STEEL TUBE AND PIPE

HANDBOOK
5th. replacement edition 2008

Contents
Committee for standardization and standard ............................................................................................................................................ 3
Steel tubes – classification and terminology ............................................................................................................................................. 3
Technical standards of steel tubes ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
Production programm – products classification by application ............................................................................................................. 4
Production flow chart in Železiarne Podbrezová ...................................................................................................................................... 6
Review of basic characteristics of steel tubes ............................................................................................................................................ 8
Tube dimensions ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Steel for tubes ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Technical delivery conditions (TDC) of tubes (excludes testing) ........................................................................................................ 10
Tube testing .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Quality management system, certification, legislation ............................................................................................................................ 12
Product section ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Conversion table ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 69
Supplements:
Packaging of tubes and pipes ................................................................................................................ .............................................. 109
Mechanical and technological testing of tubes and pipes ................................................................................................................ 110
Informationelly comparison of steels ...................................................................................................................................................... 112
Conversion table for hardness and tensile strength ............................................................................................................................... 123
Summary of technical delivery conditions for groups of tubes according to purpose of application ............................................. 124

Note:
Page numbers of actual product sort and groups – see production programm on the page 4–5.
Special tables and reference
Carbon equivalent formula ..................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Hot dip zinc coating of steel pipes .........................................................................................................................................................15
Leakage test according to standards ASTM A (ASME SA) ..................................................................................................................23
Pressure equipment and legislation in EN ..............................................................................................................................................25
Dimension tolerances according to ISO 1129 …………………………………………..............................................................………….......27
Ovality, eccentricity…………………………………………………………………………….....................................................................………… 27
Tolerances according to standards ASTM A 530 and A 999 ……………………………..........................................................………..…29
Conversion table of inch and decimal values ……………………………………………...............................................................………....…30
Standard wire gauge for wall thickness …………………………………………………................................................................………..……30
Tolerances according to standards ASTM A 450 and A 1016 ..……………………...........................................................………….……33
NDE of boiler tubes according to standards ASTM ……………………………………............................................................………...……39
Condition and heat treatment terminology of precision tubes ……………………...........................................................…………….……63
Mechanical Tubing according to ASTM A - sizing methods and thermal treatments ………......................................................…..…89
Preparation of ends ………………………………………………………………………………....................................................................……....98
NACE International Standards ………………………………………………………………….................................................................…….... 99

Dear customers, dear ladies and gentlemen,
we prepare this technical tube guide with the wiew of continual development of our firm mutual business relations. Tube guide includes
technical data of steel tubes and tube semi-products, made in company Železiarne Podbrezová. Technical data are included in national
and worl-wide standards or regulations, or bilateral technical delivery conditions and terms.
Application of tube products have to be in compliance with particular law and rules, concerning safety, healt protection and
environment. For this reason is short standardisation survey listed in handbook.
Attention:
In the countries of European Union there were European standards (EN) adapted into the system of national standards. Previous
standards are not valid by now. Previous standards should not be used in commercial communication for this reason, but valid
EN standards.
Data from previous standards, shown in surveys, during temporary period support the comparison of individual tube parameters,
older technical documentation study, possible tube alternative to previous standards finding e.t.c.
GOST, USA (ASTM,ASME, ANSI,API ) and JIS standards are still valid.
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Committee for standardization and standard

Steel tubes – classification and terminology

International, worldwide recognized actual standards
are issued by two standardization institutions resident
in Geneva:
ISO (International Standards Organization) – issuing universal standards
IEC (International Electrotechnical Commision) – issuing electrotechnic standards
ISO standards are accepted worldwide and therefore they usually do not go trough the national standard systems. For steel
tube they are applied rarely. ISO numbers are in brackets.

Mentioned terms of steel tubes are in standard EN 10079 or others
(ISO 6929).
Tube classification goes out several aspects: mode of production, cross section shape, tube ends treatment, sphere of tube usage.
According to EN 10079 tubes rank among so-called long products. It is a product having permanent circular or another hollow
section along, with both ends free and with relatively long length.
By mode of production are tubes divided to two big groups
– seamless and welded. Each of this groups can be sectionalized by method of tube production – hot or cold production.
A part of tube products are also so-called hollow sections.
Here belong seamless or welded tubes of circular, square or
rectangular section, used as part of building steel constructions
or machine units.
Hollow bars are seamless tubes of circular section designed
for production of machine parts by machining. Different from
the two first tube groups hollow bars have qualitative and dimensional parameters, which fit to requirements of workability,
heat treatment or surface quality.
Tubes in this guide book are ordered by application considering mode of production, similar to ordering in new steel tube EN.

European standardization
European standardization is analogous to global system, but it consist of three committees. Two first resident in Brusel, the third one in
Sophia Antipolis (France):
CEN (Comité Européen de Normalisation) – issues
universal standards. Standards regarding iron and steel are
isuued by European Commision for Standardization of Iron
and Steel (ECISS) and appropriate Technical Committees.
CENELEC (Comité Européen de Normalisation Électrotechnique) – issues electrotechnic standards
ETSI (European Telecomunications Standards Institute) – issues telecommunication standards

Technical standards of steel tubes

National committee for standardization
They issue national standards. Connecting to European Union
enlarging are European standards (EN) implemented into the
national standard systems (technical standard harmonization).
Unlike ISO standards are EN implemented without modification
and hereby all discordant national standards have to be cancelled. Connected with this the philosophy of standard use has
essentially changed: in the past was performance of standard
regulations obligatory. At present appear two terms: relevance
and obligation of standard. The standard is valid but, except some
clauses, its observance is not compulsory. Standard gives recommend technical terms, wich need not be applied. On the other
hand two factors arise:
• if the standard is specific in the contract between seller and
buyer, it will become a part of contract and all its demands
have to be executed
• in the case some damage occures in consequence of failure
of harmonized standard claims, he who failed terms, defined
by gowernment act, bear liability. That’s because by law if
national standard system assumes harmonized EN, it will become also harmonized. After publishing in Official publication of national standards standard may be used for advisement of technical terms execution.

Technical characteristics of steel tubes are detailed in the appropriate technical standards.
Pipe parameters could be divided into three main groups:
• dimensions and their tolerances (depending upon the tube
manufacturing method)
• steel grade and steel conditions
• technical delivery conditions
Individual national bureaus of standards use different procedures
for data standardization of steel pipes. In real life three options
are used:
• each main group of parameters is contained in a single standard. The standards are interconnected using references to the
related ones. Dimensional standard contains dimensional tables
and their tolerances; steel standard contains its chemical composition and mechanical properties for various methods of pipe
manufacturing and steel tempers. The third standard of the technical delivery conditions (TDC) sets out all remaining requirements for pipes – testing, acceptance, certificates, packaging,
marking, etc. At the same time it contains references to other
standards where these activities are described (e.g. STN, ČSN).
• the second option is when steel and its characteristics are
included into the TDC standard, and this one contains dimensional tolerances. Two standards are used to describe a pipe
– dimensional standard that contains dimensional table and
the TDC standard (e.g. DIN).
• the third option – pipe parameters are in a single standard,
which also contains the dimensional table, or extraction from
the general table of dimensions constituting which is the content of the general dimensional standard (e.g. NFA, EN).
In real life there are cases, where both the seller and the buyer
make bilateral TDC contracts, or they deliver pipes in accordance with the buyer’s specifications, which can also include
the references to national standards. Normally, this is the case,
where the demands for pipes are higher then those set-up in the
national standards.

Another standards
Here belong mainly company standards. These can not be contrary to national standards.
Further class are the standards of craft companies, e.g. in USA
(AISI, ASTM, ASME, API, SAE).
Valid bilateral technical terms or specifications can be shut-down
between commercial partners.
Technical standards
are a part of legislation valid in appropriate industrial field.
Specific connection of particular regulations is shown in the
capters of individual tube range.

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and austenitic alloy steels the possibility of deliveries of long tubes U .Production programm – products classification by application Continuously cast steel blooms Page 13 Seamless steel tubes for building and mechanical and general use Page 14 Steel tubes for building (hollow structural sections) Page 14 Tubes for mechanical and general engineering Page 16 Tubes for machining Page 16 Tubes for machine parts and general use* Page 16 Precision tubes and HPL tubes (seamless and welded) Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments Page 60 . low alloy-. ferritic.bending and finning capabilities 4 .93 Page 22 Tubes with specified room temperature properties Page 22 Tubes with specified elevated temperature properties Page 34 Alloy fine grain steel tubes for pressure equipments Tubes with specified low temperature properties Page 42 Page 44 Tubes for heat exchangers** Page 48 Tubes with internal riffling Page 53 Pipes suitable for welding and threading Page 54 Line pipe Page 56 Casing and tubing (upon agreement) Page 58 * Upon agreement also tubes (sections) with non-rounded cross section ** Special offer upon agreement: Seamless or welded tubes for heat exchangers: carbon-.

Precision cold drawn seamless steel tubes Page 60 Standard precision tubes Page 60 Cylinder tubes (for mechanical treatment – HPZ) Page 72 Cylinder tubes (HP – „ready to use“) Page 74 Tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic lines – HPL Page 76 Tubes for automotive industry Page 84 Injections tubes (for Diesel engines) Page 84 Bearings tubes Page 85 Precision welded steel tubes Page 86 Cold sized precision welded tubes Page 86 Cold drawn precision welded tubes Page 88 Cold sized precision welded square and rectangular tubes Page 91 Precision welded tubes for automotive industry Page 91 Precision welded tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic lines Page 91 Precision welded tubes for heat exchanger Tube semiproducts Page 48 Page 92 Buttwelding steel pipe fittings Page 94 Submerged arc longitudinal welded steel tubes and pipes Summary of technical delivery conditions for groups of tubes according to purpose of application see page 124. 5 Page 102 .

Production flow chart in Železiarne Podbrezová Steel production Electric arc furnace Ladle furnace Continuously casting Hot finished tubes production Division of blooms Piercing press Ends cutting Cutting Rotary heat furnace Sizing mill Elongating mill Push bench Reheating furnace Straightening Stretch reducing mill Nondestructive Examination 6 Removal of scale Withdrawal mill Colling bed Final lengths .

Lubricant Straightening Cutting Cold drawing Surface control Dispatch Nondestructive examination Preservation Packaging Semiproducts fabrication Division of tubes End preparation Bending of tubes Buttwelding fittings production Division of tubes Heating and pushing Division of elbows 7 End preparation . Phosphating.Dispatch Hydrostatic test Product marking Packaging Precision cold drawn tubes production Swaging Heat treatment Chemical preparation – Pickling.

69 [in(lb/ft)]. After conversion to milimetres.30 0. etc. while inches are used for the actual outside diameter.10 0.dm–3 Coefficient 1 1. converted to milimeters. Cu. After converting the pipe dimensions to milimetres used in the SI system there is a first and preferred sequel of outside diameters of steel pipes created (the first series in EN 10220. (each) Mass rate in % 1 0. Pb.10 0. three main dimensions: outside diameter.g. shown in following table: Tube dimensions The tube dimensions belong among the basic characteristics of tubes.10 1. or x10. Be.015 0. N.dm–3 7. In circular tubes two values out of those mentioned are given.40 0. The series “Schedule” forms pipe wall thickness (40. Pipe size is denoted as the nominal pipe size. In this chapter there is a general description of these characteristics with the aim to serve as basis for description of individual particular types and groups of steel tubes. or other ones.10 Index of defining of alloying elements content characteristic number Element Cr. Sequel of pipe wall thicknesses has its origin in the inch Unit system. Steel is also given in EN.65 0. In the tubes with circular cross section.). nitrogen). Mo. Ti.30 0. etc. For industry needs and general use. where in order to express a size uses fractions.08 0. Ni. Cast analysis is valid. The tube sizes are in mm. 80. e.50 0. The sizes in Series 2 and 3 (for use in Europe.dm–3 7.10 0. inside diameter and wall thickness. Si. V. S B Index 4 10 100 1000 Note – Alloy steel: 1. bud dependant upon the outside diameter of a pipe). 2.0246615 (kg/m).80 0. 8 .10 0. In the case when maximum element content is given. these values become a part of sequel in steel tube wall thicknesses. 3. “Pipes” are those used in pipelines for different matters. Ta. and up to 12 inches the denotation is given as an approximate value (clearance) of the inside pipe diameter (more details can be found in the particular pipe types). P. is not constant. and in some dimensions is interconnected with the mass class (STD. 70% of that value (except Mn) is used for qualification.08 0. (Note: size – value Schedule.12 0. Nb. 4. W Al. It is mandatory that the tube sizes be set out in such a way that they define the tube completely from this point of view. Dimensions of individual tubes are not created by chance. 2 Element Al aluminium B boron Bi bismuth Co cobalt Cr chrome Cu copper La lantanides (each) Mn manganese Mo molybdenum Nb niobium Ni nickel Pb lead Se selenium Si silicium Te tellurium Ti titanium V vanadium W wolfram Zr zircon Other elements (except: carbon. 120.30 0. According to tube types we can also assign to dimensions the appropriate dimensional tolerances. XXS).50 0. Formula is applicable for carbon steel. and in tubes intended for mechanical usage.85 kg.12 0. In this case tubes are also classified into two groups – “Tubes” are those used in mechanical applications and in energy facilities.06 0. These values. in the USA and some other countries they use inches (“Zoll” in German). Minimum element content – see table. For precision tubes used in Europe and in countries using SI units are established the dimensional series with rounded off measures of outside diameters and wall thicknesses. used in energy facilities design.97 kg. there are. and supplemented by rounded off dimensions in mm) constitute the standards for Tubes. For other steel the value is multiplied by the following coefficient: The basic characteristics classification is detailed in the previous section.Review of basic characteristics of steel tubes The following formula is used for calculation of reference weight (mass): M = (D – T) × T × 0. but they are arranged into the dimensional sequels under the specific system. sulphur. They are: • tube sizes • steel for tubes – steel classifications and definitions – steel marking system for tubes according to EN • technical delivery conditions (TDC) of tubes (excludes testing) • tube testing – test types – types of document control – individual tests Steel Carbon Austenitic stainless Ferritic and martensitic Specific weight 7. DIN 2448.0008 0.12 0.). what is current limit between steel and cast iron (except some Cr-steel with allowed content of carbon more than 2%) • steel contains also more elements. this doesn’t mean that the pipes within Series 2 and 3 are not used at all. phosphorus. tubes are manufactured in diameters ranging from tenths of milimeters to those having diameter of a few meters. 60.50 1.10 0.05 2 0. 40. XS. However.05 0.73 kg. form a part of pipe wall thickness series.60 0. except for the length.40 0. In the Tube category the wall thickness values are derived either from “scales” BWG. SWG. Zr Ce.30 0.30 0.985 Steels for tubes Steel definition and division according to EN 10020 – steel is defined like: • material with iron mass rate upper then rate of any other elements • content of carbon (C) is less than 2%. Co. Mn.1 Weldable fine grain structural alloyed steel. Limit value of chemical composition of qualitative and high-grade steel – column Nr. Limit value of elements for non alloyed and alloyed steel – column Nr.

Low contents of non-metallic inclusions. Group 1 S – structural steel (for general usage) P – steel for pressure equipments L – steel for pipelines E – steel for machine parts (the subsequent number stands for the minimum yield value in v N/mm2) B – concrete reinforcing steel Y – prestressed concrete reinforcing steel R – steel for rails H – high strenght steel for cold rolled flat products D – sheet products from mild steel for cold forming – cold rolled T – thin sheets and strips for packing M – sheets and strips for electronic industry Regulation EN ECISS IC10 sets out additiional symbols for steel (Group 1 and 2).impact energy . a single element within the tabulated values. • alloy steel with alloying addition content (a minimum of a single element over 5%) – designation: a) characteristic letter X (X11CrMo9-1) b) number – centuplicate of the mean carbon content c) chemical symbols of alloying elements d) numbers set out following the alloying elements content. 1. Mean element content.Classification of steels according to EN 10020 Steel quality groups according to chemical composition NON-ALLOY STEELS Element contents beyond the tabulated values STAINLESS STEELS Max. These further divide into the four subgroups. 9 .0402.grain size . Group 2 – includes 4 subgroups • non-alloy carbon steel (with controlled C content) – designation: Letter C and the number corresponding to the centuplicate of the average range specified for carbon content (C22) • Non-alloy carbon steel containing Mn > 1% and alloyed steel with the contents of individual alloying elements less then 5% – designation: EN 10027 – 2 includes the numerical system.g.g. P) L – steel for low temperatures R – steel for room temperatures (ambient temperature) M – thermo mechanically rolled N – normalized annealing or normalized rolled Q – quenched T – steel for tubes The first four steel kinds are used for tubes.2% Min. 2 and 3.7218.3339). multiplied by index from table and approximated tu higher number (25CrMo4). The supplementary symbols for steel products are detailed in Table 1.5% OTHER ALLOY STEELS Non stainless steel. Symbols for steel tubes G – other characteristics (according to the need 1 to 2 digits) H – hollow profile or steel for higher temperatures according to steel type (S. These symbols form the suffixes to the steel mark end (e. at least.5% or Ni contents over 2.5% Ni contents less than 2. followed by two digit of the steel and the steel sequence number (1. • high-speed steel – designation a) characteristic letters HS (HS 6-5-2) b) numbers set out following the alloying elements content According to EN 10027 – 1 the steel names divide into the two main groups: • Group 1 – steel designated according to the usage and mechanical properties • Group 2 – steel designated according to the chemical composition. 1. Classification of steel within the main quality groups NON-ALLOY QUALITY STEELS For general requirements: . contents of. S 275 J0+A. contents Cr 10. The first digit is 1 – steel. Minimal value of impact energy guaranteed. Mean element content approximated tu higher number.formability + NON-ALLOY SPECIAL STEELS Designed for quenching and tempering and surface hardening etc. 1.7386. and plus (+) must separate them from the preceding symbols – e. contents C 1. BASIC CHARACTERISTICS Corrosion resisting steels Creep resisting steels Heat resisting steels ALLOY QUALITY STEELS fine-grain steels steels for rails and reinforcing steels for demanding use alloy steels by Cu steels for electronics + ALLOY SPECIAL STEELS structural steels for pressure vessels for anti-friction bearings tool steels high-speed steels special physical characteristics • Classification of steels see also ISO 4948-1 and ISO 4948-2 Designation system for steels according to EN EN 10027 – 1 Steel names (ISO/TS 4949) Abbreviated designation system Principal symbols EN ECISS IC10 Additional symbols EN 10027 – 2 Numerical system a) number corresponding to the carbon contents centuplicate b) chemical symbols of alloying elements arranged according to the descending content of elements c) numbers set out following the alloying elements content. S 275 J0).

leakage fluxes. supplement I.B has to be issued.1.2 Test Report (manufacturer) Specific testing 2.drift expanding .3 SEP 1918 10 246 . 01 5028 .A.C Inspection Certificate 3.2 (former 3. corrosion resistance.tensile test . EN 10204: 2004 Issue customizes following test certificates: 2.1.cast . 01 5028 .B (works inspector) 3.C.transverse defects ultrasonic) . Proper tests of particular tubes are speciefied in TDC.laminar defects •other tests (metallography.1.8 01 5047 01 5049 01 5054 DIN (SEP) EN Tightness test Normy TDP SEP 1925 10 246 .flattening . ČSN Hydrostatic pressure NDT 42 0415.3 and type of certificate.1.4 SEP 1919 10 246 .A (office inspector) 3.3 E 309 D > 4 mm. * see page 110 Table below lists the overview of the leak tightness test and non-destructive testing: Method STN. Specific data are included in standards for several groups of tubes General TDC for steel production are EN 10021 (ISO 404).bending .) • Quality – TR 1. 01 5028 .1.1 Inspection certificate 3. in lieu of this certificate a Certificate 3.1 (former 3.longitudinal defects (eddy currents. TR 2 depends on: – chemical composition (Al contents) – mechanical properties value (bending impact test) – type of tubes testing (specific and non-specific testing) • Test category – TC1 and TC2 depends on: – establishing of a standard – chemical composition (carbon or alloyed steel) – possibility of choice in placing an order for pipes (in C steel) The categories differ from each other mainly by the requirement for non-destructive testing of pipes. section 4.3 Specific Test Report (manufacturer) – manufacturer’s test certificate.6 Ultrasonic – D laminar imperf.(hardness) . 3. T > 2 mm** Ultrasonic – L longitudinal imperf. If the testing station is independent.1 ASTM Dimensions ISO D < 140 mm viď NDT 9302 Non-destructive tests (NDT) Eddy currents 01 5054 (PRP 02-74) 10 246 .Eddy currents testing for electric-resistance welded tubing 10 9304 9402 9303 9305 . or selection of alternative tests. etc.A Inspection Certificate 3.B) 3.2 Inspection certificate 3. and their number is set by standard – testing station must be independent from the pipe treatment plant • Tests – mandatory – as per individual TDC standards – optional – agreed upon while placing an order for the tubes chosen from standard The tests are divide into groups: •value of steel chemical composition . 3.2 Inspection Report 3. The process divide up into three parts: • setting out the test type (EN 10021.1.14 Tube lengths .1.C (purchase inspector) 3.1.1 Declaration of compliance with the order 2.hydrostatic test . test results based on specific testing. 3.B Inspection Certificate 3. T > 1(2) mm** Ultrasonic – Q transverse imperf. Symbols and definitions of terms for use in product standards are in EN 10266.product •dimensional inspection •mechanical properties* .impact test •technological tests* .5 mm Leakage fluxes 01 5047 SEP 1913 10 246 .7 E 213 D > 13 mm.ring tensile test •leak tightness test . ISO 10474) • setting out the type of a document inspection (EN 10204) • selection of individual tests (particularly TDC) The individual parts are connected without possibility of any combination.Technical delivery conditions (TDC) of tubes (excludes inspection) All tubes requirements are concentrated in the TDC Standards.2 Test report 2.see List of standards given for each of tube groups 1)** Values for Podbrezová 2) SEP 1917 . • Non-specific and specific inspection Non-specific inspection – contains only mandatory tests according to the particular standard – test specimens do not have to be from their own delivery – testing station does not have to be independent from the tubes treatment plant Specific inspection – except for mandatory tests it contains other free selected tests – tube specimens are from the delivery.3 Not considered 3.2) In EN is the table – Relation between class qualification according to Regulation 97/23 EU.1. T > 0.2 SEP 1915 10 246 .1 Certificate of compliance with the order (manufacturer) 2. • Types of inspection documents The summary of certificate types meets the requirements of EN 10204 in accordance with the type of inspection: Non-specific inspection 2. EN 10204. Important part is the tube testing.2 (works and purchase inspector) Tube inspection Tube testing proves that properties of tubes meet the requirements of an order and appropriate standards..flanging .non-destructive testing •non-destructive testing . .5 E 570 D > 32 mm. This is only issued if the manufacturer has no independent testing station.1.

C.electromagnetic (eddy current) test (leak tightnes) .3 D 0.2 EN 10246-5 (flux leak tightness) Level F2 2.steel – option TC1 or TC2 Alloy steel – TC2 only 1. Option from methods: 1.3.1 encircling coil – diameter of drilled hole in reference standard may be specific as percentage of wall thickness or diameter of tube 1.1. Leak tightness test Mandatory test for all tubes.2 NDT (electromagnetic test) according to EN 10246 – 1 (E) Option from methods: 1.ultrasonic test (NDT) Testing methods E – Eddy Current (EN 10246-1 and 3). 2.2. For tubes with D ≥ 10 mm and rate D/T > 5.steel. Testing according to ASTM A .1.1 EN 10246-3 (electromagnetic) 2.5 measurement of WT (EN 10246-13) – only as optional test upon agreement.5 in the table above). Width of notch is smaller as depth. Level of admitance F2. For smaller rate agreement. U2C) and 2. F4. laminar testing and measurement of WT imperfections – upon agreement only. U5. E3H.1.) For tubes with D ≥ 10 mm. B. sub-category C 2. length min.5 5 15 6 20 Subcategory – minimum depth of notch (mm) A 0. 1. whichever is lower: P = 20x (SxT)/D. Subcategories C and D are applied for hot rolled tubes.1 B 0.see page 39 11 . D Test level and depth of gauge notch in % of wall thickness: 1 3 2 5 3 10 4 12.2 C 0. Other values of levels of admitance as in EN – upon agreement.5 mm). Non-destructive testing – longitudinal imperfections 2.2. 2. B.1 in the table above. Encircling coil – level of admitance E1H.3.Leak tightness test and NDT of tubes for pressure purposes according to EN EN 10216 – 1 Quality TR1 or TR2 C. F3. C. (Testing 2. max 1.5 Subcategories A.option from methods: .5 mm. sub-category C 2. E4. U3.1 Quality TR2 .) For tubes with D ≥ 4 mm. U4.2 and 2.1. E2H. (Test 1. E4H (diameter of drilled hole in reference standard may be specific as a function of diameter D – see table in standard) Rotary probe coil – level of admitance E2.2. Level of admitance of EN 10246-7 – U1.3 EN 10246-7 (ultrasonic) Level 3.2 EN 10246-5 (flux leak tightness) 2.2 Test category TC2 – mandatory test . corresponding to 70% of minimum yield strength.3 transverse imperfections (EN 10246-6. D are applied for cold formed and machined tubes.1 Hydrostatic test Hydrostatic test shall be carried out at a test pressure of 70 bar or a test pressure P calculated using the following equation. F6 U – Ultrasonic – longitudinal imperfections EN 10246-7 – transverse imperfections EN 10246-6 – laminar imperfections EN 10246-14 (WT over 5 mm) – measurement of WT (EN 10246-13) (WT over 4. E3. 3.1. F5. Transverse.2.5–5 mm) (Tests 2.2.2 rotary probe coil – reference standard with depth of the notch of 12.1 EN 10246-7 (ultrasonic) Level U2.2 and 2.1. E5 F – Flux Leakage (EN 10246-5). U2. sort of quality is included in steel name EN 10216 – 2. 2.4 laminar imperfections (EN 10246-14.optional test 2. where S = stress in MPa.2 in the table above.1. U2) 2. Note EN 10216-1 – only C-steel is included in standard The pressure tubes of category TC2 are usually tested with combination of two NDT: . 4 Test category TC1 or TC2 C.5% of nominal wall thickness T (min.option from methods: 2. U6 Semilevel A. 0. 50 mm. 2.2.4 and 2.

Tubes for mechanical purpose and machinery building For machinery building – see Machinery Directive 98/37/EC. For deliveries of tubes for automotive industry it is necessary. First standard was published from IATF – International Automotive Task Force and JAMA – Japan Automobile Manufacturers Asociation. divided into particular groups which are subject to superior regulations of various type and strength. the designation CSK is applied at the present. in the Czech Rep. This part consist of three areas: 1. 90/1998 Coll. OHSAS 18001 OHSAS is an international Occupational Health and Safety Management System specification. focused on providing an overview of technical parameters of steel tubes produced by Železiarne Podbrezová. Directive are the part of national legislation. Standards specify technical requirements applied to products. Procedure applied to compliance demonstration: • CPD Directive No. (see page 25 too) • The directive is transposed to EN standards. With respect to the aforementioned there are three distinctive types of tubes: • tubes intended for building and construction purposes • tubes intended for pressure use • tubes for machinery building 12 . Legislation Steel tubes are. Conformity marking – Ü-Zeichen will be replaced with CE-Zeichen. legislation The manual is. 1989/106 EU (Construction Products Directive). Products intended for construction purposes – compliance demonstration 3. Quality management can consist of several stages: • certification of the quality management system in accordance with international ISO standards 9001: 2000 • certification of the quality management system in accordance with specific technical regulations • certification of products. 22/ 1997 Coll. • Declaration of conformity – certificate that assessed products are fully in conformity with safety requirements. harmonised. EN 10255. Designation of directives: • year of edition / number / EU Virtue acqiured past its edition in Official Journal EU (collection of Laws). VDA is Verband der Automobilindustie in Germany. In OJ is directive marked: • OJ L number / date Standards are valid for several groups of tubes and pipes. • PED Directive No. rules and decrees aimed at safety of operation. implemented to laws and related regulations (in Slovakia. so supplier is certified according to ISO/TS 16949 and (or) standard of VDA series 6. SEM or EMS Environmental Management System is certified according to standard EN ISO 14 001. Example: EN – EN 12 952 • EN standards for steel tubes for pressure use – EN 10216 – 2 (standard for boiler tubes) – manufacturer’s certificate that the standards correspond to the requirement of respective regulations. Production certification – certification that products produced in accordance with standards meet the requirements of the regulations (e. Act No. health and environment protection.. e. EN standard). Certification of products – acknowledgement of companies authorised to accept tubes that the products meet requirements of the respective standards Tubes intended for building and construction purposes They are classified as final products.VDA 6. primarily.) and subsequent regulations and decrees.1 is standard for audit of Quality – Management System. EN 10224.3. CE is valid for EN 10210. EU regulations) 2. which apply for example to construction of boilers and also specify the standards for particular materials (previously so called Regelwerke). 1997/23 EU (Pressure Equipment Directive) and its Annex 1 clause 4. In EU countries are valid for several groups of products Directive and Standards. • Technical standard (voluntary. Also the quality management system must be in accordance with respective regulations and is subject to certification issued by authorised company. certification. depending on the purpose of their use.Quality management system. Tubes intended for pressure equipments They are classified as materials used for construction of pressure equipment. For the Slovak Republic. ISO/TS 16949 are supplementary requirements for use of standard ISO 9001: 2000 in automotive industry.g.g. Act No. The tubes themselves as well as products and facilities whose parts consist of the tubes must also meet requirements of respective state or professional regulations. EN 10219.

Dimensions and tolerances Blooms of square cross-section Square side [mm] 150 160 180 200 225 280 Tolerances [mm] ±3 ±3 ±3 ±4 ±5 ±8 Sidelong max* [mm] ±6 ±6 ±7 ±7 ±9 ±11 Cross-section area [mm2] 22 420 25 600 32 100 39 680 50 170 76 662 Weight [kg/m] 175.8 598.0 394.005 max 1.1 0.2 2.7 312.010% (100 ppm) . The chemical composition of the steel is determined by standards and steel grades for individual groups of tubes.8 0. Marking Blooms are stamped on their face.3 2. stream number.4 270.05 0.05 max 0 max max max max 0. forging. delivery condition and surface quality After casting the blooms are not heat treated. Laying of blooms Square cross-section – in layers Circular cross-section – in special wooden pads or bound with steel strip. Testing Blooms are tested according to appropriate standards.4 0.040 0. They are also used for the production of other metallurgical semi products by hot forming (rolling. Markings include: heat number.050 0.0050% (50ppm). 0.5° Steel quality The steel is produced by electric process and is fully killed.Continuously cast steel blooms Steel blooms are the starting material for the production of seamless hot finished tubes and pipes.0 Lengths The blooms are delivered in lengths of 4000–9000 mm with length tolerance of +50 mm.00035 0. Element content in % of weight C Mn Si Cr Mo Ni V S P Cu Sn Al Ti B Nb O N min 0. Blooms are delivered according to technical delivery requirements.008%. 0.7 198.010 Gases volume: O max.1% of length Obliqueness of front side . In special cases blooms are marked with colour.40 0. steel grade code.035 0. Heat treatment. pressing). It is also possible to deliver blooms from other steel grades to meet specific customer requirements.05 0. 13 .00035% (3.050 0. Straightness tolerance .035 0.5ppm).5 199.5 1. H max.7 252. 0.0 414. (But the using of ppm is in system SI non-permissible).5 mm * Difference of diagonals of square Blooms of circular cross-section Diameter [mm] 150 180 210 260 280 Tolerances [mm] ±2 ±3 ±4 ±5 ±5 Ovality [mm] 3 5 5 6 7 Cross-section area [mm2] 17 662 25 434 34 618 53 066 61 575 Weight [kg/m] 137.2 or others. nor is the surface treated.050 0.according agreement max. Conversion: a (%) x 10 000 = b (ppm).001 0. N max 0.0 Edge of the bloom [mm] R = 5 mm ±1 mm R = 10 mm ±1 mm R = 10 mm ±1 mm R = 10 mm ±1 mm 45°/15 mm R = 45 mm ±1. EN 10204 – 2. Certification Test report certificate in accordance with the specification: DIN 50049.3 0.5 1.1 3.0 480.

6 mm –12. TDC. Plain end seamless steel tubes. Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements. Seamless or welded hot finished structural hollow sections. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10 025 EN 10 210-1. • steel are weldable. Hot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain structural steel.05D –12.11D ±12.5 mm • weight –8 % +12 % Tolerance T Lengths • –10 % Informative values: –12.5 mm • max ±10 mm • ovality 2 % • weight ±6 %.5% • T > 0.TDC.5 % for seamless profiles • D < 60. dimensions and sectional properties. Quality standard.11D ± 10% Straightness Tube ends Allowed 0.1 mm 5–6 m D < 130 mm • T ≤ 2Tn –10 % +15 % • 2Tn < T < 4Tn –10 % +12. Steel tubes. STK400.3 mm / T ≥ 7. Part 1: TDC. TDC.5 % +17.basic wall thickness according to DIN 2448 D = 130–320 mm • T ≤ 0. max 8 % • ±1 % • min ±0. Seamless structural steel circular tubes for structural engineering purposes. Carbon steel tubes for general structural purposes.Symbols and definitions of terms for use in product standards.5% • T > 0. • possibility of hot dip zinc coating of tubes is necessary to discuss at inquiry (see page 15).1 mm 5–6 m lowed weight or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60. Part 1-6. Seamless hot-formed steel pipes. specific conditions see individual standards. Steel tubes. B. Seamless circular tubes of fine grain steel for engineering purposes. 14 .3 mm /T < 7.6–406. C.5 % Notes: • C – carbon equivalent formula: CEV(IIW) = C + Mn/6 + (Cr + Mo + V)/5 + (Ni + Cu)/15 . Steel for general structural purposes. fittings and structural hollow sections . Dimensions.05–0. Part 2: Tolerances. ČSN 42 0250 Hot formed seamless tubes from steel class 10 to 16. TDC.4 mm –12. STK540) upon agreement.5 % +15 % • D = 101.3 mm 5–6 m • + tolerance is limited by al• D ≥ 60.2 EN 10266 DIN 1629 DIN 2448 DIN 17100 DIN 17121 DIN 17124 NFA 49-501 STN 42 0250 STN 42 5715 STN 42 5716 GOST 8731 GOST 8732 JIS G3444 Hot rolled products of structural steels. Seamless hot-formed steel pipes. Dimensions.5 % • T > 4Tn ±9 % Tn . Dimensions.5% +17.L • square cut ends of whole length • free from exceslocally 3 mm/m sive burrs Kinds: • random • fixed ±500 mm • exact L < 6 m 0 +10 mm L > 6 m 0 + 15 mm • exact L > 12 m – tolerances upon agreement DIN 2448 NFA 49-501 STN ČSN 42 5715 42 5716 See page 24-25 GOST 8732 See page 36-37 • D < 101. ČSN 42 5715 Hot formed seamless steel tubes. Dimensions.Steel tubes for building – Hollow structural sections (HSS) Standards Dimensional Dimensional range standards EN 10210-2 Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished circular hollow sections (HFCHS) Dimensions Tolerance D • ±1 % • min ±0. • tubes according to ASTM A500 (steel Grade A. See also ISO 630-2 (TDC) and ISO 657-14 (DS). D).002. ASTM A501 and JIS G3444 (steel STR290. Dimensions. • rate cold workability isset by mechanical steel properties and is definite with regulations. ČSN 42 5716 Hot formed seamless steel tubes with smaller tolerances.

1 • 3.13 %–0. appearance and thickness of coating influences the chemical composition of steel (the content of Si + P). CEV (IIW) .possibilities: • stenciling • stamping • attached label Data: • EN 10210 .Carbon Equivalent Value (CEV) according to the International Institute of Welding (IIW).label or Tubes .number . min. JOH) production • non-specific mode • specific Specific (steels J2H. NLH) tests (obligatory) only: • cast analysis • tensile test • impact test • tube surface (visual examination) • dimensions • NDT of weld option: Hot finished • normalising rolled • normalized Cold finished • normalized • tensile test • tube surface • dimensions • impact test (T > 5 mm) • cast analysis • tensile test • impact test (T > 5 mm) • tube surface • dimensions Certificate 10204 • 2. 20 19281: 09G2S Condition Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • normalising rolled • normalized Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Testing and certificates Surface Testing adequate to option: (steels JRH.C 50049 • 3.B. NH. but quality.2 • 3.Steel grade TDC standards 10210-1 (10025) (10113) 17 121 (17 100) Name S235 JRH S275 JOH S355 JOH S275 J2H S355 J2H S275 NH S275 NLH S355 NH S355 NLH S460 NH S460 NLH RSt 37-2 St 44-2 St 37-3 St 44-3 St 52-3 17 124 49-501 42 0250 8731 StE 255 TStE 255 EStE 255 StE 285 TStE 285 EStE 285 StE 355 TStE 355 EStE 355 StE 420 TStE 420 EStE 420 StE 460 TStE 460 EStE 460 TU E235 TU E275 TU E355 TU E450 Grade 2.10 50049 • 2.mark of the inspection representative CE marking (in inspection document) Label on bundle Punching upon agreement Data: •producer logo •steel grade •markSS •markoftestlaboratory Surface protection Packing • without bundle • oiled 300– 3500 kg Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized See page 25 Hot finished See page 37 Possibility of hot dip zinc coating All structural steels are possible to hot dip zinc.2 • series 3 10204 • 3.1 B. For general structural steels is recommended to keep the content of Si + P in range 0. average absorbed energy KV – 27J R – room temperature 0 – temperature 0°C 2 – temperature -20°C H – hollow section • fine grain steel (ferritic grain size equal to or finer than 6) basic series N – normalized structure H – hollow section low temperature series N – normalized structure L – low temperature series H – hollow section Fine grain structural steel designation according to DIN 17124 StE – basic series (–20 °C) TStE – deep-drawing series with minimum absorbed energy at temperature of –50 °C EStE – deep-drawing series with minimum absorbed energy at temperature of –60 °C 255 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 Steels for structural tubes – see page 19 15 . Steel designation according to EN S – structural steel 235 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 Signs at the end of steel designation – additional symbols for steel names • non-alloy steel J – impact test.C 50049 • 3.28 %.C Other TDC Marking Bundle .4 11 353 11 453 11 503 11 523 1050: 10.1 B.1 A.3.2 see also pg.Steel • manufacturer • specific inspection: .

TDC.75 % D > 180 mm ± 1% Tolerance T D ≤ 180 mm. mechanical and general engineering purposes.5 % min ±0. DIN 17204 Seamless circular tubes of steel for quenching and tempering. Part 1: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes. DIN 17200 Steels for quenching and tempering.5 mm ≤ 3% D ±15 % > 3% D –12.4 mm • random • exact L < 6 m 0 +10 mm L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm L > 12 m upon agreement See page 60–64 (Cold formed precise) See page 60–64 (Cold formed precise) Straightness Tube ends • 0.L See page 22 2448 (2391) BS 6323/3 ±1% min ±0. Part 3: TDC for alloy steels.1 mm ±12.1 Hollow bars for machining.0015. TDC.1 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. EN 10 216 .TDC. ISO 2938 Hollow steel bars for machining.7 mm 0. TDC.5 % min ±0.4 mm Lengths • random • exact upon agreement D ≤ 219. Part 1: General requirements. Part 2: TDC for non-alloy steels. ISO 2937 Plain end seamless steel tubes for mechanical application. Part 1: Non-alloy and alloy steel. EN 10 294 .1 mm ±1 % min ±0.5 mm D ≤ 219. 16 .L • square cut ends • locally • free from exces(1 mm/m) sive burrs • upon agreement D > 33. EN 10 297 . EN 10 084 Case hardening steel. DIN 1630 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements. BS 6323 Specification for seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile.1 Seamless circular steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes. DIN 2448 Seamless tubes.001. DIN 1629 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements. TDC. Dimensions.5 mm D = 75–180 mm ±0. DIN 17210 Case hardening steels. TDC.5 % +15 % • random • exact L < 6 m 0 +10 mm L > 6 m 0 +15 mm • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10 083 Steels for quenching and tempering. T ≤ 15 mm ±12.Tubes for mechanical engineering and general use Standards Dimensional Dimensional range standards EN 10294-1 • deliveries in agreement (upon agreement) • tubes from mill are not machining operated ** • in preference as precision tubes 10297-1 • dimension OD x ID (up to OD = 100mm) (10220) DIN 10305-1 (upon agreement) Table 16/Page 64 Table 17/Page 65 2448 Table 1/Page 26 Dimensions Tolerance D D ≤ 75 mm ±0. TDC. Part 3: Specific requirements for hot finished seamless steel tubes. Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specific room temperature properties. Part 1: General TDC.

