57.1 68.799 130 94.1 20.3 13.67 3. For Grade 350 sections the tensile strength(fu) is 480 MPa.2 21.00 1.7 9.1 39.93 16.6 13.9 150 x 100 x 12 UA 10 UA 39.00 0.89 17.9 8.2 11.59 14.9 25.75 360 360 360 1.9 10.1 11.6 8.1-350 110 34. For 300PLUS sections the tensile strength (fu) is 440 MPa.824 132 96.7 7.6 15.2 7.9 360 360 360 1.00 1.973 0.8 31.07 39.7 100 x 75 x 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 320 320 320 1.1 10.2 46.9 340 360 1.00 1.8 110 81.65 5.1-300.0 38.6 15.3 20.0 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 125x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 300 300 320 320 300 320 320 320 1.2 30.86 4.3 13.8 25.931 0.00 1.30 3.3 15.9 12.0 21.66 17.0 40.68 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 23 .00 1.46 3.64 5.00 * 300PLUS replaced Grade 250 as the base grade for 150x90x8 unequal angles and larger in 1994.23 5.02 6.00 14.9 10. 300PLUS hot rolled sections are produced to exceed the minimum requirements of AS/NZS 3679.836 1.6 7.68 360 360 360 1.863 1.86 4.8 12.76 14.917 38.2 30.

145 0.9 12.9 Product of 2nd Moment of Area Inp Designation nR ZpR mm ZpL 3 10 mm3 mm 103mm3 Sp 3 10 mm3 mm 2.115 12.4 12.7 76.2 20.4 26.5 55.05 6.341 0.140 -0.2 24.416 100 x 75 x 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 49.2 13.1 8.174 0.8 12.7 21.5 -2.0 100 101 3.6 28.0 -0.41 1.0 14.77 2.8 16.8 33.626 0.111 13.6 41.b2 .5 27.0 24 .6 12.1 12.4 17.1 48.7 25.8 23.9 31.0 52.7 -0.4 8.35 -1.7 11.9 40.2 -1.5 100 x 75 x10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 1.95 8.5 84.7 48.3 96.89 31.8 20.1 37.26 125 x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA pB ZnB 3 10 mm3 pT About p-axis mm ZnT 3 10 mm3 Sn 3 10 mm3 133 110 101 102 64.0 21.4 67.8 31.3 145 114 91.0 69.2 10.2 15.6 32.2 19.4 37.0 37.8 16.4 2.5 21.1 40.3 75 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 0.02 31.9 22.114 -0.5 58.0 50.55 1.0 81.00 8.4 23.5 14.7 10.5 0.70 20.3 -0.7 30.0 44.10 4.5 48.2 81.7 63.0 10.272 0.6 14.5 51.3 43.54 2.140 0.5 31.3 68.98 5.6 56.731 -0.54 -1.6 97.2 152 123 102 86.511 0.9 69.8 68.84 3.3 8.7 83.27 18.2 14.5 40.0 16.2 48.867 -0.41 14.86 3.8 -2.4 14.0 81.1 13.2 59.18 22.4 19.29 49.8 14.6 94.41 1.9 38.0 25.5 14.8 59.1 20.9 0.7 36.3 16.15 1.27 -1.6 39.6 4.3 20.85 5.7 82.0 42.0 49.2 39.5 76.7 56.32 14.3 34.96 6.789 0.7 21.85 