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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 worlds 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.

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 worlds 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.

Index

1.0

Engineering bar

6.2.4 European tapered flange channels

58

1.1

6.3

59

6.3.1 American W-sections

59

6.3.2 Jumbo sections

66

6.4

67

Hollow sections

2.0

Steel sheet and plate

2.1

Continuously rolled hot rolled sheet and plate

2.2

Cold reduced steel sheet and coil

American sections

Foundations & Piling

2.3

Metal coated strip products

10

7.0

2.4

Pre-finished steel

12

2.5

Reversing mill plate

13


7.1.1 Celsius hot finished structural

hollow sections

14

7.1.2 Circular hollow sections

80

7.1.3 Square hollow sections

82

Standard bar sections

2.6

International grade comparisons

76
76

3.0

Offshore steel products

26

7.1.4 Rectangular hollow sections

87

3.1

Offshore products

26

7.1.5 Jumbo rectangular hollow sections

91

3.2

Offshore structural steel equivalents

27

7.1.6 Jumbo square hollow sections

92

3.3

Offshore stock

28

7.1.7 Jumbo circular hollow sections

95

4.0

Special profiles

32

7.1.8 Celsius ovals

96


7.2.1 Strongbox and Hybox cold formed
99

structural hollow sections

4.1

Special profiles products

32

4.2

Bulb flats

33

7.2.2 Cold-formed circular hollow sections

100

5.0

Building systems

36

7.2.3 Cold-formed square hollow sections

103

5.1

Cladding systems for roofing and walls

36

7.2.4 Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections

106

5.2

Decking systems for flooring and roofing

38

5.3

Bi-Steel

42

8.0

Pipe and tube products

110

6.0

Steel sections

6.1

44


8.1

Carbon steel linepipe and carbon and


low alloy steel process pipe

110

44

8.2

Stainless and Duplex process pipe

119

6.1.1 Universal beams

44

8.3

Process pipe packages

121

6.1.2 Universal columns

46

8.4

General purpose tube

122

6.1.3 Joists

47

8.5

Process pipe products

124

6.1.4 Parallel flange channels

48

8.6

Pipe coatings

125

6.1.5 Tapered flange channels

49

6.1.6 Equal angles

50

9.0

Notes

BS4 sections

6.1.7 Unequal angles

51

6.2

52

European sections

6.2.1 European beams

52

6.2.2 European standard beams

57

6.2.3 European parallel flange channels

57

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1.0 Engineering bar


1.1 Standard bar sections
Tata Steel International can supply a wide range of engineering bar
products to suit the needs of todays international market. Products
supplied include both black and bright bars, in a wide variety of product
forms and sizes, as well as case hardening, free cutting and tool steels.
Recognised branded products can be supplied along with materials in
accordance with a range of international standards. Bar can be supplied as
either cut lengths or in coil form.
Steels produced
Alloy through-hardening, 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, ferritic, martensitic, 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, VAR, VIM/VAR)

Dimension

Mass/m

Type

Min Max
Min Max

(mm) (mm) Kg/m Kg/m

Kg/m
Equation
(C. Steel)

Kg/m
Equation
(S. Steel)

Profile

Round
6
600
0.22 2219 M=D(mm) M=D(mm)

/162.2
/159.2

Half Round 50x25 76x38 7.71 17.90 M=D(mm)2 M=D(mm)2



/324.4
/318.3

Square
8x8 200x200 0.50 314 M=t(mm)2 M=t(mm)2

/127.4
/125
Rectangular 3x10 450x25

0.26 141.35 M=t(mm)


xW(mm)

/127.4

Hexagonal

75

1.00

M=t(mm)
xW(mm)
/125

t
w

114.8 M=W(mm)2 M=W(mm)2


/49.0
/48.1

Type

Typical International Standards Supplied

Quench & Tempered EN 10083 Pt 1

BS 970 Pt 3, DIN 17200,

AISI 1139 & 1141


Case Hardening EN 10084

BS 970 Pt 3, DIN 1651,

AISI 4037 & 4140


Wrought Steel

PD 970

Free Cutting EN 10087

BS 970 Pt 3, DIN 1651,

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

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2.0 Steel sheet and plate


2.1 Continuously rolled hot rolled sheet and plate

2.2 Cold reduced steel sheet and coil

The thinner gauges of hot rolled strip are produced on continuous wide
strip mills. They are coiled up after rolling and when cold they are cut up
into sheets (< 3mm) or plates ( 3mm).

The normal cut-off point for hot rolled products is around 1.5mm thick.
Customers requiring thinner material should buy a cold reduced product.
While this is more expensive it offers significant benefits; the surface is far
superior, as is the dimensional control, especially thickness. Nevertheless,
in pure dimensional terms, there is an area of overlap between hot rolled
and cold reduced products of approximately 1.5mm, between about
1.5mm and 3.0mm.

In terms of thickness, there is considerable overlap between the products


of reversing mills and strip mills, but the former benefits from having
the capability of rolling very much wider than a strip mill. On the other
hand, the strip mill product is characterised by a better surface finish and
improved control of thickness.
Standard thicknesses (mm), with corresponding mass per unit area values
(kg/m2), are shown in the following table:
Thickness (mm)
Mass (kg/m2)

1.6
12.6

2.0
15.7

2.5
19.6

3.0
23.6

4.0
31.4

5.0
39.6

Thickness (mm)
Mass (kg/m2)

6.0
47

8.0
63

10.0
79

12.5
98

15.0
118

20.0
157

Durbar floor plates


Durbar is a non-slip raised pattern floor plate of integral manufacture, i.e. the
pattern is rolled in not welded. The studs are distributed to give maximum
slip resistance from any angle whilst ensuring a free draining surface.
The nominal gauge of Durbar is the thickness of the plain plate exclusive
of pattern. The stud height varies with the plate dimensions and grade,
being typically within the overall range 1.5 2.2mm. Durbar is available
commonly in commercial quality material, as EN 10025-2 S275JR or as
Lloyds Grade A.
Thicknesses, with the corresponding mass per unit area are as follows:
Thickness (mm) (on plain)
Mass per unit area (kg/m2)

3
26.19

4.5

36.9

48.7

64.4

Standard formable cold reduced products are manufactured to


the European standard EN 10130, which replaced BS 1449.
CR products are available in grades DC01, 03, 04, 05 and 06.
Structural mild steel sheets to EN 10130. Cold rolled products are
available in a variety of standard sizes in thicknesses from 0.4mm
to 3.0mm.
Standard Coil Dimensions and tolerances in accordance with BS EN 10051,
supplied either mill edge or trimmed.
Internal diameter: 610/762mm
Outside diameter: 2100mm (max)
Width: 750-2000mm
Standard thicknesses (mm), with corresponding mass per unit area values
(kg/m2) are shown in the following table:
Thickness (mm)
Mass (kg/m2)

0.4
3.14

0.6
4.71

0.8
6.28

0.9
7.07

1.0
7.85

1.2
9.42

Thickness (mm)
Mass (kg/m2)

1.25
9.62

1.5
11.78

1.6
12.56

2.0
15.70

2.5
19.63

3.0
23.55

Common floor plate designs


In accordance with American and European standards such as ASTM A786

Durbar/teardrop

Spot

Bar

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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


(m) [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


(m) [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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2.6 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.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

1.0486
A633 A
1.0488
A633 A
1.0562 E355 R A633 C/D
1.0566 E355 FP A633 C/D
1.8902 E420 R A633 E
1.8912 E420 FP A633 E
1.8905 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

1.8818

1.8819

1.8823 E355 R A945 Gr.50


1.8834 E355 FP

1.8825 E420 R A945 Gr.65


1.8836 E420 FP

1.8827 E460 R

1.8838 E460 FP

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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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







1.8958 E24W-3

1.8961 E24W-4

1.8945 E36W-A3

1.8946 E36W-A4

1.8959 E36W-B3 A709 50W
1.8963


1.8965
A709 50W
1.8966 E36W-B4

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

1.8908 E460T R A537 A2


1.8906 E460T FP

1.8916


1.8924 E500T R

1.8909 E500T FP

1.8984


1.8904 E550T R

1.8926 E550T FP

1.8986


1.8914 E620T R

1.8927 E620T FP

1.8987


1.8931 E690T R A514 F
1.8928 E690T FP A709 100
1.8988


1.8940


1.8983


1.8925


1.8941


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. The source standards should always be checked
for the specific purpose for each material, in case of doubt.
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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
1.1151
1.1149
1.1158
1.1163
1.1178
1.1179
1.1181
1.1180
1.1186
1.1189
1.1191
1.1201
1.1206
1.1241
1.1203
1.1209
1.1221
1.1223
1.1170
1.7003
1.7023
1.7006
1.7025
1.7033
1.7037
1.7034
1.7038
1.7035
1.7039
1.7218
1.7213
1.7220
1.7226
1.7225
1.7227
1.7228
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


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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. The source standards should always be checked
for the specific purpose for each material, in case of doubt.
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Quench & tempered steel equivalents cont...


European

British

EN10083-1
34CrNiMo6
30CrNiMo8
36NiCrMo16
51CrV4

BS970-3
817M40
823M30
835M30
735A50

European

British

German
DIN 17200
34CrNiMo6
30CrNiMo8

50CrV4

Werkstoff
1.6582
1.6580
1.6773
1.8159

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


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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

1.0406

1.0528 AF50C30
1.0501 AF55C35
1.0511 AF60C40
1.0503 AF65C45
1.0540

1.0535 AF70C50
1.0601

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
1.0332
1.0398
1.0335
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. The source standards should always be checked
for the specific purpose for each material, in case of doubt.
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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. 50
Gr. 60
Gr. 65
Gr. 70
Gr. 80

JIS G3134
ISO 6930
SPFH 490

SPFH 540 Fe E355
SPFH 590 Fe E420


Fe E490
Fe E560



American

Japanese

ASTM A1008

Gr. 45
Gr. 50
Gr. 55
Gr. 60

JIS G3135
SPFC 390
SPFC 440
SPFC 490
SPFC 540
SPFC 590

Werkstoff
NFA 36-401
ASTM 1008
1.0330 C CS
1.0347 E DS
1.0338 ES DDS
1.0312


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
1.0972 E315D
1.0976 E355D
1.0980

1.0982 E445D
1.0984 E490D
1.0986 E560D
1.8969 E620D
1.8967

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
1.0480 E240C
1.0489 E280C
1.0548 E315C
1.0550 E355C
1.0556

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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3.0 Offshore steel products


3.1 Offshore products

3.2 Offshore structural steel equivalents

Tata Steel International is a leading supplier of structural products into


the Offshore Oil & Gas industry. These steel products were originally
developed for the North Sea, but their application has now extended to
cover solutions for warm, temperate and cold seas, as well as deep-water
activity across the major offshore hubs such as the Middle East, South East
Asia, the Caspian, West Africa, Central/South America and Europe.

These comparison tables (opposite) 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.

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
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With the ability to provide multi-product packages for both conventional


and floating structures, Tata Steel International has extensive experience of
leveraging our own competencies in logistics, supply chain management
and global procurement to provide tailored packages to offshore
fabricators, contractors and designers.
Product range
Tata Steel International can provide a comprehensive range of offshore
structural plates and sections, as well as structural tubulars, seamless and
SAW welded pipe, gratings and handrails. These products are available
according to Offshore Specifications BS7191, EN 10225, and API grades
as well as a variety of other international and proprietary specifications
including ship plate grades, approved by all the major classification
societies such as Lloyds Register, ABS, BV, DNV and many others.
Bulb flats, used for plate stiffening, in both onshore and offshore
fabrication applications. An example range of sizes is shown in section 4.
Plate and section processing
Tata Steel International offers an extensive range of plate and section
fabricating and processing, including can rolling, welding, shotblasting,
priming, beveling, cutting, profiling and drilling. We would be pleased to
discuss your individual requirements in order to build a package to suit
your project.
Plate sizes
Gauges from 6mm to 150mm.
Section sizes
Full range of European, ASTM W-section as well as BS4 sizes are available
on request. For detail on the available sizes, see Section 6.

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Norwegian

American

Werkstoff
Norsok M-120
1.8801+N

1.8802+N

1.8804+M

1.8805+M

1.8808+N

1.8808+M

1.8810+N Y21 S355N3
1.8810+M Y21 S355M3
1.8811+N Y25 S355N4
1.8811+M Y25 S355M4
1.8813+N Y20 S355N4z
1.8813+M Y20 S355M4z
1.8830+Q Y35 S420Q3
1.8830+M Y35 S420M3
1.8857+Q Y30 S420Q3z
1.8857+M Y30 S420M3z
1.8878+Q Y45 S460Q3
1.8878+M Y45 S460M3
1.8887+Q Y40 S460Q3z
1.8887+M Y40 S460M3z

API

2H Gr. 50
2W Gr. 50/50T
2H Gr. 50
2W Gr. 50/50T

2Y Gr. 60
2W Gr. 60
2Y Gr. 60
2W Gr. 60
2Y Gr. 60
2W Gr. 60
2Y Gr. 60
2W Gr. 60

Werkstoff
Norsok M-120
1.8814 Y03 S355N1
1.8814 (+N) Y03 S355N1
1.8803

1.8803 (+M)

1.8806

1.8806 +N Y26 S355N3
1.8806 +M Y26 S355M3
1.8809

1.8809 +N Y21 S355N3
1.8809 +M Y21 S355M3
1.8851

1.8851 +M Y36 S420M3
1.8859

1.8859 +M Y31 S420M3z
1.8883

1.8883 +M Y46 S460M3
1.8889

1.8889 +M Y41 S460M3z

API

2H Gr. 50
2W Gr. 50/50T

2H Gr. 50
2W Gr. 50/50T

2W Gr. 60

2W Gr. 60

2W Gr. 60

2W Gr. 60

Werkstoff

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Offshore Plate Stock


Our standard stock range of offshore quality plate includes:
EN 10225 S355 G1 G2 G3 G6 G7
BS 7191 355EM, 355EMZ
G8 G9 G10
BS 7191 450EM, 450EMZ
EN 10225 S420/460 G1 G2
BS 7191 355D
EN 10025 S355K2
Shipbuilding Grade EH36
EN 10225 S355J2
BS 4360 50D, 50DD
API 2H/2W Grade 50

Offshore Sections Stock


3.2 LRS accreditation supplied
Standard lengths of 12.1m
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

13.200
16.104
14.400
17.568
15.600
15.860
14.000
17.080
15.000
18.300
12.800
15.616
13.600
16.592
14.400
17.568
10.000
18.300
11.000
13.420
12.000
14.640
13.000
14.000
15.000

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

1.440
1.757
1.920
2.342
2.400
2.928
2.880
3.514
3.600
4.392
4.800
5.856
5.280
6.442
6.000
7.320
7.200
8.784
8.400
10.248
9.600
11.712
10.800
13.176
12.000
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 3.2 accreditation from major


bodies such as LRS, BV, ABS and DNV
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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

20.9 HEA
20.4 HEA
25.3 HEA
31.2 HEA
36.4 HEA
43 HEA
52 HEA
62 HEA
70 HEA
20.9 HEB
27.4 HEB
34.5 HEB
43.7 HEB
52.5 HEB
63 HEB
85 HEB
85 HEB
95 HEB
19.3
IPE
23
IPE
26.9
IPE
19.3 U
22.5 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
37
43.3
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Additional sizes (in a range from 100mm to 1000mm)


and grades (e.g. S355 J2G3) available on request
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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 @ -40C - 50C
NACE compliance according to MR 01 75
Supply condition heated treated, Normalised/ Q&T
Supplied in lengths of either single or double random pieces
Material supplied fully traceable with EN 10204 3.1/3.2 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
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Wall
thickness
mm
7.11
10.97
12.7
21.95
8.2
10.31
12.7
15.09
23.01
9.3
12.7
15.09
19.05
25.4
9.52
10.31
12.7
15.9
19.1
9.53
10.31
12.7
15.09
19.05

Weight
kg/m
28.26
42.56
48.64
79.22
42.63
53.08
64.64
75.92
111.27
60.48
81.55
96.01
119.3
155.09
73.59
79.73
97.46
120.41
143.14
81.33
87.64
107.39
126.71
158.1

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
9.53
12.7
15.9
19.1
25.4
9.53
12.7
15.9
19.05
25.4
9.53
12.7
15.09
25.4
31.8
12.7
15.09
25.4
31.8
38.1

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" (5,000mm) outside diameter with thicknesses up to 200mm
in 12m lengths

Weight
kg/m
93.27
123.3
152.96
182.23
238.39
105.16
139.15
172.95
205.74
270.34
117.15
155.12
183.42
302.28
373.43
187.06
221.38
366.17
453.42
537.33

For information and product sales please contact our Milton Keynes
office and ask to speak to a member of the Offshore team.
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4.0 Special profiles


4.1 Special profiles products

4.2 Bulb flats

The Tata Steel Group has the capability to manufacture hot rolled,
custom designed special profiles in steel, at Skinningrove in the UK.
The variety of industries that uses special profiles is almost as diverse as
the product range itself. From construction through to shipbuilding,
commercial vehicles, earthmoving, forklift trucks and elevators to name
but a few. Our product range comprises over 2,000 profiles, giving us the
most extensive scope in the world. We have the capability to design and
manufacture profiles from under 1 kg/metre to 230 kg/metre, providing
almost infinite possibilities.