1 (3. E355K2 K2 – guaranteed characteristic of impact energy 40 J (K) by temperature –20 °C steel with heat treatment after mechanical treatment steel C22E C – steel with carbon content 0. 23 1629 1630 • visual 17200 ocele typu: Hot finished–U DIN 50049 • dimensions 17204 C22 • as rolled 2.2. 40. This group of tubes can be delivered also according to DS for exact tubes (cold drawn) – see page 60 and other. E355 Condition +AR or +N steel with specific impact qualities (fine-grain) E275K2. E 355 + N E – steel for machine parts. E275.• cast analysis E355 + AR EN 10204 less adequate • tensile test E355 J2 +N 3. +AR – heat treatment is not required. Steel designation according to EN: • steel for tubes for mechanical treatment: steel E355 + AR.2.1 to production • impact test E420 J2* +N mode.) • tensile test E315 + AR. 3.viď str. 35.22.Alloy steels (see overview page 21 and comparison of steels) EN 10084 . 55.CxyE a CxyR .1. 21. ** Tubes are not mechanically worked.2) • material identification E355K2 +N (for alloyed steel) E460K2 +N (See also E420J2 +N page 10) Optional: C22E +N • upon agreement C35E +N Table 17 of standard C45E +N C60E +N 38Mn6 +N 41Cr4 + QT (+ N) 25CrMo4 + QT (+ N) 30CrMo4 + QT (+ N) 34CrMo4 + QT (+ N) 42CrMo4 + QT (+ N) C10E + N (+A) C15E + N (+A) C15R + N (+A) 20NiCrMo2-2 + N (+A) 16MnCr5 +N EN 10083-2 . +BK 17210 C10* • tensile test 6323/1. 60. CxyE a CxyR . 40.10.TDC Steel grade Testing and certificates standards 10294-1 Name Condition Surface Testing Certificate Specific: visually miss. Steel tubes produced from steels from these standards are included in EN 10297-1 Údaje . 60 a 28Mn6 EN 10083-3 .1 (2.22%. 45. 355 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 . +N – normalising annealed or formed steel 20MnV6 steel designated by chemical composition – guaranteed mean C content 0. 45. E315.3 HFS 3 (360) Hot finished Compliance • flattening HFS 4 (410) • as rolled with standard • impact test HFS 5 (490) certificate • drift expanding HFS 8 (540) • hydrotest or NDT upon agreement Other TDC Marking Longitudinally on tube • paint stenciling • die stamping • label on tube Label on bundle (OD < 45 mm) Data: • producer • steel grade • condition • OD x ID • standard EN • identif. 15. D tolerance upon agreement. guaranteed content Mn and V +AR – heat teratment is not required.C steel C 22.B • other test upon agreement Ck22 Cold finished Cm22 •+NBK. 35. 16 and alloy steels These standards are presented only informatory. 50. + N • impact test ((if possible)) E355 + AR. 55. + N Specific: • dimensions E470 + AR EN 10204 • visual E275K2 +N 3. number • inspector • +H and cast number (EN 10297-1) Surface protection Packing • without bundle • upon agreement 300– 3500 kg • each tube • small diameter by label • without • upon agreement Steel with boron content (kind 20MnB5) upon agreement. +N – normalising annealed or formed • steel for machine parts: steel without heat treatment after mechanical treatment non-alloy steel E 235. ((if possible)) E 470* + AR • dimensions *steel type Cold finished • visual 20MnV6 •+ N alebo + SR Non . * List of steel – see table of chemical composition at pages 20.specific: Mandatory: 10297-1 E235 + AR. + N 2. + N EN 10204 • cast analysis E275 + AR.20%. E – reference to maximum checked content of S and P steel 38Mn6 – guaranteed mean C content and guaranteed Mn content 17 .

les than 0. Seamless hot-formed steel pipes. Steel for higher purposes. Dimensions.5 mm Weight ±10 % T ≤ 7mm ±12% min ±0.4) NPS ≥ 2 ±1 % Weight ±10 % Table 5/Page 31 Hot finished (table 6): Table 18/Page 66 D ≤ 76. 18 . Dimensions. Carbon steel for heat treatment. Dimensions.5 mm Tolerance T T < 20 mm ±15 % min ±0. Dimensions. General dimensions and masses per unit length. Dimensions. Pipe.3 mm ±0. Seamless hot-formed steel pipes.5 mm/m STN ČSN GOST 42 5715 42 5716 8732 See page 24 PN-H 74219 See page 24 ASTM ASME A53* SA-53* A519 JIS G3445 • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs See page 36 Table 2/Page 28 NPS ≤ 11/2 ±1/64 inch (±0. Unalloyed seamless steel tubes . Seamless steel tubes for mechanical application.35 mm D = 51–168. General requirements for specialized carbon and alloy steel pipe. Carbon steel tubes for machine structural purposes.5 inch and XXS – plain and square cut See page 24 * Ends preparing is valid for ASTM A53.5 mm Lengths • random • exact –15 % + non-specific (limited by weight) • random • exact L < 6 m 0 +10 mm L > 6 m 0 +15 mm Straightness Tube ends • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs Weight –8 % +10 % 49-312 UNI 4991 (ISO 4200) 7729 Hot finished: D ≤ 51 mm ±0. Seamless carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing. steel. TDC.5 % (do D = 168. XS. ČSN 42 5715 Hot formed seamless steel tubes. 98) WT > 0. TDC. Steel for tubes. Standard plain end seamles and welded tubes. ČSN 42 5716 Hot formed seamless steel tubes with smaller tolerances. Seamless steel tubes with improved mechinability for mechanical machined parts.3 mm) WT=Std.25 mm D = 25–51 mm ±0. TDC.79 mm Cold finished: Table 9 of standard Table 8 and 9 of standard Table 10/Page 52 • fixed 6 m ±500 mm • exact 6 m –0 +15 mm visually straight •square cut ends •plain. zinc-coated. welded and seamless.5 mm D = 51–419 mm ±1% Weight ±10% Cold finished: D ≤ 25 mm ±0.75 mm Weight –8 % +10 % ±1 % min ±0.10mm T > 7mm –10 +12 % T/D ≤ 3 % ±15 % T/D > 3 % ±12.2 mm ±0.4 mm) –12. welded and seamless. Plain end tubes for general purposes.3 mm ±0.2–114.5 % (Table X 2.17 mm ±0.5 inch/12. black and hot-dipped.7 mm beveled (s. Hot rolled seamless steel tubes.plain end tubes for mechanical application. Low-alloy steel with higher properties.3 mm) option of the manufacturer •NPS ≥ 2 (DN 50/60.3–152. for A519 as NF A. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards STN 42 0250 STN 42 5715 STN 42 5716 ASTM A53 ASTM A519 ASTM A530 UNI ISO 4200 UNI 663 UNI 4991 UNI 7729 NFA 49-311 NFA 49-312 GOST 8731 GOST 8732 JIS G 3445 PN-H 74219 PN-H 84018 PN-H 84019 PN-H 84023/7 ČSN 42 0250 Hot formed seamless tubes from steel class 10 to 16.Tubes for mechanical engineering and general use StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range NF A 49-311 Table 1/Page 26 Dimensions Tolerance D ±1 % min ±0.3 mm) 1. not threadet •NPS ≤ 11/2 (DN 40/48.64 mm D = 114. Plain end steel tubes. Unalloyed seamless steel tubes.51 mm Table 7 of standard Table 19/Page 67 D = 76.

05 Nb max.020 19 Other  Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % N 0.40 max.30 max.08 max.0.08 max.0.65 1.045 0.0.0.0.90–1.50 max.20 max.1. steels according ČSN and GOST see pages 20 and 21) Standards DIN 17 121 17 124 NFA 49-501 EN 10210-1 Chemical composition [%] Steel grade C Si Mn RSt 37-2 St 44-2 St 44-3 St 52-3 StE 255 TStE 255 EStE 255 StE 285 TStE 285 EStE 285 StE 355 TStE 355 EStE 355 max.0.050 0.0.0.009 275 Al min.hydrostatic pressure.0.030 0.015 – – – – max.0.10) • upon • flattening • seamless cold finished and agreement • leakage – optional: • steel grade thereafter heat treated insulation .040 0.0.0.020 355 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 340 410 410 490 360 360 360 390 390 390 490 490 490 470 540 540 630 480 480 480 510 510 510 630 630 630 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 26 22 22 22 25 25 25 24 24 24 22 22 22 235 275 – – 340 410 480 550 – – 25 22 235 275 275 355 355 275 275 355 355 460 460 – – – –– – – – – – 340 410 410 490 490 370 370 470 470 550 550 470 560 560 630 630 510 510 630 630 720 720 – – – – – – – – – 26 22 22 22 22 24 24 22 22 17 17 – – .0.0.10 max.65 0.• tensile test Data: tubes upon agree. 55.20 – – – max.035 0.60–1.0.040 0. 0.0.16 max.0.040 0.30 max.0.0.50 0.40 max.65 0. and temp.0.020 355 Al min.0.0.30 max.009 N 0.030 0.030 0. 35.0.0.0.0.0.35 max.00–1.0.08 max.0.0.0.60 max.020 285 Al min.90–1.20 max. 0.0.40 0.30 max.40 max.18 max.30 0.) Seamless tubes: S • product analysis Tube or bundle: Hot finished: H • tensile test • steel Cold finished: C • impact test • method (SH.30 max.50–1.050 0.03 V max.0.40 max.0.30 max.035 0.0.20 max.020 255 Al min.035 0.20 0.08 max.20 max.21 max.08 max.0.1.0.60 0. values in size table X 2.0.20 max.35 max.0.0.50 max.0.040 0.60 max.0.035 0. 0.NDT (NDE) E213.015 0.30 max.50 max.08 – – – – max.30 max.18 max.040 0.to A700 Dimensions tion mode • impact test (NPS ≤ 2 inch) • producer ment 1/8– 3/8 (DN 6 .030 0. 0.0.0.20 max.025 0. E570 • standard .030 0.20 max.10 max.050 0.40 max.035 0.050 0.0.30 max.70 N 0.040 0.30 max.0.30 max.0.0.20 max.1.30 – – – – max.40 0.30 max.35 max.0.0.50 max.0.0.30 – – – – max.65 0. 20.70 max.30 max.1.0. R45.40 max.0.0.0.0.0.70 1.040 0.025 0.0.30 max.0.009 235 N 0.040 0.0.10 – – – – – max.0.020 355 Al min.025 – – – – – max.22 – – – – S 235 JRH S 275 JOH S 275 J2H S 355 JOH S 355 J2H S 275 NH S 275 NLH S 355 NH S 355 NLH S 460 NH S 460 NLH max.0.0.20 max. R65 (chemical composition see also page 71) Hot finished • adequate • product analysis Tube or bundle: at non insulated according • as rolled to produc.035 0.0.035 0.16 max.40 0.10 max.50–1. 0.0.10–0.08 max.020 285 Al min.18 – – – – max.20 max.0.22 max.50 0.00–1. 20.60–1.30 max.0.020 355 Al min.0.0.015 0.0.80 max.0.025 0.0.55 max.0.030 0.30 max.009 – V max.Longitudinally on tube ment Label on bundle Surface protection Packing • without bundle • upon agreement 300– 3500 kg • hydrotest • other tests upon agreement Fe 360 Fe 510 Fe 540 • visual • tensile test • dimensions 42 0250 • producer’s logo • steel grade • standard Data – see page 25 8731 Data – see page 37 steel 1050: 10.025 0.0.16 max.08 max. R55.22 max.18 max.0.009 – N 0.20 max.0.30 max.05 V max.50–1.0.20 max. 45.12 Ti max.040 0.50 max.80 – – – – – max.020 275 Al min.020 255 Al min.025 0.90–1.50 max.025 TU E235 TU E275 max.0.0.0.0.30 0.30 max.0.0.20 max.20 max.90–1.65 0.0.50 – – – – 0.18 max.90–1.040 0.035 0.20 max.2 • length Hot finished (HF) • product analysis • cast number Cold finished (CW) • tensile test (upon agreement) method of testing • A (annealed) • hardness (upon agreement) NPS < 11/2 – label • N (normalized) • drift expanding (upon agreement) • SR (stress relieved) • NDT (upon agreement) • QT (quench.025 0.60 max.025 0.030 0.0. 35.40 0.40 max.0.10–0.040 0.0.30 max.040 – – – – – – – – – – 0. 19281: 09G2S 74219 Data – see page 25 A53/A530 SA53/SA 530 Grade A Grade B A519 Steel grade according to table G3445 Steel grade according to table steel 84018: 18G2. 84023/7: R35.0. 45.030 0.035 0. 84019: 10. 18G2A.030 0.10 max.0.0.0.30 max.20 max.020 255 Al min.0.0.40 0. E309.20 Al min.0.0.0.0.045 0.30 max.0.030 0.Steel grade TDC standards 49-311 Name TU 37-b TU 52-b TU 56-b TU XC35 S 470M 49-312 663 S 450MG2 Fe 35-1 Fe 45-1 Fe 52-1 Fe 55-1 Fe 35-2 Fe 45-2 Fe 52-2 Fe 55-2 7729 Testing and certificates Condition Hot finished Surface • as rolled Hot finished • as rolled • normalized Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Testing • tensile test • cast analysis • other tests upon agreement Other TDC Certificate Marking Upon agree.40 0.40 max.70 Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu 0.30 0.10–0.0.22 max.035 0.030 0. SC) • condition according • flattening • dimension to agreement • hydrotest or NDT upon agreement • producer Steels for structural tubes (see on page 14–15.16 max.0.50–1. 0.1.0.030 0.0.50–1.30 max.17 max.0.30 max.0.30 – – – – – max.020 285 Al min.35 max.08 max.60–1.55 max.0.20 max.0.0.10 max.0.17 max.0.0.

20 max.0.80 0.045 0.020 Al min.0.30–0.0.90 0.0.040 0.40 max.4 St 44.0.1.30–0.35–1.035 0.0.0.15–0.035 0.040 0.39 0.0.0.0. 20 480 550 650 480 550 650 550 550 550 670 670 670 760 760 760 820 820 820 25 21 21 25 21 21 21 21 21 17 17 17 16 16 16 14 14 14 24 22 20 18 450 550 650 450 550 650 480 660 660 25 21 17 28 23 18 24 20 20 720 20 17 16 18 22 .0.0.25 0.23 0.90 0.15–0.0.0.24 0.040 0.60–0.50–0.20 0.0 St 37.040 0.50 0.10–0.040 0.050 0.0.0.18 0.00–1.60 0.30–0.10–1.17 max.050 0.0.040 0.40 max.0.17 max.040 0.040 0.22 max.80 0.0.050 0.22 max.045 0.60 1.0.10–0.60 0.050 0.035 0.040 0.V 0.050 0.30–0.25 max.040 0.30–0.10–0.0.55 max.60–0.040 0.040 0.50–0.040 0.020 max.30–0.15–0.50–0.08 355 Al min. Cu.13 0.50 0.040 0.035 0.60–0.0.15–0.0.035 0.045 0.18 0.85 0.0.60 0.40 0.40–0.55 max.21 0.050 0.30–0.0.0.25 0.020–0.050 0.10 HFS 3 HFS 4 HFS 5 HFS 8 max.0.035 0.040 0.040 0.07–0.28–0.050 0.30–0.60 max.17–0.045 0.045 max.37–0.28 0.39 0.050 0.60–0.23 0.35 min.80 0.52–0.40 max.045 0.80 0.040 max.60 0. In steels of type C 22R is content of S 0.050 0.050 0.18–0.035 0.020 Al min.40 max.050 0.18 0.40 0.040 0.60 0.80 11 523 11 550 11 650 12 040 12 050 12 060 ASTM A 53* A 519 DIN 1629 1630 17204 17210 BS 6323/3 UNI 663 7729 NFA 49-311 49-312 TU 37-b TU 52-b TU XC35 S470M S450MG2 max.0.040 0.50 1.25 max.050 0.30–0.15–0. Ni.040 0.15–0.60 0.90 0.17–0.40 0.15–0.32–0.050 215 235 340 340 360 410 490 540 0.V 0.32–0.035 0.040 0.035 0.60 0.39 0.50 0.20 max.52–0.30–0.0.0.0.050 0.050 0.035 0.0.0.1.045 0.40 max.40 max.40 max.035 0.045 0.60–0.60 0.040 0.0.90 0.15 0.040 0.035 0.35 max.0.035 0.040 0.08–0.040 0.50 0.25 0.40 0.60 0.40 235 265 Al min. 0.0.50 0.30 max.40 max.30–0.25 0.0.60 0.90 0.48–0.0.40 0.1. Mo.40 max.10–0.0.050 0.60–0.045 0.045 max.035 0.040 0.60–0.15 max.90 0.035 %.40 max.35 min.050 0.045 0.0.1.30 295 max.0.50–0. ČSN 11 503 0.0.50–0.30 375 max.34 0.50–0.015 353 315 365 max.35 min.040 0.0.24 0.035 0.030 0.050 0.4 St 52.040 0.035 0.50 0.0.30–0.40 max.50 max.42–0.40 max.90 1.040 0.10 0.22 max.12–0.17 max.045 0.0.18 0.020–0.0.050 0.60–0.15 0.22 max.35 max.80 0.4 C22 Ck22 Cm22 C35 Ck35 Cm35 C45 Ck45 Cm45 C55 Ck55 Cm55 C10 Ck10 C15 Ck15 Cm15 16MnCr5 max.20 0.045 0.050 0.38 – – – – – – 0.36–0.050 max.015–0.90 max.035 0.70–1.1.55 max.0.60 0.0.40 max.0.20 0.0.035 0.30–0.035 240 260 340 240 260 340 215 355 275 350 450 550 350 450 550 360 510 540 max.0.40 0.60 0.0.50–0.18 0.050 0.40 max.13–0.045 0.040 0.045 0.050 0.035 0.35 max.60 0.65 1.44 0.30 max.0.0.28 0.040 0.19 max.37 0.00%.050 0.10–0.15 max.0 St 52.0.20 0.0.0.80 0.015 max.0.30 max.18 max.0 St 44. V shall not exceed 1.0.40 max.40 0.60–0.15 .0.40 1.30–0.30–0.60–0.045 0.95 1.0.22 0.0.05–0.20 0.42–0.70 0.42–0.40 max.50 0.36 max.050 0.17–0.24 Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other  Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.0.045 0.12–0.35 max.0.050 0.08 340 441 440 539 25 21 490 510 540 640 630 628 640 735 530 590 640 22 23 17 12 18 17 13 205 240 30 35 330 415 48 60 221 32 345 50 25 241 35 379 55 25 276 40 448 65 20 310 345 45 50 517 552 75 80 15 10 235 275 355 235 275 355 260 260 260 300 300 300 350 350 350 370 370 370 350 420 500 350 420 500 420 420 420 520 520 520 610 610 610 670 670 670 0.30 max.40 min.30 0.050 0.52–0.55 max.0.050 0.21 max.045 0.035 0.045 0.60 0.0.24 0.035 0.040 max.0.08–0.40 .0.90 0.040 0.08–0.035 0.050 St 37.040 0.040 0.050 0.050 0.045 0.040 0.0.00 0.50 max.15 max.035 0.40 max.90 0. * The total composition for elements Cr.0.035 0.045 0.20 max.0.60 0.0.15 In steels of type Cm is content of S 0.50 min.30–0.Steels for tubes for mechanical and general engineering Standards Chemical composition [%] Steel grade C 11 353 11 453 max.20 0.040 0.050 0.35–1.30 Nb 0.0.40 max.15–0.40 0.040 0.0.00 0.44 0.035 0.45 0.50 0.035 0.23 0.0.60 0.030 0.40 max.25 0.32–0.13 0.60–0.18 max.0.13–0.19–0.045 max.0.60 0.0.55 0.50 1.0.60 max.045 0.60–0.22 max.22–0.50 0.35 max.050 0.50–0.60 0.0.050 0.0.50–0.43–0.90 0.70 0.035 max.040 0.50 .30 0.00–1.035 0.30 V 0.22–0.045 0.70–1.18 0.55 0.36 0.18–0.60–0.0.80 0.0.37 0.035 0.035 0.60 0.20 0.0.90 0.70–1.32 .1.050 0.020 Al min.035 0.0.035 0.40 max.30–0.0.040 0.42–0.55 max.040 0.040 220 345 320 470 450 360 510 540 620 550 Al min.050 0.050 Fe 35-1 Fe 45-1 Fe 55-1 Fe 35-2 Fe 45-2 Fe 55-2 Fe 360 Fe 510 Fe 540 max.90 0.30 325 max.035 0.22 max.040 max.0.050 0.035 0.0.050 0.10–0.40–0.050 0.30–0.040 %.12–0.36 max.35 min.60 0.30–0.00–1.17 max.40 max.040 0.40 max.80 0.32–0.80 0.0.90 0.035 0.045 0.0.0.050 0.30 GradeA GradeB MT 1010 MT 1015 MT X 1015 MT 1020 MT X 1020 1008 1010 1012 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1025 1026 1030 1035 1040 1045 1050 1518 1524 1541 0.22 max.20 max.80–1.65 0.0.0. 0.035 0.0.80 max.14–0.15–0.050 0.10–0.040 0.07–0.50–0.32–0.60 0.60 0.040 0.040 0.25 max.23 0.40 max.0.08 max.90 0.30 V 0.1.0.17–0.90 0.52–0.15–0.045 0.13 0.18–0.050 0.035 0.00 0.040 0.

45 0.15 max.32–0.80 0.035 0.60 max.035 0.08 max.10–0.040 0.40–1.0.37–0.00 0.40 0.040 0.90 0.40 max.0.040 0.1.30 V 0.17–0.040 0.0.035 0.040 0.40 max.35 max.40 max.40 max.37 0.0.40 max.035 0. 0.035 0. 0.0.20 max.80 0.40 0.18 max.60 0.02 max.42–0.35 max.80 0.30–0.030 max.55 max.40 1.035 0. 0.040 0. 0.30–1.60 0.34 max.040 0. 0.10 max.40 max.40 0. 0.035 0. 0.0.0.21 max.45–0.0.045 0.15 max.0. 0.035 0.60 .34 max.20 0.0.35 max.40–1.035 0.20 max. 0.30 0.0.040 0.37–0.10 max.80 0.035 0.40 max.40 0. 0.50 0.30 0.35 C60E 38Mn6 25CrMo4 34CrMo4 42CrMo4 20NiCrMo2-2 GOST 1050 Chemical composition [%] C 0.035 max.12 0.0.0.30–0. 0.08–0.42 0.25 max.040 0.035 0.035 0.30–0. 0.50–0.0.15–0.25 max.55 max.60 0. 1.40 max. 0.80 0.035 0.10 max.0. 0.040 0. 0.15 . 0.035 0.60–0. 0.42–0.0.40–0.60–0.50–0. 0. 0.40 max.15–0.0. 0.0. 0.40 max.40 0.40 max.0.23 max.0.20 0.30 0.0.50–0.35–0. 0.0.80 0.35 max.10 max.35 E355K2 max.30 max.30 max.0.60–0.10–0.50 max.30–1.035 0. 0.50 max.40 0.30 max.15 .35–0.30 max.1.70 0.21 max.0.03 Al min.40–0.40 0.040 0.0. 0. 0.44 max.50 max.07–0.50 1.0.70 0.27–0.10 max.040 0.29 max.0.030 0.12–0.045 0.10 max.035 0.24 max.0.035 0.035 0.35 max.35 0.040 0.25 max.22 max.40 max.60–0.0.15 max.040 0.30 STKM 11A STKM 12A STKM 12B STKM 12C STKM 13A STKM 13B STKM 13C STKM 14A STKM 14B STKM 14C STKM 15A STKM 15C STKM 16A STKM 16C STKM 17A STKM 17C STKM 18A STKM 18B STKM 18C STKM 19A STKM 19C STKM 20A max.00 0.1.40 max.00 0.17–0.60 max.10 max.40 max.0. 1.040 0. 0.40 max. 0.05 Ti max. 0.55 max.10 max.40 0.40 max.0.17–0.37 0. 0.0.0.0.20 0.40 0.050 max.90 0.35 max.0.0.25–0.035 0.40 max. 0.00 0.45–0.045 0.40 max. 0.40–0.035 0.0.0.90 0. 0.45 0.40 max.040 0.90 0.0.15 E275K2 max.035 0.50–0.40 0.40 max.47–0.035 0.0.80 0.13 max.52–0. 0.030 0.0.10 max.08–0. 0.045 0.32–0.90 0.40 max.0.22–0.0.035 0. 0. 0.30–1. 0.035 0.60–0.30–1.0.0.30 .040 0. 0.50 max.40 0.0.22 max.0.25 max.035 0. Steel for tubes according PN-H see page 71.040 0.030 max.045 0. 20MnV6+N = E420J2. 0.40 0.22 0.40 0.0. 1. 0. 0.08 max.0.40 0.40 max.22 max.0.60 0.10 max.25–0.040 0.30–0.0.40 max.35 max.25 max.035 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.0.25 max. 0. 1.14 0.65 max.30–1.22 .0.040 0.32–0.040 0.50–0. 0.35 max.10 max.035 0. 0.40 max.00 0.15–0.30 max.25 max.10 max.0. 0.35–0.17–0.0.40 max.0.0.30 0. 0.0.90 0.040 0.90 0. 0.10–0.65 0. 0.30–0.10 max. 20MnV6+QT = E590K2 (see also pages 114 and 115).50 max.035 0.30 max.30–0.045 0.10 max.040 0.52–0.80 0. 0.40–1.22 0.80 0.80 0.18 max.55 0.60–0.030 0.040 0.40 0. 0.0.50–0.60 0.70 0.0.90 0.040 0. 0.40 0.10 0.60 .60–0. 0.040 0.10 max.050 max.045 0. 0.045 0.30 max.12 max.040 0. 0.55 max.040 0.0.35–0.0.045 0.0.0.17–0. 0. 0.90 0.0.035 0.60–0.035 0.17–0. 0.40 .40–0.55 max.0.35–0.40 max.35–0.47–0.12–0.40 max.90–1.65 0.30 1.045 0.0.40 max. 0.50 max.65 .040 0.0.40 0.40 max.0.90 .02 V max.40 max.40 max.040 Other V max. Alloy steel in EN 10083-3 see pages 120-121.40 0.040 0.35 max.24 max.040 0.40 max.00 0. 0.25 max.10 max.30–1.40–0.40 0.90 0.27–0.07–0.1.40 0.19 max.20 0.65 0. 0.030 0.0.60 max.40 max.70 max.0.040 0.0.29 max.30 0.25 .55 max.39 0.035 0.50–0. 21 240 240 260 260 280 280 300 300 320 320 340 340 355 355 370 370 430 430 470 470 510 510 550 550 580 580 620 620 650 650 680 680 24 24 22 22 20 20 18 18 16 16 14 14 12 12 11 11 240 260 280 300 320 340 355 370 430 470 510 550 580 620 650 680 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 11 355 355 470 420 235 275 315 355 490 490 650 600 360 410 450 490 18 20 17 19 25 22 21 20 275 410 22 355 490 20 390 400 710 670 10 14 205 245 315 355 345 330 410 530 600 490 31 25 20 16 21 175 275 355 215 305 380 245 355 410 275 430 325 460 345 480 275 315 380 315 410 390 290 340 390 470 370 440 510 410 500 550 470 580 510 620 550 650 440 490 510 490 550 540 35 35 25 20 30 20 15 25 15 15 22 12 20 12 20 10 25 23 15 23 15 23 0.40 max.22–0. 0.40 0.40 0.040 max.50–1.40 max. 0.32–0.00 0.040 0.55 max.17–0. 0.16–0.40 max.55 max. 0.80 0.50–0.035 0. 0.030 0.40 0.0. 0.50–0.40 0.0.35 max.50–0. 0.1.045 0.90 0.045 0.40 max.40 max. 0.045 0.29 max.0.20 max.50 0.25 max.0. 1.90 .50 0.14–0.16–0.40–1. 0.40 0.10 max.10 max.035 max.045 0.22–0.12–0.030 0.0. 0.040 0.00 max.10 max.30 V max.040 0.40 max.0.0.39 max.040 0.035 0.0.0.035 0.12 Ti max.40 max.40 0.50 max.35 max.Standards EN 10083–2 10084 10294 -1 10297-1 Steel grade C22E C22R C25E C25R C30E C30R C35E C35R C40E C40R C45E C45R C50E C50R C55E C55R 28Mn6 C22 C25 C30 C35 C40 C45 C50 C55 C10E C10R C15E C15R C16E C16R 16MnCr5 E355+AR E355+N 20MnV6+AR 20MnV6+N E235 E275 E315 E355 19281 JIS G 3445 PN-H 84019 Si Mn Pmax Smax 0.040 0.52–0.30 max.0. 0.40 max.040 0.42–0.50–0.00 0.35 0.42–0.50 0.65 0. 0. 0.32–0.045 0.80–1.0.50 0.10 max.0.70 0.0.035 max. 0.0.65 0.70 0.035 0.40 max.040 0.40 max.1. 0. 0.035 0.1.1.12–0. 0.18 max.70 0. 0.55 max.18 max.32 max.90 .05 Al min.60 max.0. 0.035 0. 0.40 0.40 0.20 max. 0. 0.35 max.70 0.80 0.40 max.50 max.040 0.50 max.0.1.045 0. 0.50 1.50–0.50–0.0.0.035 0.040 0.60 .40 max.30–1.39 max.045 0.0.0. 0. 0.38 .40 0. 0.0.70 0.50–0.60 max.30 .18 max.0.40–1.37 0.0.40 0.040 0.90 0.0.47–0.44 max.040 0.40 1.40 max.40 max.40 max.40 0.040 0.0.0.60 0.40 max.040 0.045 0.10 max.40 max.30–0.10 max.0.07–0.040 0. 0.040 0.17–0.10 max.035 0. 0.50 max.50 max.040 0.10 max.18 max.30 0.10 max.18 max.035 0.15 .045 0. 0. 0.035 0.14 0.0.40–0.035 0.30  Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % .27–0.70 10 20 35 45 09G2S 0. 0.07–0.035 0. 0.0.60 .040 0.34 max.40 0.0.90 0.10 max.040 0.30 max.44 max.24 max.90 0.30 0.37–0.70 0. 0. 0.0.035 0.040 0.40 0.040 0.45 max.40 max.80 0.0.40 0.1.0.90 0.57 .0.60 0.34–0.30 V max.035 0.65 0.035 0.0.50–0.35 max.17–0.40 0.040 0.0.0. 0.37 max.13 max.040 0.95 0.0.24 0.30 0.80 1.050 0. 0. 0.0.040 0.040 0.10 max.40 0.045 0.40 0.17 .35 max. 0.0.0.40 max.40 max.40 0.040 0.80 0.29 max.80 0. 0. 0. 0.30 V 0.40 0.15 .0. 0.0.0.035 Cr Ni Mo Cu max.50–0.00–1.24 0.0.050 0.55 max. 0.0.30 Steel 20MnV6+AR = E470. 0.0.0.10–0.040 0.10 max.40 max.040 0. 1.40 max.30 V max.10 max.40 0.035 max.50 max.10 max. 0.55 max.37 0.040 10 20 35 45 0.0.35 .25 max. 0.17 max.20 max.39 max.035 0.30–1.08 max.50–0. 0.08 max. 0.0.030 0.80 0.65 0.40 max.040 0.40 max.42–0.60 max.40 max.

containing fine grain steel (New name is P355N).3 mm / T < 7.5 mm 10305-1 Table 16/Page 64 See page 60– 64 (upon (Cold formed precise) agreement) DIN BS 2448 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 100 mm ±1 % min ±0. For this reason the steel was moved to the part 3 of EN 10216.5 % +17.5 % +15 % Cold finished tubes with less tolerances • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +6 mm L > 6 m 1.11D ±12.Fluid Transportation . Carbon steel pipes and tubes with specified room temperature properties for pressure purposes. Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties.5 % • T > 0. TDC. 3 mm • option: with beveled ends (see page 98) Precise length tolerances: • L < 6 m 0 +10 mm • L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm • L > 12 m 0 +upon agreement Visually straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • option: with beveled ends (T ≥ 3.1 mm ±12.3 mm 5 .05–0.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for room temperatures StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D EN 10216-1 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 219.3 mm / T ≥ 7.5 % min ±0.4 mm See page 60– 64 (Cold formed precise) Lengths Kinds: • random • fixed ±500 mm • exact Informative values: • D < 60.Piping and Pressure Purposes (PED. Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements.5 mm Dimensions Tolerance T D ≤ 219. Steel designation according to EN: P – steel for pressure equipments 235 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 T – steel for tubes R – room temperature 1. 2 – group of quality TR 1 . AD 2000 Merkblatt W4) Note: Very often used steel St52 (according to DIN) in now produced as fine grain.L • square cut ends for tube • free from excessive calcualtion to 1 m burrs max.General Purposes (see page 54) TR 2 . Dimension and masses per unit lengt of welded and seamless steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes.6 m • D ≥ 60. TDC. Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. TDC. Dimensions.1 mm ±1 % min ±0. TDC.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60.0015.05D –12.5 mm/m. TDC.5 % • T > 4Tn ±9 % Tn – basic wall thickness according to DIN 2448 D = 130–320 mm • T ≤ 0. Plain end seamless steel tubes.2 mm) D < 130 mm • T ≤ 2Tn –10 % +15 % • 2Tn < T < 4Tn –10 % +12. 22 . Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties. Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements.5 % • T > 0.11D ±10 % See page 60–64 (Cold finished precise) ≤ 3 %D ±15 % > 3 %D –12.1 mm 5–6 m • longer upon agreement Straightness Tube ends Alloved 0. max 12 mm Visually straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10216-1 DIN 1629 DIN 1630 DIN 2448 BS 3600 BS 3601 ISO 9329-1 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes.5 mm D = 100–200 mm ±1 % 2391-1 (upon agreement) Table 16/Page 64 3600 Table 1/Page 26 See page 60– 64 (Cold finished precise) ±1 % min ±0.

under 76.4 3601 360 430 Hot finished: • as rolled • condition N after normalizing only upon agreement Cold finished: • normalized – condition NBK Hot finished: • as rolled • normalized Cold finished: • normalized Testing Quality TR1: • non-specific • specific Quality TR2: • specific Mandatory testing: • cast analysis • tensile test • leak tightness (page 11) • dimensions • visual • impact test (TR2) at room temperature • tensile test • ring • leak tightness (page 11) • dimensions • visual • chemical composition (scope of inspection cetificate of series 3) • tensile test • ring • leak tightness (page 11) • dimensions • visual • chemical composition (scope of inspection cetificate of series 3) Upon agreement: • NDT • impact test (T > 10 mm) • tensile test • flattening • impact test • visual • leak tightness (page 11) • hydrotest or NDT Leakage test according to standards ASTM A (ASME SA) Within limits it is necessary to use in preference the methods of NDE (NDT).under 3 (50.7 MPa Higher pressure according to agreement.1 • EN standard • 3.1.C 50049 • 3.A • 3. represent. represent.1.0 MPa) for pipe over 3.2 • 3.under 2 (38.2 tube end 3500 kg • 3.1.1.4 St 44. MPa). ASTM A 530 and A999 (Pipe) Each length of pipe shall be tested to a hydrostatic pressure which will produce in the pipe wall a stress not less that 60% of the minimum specified yield strength for C-steel pipe: P = 2 St / D S = PD / 2t The minimum hydrostatic test pressure need not exceed 2500 psi (17. .under 127) 3 500 (24) 5 and over (127 and over) 4 500 (31) Other TDC Certificate Marking Surface protection Packing D < 51 mm – label • without protection bundle 10204 D > 51 mm – data on • upon agreement 300– • 2. The tube wall stress shall be determined by the following equation: S = PD / 2t (psi.C Data: • manufacturer • steel • letter S • mark of insp. If hydrostatic test is agreed.9 mm) 23 .0 St 52.8) 2 000 (14) 2 . especially for cold finished tubes. Surface treatment possibility.0 MPa) for pipe 3.2 (see also • steel page 10) • specific inspection .under38.1.Steel grade TDC standards 10216-1 Name P195TR1 P235TR1 P265TR1 P195TR2 P235TR2 P265TR2 Condition Hot finished: Quality TR1 • as rolled • normalising formed • normalized Quality TR2 • normalising formed • normalized Testing and certificates Surface Visually without defects.0 St 44.marking usually die stamping or label on the bundle .5 in (88.4 St 52. • mark at 2470T1 . MPa) Under 1 (25. mm) Pressure P (psi.2 . for ASTM A 1016 is valid value 1000 psi .0 1630 St 37.1.Pound units: P = 32000 t / D SI units: P = 220.under 5 (76.4) 1 000 (7) 1.identification number 50049 • 2. Cold finished: Quality TR1 and TR2 • normalized 1629 St 37.1.5in or 2800 psi (19.A • 3.2) 2 500 (17) 3 . adequate to production mode.under11/2 (25.B • 3.B • 3. a minimum hydrostatic test pressure is determined by the following equation: ASTM A450 and ASTM A 1016 (Tube) Inch .1 Data: • manufacturer • 3.under 50.cast number .6t / D The minimum hydrostatic test pressure need not exceed these values: D (in..1) 1 500 (10) 11/2 .mark of insp.4 .8 .marking NDT at DIN 1630 • test certificate • test results The values are valid for ASTM A 450.

min.6 mm. STN 42 5715 ČSN 42 5715 Hot formed seamless steel tubes. steel.5 mm / m • T > 20 mm 2. welded and seamless. GOST 8732 Seamless hot-formed steel pipes.3 mm T > 3 mm ±10 % Visually straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • option: with beveled ends T ≤ 4 mm ±0. Dimensions.8 % T ≤ 4 mm –0. Plain end seamless hot rolled tubes with specified room temperature properties and with special delivery conditions. UNI 7287 Seamless plain end tubes made from basis non-alloy steel.5 mm T > 4 mm ±12.5 m • exact up to 7 m: L ≤ 6 m 0 + 10 mm L > 6 m 0 + 15 mm • multiple + 5 mm on cut • fixed ± 500 mm • T up to 20 mm 1. Dimensions. T ≤ 10 mm ±12.4 mm 42 6711 see precision tubes –15 % +12.6 mm and T up to 16 mm See page 18 Hot finished: D Ł 40 mm ±0.6 mm Cold finished: D Ł 25 mm ±0. 4 of st. 24 . TDC. TDC.5 % A53 SA-53 G3454 G3455 • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm L > 6 m 0 +15 mm • random • exact 0 +15 mm • multiple +5 mm on cut. total • square cut ends 0. JIS G 3454 Carbon steel pipes for pressure service. PN-H 84023/07 Steel for higher purposes.5% D > 320 mm ± 15% Table 10/Page 52 ASTM ASME JIS Lengths • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 8 m 0 +10 mm L > 8 m 0 +15 mm • random 4 .5 mm D = 50–160 mm ±1 % Cold finished: D Ł 40 mm ±0.20 mm Weight –8 % +10 % –15 % Weight ±10 % STN ČSN 42 5715 42 5716 (42 6710) (42 6711) GOST 8732 PN-H 74219 42 5715 D ≤ 219 mm ±1.3 mm D > 32 mm ±0.5 mm/m • option: with beveled ends T ≤ 3 mm –10 % +15 % T > 3 mm –10 % +12 % See page 36 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 50 mm ± 0.25 mm ±0.25 % (Table 6/Page 32) min ±0. GOST 8731 Seamless hot-formed steel pipes. black and hot-dipped.3 mm D > 40 mm ±0.2 mm T > 2 mm ±10 % List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards NFA 49-112 Steel tubes.50 mm Over50mm Class of precision D1= ± 1. TDC. STN 42 0250 ČSN 42 0250 Hot formed seamless tubes from steel class 10 to 16. max +50 mm ±12.8 % Hot finished: D Ł 50 mm ±0. ASTM A530 General requirements for specialized carbon and alloy steel pipe.320 mm ± 12.5 mm D ≤ 101.5 mm 7287 ±0.00% Class of precision D1= ± 15% Class of precision D2 D ≤ 130 mm ± 10% D = 130 . JIS G 3455 Carbon steel pipes for high pressure service.6 mm T > 4 mm –12.25% Class of precision D2 = ± 1. ASTM A53 Pipe. Dimensions.5 mm 42 6710 ±1 % min ±0. zinc-coated.5 mm +0.5 mm ±1 % Tolerance T D ≤ 101. ±10 %. Steel for tubes.4 mm) • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • straightened • square cut ends 3 mm/m • free from excessive • precise straightburrs ened 1.5 % T ≤ 2 mm ±0. NFA 49-210 Steel tubes – Seamless cold drawn tubes for fluids piping.5 % +15 % T ≤ 3 mm ±0. T > 10 mm ±10 % D > 101.2 % of length • free from excessive burrs • option: with beveled ends (D ≥ 42. PN-H 74219 Hot rolled seamless steel tubes for structural and distribution purposes. PN-H 84018 Low-alloy steel with higher properties. ±0.5 mm D = 50–125 mm ±1 % D > 150 mm ±1.5 % Straightness Tube ends 3 mm/m.0 mm / m • square cut ends • beveled ends for D > 101.6 mm. TDC. Dimensions.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for room temperatures StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range NF A 49-112 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 38 mm D > 38 mm D ≤ 50 mm D > 50 mm 49-210 UNI Dimensions Tolerance D ±1% min ±0.6 mm see Tab.5 mm 42 5716 D ≤ 219 mm ±1 % min ±0.75 % ±0.12.5 % min ±0. STN 42 5716 ČSN 42 5716 Hot formed seamless steel tubes with smaller tolerances.

temperat. EN 10216-3.all groups • certificate • surface . pressure equipments are divided into three types for which the harmonized EN standards are valid.2+ customer . Parts of two of these harmonized standards are prescribed by materials that are used for construction of equipment that is pressure stressed. Steam and hot-water tube boiler – EN 12952 and EN 12953 2. Surface treatment possibility. Pressure equipment in terms of this directive withstands the maximum allowable pressure (PS) that is greater than 0. Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Pipeline .at JIS G3454 • symbol Z3 or Z4 Z3 .A1 . B3 See page 19 D ≤ 31. adequate to production mode. -S-C) • dimensions • manufacturer . R45 ASTM A53/A530 G3454 GradeA GradeB STPG 370 STPG 410 G3455 STS 370 STS 410 STS 480 18G2A Condition Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • as rolled condition .2 mm label on bundle D and T over .1 behind steel designation Cold finished • normalized Testing and certificates Surface Visually without defects. Surface treatment possibility.3. Directive 97/23/EC of the European Parlament and of the Council (PED 97/23 EC) valid for selected pressure equipment.9 mm each tube or label •producer • standard • steel grade D > 48. 25 . EN 10216-4.A3.9+ agreement See page 37 Hot finished • as rolled • other condition according to agreement Cold finished • normalized Visually without defects.6+ zinc coated • flattening Cold finished • drift expanding .at JIS G 3455 • Z2.1+ pickled Upon agreement: . adequate to production mode. (In the case that other materials are used for construction than the two quoted standards.all groups • composition .each tube Data: • producer • steel • cast number (at alloy steels) • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • impact test • hydrotest or NDT • dimensions • steel • prosess ( -S-H. 2.9 mm label D > 26.• NDT ment (first number behind DS) Certificate 49-000 49-001 Type A Type B Type D (CCPU) Other TDC Marking D < 26. Z4.4+ metallic clean • leak tightness (page 11) .0+ scaled • tensile test . Pursuant to Directive PED 97/23 EC.yield elev.9+ special agree.eddy current .ultrasonic Z4 . Z5 Z2 .3 mm each tube Surface protection Packing • without protection bundle • upon agreement 300– 3500 kg 42 0250 • label . EN 10217-4.0+ acknowl. All steels are used for machine and common purposes (see pages 18 and 19).impact test G0303 • black tubes (CZ) • according to agreement * Mainly the first four steels are used for pressure purposes and as steels for building. Pressure equipment and legislation Brief overview of European Directives for pressure equipment in respect to used materials (see also pages 3 and 12): 1.2. The steel tubes must be delivered in accordance with EN 10216-2.5+ asphalt • hardness . TRR and ADMerkblatt. Metallic industrial piping –EN 13480 3. TRB. in order to use these materials it is necessary to evaluate the utilization of these materials it and to use special procedure). T ≤ 3. En 10217-2.1+ test certificate .3 • mechanical . B1 • technological .5 bar.Groups of tests B1 . Pressure vessels (unfired) – EN 13445 2.Steel grade TDC standards 49-112 Name TU E220A TU E235A 49-210 TU 37B TU 42B Fe 320 7287 42 0250 (42 0260) 11 353* 11 453 11 503 11 523 11 550 11 650 12 040 12 050 12 060 8731 (1050) 74219 (84023) (84018) 10 20 R35. where the steel is done according to the EN standards. Z3. They are as follows: 2. EN 10217-3.all except A1.1.e.Groups of tests A1 . Testing • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • leak tightness (page 11) • dimensions • visual • upon agreement NDT . Comment: For pressure equipment the German Directives were used in the past and even internationally. They were: TRD.all except A1 • leak tightness . For the transition period the AD 2000 – Merkblatt directives were prepared.• colour stripes edgement . EN 10217-5 and EN 10217-6 (applies to carbon and low-alloy steel).3 • compliance Structural . overpressure.8 mm.H • dimensions . whereby here we are talking about pressure above the normal atmospheric pressure i.3 with PN . Z5 .