150 x 100 x 12 UA 10 UA 47.5 51.1 20.6 41.67 24.528 -0.6 39.8 8.6 51.1 20.3 62.4 32.6 45.7 13.7 28.3 31.1 24.0903 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA rp 106mm4 HRSSPC V1.0 47.1 30.0 20.05 -0.5 30.5 16.4 25.3 20.29 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 77.625 -0.4 47.4 18.72 1.1 11.78 3.9 24.407 0.9 22.2 68.3 34.5 99.4 10.5 4.74 6.0 25.7 68.8 48.3 57.3 33.0 20.174 -0.4 23.29 5.30 1.6 25.9 13.1 11.5 60.7 21.4 11.9 56.t b1 r1 r2 b2 Unequal Angles Table 29 Unequal Angles — n-axis and p-axis — Properties Designation About n-axis In 6 10 mm4 mm 150 x 100 x 12 UA 10 UA 6.2 58.0 40.575 125 x 75 x 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 6 UA 22.10 4.1 8.664 0.215 mm mm mm rn nL mm Ip 6 10 mm4 117 94.91 24.494 19.7 16.743 0.34 1.7 17.3 23.6 18.9 38.8 50.958 0.111 75 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 43.141 -0.0 45.8 69.5 45.1 46.1 150 x 90 x 16 UA 12 UA 10 UA 8 UA 7.75 6.6 20.9 28.524 18.9 21.9 52.7 81.3 42.8 70.321 65 x 50 x 8 UA 6 UA 5 UA 0.6 11.9 81.6 23.2 16.89 -1.6 57.52 5.75 14.t t b1 .7 0.6 51.9 75.3 0.9 44.97 6.88 2.5 52.181 0.96 36.89 43.2 7.3 41.2 37.3 25.

6 89.27 30.0 157.5 86.2 49.9 19.7 50.1 49.5 14.7 170.3 76.0 78.4 93.0 150.5 35.4 31.5 74.3 15.1 5 16.4 20.4 269.5 4 16.Rails Table 30 Rails — Dimensions and Properties About x-axis Designation AS 68 AS 60 AS 50 AS 41 UIC60 OneSteel 53 Mass a b c d e f g r1 r2 r3 kg/m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 67.4 335.0 15.5 35.0 25.5 30.0 106.0 79.5 67.0 63.0 9.0 13.0 21.0 15.0 146.5 4 15.9 Foot ZX 103mm3 463.25 67.5 24.0 154.7 5 Y mm Total Area mm2 Head Area mm2 Web Area mm2 Foot IX Head Area ZX mm2 106mm4 103mm3 85.2 28.0 15.6 152.3 70.1 20.0 11.0 60.6 74.2 Designation AS 68 AS 60 AS 50 AS 41 UIC60 OneSteel 53 HRSSPC V1.0 12.5 377.1 184.1 74.0 125.5 172.5 271. refer to AS 1085.0 46.1 20.7 40.7 81.2 254.0 254 300 300 305 300 305 19.8 371.75 14.0 74.1 74.0 9.7 323.4 302.0 40.5 2.0 11.8 60.0 84.55 22.0 127.0 136.3 53.0 185.0 8602 7728 6457 5192 7686 6763 3125 3018 2729 2162 3087 2721 2335 1958 1565 1122 1728 1520 3142 2752 2164 1908 2857 2522 39.0 4 13.6 70.5 60.0 70.0 25 .4 146.3 204.0 45.4 29.7 Notes: Some dimensions have been omitted for clarity.1-2000 for additional dimensions r4 S t X mm 40 20 20 ∞ 20 ∞ 17.5 51.0 9.0 73.8 64.2 13.8 391.