Bulb flats are tailor made for plate stiffening applications. Their special
shape provides significant benefits compared with other types of stiffener.
Bulb flats provide benefits during the initial steel construction phase,
and also during the working life of a ship or other products on which they
are used.

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In addition to hot rolling, we offer a range of processes, 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.
Shot blasting.
Heat treatment.
Welding.
Bending of profiles.
A range of fabrication processes.
The use of special profiles improves component quality and performance
as well as manufacturing efficiency. For example:
They eliminate the costs of machining and welding.
They have better dimensional accuracy compared with profiles
made from other processes such as casting or forging.
Lightweighting by designing asymmetrical profiles, which place
steel only where it is needed, they have more uniform mechanical
properties compared with fabricated profiles.

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Bulb flats offer many unique benefits for achieving these objectives:
They are ready to use plate stiffeners, bulb flats are more
cost effective.
The unique shape of a bulb flat distributes steel to maximize
resistance to buckling.
The compact shape of a bulb flat offers easy access for welding
and painting.
Bulb flats can also reduce coating material while maintaining the
same section modulus.
The rounded shape of a bulb flat provides inherent corrosion resistance
features. It enhances drainage, and minimises dirt and moisture traps.
The advantages of bulb flats stretch beyond the initial building phase to
provide benefits during the working life of a ship. Their shape has inherent
corrosion resistance features, and they are more user friendly for repair
and maintenance, compared with other stiffeners. Recognition of the
benefits which bulb flats provide is resulting in increased usage in bridges
around the world, both large and small. The advantages that bulb flats
offer assist both the initial construction phase as well as the working life
of the bridge.

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4.2 Bulb flats

BSEN 10067:1997

Distance
to Centre
of Gravity
d
[cm]

80

100

120


140


160



180



200



220


240


260

4.90
4.78
5.87
5.78
7.21
7.07
6.96
8.32
8.18
7.99
9.66
9.50
9.37
9.16
10.9
10.7
10.6
10.5
12.1
12.0
11.2
11.7
13.4
13.2
13.0
14.8
14.6
14.4
16.2
16.0
15.8

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4.25
4.88
6.86
7.65
7.32
8.26
9.20
9.75
10.85
13.05
11.46
12.72
13.97
16.49
14.80
16.22
17.63
19.04
18.57
20.14
21.71
23.28
22.77
24.50
26.22
25.50
27.39
29.27
28.35
30.39
32.43

14
14
15.5
15.5
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
4.5
5
5
5
5.5
5.5
5.5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
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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

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



17.4
17.2
17.0
18.9
18.7
18.5
20.1
19.9
19.7
21.7
21.3
21.1
23.5
23.3
23.1
25.5
25.2
25.0
27.7
27.5
27.0
26.5
26.3

12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16.5
16.5
16.5
18
18
18
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5

11
12
13
11
12
13
12
13
14
12
13
14
13
14
15
14
15
16
14
15
17
19
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33.50
35.70
37.90
36.70
39.09
41.44
42.60
45.09
47.60
46.20
48.86
51.50
54.70
57.60
60.50
63.96
67.10
70.20
70.60
73.90
80.70
87.40
90.80

40
40
40
43
43
43
46
46
46
49
49
49
53.5
53.5
53.5
58
58
58
62.5
62.5
62.5
62.5
62.5

r
[mm]

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5.0 Building systems


5.1 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, decking,
composite panel and light steel framing solutions. The range of products is
extensive, so please contact us for further details.

Roofing & Cladding Products


In-house production; includes both sheet roofing panels and composite
panels, from steel, stainless steel and aluminium substrates, in a variety
of sizes to suit the customer.

Construction projects rely on the building envelope to protect the internal


environment and need consistent performance over many years with little
or no maintenance. 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, fire resistance, coating
design, local construction practice, thermal insulation and whole-life
costing. High specification buildings require a robust building envelope
with economy and speed of construction. An extensive range of products
are available to form the complete building envelope including:
Composite, factory-assembled cladding panels
Structural roof decks
Built-up, site-assembled cladding systems
Coatings to suit most environments and long term warranties on
coating performance
Fire resistant cladding and roofing panels
Flashings, accessories, fixings, gutters and ancillary items

Stratabord: A high quality, insulated faade system, available in a variety


of colours and finishes.
Trisomet: A PU composite panel, with integral insulation, available on
either steel or aluminium substrates in a variety of colours and finishes.
Superdeck: Membrane faced composite panel system for flat
roofing applications.
Trimapanel: A micro-ribbed insulated panel available on steel or
aluminium substrate.
Guardian: A fire resistant composite panel, LPC approved to 1 hour.
FischerTherm: A standard composite panel with a rigid PU foam core
and additional joint insulation strips to minimise thermal loss within
the joint.
Structural metal roof decking capable of large spans to support
slab insulation and external sheet.
Built up cladding systems comprising liner tray, profiled OCS
sheets, spacer systems and all associated accessories.

Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra up to 40 year guarantee


HPS200 is a superior coating for external cladding applications.
The improved 200 micron Plastisol coating provides exceptional UV
resistance and is available in a large range of colours. 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. HPS200 Ultra is
available with the market leading Confidex Guarantee of up to 40 years,
depending on location and application.

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5.2 Decking systems for flooring and roofing

Please visit www.comflor.com for full design details and to download


our brochure.

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ComFlor 46

105

120

225

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ComFlor 51

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ComFlor
In-house decking production facilities are located in the UK, UAE, India
and New Zealand, that manufacture both shallow or deep decks.
The ComFlor range is arguably the most efficient choice of profile
currently available anywhere in the world. 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. Our deep decks span between beams with
typical unpropped spans extending to 6 metres and propped spans to
9 metres. The deck is contained within the beam depth, which provides
a very shallow floor zone. The shape of the deck profiles allow for service
integration and the whole system provides inherent fire resistance.

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152.5

137.5

Cover width 610mm

Volume and weight

Setting out point (s.o.p.)


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

0.092
0.096
0.101
0.106
0.111
0.116
0.121
0.141
0.191
0.231

2.16
2.26
2.37
2.49
2.61
2.73
2.84
3.32
4.49
5.43

2.12
2.21
2.32
2.44
2.55
2.67
2.78
3.25
4.40
5.32

1.71
1.79
1.88
1.97
2.07
2.16
2.25
2.62
3.56
4.30

1.62
1.69
1.78
1.87
1.96
2.04
2.13
2.49
3.37
4.08

Cover width 900mm

Volume and weight

Setting out point (s.o.p.)


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

0.091
0.096
0.101
0.111
0.121
0.126
0.131
0.161
0.181
0.221

2.14
2.26
2.38
2.61
2.85
2.96
3.08
3.79
4.26
5.20

2.10
2.21
2.33
2.56
2.79
2.90
3.02
3.71
4.17
5.09

1.69
1.79
1.88
2.07
2.25
2.35
2.44
3.00
3.37
4.12

1.60
1.69
1.78
1.96
2.13
2.22
2.31
2.84
3.19
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)

0.90
0.86
0.13
1579
16.74
55.7
1.00
0.96
0.14
1759
16.73
62.1
1.10
1.06
0.16
1938
16.73
68.5
1.20
1.16
0.17
2118
16.72
74.9

Sagging Hogging
5.69
6.99
6.34
7.93
7
8.88
7.65
9.81

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
0.86
0.09
1137
20.38
41.50
1.20
1.16
0.13
1534
20.44
53.00

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4.67
5.99
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1. Deck and beam deflection (i.e. ponding) is not allowed for in the table.
2. Deck and mesh weight is not included in the weight of concrete figures.
3. 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
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600 cover width

ComFlor 60

300 pitch

Volume and weight

131

Overlap
15

Shear Stud
connector
position
17.5

29.7

20

180

20

45 7.8

Weight of concrete (kN/m )


Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
2.09
2.04
1.65
1.57
2.32
2.28
1.84
1.74
2.56
2.51
2.03
1.92
2.79
2.74
2.21
2.10
3.03
2.97
2.40
2.27
3.27
3.20
2.59
2.45
3.50
3.43
2.77
2.63
3.69
3.62
2.92
2.77
3.93
3.85
3.11
2.95
5.11
5.00
4.04
3.83
2

Concrete volume
(m3/m2)
0.089
0.099
0.109
0.119
0.129
0.139
0.149
0.157
0.167
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)

0.90
0.86
0.103 1276
29.6
92.77
1.00
0.96
0.114 1424
30.5
106.15
1.10
1.06
0.125 1572
31.2
119.53
1.20
1.16
0.137 1721
31.7
132.91

Ultimate moment
capacity (kNm/m)
Sagging Hogging
9.30
7.50
11.27
9.36
13.24
11.21
15.21
13.07

180

300

180

17.2

120
Cover width 600mm

Setting out point (s.o.p.)


Weight of concrete (kN/m2)
Slab depth Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete
(mm)
(m3/m2)
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry

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0.086
0.096
0.106
0.116
0.126
0.136
0.146
0.156
0.206

2.03
2.27
2.51
2.74
2.98
3.21
3.45
3.68
4.86
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1.99
2.22
2.45
2.68
2.91
3.14
3.38
3.61
4.76

Sagging Hogging
15.5
12.5
22.2
18.5
425

ComFlor 210

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87.5

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Volume and weight



Slab depth
(mm)
270
280
290
300
305
310
330
350
375
400

Cover width 600mm


Setting out point (s.o.p.)

Weight of concrete (kN/m2)


Concrete volume Normal weight concrete Lightweight concrete
(m3/m2)
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
0.100
2.36
2.31
1.87
1.77
0.110
2.60
2.54
2.05
1.95
0.120
2.83
2.77
2.24
2.12
0.130
3.07
3.00
2.43
2.30
0.135
3.18
3.12
2.52
2.39
0.140
3.30
3.23
2.61
2.48
0.160
3.77
3.69
2.99
2.83
0.180
4.24
4.16
3.36
3.18
0.205
4.83
4.73
3.83
3.62
0.230
5.42
5.31
4.29
4.07

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130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
250

Ultimate moment
capacity (kNm/m)

Section Properties (per metre width


35 50 35

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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)

0.90
0.86
0.12
1387
47.6
185
1.20
1.16
0.15
1871
47.6
245

120

15

95

ComFlor 80

Section Properties (per metre width)

60
17.5

45
120

210


Slab depth
(mm)
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
250

Dovetail

Underlap

1.61
1.80
1.98
2.17
2.36
2.54
2.73
2.92
3.85

1.53
1.70
1.88
2.06
2.23
2.41
2.59
2.76
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thickness thickness weight steel
neutral of inertia
(mm)
(mm)
(kN/m2) (mm2/m) axis (mm) (cm4/m)

1.25
1.21
0.16
2009
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Slimdek
A low profile engineering floor
solution, designed specifically
for multi-story buildings. Ease of
planning and servicing, combined
with a reduction in building height,
gives significant cost and speed of
construction benefits. For further
information on these products, please
contact our Milton Keynes office.
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Ultimate moment
capacity (kNm/m)
Sagging Hogging
23.20
23.20

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5.3 Bi-steel

Bi-Steel is a patented composite panel enabling rapid construction and


unrivalled physical security.
Bi-Steel Cores, Security and Defence Birmingham One, UK Bi-Steel
comprises two steel plates connected together to form panels by an
array of friction-welded bars. The panels are then filled with concrete to
create a construction material with outstanding strength. Construction
Corefast is a superior construction system that surpasses traditional
reinforced concrete cores it is faster, easier to construct, more accurately
engineered and can offer reduced structural thickness. Bi-Steel panels are
manufactured offsite, fabricated into Corefast modules and transported to
the project site where they are quickly and accurately assembled to form
the core. The panels are then filled with concrete to create the full strength
structure. 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, commercial and
residential schemes throughout the world. Security and Defence
For applications in security and defence, Bi-Steel is used in the
construction of high-integrity blast-protection buildings, which require
superior levels of physical security to protect against terrorist or
criminal attack. The unique anti-blast and impact resistant qualities of
Bi-Steel also make it ideal as a high-performance antiattack- vehicle barrier
system. Comprising security barriers, bollards and walls, the Bi-Steel
systems have been developed to deny access and provide perimeter
security in the event of a terrorist attack. Containment of concrete within
the Bi-Steel units also prevents consequential concrete spalling under
vehicle impact and blast, thus minimising the formation of dangerous
secondary projectiles.

Surefast structures are fast to build and provide unrivalled force protection
and security. Surefast enables savings in time and cost, plus improved
safety, for a range of commercial, government, industrial and defence
construction applications. Using modular Bi-Steel technology and simple
connection methods Surefast buildings can be constructed in a matter of
hours not months. Surefast structures are built on the strength of Bi-Steel,
a steel and concrete hybrid which offers unrivalled protection against
explosions and criminal attack.
Typical Bi-Steel applications include:
Locations where space is at a premium, typically in town centres
or other congested sites with restricted access, 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, walls and containment chambers
Hardened structures/bunkers
Storage tanks
Impact & burster slabs
Secure areas
Ship & marine structures
Special purpose structures
Car parks (underground/overground)

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6.0 Steel sections


6.1 BS4 sections
6.1.1 Universal beams

Mass
per
metre
kg/m

Depth of
Section
h
mm

Width of
Section
b
mm

Thickness
Web
s
mm

Thickness
Flange
t
mm

Designation

Mass
per
metre
kg/m

Depth of
Section
h
mm

Width of
Section
b
mm

Thickness
Web
s
mm
b

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

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4 87.0
438.0
393.0
349.0
314.0
272.0
249.0
222.0
388.0
343.3
289.1
253.4
224.2
200.9
226.5
193.8
175.9
196.8
173.0
146.9
133.9
170.2
152.4
140.1
125.2
238.1
179.0
149.1
139.9
125.1
113.0
101.2
122.0
109.0
101.0
92.1
82.2
98.3
89.3
82.0
74.3
67.1

1 036.1
1025.9
1016.0
1008.1
1000.0
990.1
980.2
970.3
921.0
911.8
926.6
918.4
910.4
903.0
850.9
840.7
834.9
769.8
762.2
754.0
750.0
692.9
687.5
683.5
677.9
635.8
620.2
612.4
617.2
612.2
607.6
602.6
544.5
539.5
536.7
533.1
528.3
467.2
463.4
460.0
457.0
453.4

308.5
305.4
303.0
302.0
300.0
300.0
300.0
300.0
420.5
418.5
307.7
305.5
304.1
303.3
293.8
292.4
291.7
268.0
266.7
265.2
264.4
255.8
254.5
253.7
253.0
311.4
307.1
304.8
230.2
229.0
228.2
227.6
211.9
210.8
210.0
209.3
208.8
192.8
191.9
191.3
190.4
189.9

3 0.0
26.9
24.4
21.1
19.1
16.5
16.5
16.0
21.4
19.4
19.5
17.3
15.9
15.1
16.1
14.7
14.0
15.6
14.3
12.8
12.0
14.5
13.2
12.4
11.7
18.4
14.1
11.8
13.1
11.9
11.1
10.5
12.7
11.6
10.8
10.1
9.6
11.4
10.5
9.9
9.0
8.5

54.1
49.0
43.9
40.0
35.9
31.0
26.0
21.1
36.6
32.0
32.0
27.9
23.9
20.2
26.8
21.7
18.8
25.4
21.6
17.5
15.5
23.7
21.0
19.0
16.2
31.4
23.6
19.7
22.1
19.6
17.3
14.8
21.3
18.8
17.4
15.6
13.2
19.6
17.7
16.0
14.5
12.7

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Tolerance EN 10034:1993
Designation

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 2.1
74.2
67.2
59.8
52.3
74.2
67.1
60.1
54.1
46.0
39.0
67.1
57.0
51.0
45.0
39.1
33.1
54.0
46.1
4 0.3
48.1
41.9
37.0
32.8
28.2
24.8
43.0
37.0
31.1
28.3
25.2
22.0
30.0
25.1
23.1
19.0
16.0
13.0

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465.8
462.0
458.0
454.6
449.8
412.8
409.4
406.4
402.6
403.2
398.0
363.4
358.0
355.0
351.4
353.4
349.0
310.4
306.6
303.4
311.0
307.2
304.4

312.7
308.7
305.1
259.6
256.0
251.4
260.4
257.2
254.0
206.8
203.2
203.2
177.8
152.4
127.0

155.3
154.4
153.8
152.9
152.4
179.5
178.8
177.9
177.7
142.2
141.8
173.2
172.2
171.5
171.1
126.0
125.4
166.9
165.7
165.0
125.3
124.3
123.3
102.4
101.8
101.6
147.3
146.4
146.1
102.2
101.9
101.6
133.9
133.2
101.8
101.2
88.7
76.0