20 2.260 0.61 2.40 2.46 1. 9.287 0.63 1.07 1.5.852 0.00 1.410 0.16 5.56 1.7 0.923 0.01 5.5 48.647 0.85 2.3 51.00 6.592 0.750 0.37 4.716 0.852 0.9 12. Dimensions according to standards JIS (Tubes and Pipes) are delivered upon agreement (see table 10 and 11 page 52).93 5.56 2.37 10.05 1.78 1.829 0.567 0.704 0.590 0.3 22.361 0.251 0.142 0.438 0.317 0.19 1.11 2.515 0.63 2.44 3.06 2.99 2.56 1.838 0.777 0.5 88.715 0.31 1.29 1.6 Tube weight [kg/m] 0.56 3.7 1.29 4.48 1.339 0.49 2.16 1.90 1. 114.602 0.936 1.16 7.47 3.24 5.469 0.25 1.12 1.71 1.11 1.8 1 1.47 1.27 2. 32.61 1.240 0.5 70.5.5 mm* Tolerance of wall thickness ±12.169 0.10 3. UNI.271 0.72 1.55 3.912 0.761 0.60 7.11 4.419 0.0 60.23 2.576 0.2 18.82 2.75 1.74 3.5 12.0 19. DIN. 7.08 1.30 3.8 11.947 1.12 1.48 1.44 1. 89.23 Wall thickness [mm] 2.86 1.0 20.61 1.19 2.453 0.400 0.27 2.6 1.760 0.2 3.83 6.55 5.48 1.815 0.61 1.0 42.87 6.0 40.221 0.5. 2.44 2.03 3.42 1.694 0.300 0.87 2. PN-H Outside diameter [mm] 10.93 3.94 0.90 4.228 0.257 0.438 0.34 1.57 1.550 0.35 7.379 0.51 2.76 7.8.02 2. 102.74 3. GOST.191 0. 3.228 0.98 3.777 0.937 1.289 0.962 1.74 8.166 0.97 4.897 1.15 1.764 0.general tables of dimensions and masses per unit length ISO 5252 .27 2.808 0.38 1.639 0. 121 and 140 with wall thickness 2.72 3.58 1.5.0 57.70 2.487 0.404 0.485 0.03 3.95 8.06 3.911 0.32 2.952 0.07 2.18 1.76 1.01 1.0 114.21 2.22 1.556 0.320 0.08 2.26 2.93 3.806 0. 5.142 0.859 0.52 8.17 1.497 0.32 1.49 5. 76.51 5.518 0.179 0.10 1.37 1.07 2.616 0.1 12.84 1.95 2.206 0.3 63.32 4.57 5.51 6.08 1.25 1.595 0. STN.28 2.03 1.14 2.616 0.726 0.435 0.1 Tolerances [mm] Tolerance of outside diameter ±1% or ±0.27 5.16 3.9 30.3 Table 1 4 4.340 0.80 5.86 5.76 7.52 1.888 0.711 0.77 4.55 7.09 3.30 1.15 6.687 0.33 1.1 82.79 4.266 0.76 2.63 1.5.493 0.00 4.789 0.90 2.838 0.8 32.216 0.27 1.89 2.33 1.962 0.0 31.6 0.160 0.18 2.8 2 0. BS.0 33.24 3.30 0.63 6.87 1.150 0.65 4.0 16.0 25.373 0.Seamless tube dimensions and weight according to standards EN.67 1.370 0.38 1.05 1.528 0.57 1.01 4.987 1.16 4.82 3.379 0.15 0.813 0.58 1.923 0.25 4.304 0.19 6.444 0.77 8.0 17.6 108.38 9.527 0.5 and 12 mm according to standards STN. 35.4 26.34 1.998 1. 3.0 25.60 2.47 3.00 4.866 0.65 3.28 0.25 3.69 2.11 7.47 1.805 0.474 0. Outside diameter D< — 219.03 3.7 35.28 2.5 % or ±0.4 mm* * bigger value is applied see also values presented in national standards ISO 4200 .97 2.765 0.227 0.321 0.51 6.80 1.08 2.44 4.26 1.906 0.97 8.70 6.642 0.52 1.359 0.12 1. ČSN and GOST are delivered upon agreement.120 0.65 2.93 3.568 0.44 2. NFA.5 1.63 10.Plain and steel tubes.53 6.404 0.758 0.845 0. ČSN.630 0.51 5.794 0.0 54. 8.24 1.6 14. 9.45 2.41 1.06 1.3 Note: Dimensions 28.418 0.61 1.0 38.26 2.5 14.198 0.418 0.39 2. welded and seamless .27 7.76 3.731 0.26 7.10 2.519 0.308 0.32 3.4 44.10 0.26 3.37 1.750 0. 7.20 1.43 1.608 0.489 0.719 0.21 0.448 0.72 1.84 4. 5.21 4.185 0.32 1.74 2.09 1.46 1.72 1.32 2.0 139.891 0.07 2.3 127.91 5.44 1.33 0.470 0.Tolerance systems 26 .880 0.0 12. 6.56 2.79 2.272 0.40 1.05 1.701 0.55 2.9 3.501 0.5 0.71 2.94 4.0 73.70 4.70 1.9 101.35 3.2 13.987 1.69 6.15 1.75 6.50 1.477 0.77 9.366 0.191 0.364 0.484 0.88 3.05 2.66 9.01 4.75 3.27 7.10 3.87 2.11 2.94 1.3 10.99 2.23 5.64 4.0 76.20 1.78 1.94 2.78 2.324 0.41 2.5.504 0.68 1.83 2.30 2.542 0.02 1.19 4.12 5.32 2.664 0.42 2.2 12.691 0.33 4.38 3.23 1.4.35 3.546 0.879 0.592 0.06 7.27 9.986 1.49 3.90 4.51 2.50 1.0 21.67 1.05 3.6 2.635 0.684 0.603 0.03 3.939 0.81 7.94 2.648 0.87 4.699 0.44 4.7 13.12 1.390 0.306 0.651 0.55 5.687 0.573 0.246 0.265 0.2 1.69 1.90 3.256 0.13 1.29 3.235 0.71 5. 40.4 1. 6.50 3.91 5.00 1.0 133.76 5.83 3.339 0.

71 6. min ±0.61 4.70 3.3 11.5 11.67 10.89 9.62 3.9 14.2 11.50 %.0 22.7 27. steel grade and heat treatment.10mm T4= ±7.0 15.9 19.68 2.5 24.5 5.32 4.0 23.93 5.99 4.39 8.8 11.77 9.15 mm T5= ±5 %.1 34.94 6.3 37.2 14.88 11.70 4.8 21.3 14.41 7.0 18.68 7.5 17.37 3.3 11.85 2.100 (in %) Tolerances for D.7 18. diameters readings taken in the same given section.27 6.28 3.7 14.0 12.0 17.0 2.82 17.31 6.4 35.9 12.48 9.8 2.4 5.00 9.8 15.30 3.7 13.65 19.20 mm D4= ±0.2 14. min ±0.06 4. min ±0.13 24.3 11.7 21.55 7.66 2.21 2.94 4.68 3.73 2.34 5.8 15.52 3.21 7.45 10.0 23. 60) are valid values in tables for dimension: – for tubes free of thermal treatment – for inside diameter too O = Dmax–Dmin (absolute value in mm) O = 100.5 22.5 %.8 14.1 8 8.2 6.1 10.77 3.6 11.65 3.0 16.40 21.57 9.2 17.5 22.4 9.16 9.90 6.2 Dimension tolerances according to ISO 1129 Outside diameter Wall thickness D2= ±1 %.61 5.47 6.31 9.54 3. d and WT are valid for two ordered values only.96 3.08 3.34 4.5 19.50mm T2= ±12.53 6.4 13.3 13.) tolerance.10 7.46 4.55 8.40 mm D3= ±0.31 7.0 28.55 27.94 7.6 26.3 28.12 2.9 13.4 10.73 1.D.54 3.5 %.87 5.47 2.5 16.87 7.76 6.32 9.74 9.88 4.7 16.5 29.58 23.75 %. min ±0.5 13.) 27 Eccentricity (mean deviation) is a measure of the distance between centers of the outside and inside diameters.20 7.30mm T3= ±10 %.3 32.10 mm Tolerances depend on method of manufacture.6 24.52 2.8 10 11 12.5 12.69 8.21 8.56 10.0 Ovality is the difference between max. Ovality shall be within D (O.5 16.90 10.21 8.1 15.1 12.37 5.42 10.08 5. min ±0.66 19.08 9.1 13.38 8.9 25.61 2.3 7.5 15. .6 16.2 39.01 8.2 25.6 6.10 2.26 4.8 16.8 18.41 6.0 8.79 7.61 4.7 28.9 17.21 5.94 3.0 31. (Name of the Standard see page 36.5 Key: cold drawn hot rolled hot rolled upon agreement standard wall thickness of specific outside diameter according to DIN 2448 1.75 5.5 33.3 17.88 8.4 20.60 21.8 19.86 3.8 17.07 4.0 11.47 4.74 10. min ±0.00 16. min ±0.89 9.07 6.8 13.81 10.24 5.60 9.4 31.Tolerances of threeth dimensions it is possible to agree at precision tubes only.7 26.4 14.8 12.2 12.9 30.33 3.67 6.82 7.8 13.00 8.18 6. For precision tubes (see p. Eccentricity shall be within WT tolerances and is calculated from the WT in one cross section using formula: (Tmax–Tmin)/2 (absolute value in mm) (Tmax–Tmin)/(Tmax+Tmin).74 8.3 16.(Dmax–Dmin)/D (in %) 16.6 3.04 6.01 2.22 18.95 8.9 11.1 21.6 12. and min.93 5.7 Ovality (out of roundness) and eccentricity 5.

315 33.Dimensions and weight of seamless tubes according to standard ANSI / ASME B36. .11 / 3.375 60...344 8.65 73 2.24 0.375 60.85 21.3 2....216 5.93 3.11 0.65 / 2.10 0.11 / 3.14 0.37 0.13 4.315 33.0 2.74 0..840 21.3 2.660 42.0 2...48 5.48 3..03 3.53 Schedule No 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 80 160 40 80 160 40 80 160 40 80 160 40 80 160 .0 2.3 2.7 0. .45 6..65 / 1..3 2.7 1.540 13.20 1.875 73.660 42..154 3.540 13.24 0. .375 60.875 73.02 0.12 6.41 10.3 1.16 0.65 / 2.11 0.22 4..900 48..43 0.3 0. .20 0.18 0.97 48.2 1. STD .74 1.203 5.39 3.3 2.01 4. STD XS ..63 6.7 1.126 3.4 1..03 7.90 42.67 11.. .63 0.14 7.218 5.125 3.87 0.188 4.38 0.80 0..0 2.156 3..31 0.7 1.375 60.77 0. . STD XS .62 1.57 0.11 / 2.31 1..40 8.109 2. STD XS .875 73..1 1.47 11.125 3.200 5. ** Delivered upon agreement. ..48 2.9 3.65 / 2.67 5.85 17.133 3.35 0.78 0.10M.35 0.3 2.050 26.875 73.0 2.96 0.65 / 2.3 1.375 60.77 / 3.2 1. not included in API 5L: outside diameter 10.35 0.3 2.172 4..92 .61 2.85 0. .. .36 7.17 3. 40 ..05 88.3 2..47 3.55 0..900 48.58 0.3 2. STD .875 73.179 4.875 73.11 2..27 1. XS ...66 5.7 1. . .69 1.140 3.90 1.14 9.80 8.11 / 3..375 60.119 3.11 / 2.54 5.3 1.4 1.675 17..154 3.77 5..10M (API 5L) NPS 1/8* 1/8* 1/4* 1/4* 3/8* 3/8* 1/2 1/2 1/2* 3/4 3/4 3/4* 1 1 1* 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4* 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2* 2* 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2** 2** 2 1/2* 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2* Outside diameter [inch] [mm] 0.86 7.145 3.40 6.35 0..40 5. .05 28 Table 2 Weight [lbs/ft] [kg/m] 0.74 4.147 3..37 0.1 0. 80 .09 1.091 2.0 2..7 0. .276 7.41 26.13 1.4 1..56 0.0 2.08 0.3 2.29 9.095 2..0 2..083 2.660 42..53 6.840 21.875 73.50 2.188 4.219 5..875 73.65 / 1.875 73.31 0.375 60.3 2.3 0.01 0.405 10.77 / 2..03 2. 160 .41 33.250 6.2 1.01 3..48 4.0 2.48 3.80 3.54 0.3 0.47 0. 40 . ..45 13. .2 1. STD XS .02 14.875 73..250 6..0 2.875 73.315 33..250 6.73 0. XS ..675 17...18 0.25 2.65 / 2.113 2.37 0.95 1.068 1.78 0..375 9.050 26.3 wall thickness 1.083 2.73 0...05 6.281 7.3 1..05 101.109 2. ...375 60...375 60.24 / 1.41 0.172 4. .3 2..24 2..63 5.78 0... .109 2..84 0.02 10.7 1.6 2.64 3.97 7.41 4.0 Wall thickness [inch] [mm] 0.375 60.900 48.91 0.05 114.405 10.05 3...95 2. .69 3.3 1. ..58 0.1 0. .840 21. 80 160 Weight class STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS ...375 60.3 2.0 2.281 7.088 2.. . DN 6 6 8 8 10 10 15 15 15 20 20 20 25 25 25 32 32 32 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 * Delivered as cold drawn... .4 1.191 4..77 0..24 2.49 0..050 26..00 4.04 5.44 4.68 0.54 0.68 2.85 4..77 / 2.85 1. .77 0.03 4.3 1.56 0.68 8.250 6...875 73.14 0.141 3.3 0..44 7. *** Upon agreement also further dimensions according to standard ASME B 36.27 3..72 4.141 3. ..18 60.188 4.37 5.91 0. . ..

500 114...188 4.000 101.53 5.438 11. .08 0.9 3.3 4.172 4.74 0.96 11.11 0.58 0.87 13.3 4.6 4. XS . .3 4..109 2..35 0.. up to t/D 5 % +22.58 11.02 28.65 6. STD .3 4. ..3 4..02 14.75 5..5 % +10 % over NPS 12 –5 % +10 % ASTM A999: With minimum wall thickness max +16 % (upon agreement) Outside diameter /8 –1 /2" (10.12 7.500 114.56 0.500 114....6 4. 80 .35 4...172 4.3 4.156 3..250 6.3 4.67 18. . –1/32 (0.54 7.03 4.. 80 160 .250 6.29 8.9 3.3 4.281 7....37 0.13 0. . .250 6...500 88..54 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 * Delivered as cold drawn.11 6.8 +0....66 11.. .141 3. .500 114.500 88....24 10.500 88.67 14.6 4.. .66 9..40 10.93 9.18 0. ..... .6 4.500 88.92 11...3 4..95 5.9 4.000 101..32 19.031) +1/64 (0.02 0..9 3.85 8.67 12. .30 6..000 101... ..500 88.58 0.6 4. XS .. .97 20. –1/32 (0. .18 0..3 4.5 % NPS 3 –18.9 3. .000 101.26 15.27 14.. 80 120 160 Weight class .3 4. . incl.500 114.91 10.9 3..337 8.18 7.12 13.062) –0.78 0.52 3. . ** Delivered upon agreement. 40 ..312 7..49 Schedule No .031) –0.5 % + limited by weight1) ASTM A999: Minimum wall thickness (upon agreement only) there shall be no variation under the specified WT 1)According ASTM A 530 is plus tolerance of WT (latest edition): NPS 1/8 –21/2".18 0.77 0.08 11.41 9.8 mm over 4–8 (114.9 3.500 88.500 114.3–219.216 5. .78 0....6 4.00 22.88 4.41 9.109 2.. .9 3. .. XS .3 4. .12 9..500 114.96 0...63 12. .000 101. all t/D ratios +20% NPS 3 –18".6 mm 1 1 Wall thickness All standards: –12.6 4. .6 4..3 4... 40 ..281 7.500 88.318 8. .. . .17 16.438 11..1 mm). . .62 5.35 0. ... .031) +1/16 (0.64 5.3 mm).69 12.49 0.. ..083 2.125 3.13 0.3 mm).62 0.9 3.78 7.8 +0.000 101...72 5. .34 21...531 13..91 9. incl. ..89 10..16 0.78 0. 40 .52 18..... –1/32 (0.500 114. ..51 6.6 4..32 13. Tolerances according to standards ASTM A530/A530M....500 114.031) +1/32 (0..188 4.125 3...91 12.500 114.5% of specified OD 29 .3–48.9 3.015) –0. .78 15.500 114.9 3...9 3...500 88.77 0.37 0..8 +1.500 88. STD .281 7..156 3.71 6.203 5..6 4.141 3.06 7.48 7.....109 2.37 0.02 14.92 7. .500 88. .. .96 0.. .500 88..56 0.36 16..72 5.53 6.237 6.188 4.14 0.35 0. . .85 8.96 0.172 4. incl.57 9.500 88..125 3.3 4.500 114.57 10.NPS 3* 3* 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3** 3 1/2* 3 1/2* 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 4* 4* 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4** 4** Outside diameter [inch] [mm] 3... .000 101.53 33..500 114..219 5.000 101.04 10. t/D over 5 % +15 % 2) Ovality for thin-wall pipes (WT≤3% OD) under 1.156 3.. .. ASTM A999/A999M (ASME SA) Weight All standards: NPS 12 and under –3.300 7.82 8... STD .14 0.141 3.77 0. DN Weight [lbs/ft] [kg/m] 3.226 5.14 0..000 101.78 7.3–114.500 114..32 22. . .92 0..80 16.500 114.58 8.4 mm over11/2 –4" (48.58 0...3 Wall thickness [inch] [mm] 0.000 101....

19 1.625 .759 0.766 .229 0.22 22.594 .610 1/32 0.254 – 0.839 3/8 0.02 23.61 25.635 0.300 7.672 .W.12 9.012 0.359 .08 15. inch mm 0.203 .97 – 0.813 1/32 0.188 .324 8.56 5.234 – 0.750 .828 .W.906 .49 13.104 2.192 4.688 .464 11.24 20.86 18.144 3.432 10.180 4.07 17.62 23. S.470 3/16 0.473 0.0100 0.829 0.0124 0.484 .348 8.859 .891 .252 6.65 19.328 .018 0.G.160 4.356 0.297 .213 – 0.4 mm) x/64 1/64 2/64 3/64 4/64 5/64 6/64 7/64 8/64 9/64 10/64 11/64 12/64 13/64 14/64 15/64 16/64 17/64 18/64 19/64 20/64 21/64 22/64 23/64 24/64 25/64 26/64 27/64 28/64 29/64 30/64 31/64 32/64 Adjusted value 1/32 1/16 3/32 1/8 5/32 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 11/32 3/8 13/32 7/16 15/32 1/2 Decimal value .058 1.230 11/32 0.004 0.266 .128 3.80 0.500 12.0076 0.53 – – – – – – S.453 .016 0.35 6.417 1/64 0.78 – 0.454 11.54 7.047 .284 7. S.400 10.220 5.91 12.313 .156 .641 .372 9.42 23. or another units Conversion table of inch and decimal values (1 inch = 25.516 .73 9.040 1.385 7/32 0.165 4.0084 0.787 1.014 0.28 16.531 .76 7.018 0.080 2.376 – 0.063 .642 7/64 0.77 3.234 .00 25.70 Table 3 x/64 33/64 34/64 35/64 36/64 37/64 38/64 39/64 40/64 41/64 42/64 43/64 44/64 45/64 46/64 47/64 48/64 49/64 50/64 51/64 52/64 53/64 54/64 55/64 56/64 57/64 58/64 59/64 60/64 61//64 62/64 63/64 64/64 Adjusted value 17/32 9/16 19/32 5/8 21/32 11/16 23/32 3/4 25/32 13/16 27/32 7/8 29/32 15/16 31/32 1/1 Standard wire gauge for wall thickness Nr gauge 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 Decimal value .47 17.422 1/16 0.769 0.W.58 3.048 1.092 2.391 .652 0.116 2.914 1/32 0.276 7.020 0.457 0.125 .05 19.127 0.250 .330 0.404 0.66 17.345 – 0.232 5.32 10.Mechanical tubes and tubes delivered according to standard ASTM A450/A450M Tube dimensions: Outside diameter – absolute value Wall thickness – in B.559 1/64 0.844 .889 0.083 2.094 .449 27/64 0.40 Table 4 B.042 1.056 1.024 0.G.340 8.148 3.281 .11 11.422 .734 .500 MM [mm] 0.0108 0.315 – 0.95 8.922 .572 0.000 MM [mm] 13.711 1/32 0.719 .032 0.16 5.29 14.300 7.938 .109 2.065 1.193 – 0.877 13/64 0.425 10.109 .563 .032 0.703 .813 0.141 .92 10.025 0.656 .305 0.82 22.072 1.G.45 19.238 6.380 9.010 9/32 0.406 0.626 1/16 0.77 5.72 11.60 1.588 0.G.0116 0.03 21.636 0.651 0.036 0.108 0.245 0.547 .0092 0.508 1/64 0.43 21.219 3/64 0.68 15.82 24.658 9/64 0.254 0.W.016 3/64 0.203 5.65 21.009 0.048 0.064 11/64 0.013 0.16 29/64 0.48 15.W.457 1/64 0.969 .G.274 – 0.176 4.102 0.035 0.84 20.134 3.022 0.251 9/64 0.406 0.010 0.38 2.14 7.0164 0.984 1.337 3/32 0.219 .0148 0.88 16.438 .98 2.37 4.18 3.028 0.072 1.401 17/64 0.078 .016 .178 0.893 15/64 0.049 1.172 .032 5/64 0.813 .875 .191 0. Nearest inch mm inch mm 1/64 inch (BWG) 0.946 1/8 0.067 0.045 0.375 .007 0.295 – 0.609 .120 3.214 0.559 0.344 .259 6.578 .829 5/64 Nr gauge 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2/0 3/0 4/0 5/0 6/0 7/0 30 B.028 0.711 0.406 ..469 .203 0.33 8. Nearest inch mm 1/64 inch (BWG) 0.508 0.10 13.70 – .96 4.008 0.579 0.W.031 .212 5.095 2.G.064 1.26 18.020 0.953 .51 11.21 24.620 19/64 0.89 14.797 .0136 0.30 12.52 9.781 .620 0.005 0.156 0.413 0.94 6.022 0.

64 0.22 6.53 1.13 1.35 1.77 0.00 5.56 10.77 2.91 lbs/ft 2.55 1.212 4 5.24 2.90 4.68 12.36 lbs/ft 4.68 4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 Outside diameter inch 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 2 1/8 2 1/4 2 1/2 3 mm 25.284 1 7.19 0.17 lbs/ft 1.47 0.77 3.01 lbs/ft 6.28 17.55 1.26 4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 101.80 54.02 8.53 3.24 3.38 4.55 lbs/ft 1.03 2.75 38.72 kg/m 6.04 10.63 4.21 lbs/ft 4.05 3.46 6.48 3.165 7 4.95 0.10 5.67 3.83 4.31 4.35 2.276 1 7.41 2.30 127.11 5.00 57.77 4.94 9.51 7.24 8.24 9.71 7.68 4.27 1.50 2.05 12.99 7.58 17.49 2.53 13.05 8.54 3.85 17.36 4.50 76.33 14.30 3.00 5.68 2.00 7.31 2.75 lbs/ft 1.21 5.71 9.76 kg/m 15.85 14.58 2.07 23.81 4.81 5.72 2.59 3.62 1.82 16.41 5.72 3.300 Wall thickness in SWG Gauge inch mm 12 2.06 8. 31 .11 6.27 lbs/ft 10.300 Table 5 Outside diameter inch 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 2 1/8 2 1/4 2 1/2 3 3 1/2 mm 25.15 7.220 4 6.64 7.02 3.259 2 7.06 4.47 11.35 mm) upon agreement (see pages 51 and 66–67).31 13.73 3.19 11.05 13.46 3.34 15.49 2.54 13.66 3.88 kg/m 3.91 3.74 11.73 11.13 19.79 3.31 2.05 0.69 5.80 5.89 9.27 14.55 12.44 18.05 0.36 lbs/ft 6.18 4.77 11.34 4.10 1.50 lbs/ft 1.17 10.160 7 4.85 3.79 11.109 11 3.00 63.41 2.31 22.00 5.59 13.40 kg/m 9.02 3.36 16.58 lbs/ft 3.42 6.98 2.04 12.38 2.82 kg/m 2.20 kg/m 1.14 3.54 6. With those tolerances tube deliveries upon agreement.09 16.40 kg/m 2.50 4.56 2.04 7.82 16.74 5.25 13.71 3.05 13.19 6.73 15.09 7.37 kg/m 1.09 2.60 114.40 0.78 11.84 2.71 3.72 9.16 9.38 7.47 12.62 0.96 3.50 10.03 11.25 18.57 0.85 kg/m 3.64 3.56 8.37 8.86 3.85 lbs/ft 1.72 7.20 88.37 5.24 3.96 lbs/ft 6.00 139.62 0.46 5.22 lbs/ft 1.32 kg/m 6.Dimensions and weight of seamless tubes according to standard ASTM A450/A450M Wall thickness in BWG Gauge inch mm 12 2.46 20.238 3 6.88 0.50 3.40 31.04 6.60 1.76 10.45 50.27 10.08 14.07 7.232 3 6.17 8.86 kg/m 8.99 17.34 2.39 0.48 12.93 kg/m 1.03 12.66 lbs/ft 3.87 9.93 3.04 6.144 8 4.42 8.93 11.64 8.66 4.75 14.11 3.74 3.41 24.76 7.88 2.00 1.180 6 5.30 13.22 kg/m 1.13 7.96 4.97 4.83 2.70 9.80 3.91 6.33 1.40 31.79 lbs/ft 1.134 9 3.69 8.45 50.41 1.31 kg/m 9.56 15.78 2.10 7.07 16. Hot rolled tubes are usually delivered with average wall thickness.01 12.10 7.35 2.89 11.59 0.15 5.58 kg/m 1.42 10.02 lbs/ft 1.78 4.94 5.04 4.104 11 2.25 10.98 9.148 8 4.16 2.49 5.30 127.67 4.10 44.06 4.176 6 4.85 3.88 16.25 4.89 4.17 8.37 10.94 7.55 5. Method of manufacture and delivery conditions – hot formed or cold drawn – depend on tube dimension or upon agreement.70 kg/m 1.57 10.10 2.10 13.46 6.70 2.49 5.67 2.43 7.79 3.48 11.203 5 5.76 0.28 3.16 4.90 3.26 8.56 3.22 2.19 1.31 3. Weight is calculated with given wall thickness.54 2.59 8.66 0.42 9.62 6.94 15.23 3.41 lbs/ft 4.16 kg/m 6.73 2.14 2.71 4.66 11.85 3.31 kg/m 5.07 6.00 63.35 10.03 8.11 2.71 11.47 2.91 6.60 3.79 8.45 1.04 kg/m lbs/ft 3 1/2 88.18 3.23 6.50 lbs/ft 2.96 2.73 8.51 9.58 0.13 7.44 8.192 5 5.19 4.27 8.38 2.25 0.72 4.25 6.29 2.74 13.00 57.16 0.23 5.83 5.57 5.43 4.40 0.14 13.00 4.14 3.65 12.93 4.53 5.90 kg/m 1.20 2.67 7.60 114.68 BWG – Birmingham Wire Gauge SWG – Standard Wire Gauge Tube tolerances – see page 33 (minimum wall thickness).84 5.27 7.46 5.49 5.72 3.31 6.49 4.06 0.21 7.31 kg/m 2.86 2.07 22.07 4.98 kg/m 10.91 2.53 lbs/ft 6.26 9.42 16.04 1.41 4.78 20.43 3.09 2.80 9.50 76.54 3.94 22.13 3.82 12. Smaller diameter tubes (from 1/4 inch = 6.24 4.82 5.15 5.48 1.47 11.07 6.91 2.12 5.99 6.89 lbs/ft 1.86 17.99 10.70 5.10 10.120 10 3.31 8.13 21.06 3.10 44.32 1.82 19.76 5.89 0.24 1.59 11.43 15.15 10.30 14.54 4.77 kg/m 6.51 5.27 15.90 2.79 6.252 2 7.48 9.68 5.54 7.95 7.80 20.34 3.11 3.44 3.43 15.74 2.33 lbs/ft 1.80 54.77 6.70 8.02 10.86 7.36 6.01 2.24 11.116 10 3.21 4.97 4.90 9.40 6.02 3.30 5.96 2.66 11.10 4.87 9.41 5.00 139.68 7.64 2.63 2.70 7.99 6.90 101.48 lbs/ft 4.21 0.39 4.27 13.52 6.60 8.11 8.51 15.96 3.81 6.53 9.46 12.58 15.97 4.50 3.35 12.28 2.25 10.30 6.83 24.42 12.89 14.07 9.75 19.75 38.61 5.01 0.75 10.128 9 3.36 3.60 7.56 4.70 4.48 4.38 kg/m 5.

681 9.437 7.832 0.704 5.33 16. STN.215 7.979 2.497 8.424 1.446 2.10 58 2.286 9.545 4.26 11.929 3.149 10.71 12.794 2.477 4.216 0.184 1.39 17.004 2.824 8.159 6.733 7.314 0.086 6.641 0.36 55 1.82 14.940 42 1.269 10.850 2.822 4.107 3.035 7.323 3.068 0.554 1.099 6 0.5 Table 6 Wall thickness [mm] 3.990 8.269 2. T = ±10 %).052 3.830 3.238 2.395 6.06 18.608 2.031 5.80 75 3.312 2.518 0.973 2.986 1.004 7.91 16.164 2.814 0.367 7.65 16.88 12.766 2.162 4.370 0.340 4.354 4.656 9.625 4.43 13.462 0.668 4.381 1.87 19.677 2.834 6.181 3.838 1.499 0.100 9.150 3.973 2.1 mm) 0 +12 % 0 +13 % ≤ 1 1/2" (38.170 2.632 10.578 1.368 2.46 11.646 2.0 3.82 65 2.439 38 0.5 2.656 10.202 1.720 1.993 1. dxT) – tube delivery condition (cold finished/hard or heat treated) – custom tolerance qualification Actual values are given in appropriate standards (usually D < ±0.240 0.20 22.078 7.715 1.865 10.789 14 0.395 0.296 0.778 5.699 4.832 1.5 Tube weight [kg/m] 4 0.017 6.014 4.071 22 0.95 12.321 0.836 3.735 5.885 3.663 5.085 1.302 6.962 1.95 15.69 13.13 8.115 2.827 5.316 5.055 0.78 20.66 120 8.74 13.01 11.067 7.0 16 0.308 6.441 2.074 5 0.524 6.055 5.511 7.51 22.054 15 0.980 1.32 12.805 3.874 4.327 5.26 85 4.188 4.42 24.497 48 1.959 3.028 8.0 4.782 7.329 9.768 8.819 2. DIN.350 1.286 9.343 2. ČSN Outside diameter [mm] 0.142 0.65 11.33 62 2.734 0.795 6.511 7.191 0.0 8.874 2.466 3.339 0. Permissible tolerances of weight according to ASTM A450 and ASTM A1016 Seamless hot finished 0 +16 % OD Seamless cold finished over OD > 1 1/2" (38.43 14.88 11.54 14.345 0.493 0.498 1.956 1.721 6.868 2.771 0.544 10.423 8.762 3.850 2.605 5.349 3.1 mm) 32 Welded 0 +10 % .031 5.720 2.76 17.381 7.697 6.166 0.551 32 0.352 5. UNI.764 1.0 2.03 80 3.291 4.562 5.222 0.484 9.248 10.709 0.60 11.714 7.0 2.110 1.682 3.565 2.888 1.719 3.934 9.737 3.695 1. GOST.387 1.592 0.18 17.379 9.789 0.422 4.445 5.329 3.666 0.604 6.368 2.44 12.740 6.06 11.240 0.282 1.271 0.173 0.60 14.536 0.287 2.329 3. BS.271 5.804 9.869 1.22 14.597 1.462 0.381 1.466 8.164 9.906 0.327 6.093 0.398 8.460 2.98 19.079 1.50 90 4.083 3.534 3.5 1.Dimesions and weight of seamless cold drawn tubes according to standards EN.326 1.865 52 1.628 1.470 Exact tolerance value depending on: – ordering mean of precision tubes (Dxd.496 3.847 4.470 5.84 60 2.811 28 0.327 6.10 24.275 2.123 0.5 4.143 4.255 30 0.21 11.18 16.937 6.489 10.777 1.841 4.419 0.603 7.592 0.354 3.21 15.0 1.64 27.197 8 0.480 1.495 10.424 1.628 2.470 10.834 36 0.237 3.769 25 0. DxT.176 8.988 2.094 5.286 9.172 7.043 0.708 8.162 46 1.157 3.919 6.165 5.276 1.052 3.011 7.47 15.978 3.252 1.567 0.096 2.189 2.684 0.371 50 1.25 12.0 10.919 4.668 4.117 0.586 0.888 0.572 1.551 3.365 5.239 1.694 8.313 4.666 0.316 35 0.23 13.049 5.258 1.19 16.877 5.072 2.847 4.986 1.435 2.856 2.069 4.865 11.128 1.56 70 2.749 4.863 1.957 5.370 10 0.193 10.962 1.601 4.388 0.853 4.730 10.146 2.807 7.5 %.090 2.20 110 6.12 22.892 1.805 3.614 3.065 2.549 6.71 13.367 2.179 0.0 6.990 9.0 24 0.406 1.217 4.610 0.628 7.87 18.942 2.165 7.469 0.054 1.538 5.691 0.015 9. NF.049 5.385 3.587 5.916 9.134 1.718 4.735 40 0.250 8.535 7.912 1.058 3.76 12.589 2.518 12 0.762 3.042 6.498 20 0.079 1.697 6.15 20.166 0.069 4.861 3.085 1.758 0.276 18 0.21 11.73 100 4.273 10.340 5.48 12.

0.35 0.10 0.020 max.035 0.07–0.0.00 0.0.0.040 0.0.1.0.8–63.015 Nb 0.30 max.0.6 mm) and under Hot finished –1/32 (0.40 max.4mm) = 0.020 Al min.1.35 max. 3”–4” (76.0.22 360 430 Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other  Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.37 0.040 0.020 235 275 355 235 275 355 350 420 500 350 420 500 480 550 650 480 550 650 25 21 21 25 21 21 max.30 0.0.0.21 max.15 mm) –0.4 mm) 0 +40 % over 0.020 Al min.40 0.0.0.0.015 (0.0.10 max.0.08 max.90 max.02 max.045 0.0.30 0.020 max.02 max.0.17–0.0.040 0.0.0.18 max.0.0.08 265 410 570 21 P 265 TR2 max.035 0.0.0.045 0.30 max.0.14 0.02 max.0.0.0.1.045 220 235 360 410 500 550 23 21 P 195 TR1 P 195 TR2 P 195 TR2 max.0.0.5 mm) excl.40 max.0.30 max.40–0.30 Ti max.65 0.85 max.030 0.025 0.0.30 max.35 max.006 (0.70 0.30–1.30 235 30 35 330 415 48 60 . ČSN ASTM A 53 DIN 1629 1630 BS 3601 NFA 49-112 EN 10216-1 GOST 1050 JIS G3454 G3455 PN-H 84023/07 0.0 St 44.050 0.2 mm) +1/64 (0.65 0.8 mm) excl.70 max.30 max.40–0.040 0.035 0.6 mm) 0 +35 % 0 +33 % by outside diamter 1 1/2" (38.0.020 max.040 0.0.040 0.0.17 max.30 0.040 0.35 max.0.20 max.0.1.025 0.30–1.40 max.0.3.08 195 320 440 27 195 320 440 27 P 235 TR1 P 235 TR2 P 235 TR2 max.5–76.07–0.0.0.2–101.0.25 33 max.22 0. ASTM A1016/A1016M (ASME SA) Hot finished Cold finished Welded Wall thickness 0.0. ASTM A1016/A1016M (ASME SA) Outside diameter 4” (101.0.25 0.20 max.37 0.18" (3.08 360 500 25 235 360 500 25 P 265 TR1 max.10–0.025 0.1.0.30 max.0.08 355 Al min.025 max.050 0.050 0.02 max.0.60–0.30 max.40 0.30 max.25 mm) +0.20 0.015 (0.30 V max.17–0.15" (2.75 0.35 0.0.8 mm) +1/64 (0.0.0.0.010 (0.30 max.55 11 523 max.040 Al max.035 215 245 215 245 275 370 410 370 410 480 30 25 30 25 25 0.80 0.04 max.30 max.0.0.040 0.0.040 max.0.0.35 max.040 0.02 V max.38 mm) +0.0.16–0.08 max.30 max.1 mm) +0.040 0.2 mm) +0.012 (0.040 0.040 0.35 0.24 0.040 0.12–0.80 0.10 max.0.6 mm) 0 +28 % 0 +22% For tubes with OD≥2in a WT≥0.035 0.0.008 (0.0.015 (0.6mm) are permitted divergences from average WT: ±10% for seamless tubes.30 max.020 Al min.006 (0.004 (0.60 0.012 (0.55 GradeA GradeB 0.95 1.20 0.0.0.1.0.0.17–0.20 0.0.35 min.13 max.0.08 max.85 0.18" (4.35 0.20 max.8 .1–50.13 max.1.16 max.040 0.0.30 Ti max.0 St 37.04 Al max.035 0.0.0.02 max.045 0.025 max.040 0.30 V max.0.045 max.0.025 0.42–0.5mm) / WT≤2% of OD.008 (0.5mm).0.21 max.095" (2.0.0.095" .35 max.30 max.30 max.40 0.0.18 max.050 0.0.050 0.22 max.35 0.30 St 37.25 max.0.0.30 Ti max.0.16 0.1 mm) –0.30 max.35–0.40 max.06 235 275 360 430 500 570 25 22 TU E 220A TU E 235A max.30 V max.0.0.16 max.035 Al min.04 Al max.035 0.1 mm) 0 +18 % under 0.030 0.10–0.004 (0.4 St 44. over 11/2”–2” (38.0.5 mm) –0.035 max.60 0.0.0 St 52.30 0.20 max.0. ±5% for welded tubes.15" .0.2 0.0.40 max.08 max.0.0.35–0.13 max.70 max.25 max.24 11 503 max.30 215 255 295 360 430 540 24 22 17 R35 R45 R55 max.0. tubes with OD>1in = up to 2% of OD (difference of maximum values) Permissible tolerances of wall thickness according to ASTM A450/A450M.020in (0.0.0.045 0.0.5 mm) incl.35 0.30 max.60 0.1.0.30–1.32–0.3 mm) –0.30 max.040 0.045 205 240 min.020 max.010 (0.02 max.22 max.17–0. Steels for room temperature pressure purpose tubes Chemical composition [%] Standards Steel grade C 11 353 11 453 max.015–0.0.30–0.35 0.50–0.15 mm) +0.025 0.0.50–0.0.10–0.20–0.02 V max.040 max.80 205 245 315 355 330 410 530 600 31 25 20 16 STPG 370 STPG 410 STS 370 STS 410 STS 480 max.17 max.17 max.0. –3/64 (1.25 max.35 0.025 (0.04 Al max.8 mm) 0.0.64 mm) Cold finished Ovality for thin-wall tubes [WT≤0.0.30 max.2 mm) excl.3 mm) +0.2 mm) –0. up to OD=2in (50.25 mm) –0.015 353 max.035 0.30 Ti max.0.4–38.38 mm) +0.40–1. over 4”–71/2” (101.220in (5.045 0.30 max.0.30 Ti max.25 max.0.30 Ti max.8mm) / WT≤3% of OD for OD over 2in]: Tubes with OD≤1in (25.02 max.40 0.20 max.0.0.0.0.0.050 235 265 340 441 440 539 25 21 max.040 0.0.32–0.Permissible tolerances of outside diameter according to ASTM A450/A450M.0.4 mm) under 1” (25.0.4 mm) over 4”–7 1/2” (101.04 max.035 490 510 630 628 22 23 0.24 max.30 0.040 0.50 0.08 265 410 570 21 10 20 35 45 0.0.0.0.35 max.0.020 max.6–190.50 0.30 0.4 .0.020in (0.04 V max.0.6 mm) incl.4 St 52.06 Al max.0.035 Al min.025 0.35 max.4 max.10 max.17–0.0.0.020 max.35 0.35 max.1.0.37 0.15 max.1 mm) and under 0 +20% over 1 1/2" (38.0.20 max.55 max.040 0.0.38 mm) –0.0.0. 21/2”–3” (63.30–1.0.33 max.05 0.30 0.0.35 max.30 max.40 0.37 0.6–190.4.0. 2”–21/2” (50.1 mm) incl.0.0.60–1.16 max.4 mm) 1”–11/2” (25.12–0.

4.3 mm / T ≥ 7. BS 3602-1 Steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes: carBS 3059-1 Steel boiler and superheater tubes. TDC.2 mm Cold formed – precision See page 60 and 64 D < 130 mm • T ≤ 2Tn –10 % +15 % • 2Tn < T < 4Tn –10 % +12.5 mm Inside diameter d or dmin • see article 8. 34 .5 mm/m. Specification bon and carbon manganese steel with specified for low tensile carbon steel tubes without specielevated temperature properties.5 mm Outside diameter D ±1 % min ±0.50 mm Dimensions Tolerance T ±12.30 mm (Cold finished) 3602-1 Hot finished(HFS): 3604-1 ±1 % min ±0.5 % • T > 4Tn ±9 % Tn .10 mm Class S2: ±0.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for elevated temperature StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D Table 1/Page 26 Outside diameter D ±1 % EN 10216-2 min ±0.0015.75 % min ±0.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60.5 % min ±0.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60.5 % (D ≤ 219.1 mm) min +0.75 % min ±0.7.5 % ±7.5 % ±10 % T/D = 3 % ±15 % T/D = 3–10% ±12.1 of standard • delivery upon agreement only Cold finished: ±0.L • square cut ends on tube • free from excescalculated to 1 m sive burrs max.75 % min ±0. 3 mm • option: with beveled ends (see page 98) Exact length tolerances: • L < 6 m 0 +10 mm • L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm • L > 12 m + upon agreement Kinds: Visually straight • square cut ends • random • free from exces• fixed ±500 mm sive burrs • exact Informative values: • D < 60.3 mm) ±7.75 % BS Table 16/Page 64 2391-1 (upon agreement) 3059-1 Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished (HFS): ±1 % min ±0.5 mm Cold finished (CFS): ±0. BS 3059-2 Specification for carbon.3 mm 5–6 m • D ≥ 60.3 mm / T < 7.5 % List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10216-2 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes.5 % min ±0.10 mm 3059-2 Class S1: ±0.5 mm Cold finished (CFS): ±0.7. sure purposes. Dimensions. alloy and austenitic steel Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with spetubes with specified elevated temperature propercified elevated temperature properties.1 of standard • delivery upon agreement only Inside diameter d or dmin • see article 8.3 mm 5–6 m • D ≥ 60.5 % (D < 168. DIN 17175 Seamless steel tubes for elevated temperatures.5 mm Visually straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs ±7.6 % min ±0.1 mm 5–6 m • longer (22–24 m) upon agreement Straightness Tube ends alloved 0. amless and welded steel pipes and tubes for presDIN 2448 Plain end seamless steel tubes.3 mm / T < 7.5 % min ±0.5 % T/D > 10 % ±12.4 mm Tmin +28 % (D ≤ 219. DIN 2391-1 Seamless precision steel tubes.basic wall thickness according to DIN 2448 according to DIN 2391-1 Cold formed – precision See page 60 and 64 ±12.1 mm 5–6 m • longer upon agreement Exact length tolerances: like EN • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +3 mm L > 6 m 1.4.90 % Cold finished: D < 120 mm ±0.5 % Lengths Kinds: • random • exact Informative values: • D < 60.25 mm D > 120 mm ±0. Part 1: Specifified elevated temperature properties. Part 1: DimensiBS 3600 Dimensions and masses per unit lenght of seons. ties.5 mm D = 100–320 mm ±0.3 mm Table 16/Page 64 Cold finished – precision 10305-1 (upon See page 60 and 64 agreement) DIN 2448 Table 1/Page 26 D < 100 mm ±0.3 mm / T ≥ 7.1 mm) min ±0. cation for seamless and electric resistance welded including induction welded tubes.8 mm Wall thickness T Wall thickness Tmin ±10 % min ±0. max 12.