70 0.65√So OneSteel 300 PLUS. Max.035 * 0.40 0. 2. Cr + Ni + Cu + Mo = 1. Max. Niobium plus vanadium: 0. Vanadium: 0. Table 32 Tensile Properties — Welded Sections Base Plate Property Minimum Yield Strength — MPa for thickness of: > 8 ≤ 12 > 12 ≤ 20 > 20 ≤ 50 Minimum Tensile Strength — MPa Minimum Elongation % of Gauge Length of 5. Max.040 ( 6) 0.040 (2) Ti (3) Min. 400L15 310 300 280 430 21 400 380 360 480 18 Note 1.22 400 & 400L15 0. 6.55 1.10% maximum.30 0.040 0. Max. 300 PLUS L15 AS/NZS 3678 400. Max. 0.55 1. Carbon equivalent (CE) is calculated from the equation based on actual cast or product analysis: CE = C + Mn + Cr + Mo + V 6 5 + Ni + Cu 15 5.100 0.50 * 0.48 * = No specified limit. Niobium: 0. 3. Max.2:1996 Table 31 Chemical Composition — Welded Sections Base Plate Grade (1) C Si Mn P Cast or Product Analysis.S TANDARD S PECIFICATIONS Structural Steel Sections Structural Steel — Welded Sections — Standard: AS 3679. Notes 1. So is the cross-sectional area of the test piece before testing. Niobium plus vanadium plus titanium: 0.100 0.30 0.030% maximum. * 0. Max.035 (2) Min. Max. 4.44 0. Max. (5) 0.010% maximum. Max.5 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 22 16 22 16 10 mm x 5 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 18 13 18 13 HRSSPC V1. * 0.00% maximum apply.22 Min. * 0.35 CE (4) Max. Percent Cr Ni Cu Mo S (2) AS/NZS 3678 Max. The use of sulphide modification steelmaking techniques for listed grades is permitted.10 * 0. Limits specified are for both acid soluble and total aluminium. 300 & 300L15 0. Table 33 Charpy V-Notch Impact Test Requirements — Welded Sections Base Plate Grade Test Temperature AS/NZS 3678 °C 300L15 400L15 -15 -15 10 mm x 10 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 27 20 27 20 Minimum Absorbed Energy.70 0.040 0.40 0. J Size of Test Piece 10 mm x 7.15% maximum.50 (2) Al Micro-alloying Elements Max.0 26 .

Table 35 Tensile Properties — Flat Bars and Sections Grade 300PLUS. micro-alloying elements niobium.65 √S0 (see Note 2) % 22 20 Notes 1. subject to a total content of 1. the percentage of each element is to be shown on certificates. Except for the sections and bars (see Note 7).15%.1:1996 Table 34 Chemical Composition — Bars and Sections Grade 300PLUS®. 300PLUS® is a registered trademark of OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Limited. For precise details of properties reference should be made to the latest edition of AS/NZS 3679. 8. vanadium and titanium may be added. AS/NZ 3679. 350LO Grades is permitted.22 0. may be added. HRSSPC V1.30% (d) Molybdenum 0.25 0.45 Notes 1.020% maximum (c) Vanadium 0. micro-alloying elements are not permitted in grades 300PLUS and 300PLUSL0. the term ‘thickness’ refers to the nominal thickness of the part from which the sample is taken. 7. 350L0 C Si 0.10% 4. The use of sulfide modification steel-making techniques for 300PLUS. 350L0 Minimum yield stress.50% (b) Nickel 0.0 27 . 3. For a section. 300PLUSL0 350. Carbon equivalent (CE) is calculated from the following equation: CE = C + Mn + Cr + Mo + V 6 5 + Ni + Cu 15 6. SO is the cross-sectional area of the test piece before testing.60 0. The following elements may be present to the limits stated. 350L0 Minimum yield stress. For grades 350 and 350L0.00%: (a) Copper 0. ie aluminium and titanium.15% (b) Where micro-alloying elements are used. mm (see Note 1) >11 to <17 >17 to <40 300 280 340 340 <11 320 360 >40 280 330 MPa 440 480 Minimum elongation on a gauge length of 5. 300PLUSL0 and 300PLUSL15 the following are not considered as micro-alloying elements: (a) Titanium 0.040% maximum (b) Niobium 0.50 0. For sections and bars with thickness greater than or equal to 15mm in grades 300PLUS and 300PLUSL0. the following apply: (a) The maximum combined micro-alloying elements content is 0. 300PLUSL0 350.60 0.44 1. 300PLUSLO. 300PLUSL0 350.) (See Notes 1 and 2) % Mn P S Micro-alloying CE elements (see Note 4) (see Note 3) 1. 2. Hexagonal and Square Bars Grade 300PLUS. For grades 300PLUS. Limits are for total soluble aluminium. MPa Minimum tensile strength Thickness.50 Cast analysis (max. 300PLUSL15. Grain refining elements. 350.040 (see Note 6&7) 0.1:1996 or the latest OneSteel specification. 2. mm >50 to <100 290 330 Minimum tensile strength >100 280 320 MPa 440 480 Minimum elongation on a gauge length of 5.65 √S0 % 22 20 Notes (apply to tables 35 and 36) 1. provided that the total content does not exceed 0.040 0. provided that their total combined content does not exceed 0.15%.040 (see Note 8) 0.040 0.030% maximum (d) Niobium plus vanadium 0.030% maximum 5. MPa <50 300 340 Thickness. 2. For a section the term thickness refers to the thickness of the part from which a sample is taken.50% (c) Chromium 0. Table 36 Tensile Properties — Round.Structural Steel — Hot Rolled Bars and Sections — Standards: OneSteel.