1 0.5
9.6
9.0
8.1
7.6
9.5
8.8
7.9
7.7
6.8
6.4
9.1
8.1
7.4
7.0
6.6
6.0
7.9
6.7
6.0
9.0
8.0
7.1
6.6
6.0
5.8
7.2
6.3
6.0
6.3
6.0
5.7
6.4
5.7
5.4
4.8
4.5
4.0

Thickness
Flange
t
mm
y

1 8.9
17.0
15.0
13.3
10.9
16.0
14.3
12.8
10.9
11.2
8.6
15.7
13.0
11.5
9.7
10.7
8.5
13.7
11.8
10.2
14.0
12.1
10.7
10.8
8.8
7.0
12.7
10.9
8.6
10.0
8.4
6.8
9.6
7.8
9.3
7.9
7.7
7.6

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6.1.2 Universal columns

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

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Mass
per
metre
kg/m
633.9
551.0
467.0
393.0
339.9
287.1
235.1
201.9
177.0
152.9
129.0
282.9
240.0
198.1
158.1
136.9
117.9
96.9
167.1
132.0
107.1
88.9
73.1
86.1
71.0
60.0
52.0
46.1
37.0
30.0
23.0

Depth of
Section
h
mm
474.6
455.6
436.6
419.0
406.4
393.6
381.0
375.6
368.2
362.0
355.6
365.3
352.5
339.9
327.1
320.5
314.5
307.9
289.1
276.3
266.7
260.3
254.1
222.2
215.8
209.6
206.2
203.2
161.8
157.6
152.4

6.1.3 Joists

Material to EN 10025:2004
Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005
Tolerance EN 10034:1993

424.0
418.5
412.2
407.0
403.0
399.0
394.8
374.4
372.6
370.5
368.6
322.2
318.4
314.5
311.2
309.2
307.4
305.3
265.2
261.3
258.8
256.3
254.6
209.1
206.4
205.8
204.3
203.6
154.4
152.9
152.2

Thickness
Web
s
mm
b

4 7.6
42.1
35.8
30.6
26.6
22.6
18.4
16.5
14.4
12.3
10.4
26.8
23.0
19.1
15.8
13.8
12.0
9.9
19.2
15.3
12.8
10.3
8.6
12.7
10.0
9.4
7.9
7.2
8.0
6.5
5.8

Thickness
Flange
t
mm

Designation

77.0
67.5
58.0
49.2
42.9
36.5
30.2
27.0
23.8
20.7
17.5
44.1
37.7
31.4
25.0
21.7
18.7
15.4
31.7
25.3
20.5
17.3
14.2
20.5
17.3
14.2
12.5
11.0
11.5
9.4
6.8

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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
82.0
37.2
52.3
37.3
29.3
26.9
16.5
26.9
23.0
7.5
19.5
15.0
12.8

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Depth of
Section
h
mm
254.0
254.0
203.2
152.4
127.0
127.0
127.0
114.3
101.6
101.6
88.9
76.2
76.2

Material to EN 10025:2004
Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:2005
Tolerance EN 10034:1993

Width of
Section
b
mm

Width of
Section
b
mm
03.2
114.3
152.4
127.0
114.3
114.3
76.2
114.3
101.6
44.5
88.9
80.0
76.2

Thickness
Web
s
mm
b

1 0.2
7.6
8.9
10.4
10.2
7.4
5.6
9.5
9.5
4.3
9.5
8.9
5.1

Thickness
Flange
t
mm
y

19.9
12.8
16.5
13.2
11.5
11.4
9.6
10.7
10.3
6.1
9.9
8.4
8.4

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6.1.4 Parallel flange channels (PFC)

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

Mass
per
metre
kg/m

Depth of
Section
h
mm

Width of
Section
b
mm

Thickness
Web
s
mm

64.4
54.0
45.5
41.4
34.8
27.6
32.2
25.7
29.7
23.4
26.1
20.3
23.9
17.9
14.8
10.2

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 1.0
9.5
9.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
7.5
6.5
7.0
6.0

6.5
6.0
6.5
5.5
5.5
5.0

Thickness
Flange
t
mm

1 9.0
17.5
16.5
15.5
14.0
12.0
14.0
12.5
14.0
12.5
12.5
10.5
12.0
10.0
9.5
8.5

6.1.5 Tapered flange channels (TFC)

Material to EN 10025:2004
Dimensions and properties to BS 4-1:1993.
Tolerances to 10279:2000
Designation

Cy

r1

Cy

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

Mass
per
metre
kg/m

Depth of
Section
h
mm

Width of
Section
b
mm

Thickness
Web
s
mm

Thickness
Flange
t
mm

65.5
55.0
46.2
41.8
35.7
28.2
32.7
26.1
29.8
23.9
26.8
20.8
23.9
17.9
14.9
10.4
6.7

431.8
381.0
304.8
304.8
254.0
254.0
228.6
228.6
203.2
203.2
177.8
177.8
152.4
152.4
127.0
101.6
76.2

101.6
101.6
101.6
88.9
88.9
76.2
88.9
76.2
88.9
76.2
88.9
76.2
88.9
76.2
63.5
50.8
38.1

12.2
10.4
10.2
10.2
9.1
8.1
8.6
7.6
8.1
7.1
7.6
6.6
7.1
6.4
6.4
6.1
5.1

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 5.5
70 x 40 x 6

r1

Cy

16.8
16.3
14.8
13.7
13.6
10.9
13.3
11.2
12.9
11.2
12.3
10.3
11.6
9.0
9.2
7.6
6.8

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

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6.1.6 Equal angles

90

90

a
r1

Material to EN 10025:2004.
Dimensions and properties to EN 10056-1:1998.
Tolerance EN 10056-2:1993

x
c

r2

x
c
y

a
u

6.1.7 Unequal angles

r2

Material to EN 10025-2:2003.
Dimensions and properties to EN 10056-1:1998.
Tolerance EN 10056-2:1999

r1

r2

Cx
Cy

Designation
Mass per

metre kg/m
250 x 250 x 35 128.0
250 x 250 x 28 104.0
250 x 250 x 25 98.9
200 x 200 x 25 74.1
200 x 200 x 24 71.1
200 x 200 x 20 59.9
200 x 200 x 18 54.3
200 x 200 x 16 48.5
200 x 200 x 15 45.5
180 x 180 x 18 48.6
180 x 180 x 16 43.5
175 x 175 x 15 34.8
175 x 175 x 12 27.8
160 x 160 x 15 36.2
150 x 150 x 20 44.6
150 x 150 x 19 42.3
150 x 150 x 18 40.1
150 x 150 x 16 36.1
150 x 150 x 15 33.8
150 x 150 x 13 29.6
150 x 150 x 12 27.3
150 x 150 x 11 25.3
150 x 150 x 10 23.0
130 x 130 x 12 23.6
120 x 120 x 18 28.3
120 x 120 x 15 26.6
120 x 120 x 13 23.1
120 x 120 x 12 21.6
120 x 120 x 11 19.8
120 x 120 x 10 18.2
120 x 120 x 9 16.4
120 x 120 x 8 14.7
100 x 100 x 15 21.9
100 x 100 x 13 19.0
100 x 100 x 12 17.8
100 x 100 x 11 16.3
100 x 100 x 10 15.0
100 x 100 x 9 13.5
100 x 100 x 8 12.2
100 x 100 x 7 10.7
90 x 90 x 12 15.9
90 x 90 x 10 13.4
90 x 90 x 9 12.2
90 x 90 x 8 10.9
90 x 90 x 7 9.6
90 x 90 x 6 8.3
80 x 80 x 10 11.9
80 x 80 x 8 9.6
80 x 80 x 7 8.4
80 x 80 x 6.5 7.8
80 x 80 x 6 7.3
80 x 80 x 5.5 6.6
80 x 80 x 5 6.0

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Designation
Mass per
t
90

metre kg/m 90
a
r
75 x 75 x 10
11.1x
r
75 x 75 x 8
8.99c c
t
y
a
75 x 75 x 7 7.9
u
v
75 x 75 x 6 6.85
75 x 75 x 5 5.8
75 x 75 x 4 4.7
70 x 70 x 10 10.3
70 x 70 x 9 9.3
70 x 70 x 8 8.4
70 x 70 x 7 7.38
70 x 70 x 6 6.38
70 x 70 x 5 5.3
65 x 65 x 9 8.0
65 x 65 x 8 7.1
65 x 65 x 7 6.83
65 x 65 x 6 5.3
65 x 65 x 5 4.4
60 x 60 x 10 8.7
60 x 60 x 8 7.09
60 x 60 x 7 6.2
60 x 60 x 6 5.42
60 x 60 x 5 4.57
60 x 60 x 4 3.7
55 x 55 x 6 4.6
50 x 50 x 8 5.8
50 x 50 x 7 5.1
50 x 50 x 6 4.47
50 x 50 x 5 3.77
50 x 50 x 4 3.06
50 x 50 x 3 2.3
45 x 45 x 6 4.0
45 x 45 x 5 3.4
45 x 45 x 4.5 3.06
45 x 45 x 4 2.7
45 x 45 x 3 2.1
40 x 40 x 6 3.5
40 x 40 x 5 2.97
40 x 40 x 4 2.42
40 x 40 x 3 1.8
35 x 35 x 5 3.5
35 x 35 x 4 2.09
35 x 35 x 3.5 2.4
30 x 30 x 6 2.60
30 x 30 x 5 2.20
30 x 30 x 4 1.78
30 x 30 x 3.5 1.40
30 x 30 x 3 1.36
25 x 25 x 5 1.80
25 x 25 x 4 1.45
25 x 25 x 3 1.12
20 x 20 x 3 0.882

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Designation
Mass per

metre kg/m
200 x 150 x 18 47.1
200 x 150 x 15 39.6
200 x 150 x 12 32.0
200 x 100 x 15 33.75
200 x 100 x 12 27.3
200 x 100 x 10 23.0
150 x 100 x 14 26.1
150 x 100 x 12 22.5
150 x 100 x 10 19.0
150 x 90 x 15 26.6
150 x 90 x 12 21.6
150 x 90 x 10 18.2
150 x 90 x 9 16.4
150 x 75 x 15 24.8
150 x 75 x 12 20.2
150 x 75 x 10 17.0
150 x 75 x 9 15.4
135 x 65 x 10 15.0
135 x 65 x 8 12.2
125 x 75 x 12 17.8
125 x 75 x 11 16.2
125 x 75 x 10 15.0
125 x 75 x 8 12.2
125 x 75 x 7 10.7
120 x 80 x 12 17.8
120 x 80 x 10 15.0
120 x 80 x 8 12.2
120 x 75 x 10 14.1
120 x 75 x 8 11.4
100 x 75 x 12 15.4
100 x 75 x 11 14.1
100 x 75 x 10 13.0
100 x 75 x 8 10.6
100 x 75 x 7 9.30
100 x 65 x 10 12.3
100 x 65 x 8 9.94
100 x 65 x 7 8.77
100 x 50 x 10 9.46
100 x 50 x 8 8.97
100 x 50 x 6 6.84
90 x 70 x 8 9.63
90 x 65 x 8 8.95
90 x 65 x 6 6.71
90 x 60 x 8 8.26
90 x 60 x 6 6.19

Designation
Mass per

metre kg/m
80 x 65 x 10 9.94
80 x 65 x 8 7.95
80 x 65 x 6 5.96
80 x 60 x 8 8.32
80 x 60 x 7 7.36
80 x 60 x 6 6.34
80 x 40 x 8 7.07
80 x 40 x 6 5.41
75 x 50 x 8 7.39
75 x 50 x 7 6.47
75 x 50 x 6 5.65
75 x 50 x 5 4.71
70 x 50 x 6 5.41
65 x 50 x 8 6.76
65 x 50 x 7 5.92
65 x 50 x 6 5.18
65 x 50 x 5 4.35
60 x 40 x 7 4.50
60 x 40 x 6 4.46
60 x 40 x 5 3.76
60 x 30 x 6 4.00
60 x 30 x 5 3.36
50 x 40 x 5 3.73
50 x 30 x 5 2.96
45 x 30 x 4 2.25
40 x 25 x 5 2.2
40 x 25 x 4 1.93
40 x 20 x 4 1.77
40 x 20 x 3 1.16
35 x 20 x 3.5 1.21
30 x 20 x 4 1.46
30 x 20 x 3 1.12
y

r2

r1

r2

x
Cx

Cy

* Please refer to Sales


Representative for tolerances
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6.2 European sections


6.2.1 European beams

6.2.1 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

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Mass
per metre
G
kg/m
6.89
8.1
8.66
10.4
10.5
12.9
14.4
12.7
15.8
17.7
15.4
18.8
21.3
22.1
18.4
22.4
25.1
26.6
22.2
26.2
29.4
31.6
26.2
30.7
34.3
37.3
30.7
36.1
42.3
44.0
36.5
42.2
49.3
51.7
43.0
49.1
57.0
60.3
50.2
57.1
66.0
70.4

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
357.6
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

tw

tf
z

Thickness
Web
tw
mm
b

3.6
4.1
3.8
4.4
3.8
4.7
5.3
4
5
5.6
4.3
5.3
6
6.4
4.5
5.6
6.2
6.6
5
5.9
6.6
6.7
5.2
6.2
7
7.5
5.5
6.6
7.5
7.7
6.1
7.1
8
8.5
6.5
7.5
8.5
9.2
6.6
8
9.2
9.9

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

4.7
5.7
5.1
6.3
5.6
6.9
7.8
5.9
7.4
8.5
6.5
8
9
9.5
7
8.5
9.5
10.5
7.7
9.2
10.2
11.8
8.3
9.8
10.8
12.3
8.7
10.2
12.2
13.1
9.2
10.7
12.7
13.7
10
11.5
13.5
14.5
11.5
12.7
14.7
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

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Mass
per metre
G
kg/m
57.4
66.3
75.7
81.5
84.0
67.2
77.6
92.4
95.2
104
79.4
90.7
107
111
129
92.1
106
123
134
159
108
122
154
144
184
137
147
160
173
185
196
210
222

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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
7.0
8.6
9.7
10.6
10.6
7.6
9.4
11.0
11.3
12.4
8.4
10.2
12.0
12.6
14.2
9.0
11.1
12.7
14.0
17.1
9.8
12.0
15.0
14.0
18.0
11.5
13.2
13.8
14.4
14.9
15.6
16.0
17.0

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
12
13.5
15.5
17
17.5
13.1
14.6
17.6
18.6
19.6
14.5
16.0
19.0
20.0
23.0
15.7
17.2
20.2
22.2
25.2
17.5
19.0
24.0
23.0
28.0
17
17
19.3
21.6
23.6
25.4
28.0
29.5

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6.2.1 European beams

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
16.7
20.4
41.8
14.6
19.9
26.7
52.1
18.1
24.7
33.7
63.2
23.8
30.4
42.6
76.2
28.7
35.5
51.2
88.9
34.6
42.3
61.3
103
40.4
50.5
71.5
117
47.4
60.3
83.2
157
54.1
68.2
93
172
61.2
76.4
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
4.2
5
6
12
4.2
5
6.5
12.5
4.3
5.5
7
13
4.5
6
8
14
5
6
8.5
14.5
5.5
6.5
9
15
6
7
9.5
15.5
6.5
7.5
10
18
6.5
7.5
10
18
7
8
10.5
18.5

tw

Material to EN 10025:2004
Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 19-57/DIN 1025
Tolerance EN 10034:1993

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Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
5.5
8
10
20
5.5
8
11
21
6
8.5
12
22
7
9
13
23
7.5
9.5
14
24
8
10
15
25
8.5
11
16
26
9
12
17
32
9.5
12.5
17.5
32.5
10
13
18
33

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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
69.8
88.3
117
238
74.2
97.6
127
245
78.9
105
134
248
83.7
112
142
250
92.4
107
125
155
256
99.7
124
140
171
263
107
155
187
270
120
166
199
278
129
137
151
175
178
212
285

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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

7.5
8.5
11
21
8
9
11.5
21
8.5
9.5
12
21
9
10
12.5
21
9.5
10
11
13.5
21
10
10.2
11.5
14
21
10.5
12
14.5
21
11.5
12.5
15
21
12
11.8
11.6
13.6
13
15.5
21

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
y

10.5
14
19
39
11
15.5
20.5
40
11.5
16.5
21.5
40
12
17.5
22.5
40
13
16
19
24
40
13.5
18.5
21
26
40
14
23
38
40
15
24
29
40
15.5
17.5
20.6
23.9
25
30
40

55

6.2.1 European beams

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

tw

Material to EN 10025:2004
Dimensions and properties to Euronorm 53-62/DIN 1025
Tolerance EN 10034:1993