Steel tubes for heat exchangers.Specific testing EN 10204 Indelibly marking duction mode of Non-alloy special steel TC1 Inspection D < 51 mm on label tubes and heat or TC2 certificate D > 51 mm at end treatment. or III. devise to second symbol H – high temperature • alloy steel steel designated according to chemical composition Steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes: ferritic alloy steel with specific elevated temperature properties.2 •producer defects.TC2 • 3.Steel grade TDC standards 10216-2 Testing and certificates Other TDC Name Condition +N P195GH +N P235GH +N P265GH +N 16Mo3 + NT 14MoV6-3 + NT 10CrMo5-5 + NT 13CrMo4-5 + NT 10CrMo9-10 + QT 11CrMo9-10 +QT 25CrMo4 Other steels Conditions for: according to Hot finished agreement Cold finished Surface Testing Certificate Marking Adequate to pro.izotermical annealed Normalising formed Optional testing upon agreement Surface protection Packing • without • upon agreement includes normalizing 17175 3059-1 3059-2 St 35.1 Data Visually without Mandatory testing: • 3. • dimensions • identification number Specific working • visual Optionally: upon agreement.ultrasonic • testing category 2 with NDT .490 3602-1 360 430 Cold finished •normalized N N (N + T) N + T or Ann (tempered) Hot finished • as rolled (HF) • normalized (N) Cold formed • normalized 620 .8 Hot finished St 45. grade) Quality class III.eddy current Boiler steel designation according to EN: • base non-alloy steel P – steel for pressure equipments 235 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 G – general charakteristic. Part 1: Specification for seamless and electric resistance welded tubes.• drift expanding • cast (code) propriate standard • leak tightness (Page 11) • inspector’s mark articles. to remove • product analysis • standard defects surface can • tensile test See also • steel grade be worked • flattening or ring expanding page 10 • TC (C . • NDT (at TC2) (Page 11) • additional marking • material identification (at + N .440 N + T* 621 N+T 660 N+T 622 N+T * Condition N+T is valid for method HFS and CFS 3604-1 BS 3604-1 BS 3606 ISO 9329-2 Quality class I. See EN 10216-2 Testing comparison DIN 17175 EN 10216-2 Quality class Testing category I TC 1 III TC 2 35 .quenching and tempered • impact test according to steel grade and dimensions + I . Testing like EN • visual • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • leak tightness (hydrotest or NDT) • testing category 1 with NDT • testing category 2 with hydrotest Other tests like BS 3059-1 Standard Indelibly marking requirements Usually die stamping execution At one end or Label on the bundle Data: • manufacturer • standard • steel • identification number • cast ( at 3604-1) • without • upon agreement • visual • tensile test • flattening • testing category 1 with NDT . Alloy special steel .in steel) according to ap.normalized upon agreement + NT .8 • as rolled 17Mn4 • normalized 19Mn5 Cold finished 15Mo3 • normalized 13CrMo4 4 Hot finished 10CrMo9 10 • tempered • normalized and tempered Cold finished • normalized and tempered 14MoV6 3 Hot finished Cold finished • normalized and tempered (both methods) 320 Hot finished • as rolled (HF) • normalized (N) Cold formed • normalized 360 440 243 620 622 .normalized + tempered alloy steel) + QT . DIN 50049 Usually die stamping Kinds of protocol or agreement like EN At both ends Data: • steel • grade of quality (C-steel) • manufactuter • inspector • color strap At one end for OD≥ 159 mm • cast number • tube number (III.

5 % D < 219 mm.5 % min ±0. row tolerance ±0.9 mm 0 +10 mm • L > 7. Dimensions..5 % min ±0.5 mm/m • square cut ends • option: beveled for WT 5–20 mm TU 14-3-190 TU 14-3-460 PN-H 74252 ANSI ASME B36..7 mm ±12.5 m +1 mm/1 m Straightness Tube ends max..8 mm) Depending on tube dimension length upon agreement.6 mm Tube weight –3. tolerances and weight per unit lengths.5 % T ≤ 3 mm –10 % +15 % T > 3 mm –10 % +12 % D ≤ 219 mm.. 1.25 % (Table 6/Page 32) min ±0.4 mm NF A 49-211 D = 60...3–114. UNI 5463 ..4 (not –0.5 +10 % 49-213 Hot finished: D ≤ 63.5 mm 42 6710 ±1 % min ±0..50 mm D = 63.8 % Table 2/Page 28 See table 2.. T < 20 mm ±12. See EN Visually straight •square cut ends •plain ends •NPS ≤ 11/2 (DN 40/48. Seamless unalloyed and Mo and Cr-Mo alloyed steel tubes for use at high temperatures. STN 42 5716 ČSN 42 5716 Hot formed seamless steel tubes with smaller tolerances.75 % D > 114...2 mm –0.3 mm) agreement •NPS ≥ 2 (DN 50/60.5% increased ±12. T ≤ 15 mm usually –15% +12. 3 mm/m • square cut ends total 0.3 mm ±0.3 mm ±1 % Cold finished: D ≤ 33.3 mm –0.5 m 0 +5 mm • D > 88.5 % Exact lengths tolerances: • L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm • L > 6 m 0 +15 mm • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs Exact lengths tolerances: 0 +15 mm Multiple: +5 mm for cut.25 mm D > 33.7 mm ±0.. ISO 1129 Steel tubes for boilers.15% of tol.5 %D tube length (min..3 mm) WT ≤ XS – beveled WT > XS – plain and square cut Note: At NFA 49-213 – also steel TU 15CD2-05. 3 mm/m • square cut ends total by length • free from excessive 6 m = 8 mm burrs ±10 % D ≤ 139.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for elevated temperature StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 48......50 mm D = 50–219 mm usually ±1 % increased ±0.10 D ≤ 50 mm ±0.. 0.2–20 mm –0. NFA 49-213 Steel tubes.5 mm.6 mm) • beveled D > 60...8 mm D = 139..5 mm 42 5716 D ≤ 219 mm ±1 % min ±0.4 mm 42 6711 see precision tubes Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 50 mm ±0.5% increased ±12. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards NFA 49-211 Steel tubes.8 +0.5 mm/m • option: with beveled ends ±10 % D < 219 mm.9 mm a L ≤ 7.4 mm Lengths Exact lengths tolerances: • L ≤ 8 m 0 +10 mm • L > 8 m 0 +15 mm Exact lengths tolerances: • D ≤ 88. STN 42 5715 ČSN 42 5715 Hot formed seamless steel tubes. STN 42 0251 ČSN 42 0251 Seamless steel tubes with guaranteed properties of elevated temperatures...3 mm STN ČSN GOST 42 5715 42 5716 (42 6710) (42 6711) 8732 Tube weight –8 +10% 42 5715 D ≤ 219 mm ±1.5 mm 4991 D = 51–419 mm ±1 % Boiler 5463 Cold finished: D ≤ 139.8 +1. 36 .8 % Dimensions Tolerance T T ≤ 3.75 % min ±0.15T ±12.tubes for elevated temperatures and pressures. T ≤ 15 mm usually –15% +12. max.. page 28..7–219.25 mm UNI (ISO 1129) Hot finished: Pipe line D ≤ 51 mm ±0.5% Exact lengths tolerances: • L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm • L > 6 m 0 +15 mm 1.5 mm ±0. TDC.5 mm T = 3.7 mm ±0.5 mm/m • square cut ends • option: beveled for WT 5–20 mm D ≤ 219 mm.29 Except 1..1 mm –0. UNI 5462 Seamless steel tubes ..7 mm ±0. Dimensions.5% Exact lengths tolerances: • L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm • L > 6 m 0 +15 mm 1.3 max.5–114. Seamless plain-end unalloyed steel tubes for fluid piping at elevated temperatures. T < 20 mm –15 % +12. TDC. Dimensions.50 mm D = 50–219 mm usually ±1 % increased ±0. UNI 4991 Seamless and welded steel tubes with plain ends. max.3 mm ±0.. +50 mm Straightened – • square cut ends 3 mm/m • free from excessive Exact straightburrs ened–1. superheaters and heat exchangers. 0. Dimensions (with standard tolerances)..15T +0.125T +0..

5 mm at tube Smaller tubes label Data: • dimensions • steel • manufacturer • alloy steel . F2.B pressure according to formula • normalized tubes and heat Cold finished treatment. F3 articles. • normalized Hot finished • visual • normalized and tempered • tensile test Cold finished • impact test • normalized and tempered • grain size • inclusions • leak tightness • NDT Other TDC Marking Indelibly marking 26.Steel grade TDC standards 49-211 Name TUE 220 TUE 250 TUE 275 49-213 TU 37C TU 42C TU 48C TU 52C TU 15D3 TU 13CD4-04 TU 10CD5-05 TU 10CD9-10 C14 C18 5462 42 0251 8731 4543 20072 TU14-3-190 TU 14-3-460 74252 (84024) 16Mo5 14CrMo3 12CrMo9 10 11 368 11 418 12 021 12 022 12 025 15 020 15 121 15 128 15 313 10 20 10G2 15ChM 12Ch1MF K10 K18 16M. Dimensions. GOST 8733 Seamless cold or hot formed steel tubes.label 26.9 mm and under . E 570 • steel grade • dimensions • weight • drift expanding • flanging • (upon agreement equivalent C) *Option of class of tubes according to working conditions (temperature. GOST 8734 Cold formed seamless steel tubes.3 • without mm . ANSI/ASME B 36. F3 according to apC. certificate be worked Cold finished F2.3 mm at tube Data • manufacturer • steel.V • normalized propriate standard • NDT ultrasonic of grade: (3. pressure) in compliance with standards ČSN 13 0020. Cold finished • normalized and tempered • product analysis A530 + A530 A530 + A700 + article 24 A530 + A700 + article • hardness A700 + of standard 24 of standard • tensile test article 24 Under 2 in (60. 37 . • normalized Hot finished.cast and tube number Hot finished • as rolled. N+T • dimensions Hot finished • hydrostatic test • as rolled • normalized • drift expanding Cold finished • flattening • normalized • tensile test • NDT upon agreement N N+T N+T Hot finished • surface . TU 14-3-460 Seamless steel tubes for steam boilers and pipelines. L2.2. GOST 4543 Alloy structural steel. spection test N+T Specific working 3.48.C.1. L3 company • normalized • cold finished tubes of grade: F1.P. STN 42 6711 ČSN 42 6711 Precision seamless steel tubes. TU 14-3-190 Seamless steel tubes for boilers and pipelines. condition • standard • dimensions • presure at test •identification number • inspector Marking according to agreement Surface protection Packing • D < 60.10M Welded and seamless wrought steel pipe. GOST 8731 Hot formed seamless steel tubes. • normalized Visually without Hot finished defects. ČSN 42 0090 and ČSN 69 0010 Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized STN 42 6710 ČSN 42 6710 Cold drawn seamless tubes with standard tolerances.• drift expanding arrangement Hot finished • impact test ment • normalized and tempered (first number • ring-expanding + = tube class Cold finished • material identification behind DS) • normalized and tempered • NDT (Tube class 3) condition .tube or label Over 48. E 309.1 behind steel mark . GOST 20072 Heat resistant steel.9 .1+ pickled cate • normalized • leak tightness Cold finished • 7+ customer Cold finished • normalized .5 behind steel mark (Tube class 1 and 3)* • product analysis According to Hot finished • hardnes GOST 10692 • as rolled. to remove • hot finished tubes of grade: NFA 49-001 • as rolled defects surface can L1. Dimensions. bounded with steel stripes • other upon agreement According to GOST 10692 According to GOST 10692 According to GOST D over 159 (114) mm and 10692 WT over 3. • flattening Data: • impact test • manufacturer • hydrostatic or NDT • standard – E 213.C N+T upon agreement.3 mm) data • impact test ( up to NPS 2") of standard on a label.bun• upon agreement dles • tubes of larger diameter can be free laid Colour according to • without ČSN 42 0010 • upon agreement Tested NDT – colour strip D < 70 mm label on bundle Marking of tubes according to TDC • bundles 300–3500 kg.4+ metallic clean • flattening • 9+ special . L3.1.9+ special agree.2+ free of csale • tensile test inspection condition .B) or inN L2. TDC. GOST 8732 Hot formed seamless steel tubes.3 mm .0+ scaled • 6+ test certifi• as rolled • dimensions .Testing as in EN NFA 49-001 • as rolled duction mode of • leak tightness by hydrotest – 3. 10H2M 15HM 13HMF ASTM A106 GradeA (A530) GradeB ASME GradeC SA-106 (SA-530) Testing and certificates Condition Surface Testing Certificate Hot finished Adequate to pro.

38 .3 m) incl. (0+ 5mm) Welded : As seamless. ASTM 335 Seamless ferritic alloy-steel pipe for high-temperature service. 0 + 1/4 in. ASTM A530 General requirements for specialized carbon and alloy steel pipe. ASTM A210 Seamless medium-carbon steel boiler and superheater tubes. ASTM A1016 General requirements for ferritic alloy steel. superheater and heat-exchanger tubes. (0+ 6 mm) For larger lengths under agreement (Valid for A 999) Tolerances of random lengths upon agreement. (7. (+3 mm) for each 10 ft (3 m) or 0 + 1/2 in. Informative . ASTM A192 Seamless carbon steel boiler tubes for high-pressure service. cold finished A213 SA-213 Toler.8 mm) and over 0 + 3/16 in. L > 7 m +3 mm/m. (7. (50. ferritic alloy and austenitic alloy steel tubes.5 mm T > 4 mm ±12. (0+ 5mm) Seamless. cold finished: D under 2 in. max 15 mm D > 50 mm. max 15 mm G3462 List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards ASTM A106 Seamless carbon steel pipe for high-temperature service. L ≤ 7 m 0 +7 mm D ≤ 50 mm.8 mm) 0 + 1/8 in.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for elevated temperature StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range ASTM A192 Table 5/Page 31 ASME SA-192 Dimensions Tolerance D See page 33 Tolerance T See page 33 A209 SA-209 Lengths Depending on tube dimension length upon agreement. austenitic alloy steel and stainless steel tubes. resistant) For L under 24ft.5 % L over 24 ft : 0 + 1/8 in.9 .like EN. L ≤ 7 m 0 +10 mm D > 50 mm. (0+13 mm) smaller vallue is valid A 530 a A 999 Seamless and welded (electric.(50. • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • beveled ends according agreement only G3458 G3461 Table 10/Page 52 Hot finished Cold finished (Tolerances see standards) D ≤ 50 mm.50 mm D = 50–160 mm ±1 % See table page 33 T ≤ 4 mm ±0. ASTM A213 Seamless ferritic and austenitic alloy-steel boiler.31. ASTM A450 General requirements for carbon. L > 7 m +3 mm/m. hot finished : All dimensions 0+3/16 in. (0+3mm) A210 SA-210 D 2 in. ASTM A556 Seamless cold drawn carbon steel feedwater heater tubes. ASTM A692 Seamless medium-strength carbon-molybdenum alloy steel boiler and superheater tubes. ASTM A999 General requirements for alloy and stainless steel pipe.3 m) A335 SA-335 Table 2/Page 28 or Table 5/Page 31 Ordering of Pipe or Tube See tolerances table on page 29 See tolerances table on page 29 Nominal T –12. ASTM A209 Seamless carbon-molybdenum alloy-steel boiler and superheater tubes.5 % Minimum T to + only JIS A556 SA-556 Table 5/Page 31 interval 5/8 .8 mm) G3456 Table 11/Page 52 See table page 33 D ≤ 50 mm ±0. for L under 24 ft. Tolerance: A 450 a A 1016 Straightness Tube ends Visually straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • beveled ends according agreement only Seamless.1 1/4 in (15.

8 mm) for pipe: see Table in Standards A999 ASTM E570 (flux leakage) . Carbon steel boiler and heat exchanger tubes.8 mm) data on the label Data: • manufacturer A1016 A1016 + A700 A1016 + A700 A450 + • standard A700 • steel grade A450 A450 + A700 A1016 A1016 + A700 A999 Under OD 2 in (60. * The boiler tubes belong into pressure tube group. to remove • product analysis defects surface can • hardness be worked • flattening according to ap. • hardness • flattening • tensile test • drift expanding • hydrostatic or NDT • product analysis • tensile test • hardness • flattening • drift expanding • hydrostatic or NDT .values as in Standard ASTM 213 39 .label Data: • class (steel) • method of manufact. E 309. • drift expanding Visually without • hydrostatic or NDT defects.410) • normalized (510) Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • normalized + tempered Cold finished • normalized + tempered A335 (A999) SA-335 (SA-999) A556 (A450) SA-556 (SA-450) G3456 G3458 G3461 G3462 Hot finished • normalized + tempered Cold finished • normalized + tempered Cold finished • normalized Testing and certificates Surface Testing Adequate to pro. (-S-C) • dimensions • manufacturer • supplem. (-S-C) • ND x NWT / OD x WT • manufacturer • supplem. (-S-H). JIS G 3456 JIS G 3458 JIS G 3461 JIS G 3462 PN-H 74 252 Carbon steel pipes for high temperature service. Seamless boiler steel tubes Note: Alloy steel tube and pipe according to standard ASTM (ASME) it is recommended to test the tube with combination of two NDT methods .max.Steel grade TDC standards A192 (A450) SA-192 (SA-450) Name A192 Condition Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized A209 (A1016) SA-209 (SA-1016) Grade T1 Hot finished Grade T1a • normalized Grade T1b Cold finished • normalized • normalized + tempered A210 (A450) SA-210 (SA-450) Grade A-1 Grade C Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized A213 (A1016) SA-213 (SA-1016) T2 T11 T12 T21 T22 T24 P1 P2 P11 P12 P21 P22 P24 Grade A2 Grade B2 Grade C2 Hot finished • normalized + tempered Cold finished • normalized + tempered STPT 370 STPT 410 STPT 480 STPA 12 STPA 20 STPA 22 STPA 23 STPA 24 STB 340 STB 410 STB 510 STBA 12 STBA 13 STBA 20 STBA 22 STBA 23 STBA 24 Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • normalized + tempered Cold finished • normalized + tempered Hot finished • as rolled (340. (-S-H).031 in (0.usually according to ASTM E309 and ASTM E213. E 309 • product analysis • tensile test • hardness • dimensions • hydrostatic and NDT – E 213. • hydrostatic or NDT Specific working • product analysis upon agreement. Reference standards: ASTM E213 (ultrasonic) .8 mm) data on the label Data: • manufacturer • standard • steel grade JIS G0303 A450 + A700 A450 + A700 Small diameters . The manufacturer have to own the respective certificates.3 mm) data on the label Data: • manufacturer • standard • steel grade A450 Under OD 11/4 in (31.the depth of the notches shall not exceed 12 1/2 % of WT. (According to agreement 10% or 5%) ASTM E309 (eddy curent) . requirements Z Tube and pipe from steels T5 (A213) and P5 (A335) according agreement. A1016 A700 Under OD 11/4 in (31.label Data: • steel grade • method of manufact. Except the standards for own tube the requirements of superior regulations for pressure vessels are valid. Alloy steel boiler and heat exchanger tubes.• product analysis duction mode of • hardness tubes and heat • flattening treatment. EN 570 • impact test • product analysis • tensile test • hardness • dimensions • flattening • drift expanding • NDT • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • impact test • hydrostatic or NDT according to JIS G0582 or JIS G0583 • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • hydrostatic or NDT according to JIS G0582 or JIS G0583 Other TDC Certificate Marking Surface protection Packing A450 A450 + A700 A450 + A450. requirements Z Small diameters .• tensile test propriate standard • drift expanding articles.E 213. Alloyed steel pipes. diameter of drilled hole: for tube: 0. A700.

25 320 360 440 243 620-460 max.0.0.30 0.012 275 Al max.7335 16Mo5 1.0.13 0.60 0.30–0.18 0.0.20 0.35 max.08 .35–0.29–1.08 .90–1.40–0.035 0.0425 St 45.12–0.30–0.035 0.2.50–1.45–0.17–0.10–0.15 0.45–0.0.0.35 0.0.65–3. 0.40–0.020 0.18 0.35 0.0.30 max.44–0.035 0.81 2.025 0.80 0.440 TUE275B TU48C TU52C TU15D3 TU15CD2-05 16Mo5 15 020 TU13CD4-04 14CrMo3 15 121 15ChM K10 Grade A A192 K18 Grade B 16M 15HM Grade C T1 T1a T1b ASTM A210 ASTM A213 Grade A-1 Grade C ASTM A335 ASTM A556 ASTM A692 JIS G 3456 JIS G 3458 JIS G 3461 JIS G 3462 Maximal 550 – 560 500 – 530 P1 Grade A2 Grade B2 Grade C2 STPT370 STPT410 STPT480 STB340 STB410 STB510 T2 T12 P2 P12 STPA20 STPA22 STBA20 STBA22 A692 STPA12 STBA12 40 STBA13 .00–1.035 0.90–1.70 0.040 0.65 0.21 0.0.0.0.15 0.10–0.035 0.35 Al min.10–0.40–0.35 0.65 0.25 1.10 GradeA GradeB GradeC Grade T1 Grade T1a Grade T1b Grade A-1 Grade C Grade T11 Grade T12 Grade T22 Grade T24 Grade T2 Grade T21 Grade T5 Grade T91 0.70 0.00 .0. B 415 205 205 205 V.0.14–0.25 0.30 max.0.035 0.60–1.035 0.040 0.30 max.30 .60 max.60 0.20 0.025 0.10–0.65 1.35 max.040 0.035 0.12–0.80 0.05 205 240 275 137HB/77HRB 180 205 195 220 255 275 205 220 205 V.0.0.25 max.035 max.08–0.70–1.50 .10–0.44–0.40–0.15–0.44–0.25 max.040 0.61 0.0.40–0.35 0.35 max.50–0.07–0.025 0.17–0. 0.30 max.90–1.30 0.0.12–0.20 0.10–0.10–0.65 0.70 0.80 0.1.035 0.25–0.025 0.15–0.30 max.040 0.70–1.40 0.20 1.0.10–0.10 2.60 0.40 min. 0.00 0.30–0.025 0.05–0.35 4.025 0.21 0.18 0.10–0.70–1.0.40 0.10–0.30 max.80 0.0482 16Mo3 1.17–0.040 0.) DIN 17176 (W.40 max.0.040 0.50 0.5423 320 360 360 440 430 TUE220B TU37C C14 12 021 10 TUE250B TU42C C18 12 022 20 243 620 .040 0.25 0.040 0.15–0.0.40–0.10–0.Nr.035 0.0305 P265GH 1.10–0.10 min.40–1.40–0.10–0.7335 13CrMo4 4 1.40 .50 0.90–1.035 0.60 0.035 0.10 .10–0.8 1.0.35 0.0.10 – 0.025 0.22–0.025 0.80 0. 0.22 0.0.35 0.15 0.15–0.0.0.63 0.15– 0.37 0.0345 St 35.5415 15Mo3 1.0.25–0.44–0.035 Cu Ostatné Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min MPa min ksi min MPa max MPa min ksi min % 245 255 235 255 320 270 295 365 265 350 400 340 410 440 450 440 490 480 440 490 470 570 600 600 590 690 630 26 24 25 21 23 22 22 18 20 195 235 245 Al max.70 0.35 0.025 0.0.00 .0.27–0.0.30 .0.20 0. 0.30–0.35 0.15–0.80 0.035 0.50–0.0.14 max.05–0.025 0.90 .06 0.06–0.025 0.25 max.80 0.50 max.60 0.60 0.10–0.50 min.040 0.15 max.015 0.025 0.035 0.) DIN 17175 (W.035 0.15 max.10–0.035 0.50 max.15 .25 V 0.035 0.50 max.30–0.040 0.50 0.14–0.020 0.17 max.040 0.10 min.025 0.40–0.17–0.25 max.05–0.0.30 max.035 0.040 0.50 0.30 max.18 0.10 0.35 0.30–0.20 0.025 0.65 0.93 0.020 180 320 360 440 480 460 480 500 580 630 610 25 24 21 22 22 STN.17 0.80 0.65 0.45–0.0.20 0.10–0. ČSN BS 3059/1 3059/2 ASTM A 106 A 556 ( Grade A2) A 192 A 209 A 210 A 213 A 335 (Grade P) DIN 17175 UNI 5462 C14 C18 16Mo5 0.65 240 260 290 350 450 450 450 550 550 28 23 22 0.60 0.15 0.8 St 45. 0.035 0.00 max.040 0.50–0.40 .0.05–0.70 0.25 max.035 0.35 0.10 max.460 500Nb 620 .80 .65 0.0.10 0.12–0. 0.) BS 3059-1 BS 3059-2 BS 3602-1 BS 3604 NFA 49-211 NFA 49-213 UNI 5462 STN 42 0251 GOST 1050 GOST 4543 GOST 20072 PN-H 84024 ASTM A106 ASTM A192 ASTM A209 450 – 475 – 500 (by test category) P235GH 1. 0.0.35 0.035 0.0.15 0.20–0.25–0.50 0.035 0.50–0.20–0.5415 13CrMo4-5 1.35 0.70 0.0.25 max.25 max.15 0.32 320 360 410 460 510 450 440 450 460 480 530 580 610 600 590 600 610 25 21 23 19 22 22 20 20 0.35 0.35 max.70 0.65 0.040 0.035 0.10 0.18 0.7335 13CrMo4 4 1.0.30–0.0405 (P295GH) (P310GH) 17Mn4 1.2.10–0.0.040 0.15 .45 0.035 0.8 17Mn4 19Mn5 15Mo3 13CrMo44 10CrMo9 10 14MoV 6 3 max.05–0.80 0.10 .37 0.0.Nr.Nr.0.035 0.30–0.0.025 0.45–0.30 0.44 .10 min.040 0.27 max.60 2.90–2.0.12–0.10 – 0.25 max.10–0.30–0.60 0.87–1.60 0.035 0.09 0.040 0.22 0.17 0.22 . Nb 415 0.06 0.035 30 35 40 26 30 28 32 37 40 30 32 30 60 30 30 30 60 330 415 485 325 380 365 415 415 485 415 415 415 585 380 415 415 585 48 60 70 47 55 53 60 60 70 60 60 60 85 55 60 60 85 35 30 30 35 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 30 30 30 20 Informative comparison of steel grade for boiler tubes Standard EN 10216-2 (W.35 0.040 0.035 0.50 max.35 0.20 0.040 0.0.0. Ti.06 0.1.60 V 0.85–1.12 min.30–0.20 0.035 0.035 0.50 0.010 0.035 0.35 0.61 0.040 0.50 0.035 0.70 0.025 0.Steel grade of boiler tubesgrade Standards Steel Chemical composition [%] grade C Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo 11 368 11 418 12 021 12 022 12 025 15 020 15 121 15 128 15 313 max.50–0.30–0.20 0.15 max.16 max.0.50 0.65 0.20 0.50 0.040 0.0.29–1.20–2.20 0.30 0.040 0.025 0.20 0.010 St 35.8 1.06 0.37 0.40 .035 0.29–1.44–0.0.00–9.035 max.040 0.40 0. 0.40 0.18 0.05 – 0.00–6.93 0.27–0.15 0.0.0.040 0.0.80 max.50 max.70 235 255 270 310 270 290 280 V 0.75 2.00–1.30–0.40–0.025 0.00 8.0.35 0.80 0.80–1.0.45–0.10 0.040 0.35 0.0481 19Mn5 1.

40 0.05 .7386 622 .035 0.0.35 max.17 max.50–0.0.25 0.35 0.70 0.030 0.40–0.80 0.35 0.70 0.0.035 0.0.020 0.12–0.25 max.30 .08 max.0.7715 14MoV6 3 1.035 0.10–0. 0.0.0.0.40 max.35 max.15–0.025 0.20 max.03 Sn max.4922 629 .40 TU 37C max.02 max.0.10–0.040 0.0.10 .60 Al max.0.040 600 10CrMo9-10 1.05 TU 48C max.0.0.03 Sn max.035 0.30 max.045 0.04 Al min.17–0.0.05–0.10–0. 0.42–0.40 0.04 Al min.08–0.25 max.40–1.69 max.30 0.0.040 0.035 0.35 max.035 0.85 TU E250 max.0.7362 X12CrMo9-1 1.80–1.35 0.35 0. 0.040 max.50 .040 0.70 0.020 max.035 0.0.17–0.60 0.60 0.040 0.20 max. 0.0.50 0.30–0.80 TU 42C max.10–0.040 max.10–0.25–0.41–0.40 max.40 .7380 Other min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % Sn max.0.020 0.25 0.75 max.80 TU 15CD2-05 0.15 max.25 0.20 max.40–0.25 0.15–0.0.45–0.020 625 X11CrMo5+I 1.70 V 0.035 0. 0.30–0.0.03 Sn max.35 0.035 EN 10216-2 GOST 1050 Cr Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 220 250 275 220 235 275 350 265 290 275 370 410 470 360 410 470 510 430 440 440 490 530 590 460 510 570 630 550 590 570 22 22 22 195 320 440 27 235 360 500 25 265 410 570 21 320 280 290 460 450 440 610 600 590 20 22 22 205 245 315 355 245 275 235 330 410 530 600 420 440 410 31 25 20 16 22 21 21 215 245 275 205 205 175 255 295 205 205 370 410 480 380 410 340 410 510 380 410 30 25 25 30 30 35 25 25 30 30 235 255 285 295 340 440 440 440 440 540 540 570 650 X20CrMoV11-1 1.00 0.035 0.0.30 max.40–0.045 0.32 max.035 0.02 max.10–0.30 TU 52C max.60 0.80 0.08 max.470 762 762 26 23 20 25 21 22 22 675 X10CrMoVNb9-1 1.4922 X20CrMoV12-1 1.95–1.17–0.025 0.10–0.35 0.50 0.37 0.24 0.25 Al max 0.10 0.70 0.35–0.55 0.0.08 .65 max.22 0.025 0.1.18 0.23 max.40 0.040 max.0.0.35 0.0.20 0.65 0.040 max.65–1.03 Sn max.0.040 max.15–0.22 0. 0.025 0.0.0.20 0.80 1.30–0.0.Standards NFA 49-211 49-213 Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn Pmax Smax TU E220 max.0.65 0.0.0.10–0.22 0.90–1.65 0.10 0.030 max.08 max.30 P 235 GH max.0.55 max.0.0.37 0.70–1.07–0.0.18 0.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 1.05 TU E275 max.80 0.12–0.0.30 max.25 max.17 0.40 0.15 0.035 0.00 0.0.05–0.10–0.40 0.11–0.10–0.37 0.040 0.0.03 max.14 0.22 0.30 Ti max.020 V max.025 0.50 max.0.0.11–0.25 K10 K18 16M 15HM max. 0.15–0.70–1.045 0.30–0.025 0.35 max.35 V 0.30 max.60 0.35 0.20 max.30 Ti max.00–1.20 max.0.0.07–0.0.18 0.25 0.09–0.0.030 0.35 0.10–0.020 0.7362 X11CrMo9-1+I 1.20 0.0.0.13 temperature [°C] 575 – 580 Mo 0.37 0.60 TU 15D3 0.10–0.0.0.22 .30 0.035 0.0.0.030 0.0.35 max.30–0.80 0.50–0.0.18 0.30–0.0.30–1.07–0.90 0.40–0.35 0.20–1.17–0.00 20072 JIS G3456 G3458 G3461 G3462 PN-H 84024 14MoV6-3 1.30 max.7386 12CrMo19-5 1.45 max.40–0.65 0.24 0.30–1.50–0.0.35 max.0.15–0. 0.04 Al min.0.0.030 0.7715 max.32 0.0.80–1.25 max.0.0.0.21–0.0.040 max.90 TU 13CD4-04 0.025 0.0.37 0.40 .15 0.035 0.040 0.4903 621 622 625 629 .045 0.035 0.10–0.0.35 Al max.0.37 0.30–0.50 max.0.35 max.80–1.65 0.15 0.10 .1.020 max.30–0.03 Sn max.30 .65 0. 0.16 max.030 0.25 0.035 0.0.0.0.70 0.35 0.15 max.0.35–0.40 0.0.35 0.25 0.7338 Cu V max. 0.64 max.0.32–0.1.25 max.35 min.60 0.03 Sn max.25 max.035 0.0.020 0.35 max.40–0.13–0.80 1.0.40–0.7380 10CrMo9 10 1.490 660 max.0.040 0.15 max.035 0.25 max.03 Sn max.0.30–0.18 max.41 .17–0. 0.90 0.035 0.45–0.035 0.0.020 0.40 0.17–0.20 0.40–0.20 0.35 min.39 max.0.02 max.1.16–0.040 0.40 0.25–0.0.030 0.020 P 265 GH max.15 0.33 0.0.70 0.25–0.0.035 0.035 0.470 TU10CD5-05 TU10CD9-10 12CrMo9-10 15 313 TUZ12CD05-05 TUZ10CD9 TUZ10CDVNb09-01 T11 T22 T9 T91 T92 P11 P22 T5 T5B T5C P5 P5B P5C P9 P91 P92 STPA23 STPA24 STPA25 STPA26 STPA28 STBA23 STBA24 STBA25 STBA26 STBA28 15 128 (12Ch1MF) (12HMF) 41 .50 max.20 max.17–0.30 0.035 0.0.30 0.25 Al max 0.0.17–0.40–0.30 STPT 370 STPT 410 STPT 480 STPA 12 STPA 22 STB 340 STB 410 STB 510 STBA 12 STBA 22 max.25 0.0.50 0. 0.30 10 20 35 45 10G2 15ChM 12Ch1MF 10CrMo5-5 1.45–0.0.45–0.40 max.0.25 P 195 GH 14MoV 6-3 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 4543 Ni 0.30 0.25 0.0.020 V max. 0.60–1.30 Ti max.035 0.1.17 0.60 0.0.37 0.040 0.

3 mm / T ≥ 7. Steels P620 and P690 with TC2 only.2 mm) See page 22 Informative values: • D < 60. 355. 460 High temperature WStE 255.precision See page 60 a 64 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 100 mm ±1% min ±0. 42 EN 10216 .5 mm/m max 15 mm List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards DIN 2391-1 DIN 2448 DIN 17179 EN 10 216-3 Seamless precision steel tubes. 420.3 mm / T < 7. Dimensions.3 mm min ±0. 460 Note: Steel grade condition Q are not given in comparison. 285. Steel types Comparison of steel according to DIN and EN standards: Fine grain steel are delivered in 4 series (steel grades): Series DIN 17179 Identification Grade Basic StE 255.1 mm ±1 % min ±0.3 mm / T < 7. 460 275. 460 355. 3 mm • option: with beveled ends (see page 98) Exact length tolerances: • L < 6 m 0 +10 mm • L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm • L > 12 m + upon agreement –0 • visually straight • square cut ends D < 130 mm Kinds: • upon agree.3 mm / T ≥ 7. Tests on page 43: TC1 or TC2 upon specification in order. 420. Designation of steel according to EN: P – steel for pressure equipments 355 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 N – normalized or normalising formed NH – high temperature steel NL1 – low temperature steel NL2 – special low temperature steel Note: Fine grain steel – ferritic grain size 6 or finer according to ASTM E112. 460 275. 420. 355. 460 Low temperature TStE 255.3 mm 5–6 m Tn – basic wall thickness • D ≥ 60. TDC. 285. 285.3 Identification Grade P-N P-NH P-NL1 P-NL2 355. 355.1 mm according to DIN 2448 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60. 460 Low temperature special EStE 255. TDC.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60.5 mm Tolerance T D ≤ 219.0015. 420. Part 3: Non-alloy and alloy fine grain steel tubes.2 mm Delivery by dmin a Tmin upon agreement (page 34) 10305-1 (upon agreement) DIN 2448 2391-1 (upon agreement) Table 16/Page 64 Cold finished . 355. 460 .Alloy fine grain steel tubes for pressure equipments Dimensions StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D EN 10216-3 Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished: D ≤ 219. 355.1 mm ±12.3 mm 5–6 m • D ≥ 60. Part 1: Dimensions.precision 5–6 m See page 60 a 64 • longer upon agreement Exact length tolerances: • L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm • L ≥ 3 m +1. 355.5 % • fixed ±500 mm • option: with • T > 4Tn ±9 % • exact beveled ends D > 130 mm (T ≥ 3.L for tube • free from excessive conversion to 1 m burrs max.• free from excessive • T ≤ 2Tn –10 % +15 % • random ment burrs • 2Tn < T < 4Tn –10 % +12. Seamless circular tubes of fine grain steel for special requirements. Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes.5 mm D = 100–200 mm ±1% Table 16/Page 64 Lengths Kinds: • random • exact Informative values: • D < 60.5 % min ±0.4 mm Cold finished: ±0.5 % ±10 % min ±0. Plain end seamless steel tubes. 285.1 mm 5–6 m • longer upon agreement Straightness Tube ends Permissible • square cut ends 0.1 mm Cold finished .

0.A 3.0.0.30 0.025 0.0.00 .0.1.0.020 V max.025 0.020 V max.04 Al min.0.04 Al min.30 max.020 V max.30 max.20 max.0.60 .0.40 max.0.04 Al min.020 max.20 max.30 max.50 max.04 Al min.30 max.015 0.0.70 0.18 max.04 Al min.0.030 0.50 .0.0.04 Al min.0.020 max.0.30 max.0.50 0.0.020 max.0.0.20 max.00 .50 .025 0.0.0.0.0.30 0.0.50 .0.30 max.08 max.035 0.0.60 .0.90 .50 0.08 max.60 1.0.030 0.65 0.20 max.0.025 0.30 max.18 max.0.40 0.0.• cast analysis is enough duction mode • tensile test • other steels normalized • flattening designation +N • drift expanding or Cold finished • ring expanding • normalized • impact test designation +N • leak tightness (page 11) • dimesions • visual • NDT • material identification • optional tests upon agreement See table Hot finished on the page • normalising formed 42 • normalized Cold finished • normalized • cast analysis • tensile test • impact test • drift expanding • NDT .020 V max.0.0.70 0.020 Al min.0.025 0.00 .05 max.030 0.08 max.40 0.50 max.0.1.04 max.30 Ti max.18 max.0.0.030 0.025 0.0.30 max.20 max.0.1.16 max.0.08 max.0.30 max.020 Ti max.0.0.020 max.0.65 0.40 max.30 max.30 Ti max.020 Al min.20 max.04 Al min.30 max.0.0.16 max.30 max.in steel) • cast (code) • inspector’s mark • identification number Optionally: • additional marking upon agreement 50049 3.020 Al min.70 0.0.30 max.30 V max.80 max.030 0.030 0.16 P355N Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other max.0.10 .30 max.70 Ti max.08 P355NL2 max.0.030 0.0.0.50 .C Surface protection Packing • without protection • upon agreement Usually die stamping Small diameter .50 0.0.0.1.30 max.0.0.0.0.0.015 max.20 max.30 max.30 max.0.020 Al min.1.20 max.0.70 0.08 max.20 max.0.0.10 max.025 0.50 0.035 0.1.0.1.015 0.30 max.030 0.0.10 P460NH max.0.upon agreement • leak tightness • visual • dimesions • other upon agreement Other TDC Certificate Marking 10204: Indelibly marking • 3.0.10 P460NL1 max.020 max.30 max.10 P460NL2 max.18 max.0.20 max.50 0.30 max.10 max.08 max.70 0.0.0.0.0.1.30 Ti max.90 .65 0.08 max.020 V max.0.40 0.30 max.40 max.08 P460N max.020 V max.1.1.0.80 max.0.0.50 0.025 0.035 0.70 0.0.0.0.90 .0.1.0.020 0.0.020 Al min.0.0.30 max.50 max.0.0.020 Al min.0.30 0.020 Al min.0.0.0.0.08 P355NH max.40 max.90 .20 max.00 .0.0.0.70 0.16 max.0.70 Ti max.0.10 max.0.020 Al min.20 max.30 max.10 .50 max.0.0.30 Ti max.0.60 1.0.0.30 max.0.40 max.035 0.08 max.80 max.0.035 0.0.0.0.Steel grade TDC standards 10216-3 17179 Name P355N P460N P355NH P460NH P275NL1 P355NL1 P460NL1 P275NL2 P355NL2 P460NL2 Testing and certificates Condition Surface Testing Hot finished • visually free from Category 1 and 2 • at P355N and P 355NH surface defects (TC1 and TC2) see page 42: normalising formed • adequate to pro.0.0.0.0.0.04 Al min.30 max.1.0.015 max.1.50 .0.0.80 max.1.65 P275NL1 max.30 max.20 max.10 .0.0.1.90 .0.40 P275NL2 max.0.0.0.020 V max.08 max.0.015 max.0.0.0.30 max.0.90 .50 max.20 max.025 0.20 max.20 max.30 max.0.60 1.1.50 0.0.70 Ti max.40 0.0.label Data: • manufacturer • steel • symbol S • inspector’s mark • cast • number of tube (D over 159mm) • symbol for NDT Steel grade of fine grain steel Standards DIN 17179 EN 10216-3 Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn StE 255 WStE 255 TStE 255 EStE 255 StE 285 WStE 285 TStE 285 EStE 285 StE 355 WStE 355 TStE 355 EStE 355 max.20 max.1.0.0.0.025 0.18 max.90 .2 D > 51 mm at end Data See also • producer page 10 • standard • steel grade • TC (C .0.0.50 0.020 max.0.025 0.10 max.30 max.05 Al min.0.20 max.0.70 Ti max.40 0.B 3.30 0.0.025 0.0.0.08 max.0.1.025 0.0.1.030 0.0.0.0.020 Al min.0.60 1.04 Al min.30 Ti max.0.16 max.20 max.20 max.60 .0.1.0.08 P355NL1 max.0.20 max.40 0.020 max.50 max.0.0.40 max.1.1 D < 51 mm on label • 3.20 max.020 Al min.60 .0.1.30 max.50 0.0.70 0.10 0.025 0.1.025 0.30 max.08 max.0.035 0.0.020 Al min.18 max.90 .020 Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % 255 255 255 255 285 285 285 285 355 355 355 355 360 360 360 360 390 390 390 390 490 490 490 490 480 480 480 480 510 510 510 510 630 630 630 630 25 25 25 25 24 24 24 24 22 22 22 22 275 390 530 24 275 390 530 24 355 490 650 22 355 490 650 22 355 490 650 22 355 490 650 22 460 560 730 19 460 560 730 19 460 560 730 19 460 560 730 19 .08 max.08 max.0.20 Al min.0.0.0.0.08 max.0.20 max.0.015 43 V max.0.025 0.10 .30 max.0.30 max.0.50 0.18 max.0.0.0.0.020 V max.0.1.40 max.30 max.1.18 max.0.16 max.0.0.50 .