15-0.70-1. J Size of Test Piece 10 mm x 7.82 0.025 max. 0. Sulphur 0. All rails are manufactured from fully killed concast steel. Other chemical compositions may be available by negotiation.1:2000 OneSteel UIC 860-0-1983 Carbon 0.60-0. 3. 0. 0.58 0.025 max.65-0.10-0.53-0.25 0.80 Silicon 0. This does not cover impact tested grades for thickness less than 8 mm.95 0.70-1. Table 39 Minimum Mechanical Properties — Rails Designation Type AS 41 AS 50 AS 60 AS 68 OneSteel 53 UIC 60 AS 50 kg HH AS 60 kg HH AS 68 kg HH AS .Rolled Rail AS .10-0.Rolled Rail AS .58 0.15-0.58 0.025 max. 0.82 0.70-1.58 0. Notes 1.025 max.04 max.60-0.15-0. 0.65-0.65√So 8 8 8 8 8 10 9 9 9 Surface Hardness HB 260 260 260 260 340 340 340 HRSSPC V1.25 0.15-0.025 max.82 0.Rolled Rail AS .69 0. 2.025 max. UIC 60 is available by enquiry only. 0.80-1.025 max.58 0.S TANDARD S PECIFICATIONS Table 37 Charpy V-Notch Impact Test Requirements — Bars and Sections Grade Test Temperature °C 300PLUSL0 350L0 0 10 mm x 10 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 27 20 Minimum Absorbed Energy.30 Phosphorus 0.50 Elements % Manganese 0.025 max.5 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 22 16 10 mm x 5 mm Average of Individual 3 Tests Test 18 13 Notes 1.2% Proof Stress MPa 420 420 420 420 780 780 780 Tensile Strength MPa 700 880 880 880 880 880 1130 1130 1130 % Elongation Gauge Length = 5.65-0. Rail Products Table 38 Chemical Composition (ladle analysis) Designation Standard AS 41 AS 50 AS 60 AS 68 OneSteel 53 UIC 60 AS 1085.025 max.82 0.25 0.Rolled Rail Head Hardened Rail 0.0 28 .Rolled Rail AS .1:2000 AS 1085.25 0.65-0. 0.Rolled Rail AS .025 max.04 max. 0.70-1.1:2000 AS 1085. 0. 0.1:2000 AS 1085.