6.2.2 European standard beams

tw

DIN 1025-1

tf

Thickness
Web
tw
mm
b

12.5
13.5
16
21
13
12.5
14.5
17
21
14
15
17.5
21
15
16
18.5
21
16
16.5
19
21
24.4
26
31

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
y

16
26
31
40
17
21
27
32
40
18
28
33
40
20
30
35
40
21
31
36
40
43.9
46
54





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
5.94
8.34
11.1
14.3
17.9
21.9
26.2
31.1
36.2
41.9
47.9
54.2
61
68
76.1
84
92.4
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
3.9
4.5
5.1
5.7
6.3
6.9
7.5
8.1
8.7
9.4
10.1
10.8
11.5
12.2
13.0
13.7
14.4
16.2
18.0
19.0
21.6
b

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
5.9
6.8
7.7
8.6
9.5
10.4
11.3
12.2
13.1
14.1
15.2
16.2
17.3
18.3
19.5
20.5
21.6
24.3
27.0
30.0
32.4
x

6.2.3 European parallel flange


channels (UPE)

tw

DIN 1026:2002

Designation



400 x 115 x 72.2
360 x 110 x 61.2
330 x 105 x 53.2
300 x 100 x 44.4
270 x 95 x 35.2
240 x 90 x 30.2
220 x 85 x 26.6
200 x 80 x 22.8
180 x 75 x 19.7
160 x 70 x 17.0
140 x 65 x 14.5
120 x 60 x 12.1
100 x 55 x 9.82
280 x 50 x 7.90

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tf

Mass
per
metre
kg/m
72.2
61.2
53.2
44.4
35.2
30.2
26.6
22.8
19.7
17.0
14.5
12.1
9.82
7.90

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
12.0
11.0
9.5
7.5
7.0
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.5
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.0

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
18.0
17.0
16.0
15.0
13.5
12.5
12.0
11.0
10.5
9.5
9.0
8.0
7.5
7.0
y

Cy

r1

57

6.2.4 European tapered flange


channels (UPN)

DIN 1026

Designation



400 x 110 x 71.8
380 x 102 x 63.1
350 x 100 x 60.6
320 x 100 x 59.5
300 x 100 x 46.2
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 13.4
100 x 50 x 10.6
80 x 45 x 9
70 x 40 x 6.8
65 x 42 x 7
60 x 30 x 5.1
50 x 38 x 6
50 x 25 x 3.9
40 x 20 x 2.9

58

Mass
per
metre
kg/m
71.8
63.1
60.6
59.5
46.2
41.8
37.9
33.2
29.4
25.3
22
18.8
16
13.4
10.6
8.6
6.8
7.7
5.1
5.6
3.9
2.9

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

14
13.5
14
14
10
10
10
9.5
9
8.5
8
7.5
7
7
6
6
6
5.5
6
7
5
5

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm

18
16
16
17.5
16
15
14
13
12.5
11.5
11
10.5
10
9
8.5
8
6.5
5
6
7
6
5.5

6.3 American sections


6.3.1 American W-sections

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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 1612 487 914 419
W36 x 1612 441 914 419
W36 x 1612 395 914 419
W36 x 1612 361 914 419
W36 x 1612 330 914 419
W36 x 1612 302 914 419
W36 x 1612 282 914 419
W36 x 1612 262 914 419
W36 x 1612 247 914 419
W36 x 1612 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

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Mass
per
metre
kg/m
499
433
390
343
883
748
642
591
554
539
483
443
412
371
321
296
584
494
486.6
436.9
415
392.7
349.4
314.3
272.3
248.7
222
970
787
725
656
588
537
491
449
420
390
368
344
381.6
345.1
313
289.1
271.7
253.4
238.1
224.2
200.9

Depth
Section
d
mm
1118
1108
1100
1090
1092
1068
1048
1040
1032
1030
1020
1012
1008
1000
990
982
1056
1036
1036.1
1025.9
1020
1016
1008.1
1000
990.1
980.2
970.3
1043
1011
999
987
975
965
957
948
943
936
931
927
950.7
942.9
932
926.6
923
918.4
914.5
910.4
903

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Material to ASTM A36


Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992

Cy

r1

Width
Section
b
mm
405
402
400
400
424
417
412
409
408
407
404
402
402
400
400
400
314
309
308.5
305.4
304
303
302
300
300
300
300
446
437
434
431
427
425
422
423
422
420
419
418
310.3
307.9
309.4
307.7
307
305.5
304.8
304.1
303.3

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
26
22
20
18
45.5
39
34
31
29.5
28.4
25.4
23.6
21.1
19
16.5
16.5
36
31
30
26.9
26
24.4
21.1
19.1
16.5
16.5
16
50.0
40.9
38.1
34.5
31.0
28.4
25.9
24.0
22.5
21.3
20.3
19.3
24.4
22.1
21.1
19.5
18.4
17.3
16.5
15.9
15.1
b

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
45
40
46
31
82
70
60
55.9
52
51.1
46
41.9
40
36.1
31
27.1
64
54
54.1
49
46
43.9
40
35.9
31
26
21.1
89.9
73.9
68.1
62.0
55.9
51.1
47.0
42.7
39.9
36.6
34.3
32.0
43.9
39.9
34.5
32
30
27.9
25.9
23.9
20.2
y

59

6.3.1 American W-sections

Designation Mass

per
Size
foot
Size
in
lb
mm
3
W33 x 15 4 387 838 400
W33 x 1534 354 838 400
W33 x 1534 318 838 400
W33 x 1534 291 838 400
W33 x 1534 263 838 400
W33 x 1534 241 838 400
W33 x 1534 221 838 400
W33 x 1534 201 838 400
W33 x 1112 219 838 292
W33 x 1112 204 838 292
W33 x 1112 187 838 292
W33 x 1112 169 838 292
W33 x 1112 152 838 292
W33 x 1112 141 838 292
W33 x 1112 130 838 292
W33 x 1112 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 1012 124 762 267
W30 x 1012 116 762 267
W30 x 1012 108 762 267
W30 x 1012 99 762 267
W30 x 1012 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
473.3
433.3
391.9
359.4
329.4
299.3
326.6
303.3
278.6
250.7
226.5
210.8
193.8
175.9
582
531
484.8
433.9
388.3
349.4
314.2
283.9
257.6
220.3
196.8
184.8
173
160.4
146.9
133.9
802
548
500
457
418.3
383.9
350.2
323
288.2
264.5
239.9
217.8
328.3
299.8
270.8
236
191.4
170.2
152.4

Depth
Section
d
mm
913
903
893.1
885
877.1
868
862
855.4
877.1
871.2
865.1
859
850.9
846.1
840.7
834.9
843
833
823
813.1
802.9
795
785.9
779
773
779
769.8
766
762.2
758
754
750
826
772
762
752
744
736.1
728
722.1
714
706.4
700.8
695
739.9
732
723.9
714
702
692.9
687.5

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Material to ASTM A36


Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992

tf
y

Width
Section
b
mm
411
409
406
404
401.4
403
401
399.9
297.2
295.7
294.1
292.1
293.8
293
292.4
291.7
396
393
390.4
387.4
384.9
382
383.7
382
381
266.2
268
267
266.7
266
265.2
264.4
387
372
369
366.9
364.4
362.4
360.4
358.5
356.4
357.8
356.1
355
264.8
262.8
260.2
257.8
254
255.8
254.5

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
32
29.5
26.4
24.4
22.1
21.1
19.7
18.2
22.1
20.6
19.1
17
16.1
15.4
14.7
14
34.5
31.5
29
25.9
23.6
21.1
19.7
18
16.6
16.5
15.6
14.9
14.3
13.8
12.8
12
50
35.1
32
29.5
26.9
24.9
23.1
21.1
19
18.4
16.8
15.4
25.9
23.9
21.6
19.1
15.5
14.5
13.2

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
57.9
53.1
48
43.9
39.9
35.6
32.4
29.2
39.9
37.1
34.1
31
26.8
24.4
21.7
18.8
62
56.9
52.1
47
41.9
38.1
33.4
30.1
27.1
30
25.4
23.6
21.6
19.3
17.5
15.5
89.9
63
57.9
53.1
49
45
40.9
38.1
34
30.2
27.4
24.8
47
42.9
39.1
34
27.9
23.7
21

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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 1234 306 610 324
W24 x 1234 279 610 324
W24 x 1234 250 610 324
W24 x 1234 229 610 324
W24 x 1234 207 610 324
W24 x 1234 192 610 324
W24 x 1234 176 610 324
W24 x 1234 162 610 324
W24 x 1234 146 610 324
W24 x 1234 131 610 324
W24 x 1234 117 610 324
W24 x 1234 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 1214 223 533 312
W21 x 1214 201 533 312
W21 x 1214 182 533 312
W21 x 1214 166 533 312
W21 x 1214 147 533 312
W21 x 1214 132 533 312
W21 x 1214 122 533 312
W21 x 1214 111 533 312
W21 x 1214 101 533 312
W21 x 814 93 533 210
W21 x 814 83 533 210
W21 x 814 73 533 210
W21 x 814 68 533 210
W21 x 814 62 533 210
W21 x 814 55 533 210
W21 x 814 48 533 210

Tata Steel International

Mass
per
metre
kg/m
140.1
125.2
551
498
455
416.3
373
341.1
308.2
286.1
261.9
238.9
218.6
196.4
175
155.6
295.1
243.1
218.2
190.2
171.6
153.5
139.9
125.1
113
101.2
92.3
81.9
409
369.4
331.2
299.5
271.3
246.6
218.9
196.5
181.7
165.3
150.6
138.3
122
109
101
92.1
82
72

Depth
Section
d
mm
683.5
677.9
711
699
689.4
679
669
660.9
653
647
641
635
628
622
616
611
667
651
643.1
635
628.9
623.1
617.2
612.2
608
602.6
603
599
612.9
603
593
585
577
571
560
554
551
546
543
549
544.5
539.5
536.7
533.1
528
524

Width
Section
b
mm
253.7
253
347
343
340
338
334.9
333
330.4
329
327
329
328
327
325
324
240.5
236
234.1
231.5
230
228.6
230.2
229
228.2
227.6
179
178
327.4
324.4
322
319
317
315
318
316
315
313
312
214
212
210.8
210
209.3
209
207

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
12.4
11.7
38.6
35.1
32
29.5
26.4
24.4
22.1
20.6
19
17.1
16.5
15.4
14
12.7
25.9
21.6
19.6
17.1
15.5
14
13.1
11.9
11.1
10.5
10.9
10
31
28.2
25.4
23.1
21.1
19
18.3
16.5
15.2
14
12.7
14.7
12.7
11.6
10.9
10.2
9.5
9.0
b

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
19
16.2
69.1
63
57.9
53.1
48
43.9
39.9
37.1
34
31
27.7
24.4
21.6
19
47
39.1
35.1
31
27.9
24.9
22.1
19.6
17.3
14.8
15
12.8
55.6
50.5
45.5
41.4
37.6
34.5
29.2
26.3
24.4
22.2
20.3
23.6
21.3
18.8
17.4
15.6
13.3
10.9
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6.3.1 American W-sections

Designation Mass

per
Size
foot
Size
in
lb
mm
1
W21 x 6 2 57 533 165
W21 x 612 50 533 165
W21 x 612 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 712 71 457 191
W18 x 712 65 457 191
W18 x 712 60 457 191
W18 x 712 55 457 191
W18 x 712 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

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Mass
per
metre
kg/m
84.7
74.7
65.7
464
421
384
349
314.7
286.3
261
235.6
213.3
193.9
177
158
144
128
113
106.1
98.3
89.3
82
74.3
67.2
59.8
52.3
149
132
114
100
85
74.2
67.1
60.1
54.1
46
39
1087.9
991
902.2
819
744.3
677.8
633.9
592.6
551
509.5

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Material to ASTM A36


Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992

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
467.2 192.8
463.4 191.9
460
191.3
457
190.4
458
153.8
454.6 152.9
449.8 152.4
431
265
425
263
420
261
415
260
417
181
412.8 179.5
409.4 178.8
406.4 177.9
402.6 177.7
403.2 142.2
398
141.8
569
454
550
448
531
442
514
437
498
432
483
428
474.6 424
465
421
455.6 418.5
446
416

Thickness Thickness
of Web
Flange
tw
tf
mm
mm
10.3
16.5
9.7
13.6
8.9
11.4
38.6
69.6
35.6
63.5
32.5
58.4
29.5
53.6
26.9
48.5
24.4
44.4
22.6
40.4
20.6
36.6
18.5
33.5
17
30.5
16.6
26.9
15
23.9
13.6
22.1
12.2
19.6
10.8
17.3
12.6
20.6
11.4
19.6
10.5
17.7
9.9
16
9
14.5
9
15
8.1
13.3
7.6
10.9
14.9
25
13.3
22.2
11.6
19.3
10.0
16.9
10.9
18.2
9.5
16
8.8
14.3
7.9
12.8
7.7
10.9
6.8
11.2
6.4
8.6
78
125
71.9
115
65.9
106
60.5
97
55.6
88.9
51.2
81.5
47.6
77
45
72.3
42.1
67.5
39.1
62.7

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 1412 132 356 368
1
W14 x 14 2 120 356 368
W14 x 1412 109 356 368
W14 x 1412 99 356 368
W14 x 1412 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 634 38 356 171
3
W14 x 6 4 34 356 171
W14 x 634 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
462.8
421.7
382.4
347
313.4
287.1
262.7
235.1
216.3
196.5
179.2
162
147.5
134
122.3
110.4
101.4
91
74.6
67.1
59.7
57
51
45
39.1
33.1
500.5
454
415.1
374.8
343.3
313.2
282.9
252.9
226.8
202.6
178.8
158.1
143.1
129.6
117.9
106.9
96.9

Depth
Section
d
mm
435
425
416
407
399
393.6
387
381
375
372
368
364
360
356
363
360
357
353
354
350
347
358
355
351.4
353.4
349
427.2
415
403
391
382
373.6
365.3
356
348
341
333
327.1
323
318
314.5
311
307.9

Width
Section
b
mm
412
409
406
404
401
399
398
394.8
394
374
373
371
370
369
257
256
255
254
204
204
203
172.2
171.5
171.1
126
125.4
340
336
334
330
328
324.9
322.2
319
317
315
313
311.2
309
308
307.4
306
305.3

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
35.8
32.8
29.8
27.2
24.9
22.6
21.1
18.4
17.3
16.4
15
13.3
12.3
11.2
13
11.4
10.5
9.5
9.4
8.6
7.7
8.1
7.4
7
6.6
6
45.1
41.3
38.9
35.4
32.6
30
26.8
24.4
22.1
20.1
18
15.8
14
13.1
12
10.9
9.9
b

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
57.4
52.6
48
43.7
39.6
36.5
33.3
30.2
27.7
26.2
23.9
21.8
19.8
18
21.7
19.9
18.3
16.4
16.8
15.1
13.5
13
11.5
9.7
10.7
8.5
75.1
68.7
62.7
57.2
52.6
48.3
44.1
39.6
35.6
31.8
28.1
25
22.9
20.6
18.7
17
15.4
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6.3.1 American W-sections

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 612 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 534 22 254 146
W10 x 534 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
86.5
79
74.6
67.1
59.7
52.4
44.5
38.7
32.8
28.2
24.8
21
167.1
148.9
132
114.8
101.3
88.9
80.1
73.1
67.1
58.2
49.2
44.8
38.6
32.8
24
28.3
25.2
22
17.6

Depth
Section
d
mm
310
306
310
306
303
317
313
310
312.7
308.7
305.1
303
289.1
282
276.3
269
264.2
260.3
256.4
254.1
257
252
247
265.9
262.4
258.3
253
260.4
257.2
254
254

tw

Material to ASTM A36


Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992

tf
y

Width
Section
b
mm
254
254
205
204
203
167
166
165
102.4
101.8
101.6
101
265.2
263
261.3
259
257.3
256.3
254.7
254.6
204
203
202
147.6
146.6
146.1
145
102.2
101.9
101.6
101.6

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
9.1
8.8
9.4
8.5
7.5
7.6
6.6
5.8
6.6
6
5.8
5.1
19.2
17.3
15.3
13.5
11.9
10.3
9.4
8.6
8.9
8
7.4
7.6
6.6
6.1
5
6.3
6
5.7
5.8

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
16.3
14.6
16.3
14.6
13.1
13.2
11.2
9.7
10.8
8.8
7
5.7
31.7
28.4
25.3
22.1
19.6
17.3
15.6
14.2
15.7
13.5
11
13
11.2
9.1
6.4
10
8.4
6.8
6.8

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 514
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
8.5 152 100
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
99.6
86.1
71
60
52
46.1
41.7
35.9
31.4
26.6
22.5
19.3
15.0
37
30
23
24
18
13.5
13.0
28.1
23.8
19.3

Depth
Section
d
mm
228.6
222.2
215.8
209.6
206.2
203.2
205
201
210
207
206
203
200
161.8
157.6
152.4
160
153
150
148
131
127
106