Dimensions.1 mm ±1 % min ±0. TDC.10 mm D = 20–38 mm ±0.5 mm Cold finished: ±0. TDC.75 % min ±0.25 mm D > 50 mm ±0.3 mm / T ≥ 7.1 mm ±12. Dimensions. DIN 28180 Seamless steel tubes for tubular heat exchangers.15 mm D = 38–50 mm ±0.5 mm L = 9–12 m 0 +6 mm L = 12–15 m 0 +7.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m Cold finished .3 mm 5–6 m according to DIN 2448 • D ≥ 60. max 12 mm ±7.5 % min ±0. 44 . Part 4: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties.30 mm ≤ 3 %D ±15 % 3–10 %D ±12.5 % • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +6 mm L > 6 m 1.4 mm Cold finished: ±0. Dimensions.5 % min ±0.3 mm / T < 7. BS 3600 Dimension and masses per unit lengt of welded and seamless steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes.3 mm 10305-1 (upon agreement) DIN 2448 2391-1 upon agreement Table 16/Page 64 ±10 % min ±0.5 % • fixed ±500 mm • T > 4Tn ±9 % • exact Informative values: Tn – basic wall thickness • D < 60.1 mm 5–6 m or 10–14 m • D ≥ 60. DIN 2448 Plain end seamless steel tubes.5 mm Tolerance T D ≤ 219.3 mm 5–6 m • D ≥ 60. DIN 17173 Seamless circular steel tubes for low temperatures.5 mm L = 15–18 m 0 +9 mm • locally 3 mm/m • square cut ends • total: • free from excessive L < 4 m 2 mm/m burrs L = 4–6 m 8 mm/m L > 6 m 8 mm +1 mm/m List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10 216 .5 % ±9 % min ±0.2 mm Cold finished .0015.5 mm NF A 49-215 D ≤ 20 mm ±0. 3 mm • option: with beveled ends (see page 98) Exact length tolerances: • L < 6 m 0 +10 mm • L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm • L > 12 m + upon agreement –0 Table 1/Page 26 D ≤ 100 mm ±1 % D < 130 mm Kinds: • visually straight min ±0.L • square cut ends for tube • free from excessive conversion to 1 m burrs max.20 mm upon agreement 0 +18% Exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +3 mm L = 6–9 m 0 +4. NFA 49-215 Seamless tubes for ferritic non alloy and alloy steel heat exchangers.3 mm / T ≥ 7.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for low temperature Dimensions StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished: EN 10216-4 D ≤ 219. tolerances. TDC. Part 1: Dimensions.1 mm See page 60 a 64 5–6 m • longer upon agreement Precise length tolerances: like EN BS 3600 Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished: ±1 % min ±0.1 mm 5–6 m • longer upon agreement Straightness Tube ends Permissible 0.5 mm/m.precision Table 16/Page 64 • D ≥ 60. materials.4 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. DIN 2391-1 Seamless precision steel tubes.5 mm • T ≤ 2Tn –10 % +15 % • random • upon agreement D = 100–200 mm ±1 % • 2Tn < T < 4Tn –10 % +12. BS 3603 Carbon and alloy steel pipes and tubes with specified low temperature properties for pressure purposes.3 mm / T < 7.precision See page 60 a 64 Lengths Kinds: • random • exact Informative values: • D < 60.

CFS) 49-215 TU 42BT TU 10N9 TU 10N14 Cold finished • normalized N • normalized and temp.2 .TC1 or TC2 upon agreement in order Alloy steels .2 D > 51 mm at end Data See also •producer page 10 • standard • steel grade • TC (C .in steel) • cast (code) • inspector’s mark • identification number Optionally: • additional marking upon agreement See note 17173 TTSt35N 10Ni14 N V(N) N– normalized V – quenched and tempered Conditions valid for both methods: Hot finished Cold finished 3603 430LT Hot finished •normalising formed HF • normalized N Cold finished • normalized N Hot finished Cold finished • normalized N • normalized and temp.1.1.ultrasonic • Cat.1. N+T Cold finished • normalized N 503LT (HFS.B 3.see page 9 Test category: Non alloy steels .1 .to TC2 (page 11) • material identification • optional tests upon agreement Certificate Marking 10204: Indelibly marking • 3.A 3.Steel grade TDC standards 10216-4 Name P215NL P265NL 12Ni14 Testing and certificates Condition Surface Testing +N • visually free from Category TC1 and TC2 +N surface defects • cast analysis +NT • adequate to pro.leak tightness • hydraulic test • eddy current • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • visual • dimensions • NDT • leak tightness Designation of steel for low temperature according to EN: P – steel for pressure equipments 215 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 N – normalized or normalising formed L – low temperature steel Alloy steel . N+T Tests like EN 50049 3.1 D < 51 mm on label • 3.C • cast analysis • visual • tensile test • flattening • impact test • Cat.TC2 only 45 • test certification • test results 49-001 Typ A Typ B Typ C Other TDC Surface protection Packing • without protection • upon agreement .• tensile test Conditions valid for both duction mode • flattening methods: • drift expanding or Hot finished • ring expanding Cold finished • impact test (by dimension) • leak tightness (page 11) • dimensions • visual • NDT .

TDC. ASTM A1016 General requirements for ferritic alloy steel. ASTM A450 General requirements for carbon. STN 42 5715 ČSN 42 5715 Hot formed seamless steel tubes.5 mm/m sive burrs • option: with beveled ends (see page 98) Eexact length tolerances: 0 +15 mm Multiple: +5 mm on cut.10 mm Di > 7 mm ±10 % (–12 %) D ≤ 219 mm.35 mm D > 51 mm ±0. Dimensions. ANSI/ASME B 36. TDC. TDC.5 mm D > 51 mm ±1 % Cold finished: D ≤ 25 mm ±0. TDC.10 See page 38 ASTM ASME A334 SA-334 Table 5/Page 31 See page 33 See page 38 ANSI B 36.10 Table 2/Page 28 See page 29 See page 36 See page 29 Reasonably straight • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards UNI 4991 Seamless and welded steel tubes with plain ends. +50 mm ±12.1. Part 3: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties.5 %) Lengths • random • exact with tolerances: L ≤ 6 m 0 +10 mm L > 6 m 0 +15 mm Cold finished: Di ≤ 7 mm ±12 % (–14 %) min ±0. STN 42 0165 ČSN 42 0165 Sheets and pipes of ferritic – perlitic steel with guaranteed impact properties at low temperatures.75 % Weight –8 % +10 % STN ČSN 42 5715 42 5716 42 6710 42 6711 42 5715 D ≤ 219 mm ±1. ASTM A524 Seamless carbon steel pipe for atmospheric and lower temperatures. ASTM A334 Seamless and welded carbon and alloy-steel tubes for low-temperature service. ASTM A999 General requirements for alloy and stainless steel pipe. Dimensions. austenitic alloy steel and and stainless steel tubes. Dimensions. ASTM A530 General requirements for specialized carbon and alloy steel pipe.9 mm ±12. T ≤ 20 mm –15 % +12.Seamless steel tubes for pressure equipments for low temperature StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D UNI 4991 Table 1/Page 26 Hot finished: D ≤ 51 mm ±0. 46 .3 mm/m • square cut ends Flat straightened • free from exces. Dimensions.25 mm D = 25–51 mm ±0. STN 42 6710 ČSN 42 6710 Cold drawn seamless tubes with normal tolerances from steel class 11 – 16. ferritic alloy and austenitic alloy steel tubes.5 mm 42 5716 D ≤ 219 mm ±1% min ±0. Dimensions.TDC.25 % Table 6/Page 32 min ±0.5 % Straightness Tube ends Straightened .10 Welded and seamless wrought steel pipe. ASTM A333 Seamless and welded steel pipe for low-temperature service.5 mm 42 6710 ±1% min ±0. Dimensions. ISO 9329-3 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes.5 % (–17. max.4 mm 42 6711 see precision tubes Table 2/Page 28 Dimensions Tolerance T D ≤ 323.5 % T ≤ 3 mm –10 % +15 % T > 3 mm –10 % +12 % ANSI ASME B 36. STN 425716 ČSN 42 5716 Hot formed seamless steel tubes with smaller tolerances. TDC. TDC. UNI 5949 Special unalloyed and alloyed steel seamless tubes with low temperature impact test. STN 42 6711 ČSN 42 6711 Precision seamless steel tubes.

30 max.0.35 max.1.15 .21 0.40 max.0.0.035 0.025 0. bundled with steel strips • other upon agreement • 6+ certificate • colored according to • 7+ customer 42 0010 inspection • tested NDT D < 70 • 9+ special mm – label on bundle arrangement + = group (kind) of test A999 see page 39 for A999 A1016 see page 39 for A 1016 A530 see page 39 for A 1016 Steel grades for pressure tubes for low temperature Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn 11 369 11 419 11 448 11 449 11 503 max.0.60 .82 2.64 min.05 345 410 570 24 440 620 20 220 250 350 450 500 600 28 24 .0.31 .90 0.00 max.040 0.025 0.1.025 0.035 0.15 max.hydrostatic pressure or NDT according to E 213 or E309 • visual • hardness (A334) A333 (A999) SA-333 SA-999 Grade 1 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 7 A334 (A1016) Grade 1 SA-334 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 7 A524 (A530) Grade I and II SA-524 Surface • visually free from surface defects • adequate to production mode Testing Other TDC Certificate Marking Surface protection Packing • without • bundles • upon agreement 300 – 3500 kg.18 .0.15 .25 .40 0.03 265 Al min.18 max.040 0.02 max.10 0.0.035 0.30 max.0.0.37 0.0.0.0.0.1.80 23 20 20 360 480 25 3.0.29 .0.30 max.020 max.0.80 0.1.35 430 LT 503LT Pmax Smax Cr Ni max.0.10 .0.30 .75 0.1.025 0.35 TT St 35N 10Ni14 max.1.0.0. ČSN ASTM A 333 A 334 A 524 DIN 17173 BS 3603 NFA 49-215 0.80 max.40 max.035 0.035 max.19 max.40 .025 0.025 0.20 max.035 0.35 max.0.40 0.20 max.0.020 225 V max.0.2.Steel grade TDC Testing and certificates standards 5949 Name C15 C20 Condition Hot finished • normalized Cold finished • normalized 42 0165 11 369 11 419 11 448 11 449 11 503 Hot finished • normalized Cold finished • normalized • visual • dimensions • tensile test • impact test • flattening • drift expanding • leak tightness • NDT • product analysis Hot finished • normalized Cold finished • normalized Hot finished • normalized Cold finished • normalized • product analysis • tensile test • (grain size) • impact test • flattening.0.035 0.06 0.60 Grade 1 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 1 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 7 max.17 max.00 max.30 max.020 275 Al min.035 0.30 max. • flaring • leak tightness .0.0.0.0.06 0.30 .75 max.57 47 353 400 430 430 490 380 450 415 380 450 415 450 414 3.0.035 0.00 .0.025 0.0.75 30 35 35 30 35 35 35 35 441 490 580 530 630 586 3.0.040 0.035 0.30 max.25 .040 0.3.025 0.00 0.0.19 max.50 max.30 205 240 240 205 240 240 240 240 max.1.0.35 0.37 0.0.035 0.0.020 226 Al min.0.3.0.020 V max.15 max.0.30 max.020 245 430 440 570 590 22 16 235 245 245 410 450 450 510 2.1.0.55 max.15 max.35 0.30 V max.03 215 Al min.0.035 P 215 NL max.0.035 0.15 0.18 .035 0.30 max.0.06 0.29 .1.64 min.30 max.08 P 265 NL max.31 .05 335 340 470 460 640 25 20 3.025 0.35 max.0.15 max.19 max.040 0.0.0.015 355 55 65 60 55 65 60 65 60 35 30 30 35 30 30 30 30 V max.18 .0.20 0.35 0.30 max.82 EN 10216-4 UNI 5949 Al min.40 .10 0.025 0.025 0.0.20 max.15 .035 min.40 max.010 C15 C20 max.0.0.0.17 max.0.40 0.30 max.0.15 max.0.035 0.025 0.1.0.14 max. 0.035 0.020 3.035 22 22 22 Al min.0.0.0.3.20 .75 Al min.0.020 max.0.0.0.0.40 .0.60 .025 0.30 max.3.020 295 Al min.20 max.30 max.08 12Ni14 max.2.020 TU 42BT TU 10N9 TU 10N14 max0.0.0.0.35 0.030 0.0.0.35 0.80 0.20 max.0.0.30 Mo Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.0.0.0.40 max.0.15 max.0.03 .20 0.0.20 0.030 0.40 0. 0.0.32 max.025 0.020 max.025 0.25 .0.30 max.35 0.30 max.30 max.030 0.30 .0.35 max.1.1.0.18 .3.30 max.0.30 Ti max.1.0.60 3.0.13 .025 0.0.0.22 max.80 max.0.0.0.20 max.30 Ti max.0.0.1.80 0.30 max.90 .020 255 275 Al min.06 0.0.30 max.30 max.3.17 max.040 0.025 0.025 0.15 .02 max.0.0.1.

12 mm D = 20–30 mm ±0.20 mm Straightness • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs . Tubes according to 49-243 in quality F2 and F3 (page 37).2.20 mm 0+18% upon agreement • upon agreement • max 18.15 mm D = 38–50 mm ±0.25 mm D > 50 mm ±0. 18. ČSN 42 0165 (page 46) 48 Tube ends D = 5–8 mm 3 mm/m • square cut ends D = 8–10 mm 2 mm/m • free from excesD > 10 m 1.5 mm L = 9–12 0 +6 mm Notes: 1.5 mm/m See page 38 Tolerance class 3: D = 16–38 mm ±0.20 mm T > 2 mm ±10 % 0 + 18 % Table 1/Page 26 Quality F ±0. For low temperatures tubes according to STN.2 mm L ≤ 5 m 0 +5 mm • upon agreement T > 2 mm ±10 % L 5–10 m 0 +10 mm L > 10 m upon agreement (seamless max.25 mm ±9 % min ±0.15 mm D > 38 mm ±0.9 mm: L ≤ 6.15 mm D 38–50 mm ±0.30 mm D = 30–50 mm ±0.3 m • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs Exact lengths: • visually straight L ≤ 5 m 0 +5 mm • upon agreement L 5–10 m 0 +10 mm L > 10 m upon agreement (welded max.3 m) T ≤ 2 mm ±0. Page 44) Exact lengths: • visually straight T ≤ 2 mm ±0.20 mm NF A 49-215 Table 6/Page 32 See page 44 UNI STN ČSN ISO 1129 42 6710 42 6711 Table 6/Page 32 Table 6/Page 32 See page 36 See page 36 GOST 8734 (8732) ASTM ASME A179 SA-179 Table 6/Page 32 Cold finished: D = 5–10 mm ±0.30 mm D > 51 mm –0. 15 m) • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs Exact lengths: D ≤ 88. 4. D > 38 mm 0 +22 % max +12.12 mm T = 1–5 mm ±10 % See page 33 T ≤ 2 mm ±0.15 mm Tolerance class 2: D ≤ 16 mm ±0.5 mm BS 3606 Table 6/Page 32 D ≤ 25 mm ±0. 2.5 mm/m.5 m 0 +5 mm 3 mm/m max 8 mm Exact lengths: L ≤ 6 m 0 +3 mm L = 6–9 0 +4. production method as cold drawn (Tubes for low temperature see EN 10216-4. 44–47).08 mm D > 38 mm ±0.8% + 0. See also standards for heat appliances (pages 34–39.50 mm Tolerance T Lengths See boiler tubes page 34.Tubes for heat exchangers (seamless and welded) StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range SEAMLESS TUBES EN 10216-2 Table 1/Page 26 DIN 28180 (2391-1) Dimensions Tolerance D Table 9/Page 51 Tolerance class 1: D = 16–30 mm ±0.3) upon agreement. 3. Delivery of tubes according to other standards for seamless and welded tubes (EN 10217-2.2 mm T > 2 mm –10 % +15 % • ±10 % Exact lengths: visually straight • upon agreement: L ≤ 6 m 0 +3 mm D ≤ 38 mm 0 +20 % L > 6 m +1.10 mm D = 25–38 mm ±0.2 mm QualityF ±9 % min ±0.50 mm See page 33 Table 7/Page 51 Table 7–9/Page 51 D ≤ 20 mm ±0.30 mm • random • exact 0 +10 mm • Trieda 1 –10 % +8 % • Trieda 2 ±8 % See page 38 G3462 WELDED COLD SIZED TUBES DIN 28181 Table 9/Page 51 Tolerance class 1: D = 16–30 mm ±0.6% Table 7/Page 51 According to ASTM A450 See page 33 JIS G3461 Table 10/Page 52 1060 ASTM A214 A178 A334 NF A 49-243 49-245 T ≤ 1 mm ±0.08 mm (2394-1) D > 38 mm ±0.15 mm Tolerance class 3: D = 16–38 mm ±0. ISO 9330-1.2 mm D = 29–51 mm ±0.40 mm D > 50 mm ±0.15 mm D = 10–30 mm ±0.10 mm D = 20–38 mm ±0.5 % min ±0.5 mm/m sive burrs • beveled for WT over 5 mm 1.8 % D ≤ 29 mm ±0.

5 behind steel Cold finished • normalized A179 Cold finished • normalized G3461 STB340 STB410 STB510 STBA12 Cold finished • normalized 49-245 • product analysis • dimensions • visual • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • hydrostatic test • NDT . ISO 6759 Seamless steel tubes for heat exchangers TEMA Standards .0 St35. B.eddy current Surface protection Packing • test certificate • test result See pages 37 and 45 See page 37 See page 37 Cold finished • normalized number .Steel grade TDC standards Name 10216-2 P235GH 16Mo3 St37. N + T N.0 TTSt35N St37.8 As DIN 1629 page 23 As DIN 17173 page 45 As DIN 17175 page 35 A214 Cold finished Grade A. C • normalized Grade 1 (Calibrated) Grade 6 TS37C N TS42C N TS48C N TS52C N TS15D3 N+T TS34C N TS37C N TS42C N TS48C N See A179 See page 47 See pages 37 and 45 ISO 6758 Welded steel tubes for heat exchangers . number .ultrasonic .8 St42.8 15Mo3 TTSt35N 1629 17175 17173 3606 320 440 243 620 622 Condition 5462 42 0251 550 TU37C TU42C TU48C TU15D3 TU13CD4-04 16Mo5 12 021 12 022 12 025 15 020 15 121 15 128 15 313 1050: 10 20 4543: 10G2 Cold finished • normalized (NBK) N N N.Tubular Exchangers Manufacturers Association 49 Upon agreement . N + T Cold finished • normalized and temper.1 behind steel A179 (A450) SA-179 A214 A178 A334 (A1016) 49-243 Marking See page 23 See page 35 N N N N N+T 1050: 10 1626 17174 17177 Other TDC Certificate See page 45 1060 G3462 Testing See boiler tubes page 35 Cold finished • condition upon steel or agreement 49-215 Testing and certificates Surface • product analysis • dimensions • tensile test • impact test • flattening • drift expanding • hardness • product analysis • hardness • flattening • drift expanding • flanging • NDT according to E309 (HF upon agreement) 10692 • each tube marked according to A 450 and • name and order of the purchaser See page 39 St37.

50 0.30 max.035 0. Part 1: Dimensions.07–0.0.0.15 max.10–0. Steel grade for heat-exchanger tubes Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni max.25 max.040 0.040 0.9 – 76. TDC.03 Sn 0.25 max.22–0.10–0.25 0.0. Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties.30–0.040 0.040 0.015 0.30 0.20 Sn 0.0.12–0.0.040 0.80 0.35 0.0.0.69 max.50–0.035 0.040 0.035 0.65 .70–1.025 2.35 179 207 180 170 320 440 243 620 TU 37c max. ANSI/ASME B 36.25 max.50 0.0.10–0.12–0.75 4543 JIS G3461 G3462 26 24 25 21 23 22 22 18 35 30 35 30 0.00 0.45–0. ASTM A178 Electric resistance welded carbon steel and carbon manganese steel boiler and superheater tubes.040 0.90 0. ČSN 11 368 11 418 12 021 12 022 12 025 15 020 15 121 15 128 ASTM A 161 A 179 A 199 A 335 DIN 1629 17175 BS 3606 UNI 5462 NFA 49-215 GradeC GradeT-1 St 37.25 .020 max.18 max.03 480 480 600 25 25 22 21 21 22 22 V max.0.70 0.20 max.65 0.35 max.40 0. TDC.07–0.0. NFA 49-243 Longitudinally pressure welded tubes D ≤ 168.17–0.35 0.040 0.12–0.0.0.40 TU 15D3 0.02 max. TDC.44–0.35 Al max.030 10 20 10G2 0.30 0.0.0.18 max.025 0. TDC.045 0.60 max.20 0.27–0.0.39 max.70 0.40 min.17–0.0.40 TU 48c max.0.25–0.30 Ti max.03 Sn 0. Dimensions.15–0.40 TU 13CD4-04 0.0.0.15 max.40–1.80 max.70 0.0. TDC.045 0.09 0.80 0.35 350 400 340 410 440 450 440 490 324 379 325 415 – 0.24 0.18 0.30–0.040 0. TDC.35 0.40–0.20 0.040 Grade T4 0.25 220 235 275 265 290 360 410 470 430 440 450 510 570 530 590 22 22 max.80 0.035 Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN. ferritic alloy and austenitic alloy steel tubes.0.35 0.80–1.040 0.65 0. Dimensions.15 0.22 0.1 mmm inclusive.040 0.0.35 0.15–0.80 max.10–0.0 St 35.63 0. 0.040 0.040 0.0.40–0.15–0.37 0.12 .040 0.12–0.03 Sn 0.25 205 245 245 330 410 420 31 25 22 0. DIN 28180 Seamless steel tubes for tubular heat exchangers.50–0.0.60–1.15 0.05–0. JIS G 3462 Alloy steel boiler and heat exchanger tubes.80 0.40 0.50–0.65 0.30–0.30–0.30 0.80 0.30–0.045 0.30–0.040 0.35 235 235 270 350 360 450 0.22 0.35 0.40 .30 .80 0.17 0.0.040 0. ASTM A214 Electric resistance welded carbon steel heat exchanger and condenser tubes.40–0.17–0.10–0.18 0.0.16 245 255 235 255 320 270 295 365 26 30 26 25 max.30–0.035 max.90–1.65 1.0.30–0.05–0.15–2.44 .15–0.14–0.025 0.30–0.25 max.06–0.035 0.60–1. DIN 17175 Seamless steel tubes for elevated temperatures.10M Welded and seamless wrought steel pipe.35–0.040 max. 0.25 max.08 0.80 0.45–0.0.05 0.35 0.0. ASTM A179 Seamless cold drawn low-carbon steel heat exchanger and condenser tubes.60 0.0.25–0.035 0.0.20 0.0.15 max.00 0.25 max.20 0.30 max.0.30 max. TDC.10–0.61 0.65 170 220 25 32 415 415 60 60 30 30 0.12–0.0.05–0.0.80 EN 10216-2 GOST 1050 440 490 470 570 600 600 590 690 47 55 47 60 16Mo5 max.60 0.85 max. TDC.50 0.035 0.37 0.24 0.0.0.45–0.025 0.08–0.0.45–0.80 0.025 0.05–0.25 max.035 0.20 0. GOST 8734 Seamless steel tubes cold deformed.025 1.1.09–0.35 0.18–0.45–0.25 V 0.00 0.80–1. JIS G 3461 Carbon steel boiler and heat exchanger tubes. Dimensions.25 Mo max.44–0.035 0.30 max.040 16Mo3 0.10–0.045 0.020 0.50 0.040 0.0.10–0.025 50 max.40–0.15 0.70–1.20–1.0.35 0.20 0.50 0. ASTM A199 Seamless cold drawn intermediate alloy steel heat exchanger and condenser tubes.10–0.65 195 265 250 180 – 440 450 460 0.0.17–0.0.0. 04 Al max.025 0.0.60 0.1. tolerances. Dimensions.17–0.17 0.0.35–0.70 0.040 0.80 0.0.15–0.0.20 0.025 0.035 0.0.20 max.0.30–0.20 0.0.040 max.10 0. GOST 550 Seamless steel tubes for petroleum processing and petrochemical industry.35–0.30 max.040 0.0.00 .30 0.035 0.35 0.10–0.50 0.40–0.035 0.15 max.18 0.25 max.035 0.0.35 0.30–0.37 0.0.15 P 235 GH max.04 235 Al min.15 max. DIN 2391-1 Seamless precision steel tubes.50–1.25 175 255 295 205 205 340 410 510 380 410 35 25 25 30 30 0.035 0.040 280 360 500 25 450 600 22 max.10–0.44–0. ASTM A450 General requirements for carbon.25 max. Dimensions.050 0. STN 42 6710 ČSN 42 6710 Cold drawn seamless tubes with normal tolerances from steel class 11–16.10–0. STN 42 6711 ČSN 42 6711 Precision seamless steel tubes.65 0.35 1.61–0.30 max.0.21–0.27 TU 42c max.25 max.40 max.40–0.17–0.0.03 Sn 0. NFA 49-215 Seamless tubes for ferritic non alloy and alloy steel heat exchangers.10–0.07–0.035 0.60 0.32 max.1.040 0.0.035 0.0.035 0.035 0.05 .0.35 Al min.045 0.0.050 0.25–0.50 0.40–0.00–1.80 0.65 Grade T11 Grade P12 0. DIN 1629 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements.60 V 0. BS 3606 Steel tubes for heat exchangers.040 0.30 max.18 0.25 0. TDC.10–0.25 0. ASTM A334 Seamless and welded carbon and alloy-steel tubes for low-temperature service. STN 42 0251 ČSN 42 0251 Seamless steel tubes with guaranteed properties at elevated temperatures.0.40–0.045 0. Dimensions.65 290 450 550 22 0.040 0.17–0.035 0.0.25 max.0.20 0.14 0.0.60 0.20 0.72 HRB V 0.50 .8 15Mo3 0.025 0.0.05–0.50–0. materials.40 max.37 STB 340 STB 410 STB 510 STBA 12 STBA 22 max.20 0.035 0.0.35 max.040 0.35 0.25 0.65–1.30 max.16 0.0.15 0.07–0.0.60 0.12 Al max.15 . NFA 49-245 Longitudinally pressure welded tubes of non-alloy and ferritic alloy steel for heat exchangers of diameter 15.10–0.37 0.37 0.List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10216-2 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. TDC.22 0.3 mm of non-alloy and ferritic alloy steel used at elevated temperatures.

780 0.641 5.717 5.57 5.80 2.056 1.340 1.537 3.285 1.804 1.417 3.848 2.876 3.67 .630 0.896 5.998 0.636 2.855 4.114 2.127 1.808 5.095) 12 (.137 1.40 0.409 2.128 5.35 4.562 0.750 7/8 22.351 0.752 0.643 0.2 1.664 0.775 3.670 2.035) [mm] 0.59 0.220) 3.5 5 2.283 lb/ft 0.16 5.055 4.606 3.143 2.451 2.76 4.577 1.625 3/4 19.194 3.312 0.839 8.203) 5 (.236 0.016 5.783 3.000 1 1/4 31.628 7.533 2. 5.351 0.047 3.460 6.581 0.426 1.369 0.882 3.824 1.440 2.525 5.10 1.464 3.203) 5 (.631 4.435 5.104 9 (.159 2.185 6.978 4.253 4.725 0.779 3.148 4.225 1.807 4.388 0.871 10.734 1.192 2.703 0.40 1.19 4.035) [mm] 0.76 2.326 3.614 0.543 0.701 2.973 1.000 2 1/2 63.50 2.579 0.094 8.769 1.607 3.034 1.41 2.351 2.538 4.537 0.888 1.340 1.165) 7 (.912 2.050 3.2 Tube weight [kg/m] 1.709 0.137 3.472 1.634 2.88 .76 4.172 1.519 0.547 6.80 2.622 Cold drawn heat exchanger tubes with medium wall thickness (sizes in inch) Outside diameter [mm] [inch] 1/2 12.198 1.350 1.814 4.650 3.448 1.823 2.807 3.773 0.343 1.38 1.475 0.647 0.472 0.256 0.512 2.109) 11 (.863 2.550 1.250 1 1/2 38.05 3.220) 3.702 0.347 2.225 1.009 4.328 1.502 3.488 0.807 0.327 0.095) 12 (.19 4.290 kg/m 0.70 .027 6.75 3.191 3.242 kg/m 0.377 0.594 0.480 0.807 0.556 1.165) 7 (.722 0.998 1.500 3 76.77 3.536 9.759 4.487 1.497 6.267 kg/m 0.643 0.241 4.933 1.169 1.120) 10 (.438 0.413 2.483 1.456 2.547 5.726 0.158 0.281 3.628 0.964 1.110 1.040 2.05 3.225 3.980 2.365 3.791 0.741 2.060 0.328 0.409 2.875 3.518 0.75 1.597 0.557 0.499 5.983 6.769 1.192 1.556 3.619 1.000 Table 7 Minimum wall thickness BWG (inch) 20 (.1 51 1.810 5.657 0.299 1.873 0.500 2 50.555 0.845 0.487 4.385 2.875 1 25.203 1.046 0.212 1.418 1.500 3 76.696 0.696 2.497 0.180) 6 (.822 1.699 1.250 4.887 0.686 0.047 4.056 1.955 1.232 5.78 2.131 1.375 1.897 0.761 3.891 0.487 0.870 2.071 3.12 0.326 1.037 1.89 lb/ft 0.448 1.317 2.366 1.586 2.974 1.77 4 4.508 6.23 .680 1.767 0.16 5.132 9.6 3.504 3.124 0.924 8.691 0.065) 14 (.600 0.933 2.210 4.128 1.914 2.049) 16 (.500 2 50.717 1.502 6.750 7/8 22.128 1.120) 10 (.20 3.398 lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m 18 (.346 2.141 1.447 0.681 1.120 0.649 0.134) 1.157 2.249 5.316 6.121 2.40 0.006 1.526 2.148 3.702 0.487 0.301 0.521 1.542 1.006 7.471 2.745 0.845 4.759 0.691 4.875 1 25.440 1.423 0.976 5.342 0.547 0.716 0.039 2.6 2 0.500 5/8 15.072 2.27 3.957 1.75 1.036 1.441 0.385 5.801 0.808 1.11 2.321 1.708 0.624 2.000 1 1/4 31.448 1.816 4.935 7.128 1.40 1.134) 1.89 lb/ft 0.56 3.100 3.551 0.360 7.085 2.169 1.965 1.272 3.59 0.586 0.65 2.88 .11 2.090 1.13 1.328 lb/ft 0.494 6.77 3.366 0.612 0.923 1.021 1.184 2.432 0.571 1.412 0.583 0.313 2.881 0.072 1.900 1.575 2.050 3.173 kg/m 0.196 4.05 .690 2.647 0.909 1.539 4.693 5.259 lb/ft 0.812 0.865 0.636 2.064 9.864 0.487 0.683 9 (.000 2 1/2 63.383 2.918 1.349 2.16 5.148) 8 (.816 2.966 1.591 3.542 4.776 0.826 0.952 1.872 0.250 1 1/2 38.277 1.867 7.148) 8 (.947 3.000 Note: Table 8 Medium wall thickness BWG (inch) 20 (.239 0.41 2.439 1.056 3.64 5.464 8.929 4.744 1.65 2.753 4.23 .220 kg/m 0.989 1.05 .830 1.517 3.577 0.568 0.72 2.066 6.902 2.595 0.10 1.967 1.236 1.500 5/8 15.229 4.836 1.083) 13 (.126 6. Cold drawn heat exchanger tubes (sizes in mm) Outside diameter [mm] 16 20 25 30 38 51 (50) 1.102 3.734 Other OD and WT (according SWG) – see table 4.24 1.591 0.44 1.202 1.674 4.521 0.362 3.696 6.588 3.24 1.431 lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m lb/ft kg/m 18 (.353 3.360 lb/ft 0.948 0.302 0.445 0.996 1.595 2.754 1.421 8.180) 6 (.063 2.726 0.740 0.363 2.57 5.881 0.684 1.450 0.410 0.049) 16 (.925 4.930 2.000 2.190 kg/m 0.246 4.045 1.980 7.424 6.840 3.481 4.771 5.891 2.42 Table 9 Wall thickness [mm] 2.083) 13 (.523 0.12 1.587 2.11 2. 6 page 30–31 and tables 18 and 19 on pages 66 and 67.829 0.771 0.854 2.400 0.228 3.70 .625 3/4 19.065) 14 (.720 0.399 0.048 2.20 3.50 2.177 1.913 1.671 3.678 0.256 1.Cold drawn heat exchanger tubes with mminimum wall thickness (sizes in inch) Outside diameter [mm] [inch] 1/2 12.201 2.109) 11 (.022 1.691 4.341 3.

82 101.22 2.43 8.22 1.44 54.1 88.30 12.62 5.90 5.2 34.30 13.57 10.629 0.57 5.7 17.30 13.3 63.87 8.5 4.40 Note: The tube and pipe are hot formed or cold formed (according technical possibilities or agreement).76 6.50 11.56 8.Dimesions and weight of tubes according to standards JIS (Tubes) Outside diameter [mm] 1.564 0.771 0.14 5.10 1.0 6.6 114.3 4.10 4.930 19.02 6.7 48.20 10.435 0.24 1.46 1.1 3.10 16.70 2.30 18.80 16.36 5.27 3.80 2.6 2.50 4.47 9.63 10.30 12.75 8.7 2.70 6.687 0.3 2.17 48.0 9.47 10.59 10.20 14.0 2.6 60.5 4.89 27.0 1.2 1.40 11.57 2.20 11.00 11.08 4.20 2.10 15.60 8.1 101.5 6.90 5.28 2.12 11.31 1.55 7.26 2.21 7.57 3.56 8.61 1.89 5.00 3.89 4.01 2.10 15.62 9.89 2.47 7.31 6.50 7.44 2.93 5.38 10.5 15.65 6.70 9.8 17.10 14.05 2.2 13.44 9.58 3.2 5.1 2.9 6.369 0.83 7.85 6.6 8.27 6.09 3.00 7.74 3.0 3.6 3.50 21.9 12.67 5.5 13.60 .04 4.60 3.20 16.11 9.75 9.5 Tube weight [kg/m] 1.47 4.77 6.0 2.0 70.30 6.58 4.07 57.76 7.00 2.03 34.43 45.42 7.80 11.80 5.73 7.27 3.3 21.27 5.6 2.18 50.10 7.88 4.479 0.40 3.10 8.50 33.74 1.10 5.38 5.74 6.75 10.60 0.9 0.11 8.851 1.2 3.34 1.0 4.2 76.78 9.58 7.14 9.0 4.40 3.36 3.90 4.24 3.6 114.31 1.11 1.10 5.51 9.24 4.63 2.2 14.04 6.14 6.30 2.46 25.5 21.58 1.00 17.58 38.30 3.25 4.69 60.33 4.12 3.50 14.99 3.6 Dimensions and weight of pipes according to standards JIS (Pipes) Nominal diameter [mm] Outside diameter Schedule 40 Thickness Weight Table 11 Nominal wall thickness Schedule 80 Thickness Weight A B [mm] [mm] [kg/m] [mm] [kg/m] 6 8 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 65 80 90 100 1/8 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 3 1/2 4 10.29 1.6 6.90 12.76 4.46 12.96 8.52 2.00 15.43 3.2 1.70 3.90 3.70 22.5 1.00 7.0 2.20 10.82 7.12 7.07 2.3 10.63 7.7 Table 10 Wall thickness [mm] 3.18 5.37 9.8 3.15 0.90 13.65 4.10 5.90 5.10 7.70 3.37 10.90 13.20 13.61 8.5 7.75 2.20 13. 52 Schedule 160 Thickness Weight [mm] [kg/m] 6.0 24.6 82.40 4.87 2.972 31.7 27.50 11.90 12.0 42.01 8.07 8.87 6.838 0.27 7.36 4.67 9.24 5.84 6.93 5.85 4.44 4.75 7.686 0.799 1.73 4.00 0.19 6.76 5.947 1.5 76.72 3.40 13.4 1.0 8.20 5.49 6.0 4.42 42.08 4.05 5.51 4.41 1.0 0.63 5.96 3.64 2.71 7.73 9.8 5.50 16.95 3.40 7.50 5.30 18.15 1.30 18.00 14.01 4.27 8.88 5.27 4.49 4.9 15.10 8.7 65.65 9.0 18.43 2.01 3.51 7.40 8.60 21.27 11.03 8.38 3.37 8.75 1.853 0.20 3.65 5.30 3.05 21.30 11.55 6.6 2.3 89.74 2.3 1.

016–.5 3 3. whereby the heat .006 25°–35° depending on outside diameter upon agreement upon agreement upon agreement upon agreement upon agreement kg/m lb/ft upon agreement Dimensions of tubes with internal riffling Outside diameter [mm] 18 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 72 0.0 3–8 .047 . the advantages of tubes with internal riflings include: • optimum turbulence stage inside heat .250 6–8 0.000 .15 .5 6 6.5 1 1.047–.5 [inch] .5 mm 0.Tubes with internal riffling This type of precision tube is used as boiler or exchanger tubes.3–1. Contrary to the tubes with smooth inside surface. Symbol D T h s ß r a Range Parameter Outside diameter Wall thickness Number of riflings Height of rifling Width of rifling (cross section) Angle of rifling flank Radius of rifling Lead angle of rifling Lead length of rifling (360°) Center-to-center spacing of riflings in the longitudinal direction Top width of rifling (longitudinal section) Top width of span between riflings (longitudinal section) Inside circumference of tube Cross diameter of tube Weight of tube Length of tube [mm] 18–72 1–6. In the table there is a dimensional range.313 30° 0.7 mm 1 mm 53 5. Required parameters are a matter of agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser.5 Table 12 2 Wall thickness [mm] 2. Tubes with internal riflings are furnished according to the given parameters.004–.5 5 0.5 4 Maximum rib height [mm] 4.1–0.5 .60 % • braking action of internal riflings against rigid particle sedimentation in transported medium • a very effective corrosion resistance and a large increase in the service life of the piping.125–.transfer coefficient is increased by 40 .750–3.transfering medium • permanent contact of medium with inside surface tube.

8 59.3 26.5 mm/m + 10 mm to length • random • fixed • exact: L = 2–6 m 0 +10 mm L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm See page 18 List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10224 EN 10255 DIN 2440 DIN 2441 DIN 2442 DIN 2460 NFA 49-115 UNI 6363 UNI 8863 BS 1387 ČSN 425710 ČSN 425711 GOST 3262 ASTM A53 Steel pipes. Steel tubes.25 48.6 75.30 0.5 88.85 10.56 60. ASTM A795 PN-H 74200 JIS G 3452 ISO 65 ISO 559 Screwed and socketed steel tubes. M Type L ±10 % • Type L1. 54 .1 mm (method EW and BW) 10255 DIN Table 13/Page 54 See table 13 (valid for series H and M) For Type L.65 89.11 60.58 42.90 0. Seamless and welded steel tubes for waterworks services. min.65 9. min.65 5.00 0.6 75.5 mm See table 13 Usual accuracy: D ≤ 40 mm –0. steel.2 2.1 mm) min ±0.0 3.25 6.97 1 1/4 32 42.2 59.05 2.21 34.81 76.9 2.01 34.0 4. welded and seamless. (mm) (kg/m) max.6 9.5 % + undetermined Weight ±10 % –15 % Table 2/Page 28 3 mm/m.65 1. heavy-weight suitable for screwing.8 21.3 113.41 27.05 4.3 3.60 0. joints and fittings for the conveyance of aqueous liqiuds including potable water.1 5.81 89.7 3.4 87.3 60.22 21.35 1.9 2.1 76.10 4 100 114. (mm) (kg/m) 1/8 6 10.2 33.0 13.4 42.2 3.17 2 1/2 65 76.3 4. Dimensions.5 16.6 2.84 1 1/2 40 48.5 2. Water and gas supply steel pipes.9 26.9 4.5 % Welded • series H. Medium.4 47.6 47.00 115.02 1/2 15 21.4 2.3 3.50 12.90 4.3 48.0 113. Tubes for screwing Tubes for water and sewage Dimensions of pipe suitable for threading Table 13 Light series II Light series I Medium series – M Heavy series – H Nominal Size outside Outside diameter Wall Weight Outside diameter Wall Weight Outside diameter Wall Weight Outside diameter Wall Weight diameter (mm) thickness (mm) thickness (mm) thickness (mm) thickness Nominal DN (mm) max.26 48.765 3/8 10 17.1 26.0 2.2 17. min.6 3.05 3.45 3/4 20 26.25 2.9 26.9 3. TDC.8 2.0 113. Steel tubes for gas list threading.8 mm See table 13 –12.839 17.3 4. TDC.6 41.2 2.7 2.Pipes suitable for welding and threading StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D 10224 Table 1/Page 26 ±1 % EN min ±0.487 1/4 8 13. Hot finished seamless tubes suitable for threading. black and hot-dipped.2 33.7 2.0 4.90 1 25 33.7 4.65 2.41 27.1 4.0/+0.84 42.2 mm.0 3.2 3. Pipe.10 115.90 3.ČSN 425710 Steel tubes suitable for threading.9 42. 3/8 are delivered as cold drawn also in medium (M) and heavy (H) series. Heavy.43 2 50 60. min.9 88. zinc-coated. L1.5 16.50 6.14 42.0 13.2% L Tube ends • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • beveled for T ≥ 3.9 3.05 8.25 3.5 % (D ≤ 219.0 75. min ± 0.6 9.5/+0.7 59. (mm) (kg/m) max.05 11. Steel tubes for waterworks services.65 7. Carbon steel pipes for ordinary piping.40 Note: Dimensions 1/8.25 1. medium-weight suitable for screwing.8 47.7 87.5 88.25 3.90 2.7 21.61 48.35 1.9 3. (mm) (kg/m) max.10 21.0 2.8 33.90 3 80 88.0 4.7 33.25 4.65 1.4 2.4 mm is valid for welded pipe too (method EW and BW) Lengths • random • fixed • exact: L = 2–6 m 0 +10 mm L = 6–12 m 0 +15 mm L > 12 m 0 + upon agreement Seamless ±12.4 mm D > 40 mm –1.8 21.404 10.7 41.5 % + delimted by weight Weight ±10 % 2442 2460 BS 1387 NF A UNI 49-115 (49-145) 8863 6363 STN ČSN 42 5710 42 5711 GOST 3262 PN-H 74220 ASTM ASME 74200 A53 SA-53 A795 –8 % (light series) –10 % (medium and heavy series) ± 1%. Black and hot-dipped zinc-coated (galvanized) welded and seamless steel pipe for fire protection use.2 2.0 4.9 113.25 1. max 20 mm • random • exact: +5 mm to section max + 100 mm D ≤ 20 mm 2 mm/m • random • exact: + 5 mm to section D > 20 mm 1. Seamless non-alloy steel tubes suitable for threading in accordance with UNI ISO 7/1.3 21.8 2. Steel tubes suitable for threading.90 2.1 60.25 5.8 2.89 114.47 89. L2 –8 % Straightness Alloved deviation max 0.641 14.35 1.51 76.8 47.3 75.2 10.5 3.0 3.90 1. Steel tubes.8 59.2 2.50 7.5 % + undetermined Weight ±10 % –12.9 113.58 27.30 0.8 2.90 3.5 14.44 34.0 33.9 42. 1/4. unless otherwise ordered • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • plain ends (no threaded) Visually straight –12.25 5.40 14. L2 see standard 2440 2441 Dimensions Tolerance T ±12.80 76. Threaded tubes made to quality specifications.5 mm is valid for welded pipe too at D = 219.3 26.65 2. Non-alloy steel tubes suitable for welding or threading.5 % Weight ±10% –12.65 6.