18 0.35 0.70 0.040 0.25 0.43 0.60 1.60 0.70 0. Cr Max. S Max.040 0.040 0.90 0.35 0. 0.37 0.50 0.44 0.35 0.35 0.00 0.75 0.90 0. The actual properties obtained are dependent on both grade and heat treatment process control.60 0. 0. the above recommendations cannot be guaranteed.43 0.30 0.07 0.13 0.32 0.55 0. 1.040 0.60 0.65 1. at the maximum dimensions.20 Min.35 0. Min.10 0. 0.10 0.10 0.040 0.90 0.65 Min.35 0.40 0. 0.05 1.040 0.35 0.35 0.10 0.25 0. 0.90 0.06 0. 0.35 0.040 0.050 0.10 0.80 P Max.040 0.90 1. 0.040 0.35 0.50 0. Min.39 0.25 Notes 1.70 0.25 Table 41 Chemical Composition — For OneSteel Merchant Bar Sections — Regular Grades — AS 1444 & AS 1447 Steel Type Alloy Steels and Spring Steels Grade C Min.040 0.70 Max.90 1.70 1.90 0. 0.1:1996 specification.00 0.65 0.35 0.35 0.23 0.23 0.13 0.040 0.15 0. 0.13 0.60 0.040 0.30 1.10 0. 0.040 0.050 0.40 Mn Min.30 0.35 0.35 0.70 P S Max.70 0. Merchant Bar Sections are also available in AS 3679. Max.55 5155 5160 9255 9258 9261 Si Max.47 0.60 Mn Max.28 0.80 Mn Max.35 0.12 0.040 0.23 0.50 0. 0.10 0.040 0.70 0.040 0.00 1.10 0.60 0.10 0.70 1. Carbon and Carbon Manganese Steels U1008 U1010 1016 U1021 1022 1030 X1038 1040 1045 1055 1070 X1320 X1340 M1020 M1030 1137 1146 X1147 1214 Merchant Quality Steels Free Cutting Steels Si Max.Merchant Bar Sections Table 40 Chemical Composition — For OneSteel Merchant Bar Sections — Regular Grades — AS 1442 Steel Type Grade C Min.040 Min.25 Table 43 Heat Treatment Limitations Grade 5155 5160 9261 9255 9258 Maximum Recommended Cross Section* Rounds Squares 32 mm 30 mm 40 mm 36 mm 36 mm 34 mm 28 mm 25 mm Flats 22 mm 28 mm 25 mm 16 mm * The recommendations are based on the criterion that.35 0.050 0.09 0. 0.15 0. a hardness of 50 HRC can be achieved in the centre of the quenched section.040 0.13 0.10 0.35 0.25 0.04 Min.60 1.65 0.20 Min.10 0.15 0. OneSteel U1004 1015 1082 X4K92M61S 0.35 0.040 0.60 0.0 29 .10 Min.35 0. Table 42 OneSteel Grades Steel Type Grade C Min.55 Si Max.70 0.40 1.60 0.040 0. Max.040 0. springmakers with efficient heat treatment facilities will be able to achieve a hardness value of 50 HRC as recommended.70 0. Other grades may be available on enquiry. 0.42 0.65 0.040 0. 0. Max.35 0.050 1.18 0.35 0.50 0.90 0.05 0.00 1.040 Cr V Min.040 Min.040 0.42 0.10 1.60 0.90 Min.040 0.040 0.05 1.35 0. 0.78 0.00 0.20 2.90 0. 0.040 0.13 0.040 0.90 1.60 0.10 0.60 0.050 0. 0. HRSSPC V1.040 0.040 0. 0.60 0.25 0.70 P Max. S Max.18 0.34 0.10 0.040 0.20 2.040 0.00 Min.040 0.50 0.040 0.90 0.70 0.35 1.30 0.08 0.25 0. Min. Max.90 0.90 1.90 1.35 2.10 0. 0. Max.55 0. 0.50 0.18 0.040 0.35 0.050 0.040 0.10 0.60 0.08 0.35 0.040 0. 0.18 0.10 1.050 0.60 1.60 0.040 0. Max.040 0.10 0.08 0.050 0.00 1.38 0. See Tables 45 to 48.040 0.65 Min. However.040 0.040 0. As OneSteel has no control over the springmakers’ heat treatment process.10 0.10 0.49 0.

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