Width
Section
b
mm
210.3
209.1
206.4
205.8
204.3
203.6
166
165
134
133
102
102
100
154.4
152.9
152.2
102
102
100
100
128
127
103

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
14.5
12.7
10
9.4
7.9
7.2
7.2
6.2
6.4
5.8
6.2
5.8
4.3
8
6.5
5.8
6.6
5.8
4.3
4.3
6.9
6.1
7.1
b

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
23.7
20.5
17.3
14.2
12.5
11
11.8
10.2
10.2
8.4
8.0
6.5
5.2
11.5
9.4
6.8
10.3
7.1
5.5
4.9
10.9
9.1
8.8
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6.3.2 Jumbo sections

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Material to ASTM A36


Dimensions and properties to ASTMA6 & A992

The Tata Steel Group is one of a select few manufacturing businesses that
can produce the worlds largest structural sections. The Jumbo sections are
produced from ultra-clean steels and precision-rolled to the highest levels
of dimensional accuracy. By working closely with some of the worlds most
prestigious construction companies, Tata Steel offers the opportunity to
build large structures faster, higher and stronger.
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Some examples of major projects that have used our Jumbo Sections are:
383 Madison Avenue, New York, USA
Jin Mao Building, Shanghai, China
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Guangdong Olympic Stadium, Guangzhou, China
Barclays Bank Headquarters, Canary Wharf, 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

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Mass
Mass Depth
per
Serial
per
Section
foot
Size
metre d
lb
mm
kg/m mm
730 356 x 406 1086.0 569.5
665 356 x 406 990.0 549.7
605 356 x 406 900.0 531.4
550 356 x 406 818.0 514.1
500 356 x 406 744.0 497.8
455 356 x 406 677.0 483.1

6.4 Foundations & Piling

tf

Width
Section
b
mm
454.4
448.3
442.3
436.9
432.1
427.6

Thickness
of Web
tw
mm
78
71.9
65.9
60.5
55.6
51.2

Thickness
Flange
tf
mm
125
115
106
97
88.9
81.5

Tata Steel International

Tata Steel International is a supplier of piling products, including both


sheet and tubular piles, enabling us to offer solutions for a wide variety of
construction projects, both temporary and permanent. Typical structures
include cofferdams, quays, wharves and harbour works, as well as land
reclamation and retaining walls. This is complemented by a full range
of interlocks, as well as corner, junction and closure piles to ensure a
complete package can be supplied.
The sections are designed to offer the superior strength to weight ratio,
whilst maintaining the best driving qualities. Sheet piles are typically
supplied in accordance with EN 10248 grades S270GP and S355GP,
although higher strength grades and weathering grades can be supplied.
Sheet piles are available in U, Z and straight web profiles and typical sizes
and properties are shown in the table opposite. Tubular piles are generally
supplied in accordance with API-5L, where typical sizes and properties are
shown in Section 8.
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. For further information contact us in Milton
Keynes, UK.

Tata Steel International

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6.4 Foundations & Piling

s
h
z

U piles




section
602
603
603k
604
605
606
SX10
SX18
SX27

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
8.2
9.7
10
10.5
12.8
16.5
10.3
13.4
18.0

thickness mass
of the pile wall
web
s
mm
kg/m kg/m2
8.0
54.3 90.5
8.4
64.8 108
9.0
68.1 113.5
9.0
74.1 123.5
9.0
82.4 137.3
9.2
94.8 158

61.8 103.0

81.6 136.0

106.0 177.0

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





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
9.5
9.5
61.8 110.6
9.5
9.5
61.8 135.1
15.4
12.7
98.2 170.8
15.2
12.7
97.6 195.2
9.5
9.5
75.1 106.0
9.5
9.5
75.1 118.2
15.2
13.3
110.0 155.4
16.6
15.2
121.7 193.2

Straight web

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Typical
supply
options

Typical
length
range

General Up to
S355J2H
purpose
600mm
Crane rail
600mm to
B/X42/X70
piles
1,000mm
Quay wall
1,000mm
X65/X70

to 3,500mm
Dolphin/
2,000mm to X42 RQT701
mooring
4,000mm

Longitudinal

6m 15m

Longitudinal
/Spiral
Longitudinal
/Spiral/Circ
Longitudinal
/Circ

6m 15m
6m 35m
6m 40m

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

height thickness
mass
of one of the
pile
wall
pile
web
h
t
mm
mm
kg/m kg/m2

10.2
67.1 134.3

12.7
75.7 151.4

elastic
section
modulus
Wyy
cm3/m
103
1033

Weight (kg/mtr)
[OD(mm) WT(mm)] x WT(mm) x 0.0246615 = kg/mtr
Freight Factor (m3/tonne)

( )( )
2

OD x 1000
= m 3/tonne
1000
kg/m

Section modulus (cm 3/mtr)


(OD 4 ID 4)
= cm 3/mtr
32000OD
where OD and ID = mm
Moment of inertia (cm4/mtr)





section
PS27.5
PS31

Typical
Typical size Typical
application
range
grades

Formulae for carbon steel round tubes

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. The range of tubular piles has increased continuously
to meet a growing demand.

Combined
moment
of Inertia
lyy
cm4/m
414
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(OD 4 ID 4)
= cm 4/mtr
640000
OD = Outside Diameter, ID = Internal Diameter, WT = Wall Thickness

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Reinforcing products
Tata Steel International can supply a wide variety of reinforcing products
including Re-bar, D-bar and reinforcing mesh for the construction industry.
Rebar and mesh
All products are in accordance with common international specifications
such as BS 4449, DIN 488 and ASTM A615. The bar materials can be
supplied either plain or ribbed, (see diagram) and in cut lengths or
bar-in-coil.
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, Soft Soils
or Shallow Bedrock and Seismic
Conditions.
Open Cell Technology
The Open Cell bulkhead is a cellular flat sheet pile structure, in which each
cells sheet piles are driven in the shape of a U (when viewed from above).
This technology is used primarily on docks and similar structures.
Readily adaptable, this system is suitable for ship berths, erosion control,
bridge abutments, artificial islands and other uses where the following
might be required or encountered;
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, construction from
land and reduced material costs.
The simplicity of the system is an advantage during construction, because
Open Cells require relatively few critical steps, which translates into a more
efficient speed of construction and thereby provides a combination of low
cost with high performance.

Figure 1
Example of rib pattern of grade 500A
with four transverse rib series.

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Figure 2
Example of rib pattern of grade 500B/C
with four transverse rib series.

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d
t

BS4. ASTM.

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.
Their inherent strength and wide range permit optimal solutions.
ASTM
Size

Mass
per
foot

in

lb

UP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
UP12x12
UP12x12
UP12x12
HP12x12
HP12x12
HP12x12
UP12x12
HP12x12
HP10x10
UP10x10
HP10x10
HP8x8
UP8x8

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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

180.0
173.9
152.0
133.0
108.9
222.9
186.0
149.1
126.1
110.0
94.9
88.0
78.9
85.1
71.0
63.0
53.9
44.9

362.9
361.4
356.4
352.0
346.4
337.9
328.3
318.5
312.3
307.9
303.7
301.7
299.3
254.3
249.7
247.1
204.0
200.2

Width Thickof
ness
Section
of
Web
B
t
mm
mm

















378.8
378.5
376.0
373.8
371.0
325.7
320.9
316.0
312.9
310.7
308.7
307.8
306.4
260.4
258.0
256.6
207.7
205.9

21.1
20.3
17.8
15.6
12.8
30.3
25.5
20.6
17.5
15.3
13.3
12.4
11.0
14.4
12.0
10.6
11.3
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Thickness
of
Flange
T
mm

















21.1
20.4
17.9
15.7
12.9
30.4
25.6
20.7
17.6
15.4
13.3
12.3
11.1
14.3
12.0
10.7
11.4
9.5

Root
Radius

Depth
between
fillets

r
mm

d
mm

15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.2
12.7
12.7
12.7
10.2
10.2

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290.2
290.2
290.2
290.2
290.2
246.7
246.7
246.7
246.7
246.7
246.7
246.7
246.7
200.3
200.3
200.3
160.8
160.8

Ratios of
Local
Buckling
Flange
B/2T

















9.00
9.28
10.5
11.9
14.4
5.36
6.27
7.63
8.89
10.1
11.6
12.5
13.8
9.1
10.8
12.0
9.11
10.8

Second
Moment
of Area
Axis
Axis
yy
xx
4
cm4
cm

Web
d/t

















13.8
14.3
16.3
18.6
22.7
8.14
9.67
12.0
14.1
16.1
18.5
19.9
22.4
13.9
16.7
18.9
14.2
16.9

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

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t

BS4. ASTM.

ASTM
Size

Mass
per
foot

in
UP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
HP14x1412
UP12 x12
UP12x12
UP12x12
HP12x12
HP12x12
HP12x12
UP12x12
HP12x12
HP10x10
UP10x10
HP10x10
HP8x8
UP8x8

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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

15.2
15.2
15.1
15.0
14.9
13.6
13.4
13.2
13.1
13.0
12.9
12.8
12.8
10.6
10.6
10.5
8.55
8.46

9.10
9.13
9.05
8.99
8.90
7.87
7.73
7.58
7.49
7.42
7.35
7.31
7.28
6.24
6.17
6.13
4.98
4.92

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
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Buckling
Parameter

Torsional
Index

Warping
Constant

Torsional
Constant

Area
of
Section

H
dm6

J
cm4

d
cm2

0.821
0.821
0.821
0.822
0.823
0.826
0.827
0.828
0.829
0.830
0.830
0.830
0.832
0.825
0.826
0.827
0.827
0.827

15.3
15.8
17.8
20.1
24.2
9.55
11.1
13.5
15.7
17.7
20.2
21.6
23.9
15.6
18.4
20.5
15.8
18.6

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5.59
5.37
4.55
3.87
3.05
4.15
3.24
2.42
1.95
1.65
1.38
1.25
1.11
0.607
0.486
0.421
0.158
0.126

67
330
223
151
84.6
943
560
295
182
122
80.0
64.2
46.9
81.8
48.4
34.3
32.7
19.2

229
221
194
169
139
284
237
190
161
140
121
112
100
108
90.4
80.2
68.7
57.2

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7.0 Hollow sections


7.1.1 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, which fully complies with EN 10210
S355J2H.
The sections have a Charpy impact minimum average energy of 27J
at 20C.
All Celsius hot finished structural hollow sections have an improved
corner profile of 2T maximum.
Celsius SHS Specification
Celsius SHS are manufactured in accordance with the European Standard
for hot finished structural hollow sections EN 10210, 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. 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,
400 x 400mm square and 500 x 300mm rectangular. Details of the regular
and non regular production sizes, thickness and grades are available.

celsius 355

Specification

EN 10210 S355J2H
% max *

Carbon
Silicon
Manganese
Sulphur
Phosphorus
Carbon equivalent
(CEV) max T 16mm
* Up to and including 40mm thick

0.22
0.55
1.60
0.035
0.035
0.45

Mechanical properties

celsius 355

Specification

EN 10210 S355J2H

Tensile Strength Rm
N/mm2: 3 T 65mm
Yield Strength ReH
min. N/mm2: T 16mm
Min Elongation % T 40mm
on gauge length 5.65. S0
Impact properties
Minimum Ave energy (J)
10 x 10mm Specimen at -20C

490 630
355
22

27

A range of Jumbo RHS up to 800 x 800 x 60 are also available.


Sizes, thicknesses and grades other than those shown in this publication
may be available on request.

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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
50 x 30
6.0, 6.4,
5.4 14.6
+150-0
100 x 100
120 x 80
7.5, 10.0 & 12.0
120 x 120
150 x 100
6.0, 6.4
6.0 14.6
+150-0
150 x 150 x 12.5
200 x 100 x 12.5
7.5, 10.0 & 12.0
150 x 150 x 16.0
160 x 160
200 x 120 to
10.0 & 12.0
6.0 15.35
+150-0
400 x 400 x 16.0
450 x 250 x 16.0

500 x 300 16.0
10.0 & 12.0
6.0 15.15
+150-0
uti = up to and including

Seamless
Standard random
lengths m

10 11.2

Circular hollow sections length ranges and tolerances


Size
Squares
mm
21.3 42.4
48.3
60.3 114.3
139.7
168.3 193.7
219.1 508.0
uti = up to and including

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Welded
Thickness
Standard mill
Special mill
mm
lengths m
lengths m
all
6.0, 6.4 & 7.5
5.4 7.5
all
6.0, 6.4, 7.5 & 10.0
5.4 14.6
all
6.0, 6.4, 7.5 & 10.0
5.0 14.6
all
7.5, 10.0
6.0 14.6
all
7.5, 10.0 & 12.0
6.0 14.6
all
10.0 & 12.0
6.0 14.5

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Tolerance
mm
+150-0
+150-0
+150-0
+150-0
+150-0
+150-0

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Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1:2006


Tolerances to EN 10210-2

Outside
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

D
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
26.9
3.2
1.87
2.38
33.7
2.6
1.99
2.54

3.2
2.41
3.07

4.0
2.93
3.73
42.4
3.2
3.09
3.94

4.0
3.79
4.83
48.3
3.2
3.56
4.53

4.0
4.37
5.57

5.0
5.34
6.80
60.3
3.2
4.51
5.74

4.0
5.55
7.07

5.0
6.82
8.69
76.1
2.9
5.24
6.67

3.2
5.75
7.33

4.0
7.11
9.06

5.0
8.77
11.2
88.9
3.2
6.76
8.62

4.0
8.38
10.7

5.0
10.3
13.2

6.3
12.8
16.3
114.3
3.2
8.77
11.2

3.6
9.83
12.5

4.0
10.9
13.9

5.0
13.5
17.2

6.3
16.8
21.4
139.7
5.0
16.6
21.2

6.3
20.7
26.4

8.0
26.0
33.1

10
32.0
40.7
168.3
5.0
20.1
25.7

6.3
25.2
32.1

8.0
31.6
40.3

10.0
39.0
49.7

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
535
503
415
341
323
264
281
229
187
222
180
147
191
174
141
114
148
119
96.7
77.9
114
102
92.0
74.2
59.6
60.2
48.2
38.5
31.3
49.7
39.7
31.6
25.6

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Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

D
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
193.7
5.0
23.3
29.6

6.3
29.1
37.1

8.0
36.6
46.7

10.0
45.3
57.7
219.1
5.0
26.4
33.6

6.3
33.1
42.1

8.0
41.6
53.1

10.0
51.6
65.7

12.5
63.7
81.1
244.5
8.0
46.7
59.4

10.0
57.8
73.7

12.5
71.5
91.1

16.0
90.2
115
273
6.3
41.4
52.8

8.0
52.3
66.6

10.0
64.9
82.6

12.5
80.3
102

16.0
101
129
323.9
6.3
49.3
62.9

8.0
62.3
79.4

10.0
77.4
98.6

12.5
96.0
122

16.0
121
155
355.6
16.0
134
171
406.4
12.5
121
155

16.0
154
196
457
16.0
174
222
508
10.0
123
156

12.5
153
195

16.0
194
247

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
43.0
34.3
27.3
22.1
37.9
30.2
24.0
19.4
15.7
21.4
17.3
14.0
11.1
24.1
19.1
15.4
12.5
9.86
20.3
16.0
12.9
10.4
8.23
7.46
8.24
6.49
5.75
8.14
6.55
5.15

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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
1.5
0.4
0.5

2.3
0.7
0.8

3.0
0.9
1.1
25.4 x 25.4
1.5
0.7
0.9

2.3
1.1
1.3

3.0
1.4
1.7
30 x 30
1.5
1.0
1.2

2.3
1.5
1.9

3.0
1.9
2.4
38.1 x 38.1
1.5
1.5
2.0

2.3
2.4
3.0

3.0
3.1
3.9

3.2
3.3
4.2
40 x 40
1.5
1.7
2.2

2.3
2.6
3.3

3.0
3.41
4.34

3.2
3.61
4.60

4.0
4.39
5.59

5.0
5.28
6.73
50 x 50
2.3
3.34
4.25

3.0
4.35
5.54

3.2
4.62
5.88

3.6
5.08
6.47

4.0
5.64
7.19

5.0
6.85
8.73

6.3
8.31
10.6
60 x 60
2.3
4.06
5.17

3.0
5.29
6.74

3.2
5.62
7.16

3.6
6.21
7.91

4.0
6.9
8.79

5.0
8.42
10.7

6.3
10.3
13.1

8.0
12.5
16.0

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Approx.
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
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Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

BxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
70 x 70
3.6
7.4
9.42

5.0
9.99
12.7

6.3
12.3
15.6

8.0
15.0
19.2
75 x 75
2.3
5.43
6.91

3.0
7.08
9.01

3.2
7.55
9.61

3.6
8.49
10.81

4.0
9.44
12.02

4.5
10.62
13.52

5.0
11.80
15.02
80 x 80
3.6
8.53
10.9

4.0
9.41
12.0

5.0
11.6
14.7

6.3
14.2
18.1

8.0
17.5
22.4
90 x 90
3.6
9.66
12.3

4.0
10.7
13.6

5.0
13.1
16.7

6.3
16.2
20.7

8.0
20.1
25.6
100 x 100
2.3
6.84
8.74

3.0
8.93
11.40

3.2
9.52
12.16

3.6
10.71
13.68
100 x 100
4.0
11.9
15.2

4.5
13.39
17.10

5.0
14.7
18.7

6.3
18.2
23.2

8.0
22.6
28.8

10.0
27.4
34.9
114.3 x 114.3
3.2
10.34
13.18

3.6
11.63
14.83

4.0
12.92
16.48

4.5
14.53
18.54

5.0
16.15
20.59

6.0
19.38
24.71

8.0
25.84
32.95

9.0
29.07
37.07

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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

7.1.3 Square hollow sections

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
5.0
17.8
22.7

6.3
22.2
28.2

8.0
27.6
35.2

10.0
33.7
42.9

12.5
40.9
52.1
125 x 125
3.2
8.96
11.39

3.6
10.08
12.81

4.0
11.20
14.24

4.5
12.60
16.02

5.0
14.00
17.80

6.0
16.80
21.36

8.0
22.40
28.48

9.0
25.20
32.03
135 x 135
3.2
12.50
15.89

3.6
14.06
17.88

4.0
15.62
19.86

4.5
17.57
22.34

5.0
19.53
24.83

6.0
23.43
29.79

8.0
31.24
39.72

9.0
35.15
44.69

10.0
39.05
49.65
140 x 140
5.0
21.0
26.7

6.3
26.1
33.3

8.0
32.6
41.6

10.0
40.0
50.9

12.5
48.7
62.1
150 x 150
5.0
22.6
28.7

6.3
28.1
35.8

8.0
35.1
44.8

10.0
43.1
54.9

12.5
52.7
67.1

16.0
65.2
83.0
160 x 160
5.0
24.1
30.7

6.3
30.1
38.3

8.0
37.6
48.0

10.0
46.3
58.9

12.5
56.6
72.1

84

x
t

Approx.
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

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Size
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

BxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
175 x 175
3.6
20.76
26.44

4.0
23.06
29.38

4.5
25.95
33.05

5.0
28.83
36.73

6.0
34.60
44.07

8.0
46.13
58.76

9.0
51.90
66.11

10.0
57.66
73.45

11.0
63.43
80.80
180 x 180
6.3
34.0
43.3

8.0
42.7
54.4

10.0
52.5
66.9

12.5
64.4
82.1

16.0
80.2
102
200 x 200
4.0
24.32
30.96

4.5
27.36
34.83

5.0
30.4
38.7

6.3
38.0
48.4

8.0
47.7
60.8

9.0
52.92
67.41

10.0
58.8
74.9

11.0
64.68
82.39

12.5
72.3
92.1

16.0
90.3
115
250 x 250
4.5
34.21
43.57

5.0
38.02
48.41

6.3
47.9
61.0

8.0
60.3
76.8

9.0
67.05
85.41

10.0
74.5
94.9

11.0
81.95
104.39

12.5
91.9
117

16.0
115
147
300 x 300
6.3
57.8
73.6

8.0
72.8
92.8

9.0
81.18
103.5

10.0
90.2
115

11.0
99.22
126.5

12.5
112
142

16.0
141
179

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Approx.
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

7.1.3 Square hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1:2006


Tolerances to EN 10210-2

x
t

7.1.4 Rectangular hollow sections

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
350 x 350
6.0
64.05
81.75

8.0
85.4
109

9.0
95.4
121.5

10.0
106
135

11.0
116.6
148.5

12.5
131
167

16.0
166
211
400 x 400
6.0
73.20
93.00

8.0
97.60
124.00

9.0
109.80
139.50

10.0
122
155

11.0
134.2
170.5

12.5
151
192

16.0
191
243

86

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
16
12
10
9
9
8
6
14
10
9
8
7
7
5

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Size
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

HxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
30 x 20
1.5
0.54
0.69

2.3
0.83
1.06

3.0
1.09
1.39
40 x 20
1.5
0.73
0.92

2.3
1.11
1.42

3.0
1.45
1.85
40 x 30
1.5
1.09
1.39

2.3
1.67
2.12

3.0
2.18
2.77
50 x 25
1.5
1.13
1.44

2.3
1.74
2.21

3.0
2.27
2.89

3.2
2.42
3.08
50 x 30
1.5
1.69
2.16

2.3
2.59
3.31

3.0
3.38
4.31

3.2
3.61
4.60
60 x 40
1.5
2.18
2.77

2.3
3.34
4.25

3.0
4.35
5.54

3.2
4.64
5.91

4.0
5.64
7.19

5.0
6.85
8.73
75 x 45
2.3
4.69
5.97

3.0
6.12
7.79

3.2
6.53
8.31

3.6
7.34
9.35

4.0
8.16
10.39
80 x 40
3.2
5.62
7.16

4.0
6.9
8.79

5.0
8.42
10.7

6.3
10.3
13.1

8.0
12.5
16.0

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x
t

Approx.
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

7.1.4 Rectangular hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1.


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
3.6
7.4
9.42

5.0
9.99
12.7

6.3
12.3
15.6
100 x 50
2.3
5.14
6.55

3.0
6.71
8.54

3.2
7.13
9.08

3.6
8.02
10.22

4.0
8.78
11.2

4.5
9.88
12.60

5.0
10.8
13.7

6.3
13.3
16.9

8.0
16.3
20.8
100 x 60
2.3
5.45
6.96

3.0
7.11
9.08

3.2
7.58
9.69

3.6
8.53
10.9

4.0
9.48
12.11

4.5
10.66
13.63

5.0
11.6
14.7

6.3
14.2
18.1

8.0
17.5
22.4
100 x 80
2.3
7.27
9.29

3.0
9.48
12.11

3.2
10.11
12.92

3.6
11.37
14.53

4.0
12.64
16.15

4.5
14.22
18.17

5.0
15.80
20.19
100 x 125
3.2
15.80
20.19

3.6
17.77
22.71

4.0
19.75
25.23

4.5
22.21
28.39

5.0
24.68
31.54

6.0
29.62
37.85

8.0
39.49
50.46

9.0
44.43
56.77

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

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Size
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

HxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
120 x 60
3.6
9.66
12.3

5.0
13.1
16.7

6.3
16.2
20.7

8.0
20.1
25.6
120 x 80
5.0
14.7
18.7

6.3
18.2
23.2

8.0
22.6
28.8

10.0
27.4
34.9
125 x 50
2.3
5.68
7.25

3.0
7.40
9.46

3.2
7.90
10.09

3.6
8.89
11.35

4.0
9.87
12.62

4.5
11.11
14.19

5.0
12.34
15.77
150 x 100
5.0
18.6
23.7

6.3
23.1
29.5

8.0
28.9
36.8

10.0
35.3
44.9

12.5
42.8
54.6
160 x 80
4.0
14.4
18.4

5.0
17.8
22.7

6.3
22.2
28.2

8.0
27.6
35.2

10.0
33.7
42.9
200 x 100
3.6
16.27
20.66

4.0
18.08
22.96

4.5
20.34
25.83

5.0
22.6
28.7

6.3
28.1
35.8

8.0
35.1
44.8

9.0
39.49
50.40

10.0
43.1
54.9

11.0
47.41
60.39

12.5
52.7
67.1
200 x 120
5.0
24.1
30.7

6.3
30.1
38.3

8.0
37.6
48.0

10.0
46.3
58.9

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Approx.
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

7.1.4 Rectangular hollow sections

x
t

Dimensions and properties to EN 10210-1.


Tolerances to EN 10210-2

7.1.5 Jumbo rectangular hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136

Approx.
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

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t

Size
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

HxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
200 x 150
8.0
41.4
52.8

10.0
51.0
64.9
250 x 100
10.0
51.0
64.9

12.5
62.5
79.6
250 x 150
5.0
30.4
38.7

6.3
38.0
48.4

8.0
47.7
60.8

10.0
58.8
74.9

12.5
72.3
92.1

16.0
90.3
115
300 x 100
8.0
47.7
60.8

10.0
58.8
74.9
300 x 200
6.3
47.9
61.0

8.0
60.3
76.8

10.0
74.5
94.9

12.5
91.9
117

16.0
115
147
400 x 200
8.0
72.8
92.8

10.0
90.2
115

12.5
112
142

16.0
141
179

90

Size
Thickness
Mass
Sectional
diameter
area

HxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
450 x 250
8.0
85.4
109

10.0
106
135

12.5
131
167

16.0
166
211
500 x 300
8.0
97.9
125

10.0
122
155

12.5
151
192

16.0
191
243

19.0
220
280

20.0
235
300

22.0
251
320

25.0
282
359
550 x 350
12.0
162
207

16.0
213
271

19.0
250
318

22.0
286
364

25.0
321
409

28.0
355
452
600 x 400
12.0
181
231

16.0
238
303

19.0
280
356

22.0
320
408

25.0
360
459

28.0
399
508

32.0
450
573
650 x 450
16.0
263
335

19.0
309
394

22.0
335
452

25.0
399
509

28.0
443
564

32.0
500
637

36.0
555
707
750 x 500
16.0
301
383

19.0
354
451

22.0
407
518

25.0
458
584

28.0
509
648

32.0
575
733

36.0
640
815

40.0
702
895

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
12.00
9.00
8.00
6.00
10.00
8.00
7.00
5.00
4.55
4.00
3.98
3.55
6.17
4.70
4.00
3.50
3.12
2.82
5.53
4.20
3.58
3.12
2.78
2.51
2.22
3.80
3.23
2.82
2.50
2.26
2.00
1.80
3.32
2.82
2.46
2.18
1.96
1.74
1.56
1.42

91

7.1.6 Jumbo square hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136

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.
length/
tonne
m/t
5.26
4.61
4.12
3.98
3.55
3.21
6.17
4.70
4.00
3.50
3.12
2.82
2.50
5.53
4.20
3.58
3.12
2.78
2.51
2.22
2.01
3.80
3.23
2.82
2.50
2.26
2.00
1.80
1.64
3.47
2.95
2.57
2.28
2.05
1.82
1.64
1.49
1.35
1.23

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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.
length/
tonne
m/t
3.19
2.71
2.36
2.09
1.88
1.67
1.50
1.36
1.23
1.12
1.03
0.963
2.95
2.51
2.18
1.93
1.74
1.54
1.38
1.26
1.13
1.03
0.950
0.883
2.75
2.33
2.03
1.80
1.62
1.43
1.28
1.16
1.05
0.954
0.878
0.815

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.
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d
y

7.1.6 Jumbo square hollow sections


Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136

x
t

7.1.7 Jumbo circular hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to JIS G3136

t
y

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.
length/
tonne
m/t
2.57
2.18
1.90
1.68
1.51
1.33
1.19
1.08
0.975
0.887
0.816
0.757

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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

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
4.24
3.75
3.38
2.98
2.68
2.43
3.79
3.36
3.02
2.66
2.39
2.17
3.04
2.73
2.40
2.15
1.95
2.49
2.19
1.96
1.78
2.29
2.02
1.81
1.64
2.12
1.87
1.67
1.51

95

d
y

7.1.8 Celsius Ovals

x
t

Celsius Ovals






Inspection and Testing


Celsius 355 Ovals are submitted to specific inspection and testing,
and supplied with an inspection certificate to EN 10204 type 3.1.

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.

Celsius 355 Ovals are produced in a standard grade, which fully complies
with EN 10210 S355J2H. The grade has a Charpy impact minimum average
energy of 27J at 20C.
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. Celsius 355 Ovals are supplied as
standard to quality J2 making them suitable for all internal and external
applications to BS 5950-1:2000.
Celsius 355 Ovals are produced by the Electric Weld (EW) process in sizes
from 150 x 75mm up to 500 x 250mm. Details of the sizes and thicknesses
are shown on the following page.

Examples:
Celsius 355 Ovals 400 x 200 x 10.0 EN 10210 S355J2H
Dimensional tolerances
Specification
EN 10210 S355J2H
Outside dimension (B and H)
1% with a min of 0.5mm
Thickness (T)
10%
Note. Positive deviation limited

by mass tolerance
Mass (M)
6% on individual lengths
Straightness
Maximum 0.2% of the total length.
Length
+150mm-0
Celsius 355 Ovals sizes and thicknesses
Size mm

Thickness mm
3.2
3.6
4.0

5.0

6.3

8.0

10.0

12.5

16.0 Mill lengths

Elliptical
150 x 75

7.5, 10.0

200 x 100

7.5, 10.0, 12.0

250 x 125

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7.5, 10.0, 12.0

300 x 150

10.0, 12.0

400 x 200

10.0, 12.0

500 x 250

10.0, 12.0

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Dimensions and properties to EN 10210:Part 1


Tolerances EN 10210:Part 2

7.2.1 Strongbox & Hybox cold-formed


structural hollow sections

Size
Thickness
Mass
Area


HxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
150 x 75
3.2
8.63
11.0

3.6
9.67
12.3

4.0
10.7
13.6

5.0
13.3
16.9

6.3
16.5
21.0
200 x 100
5.0
17.9
22.8

6.3
22.3
28.4

8.0
28.0
35.7

10.0
34.5
44.0

12.5
42.4
54.0
250 x 125
5.0
22.5
28.7

6.3
28.2
35.9

8.0
35.4
45.1

10.0
43.8
55.8

12.5
53.9
68.7
300 x 150
5.0
27.1
34.6

6.3
34.0
43.3

8.0
42.8
54.5

10.0
53.0
67.5

12.5
65.5
83.4

16.0
82.5
105
400 x 200
5.0
36.4
46.3

6.3
45.6
58.1

8.0
57.6
73.4

10.0
71.5
91.1

12.5
88.6
113

16.0
112
143
500 x 250
6.3
57.3
73.0

8.0
72.4
92.2

10.0
90.0
115

12.5
112
142

16.0
142
180

98

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
116
103
93.4
75.4
60.6
55.9
44.8
35.7
29.0
23.6
44.4
35.5
28.2
22.8
18.5
36.9
29.4
23.4
18.9
15.3
12.1
27.5
21.9
17.4
14.0
11.3
8.92
17.5
13.8
11.1
8.95
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The Tata Steel Group manufactures cold-formed structural hollow sections


under two registered trade names Strongbox and Hybox.
The Strongbox material, which provides a minimum yield strength of
235 N/mm2, is manufactured in accordance with an internal specification.
It offers a consistent profile, which fully complies with the dimensional
tolerances of EN10219, excluding mass. Hybox 355 fully complies with the
European Standard for cold formed structural hollow sections, EN10219
S355 J2H and is used in a wide range of construction and mechanical
related applications including wind bracing and machinery.
Strongbox 235 provides the strength with weldability, 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. 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.
Strongbox 235 is supplied as standard with a test report 2.2 to EN10204
and in standard lengths of 7.5 metres. Special mill lengths from 6 metres
up to 14 metres are available by arrangement. Hybox 355 is supplied with
a test report 3.1 to EN10204. Standard lengths are 7.5 metres and 12.0
metres, with special mill lengths from 6 metres up to 18 metres available
by arrangement.
Strongbox 235 is available in sizes from 26.9 x 2.0 OD up to and including
139.7 x 6 OD in our circular hollow sections range and from 25 x 25 x 2.0
up to and including 150 x 150 x 8 and the equivalent rectangles in our
rectangular hollow sections range.
Hybox355 is available in sizes from 26.9 x 2.0 OD up to and including
508.0 x 16 OD in our circular hollow sections range and from 25 x 25 x 2.0
up to and including 300 x 300 x 12.5 and the equivalent rectangles in our
rectangular hollow section range.