17 max.0.25 max. ČSN ASTM A 53* A 795 DIN 2440 1629 BS 1387 UNI 8863 NFA 49-115 EN 10224 10255 GOST 380 1050 PN-H 84023/7 11 353 max. value 4.035 0.0. Fe510 Hot finished 11 353 • as rolled Cold finished 1050: 10 • normalized (for small diameters) 74220 (84023/7) Other TDC Certificate 10204 • non-specific 2.65 0.16 .number • symbol S Alt.040 0.040 0.40 St0 10 max.80 max.17 Fe 330 0.0.15 0. – colour strip • heavy series – red • medium series – blue • type L – green • type L1 – white • type L2 – brown • leak tightness .17 max.045 0.0.17 .1 (2.75 0. Pipes according PN-H 74200 and JIS G 3452 from steel SGP according agreement.35 0.press.37 0.20 max.0.95 max.1.14 0.045 0. Cu.040 235 350 480 25 max.040 0.press. pressure .00%.035 235 0.0.2 0.0. L1.0.23 0. 55 18 500 570 650 520 25 21 21 20 31 .035 0.1 • agreement See page 25 • leak tightness .40 0.050 0.0.0. – label to the bundle 10204 Label to the bundle non-specific 2.040 210 330 520 22 0.35 max.15 0.40 0.035 0.35 . Steel grade of pipe for threading Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.0.0.0.12 .0.30 St 33-2 St 37.0 St52.0.65 R35 R45 0.40 0. .20 max. Ni.040 0. In EN standards is wall thickness round down to one decimal number.40 V 0.3 mm) Producer's mark Mill certificate Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized (for small diameters) 74 200 A53 Surface protection Packing Upon agreement • producer • steel grade • standard Fe330 Fe360 Fe410. Water Trasportation and House Instalation) Steel grade TDC Testing and certificates standards 10224 Name L235 L275 L355 Condition Hot finished • as rolled 10255 S 195T 2440 2441 DIN 17100 St33-2 Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized (for small diameters) 1629 1629 St37.0.1 Data: •producer • series H.060 0.hydrost.21 max.3 mm) R35 R45 10692 12X.040 0.18 GradeA GradeB Grade A Grade B 0.22 max.1. L2 50049 • symbol S 2. V shall not exceed 1.08 205 240 340 30 35 440 330 415 25 48 60 0.NDT • visual • tensile test • flattening (D > 60.1.-NDT • visual • tensile test • flattening (D > 60.040 0.1.0.0.-NDT • visual • tensile test • bend test • flattening (D > 60.050 0.20 0.030 235 275 355 195 360 430 500 320 205 330 TU 34-1 L 235 L 275 L 355 S 195T 0.050 max.07 .NDT Test result • visual certificate • tensile test • flattening (D > 60.12 .25 0.2) Alt. Mo.0.0.1.35 0.035 0. 12AL Grade A Grade B See page 19 A795 Notes: Documents for products delivered according to EN 10 224 and EN 10 255 are marked with a mandatory conformity mark (symbol) CE.050 185 320 0.0 St37. Dimensions with wall thickness of types L.15 0.35 max.20 max.60 max.press.040 max. M or type L.040 0.3 mm) See page 23 Marking • producer • standard • steel • testing.2 • specific 3.35 max.040 0.040 0.85 to 5.1.20 0.-NDT • visual • dimensions • leak tightness-hydrost.0.40 0.0.0.050 0. L1.40 .045 195 320 460 20 max.0 ma.0.20 max.0.040 0.press.16 0.22 0.3 mm) • leak tightness-hydrost. L2 upon agreement (cold drawn and normalized – in EN 10255).0.045 0.0 1387 1387 49-115 (49-145) 8863 6363 42 0250 3262 TU34-1 Surface Testing • visually errorless • cast analysis • adequate to • tensile test production mode • flattening • leak tightness-hydrost.040 * The total composition for elements Cr.60 .08 V 0.0.07 .30 max.40 0.hydrost.95 1.(Fluid-.

040 0.86 • (DRL) – nom.060 0. 0.40 max.030 0.40 +1.020 0.40 max.5 +0.22 max.030 0.18 max.6 mm Class r1 (6 –11 m): • deviation max 0.72 Visually straight.0.024 in) T ≥ 4mm (0.157 in)≤ 25mm (0.035 0.035 0.5 +0.30 0.0.0.0.55 min.0.21 max.375 in) –0.0.10/0.040 0.16 max. Steel designation according to EN: see page 58 Steel grade for line pipe Standards Chemical composition [%] Steel grade C Grade A Grade B Grade X42 Gr.45 max.5 mm 2448 • random Flexion max 2 mm/m • square cut ends average 6 m (3–8 m) • free from excessive average 8 m (4–11 m) burrs average 11 m (5.040 0.5 m: 2.67 – 13.040 0.45 max.21 max.45 max.030 0.22 max.90 max.0.1.15/0.1.7 StE 360.045 0.0.7 StE 240. 40 ft (12 m) ft: 14.150T Pipe wieght .1.030 0.05/0. ISO 3183-1 ISO 3183-2 UNI 7088 Steel tubes for line pipe. average 8 m • locally 4 mm/m • free from excessive Class r2 (9–14 m): burrs min 6 m.31 St 37.2% L • square cut ends T = 4–25 mm –12.10 max.0.1.3 mm (2.40 max.Plain gas tubes for high pressure.020 +0.33 – 6.1.0 – 45.0.625in) ±0.70–1.030 0.1/16” (1.22 – – – – – – – 0.0.04 290–440 V/Ti max.Line pipe Dimensions StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D Table 1/Page 26 Tubes: EN 10208-1 (Type S) ±0.0.045 0. max ±1.2 mm.20 max.45 max.040 0.5 % (D > 60 mm) (Part 2) 10208-2 Tolerance T Lengths Straightness Tube ends T < 4 mm –0.0.030 0.7 StE 290. Steel gas pipelines .27 – 10.0 StE 210. Steel tubes for line pipe.0. Steel pipes for pipelines for the transport of combustible fluides and gases. unless of pipe and upon agreement) otherwise ordered • deviation max.40 max. Part 2: Pipes of requirement class B.45 max.1.40 mm (-0.0.035 235 210 240 290 320 360 350 320 370 420 460 510 480 440 490 540 580 630 25 26 24 23 21 20 max.375 .pressure up to 16 bar.5 mm Ovality 2% (D > 60 mm) Tube ends: upon agreement ±0. EN 10 208-2 Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids.060 0.20 max.29 max.1.040 0.25 max.45 max.0.020 335 370 415 415 460 415 415 460 520 475 510 555 555 620 25 23 22 21 20 22 21 20 18 Al Al Al Al Al 210 235 245 290 360 245–440 V/Ti max.6.030 0.04 415–565 56 0. TDC.6 mm Ovality 1.025 0.22 max.040 0.015–0.20 max.045 0.030 207 241 289 317 max.0.60 0. Plain end seamless steel tubes.40 max.0. 20 ft (6 m) min – midle – max ft: 9.5 – 22.2 mm. Steel gas pipelines .90 max.020D / 0.40 max.0.tube / tube end 0.5–14 m) • beveled according • fixed (±500 mm) agreement • exact Weight –8% +10% UNI 7088 –12.5 % +10 % DIN 2448 See page 22 D ≤ 130 mm ±10 % D > 130 mm ±12.020 0. X46.5 % +15 % min 4 m.0.50–1.pressure exceeding 16 bar.025 0.1.75 % min ±0.0.030 0. Part 1: Pipes of requirement class A.125T +0.7 StE 320.15 max.17 max.27 max.22 max.6 mm) • beveled for T ≥ 3.984in) – 0.0.025 0.90–1.0.80 +0.0.0.40 0.0.030 0.025 0.0 m: 4.060 0.5 % + non-specific See table in standard Weight ±10 % API ISO ASME 5L 3183 B36.020 0. 0. X52 max.1. Unalloyed steel seamless tubes .60mm Ovality . EN 10 208-1 Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids.5 % D ≤ 200 mm ±1 % min ±0.10 0. Dimensions. average 11 m • beveled for (in dependance on diameter T ≥ 3.3 mm(2.60 max.3≤168.0.031 + 0.3.157 in) –0.22 Fe 35-1 Fe 45-1 Fe 320 L 210 GA L 235 GA L 245 GA L 290 GA L 360 GA L 245 NB L 290 NB L 360 NB L 415 NB Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 Cu Other min MPa min min max min min ksi MPa MPa ksi % API 5L DIN 1629 17172 UNI 7088 7287 EN 10208-1 10208-2 max.0.35 0.7 max. Part 2.35 min.0 – 17.1.030 0.74 – 5.20 max.030 0.030 0.015 D Seamless pipes: T ≤ 4mm (0.016in) D≥60. Class B.0.030 0.0075 D Tube ends –0.015–0.035 0.1.060 30 35 42 46 331 413 413 434 48 60 60 63 .50 % min ±0.40 max. 1 mm (D ≤ 220 mm) Weight -3.0.0. Part 1.04 360–510 V/Ti max.17 max.0.5 mm.0.50 0.20 max.0.16 max.060 240 260 350 450 320 450 550 530 25 21 15 max.0 – 35.0. Class A.15 max.015–0. Steel tubes for waterworks services.030 0.045 0.0.035 0.030 0.2% L • free from excessive burrs • deviation for D≥ 23/8” max.17 max.0.55 max. TDC.45 max.060 0.030 0.5% +10% In dependance on diameter • (SRL) – nom. • square cut ends max flexion 0.015–0. unless otherwise ordered List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards (Product specification PSL1 according to API) API 5L DIN 2448 DIN 2460 DIN 2470-1 DIN 2470-2 DIN 17172 Specification for line pipe.0.0.6 mm (–0.015–0.0.030 0.17 max.10M Table 14/Page 57 D < 60.060 0.

79 0...57 0.140 3. .88 7.172 4.500 114.0 0.12 9.63 7. ..4 0. Wall thickness [inch] [mm] 0.02 9.69 13. STD .191 4.3 1.. .27 3...337 8.52 0.531 13.188 4.1 0.43 0.7 7088 Fe35-1 Fe45-1 5L Hot finished • as rolled Cold finished • normalized GradeA Hot finished GradeB see page 113 GradeX42 Cold finished Grade X46 • normalized Grade X52 Grade X60 see page 113 Testing and certificates Dimensions of pipe line according to API 5L NSD SD 0.8 5.51 0.281 7..C • treatment (API) • cast analysis 50049: • test pressure (API) • tensile test 3..46 9.840 (1/2) 1.1.2 4.21 0.4 1.7 StE360.1 3.315 (1) 1..97 20. From diameter 60.5 0..3 mm designation of tube scale Size and outside diameter D is equal.500 88.10 0.0 4.109 2.2/serie 3 D ≤ 48.66 11.36 0.6 0.51 6.12 13. STD .9 3.page 23 2470-2/17172 StE210.0 Hot finished • normalising formed (N) • normalized (N) Cold finished • normalized see DIN 1629 .900 (11/2) 2 3/8 (2) 2 7/8 (21/2) 31/2 (3) Outside diameter [inch] [mm] 0.125 3.113 2..36 17.55 7. .900) production mode • tensile test – information at tube: • technological tests See also • paint stencil • hydrostatic test* page 10 • die stamping • visual Data: • dimensions • manufacturer • NDT* (p. . See also table 2 page 28 and note 3 at page 113.97 7. .80 16. 59) • specification EN 10246-7 U3/C (U2/C) • compatible standards (EN 10246-5 F3 (F2)) • dimension • impact test • steel (grade and class) • tube weight 50049: • PSL (API) 3..318 8.. From 2000 in the range 10. .172 4.. .237 6. 1/4 .4 0.0 5.900 48.99 10.281 7.96 11.216 5...07 0.0 0..00 4. XS ..050 (3/4) 1.7 StE240. .1 0.188 4.37 NSD SD 31/2 (3) Outside diameter [inch] [mm] 3.4 0.32 10.9 Schedule STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS STD XS STD .1. 57 .1 label with information • adequate to • cast analysis • 3.172 4.3 0.51 0. STD .126 3.200 5.405 (1/8) 0.2 0.19 0.57 0..438 11. STD . .095 2.66 5. .3 2.4 0.156 4.9 4 (31/2) 4.218 5. .188 4.40 8.7 0. Pipe with WT of STD and XS are also designed for threading.16 0..44 0.B • process (S or E or F) 3.900) • visually free from Part 1: Option: surface defects Part 2: Specific: • 3..147 3.43 0.29 9.74 1.088 2.219 5.4 0.67 18..26 15.188 4.68 7.4 5.43 0...24 10.7 StE415.7 1.31 0.73 15...7 StE290.1 0.188 4.53 6.57 0.500 88..250 6.154 3.02 11. 3/8 are delivered as cold drawn.250 6.172 4.8 0.84 0.C Supplementary • visual requirements (API): • dimensions • color identification • NDT upon agreement API licensees: • cast analysis • APImonogram • tensile test • date • impact test • length • hydrostatic pressure • visual • dimensions • NDT upon agreement • cast analysis API 5L • tensile test • impact test • flattening • hydrotest...48 2.540 13.42 0..8 4.1 6.62 0...276 7. XS .250 6.315 33.66 9.31 0.068 1..3 Schedule ..0 0.3 mm (1..40 6.203 5.17 16.091 2.80 8. ..840 21. .32 13.96 9.3 2.9 0.3 0.72 4.55 12.250 6.68 2..06 7..6 2. Table is valid for tubes for threading and plain end tubes.02 11.540 (1/4) 0..92 8.405 10.0 0.17 3.53 33.660 (11/4) 1.Steel grade TDC standards 10208-1 Name L210GA L235GA L245GA L290GA L360GA Condition Hot finished • as rolled • normalising formed • normalized Cold finished • normalized 10208-2 L245NB L290NB L360NB L415NB 2470-1/1629 St37.4 0.25 22.03 12..8 0.156 4.02 28.7 1.8 0. 59) • dimensions • visual • compliance NACE MR0175 Table 14 Surface protection Packing Upon agreement: • temporary • permanent NSD – Nominal Size Designation Wall thickness Weight [inch] [mm] [lbs/ft] [kg/m] 0.2 5.4 1.43 0.2 0.0 3.5 6. Other TDC Surface Testing Certificate Marking 10204 2..67 12. XS . .6 0.77 13.58 8.04 10.1.4 4.1.6 0..226 5.4 0.4 7.1. .5 Weight [lbs/ft] [kg/m] 6.250 6.660 42.7 0.05 6.43 0.A • inspector’s mark (EN) • hydrostatic pressure 3.312 7.6 4 1/2 (4) 4.07 0. XS ..375 60.01 10.48 10.95 7..7 0..6 2.5 5.172 4.0 7.179 4..4 4.41 9.39 0.7 2.156 4. .154 3.156 4.02 10.281 7.9 1. .14 9. ..875 73..3 mm are valid values of the designation of Size and D without brackets below the line.281 7.68 8.56 Notes: Dimensions 1/8 .000 101.1 0.3–48..24 0.300 7...51 0..63 5.54 0..69 0. ..61 0.09 1.67 14.2 0..00 22.81 0.42 19.58 11..7 StE320..6 5..3 mm (1..17 6.675 (3/8) 0.70 0.. XS .141 3.119 3.216 5..9 3.02 15.31 8. Values in brackets were valid until 1995.07 0.13 1.85 1. • NDT (p.8 0.03 7.9 1.67 11..675 17.133 3.145 3.203 5.2 1.050 26.28 0.76 0.2 D > 48.24 6.1 0.B • certificate (EN) • impact test 3.02 15.1 0.52 18.

Packaging Pipes are packed in round bundles with weight 1000–3500 kg.62–10. Straightness Tubes are visually straight.1. Part 1: Pipes of requirement class B) L 415NB.75 m (28–32 ft) Group 3: 11. eventually additional agreed tests.7 StE 385. L 415QB.7 EN 10208-1 L 210GA L 235GA L 245GA L 290GA L360GA 10208-2 L 245NB L 290NB L 360NB L 415NB L 450NB L 485NB L 555NB API 5L A B X42 X52 Steel designation according to EN: • EN 10208-1 (Steel pipes for pipelines for combustile fluids.7 StE 360. Testing Tubes are tested according to requirements of standard API 5CT. Certified test report API 5CT DIN 50049 – 3.64 m (34–48 ft) Pipe and bundle marking • stamp marking • stencil marking (Ink Jet) • colour bands Bundles are marked with one or more metal tags with required information.7 StE 445. EN and API 5L DIN 1629 (St 33) St 37. List of standards for casing and tubing Standard Dimensional standard API API 5CT Dimensions TDC Steel grade Table15/Page 59 API 5CT H40. K55.62 m (16–25 ft) Group 2: 7.1 Informative steel comparison according to DIN.0 St 52.80 m (38–42 ft) Tube lengths Casing Group 1: 4.10–7.36 m (25–34 ft) Group 3: 10. Upon request the tube ends could be plugged with plastic caps. Part 1: Pipes of requirement class A) L – steel for pipeline 210 – minimum yield strength in N/mm2 GA – pipes of requirement class A • EN 10208-2 (Steel pipes for pipelines for combustile fluids.36–14.58–12. N80 Dimensional standard and technickal delivery condition standard API 5CT Specification for casing and tubing Dimensions a tolerances Dimensions are given in Table 15. Tube lengths (Tubing) Group 1: 6.7 StE 320.7 StE 240. Steel grade Steel grades are given in survey table. Surface protection The pipes are supplied either uncoated or with manufacturer’s standard mill coating.53–9. Each bundle is bounded with 4 steel strips.0 (St 37. Final supply conditions and surface condition Hot finished tubes are not heat treated.B EN 10204 – 3.88–7.0) St 44.Casing and tubing (upon agreement) The tubes are used in oil and gas industry. L 415MB N – normalised or normalising formed Q – quenched M – thermomechanically formed B – pipes of requirement class B A B X42 X46 X52 X56 X60 X65 X70 X80 58 .7 StE 290.7 StE 480. Tubes are delivered mainly as hot rolled. Surface of tubes corresponded to the method of tube manufacturing. Tube ends Plain tube ends without threading and flanges.7 StE 415.0 17172 StE 210. J55.32 m (20–24 ft) Group 2: 8.

4 mm).65 1.09 0.27 18.00 2.00 22.57 11.49 6.145 3.271 15.08 4.44 15.030 276 379 379 552 40 55 55 80 Tubing is delivered according of requirements PSL 1. Dimensions in brackets are from edition API 5CT – 2005.24 11.83 6.50 0.57 9.30) 10.24 15.25 15.37 2.375 60.32 Notes: Tubes of OD 2.254 10.70 0.57 15.289 9.32) 2 7/8 2.7 mm) upon agreement.27 3.90 5.56 15.20 0.125 2.30 0.17 7. Note to page 57: *HT – mandatory test for all pipes.900 48.57 19.39 4.19 2.190 5.3 (60.262 13.5 % +6.80 0.200 4.38 6.67) 33.05 5.19 0.167 4.660 1.90) 4 4.315 1.00 16.60 0.68 2.14 0.76 13.24 3.500 114.154 1.660 1. 5 inch (127 mm) and 5 1/2 inch (139.9 (88.276 8.77 1.74 6.41 14.03 0.86 6.68 2.46 3.18 3.36 16. in EN 10208-1 is possibility to replace of HT with NDT NDT – mandatory at EN 10208-2 and API 5L – PSL 2.030 0.41 12.380 [mm] 26.60 0.80 0.315 1.875 73.91 13.063 in (52.290 7.0 (73.76 6.35 11.030 0.45 7.00 0.3 9.3 (114.224 5.24 4.94 4.58 8.72 3.050 1.51 7.030 0.5 % Tolerance Steel grade of Casing and tubing (Group 1 and Type 1 according API 5CT) Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn – – – – – – – – – Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % API 5CT Grade H40 Grade J55 Grade K55 Grade N80 0.44 5.54 4.250 6.40 0.81 9.34 5.050 1.29 13.56 9.02 CASING (WITHOUT THREADING) 4 1/2 4.6 (101.254 6.113 1. Tolerance of dimensions: D < 4 1/2 inch = ±0.17 2.06 3.79 mm (±0.48 0.030 0.20 0.82 5.179 2.61 8.3 (48.205 (114.41 5.05 2.030 0.38 4.13 1.40) 42.Dimensions of oil tubes Table 15 Size Outside diameter [inch] 1. 59 414 517 655 689 60 75 95 100 .030 0.32 24.140 3.7 (26.65 0.21 9.125 2.12 14.217 7.00 0.330 12.02) 3 1/2 3.68 5.50 3.17 11.031 inch) D ≥ 4 1/2 inch = –0.030 0.48 1.26) 2 3/8 2.92 9.45 7.20 0.308 7.95 12.88 8.50 0.45 5.23 22.900 1.4 (33.337 8.50 0.60 0.70 0.5 % (+ limited by weight) weight (1 tube) = –3.05 19.85 3.60 0.37 13.12 10.75 0.63 3.60) 4 1/2 4.226 10.30) Wall thickness Weight [inch] PLAIN END TUBES 1.87 3.000 101.40 0.55 3.65 8.69 10.16) Weight [lbs/ft] [kg/m] [mm] 2.337 17.216 9.50 0. Level PSL 2 and PSL 3 (Annex H of API 5 CT) according agreement.5 % +1.67 8.2 (42.133 2.20 0.91 3.191 2.500 114.0 % D T = –12. At PSL 1 according agreement only.10 0.18 3.56 4.01 7.70 0.500 88.47 12.

0015 L • plain ends 0 +upon agreement ReH > 500 MPa • possibility – tol. outside valagreement • local deviation max ues in table (cut3mm/m ting method) Value for exact lengths: D≤15 mm upon agreement • specified end L ≤ 0. Part 1: Seamless cold drawn tubes.TDC.D. Part 1: General requirements. mechanical and general engineering purposes. DIN 2391 Seamless precision steel tubes.002 L O.1 mm Table 20/Page 68 shown in table) (Applied for ordering by: (Other dimensions • other tolerances upon agreement • OD x T upon agreement) • possibility to shift tolerance • ID x T) • by heat treated tubes increasing of tolerance range • ovality included in D tolerances • eccentricity included in T tolerances DIN 2391-1 See notes at page 62 Lengths Straightness Tube ends • random 3–7 (9) m D > 15 mm • square cut ends • fixed with tolerance ±500 • total deviation: • free from excessive mm ReH < 500 MPa burrs • exact with tolerance 0. BS 6323 Seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile. Part 4: Specific requirements for cold finished seamless steel tubes.usual tolerances B . of • max length 18 m – upon 0. 60 .12 mm See dimensional tables ±10 % (Inside diameter tolerance is also min ±0. Part 2: TDC. ISO 3304 Plain end seamless precision steel tubes . Part 1: Dimensions. NFA 49-310 Seamless precision tubes for mechanical application.reduced tolerances C .1 mm shown in table) (Applied for ordering by: • other tolerances upon agreement • OD x T • possibility to shift tolerance • ID x T) • by heat treated tubes increasing of tolerance range • ovality included in D tolerances • eccentricity included in T tolerances List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards EN 10305-1 Steel tubes for precision applications. UNI 7945 Plain end seamless precision steel tubes.cylinder tubes D .Precision cold drawn seamless standard steel tubes StanDimensions Dimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D Tolerance T See dimensional tables EN 10305-1 Table 16/Page 64 ±10 % Table 17/Page 65 (Inside diameter tolerance is also min ±0.5 m 0 +2 mm finishing L = 0.special requirements D ≤ 5 mm ±20 % D = 5–8 mm ±15 % D > 8 mm ±10 % min ±0.5–2 m 0 +3 mm • D > 15 mm 0.25% L L = 2–5 m 0 +5 mm • locally 3 mm/m L = 5–7 (8) m 0 +10 mm L ≥ 7 (8) m agreement (0 +15 mm) Value in brackets valid for NF A BS 6323/4 NF A 49-310 49-312 UNI 7945 Quality range: A .

22%. E315.upon agreement Test results • tensile test • flattening* • drift expanding* • dimensions • visual • other tests .1. + N – normalized or normalising formed • steels for machine parts – steels for working without next heat treatment non-alloy steel E 235.B • 3.1.2 specific • 3.2 Specific: • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions • visual • optional . E275. E355K2 K2 – minimum average absorbed energy 40J (K) at a test temperature of –20 °C – steels for heat and chemical-heat treatment of parts after working steel C22E C – steel with C content 0.2 Upon agreement letter agreement 3.upon agreement (including NDT) Grade A of quality Grade C of quality • dimensions • visual • tensile test • flattening* • drift expanding* • optional .Steel grade TDC standards 10305-1 (Other TDC upon agreement) 2391-2 (Other TDC upon agreement) 6323/ 1. E – assigantion on controlled mean of S and P steel 38Mn6 guaranteed mean C content and guaranteed Mn content 61 Other TDC Certificate Marking Surface protection 10204: Label with data on bundle Termporary upon 2.upon agreement (including NDT) 3. E355 condition +AR or +N – steels with specified impact properties (fine grain) E275K2.20% guaranteed content of Mn and V + AR – heat treatment not applied.upon agreement Non-specific 49-001 non-specific • 2.4 49-310 49-312 7945 Note: Name Condition Surface Cold finished Outside and inside E215 Symbol for steel condition: surface smooth E235 +C Roughness ≤ 4 µm E355 + LC Tubes in condition (Other steel + SR +C and +LC with upon agree+A layers of lubricant ment) +N and lubricant carrier (See page 63) Cold finished St35 Symbol for steel condition: St45 BK St52 BKW (Other steel BKS upon agreeGBK ment) NBK Cold finished Symbol for steel condition: BK BKW GBK NBK Symbol for steel condition: BK BKW BK + S GBK S 470M NBK S 450MG2 Cold finished Fe280 Symbol for steel condition: Fe320 BK Fe360 BKW Fe410 GBK Fe490 NBK CFS 3 CFS 4 CFS 5 CFS 6 CFS 7 CFS 8 TU37b TU52b TU20MV6 Testing and certificates Testing Non-specific Specific: • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions • visual • optional .1 * technological test for heat-treated tubes only Designation of steels for precision tubes according to EN: • machining steel tubes: – steel E355 + AR.upon agreement • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • leak tightness . + N – normalized or normalising formed – steel 20MnV6 steel designated by chemical composition – guaranteed mean C content 0.B by specific testing Packing Bundle with section: • round • hexagonal Max weight 2000 kg .1 spraying on tube: • producer • dimension See also • standard page 10 • steel grade • cast • test style 50049/2. E 355 + N E – steel for machine part 355 – minimum yield strenght + AR – heat treatment not applied.C 10204/2.1.2 • identification number 3.

20 mm D = 50–200 mm ±0. 62 . Dimensions. T > 1 mm ±10 % L > 3 m 0 +10 mm T ≤ 1 mm ±0. STN 42 6712 ČSN 42 6712 Precision seamless steel tubes with increased accuracy. but they are usually a part of dimensional tables. 3.5 % T > 5 mm ±6 % ±10 % min ±0. Precision tubes can be delivered also upon bilaterally agreed TDC and technical specifications.05 mm T = 0. Values in Table 16 are taken from EN 10305-1.8 mm ±0. 4. GOST 12132 Electrowelded and seamless steel tubes for automotive and bicycle industries.1 mm (Applied for ordering by: • OD x T • ID x T) • fixed with tolerance ±500 • total deviation: mm ReH < 500 MPa • exact with tolerance 0 0.12 mm T = 1–5 mm ±10 % T > 5 mm ±8 % Flexion max 1. T = 1–3 mm –10% • exact with tolerance 0 Precise straightened +12% + upon agreement 1. 27.20 mm Table 17/Page 65 D = 30–50 mm ±0.+1 • plain ends D > 10 mm.30 mm D = 30–50 mm ±0. ID x T (ID = inside diameter).20 mm behind RN) D > 10 mm.5 mm/m .upon (second number D ≤ 10 mm ±0.4 mm D > 50 mm ±0. GOST 8734 Seamless steel tubes cold deformed.8–5 mm ±7.2–0. TDC.30 mm Table 20/Page 68 D = 50–200 mm ±0.5 mm/m D = 5–108 mm T = 0. STN 42 6711 ČSN 42 6711 Precision seamless steel tubes. PN-H 74220 Seamless steel cold drawn or rolled tubes for general purposes. STN 42 6710 ČSN 42 6710 Cold drawn seamless tubes with normal tolerances.Precision cold drawn seamless standard steel tubes StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range Tolerance D STN (42 6710) Delivery upon agreement ČSN 42 6711 Table 16/Page 64 D ≤ 30 mm ±0.10 mm agreement L ≤ 3 m 0 +5 mm D > 10 mm.15 mm D = 40–50 mm ±0. PN-H 74240 Seamless cold drawn precision steel tubes.0015 L + upon agreement ReH > 500 MPa • max length 18 m . 2. T ≤ 1 mm ±0. Tolerances of outside or inside diameter are not given like % of diameter as with rolled tubes. D x T. 5.5 % (From ID = 18 mm possible to order by ID) GOST 8734 D = 5–10 mm ±0.20 mm D > 10 mm. Exact tolerance values of tubes according to other standards are given in appropriete standards. GOST 21729 Cold deformed and hot deformed structural carbon and alloyed steel tubes.upon 0. Dimensions.10 of standard See dimensional tables PN-H 74240 (Inside diameter tolerance is also (74220) shown in table) • other tolerances upon agreement • possibility to shift tolerance • by heat treated tubes increasing of tolerance range • ovality included in D tolerances • eccentricity included in T tolerances ASTM JIS Dimensions Tolerance T Lengths Straightness Tube ends • square cut ends see page 36 • random 3–7 (9) m D ≤ 15 mm • free from excesD ≤ 10 mm ±0.002 L agreement • local deviation max 3 mm/m See page 18 See page 18 A519 G3445 Notes: 1.15 mm D = 10–30 mm ±0.+2 D > 10 mm. T ≤ 1 mm ±0. The tolerances are valid for these two ordered values. Tubes shall be ordered: D x ID. JIS G 3445 Carbon steel tubes for machine structural purposes. Tubes for mechanical and pressure purposes (page 16–49) upon agreement can be delivered as precision according to dimensional standards for precision tubes.10 mm D = 30–40 mm ±0. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards STN 42 0260 ČSN 42 0260 Cold drawn precision seamless steel tubes from steel class 10 to 16. T > 3 mm ±10 % • max length 18 m .8 % (Other dimensions upon agreement) 42 6712 D ≤ 30 mm ±0. Dimensions.8 % 9567 See dimensional tables (Inside diameter tolerance is also shown in table) • other tolerances upon agreement • possibility to shift tolerance • by heat treated tubes increasing of tolerance range • ovality included in D tolerances • eccentricity included in T tolerances Quality range: 12132 • usual • increased • high see article 1. GOST 8733 Seamless steel tubes cold and hot deformed.12 mm • fixed with tolerance ±500 Straightened 3 mm/m sive burrs mm . Dimensions. (Titles of standards for steels see page 90) ASTM A519 Seamless carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing. Ovality and eccentricity see p.

.4 • NDT .metallic clean Other conditions upon • 9+ . BKS (+SR) Cold finished/stress relieve annealed.Steel grade TDC standards Name Condition 42 0260 11 353 11 453 11 503 11 523 11 550 11 650 12 040 12 050 12 060 Cold finished Symbol for steel condition: .1+ .9+ .3 • flattening .agreement Label with data on bundle Upon agreement Data: • manufacturer • order • dimension • steel • condition • quantity • colour strap on tube Surface protection Packing Bundle with Termporary upon section: agreement • round • hexagonal Max weight 2000 kg GOST 10692 Other conditions upon agreement Cold finished Symbol for steel condition: BK BKW GBK NBK See page 19 See page 19 Material condition designation depending on heat treatment according to ČSN and STN (first supplementary number behind steel grade): 0 –without heat treatment 1 –normalized 2 –annealed (kind stated) 3 –soft annealed 4 –quenched and tempered 5 –normalised and tempered 6 –heat treatment with the object of achieving a minimum tensile within a specified range 7 –heat treatment with the object of achieving a average tensile within a specified range 8 –heat treatment with the object of achieving a maximum tensile within a specified range 9 –specific (upon agreement) Condition and heat treatment terminology – STN 42 0002.certificate . .inspection . No heat treatment after last cold forming process.pickled • 2+ . STN 42 0004. GBK (+A) Annealed.0 No heat treatment .1. After the final cold forming process the tubes are annealed in a controlled atmosphere. NBK (+N) Normalized.2. DIN 2391-2 and EN 10305-1.special agreement agreement (first number behind DS) Cold finished Symbol for steel condition: No heat treatment Normalized Testing • dimensions • tensile test . BKW (+LC) Cold finished/soft (lightly cold worked).free of scale • 3+ . After last heat treatment there is a light finishing pass (cold drawing). After the final cold forming process the tubes are stress relieve annealed.4 • drift expanding .1 Normalized 8733 21729 74240 (74220) A519 G3445 1050: 10 20 35 45 4543: 10G2 15ChM 19281: 09G2S 84018: 18G2A 18G2 84019: 10 20 35 45 55 84023/7: R35 R45 R55 R65 Testing and certificates Surface • 0+ .scaled • 1+ .bright • 4+ .4 • leak tightness . EN 10052.4 • hardness .upon agreement • product analysis • dimensions • visual • hardness • leak tightness Other TDC Certificate Marking . . After the final cold forming process the tubes are annealed above the upper transformation point in a controlled atmosphere.2+ .2. Steel condition designation according to ASTM A519: CW – Cold Worked A – Annealed N – Normalized SR – Stress Relieved or Finished Annealed QT – Quenched and Tempered 63 . ISO 4885 Delivery conditions and heat treatment according to DIN and EN Precision tubes are delivered in following conditions (first symbol lists previous designation. the new one according to EN is in brackets): BK (+C) Cold finished/hard (cold finished as drawn).

UNI.45 86±0.30 58±0.35 68±0.6±0.15 26±0.20 41±0.45 92±0.25 46±0.40 75±0.6±0.15 24±0.20 46.15 12.15 4±0.6±0.35 63±0.4±0.15 16±0.20 40±0.15 6±0.20 39±0.6±0.46 95.25 49.15 7.30 54±0.4±0.15 28.25 48±0.15 26±0.35 73±0.15 5±0.20 47±0.30 55±0. Tolerances D are valid for conditions BK and BKW according to DIN standards and for conditions +C a +LC according to EN standards.15 30. BKS according to DIN standards and conditions +N.30 54±0.15 29.25 50.20 38±0.20 43±0.6±0.6±0.40 77±0.45 84±0.4±0.4±0.30 61±0.25 56±0.15 10.4±0.15 6 5±0.25 45±0.4±0.50 104±0.15 15±0.5 1.15 5.35 70±0.15 7±0.15 32.15 7±0.15 24±0.20 45.15 18±0.35 69±0.20 28±0.15 9.15 34±0.25 47±0.25 57±0.15 27±0.15 4.4±0.4±0.4±0.6±0.15 4±0.35 66±0.30 50±0.15 30±0.15 14±0.08 18.15 19±0.6±0.4±0.15 1.15 9±0.20 39±0.4±0.15 2.08 20.45 77±0.35 57±0.15 2±0.4±0.15 6±0.08 17.6±0.15 8.40 82±0.35 65±0.6±0.08 12±0.15 35.4±0.4±0.4±0.45 80±0.25 41±0.08 21.25 55.15 3.45 91±0.25 9 8±0.15 6.15 8±0.15 8 7±0.4±0.6±0.20 43.35 ±0.4±0.4±0.20 33±0.45 89±0.25 52±0.6±0.20 37±0.08 27.15 24±0.50 Other dimensions (up to diameter 162) and tolerances upon agreement.4±0.30 57±0.6±0.15 5±0.20 44.20 46±0.35 75.6±0.20 34±0.40 65±0.5 6 8±0.4±0.6±0.4±0.25 9±0.4±0.4±0.35 80 85 62.20 34±0.25 ±0.15 9±0.20 42±0.30 53±0.6±0.25 46±0.6±0.4±0.15 5 4±0.15 21±0.15 38±0.08 20.20 41.6±0.45 86±0.15 1.4±0.15 7±0.4±0.25 35±0.6±0.15 28 26.6±0.20 32±0.35 60±0.4±0.30 60.20 26±0.25 51±0.40 74±0.08 12.4±0.08 23.45 95±0.30 61±0.15 9±0.40 80±0.15 3.25 43±0.20 33±0.20 43±0.4±0.30 66±0.50 101±0.50 94±0.15 29±0.4±0.15 18±0.08 22±0.15 13±0.6±0.15 8±0.15 4.4±0.08 22±0.15 3±0.45 89.08 20±0.4±0.35 74±0.25 51±0.25 42±0.45 88±0.40 72±0.4±0.30 71±0.25 37±0.15 16±0.8 diameter rance [mm] 1 1.15 6±0.15 15±0.45 85±0.25 48±0.15 17±0.25 50±0.30 47±0.6±0.20 36±0.40 79±0.15 8±0.08 16±0.08 25±0.45 75±0.50 112±0.50 92±0.15 30±0.30 45±0.4±0.15 8.35 69.4±0.45 79±0.4±0.45 ±0.6±0.4±0.15 6.5 4 4.15 26±0.15 19±0.5 Inside diameter and tolerances 4 3±0.08 24.15 31±0.15 20±0.4±0.50 100±0.15 15±0.40 90 86±0.15 21±0.15 6.08 23±0.4±0.40 76±0.20 38±0.40±0.15 30 28.15 14±0.25 44±0.25 5±0.4±0.15 30±0.45 90.40 70±0.50 103±0.20 32±0.40 71±0.6±0.6±0.08 25.08 28±0.15 6±0.15 3±0.6±0.15 20±0.45 94±0.20 39.15 33. +SR according to EN standards) can be tolerances enlarged.40 79.40 78±0.15 38 45 9 5±0.6±0.50 108±0.20 38.15 24±0.08 23.4±0.4±0.15 5.4±0.15 28±0.4±0.4±0.15 28±0.4±0.60±0.20 39±0.15 11±0.4±0.20 37±0.6±0.4±0.6±0.08 18.15 17±0.30 70 75 67.30 63±0.30 56±0.20 30±0.4±0.40 79±0.6±0.15 27±0.6±0.20 45.20 45±0.4±0.25 14 35 Table 16 42.15 10±0.15 23±0.15 36±0.6±0.20 44±0.15 21±0.45 83±0.15 36.35 62±0.15 10±0. +A.8 3 3.08 12±0.30 51±0.Dimensions of precision seamless cold drawn steel tubes according to standards EN.35 68±0.08 5 5.15 3±0.15 26±0.4±0.30 65.15 16.08 23±0.15 4±0.15 31±0.25 4±0.15 18±0.15 25±0.35 74.15 29±0.08 20±0.15 27.6±0.6±0.2 1.30 59±0.15 20±0.40 67±0.15 15 14±0.50 109±0.4±0.15 35±0.20 45±0.15 32±0.50 99±0.15 10±0.50 105.50 102±0.15 7.15 37±0.35 70.4±0.30 67±0. GBK.15 26.15 15±0.08 14.20 50 47.15 32±0.4±0.08 18±0.4±0.20 37.08 24.5 0.15 28±0.6±0.15 3±0.30 62±0.15 18±0.6±0.20 35±0.20 31±0.15 11±0.20 37±0.30 59.15 4.20 36±0.08 27±0.20 41±0.6±0.5 2.15 16±0.08 26±0.45 90±0.15 8±0.15 18±0.15 6±0. This is valid also in other standards.35 72±0.6±0.40 81±0.15 10±0.4±0.20 ±0.15 12±0.15 33±0.6±0.15 22±0.25 16 ±0.15 20±0.30 58±0.15 11.15 11±0.20 30±0.45 82±0.08 24±0.35 66±0.6±0.4±0.15 8±0.40 84.15 17±0.15 5±0.50 100±0.6±0.6±0.6±0.15 16±0.35 69±0.20 39±0.50 104±0.25 49±0.25 55±0.40 84±0.15 34.20 34±0.25 39±0.4±0.08 13±0.25 7 12 11±0.08 19±0.6±0.6±0.15 14±0.20 41±0.4±0.4±0.15 30±0.15 23±0.4±0.15 25 23.8 Wall thickness [mm] 2 2. NFA.15 6±0.4±0.25 54.08 17±0.50 106±0.25 50±0.15 3.15 32 30.20 35±0.08 15.15 13±0.50 120 114±0.40 76±0.30 65±0.15 40 38.15 20 19±0.6±0.25 15±0.08 13.25 ±0.40 74±0.4±0.15 25±0.4±0.30 60±0.35 64±0.50 113±0.08 21.08 18±0.15 32±0. as is shown in the table on page 65.20 36.20 36±0.20 55 52.45 81±0.30 66.40 95 91±0.6±0.4±0.15 22 21±0.15 12±0.30 60±0.15 37.15 9.15 9.15 35.50 96±0.15 7±0.15 19±0.08 23±0.50 98±0. DIN.08 22.35 67±0.4±0.20 44±0.4±0.15 11.15 31±0.50 110±0.2 2.08 22±0.15 12±0.15 14±0.40 73±0.15 5±0.15 4±0.15 4.40 85±0.45 ±0.6±0.45 93±0.25 60 65 57.4±0.35 71±0.15 8 4±0.08 14±0.15 19±0.6±0.15 34±0.15 10±0.20 40.4±0.40 83±0.6±0.6±0.15 14.30 56±0.15 10.08 15.08 17±0.30 62±0.30 64±0.15 8.20 32±0.30 49±0.15 13±0.45 84±0.15 9±0.35 61±0.35 55±0.4±0.08 14.35 75±0.20 36±0. 64 .08 15±0.6±0.15 35±0.15 29.15 7±0.25 49±0.30 61.20 40±0.15 11±0.6±0.20 28±0.15 33±0.25 52±0.20 38±0.15 10±0.15 4.15 36.45 88±0.40 69±0.20 34±0.08 14±0.15 7±0.35 64±0.15 34.4±0.08 19.08 16.40 80.4±0.30 52±0.15 6.15 29±0.08 22.20 31±0.075 12±0.30 64.25 54±0.6±0.4±0.08 12.15 10.4±0. At heat treated tubes (conditions NBK.45 90±0.4±0.25 56.08 22.20 29±0.50 90±0.15 7.15 28±0.08 19.35 76±0.08 13±0.6±0.15 36±0.4±0.08 11.20 38±0.15 31.4±0.15 32.25 40±0.6±0.08 25±0.4±0.15 3.6±0.15 11±0.15 26 24.30 ±0.35 70±0.08 20.25 44±0.40 85.25 13±0.15 2.15 7 6±0.40 81±0.4±0.45 94.20 42±0.08 24±0.15 18 17±0.20 44.08 13.6±0.45 100 110 96±0.08 13.25 9±0.15 2.08 25.08 26±0.15 19±0.25 9±0.08 16±0. PN-H Outside Tole0.30 59±0.20 30±0.25 3.08 12.15 27±0.50 102±0.15 42 39.4±0.20 48 10 33.15 2±0.50 105±0.35 59±0.15 10±0.25 53±0.6±0.08 24±0.20 40±0.15 22±0.15 23±0.20 42.15 33±0.45 87±0.45 89±0.40 78±0.20 42±0.6±0.08 21±0.40 80±0.4±0.25 51.15 13±0.15 5.08 16.6±0.15 5.15 21±0.6±0.08 21±0.50 104.08 26.15 11±0.15 10 ±0.15 29±0.15 22±0.50 111±0.08 17.