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7.2.2  Cold-formed circular hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1:2006


Tolerances to EN 10219-2

Outside
Thickness
Mass
Area
diameter

D
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
26.9
2.0
1.23
1.56

2.5
1.50
1.92

3.0
1.77
2.25
33.7
2.0
1.56
1.80

2.5
1.92
2.45

3.0
2.27
2.89

4.0
2.93
3.40
42.4
2.5
2.46
3.13

3.0
2.91
3.71
48.3
2.5
2.82
3.60

3.0
3.35
4.27

3.5
3.87
4.93

4.0
4.37
5.57
60.3
3.0
4.24
5.40

3.5
4.90
6.25

4.0
5.55
7.07
76.1
2.5
4.54
5.78

3.0
5.41
6.89

3.5
6.27
7.22

4.0
7.11
9.06
88.9
3.0
6.36
8.10

3.5
7.37
9.39

4.0
8.38
10.7

5.0
10.3
13.2
114.3
3.0
8.23
10.5

3.5
9.56
12.2

4.0
10.9
13.9

5.0
13.5
17.2

6.0
16.0
20.4
139.7
4.0
13.4
17.1

5.0
16.6
21.2

6.0
19.8
25.2

8.0
26.0
33.1

10.0
32.0
40.7

100

Approx.
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
96.7
121
105
91.9
74.2
62.4
74.7
60.2
50.5
38.5
31.3

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Outside
Thickness
Mass
Area
diameter

D
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
168.3
4.0
16.2
20.6

5.0
20.1
25.7

6.0
24.0
30.6

8.0
31.6
40.3

10.0
39.0
49.7

12.5
48.0
61.2
193.7
4.0
18.7
23.8

4.5
21.0
26.7

5.0
23.3
29.6

6.0
27.8
35.4

8.0
36.6
46.7

10.0
45.3
57.7

12.5
55.9
71.2
219.1
4.5
23.8
30.3

5.0
26.4
33.6

6.0
31.5
40.2

8.0
41.6
53.1

10.0
51.6
65.7

12.0
61.3
78.1

12.5
63.7
81.1

16.0
80.1
102
244.5
5.0
29.5
37.6

6.0
35.3
45.0

8.0
46.7
59.4

10.0
57.8
73.7

12.0
68.8
87.7

12.5
71.5
91.1

16.0
90.2
115
273.0
5.0
33.0
42.1

6.0
39.5
50.3

8.0
52.3
66.6

10.0
64.9
82.6

12.0
77.2
98.4

12.5
80.3
102

16.0
101
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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
61.7
49.7
41.6
31.6
25.6
20.8
53.4
47.6
43.0
36.0
27.3
22.1
17.9
42.0
37.9
31.7
24.0
19.4
16.3
15.7
12.5
33.9
28.3
21.4
17.3
14.5
14.0
11.1
30.3
25.3
19.1
15.4
12.9
12.5
9.86

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hollow sections

Dimensions and properties to EN 10219-1


Tolerances to EN 10219-2

Outside
Thickness
Mass
Area
diameter

D
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
323.9
5.0
39.3
50.1

6.0
47.0
59.9

8.0
62.3
79.4

10.0
77.4
98.6

12.0
92.3
118

12.5
96.0
122

16.0
121
155
355.6
5.0
43.2
55.1

6.0
51.7
65.9

8.0
68.6
87.4

10.0
85.2
109

12.0
102
130

12.5
106
135

16.0
134
171
406.4
6.0
59.2
75.5

8.0
78.6
100

10.0
97.8
125

12.0
117
149

12.5
121
155

16.0
154
196
457.0
6.0
66.7
85

8.0
88.6
113

10.0
110
140

12.0
132
168

12.5
137
175

16.0
174
222
508.0
6.0
74.3
95

8.0
98.6
126

10.0
123
156

12.0
147
187

12.5
153
195

16.0
194
247

102

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
25.4
21.3
16.0
12.9
10.8
10.4
8.23
23.1
19.3
14.6
11.7
9.83
9.45
7.46
16.9
12.7
10.2
8.57
8.2
6.5
15.0
11.3
9.07
7.59
7.30
5.75
13.5
10.1
8.14
6.81
6.55
5.15

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7.2.3 Cold-formed square


hollow sections

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
2.0
1.36
1.74

2.5
1.64
2.09

3.0
1.89
2.41
30 x 30
2.0
1.68
2.14

2.5
2.03
2.59

3.0
2.36
3.01
40 x 40
2.0
2.31
2.94

2.5
2.82
3.59

3.0
3.30
4.21

4.0
4.20
5.35
50 x 50
2.0
2.93
3.74

2.5
3.60
4.59

3.0
4.25
5.41

4.0
5.45
6.95

5.0
6.56
8.36
60 x 60
2.0
3.56
4.09

2.5
4.39
5.04

3.0
5.19
6.61

4.0
6.71
8.55

5.0
8.13
10.4
70 x 70
2.5
5.17
6.59

3.0
6.13
7.81

3.5
7.06
8.99

4.0
7.97
10.1

5.0
9.70
12.4
80 x 80
3.0
7.07
9.0

3.5
8.16
10.4

4.0
9.22
11.7

5.0
11.3
14.4

6.0
13.2
16.8
90 x 90
3.0
8.01
10.2

3.5
9.26
11.8

4.0
10.5
13.3

5.0
12.8
16.4

6.0
15.1
19.2

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t

y
b

Approx.
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
88.7
75.7
125
108
95.4
77.9
66.2

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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
3.0
8.96
11.4

4.0
11.7
14.9

5.0
14.4
18.4

6.0
17.0
21.6

8.0
21.4
27.2
120 x 120
4.0
14.2
18.1

5.0
17.5
22.4

6.0
20.7
26.4

8.0
26.4
33.6

10.0
31.8
40.6
140 x 140
4.0
16.8
21.3

5.0
20.7
26.4

6.0
24.5
31.2

8.0
31.4
40.0

10.0
38.1
48.6
150 x 150
4.0
18.0
22.9

5.0
22.3
28.4

6.0
26.4
33.6

8.0
33.9
43.2

10.0
41.3
52.6
160 x 160
4.0
19.3
24.5

5.0
23.8
30.4

6.0
28.3
36.0

8.0
36.5
46.4

10.0
44.4
56.6
180 x 180
5.0
27.0
34.4

6.0
32.1
40.8

8.0
41.5
52.8

10.0
50.7
64.6

12.0
58.5
74.5

12.5
60.5
77.0
200 x 200
5.0
30.1
38.4

6.0
35.8
45.6

8.0
46.5
59.2

10.0
57.0
72.6

12.0
66.0
84.1

12.5
68.3
87.0

104

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
112
85.2
69.4
58.9
46.8
70.2
57.0
48.2
37.9
31.4
59.7
48.3
40.8
31.8
26.2
55.5
44.9
37.9
29.5
24.2
51.9
42.0
35.4
27.4
22.5
37.1
31.2
24.1
19.7
17.1
16.5
33.2
27.9
21.5
17.6
15.2
14.6

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Size
Thickness
Mass
Area


BxB
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
250 x 250
6.0
45.2
57.6

8.0
59.1
75.2

10.0
72.7
92.6

12.0
84.8
108

12.5
88.0
112
300 x 300
8.0
71.6
91.2

10.0
88.4
113

12.0
104
132

12.5
108
137

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
22.1
16.9
13.8
11.8
11.4
14.0
11.3
9.65
9.3

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7.2.4 Cold-formed rectangular hollow sections

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
2.0
2.15
2.74

2.5
2.62
3.34

3.0
3.07
3.91
50 x 30
2.0
2.31
2.94

2.5
2.82
3.59

3.0
3.30
4.21

4.0
4.20
5.35
60 x 30
3.0
3.77
4.81

4.0
4.83
6.15
60 x 40
2.5
3.60
4.59

3.0
4.25
5.41

4.0
5.45
6.95

5.0
6.56
8.36
70 x 40
3.0
4.72
6.01

4.0
6.08
7.75
70 x 50
3.0
5.19
6.61

4.0
6.71
8.55
80 x 40
3.0
5.19
6.61

4.0
6.71
8.55

5.0
8.13
10.4
80 x 50
3.0
5.66
7.21

4.0
7.34
9.35

5.0
8.91
11.4
80 x 60
3.0
6.13
7.81

4.0
7.97
10.1

5.0
9.70
12.4
90 x 50
3.0
6.13
7.81

3.5
7.06
8.99

4.0
7.97
10.1

5.0
9.70
12.4

106

x
t

Approx.
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

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Size
Thickness
Mass
Area


H x B
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
100 x 40
3.0
6.13
7.81

4.0
7.97
10.1

5.0
9.70
12.4
100 x 50
3.0
6.60
8.41

4.0
8.59
10.9

5.0
10.5
13.4

6.0
12.3
15.6
100 x 60
3.0
7.07
9.01

3.5
8.16
10.4

4.0
9.22
11.7

5.0
11.3
14.4

6.0
13.2
16.8
100 x 80
3.0
8.01
10.2

4.0
10.5
13.3

5.0
12.8
16.4
120 x 40
3.0
7.07
9.01

4.0
9.22
11.7

5.0
11.3
14.4
120 x 60
3.0
8.01
10.2

3.5
9.26
11.8

4.0
10.5
13.3

5.0
12.8
16.4

6.0
15.1
19.2
120 x 80
4.0
11.7
14.9

5.0
14.4
18.4

6.0
17.0
21.6

8.0
21.4
27.2
140 x 80
3.0
9.90
12.6

4.0
13.0
16.5

5.0
16.0
20.4

6.0
18.9
24.0

8.0
23.9
30.4

10.0
28.7
36.6

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Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
163
126
103
152
116
95.4
81.5
141
123
108
88.7
75.7
125
95.4
77.9
141
108
88.7
125
1080
95.4
77.9
66.2
85.2
69.4
58.9
46.8
101
77.0
62.6
53.0
41.8
34.8

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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
14.9
18.9

5.0
18.3
23.4

6.0
21.7
27.6

8.0
27.7
35.2

10.0
33.4
42.6
160 x 80
4.0
14.2
18.1

5.0
17.5
22.4

6.0
20.7
26.4

8.0
26.4
33.6
180 x 80
4.0
15.5
19.7

5.0
19.1
24.4

6.0
22.6
28.8

8.0
28.9
36.8

10.0
35.0
44.6
180 x 100
4.0
16.8
21.3

5.0
20.7
26.4

6.0
24.5
31.2

8.0
31.4
40.0

10.0
38.1
48.6
200 x 100
4.0
18.0
22.9

5.0
22.3
28.4

6.0
26.4
33.6

8.0
33.9
43.2

10.0
41.3
52.6
200 x 120
4.0
19.3
24.5

5.0
23.8
30.4

6.0
28.3
36.0

8.0
36.5
46.4

10.0
44.4
56.6
200 x 150
4.0
21.2
26.9

5.0
26.2
33.4

6.0
31.1
39.6

8.0
40.2
51.2

10.0
49.1
62.6

108

x
t

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
67.2
54.5
46.1
36.0
29.9
70.2
57.0
48.2
37.9
64.5
52.3
44.2
34.6
28.6
59.7
48.3
40.8
31.8
26.2
55.5
44.9
37.9
29.5
24.2
51.9
42.0
35.4
27.4
22.5
47.3
38.2
32.1
24.9
20.4

Tata Steel International

Size
Thickness
Mass
Area


H x B
T
M
A
mm
mm
kg/m
cm2
250 x 150
5.0
30.1
38.4

6.0
35.8
45.6

8.0
46.5
59.2

10.0
57.0
72.6

12.0
66.0
84.1

12.5
68.3
87.0
300 x 100
6.0
35.8
45.6

8.0
46.5
59.2

10.0
57.0
72.6

12.5
68.3
87.0
300 x 200
6.0
45.2
57.6

8.0
59.1
75.2

10.0
72.7
92.6

12.0
84.8
108

12.5
88.0
112
400 x 200
8.0
71.6
91.2

10.0
88.4
113

12.0
104
132

12.5
108
137

Tata Steel International

Approx.
length/
tonne
m/t
33.2
27.9
21.5
17.6
15.2
14.6
27.9
21.5
17.6
14.6
22.1
16.9
13.8
11.8
11.4
14.0
11.3
9.6
9.30

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8.0 Pipe and tube products


8.1 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. We are able to offer quality
pipes from a network of reputable manufacturers and stockists worldwide,
including from our own manufacturing pipe mills.

ASTM Metric, 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. With in-house technical specialists
and access to the Tata Steel Group network of technical assistance, we can
provide product and technical advice.

in
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
1
1
1
1
114
114
114
114
114
114
114
114
2
2
2
2
212
212
212
212
3
3
3
3
312
312
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

As a business we can deliver comprehensive pipe solutions, meeting


the specific and bespoke needs of your project. This is achieved through
project-managed packages of seamless and welded pipes, coatings and
ancillaries. We can also resolve the complex logistics issues of supply in
a global marketplace.
Mass per unit length can be calculated using the following equations
for Carbon Steel pipe:
Metric for ASTM, where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.0246615
(D-t)t
Metric for API, where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) =
0.02466 (D-t)t
Imperial, where D and t are measured in inches: M (lb/ft) = 10.68 (D-t)t
Where D = outside diameter & t = thickness.
API work to 1 decimal place whereas ASTM/ASME work to an accuracy
of 2 decimal places.
Typical Grades Offered

Welded
Seamless
ASTM A53, A671, A672, A691 A53, A106, A333, A335
API
5L, 5LX, 5CT
5L, 5LX, 5CT
DIN
1626, 17172
1629, 17175
BS
3059, 3601, 3602
3601, 3602
EN
10208, 10217
10216
ISO
3183
3183

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0.0246615 (D-t)t

Nominal
pipe size

Actual
Identification
OD
in
0.840
0.840
0.840
0.840
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
2.375
2.375
2.375
2.375
2.875
2.875
2.875
2.875
3.500
3.500
3.500
3.500
4
4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
5.563
5.563
5.563
5.563

mm
21.3
21.3
21.3
21.3
26.7
26.7
26.7
26.7
33.4
33.4
33.4
33.4
42.2
42.2
42.2
42.2
48.3
48.3
48.3
48.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
73.0
73.0
73.0
73.0
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
101.6
101.6
114.3
114.3
114.3
114.3
141.3
141.3
141.3
141.3

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
0.109
0.174
0.188
0.294
0.113
0.154
0.219
0.308
0.133
0.179
0.250
0.358
0.140
0.191
0.250
0.382
0.145
0.200
0.281
0.400
0.154
0.218
0.344
0.436
0.203
0.276
0.375
0.552
0.216
0.300
0.438
0.600
0.226
0.318
0.237
0.337
0.531
0.674
0.258
0.375
0.625
0.750

mm
2.77
3.73
4.78
7.47
2.87
3.91
5.56
7.82
3.38
4.55
6.35
9.09
3.56
4.85
6.35
9.70
3.68
5.08
7.14
10.15
3.91
5.54
8.74
11.07
5.16
7.01
9.53
14.02
5.49
7.62
11.13
15.24
5.74
8.08
6.02
8.56
13.49
17.12
6.55
9.53
15.88
19.05

Mass
kg/m
1.27
1.62
1.95
2.55
1.69
2.20
2.90
3.64
2.50
3.24
4.24
5.45
3.39
4.47
5.61
7.77
4.07
5.43
7.21
9.58
5.42
7.43
11.07
13.47
8.69
11.39
14.88
20.37
11.29
15.27
21.35
27.68
13.57
18.63
16.07
22.32
33.54
41.03
21.77
30.97
49.11
57.43
111

8.1 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
6.625
6.625
6.625
6.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
10.750
10.750
10.750
10.750
10.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
16.000
16.000
16.000
16.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
22.000
22.000
22.000
22.000
24.000
24.000
24.000
24.000
24.000

mm
168.3
168.3
168.3
168.3
219.1
219.1
219.1
219.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
355.6
355.6
355.6
355.6
355.6
406.4
406.4
406.4
406.4
457.0
457.0
457.0
457.0
457.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
559.0
559.0
559.0
559.0
610.0
610.0
610.0
610.0
610.0

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
0.280
0.432
0.719
0.864
0.322
0.500
0.875
0.906
0.365
0.500
0.594
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.406
0.500
0.688
1.000
1.312
0.375
0.438
0.500
0.750
1.406
0.375
0.500
0.844
1.594
0.375
0.500
0.562
0.938
1.781
0.375
0.500
0.594
1.031
1.956
0.375
0.500
1.125
2.125
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.219
2.344

mm
7.11
10.97
18.26
21.95
8.18
12.70
22.23
23.01
9.27
12.70
15.09
25.40
28.58
9.53
10.31
12.70
17.48
25.40
33.32
9.53
11.13
12.70
19.05
35.71
9.53
12.70
21.44
40.49
9.53
12.70
14.27
23.83
45.24
9.53
12.70
15.09
26.19
50.01
9.53
12.70
28.58
53.98
9.53
12.70
17.48
30.96
59.54

Mass

Nominal
pipe size

kg/m
28.26
42.56
67.56
79.22
42.55
64.64
107.92
111.27
60.50
81.55
96.01
155.15
172.44
73.65
79.73
97.46
132.08
186.97
238.63
81.08
94.30
107.39
158.49
281.63
93.27
123.30
203.53
365.35
104.84
139.15
156.11
254.55
459.37
117.15
155.12
183.42
311.17
564.81
129.13
171.09
373.83
672.26
129.59
187.06
255.41
442.08
808.22

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
26.000
26.000
28.000
28.000
28.000
30.000
30.000
30.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
34.000
34.000
34.000
34.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
46.000
46.000
46.000
46.000
46.000

mm
660.0
660.0
660.0
711.0
711.0
711.0
762.0
762.0
762.0
813.0
813.0
813.0
813.0
864.0
864.0
864.0
864.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0

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
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250

mm
9.53
12.70
25.40
9.53
12.70
25.40
9.53
12.70
25.40
9.53
12.70
17.48
25.40
9.53
12.70
17.48
25.40
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75

Mass
kg/m
152.39
202.72
397.49
164.34
218.69
429.44
179.29
234.67
461.38
188.24
250.64
343.30
493.32
200.18
266.61
365.31
525.27
211.90
282.27
421.50
556.59
691.81
223.84
298.24
445.52
588.53
731.80
235.79
314.22
469.55
620.48
770.62
248.52
330.19
492.30
652.42
810.55
260.50
346.16
516.26
684.37
850.48
272.25
351.82
539.76
715.68
889.63
113

8.1 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
48.000
48.000
48.000
48.000
48.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
68.000
68.000
68.000
68.000
72.000
72.000
72.000
72.000
76.000
76.000
76.000
76.000
80.000
80.000
80.000
80.000
84.000
84.000
84.000
84.000

mm
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1727.0
1727.0
1727.0
1727.0
1829.0
1829.0
1829.0
1829.0
1930.0
1930.0
1930.0
1930.0
2032.0
2032.0
2032.0
2032.0
2133.0
2133.0
2133.0
2133.0

STD
XS










































Schd












































Wall
Thickness
in
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.625
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.625
0.750
1.000
1.250

mm
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
9.53
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
12.70
19.05
25.40
31.75
15.88
19.05
25.40
31.75
15.88
19.05
25.40
31.75

Mass
kg/m
284.24
377.79
563.70
747.63
929.56
307.25
409.74
613.20
811.52
1010.98
331.94
441.37
660.77
874.78
1090.18
355.92
473.31
708.82
938.67
1170.17
379.89
505.26
756.86
1002.56
1250.15
536.89
804.43
1065.82
1329.36
568.83
852.47
1129.69
1409.34
600.46
900.05
1192.97
1488.55
790.50
948.09
1256.86
1568.53
829.07
993.08
1320.12
1645.18

Tata Steel International

API 5L Metric, where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) =


0.02466 (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
114
114
114
114
112
112
112
112
2
2
2
2
212
212
212
212
3
3
3
3
312
312
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

Actual
Identification
OD
in
0.840
0.840
0.840
0.840
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
2.375
2.375
2.375
2.375
2.875
2.875
2.875
2.875
3.500
3.500
3.500
3.500
4
4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
5.563
5.563
5.563
5.563

mm
21.3
21.3
21.3
21.3
26.7
26.7
26.7
26.7
33.4
33.4
33.4
33.4
42.2
42.2
42.2
42.2
48.3
48.3
48.3
48.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
73.0
73.0
73.0
73.0
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
101.6
101.6
114.3
114.3
114.3
114.3
141.3
141.3
141.3
141.3

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
0.109
0.174
0.188
0.294
0.113
0.154
0.219
0.308
0.133
0.179
0.250
0.358
0.140
0.191
0.250
0.382
0.145
0.200
0.281
0.400
0.154
0.218
0.344
0.436
0.203
0.276
0.375
0.552
0.216
0.300
0.438
0.600
0.226
0.318
0.237
0.337
0.531
0.674
0.258
0.375
0.625
0.750

mm
2.8
3.7
4.8
7.5
2.9
3.9
5.6
7.8
3.4
4.6
6.4
9.1
3.6
4.9
6.4
9.7
3.7
5.1
7.1
10.2
3.9
5.5
8.7
11.1
5.2
7.0
9.5
14.0
5.5
7.6
11.1
15.2
5.7
8.1
6.0
8.6
13.5
17.1
6.6
9.5
15.9
19.1

Mass
kg/m
1.27
1.62
1.95
2.55
1.69
2.20
2.90
3.64
2.50
3.24
4.24
5.45
3.39
4.47
5.61
7.77
4.07
5.43
7.21
9.58
5.42
7.43
11.07
13.47
8.69
11.39
14.88
20.37
11.29
15.27
21.35
27.68
13.57
18.63
16.07
22.32
33.54
41.03
21.77
30.97
49.11
57.43
115

8.1 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
6.625
6.625
6.625
6.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
10.750
10.750
10.750
10.750
10.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
16.000
16.000
16.000
16.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
18.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
22.000
22.000
22.000
22.000
24.000
24.000
24.000
24.000
24.000

mm
168.3
168.3
168.3
168.3
219.1
219.1
219.1
219.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
355.6
355.6
355.6
355.6
355.6
406.4
406.4
406.4
406.4
457.0
457.0
457.0
457.0
457.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
508.0
559.0
559.0
559.0
559.0
610.0
610.0
610.0
610.0
610.0

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
0.280
0.432
0.719
0.864
0.322
0.500
0.875
0.906
0.365
0.500
0.594
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.406
0.500
0.688
1.000
1.312
0.375
0.438
0.500
0.750
1.406
0.375
0.500
0.844
1.594
0.375
0.500
0.562
0.938
1.781
0.375
0.500
0.594
1.031
1.956
0.375
0.500
1.125
2.125
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.219
2.344

mm
7.1
11.0
18.3
22.0
8.2
12.7
22.2
23.0
9.3
12.7
15.1
25.4
28.6
9.5
10.3
12.7
17.5
25.4
33.3
9.5
11.1
12.7
19.1
35.7
9.5
12.7
21.4
40.5
9.5
12.7
14.3
23.8
45.2
9.5
12.7
15.1
26.2
50.0
9.5
12.7
28.6
54.0
9.5
12.7
17.5
31.0
59.6

Mass

Nominal
pipe size

kg/m
28.26
42.56
67.56
79.22
42.55
64.64
107.92
111.27
60.50
81.55
96.01
155.15
172.44
73.65
79.73
97.46
132.08
186.97
238.63
81.08
94.30
107.39
158.49
281.63
93.27
123.30
203.53
365.35
104.84
139.15
156.11
254.55
459.37
117.15
155.12
183.42
311.17
564.81
129.13
171.09
373.83
672.26
129.59
187.06
255.41
442.08
808.22

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
26.000
26.000
28.000
28.000
28.000
30.000
30.000
30.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
34.000
34.000
34.000
34.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
36.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
38.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
42.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
44.000
46.000
46.000
46.000
46.000
46.000

mm
660.0
660.0
660.0
711.0
711.0
711.0
762.0
762.0
762.0
813.0
813.0
813.0
813.0
864.0
864.0
864.0
864.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
914.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
965.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1016.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1067.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1118.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0
1168.0

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
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.688
1.000
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250

mm
9.5
12.7
25.4
9.5
12.7
25.4
9.5
12.7
25.4
9.5
12.7
17.5
25.4
9.5
12.7
17.5
25.4
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8

Mass
kg/m
152.39
202.72
397.49
164.34
218.69
429.44
179.29
234.67
461.38
188.24
250.64
343.30
493.32
200.18
266.61
365.31
525.27
211.90
282.27
421.50
556.59
691.81
223.84
298.24
445.52
588.53
731.80
235.79
314.22
469.55
620.48
770.62
248.52
330.19
492.30
652.42
810.55
260.50
346.16
516.26
684.37
850.48
272.25
351.82
539.76
715.68
889.63
117

8.1 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
48.000
48.000
48.000
48.000
48.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
52.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
56.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
60.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
64.000
68.000
68.000
68.000
68.000
72.000
72.000
72.000
72.000
76.000
76.000
76.000
76.000
80.000
80.000
80.000
80.000
84.000
84.000
84.000
84.000

mm
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1219.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1321.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1422.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1524.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1626.0
1727.0
1727.0
1727.0
1727.0
1829.0
1829.0
1829.0
1829.0
1930.0
1930.0
1930.0
1930.0
2032.0
2032.0
2032.0
2032.0
2133.0
2133.0
2133.0
2133.0

STD
XS










































Schd












































8.2 Stainless and Duplex process pipe

Wall
Thickness
in
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.375
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.500
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.625
0.750
1.000
1.250
0.625
0.750
1.000
1.250

mm
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
9.5
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
15.9
19.1
25.4
31.8
15.8
19.1
25.4
31.8

Mass
kg/m
284.24
377.79
563.70
747.63
929.56
307.25
409.74
613.20
811.52
1010.98
331.94
441.37
660.77
874.78
1090.18
355.92
473.31
708.82
938.67
1170.17
379.89
505.26
756.86
1002.56
1250.15
536.89
804.43
1065.82
1329.36
568.83
852.47
1129.69
1409.34
600.46
900.05
1192.97
1488.55
790.50
948.09
1256.86
1568.53
829.07
993.08
1320.12
1645.18

Tata Steel International

These pipes can be supplied as seamless or welded, in a variety of steel


grades. Full body stress relieving or normalising heat treatment can be
undertaken as specified to meet the more onerous applications.
Mass per unit length can be calculated using the following equations for
Stainless Steel pipe:
Metric, where D and t are measured in mm: M (kg/m) = 0.02466 (D-t)t
Where D = outside diameter & t = thickness.
The different grades of stainless steel permit considerable variations
in weight. The ferritic stainless steels may be about 5% less, and the
austenitic stainless steels about 2% greater than the values shown in this
table, which are based on weights for carbon steel.

ANSI (ASTM)

Dimensions to ASME B36.19


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
114
114
114
114
112
112
112
112
2
2
2
2

Actual
Identification
OD
in
0.405
0.405
0.405
0.540
0.540
0.540
0.675
0.675
0.675
0.840
0.840
0.840
0.840
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.050
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.315
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.660
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
2.375
2.375
2.375
2.375

mm
10.3
10.3
10.3
13.7
13.7
13.7
17.1
17.1
17.1
21.3
21.3
21.3
21.3
26.7
26.7
26.7
26.7
33.4
33.4
33.4
33.4
42.2
42.2
42.2
42.2
48.3
48.3
48.3
48.3
60.3
60.3
60.3
60.3

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
0.049
0.065
0.095
0.065
0.088
0.119
0.065
0.091
0.126
0.065
0.083
0.109
0.174
0.065
0.083
0.113
0.154
0.065
0.109
0.133
0.179
0.065
0.109
0.140
0.191
0.065
0.109
0.145
0.200
0.065
0.109
0.154
0.218

mm
1.24
1.73
2.41
1.65
2.24
3.02
1.65
2.31
3.20
1.65
2.11
2.77
3.73
1.65
2.11
2.87
3.91
1.65
2.77
3.38
4.55
1.65
2.77
3.56
4.85
1.65
2.77
3.68
5.08
1.65
2.77
3.91
5.54

Mass
kg/m
0.28
0.37
0.47
0.49
0.63
0.80
0.63
0.84
1.10
0.81
1.01
1.29
1.64
1.03
1.30
1.71
2.23
1.31
2.12
2.54
3.29
1.68
2.73
3.44
4.54
1.93
3.16
4.11
5.50
2.42
3.99
5.52
7.60
119

8.2 Stainless and Duplex process pipe

Nominal
pipe size
in
212
212
2 12
212
3
3
3
3
312
312
312
312
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
2.875
2.875
2.875
2.875
3.500
3.500
3.500
3.500
4
4
4
4
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
5.563
5.563
5.563
5.563
6.625
6.625
6.625
6.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
8.625
10.750
10.750
10.750
10.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
12.750
14.000
14.000
16.000
16.000
18.000
18.000
20.000
20.000
24.000
24.000
30.000
30.000

mm
73.0
73.0
73.0
73.0
88.9
88.9
88.9
88.9
101.6
101.6
101.6
101.6
114.3
114.3
114.3
114.3
141.3
141.3
141.3
141.3
168.3
168.3
168.3
168.3
219.1
219.1
219.1
219.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
273.1
323.9
323.9
323.9
323.9
355.6
355.6
406.4
406.4
457.0
457.0
508.0
508.0
610.0
610.0
762.0
762.0

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
0.083
0.120
0.203
0.276
0.083
0.120
0.216
0.300
0.083
0.120
0.226
0.318
0.083
0.120
0.237
0.337
0.109
0.134
0.258
0.375
0.109
0.134
0.280
0.432
0.109
0.148
0.322
0.500
0.134
0.165
0.365
0.500
0.156
0.180
0.322
0.500
0.156
0.188
0.165
0.188
0.165
0.188
0.188
0.218
0.218
0.250
0.250
0.312

mm
2.11
3.05
5.16
7.01
2.11
3.05
5.49
7.62
2.11
3.05
5.74
8.08
2.11
3.05
6.02
8.56
2.77
3.40
6.55
9.53
2.77
3.40
7.11
10.97
2.77
3.76
8.18
12.70
3.40
4.19
9.27
12.70
3.96
4.57
9.53
12.70
3.96
4.78
4.19
4.78
4.19
4.78
4.78
5.54
5.54
6.35
6.35
7.92

8.3 Process pipes packages

Mass

Typical grades

kg/m
3.75
5.34
8.77
11.58
4.59
6.56
11.47
15.51
5.26
7.53
13.78
18.92
5.93
8.50
16.32
22.66
9.61
11.74
22.10
31.44
11.48
14.04
28.70
43.22
15.00
20.27
43.20
65.64
22.96
28.21
61.24
82.81
31.72
36.54
75.02
98.96
34.87
41.99
42.20
48.07
47.51
54.13
60.23
69.70
83.85
95.98
120.15
149.55

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, common ranges we have learned from experience as
being the most popular. As such, due to the complex nature of steel process
pipe products, these tables are not exhaustive.

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8.4 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
10.2
13.5
17.2
21.3
26.9
33.7
42.4
48.3
60.3
76.1
88.9
114.3
139.7
165.1

8
4
3
8
1
2
3
4
1
114
112
2
212
3
4
5
6
1
1

10.6
14.0
17.5
21.8
27.3
34.2
42.9
48.8
60.8
76.6
89.5
115.0
140.8
166.5

9.8
13.2
16.7
21.0
26.5
33.3
42.0
47.9
59.7
75.3
88.0
113.1
138.5
163.9

2.6
2.9
2.9
3.2
3.2
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.5
4.5
5.0
5.4
5.4
5.4

0.487
0.765
1.02
1.44
1.87
2.93
3.79
4.37
6.19
7.93
10.3
14.5
17.9
21.3

0.490
0.769
1.03
1.45
1.88
2.95
3.82
4.41
6.26
8.05
10.5
14.8
18.4
21.9

2.0
2.3
2.3
2.6
2.6
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.6
3.6
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.0

0.404
0.641
0.839
1.21
1.56
2.41
3.10
3.56
5.03
6.42
8.36
12.2
16.6
19.8

0.407
0.645
0.845
1.22
1.57
2.43
3.13
3.60
5.10
6.54
8.53
12.5
17.1
20.4

T=specified wall thickness

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8.5 Process pipes products

8.6 Pipe coatings

Welded Pipe (SAW, EFW, HFI, ERW)


Supplied in Carbon, Low Alloy, Low Temperature, Stainless and
Duplex grade steels.

Tata Steel International, through their long history of supplying various


coated products and worldwide relationships with coating applicators,
can deliver all coating requirements, whether factory or site applied.

Seamless Pipe
Supplied in Carbon, Low Alloy, Low Temperature, Stainless and Duplex
grade steels.

Reasons to Coat
Coatings are applied to steel surfaces for a variety of reasons, the main
and most familiar reason is to protect the steel surface from corrosion.

Butt Weld Fittings


Incorporating Elbows, Return Bends, Tees, Caps, Reducers and Crosses.
Supplied in Carbon, Low Alloy, Low Temperature, Stainless and Duplex
grade steels.

Internal Coatings:
Corrosion mitigation
Flow improvement hydraulic efficiency
Galvanic corrosion protection insulation

Forged Steel Flanges


Incorporating Weld Neck, Blind, Slip On, Orifice, Lap Joint, Socket Weld and
Threaded product forms. Supplied in Carbon, Low Alloy, Low Temperature,
Stainless and Duplex grade steels.

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 3,000lb and 6,000lb.
Supplied in Carbon, Low Alloy, Low Temperature, Stainless and Duplex
grade steels.

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, Studbolts, Induction Bends, Strainers, Valves and Forged
Branch Outlet Fittings.
Please refer to the Process Pipes Package brochure for additional
information.

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

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8.6 Pipe coatings

Corrosion
There are various types of corrosion and methods to mitigate the effects
of each.
a. Internal Corrosion caused by fluids, wet gas, Galvanic
b. External Corrosion caused by Galvanic action
c. Stress Corrosion caused by fluids/material choice
d. Galvanic Corrosion caused by dissimilar metals
Corrosion Mitigation
There are many methods of corrosion mitigation, the following are but a
sample of the options available to the design engineer:
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)
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. Choice of Protection:
Corrosion Inhibitors & Biocides
Protective Coatings
Sacrificial Anodes

Typical thickness = 250 microns

Relevant Coating Specifications


Polyethylene
DIN 30670 3.5mm nominal
Polypropylene
DIN 30678 3.5mm nominal
Fusion Bonded Epoxy
DIN 30671 150 600 microns
Handling/Shipping Considerations
The handling, storage and shipping of coated products requires additional
procedures, these may range from handling with webbing slings, special
rack systems, boxing or special stowage considerations. Tata Steel
International have the necessary expertise and logistics experience in
handling coated products.

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product and service
solutions through
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