15 7±0.30 108±0.05 14±0.25 106±0.08 17±0.20 82±0.20 61±0.25 88±0.15 48±0.15 20 19±0.05 14±0.08 21±0.010 31±0.12 30±0.15 5±0.08 19±0.20 69±0.18 49±0.12 9±0.014 35±0.08 24±0.12 4±0.20 55±0.15 3±0.40 113±0.30 83±0.10 43±0.10 23±0.15 45±0.15 35±0.14 34±0.15 9±0.12 2±0.12 6 5±0.08 18±0.18 37±0.20 59±0.05 13±0.25 104±0.25 90±0.20 16 15±0.20 80±0.10 5±0.15 54±0.05 11±0.12 8±0.35 89±0.18 44±0.08 13±0.10 39±0.25 92±0.08 18±0.20 ±0.08 23±0.20 72±0.40 114±0.06 16±0.20 5±0.20 14 13±0.10 34±0.5 %.10 38±0.12 40 36±0.5 5 Inside diameter and tolerances 30±0. ČSN Ratio D/T ≤ 20 20–40 40–60 ≥ 60 65 Coefficient value 1 1.08 25±0.10 ±0.10 55 ±0.25 Tolerance of wall thickness ±7.20 69±0.12 39±0.08 24±0.08 22±0.08 19±0.20 60±0.10 28±0. UNI Ratio T/D > 1/20 1/20–1/40 1/40–1/60 < 1/60 STN.05 12±0.08 29±0.15 55±0.15 7±0.18 38±0.10 50 48±0.07 13±0.20 67±0.05 11±0.32 84±0.30 87±0.25 67±0.08 20±0.08 8±0.10 Table 17 1.15 35±0.05 18±0.5 .20 ±0.10 32±0.20 15 14±0.12 28±0.15 11±0.5 2 2.10 9±0.10 33±0.10 37±0.10 42 40±0.10 11±0.08 24±0.20 63±0.15 33±0.15 41±0.40 115±0.20 ±0.10 22±0.10 29±0.10 24±0.12 7 6±0.18 51±0.18 56±0.10 34±0.40 104±0.10 6±0.20 66±0.08 24±0.12 10±0.10 20±0.08 10±0.15 37±0.06 16±0.08 22±0.20 58±0.06 15±0.25 83±0.08 18±0.12 29±0.07 12±0.10 31±0.30 91±0.30 98±0.30 75±0.15 46±0.10 32±0.30 76±0.14 36±0.10 32±0.025 < 0.06 17±0.20 77±0.14 37±0.35 94±0.10 5±0.10 27±0.15 53±0.05 14±0.30 76±0.08 27±0.15 9 10 ±0.05–0.06 15±0.25 72±0.08 24±0.08 22±0.10 30±0.20 73±0.35 101±0.12 6±0.08 19±0.06 15±0.10 28±0.08 21±0.15 60±0.05 0.35 100 110 91±0.10 24±0.15 35±0.15 80 85 52±0.08 33±0.08 21±0.18 45±0.18 43±0.15 6±0.20 96±0.32 80±0.14 35±0.20 64±0.18 39±0.10 48±0.25 68±0.10 29±0.08 6±0.05 26 28 6 9±0.10 26±0.35 112±0.05 16±0.18 41±0.15 8±0.35 95±0.10 34±0.15 40±0.30 77±0.08 16±0.15 58±0.25 66±0.15 41±0.15 53±0.20 56±0.15 8±0.15 51±0.12 3±0.15 8±0.20 87±0.12 3±0.08 27±0.20 62±0.30 70±0.07 11±0.05 16±0.22 81±0.15 40±0.20 5±0.35 93±0.20 74±0.10 45 43±0.12 32±0.20 65±0.10 30±0.06 16±0.06 ±0.12 3±0.25 73±0.10 26±0.25 116±0.30 78±0.10 42±0.15 54±0.32 79±0.15 8±0.08 21±0.15 39±0.20 68±0.15 10±0.15 43±0.18 47±0.15 8±0.15 82±0.25 66±0.06 19±0.15 47±0.15 50±0.05 12 25 ±0.20 74±0.15 50±0.35 100±0.15 47±0. Possible values of outside diameter for heat treated tubes DIN.20 18 17±0.07 10±0.15 59±0.35 90±0.20 70±0.06 13±0.15 32±0.08 19±0.10 26±0.20 61±0.10 10±0.30 99±0.08 25±0.25 84±0.15 9±0.05 12±0.06 17±0.40 103±0.15 24±0.12 49±0.08 20±0.08 20±0.10 7±0.06 14±0.20 65±0.18 42±0.07 9±0.15 38±0.12 5±0.32 81±0.07 26±0.18 44±0.10 41±0.05 15±0.08 20±0.10 7±0.20 64±0.12 31±0.25 75±0.25 79±0.35 102±0.22 79±0.5 4 4.10 35 38 5.25 72±0.15 10±0.08 23±0.20 57±0.10 29±0.30 109±0.15 67±0.25 80±0.15 34±0.32 85±0.08 22±0.05 13±0.5 2 4±0.20 70±0.12 5±0.18 60 65 ±0.15 40±0.18 36±0.20 75±0.30 71±0.10 4±0.15 52±0.10 25±0.08 25±0.15 57±0.15 4±0.15 7 8 9 10 2±0.15 36±0.08 18±0.10 36±0.08 38±0.35 88±0.30 74±0.08 ±0.08 12±0.25 65±0.15 7±0.30 81±0.20 62±0.08 16±0.10 30±0.20 63±0.05 13±0.20 76±0.10 33±0.06 30 32 2.10 46±0.20 71±0.18 39±0.18 42±0.025 NFA.30 90 95 62±0.10 27±0.08 22±0.10 4±0.22 86±0.06 ±0.08 24±0.08 23±0.20 61±0.10 3±0.10 44±0.15 4±0.06 16±0.15 52±0.20 60±0.10 25±0.08 23±0.10 36±0.10 34±0.08 18±0.25 94±0.25 102±0.15 49±0.10 28±0.08 20±0.18 40±0.05 10±0.15 38±0.14 33±0.5 25±0.25 64±0.25 96±0.10 12±0.20 4±0.12 44±0.30 69±0.05 9±0.22 84±0.35 111±0.08 28±0.15 48 46±0.15 3±0.15 22 21±0.15 11±0.12 27±0.18 45±0.15 51±0.10 31±0.15 56±0.15 6±0.07 11±0.10 30±0.20 59±0.30 82±0. EN Ratio T/D > 0.30 85±0.40 120 106±0.08 26±0.07 12±0.32 86±0.06 28±0.08 8±0.08 19±0.18 55±0.25 100±0.30 86±0.25 89±0.18 46±0.08 23±0.06 17±0.20 70 75 ±0.10 31±0.08 26±0.05 15±0.30 92±0.25 71±0.25 78±0.Dimensions of precision seamless cold drawn steel tubes with reduced tolerances Outside Tolediameter rance [mm] 0.5 1 5 4±0.10 37±0.5 Wall thickness [mm] 3 3.10 32±0.12 8 7±0.06 18±0.08 22±0.10 30±0.15 45±0.15 6±0.05 17±0.30 90±0.08 14±0.18 54±0.35 110±0.08 22±0.18 50±0.10 28±0.40 105±0.15 6±0.08 21±0.07 7±0.06 14±0.08 20±0.20 57±0.20 77±0.08 21±0.15 42±0.08 26±0.

78 4 1/8" (4.70 1/2" (.674 6.729 9.804 47.656 4.02 95.562 .366 .428 10.432 .172 1.65 12.967 25.52 Permissible tolerances of outside diameter according to ASTM A450/A450M and ASTM A1016/A1016M Hot formed Cold drawn Outside diameter under 4” (101.008 (0.915 69.909 1.035 .2 mm) +0.375) .5 mm) 21/2”–3” (63.735 .258 9.6–190.219 .256 1.487 15.04 11.105 .500) 3.77 3.288 1.281 3.313 2.134 .693 .212 7.873 4.250) 9.717 3.250) 2.530 5.905 9.14 7.750) 3.102 .01 11.750) .759 .135 10.35 12.53 12.500) .88 5/8" (.05 3/4" (.939 2.049 .76 3.20 2.027 3.284 12.147 9.647 19.037 2.586 2.3 mm) +0.764 1.186 2.215 .8 mm) 2”–21/2” (50.250 .009 7.010 63.01 76.52 120.114 4.613 7.173 .51 88.253 2.649 1.806 2.893 5.489 4.511 66.85 2 3/4" (2.015 (0.80 1.75 1 1/4" (1.53 3/8" (.011 4.281 .55 3 1/4" (3.025 (0.534 6.010 (0.332 4.675 7.750) 1.409 4.642 5.475 7.015 (0.638 4.60 3.730 3.346 1.208 4.905 4.128 1.328 1.375 0.40 1" (1.627 6.820 3.341 7.207 3.25 mm) +0.008 (0.893 8.53 mm inch 6.049 .65 4 3/4" (4.597 1.491 2.591 .638 2.311 8.155 6.012 (0.083 .508 4.000) 53.238 4.864 3.628 .060 2.933 2.455 3.8 mm) +1/64 (0.90 3 1/2" (3.335 6.693 5.625) .220 3.49 13.139 3.395 6.055 2.6 mm) 4”–71/2” (101.006 (0.236 .034 1.505 7.345 10.495 5.783 3.409 8.250) .492 4.41 2.743 4.98 2 1/8" (2.41 11.5 mm) –3/64 (1.704 3.239 2.581 4.210 3.660 10.343 1.020 .52 4" (4.409 2.125) 6.289 3.708 4.250) 1.009 57.057 7.33 2 3/8" (2.472 3.6–190.01 13.284 6.817 5.746 .996 1.678 9.125) 2.083 1.656 3.510 3.532 2.074 3.600 .148 .679 1.239 1.400 11.480 .478 1.35 1/4" (.552 1.065 25g 20g 18g .63 1 7/8" (1.313 2.849 3.690 2.64 mm) 66 .776 1.143 2.060 28.897 6.148 7.750) 1.56 6.947 4.339 4.529 4.159 5.537 .492 2.3 mm) –0.322 5.589 1.388 .11 2.739 5.614 .74 15.137 2.909 6.301 .962 4.015 (0.156 .004 38.89 1.201 2.310 4.385 3.404 7.928 3.93 1 3/8" (1.298 5.2 mm) –0.152 8.68 2 5/8" (2.729 2.65 2.619 1.weight in lb/ft Outside diameter Table 18 Tube weight in lb/ft with wall thickness (gauge/inches/mm) 16g 14g 13g 12g 11g 10g 9g 5/32 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 3/8 .646 6.670 2.674 8.671 3.791 .037 1.440 2.133 2.918 1.2–101.52 101.639 6.257 1.697 4.608 1.406 1.010 8.222 50.51 0.875) 1.391 5.302 .671 4.769 1.25 3 3/4" (3.38 mm) +0.075 .01 82.923 31.982 10.38 mm) –0.437 1.676 8.508 2" (2.Dimensions and weight of cold drawn steel tubes according to standards ASTM A450 and A1016 .125 3.625) 3.004 (0.035 7.780 6.91 13.125) .966 9.029 3.125) 1.2 mm) 3”–4” (76.342 8.910 9.509 60.497 .35 7.910 2.4–38.567 2.86 11.447 2.05 3.30 4 1/2" (4.564 10.532 6.000) .996 3.445 .170 .582 4.929 2.565 3.95 4 1/4" (4.200 3.920 6.625) 1.864 2.369 1.52 92.109 .124 2.604 2.890 3.699 1.891 .702 .011 10.4 mm) 1”–11/2” (25.211 2.183 1.006 (0.673 5.004 (0.652 5.60 12.512 73.921 2.955 2.797 7.033 44.174 5.313 .120 .699 3.418 1.072 3.145 1.2 mm) +1/64 (0.705 4.006 5.322 3.10 1 1/2" (1.166 4.45 1 3/4" (1.01 11.25 mm) –0.659 7.299 1.136 3.95 9.66 14.03 2 7/8" (2.4 mm) under 1” (25.251 3.1 mm) –0.40 3.988 7.15 mm) –0.691 4.011 79.777 2.095 .23 7/8" (.375) 1.410 .00 16.750) 10.33 14.344 8.132 34.650 7.371 3.144 5.69 11.83 17.346 2.364 2.785 8.474 2.500) 1.127 .008 6.365 3.544 1.426 1.250) .170 1.334 2.78 5.15 mm) +0.901 7.696 3.458 5.031 2.951 2.927 3.741 1.188 .383 2.38 mm) +0.089 8.031 2.843 10.16 12.520 3.005 4.807 22.832 2.140 4.043 5.338 3.535 9.809 2.24 1.807 3.972 5.750 5.6 mm) –1/32 (0.8–63.1 mm) +0.38 3 1/8" (3.947 5.080 .28 1 5/8" (1.51 3" (3.16 15.4 mm) 4”–7 1/2” (101.875) 1.658 41.458 4.922 4.58 1 1/8" (1.369 .02 107.517 1.000) 104.500) .340 5.571 6.000) 4.010 (0.996 5.851 4.500) 10.249 2.112 4.045 1.07 13.875) .430 1.5–76.96 4.375) .563 .822 1.092 4.812 .074 3.634 2.5 mm) –0.08 3 5/8" (3.448 1.885 3.050 3.818 11.664 .625) 1.160 8.475 .569 2.889 4.41 14.947 3.1–50.128 9.784 5.088 6.52 114.258 .089 2.50 2 1/2" (2.15 2 1/4" (2.102 4.1 mm) over 11/2”–2” (38.387 3.903 5.012 (0.

493 6.weight in kg/m Outside diameter Table 19 Tube weight in kg/m with wall thickness (gauge/inches/mm) 16g 14g 13g 12g 11g 10g 9g 5/32 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 3/8 .745 14.75 1 1/4" (1.848 4.920 13.366 1.760 1.291 9.707 4.967 5.469 11.449 0.138 2.68 2 5/8" (2.671 9.119 0.886 3.611 17.15"– 0.25 3 3/4" (3.726 3.768 3.944 5.351 0.841 11.545 0.258 2.375) 0.555 1.502 6.50 2 1/2" (2.260 14.492 17.441 5.896 76.963 19.591 2.073 Notes: 1.896 11.539 5.119 6.250) 14.124 14.725 28.066 3.643 2.024 4.192 6.235 9.933 11.30 4 1/2" (4.444 41.320 0.572 5.367 15.570 6.643 12.008 5.96 4.289 13.037 2.353 1.439 1.875) 1.549 15.155 2.05 3/4" (.625) 0.168 7.612 2.374 1.109 .275 3.353 3.017 5.253 0.095 .643 0.35 1/4" (.356 4.585 12.014 10.258 11.740 7.95 4 1/4" (4.022 3.069 7.873 19.947 8.293 4.092 0.463 6.180 3.602 10.500) 14.423 12.112 0.929 13.387 3.884 8.750) 1.357 4.40 1" (1.499 2.10 1 1/2" (1.685 7.110 2.688 3.911 10.535 7.508 5.109 3.53 mm inch 0.045 1.457 7.003 2.197 4.842 3.022 3.731 6.518 73.347 3.393 2.838 5.128 2.762 5.331 6.094 1.240 4.907 15.250) 0.546 4.375) 1.Dimensions and weight of cold drawn steel tubes according to standards ASTM A450 and A1016 .250) 0.45 1 3/4" (1.296 7.160 14.177 4.679 1.575 5.550 11.633 2.764 6.129 88.156 .88 5/8" (.78 5.636 11.431 11.625) 2.115 11.51 0.777 5.685 2" (2.270 11.709 7.896 16.869 2.56 6.052 8.125) 3.031 1.18" (3.920 4.810 9.448 0.384 0.326 1.838 1.250) 2.577 0.083 .414 6.402 34.875) 0.662 0.773 5.792 5.472 8.392 9.999 2.78 4 1/8" (4.956 22.190 9.110 1.625 2.40 3.073 0.677 8.90 3 1/2" (3.53 3/8" (.774 3.447 7.329 5.432 7.095"– 0.969 6.60 5.933 2.883 5.262 7.305 5.880 12.500) 0.125) 9.18" (4.988 1.917 31.771 50.4–3.584 120.859 3.122 7.219 .120 .65 6.893 0.610 0.93 1 3/8" (1.482 1. Other dimensions upon agreement.903 3.158 18.515 3.692 3.201 22.1 mm) 0 +22% .125) 0.000) 4.130 1.161 4.680 10.310 2.530 10.24 1.823 4.561 7.122 2.954 7.642 4.08 3 5/8" (3.385 82.14 7.142 5.750) 15.8–4.459 4.061 4.281 .849 18.365 2.80 1.909 3.76 3.020 .096 114.632 92.704 1.926 4.787 6.134 .764 13.35 7.200 2.500) 1.431 57.65 4 3/4" (4.741 8.811 6.844 2.058 3.250 .436 10.149 10.539 1.223 5.104 6.920 63.15" (2.750) 4.040 5.035 .941 16.223 1.257 0.714 0.826 6.528 2.836 1.423 12.063 4.8 mm) 0 +35% With outside diameter 0 +20% 0 +18% 67 0.313 .148 .250) 3.175 60.189 0.442 3.037 5.05 3.834 24.200 6.38 3 1/8" (3.20 3.152 0.500) 2.577 25.031 3.012 4.253 3.700 8.608 4" (4.891 18.641 3" (3.505 4.262 5.671 5.049 .531 5.505 8.362 8.174 3.667 5.631 4.89 1.939 8.149 47.301 4.414 6.444 9.402 9.450 8.6 mm) 0 +33% ≥ 0. Weights are valid for average (nominal) wall thickness.820 4.776 10.55 3 1/4" (3.875) 2.976 2.896 16.63 1 7/8" (1.143 13.442 3.410 14.880 0.923 7.740 0.6 mm) 0 +28% ≥ 1 1/2" (38.908 7.874 6.15 2 1/4" (2.307 6.896 6.491 3.026 12.002 44.58 1 1/8" (1.914 14.238 5. Wall thickness according BWG and SWG (see table 4 on page 30) within range 25–2/0 (BWG) and 25–3/0 (SWG).744 1.23 7/8" (.594 15.473 3.410 69.95 9.644 3.155 79.375) 2.575 5.855 13.895 5.799 0.750) 0.060 9.966 1.298 2.518 6.655 8.188 .474 19.233 9.973 4.352 107.435 8.125) 2.935 1.189 3.926 12.090 6.908 17.98 2 1/8" (2.017 4.120 101.85 2 3/4" (2.399 8.941 9.000) 0.167 5.634 7.28 1 5/8" (1.376 15.33 2 3/8" (2.332 3.953 4.877 3.161 17.069 26.376 95.000) 104.161 7.682 4.871 3.282 8.70 1/2" (.463 5.41 2.177 8.585 3.030 16.002 7.959 22.470 38.099 20.960 6.1 mm) Welded Wall thickness 0.625) 4.989 16.029 9.420 12. 2.837 6.666 66. Permissible tolerances of wall thickness according to ASTM A450/A450M Hot formed ≤ 0.156 0.543 1.625) 1.750) 2.910 10.244 10.707 0.840 20.741 2.794 9.651 4.349 21.11 2.77 3.4 mm) 0 +40% Cold formed ≤ 1 1/2" (38.142 4.634 7.119 7.701 13.177 1.708 4.724 19.500) 4.584 23.065 25g 20g 18g .375 2.386 5.374 9.208 1.409 2.871 2.095" (2.290 4.774 17.352 10.173 2.03 2 7/8" (2.502 13.377 2.000) 53.608 18.

117 0.165 5.956 1.733 7.172 7.049 5.271 0.395 6.22 14.085 1.071 22 0.5 Tube weight [kg/m] 4 0.865 11.32 12.239 1.166 0.587 5.146 2.715 1.06 18.54 14.36 55 1.69 13.868 2.0 1.76 17.441 2.031 5.078 7.56 70 2.33 62 2.0 16 0.518 12 0.888 0.345 0.76 12.115 2.381 1.329 3.545 4.052 3.193 10.632 10.830 3.0 Table 20 6.014 4.065 2.086 6.291 4.150 3. T = ±10 %).215 7.850 2.238 2.21 11.202 1.052 3. DxT.814 0.980 1.255 30 0.534 3.21 11.495 10.749 4.142 0.323 3.068 0.379 9.149 10.316 5.470 10.176 8.973 2. 52.165 7.26 85 4.395 0.159 6.419 0.46 11.666 0.162 4.656 9.043 0.536 0. – tube delivery condition (drawn hard or heat treated).625 4.906 0.794 2.128 1.694 8.498 1.398 8.21 15.959 3.296 0.313 4.603 7.269 2.367 7.314 0.23 13.275 2.067 7.666 0.865 10.069 4.5 4.934 9.015 9.368 2.663 5.628 1.269 10.250 8.592 0.240 0.055 0.466 3.107 3.435 2.18 16.822 4.368 2.466 8.240 0. 68 .762 3.365 5.888 1.477 4.758 0.381 1.511 7.028 8.497 48 1.01 11.778 5.329 3.43 14.170 2.838 1.885 3.87 19.5 1.578 1.445 5.850 2.962 1.524 6.986 1.811 28 0.055 5.714 7.33 16. Specific figures are given in appropriate standards (generally D < ±0.942 2.286 9.719 3.248 10. GOST (dimensions are valid also for other standards) Outside diameter [mm] 0.91 16.740 6.462 0.832 1.60 11.554 1.628 2.316 35 0.720 1.049 5. Dimensions according to JIS see Table 10 p.71 12.5 %.371 50 1.340 5.094 5.031 5.493 0.252 1.737 3.18 17.339 0.847 4.50 90 4.287 2.834 36 0.795 6.069 4.271 5. ČSN.919 4.704 5.0 24 0.011 7.321 0.173 0.286 9.424 1.697 6.84 60 2.937 6.0 3.329 9.614 3.406 1.805 3.834 6.350 1.551 3.734 0.469 0.730 10.462 0.74 13.326 1.782 7.720 2.518 0.237 3.807 7.940 42 1.80 75 3.586 0.054 1.66 120 8.827 5. – optional tolerance requirements.766 2.98 19.39 17.592 0.470 Exact value of tolerances depends on: – the method of ordering of precision tubes (Dxd.538 5.47 15.217 4.771 0.874 4.535 7.88 11.423 8.12 22.083 3.95 12.Dimensions and weight of precision seamless cold drawn steel tubes according to standards STN.074 5 0.079 1.387 1.668 4.480 1.65 16.863 1.551 32 0.95 15.511 7.096 2.157 3.15 20.789 14 0.058 3.764 1.100 9.308 6.004 2.919 6.370 0.608 2.496 3.929 3.25 12.134 1.072 2.349 3.090 2.841 4.71 13.718 4.5 2.51 22.82 65 2.73 100 4.597 1.286 9.861 3.589 2.544 10.19 16.641 0.856 2.327 6.962 1.179 0.164 2.990 9.352 5.258 1.656 10.565 2.912 1.437 7.093 0.370 10 0.735 40 0.979 2.189 2.684 0.499 0.877 5.709 0.327 5.460 2.990 8.470 5.572 1.853 4.973 2.388 0.847 4.0 4. dxT).697 6.5 Wall thickness [mm] 3.222 0.327 6.03 80 3.64 27.273 10.988 2.302 6.162 46 1.769 25 0.874 2.340 4.216 0.567 0.282 1.832 0.87 18.166 0.188 4.079 1.0 2.054 15 0.164 9.385 3.035 7.099 6 0.354 3.439 38 0.489 10.699 4.0 10.312 2.184 1.865 52 1.768 8.836 3.06 11.78 20.610 0.498 20 0.48 12.004 7.562 5.978 3.82 14.26 11.343 2.085 1.681 9.604 6.789 0.916 9.721 6.13 8.677 2.60 14.123 0.65 11.804 9.44 12.143 4.181 3.957 5.646 2.10 58 2.691 0.017 6.367 2.777 1.819 2.682 3.601 4.892 1.110 1.446 2.191 0.0 2.43 13.197 8 0.762 3.668 4.993 1.628 7.0 8.805 3. BS.381 7.869 1.88 12.824 8.497 8.10 24.20 110 6.424 1.735 5.354 4.986 1.708 8.276 18 0.605 5.484 9.042 6.20 22.549 6.422 4.276 1.695 1.42 24.

626 1/16 0.219 3/64 0.579 0.276 7.032 0.432 10.300 7.10231 short ton 0.470 3/16 0.T (lbs/ft) Weight conversion: kg/m = 1.165 4.829 0.9842 long ton 0.104 2.032 5/64 0.028 0.022 0.305 0.108 0.042 1.G.065 1.G.372 9.894757 Mpa Units: Temperature: 1 mm 1m 1 mm2 1 m2 1 m3 1 kg 1 metric t 1 metric t 1 Mpa US units 0.636 0.018 0.193 – 0.006894757 MPa (6 895 kPa) 1 psi = 0.009 0.98066 bar 1 bar = 1.348 8.Standard wire gauge for wall thickness Nr gaude 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 B.453592 kg 0.032 0.238 6.064 11/64 0.78 – 0.417 1/64 0.160 4.508 0.829 5/64 Nr gaude 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2/0 3/0 4/0 5/0 6/0 7/0 B.422 1/16 0.0148 0.192 4.97 – 0.02831685 m3 0.083 2.8 mm 645 mm2 0.0164 0.345 – 0.005 0.120 3.340 8.1972 Atm 1 MPa = 106 Pa = 10 bar 1 Atm = 0.813 0.148 3.559 0.753 sq feet 35.016 3/64 0.324 8.144 3.W.300 7.620 0.232 5.254 0.213 – 0.274 – 0.711 1/32 0.20462 lbs 1.022 0.W.0116 0.769 0.893 15/64 0.251 9/64 0.020 0.0100 0.0246615 (D – T).67197 kg/m Pressure conversion: 1 Pa = 1 N/m2 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2 1 MPa = 10.025 0.220 5.877 13/64 0.W.013 0.68142 (D – T).095 2.00155 sq inch 10.004 0.058 1.116 2.203 5.008 0.09806 MPa 1 Atm = 0.2808 feet 0.454 11.010 0.214 0.813 1/32 0.045 0.914 1/32 0.064 1.252 6.230 11/32 0.176 4.449 27/64 0.T (kg/m) Dimensions in inch: 10.651 0.473 0.330 0.457 0.024 0.018 0.libra °C = 5/9 (°F – 32) °F = 9/5 °C + 32 Conversion of weight to length – C-steel: Dimensions in mm: 0.620 19/64 0.134 3.G.01605 metric t 6.4 mm 304.03937 inch 3.610 1/32 0.128 3.504 psi 1 psi = 0.028 0.0076 0.9) MPa 69 .889 0.425 10.0108 0.401 17/64 0.356 0. Nearest inch mm inch mm 1/64 inch (BWG) 0.839 3/8 0.376 – 0. S.191 0.907185 metric t 1.315 – 0.0084 0.056 1.014 0.01972 Atm (tech) 1 bar = 100 000 Pa (100 kPa) 1 bar = 14.G.036 0.156 0.0136 0.016 0.53 – – – – – – S.145038 ksi inch foot lb .295 – 0.229 0.70 – Conversion table US units 1 inch 12 inches = 1 foot 1 sq inch 1 sq foot 1 cubic foot 1 lb 1 short ton (US) 1 long ton (UK) 1 ksi SI SI 25.658 9/64 0.508 1/64 0.500 12.385 7/32 0.049 1.010 9/32 0.16 29/64 0.380 9.895 (6.035 0.457 1/64 0.400 10.413 0.337 3/32 0.652 0.092 2.404 0.711 0. Nearest inch mm 1/64 inch (BWG) 0.635 0.093 m2 0.212 5.067 0.48816 lb/ft lb/ft = 0.06894 bar 1 ksi = 1 000 psi = 6.203 0.80 0.245 0.31 cubic feet 2.127 0.180 4.254 – 0.559 1/64 0.284 7.048 0.0092 0.040 1. inch mm 0.406 0.020 0.178 0.109 2.464 11.102 0.642 7/64 0.759 0.0124 0.572 0.W.072 1.234 – 0.946 1/8 0.072 1.007 0.048 1.080 2.012 0.588 0.259 6.

15–0.035 0.65 0.16 max.50–0.30–0.050 0.0.025 0.30–0.40 0.50–0.50–0.0.040 0.0.050 0.040 0.25 GradeA GradeB MT 1010 MT 1015 MT X 1015 MT 1020 MT X 1020 1008 1010 1012 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1025 1026 1030 1035 1040 1045 1050 1518 1524 1541 0.0.60 0.040 0.040 0.035 0.15–0.040 max.60 0.90 0.035 0.015 353 314 363 max.035 0.050 0.0.21 0. 0.0.35–1. 0.0.035 0.30–0.40 max.0.050 0.0.050 0.040 0.035 0.22 0.035 0.035 0.050 0.52–0. 0.30 max.30 V 0.1.35 0.045 0.040 max.045 0.23 – – – 0.40 max.035 0.19–0.80 0.50 0.30 0.0.20 0.0.30 max.80 0.90 0.17 max.80 0.08–0. 1.050 0.045 0.80 0.025 0.25 0.90–1.0.0.0.22–0.0.0.08–0.60 0.0.10 CFS 3 CFS 4 CFS 5 CFS 6 CFS 7 CFS 8 max.050 0.30 V 0.0.10 0.0.0.08 355 Al min.040 0.20–0.30 0.050 0.60 0.35 min.18 max.55 0.18 0.50–0.20 max.0.040 max.60–0.40 0.12–0.0.050 240 260 340 240 260 340 155 195 215 235 285 350 450 550 350 450 550 280 320 360 410 490 450 550 650 450 550 650 25 21 17 28 23 18 25 25 24 22 21 0. 0.050 340 441 490 510 539 637 530 590 640 440 539 630 628 637 735 530 590 640 25 21 22 23 17 12 18 17 13 205 240 30 35 330 415 48 60 221 32 345 50 25 241 35 379 55 25 276 40 448 65 20 310 345 45 50 517 552 75 80 15 10 235 275 Al min. 0.25 0.40 max.045 0.045 0.035 max.37 0.040 0.050 max.0.90 0.050 0.045 0.050 0.0.050 0.050 0.30–0.050 0.40 max.80–1.15–0. 0.18 0.0.050 Fe 35-1 Fe 45-1 Fe 55-1 Fe 35-2 Fe 45-2 Fe 55-2 Fe 280 Fe 320 Fe 360 Fe 410 Fe 490 max.60–0.10–0.035 0.18–0.050 0.60–1.17 max.80 max.050 0.4 St 52.60 min.0.90 0.20 max.15 0.60 0.80 0. ČSN 11 353 11 453 11 503 11 523 11 550 11 650 12 040 12 050 12 060 ASTM A 53 A 519 DIN 1629 1630 2391-2 17204 17210 BS 6323 UNI 663 7945 NFA 49-310 49-312 max.60 0.0.18 0.035 0. 0.40 max.0.60 0.30 max.0.045 0.30–0.40 max.21 max.35 0.0.30–0.40 max.050 0.20 0.0.0.15–0.90 0.28 0.10–0.80 max.50 max.32–0.20 max.08–0.50 0.30 325 max.15–0.045 0.39 0.23 0.35 max.040 0.035 0.39 0.0.040 0.0.55 0.80 0.050 0.35 – – – min.21 max.015–0.0.050 0.18 0.050 0.0.23 0.22 max.040 1.30–0.050 0.0.0.025 0.40 0. 0.15 70 480 550 650 480 550 650 470 570 630 550 550 550 670 670 670 760 760 760 24 22 20 21 – 18 . 0.40 min.24 0.040 0.18 0.0.35 max.42–0.50 0.40 0.0.035 0.17–0.35 max.50–0.20 0.15–0.020 235 Al min.50 1.24 0.040 0.0.24 0.40 max.90 0.50–0.35 max.14–0.30–0.30–0.0 St 52. 0.30 0.17–0. 1.32–0.050 0.0.17 max.0.035 0.25 0.60 0.35 max.20–1.040 0.13–0.050 0.040 1.15 max.0.18 0.20 0.42–0.18 max.0.28–0.050 0.90 0.050 1.17–0.42–0.23 0.50 0.040 0.36 max.050 max.42–0.30 375 max.4 St 35 St 45 St 52 C22 Ck22 Cm22 C35 Ck35 Cm35 C45 Ck45 Cm45 34CrMo4 C15 Ck15 Cm15 16MnCr5 max.0.040 0.25 0.040 0.050 0.60–0.44 0.05–0.50–0.00 0.050 0.70–1.18–0.30 max.30 Nb 0.50–0.0.0.10–1.030 0.0.50 TU 37-b TU 52-b S470M S450MG2 max.0.0.60 0.30 295 max.0.1.60 0.035 0.0.045 0.040 0.90 1.30–0.90 0.40 max.040 0.60–0.50 0. 0.1.035 0.050 0.17 max.24 0.70 max.28 0.35 max.50 max.040 0.040 0.55 max.30–0.60 max.045 0.22 max.0.39 0.40 0.040 0.30–0.040 0.050 0.035 0.050 0.30–0.60–0.30–0.25 max.60–0.050 0.50 0.40 max.60 0.38 0.020 355 Al min.0.15–0.10–0.22 0.70–1.040 0.60 0.050 0.40 max.040 240 350 470 450 360 510 620 550 500 650 620 720 25 22 18 22 25 21 21 25 21 21 25 21 22 21 21 21 17 17 17 16 16 16 0.95 0.040 0.Steels for precision cold drawn seamless standard tubes Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] C Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni Mo Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.0. 0.13–0.30 max.050 0.48–0.60–0.12–0.30–0.30–0.050 0.40 0.35 max.22–0.10–0.0.040 0.12–0.020 275 Al min. 0.15 0. 1.0.15–0.30–0.0.22 max.35 0.020 355 235 255 355 260 260 260 300 300 300 350 350 350 350 420 500 350 420 500 340 440 490 420 420 420 520 520 520 610 610 610 0. 0.20 0.040 0.4 St 44.35 max.35 max.34 0.50 min.60 1.00–1.0.050 0.22 max.35 max.65 0.10–0.50 0.030 0.22 max.50 max.0.035 0.050 0.60–0.045 0.0.045 max.17–0.0 St 37.40 max.60 0.13 max.90 0.040 0.60 0.00–1.0. 0.050 0.00 max.60 min.60 0.040 0.90 0.045 0.0.50–0.35 max.025 0.13 0.50 0.0.50 max.040 0.0.050 215 235 340 280 – 340 360 410 490 460 – 540 0. 0.15–0.90 0.050 0.18 max.050 0.20 max.045 0.035 0. 0.040 0.60–0.00–1.1.23 0.36–0.50–0.050 0.050 0.035 0.035 0. 1.70–1.55 max.0.045 0.050 0.0.045 0.10–0.44 0.0.70 235 265 max.17 max.0 St 44. 0.18–0.035 0.37 0.050 0.20 0.0.50–0.90 0.40–0.25 0.20 max.025 0.30–0.60–0.80 0.050 max.55 max.1.040 1.20 0.040 0.15–0.40 max.25 max.040 St 37.0.040 0.80 0.050 0.040 0.0.60–0.050 0.040 0.1.040 0.60 0.00 0.040 0.040 0.035 0.045 0.050 0.050 0.55 max.035 0.35–1.38–0.040 0.80 0.00 0.70 1.035 0.19 max.050 0.0.36 max.35 max.40 max.40 max.035 0.035 0.15–0.025 0.30 0.40 max.050 0.0.21 max.035 0.32–0.60 0.20 0.40 0.32–0.040 0.0.050 0.50 max.0.35 max.050 0.0.0.40 min.035 0.40 max.0.040 0.0.43–0.040 0.32–0.050 0.

0.45 .20–1.35 V max.40 0.035 10 20 35 45 09G2S 0.040 0.30–1.50 0.30 max.14 0.20 max.0.30–1.0.0.0. 1.045 0.42–0.035 0.1.0.00 0.0.0.0.045 0.040 0.40 max.025 0.10 max.0.40 0.50–0.10–0.040 0.65 0.045 Cr max.0.30 max.0.33 max.035 0.035 0.0.08–0.10–0.040 0.0.045 0.30 max.0.40 max.50–0.0.30 max.15–0.22 0.00 0.15 25 22 21 20 max.0.25–0.32–0.30 10216-3 P 355 N max.00 0.0.30 max.0.0.0.00 0.1.30 max.035 0.0.30 .30 max.40 0.30 max.08 max.30 V max.16–0.34–0.03 Al min.0.70 0.38–0.00 0.17 max.30 max.15–0.0.0.70 P 235 TR1 max.035 0.30 max.0.0.30 max.40 0.32–0.42–0.0.30–0.045 0.10–0.30–1.02 V max.1.0.0.0.30–1.17–0.040 0.02 Ti max.25 max.10 max.045 0.35–0.20–0. 1.10 max.035 0.040 0.03 V max.0.35 0.17–0.90 0.50 max.040 0.0.24 0.10 max. 0.040 0. 0.0.22–0.0.45 max.60–0.040 0.20–0.40 0.15 max.50 max.35–0.025 0.0. 0. 0.30 0.90 0.10–0.0.10 0.035 0.40 max.13 max.035 0.10 max. 0.0.20 0.30 max.21 max.0. 0. 0.0.0.040 0.0.24 0.35 max.035 0.65 0. 0.40 0.0.02 Ti max.45–0.0.0.17–0.35–0.0.37 0.045 0.035 0.0.60 max.0.040 0.040 0.30–1.045 0.0.025 0.10 max.025 max.40–1.20 0.030 0.045 0.08 max. 0.030 0.50–0.90 0.10–0.0.030 0. 0.35 max.80 0.50 max.30 max.30 max.035 0.05 max.0.22 0.0.00 0.35 1.30 max.30 max.0.22 max.30–1.35 0.040 0.1.0.0.30–1.35 max.35 max.60 0.30 max.0. 0.035 0.025 0.30 max.0.80 0. 0.30 max.1.0.35 max.0.35 0.20 max.35 0.16 0.0.0.0.30 max.0.30 max.65 0.40 max.0.30 max.40 0.040 0.040 0.30 max.1.80 0. 0.045 0.0.10 Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % 195 320 440 27 195 320 440 27 235 360 500 23 235 360 500 23 265 410 570 22 265 410 570 22 355 490 650 22 235 275 315 355 max.80 0.30 max.0.40 0.045 0.050 max.35 max.0.0.32–0.60–0.32–0.15–0.30 max.1.30 0.0–1.13 max.035 0.10 0.040 0.045 0.30–1.40 0.1.90–1. 0.1.50–0.0.1.040 0.37 0.0.40 0.10 max.35 max.0.70 max.30–1.0.0.35 0.0.40 max.0.0.50 max.040 0.0.030 0.70 P 195 TR2 max.30 max.03 V max.040 0.60 .035 18G2A 18G2 10 20 35 45 55 R35 R45 R55 R65 max.21 max.90 0.045 0.50 1.40 max.40 max.30 max.65 0.035 Smax 0.30 max.50 max.025 max.0.040 0.50 max.30 max.55 max.045 0.035 0.10–0.18 max.040 0.0.16 max.040 0.0.60 max.0.90–1.0.0.035 0.30 max.00 0.0.0.050 0.025 max.025 0.30 max.035 0.0.0. 0.50–0.1.0.0.10–0.50 max.0.0. 0.35 max.35 1.035 0.70 0.025 0.040 0.03 Al min.040 0.0.030 0.0.80 0.55 max.80 0.40–1.70 max.0.90–1.65 max.35 max.10 max.03 Al min.40 0.10–0.50–0.40 max.07–0.20 max.00 0.040 0.040 0.90 0.0.29 max.40–1.30 max.55 max.025 max.0.0.55 max.29 max.12 355 260 300 350 390 400 V max.0.20–0.30 max.60 0.50 0.30–1.0.0.25 max. 0.0.30 max.040 0.20 max.040 0. 0.22–0.30 0.0.040 0.0.90 0. 0.50–0.0.1.035 0.025 215 235 355 255 360 410 450 490 410 490 420 520 610 720 670 600 290 340 490 440 430 480 630 570 20 21 17 16 13 14 19 30 25 22 21 280 340 410 460 540 550 700 21 18 22 205 245 315 355 345 330 410 530 600 490 31 25 20 16 21 175 275 355 215 305 380 245 355 410 275 430 325 460 345 480 275 315 380 315 410 390 215 245 215 245 275 215 245 275 290 340 390 470 370 440 510 410 500 550 470 580 510 620 550 650 440 490 510 490 550 540 370 410 370 410 480 370 410 480 35 35 25 20 30 20 15 25 15 15 22 12 20 12 20 10 25 23 15 23 15 23 30 25 30 25 25 30 25 25 365 510 22 195 225 255 295 380 215 255 295 380 345 440 540 640 680 360 430 540 640 25 21 17 14 11 24 22 17 16 max.10 .0.70 STKM 11A STKM 12A STKM 12B STKM 12C STKM 13A STKM 13B STKM 13C STKM 14A STKM 14B STKM 14C STKM 15A STKM 15C STKM 16A STKM 16C STKM 17A STKM 17C STKM 18A STKM 18B STKM 18C STKM 19A STKM 19C STKM 20A STPG 370 STPG 410 STS 370 STS 410 STS 480 STPT 370 STPT 410 STPT 480 max.035 0.40 0.045 0.02 Ti max.0.03 Al min.035 0.035 0.35 0.035 0.0.0.0.08 max.0.35 max.85 0.040 0.40–1.0.30–0. 0.040 0.0.0.60 max.30 max.35 max.030 0. 0.30 max.0.0.0.40 0.20–0.22 0.32–0.30 max.17–0.02 V max.25 max.0.55 0.70 0.16–0.15 max.0.0.0.90 Pmax 0.0.25 max.0.50 0.040 0.040 0.60–0.35 0.25 max.10 max. 1.02 10294-1 10297-1 E235 E275 E315 E355 E275K2 E355K2 C22 C35 C45 C60 38Mn6 20MnV6 E 215 E 235 E 355 E 255 26Mn5 C 35E C 45E 20V1 (E 410) 26Mo2 25CrMo4 42CrMo4 EN 10216-1 10305-1 GOST 1050 19281 JIS G 3445 G3454 G3455 G3456 PN-H 84018 84019 84023/07 C Si Mn P 195 TR1 max.60 max.35 max.50 1.0.040 0.0.040 0.040 0.0.39 max.0.18 max.12 0.0.20 max.20 0.20 max.0.25 max.35 max.17–0.040 0.0–1.030 0.35 max.040 0.08 max.0.0.15 420 Al min.30 max.10 max.0.30 max.30 P 265 TR2 max.55 max.0.70 0.0.08 max.035 0.0.24 max.0.040 0.040 0.08 max.45 0.55 max.0.80 0.035 0.35 0.0.040 0.0.16 P 265 TR1 max.30–1.02 Ti max.0.35–0.20 max.00 0.035 0.52 0.0.50 0.045 0.25 max.00 0.25 max.57–0.040 0.0.040 0.040 0.0.20 max.30 max.52 .40 0. 0.0.0.0.60–0.040 0.85 0.37 0.50 0.30 max.02 V max.20 max.35–0.1.42–0.30–1.0.0.15–0.07–0.040 0.10–0.55 max.0.40 0.10 V 0.60 .40 0.30–1.30–1.030 0.25 max.60 max.10 max.42–0.0.40 0.30 71 max.45 0.30 0.Standards Steel grade Chemical composition [%] Ni Mo Cu Other 0.30 max.035 0.17–0.0.17–0.05 275 max.39 0.42 max.14 0. 0.07–0.045 0.040 0.35 max.30 max.35 max.0.040 0.50 max.40 max.35 V max.0.02 Ti max.040 0.040 0.0.0.35 max.040 0.40–1.40 max.025 0.40–0.0.0.0.0.30 max.0. 0.18 max.040 0.040 0.35 max.0.12–0.25 max.20 .025 max.10 Ti max. 0.20 max.0.040 0.0.90 0.040 0.30–0.0.30 max.25–0.1.30 max.0.0.37 0.0.0.60 0.39 max.0.15–0.20 0.25 max.10–0.35 0.025 max.08 max.6 1.045 0.30 max.040 0.60–1.040 0.040 0.35 max.18 max.0.0.35 P 235 TR2 max.25 max.30 max.040 0.80 1.040 0.1.0.045 0.55 max.12 max.50–0.30 max.50–0.1.55 0.025 0.40 1.35–0.55 max.25 0.040 0.30–0.20 max.0.35 max.00 0.0.50 max.00 max.50 max.22 0.30 V max.35 0.040 0.80 0.030 0.90 0.12–0.0.0.0.50 max.0.0.040 0.35 0.21 max.45–0.40 0.22 max.045 0.65 0.30 max.0.20 max.0.40–0.0.6 0.30–0.0.33 max.0.40 0.30 max.0.1.0.40 0.03 V max.035 0.40 max.040 0.030 0.16–0.040 0.025 max.0.0.0.55 max.0.040 0.40 .35 0.02 Ti max.55 0.30 0.40 max.65 0.

Tolerances • outside diameter according to standards DIN 2391-1. ČSN/STN 42 6712 • inside diameter – Table 21 • wall thickness ±7. .3.Cylinder tubes Precision tubes for mechanical treatment – HPZ Dimensions Dimensions of HPZ tubes are given in Table 21. – I.0580) according to EN 10305-1 • 20 Mn V 6 according to EN 10294-1 (see page 21.D.) • steel • heat No. St 52-3 (1. EN 10305-1. Testing • cast analysis • tensile test • visual test • dimensional test • NDT (eddy current test) • other tests upon agreement Marking Colour stencilling along whole tube length: • producer‘s logo • size (O.5% • eccentricity is included in the tolerances of wall thickness Lengths • random lengths 3–6 m • fixed lengths max. Outside diameter Smooth after cold drawing (DIN 2391). ČSN • St 52 (1. Other conditions upon agreement. 6 m Straightness 1 mm/m (1 : 1 000) – measured on outside surface. (3.1) 72 .0580) according to DIN 2391. Tube ends Plain. Steel grade • 11 523 according to STN. Packaging Tubes are packed in round or hexagonal bundles with weight max.B. fastened with steel strips. upon request ends could be plugged with plastic caps. • standard number (or according to customer’s specification) Surface protection Tubes are oiled. 114.D.1. 115) • another steel upon agreement Delivery condition BKS (+SR) – cold finished / stress relieve annealed. 2000 kg. Certified test report According to DIN 50049 (EN 10204) .0570) according to DIN 17100 • E 355 (1.

33 19.5 / 10 mm.33 6.25 11.15%).60 1.5 65 x 10 60 x 5 62 x 6 65 x 7.03 8.77 12.43 11.55 6.03 24.5 100 x 10 95 x 5 97 x 6 100 x 7.5 [kg/m] 9.025 0.01 9.5 120 x 10 115 x 5 117 x 6 120 x 7.5 80 x 10 73 x 5 75 x 6 78 x 7.78 12.5 90 x 10 [kg/m] 5.36 14.50 63 65 70 Dxt Weight [mm] 50 x 5 52 x 6 55 x 7.64 10.66 12.5 125 x 10 120 x 5 122 x 6 125 x 7.18 22.16 21. or a part of V is possible to replace with Nb providing that Vmin is 0.86 11.40 45 50 55 60 –0.73 Table 21 Inside diameter Tolerance of insidediameter [mm] [mm] 75 –0.03 11.38 10.5 70 x 10 65 x 5 67 x 6 70 x 7. 580 min.71 13.20 18.80 8.04 18.90 22.51 13.020 0. 580 min.20 –0.25 14. 420 min.71 14.80 17.55 80 85 90 –0.15%.55 9.68 19.5 110 x 10 110 x 5 112 x 6 115 x 7.81 28.80 7.25 –0.10 13.72 16. 73 .020 ReH (N/mm2) Rm (N/mm2) A % min.60 0.5 83 x 10 75 x 5 77 x 6 80 x 7.5 75 x 10 70 x 5 72 x 6 75 x 7. 10 min.0.73 29.Dimensions and weight of HPZ tubes for mechanical treatment Inside diameter Tolerance of insidediameter [mm] [mm] 40 –0.99 15.00 8.20 –0.70 100 105 –0. Tolerances ID acording to agreement.18 17.22 1.13 13.48 17. Steel 20 Mn V 6 includes V (0.20 11.50 9.025 0.59 14. 450 min.5 85 x 10 80 x 5 82 x 6 85 x 7. Chemical composition and mechanical properties of steel for HPZ tubes Delivery condition BKS (+SR) C Mn Si P S Al Steel max % max % max % max % max % min % St 52 E 355 0.95 15.41 18.5 105 x 10 100 x 5 102 x 6 105 x 7.5 95 x 10 90 x 5 92 x 6 95 x 7.64 14.11 23.05% and contents V + Nb is under 0.26 20.66 Upon agreement also tubes with inside diameter 30 mm with WT 5 / 6 / 7.21 13.25 –0.16 7.5 130 x 10 125 x 5 127 x 6 130 x 7.08 .28 10.5 60 x 10 55 x 5 57 x 6 60 x 7.56 16.55 0.025 0.88 27.55 0.96 10.56 6.26 8.20 –0.46 17.75 110 115 Dxt Weight [mm] 85 x 5 87 x 6 90 x 7.42 20.48 12.025 0. 10 Chemical composition and mechanical properties of steel 11 523 and St 52-3 are approximately identic to steel grades in table.40 9.78 8. The tube weight according to the formula (see page 8).22 0.56 16.

EN 10246-1 or another agreed method • other tests upon agreement Marking Colour stencilling along whole tube length: • producer‘s logo • size (inside diameter x wall thickness) • steel • heat No. Testing • cast analysis • tensile test • visual test • dimensional test • NDT (eddy current test) according to SEP 1925.0580) according to DIN 2391.0580) according to EN 10305-1 • 20 Mn V 6 according to EN 10294-1 (see page 21. ČSN • St 52 (1. Tube ends Plain. Tolerances • outside diameter according to standards DIN 2391-1. +C).B.1) 74 . • standard number (or according to customer’s specification) bundle with label with supplementary informations Surface protection Tubes are oiled.Cylinder tubes Precision hydraulic tubes – HP – „ready to use“ Dimensions Dimensions and HP tube weight are given in Table 22. (3. Certified test report According to DIN 50049 (EN 10204) .4 µm. 114. Steel grade • 11 523 according to STN.5 µm.3. Outside surface Smooth after cold drawing (DIN 2391).5 % or ±10 % • eccentricity is included in the tolerances of wall thickness Lengths • random lengths 2 – 6 m • fixed lengths max. fastened with steel strips. Inside surface Roughness Ra ≤ 0.0570) according to DIN 17100 • E 355 (1. Packaging Tubes are packed in round or hexagonal bundles with weight max. 6 m Straightness 1 mm / m (1 : 1000) – measured on outside surface.1. +N. H9 – Table 22 • wall thickness ±7. ČSN/STN 42 6712 • inside diameter – ISO H8. St 52-3 (1. BK. Rz ≤ 1. upon request ends could be plugged with plastic caps. EN 10305-1.cold finished / stress relieve annealed. Other upon agreement (NBK. 115) • another steel upon agreement Delivery condition BKS (+SR) . 2 000 kg.

29 10.34 5.71 14.04 9.020 ReH (N/mm2) Rm (N/mm2) A % min.28kg/m) upon agreement Chemical composition and mechanical properties of steel for HP tubes Delivery condition BKS (+SR) C Mn Si P S Al Steel max % max % max % max % max % min % St 52 E 355 0.60 0. 75 . 450 min.79 6.38 10.26 kg/m) and 126 x 8 mm (23.039 +0.20 11. 10 min.01 9.22 1.025 0.48 8.03 24.0.5 73 x 5 75 x 6 78 x 7.5 100 x 10 100 x 5 102 x 6 105 x 7.21 18.5 90 x 10 90 x 5 92 x 6 95 x 7.Dimensions.08 .33 19.054 +0. 580 min.5 60 x 5 62 x 6 65 x 7.05% and contents V + Nb is under 0.73 29.074 80 90 +0.5 80 x 5 82 x 6 85 x 7.81 8. Steel 20 Mn V 6 includes V (0.66 19.73 10.5 110 x 10 115 x 7.77 12.55 0.48 12.24 11.5 70 x 5 72 x 6 75 x 7.88 27.062 40 50 60 63 70 +0.046 +0.64 8.59 Maximum length [mm] 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 6 000 The diameters 80 x 10 mm (17.78 8.21 13. 580 min.15%).73 16. or a part of V is possible to replace with Nb providing that Vmin is 0.5 120 x 10 125 x 7.60 1.5 130 x 10 [kg/m] 4. 420 min.13 21.25 14.15%.22 0. 10 Chemical composition and mechanical propertiesof steel 11 523 and St 52-3 are approximately identic to steel grades in table.025 0.55 6. tolerances and weight of HP tubes Inside diameter [mm] Table 22 Tolerance of inside diameter [mm] H8 H9 +0.025 0.025 0.55 0.18 22.087 100 110 Dxt Weight [mm] 48 x 4 50 x 5 52 x 6 55 x 7.020 0.

19/Pg. TDC. Supplement: Design rules. 11 523 ČSN 42 6712 Standards ASTM A 822 Tab. NFA 49-330 49-330 TU 37B. NFA 49-330 Seamless cold drawn tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic power systems. STN 42 6711 ČSN 42 6711 Precision seamless steel tubes. Part 1: Hot finished tubes in fluid systems. 20. 23/Strana 78 74245 OST 2–JIS G3455 – STS370 10. BS 7416 Precision finished seamless cold drawn low carbon steel tubes for use in hydraulic fluid power systems. DIN 2413/1 Steel tubes. 18G2A List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards STN 42 0260 ČSN 42 0260 Cold drawn precision seamless steel tubes from steel class 10 to 16.4 BS 7416 7416 CFS 360. calculation of wall thickness of steel tubes subjected to internal pressure.4. DIN 1630 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements. E 355 JIS JOHS-102 Table 11/Page 52 JOHS-102 OST 1–JIS G3454 – STPG370 PN-H 74245 Tab.Tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic lines – HPL Tubes are used in hydraulic and pneumatic power systems. DIN 2445 Seamless steel tubes for dynamic loads. Part 6: Welded cold drawn tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic power systems. Dimensions. ASTM A822 Seamless cold drawn carbon steel tubing for hydraulic system service. Fe 490 EN 10305-4 10305-4 E 215. PN-H 74245 Cold drawn or rolled seamless steel tubes of specified application. 76 . Fe 410. TU 52B Fe 360. TDC. CFS 430 UNI 7945 7945 Fe 280. JOHS-102 Carbon steel precision tubes for hydraulic line service. ferritic alloy and austenitic alloy steel tubes. E 235. EN 10305-6 Steel tubes for precision applications. Part 2: Steel tubes for precision application in fluid systems. UNI 7945 Plain end seamless precision steel tubes. DIN 2391 Seamless precision steel tubes. 66. St 44. Part 4: Seamless cold drawn tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic power systems. 67 A 822/A 450 A 822 DIN 2391-1 Table 23/Page 78 2391-2C St 35 2445-2 2445-2 1630 St 37. ASTM A450 General requirements for carbon. A list of standards according to which HPL tubes are delivered: Dimensional standards Dimensions Technical delivery conditions Steel grade STN 42 6711 Table 23/Page 78 42 0260 11 353. EN 10305-4 Steel tubes for precision applications. STN 42 6712 ČSN 42 6712 Precision seamless steel tubes with increased accuracy. PN 100 to PN 500. Fe 320. 18.4. TU 42BT. Dimensions. St 52. PN 100 to PN 500.

sulphide.3. plugged with plastic caps.0015% of tube length. See also page 10. Tube ends Plain ends.Aluminia. C. fastened with steel strips.C2 .EN 10204 non specific inspection . Lengths • exact lenghts 6 000 mm (tolerances .B2 . (Calculation according to DIN 2413) 77 . ČSN NBK – DIN +N – EN N – ASTM Roughness (OD and ID). In both cases leak tightness test will be carried out in accordance with EN 10246-1 (electromagnetic test).Oxides. A4 . B . Steel grade Steel is shown in the table of chemical composition and mechanical properties (see page 79).5 and finer. Tolerances According to standards.C. Ra ≤ 4 µm. special tolerances could by agreed on request. Pressure chart for hydraulic tubes – see page 80–83. Testing Non specific inspection or specific inspection. upon agreement . Certified test report According to DIN 50049 .Oxides) Grain size (data upon agreement) According to EN ISO 643 . Micropurity (data upon agreement) According to NFA 04-106 or ASTM E45 (ranking JK) max. Other tests according to standards. Surface protection • oiled • phosphated and oiled • outside surface of tube as chromating – upon agreement only Packaging Tubes are packed in round or hexagonal bundles of maximum 2000 kg each.2.D2.3. The bundle of tubes shall be marked with a label attached to the bundle. DS . ID over 15 mmm. totally max 0. Also according to ISO 4967 or EN 10 247 upon agreement. Marking Each tube shall be marked with Ink-Jet system along whole tube length according to standard or customer’s specification.2 specific inspection . Delivery condition Normalized: .1. exact lengths 0+10 mm) • on request other fixed lengths in the range 3 000 – 9 000 mm Straightness 3 mm/m.1 – STN. D .Dimensions Dimensions are given in Table 23. On request – paper below the stripes and plastic bags at the bundle ends.standard lengths 0+50 mm. A .B.1.Silicate.

Dimensions, flow cross section and weight of HPL tubes
Tolerance
Outside
Wall
Inside
of inside
diameter thickness diameter
diameter
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]

6
6
6
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
18
18
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
22
22
22
25
25
25
25
25

1
1,5
2
1
1,5
2
1
1,5
2
2,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
1
1,5
2
3
1
1,5
2
3
1,5
2
2,5
3
1,5
2
2,5
3
1,5
2
2,5
3
4
1,5
2
3
2
2,5
3
4
5

4
3
2
6
5
4
8
7
6
5
10
9
8
7
6
12
11
10
8
13
12
11
9
13
12
11
10
15
14
13
12
17
16
15
14
12
19
18
16
21
20
19
17
15

± 0,12
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,10
± 0,10
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,12
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,10
± 0,12
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,12
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,10
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,12
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15

Tolerances of outside diameter:
D: 6–30 mm
D: 35–38 mm
D: 42–50 mm
D: 55–60 mm
D: 70 mm
D: 80 mm
Other dimensions upon agreement.

Flow
cross
section
[cm2]

0,13
0,071
0,031
0,28
0,20
0,13
0,50
0,38
0,28
0,20
0,79
0,64
0,50
0,38
0,28
1,13
0,95
0,79
0,50
1,33
1,13
0,95
0,64
1,33
1,13
0,95
0,79
1,77
1,54
1,33
1,13
2,27
2,01
1,77
1,54
1,13
2,84
2,55
2,01
3,46
3,14
2,84
2,27
1,77

Table 23
Tolerance
Outside
Wall
Inside
of inside
diameter thickness diameter
diameter
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]

Weight
[kg/m]

0,123
0,166
0,197
0,173
0,240
0,296
0,222
0,314
0,395
0,462
0,271
0,389
0,493
0,586
0,666
0,321
0,462
0,592
0,814
0,345
0,499
0,641
0,888
0,536
0,691
0,832
0,962
0,610
0,789
0,956
1,11
0,684
0,888
1,08
1,26
1,58
0,758
0,986
1,41
1,13
1,39
1,63
2,07
2,47

28
28
28
28
28
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
38
38
38
38
38
42
42
42
50
50
50
50
55
55
55
55
60
60
60
60
70
70
70
70
80
80
80
80

±0,08 mm
±0,15 mm
±0,20 mm
±0,25 mm
±0,30 mm
±0,35 mm

78

1,5
2
3
4
5
2
2,5
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2,5
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
4
5
6
8
4
6
8
10
5
8
10
12,5
5
8
10
12,5
6
8
10
12,5

25
24
22
20
18
26
25
24
22
20
18
31
29
27
25
23
33
32
30
28
26
38
36
34
42
40
38
34
47
43
39
35
50
44
40
35
60
54
50
45
68
64
60
55

± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,08
± 0,08
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,15
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,20
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,25
± 0,30
± 0,30
± 0,30
± 0,30
± 0,35
± 0,35
± 0,35
± 0,35

Flow
cross
section
[cm2]

4,91
4,52
3,80
3,14
2,55
5,31
4,91
4,52
3,80
3,14
2,55
7,55
6,61
5,73
4,91
4,16
8,55
8,04
7,07
6,16
5,31
11,34
10,18
9,08
13,85
12,57
11,34
9,08
17,34
14,51
11,95
9,62
19,63
15,20
12,57
9,62
28,26
22,89
19,63
15,90
36,30
32,15
28,26
23,75

Weight
[kg/m]

0,980
1,28
1,85
2,37
2,84
1,38
1,70
2,00
2,57
3,08
3,55
1,63
2,37
3,06
3,70
4,29
2,19
2,59
3,35
4,07
4,74
1,97
2,89
3,75
4,54
5,55
6,51
8,29
5,03
7,25
9,27
11,10
6,78
10,26
12,33
14,64
8,02
12,23
14,80
17,72
10,95
14,21
17,26
20,81

Chemical composition and mechanical properties of steel for HPL tubes
Standards

Steel
grade

Chemical composition [%]
Pmax Smax

Cr

Ni

Mo

Cu

Other

Mechanical properties
Re
Rm
A5

C

Si

Mn

max.0,18
max.0,20

max.0,55

max.1,60

0,050
0,050

0,050
0,045

0,27–0,63

0,048

0,058

170
235
275
355

350
420
500

480
550
650

25
21
21

235
275
275

360
430
430

500
570
570

25
22
22

min min min max min min
MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi %

STN, ČSN
11 353
11 523
ASTM
A 822
DIN
1630

BS
3602/1
3603
UNI
7945

NFA
49-330
EN
10305-4

JIS
JOHS-102

max.0,18

Al min.0,015

235
353

340
510
25

310

St 37.4
St 44.4
St 52.4

max.0,17
max.0,20
max.0,22

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,55

min.0,35
min.0,40
max.1,60

0,040
0,040
0,040

0,040
0,040
0,035

CFS 360
CFS 430
430 LT

max.0,17
max.0,21
max.0,20

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35

0,30–0,80
0,40–1,20
0,60–1,20

0,035
0,035
0,035

0,035
0,035
0,035

Fe 280
Fe 320
Fe 360
Fe 410
Fe 490

max.0,13
max.0,16
max.0,17
max.0,21
max.0,23

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35

max.0,60
max.0,70
max.0,80
max.1,20
max.1,50

0,050
0,050
0,050
0,050
0,050

0,050
0,050
0,050
0,050
0,050

155
195
215
235
285

280
320
360
410
490

TU 37B
TU 52B

max.0,20
max.0,22

max.0,40
max.0,55

max.0,85
max.1,60

0,045
0,045

0,045
0,045

220
350

360
510

E215
E235
E355

max.0,10
max.0,17
max.0,22

max.0,05
max.0,35
max.0,55

max.0,70
max.1,20
max.1,60

0,025
0,025
0,025

0,015
0,015
0,015

215
235
355

290
350
500

OST 1
OST 2

max.0,20
max.0,55 0,25–0,60 0,040 0,040
0,08–0,18 0,10–0,35 0,30–0,60 0,035 0,035

180
200

450
450

Al max.0,06
Al max.0,06
Al min.0,020

Al min.0,025

max.0,20

Steels according to Standard PN - H see page 71

79

440
628

25
23
45

35

25
25
24
22
21
480
630

23
19
30
25
22

Pressure table for hydraulic tubes (MPa)
Steel 37.4 (E235) without specific testing according to 3.1.B (3.1)
Outside
diameter
[mm]

0,5

1,0

5
6
7
8
9
10
12
14
15
16
18
20
22
24
25
28
30
32
35
36
38
40
42
45
48
50
52
55
58
60
62
65
70
75
80
85
90
100
110
120

25,0
20,8
17,8
15,6
13,9
12,5
10,4
8,9
8,3
7,8
6,9
6,2

49,9
41,6
35,7
31,2
27,7
25,0
20,8
17,8
16,6
15,6
13,9
12,5
11,3
10,4
10,0
8,9
8,3
7,8
7,1
6,9
6,6
6,2

1,5

46,8
41,6
37,4
31,2
26,7
25,0
23,4
20,8
18,7
17,0
15,6
15,0
13,4
12,5
11,7
10,7
10,4
9,9
9,4
8,9
8,3
7,8
7,5
7,2
6,8
6,5
6,2
6,0
5,8
5,3
5,0
4,7

2,0

49,9
41,6
35,7
33,3
31,2
27,7
25,0
22,7
20,8
20,0
17,8
16,6
15,6
14,3
13,9
13,1
12,5
11,9
11,1
10,4
10,0
9,6
9,1
8,6
8,3
8,1
7,7
7,1
6,7
6,2
5,9
5,5
5,0
4,5

Table A

2,5

Wall thickness
3,0
3,5
4,0

4,5

5,0

6,0

7,0

8,0

9,0

10,0

44,6
41,6
39,0
34,7
31,2
28,4
26,0
25,0
22,3
20,8
19,5
17,8
17,3
16,4
15,6
14,9
13,9
13,0
12,5
12,0
11,3
10,8
10,4
10,1
9,6
8,9
8,3
7,8
7,3
6,9
6,2
5,7
5,2

49,9
46,8
41,6
37,4
34,0
31,2
29,9
26,7
25,0
23,4
21,4
20,8
19,7
18,7
17,8
16,6
15,6
15,0
14,4
13,6
12,9
12,5
12,1
11,5
10,7
10,0
9,4
8,8
8,3
7,5
6,8
6,2

51,0
46,8
44,9
40,1
37,4
35,1
32,1
31,2
29,6
28,1
26,7
25,0
23,4
22,5
21,6
20,4
19,4
18,7
18,1
17,3
16,0
15,0
14,0
13,2
12,5
11,2
10,2
9,4

49,9
44,6
41,6
39,0
35,7
34,7
32,8
31,2
29,7
27,7
26,0
25,0
24,0
22,7
21,5
20,8
20,1
19,2
17,8
16,6
15,6
14,7
13,9
12,5
11,3
10,4

49,9
46,8
42,8
41,6
39,4
37,4
35,7
33,3
31,2
29,9
28,8
27,2
25,8
25,0
24,2
23,0
21,4
20,0
18,7
17,6
16,6
15,0
13,6
12,5

46,0
43,7
41,6
38,8
36,4
34,9
33,6
31,8
30,1
29,1
28,2
26,9
25,0
23,3
21,8
20,6
19,4
17,5
15,9
14,6

49,9
47,5
44,4
41,6
39,9
38,4
36,3
34,4
33,3
32,2
30,7
28,5
26,6
25,0
23,5
22,2
20,0
18,2
16,6

46,8
44,9
43,2
40,8
38,7
37,4
36,2
34,6
32,1
29,9
28,1
26,4
25,0
22,5
20,4
18,7

49,9
48,0
45,4
43,0
41,6
40,3
38,4
35,7
33,3
31,2
29,4
27,7
25,0
22,7
20,8

48,5
43,7
39,7
36,4
34,9
31,2
29,1
27,3
25,0
24,3
23,0
21,8
20,8
19,4
18,2
17,5
16,8
15,9
15,1
14,6
14,1
13,4
12,5
11,6
10,9
10,3
9,7
8,7
7,9
7,3

49,9
45,4
41,6
39,9
35,7
33,3
31,2
28,5
27,7
26,3
25,0
23,8
22,2
20,8
20,0
19,2
18,2
17,2
16,6
16,1
15,4
14,3
13,3
12,5
11,7
11,1
10,0
9,1
8,3

Theoretical alloved operating pressure without test certificate [MPa] is calculated according to DIN 2413-93 by 20°C (1 MPa = 10 bar)

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4 Theoretical alloved operating pressure without test certificate [MPa] is calculated according to DIN 2413-93 by 20°C (1 MPa = 10 bar) 81 .2 52.6 21.9 47.5 12.1 47.2 13.7 42.5 38.5 24.4 37.5 42.6 56.6 34.7 11.0 14.9 8.2 12.0 28.0 19.3 20.5 35.1.1 14.2 33.8 11.0 49.8 20.3 39.2 36.0 32.8 14.4 34.3 27.6 19.6 22.3 26.7 5.2 21.5 51.3 10.2 13.3 25.2 18.9 12.9 8.5 7.8 35.7 14.2 11.4 10.4 33.4 31.0 15.3 10.0 6.8 19.3 25.7 43.2 15.4 34.0 50.1 24.5 39.5 1.3 35.5 28.2 40.7 18.4 33.8 36.9 56.9 53.3 9.0 15.3 10.3 20.3 25.2 12.2 18.3 20.6 26.8 23.9 17.0 25.6 17.5 47.2 49.0 50.3 56.3 26.2 13.9 11.3 23.5 Wall thickness 3.0 7.1 58.0 20.9 15.0 18.2 18.9 30.6 10.1 9.3 23.9 29.7 13.B (3.2 12.4 8.9 9.6 20.3 7.6 12.9 17.2 44.9 6.5 7.5 28.1 37.4 32.5 5.4 16.3 28.6 22.2 22.1 51.1 9.2 7.7 6.2 Table B 2.3 10.0 15.3 22.3 26.3 40.9 14.2 36.1 41.1 56.3 5.5 41.7 5.2 23.4 28.7 19.0 15.4 31.1 47.3 14.8 35.5 14.3 17.3 25.2 11.0 4.4 44.0 45.2 10.9 15.6 31.2 45.1 6.3 27.3 27.0 3.7 50.5 29.5 18.8 23.1 34.3 22.1 16.6 20.9 17.4 21.4 5.3 39.2 13.3 40.7 15.6 19.3 25.6 22.1 12.0 8.3 9.3 43.6 45.4 (E235) with specific testing 3.4 33.5 39.0 56.0 16.2 14.3 17.7 8.7 7.6 10.1 8.1 31.4 8.0 17.4 35.3 23.7 20.1 49.1 11.6 25.4 28.7 54.1 18.1 9.1 20.2 44.5 40.1 6.2 15.6 24.0 9.2 39.0 8.6 22.9 7.0 21.4 34.8 23.8 23.7 20.9 8.9 30.2 24.7 14.2 45.9 7.7 17.4 47.4 8.6 41.5 48.3 26.4 28.2 13.2 17.6 11.5 37.7 7.2 44.6 47.2 17.0 9.9 10.8 9.9 7.5 53.7 31.3 7.5 16.3 19.7 21.3 31.6 23.8 35.2 42.7 35.7 25.5 4.7 14.8 20.6 35.9 32.6 7.7 16.5 28.6 22.5 28.2 13.7 16.7 14.6 10.6 11.4 32.3 26.2 12.7 51.7 15.0 42.5 24.7 16.8 10.4 8.8 11.6 55.1 11.8 11.1 48.6 47.7 14.8 11.3 56.3 12.6 22.6 18.3 39.4 15.7 15.5 14.0 53.9 17.5 6.7 54.1) Outside diameter [mm] 0.7 47.9 18.3 23.7 14.4 30.8 56.3 12.4 26.5 35.5 56.4 31.2 28.8 11.0 28.0 30.1 32.1 41.0 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 25 28 30 32 35 36 38 40 42 45 48 50 52 55 58 60 62 65 70 75 80 85 90 100 110 120 28.6 40.7 53.5 23.9 7.0 9.7 30.9 17.2 44.4 11.1 7.5 37.5 29.1 9.7 17.4 9.2 45.3 2.6 18.5 37.1 1.2 29.9 21.0 30.9 10.8 28.0 10.7 38.6 47.6 47.2 42.5 28.4 35.1 6.9 11.4 8.7 53.5 28.4 30.7 21.7 47.5 23.4 23.2 22.0 16.2 18.Pressure table for hydraulic tubes (MPa) Steel 37.4 33.2 19.5 8.5 37.3 27.2 40.9 36.1 5.1 7.8 35.1 46.8 18.1 39.1 51.8 24.0 31.

2 13.7 53.7 56.2 16.4 33.7 56.4 18.6 14.7 20.5 30.7 60.5 4.3 26.8 21.6 58.9 10.1) Outside diameter [mm] 0.0 66.4 34.0 48.6 15.8 66.5 42.2 17.4 27.8 22.0 46.6 31.1 74.8 28.3 21.3 60.7 24.6 40.0 24.7 56.3 52.0 18.3 18.5 41.8 69.1 27.6 13.7 58.1 8.2 10.5 39.6 13.5 39.7 15.5 9.0 36.0 25.3 26.0 15.6 36.0 19.4 35.0 28.3 60.2 17.8 8.7 58.3 27.8 60.1 31.8 27.8 68.9 40.8 20.4 40.6 49.1 11.7 11.0 22.3 22.2 17.5 1.0 4.5 24.6 45.4 28.3 65.4 29.1 51.0 42.1 72.4 25.2 17.1 28.4 (E355) without specific testing according to 3.2 36.0 12.4 46.8 21.6 14.7 42.1 41.2 20.2 23.5 Wall thickness 3.0 14.0 24.9 45.8 20.2 17.2 16.2 19.3 56.1 11.2 16.3 32.3 22.2 30.5 43.9 12.0 49.3 7.2 67.2 14.5 40.1 39.1 9.6 45.1 9.9 20.4 21.5 40.9 30.1 24.9 19.1 26.2 14.9 50.6 72.3 68.0 26.7 57.4 10.0 50.3 6.1 11.5 38.6 12.2 18.Pressure table for hydraulic tubes (MPa) Steel St 52.2 12.3 65.2 29.4 34.3 24.5 26.6 45.1 1.0 39.0 48.6 19.7 41.0 50.1 26.8 21.7 11.1 51.0 33.5 18.1 7.7 52.2 46.8 63.1 30.0 8.6 15.3 16.7 56.8 70.4 30.9 30.5 36.6 15.0 3.4 14.5 42.2 22.5 43.6 47.7 14.1.0 65.8 43.4 20.8 20.0 45.4 13.5 5.8 19.2 15.3 6.5 23.6 15.4 28.4 26.7 58.8 27.2 14.9 19.7 45.7 54.2 33.4 26.5 54.4 33.4 30.6 9.0 48.0 12.1 63.2 18.2 60.5 43.4 33.5 68.4 20.0 60.2 72.1 Theoretical alloved operating pressure without test certificate [MPa] is calculated according to DIN 2413-93 by 20°C (1 MPa = 10 bar) 82 .9 9.0 39.2 21.0 9.9 13.5 24.6 52.9 36.7 36.2 72.9 50.6 45.0 24.4 10.8 60.4 10.2 18.3 25.3 24.5 16.6 10.5 41.4 28.4 34.0 45.5 31.5 19.4 9.4 9.4 34.7 52.8 15.2 62.2 19.5 41.4 70.7 32.8 41.3 26.3 25.7 37.8 21.4 7.5 22.7 12.7 72.6 72.4 30.8 2.0 22.6 Table C 2.3 36.4 34.7 54.0 12.2 14.3 23.9 52.2 15.8 60.4 37.6 45.2 18.2 12.2 17.6 16.6 56.0 21.9 9.9 18.8 45.6 38.0 53.0 52.0 12.5 25.5 43.2 12.1 8.0 13.8 65.1 11.0 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 25 28 30 32 35 36 38 40 42 45 48 50 52 55 58 60 62 65 70 75 80 85 90 100 110 120 36.1 30.4 32.5 54.6 8.6 51.8 29.9 21.4 28.0 26.7 9.5 36.5 29.0 48.8 36.6 47.5 68.3 62.5 37.4 32.4 29.0 13.1 11.9 36.4 30.2 14.6 25.0 72.2 48.4 34.8 20.4 10.6 52.8 31.4 64.4 10.4 44.4 60.3 22.0 60.8 68.9 9.5 36.0 38.4 35.7 39.0 44.0 31.6 18.7 10.9 18.3 72.0 24.7 57.1 31.0 59.1 9.7 13.1 10.9 36.0 6.1 15.6 13.6 45.8 7.3 22.5 54.8 60.5 23.6 63.1 16.0 36.9 15.4 29.1 30.4 29.8 18.B (3.4 35.0 10.9 53.0 7.1 32.1 8.0 36.

1 62.Pressure table for hydraulic tubes (MPa) Steel St 52.6 40.8 17.5 72.4 64.1 19.5 28.0 28.1 1.3 16.8 16.7 42.1 60.5 14.3 36.8 33.9 31.0 22.0 20.7 60.4 21.0 42.7 40.1 57.4 (E355) with specific testing 3.0 50.1 11.6 16.8 30.6 40.5 32.0 9.8 24.7 36.2 27.9 17.7 71.5 75.4 12.6 21.0 44.7 45.2 10.0 10.2 28.9 57.3 37.8 11.7 56.7 40.2 29.5 53.5 32.3 16.5 4.2 10.4 28.9 15.3 47.3 36.4 12.1 18.4 21.1 18.9 67.3 27.4 57.9 44.1 40.1 64.1 82.4 61.5 53.7 34.2 21.8 15.3 28.6 11.1 35.2 31.5 28.1 18.6 15.7 33.2 27.4 13.5 31.5 22.5 43.5 32.7 21.4 58.3 17.1 7.5 8.5 28.7 9.2 10.4 12.5 14.7 14.7 20.5 67.4 26.9 16.0 67.5 72.1 63.2 20.9 25.3 47.1 15.4 44.5 31.9 57.4 20.1 15.5 43.7 41.2 23.3 36.5 15.2 67.2 30.5 75.7 10.5 1.2 70.5 53.9 8.5 78.1.3 43.2 28.4 13.2 15.5 20.1 14.8 14.1 16.3 38.1 40.4 16.3 29.2 33.5 71.2 17.5 53.2 33.3 16.5 67.1 80.0 40.8 75.9 35.8 25.4 20.0 6.2 31.5 76.5 64.6 33.4 56.7 65.6 11.8 28.3 33.9 49.9 24.7 51.0 24.6 12.8 80.2 48.6 58.6 35.6 34.2 22.2 22.0 22.8 26.0 29.3 46.5 75.3 35.4 11.5 32.5 33.6 20.1 18.5 60.5 30.3 75.3 16.1 7.3 48.3 37.8 25.4 50.0 3.4 12.5 11.5 Wall thickness 3.0 80.5 73.4 10.1 40.1 25.9 50.3 23.8 25.5 53.1 14.4 40.8 23.3 44.7 56.4 67.3 70.5 80.1 64.9 41.6 13.6 8.3 47.8 16.1 64.2 22.1 11.1 18.1 18.1 9.2 80.3 20.8 11.0 8.2 22.3 8.3 37.0 4.9 17.8 48.4 20.2 51.3 35.1 19.1 19.4 Theoretical alloved operating pressure without test certificate [MPa] is calculated according to DIN 2413-93 by 20°C (1 MPa = 10 bar) 83 .6 23.6 11.6 17.2 30.4 25.7 51.8 25.0 10.9 13.8 25.5 69.0 44.6 13.7 50.9 33.9 58.0 20.9 50.3 44.7 41.6 24.0 45.0 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 25 28 30 32 35 36 38 40 42 45 48 50 52 55 58 60 62 65 70 75 80 85 90 100 110 120 40.9 40.2 34.5 67.3 48.8 32.5 50.5 10.8 26.2 25.5 2.7 22.1 16.7 50.5 31.3 39.8 32.4 54.5 31.8 20.1 62.2 24.5 25.0 21.7 36.3 39.2 34.5 18.8 26.1 80.7 40.B (3.8 50.5 77.9 67.9 30.5 67.6 55.1 60.6 60.6 33.7 50.5 55.0 58.2 24.3 33.9 55.3 47.3 38.3 43.3 26.4 18.9 53.2 24.2 27.6 51.2 69.6 47.3 37.4 57.3 45.8 26.1 14.4 50.3 Table D 2.3 42.2 29.3 46.0 71.2 23.0 10.2 23.4 54.0 26.9 62.6 11.4 13.9 16.1 9.2 28.5 46.4 67.3 37.3 45.4 40.1 9.1 37.1 74.4 13.8 26.4 13.2 13.7 80.0 7.1 57.1 12.8 16.1 8.0 20.6 10.9 40.7 33.0 37.4 73.7 50.1 14.1 62.3 43.4 12.9 61.4 80.1) Outside diameter [mm] 0.5 69.2 22.2 32.4 55.8 26.0 12.5 5.9 40.6 67.

CFS 10. St 52 CFS 3. (ČSN 42 6718. EN 10305-2. Eddy current test upon request according to PRP 02-74.1. DIN 2391 Seamless precision steel tubes. (See also page 10).C. Delivery conditions (see pages 63 and 88) • BK (+C) – cold finished/hard (without heat treatment) • BKW (+LC) – cold finished/soft • BKS (+SR) – cold drawnn and stress relieve annealed • NBK (+N) – normalized Testing Tubes are tested according to the production standards. EN 10305-3 and analogous standards). Production process Precision steel tubes: seamless or welded as cold sized or welded as cold drawn. 3. CFS 5. CFS 8. TU 20MV6 Other standards and steel grades upon agreement (EN 10305-1.1. Packaging In round bundles of maximum weight 2 tons each. Part 4: Specific requirements for cold finished seamless steel tubes. St 30Al. 90 and 91. Deliveries according to TDC of customer upon agreement. ISO 8353-1. BS 6323-4 Specification for seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile. Surface protection Without protection or oiled. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards ASTM A519 Seamless carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing. St 30Si). 3.B. 64–68 and Tables 24 and 25 p. fastened with steel strips. Marking According to the production standards or. DIN 73000. steel grades 12015. St 45. NF A49-310 Steel tubes – Seamless precision tubes for mechanical application. CFS 11 TU 37-b. 84 . TU 52-b. Lengths • random 3–9 m • exact cut lengths • cutting of tubes (tubes can be also worked by other technologies – see page 92) Steel grade Steel is shown in the table of chemical composition and mechanical properties. CFS 4. colour stencilling along whole tube length according to customer specification..2.Tubes for automotive industry Production programm – see Tables 16–20 p. on request. Injection tubes Tubes for injection system of Diesel engines are produced upon agreement. mechanical and general engineering purposes. Standards Steel grade ASTM A519 DIN 2391 BS 6323 Part 4 NF A49-310 Table 1 and 2 of standard St 35. Certified test report According to DIN 50049 (EN 10204)2.

2.15 mm D ≥ 50 mm: 0 + 0. Testing Testing according to DIN 17 230. Deliveries according standard EN ISO 683-17 too: • Dimensions and tolerances upon agreement.10 Cu max 0.50 Si 0.01–70 3–8 Lengths 3 000 ±500 mm Tolerances wall thickness C 0. Microstructure Tested according to SEP 1520: • size of carbide 2.1 25. Hardness by quenching test is min 61 HRc.5 mm/3000 mm 0 + 0.010 Delivery condition (heat treatment) GKZ + K + G – annealed for globular carbide + cold finished + soft annealed. S max 0.01–29 3–5 29.1).10 Straightness 1 mm/1000 mm. NDT upon agreement according to EN 10246-3 E2H and EN 10246-7 U2/B and test of material identification of alloy steel.5–4 mm x 45°.3.017 Steel grade DIN 17 230 – 100Cr6 (or 14 109 according STN.0 • carbide net 5.015 Cr 1.30 P max 0.1.90 1. Marking Bundles are marked with label.8 40.3 – released Certified test report According to DIN 50049 .15 0. Dispersion of hardness along the tube length max 15 HB. (3. Surface condition The tubes are delivered with surface after soft annealing.Bearings tubes Dimensions of precision bearings tubes: Outside diameter Wall thickness [mm] [mm] 22–25 3–4. Hardness After soft annealing is 174 – 220 HB.30 0.25 mm ±7.01–32 3–6. ČSN). Max depth of defects is 0.30 1.65 Ni max 0. Possible to deliver also in condition Hot finished. • Surface condition and designation: Hot formed – without or HW Cold drawn – CD • Heat treatment and delivery condition: Without heat treatment – without or +U Heat treatment for sferoidization and cold drawn +AC+C Heat treatment for sferoidization +AC Micropurity Tested according to DIN 50602. one end bevelled 0. Demagnetizing Residual magnetism max 10 Oe.01–40 3–7.3 – continuous max 7. 85 .7 32.15 Sn max 0. Surface protection Oiled.B.EN 10204 . Notes: 1. max 2. Total value (oxide + sulphide) K3 —< 10.25 mm inclusive decarbonizing.5 % (upon agreement ±5 %) D < 50 mm: outside diameter Mn 0.1 – 2.2 • carbide line spacing max 6. Packaging Tubes are packed in bundles of weight of 1 000–3 000 kg.3 • lamellar pearlite 3. Tube ends Plain square cut ends.

86 . Steel grades E155. 6 . 24/Page 90 • delivers upon agreement JIS G 3445 Table 10/Page 52 Tolerances are depend on method of production and OD (definition of type see page 89): Type1 (AWHR) . Welded tubes for heat appliances (exchangers etc. E235.15 mm T > 1. Tab. 5. min. Tolerance D ± 1%. E275. Upon agreement also tubes according to EN 10296-1.35 mm see Table 2 of standard Without heat treatment: ±0.Tab.643 49 . +A.15* • T/D > 1/40 ±0. E460. E355. tolerance T ± 10% (weld except).5%/±0.35 mm • Values for tubes without heat treatment in conditons +CR1. 0 +100 mm • exact .tolerances: 0.5% • standard 6 m 0 +100 mm min ±0. 7 of Standard Type 2 (AWCR) .20* • T/D > 1/48 ±0. 5 of St.5m) Tolerances of lengths Table 10 and 11 of Standard D under 8 in (203mm) 0.4 m.5–2 m 0 +3 mm 2–5 m 0 +5 mm 5–8 m 0 +10 mm > 8 m – upon agreement T ≤ 3 mm ±10 % • random T > 3 mm ±8 % (weld except) • fixed • exact .8%/±0.5 mm.tolerances: 0.25* • T/D < 1/48 – upon agreement * minimum value in mm UNI 7947 STN ČSN 42 6713 See table 24 T ≤ 2 mm ±6 % T > 2 mm ±8 % (Note . Tab.5 mm ±0. Condition +U.1.5–2 m 0 +3 mm 2–5 m 0 +5 mm 5–8 m 0 +10 mm > 8 m – upon agreement • max L = 15 m – upon agreement ±10% max ±0.T max ±0.645) Lengths • standard 6 m/6. E195.) see page 48.5 mm ±0.2%L D > 16 mm 2 mm/m Total max 0.tolerances: 0. +CR2 • For heat treated tubes possibilty to increase tolerances • Ovality in D tolerances • Other tolerances upon agreement DIN 2394-1 BS 6323-5 XPA (NF A) 49-646 (replaces NF A: 49 . ± 0.15 mm • random • fixed tol ±500 mm • exact . tol.2%L Normalized tubes: • T/D > 1/20 ±0. +N.Tab.030in/3ft (0.Tab.Cold sized precision welded tubes StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range EN 10305-3 Table 24/Page 90 Dimensions Tolerance D See table 24 Tolerance T T ≤ 1.5 mm • exact L < 4 m 0 +3 mm min ±0. 6 of Standard Type 3.upon agreement. 9 of Standard • random 3 mm/m • fixed ±500 mm Total alloved flexion = • exact 0 +50 mm conjunction of toler• multiplies of precise 5 mm.6%/±0. standard from 1976) GOST 10704 PN-H 74241 ASTM A513 Table 5/Page 31 • table of seamless tubes is valid • interval in range of tab.5–2 m 0 +3 mm 2–5 m 0 +5 mm 5–8 m 0 +10 mm > 8 m – upon agreement T ≤ 1.2 (number behind DS) Summary of precision welded mechanical tubes is shown in this part. ance and lenght cut +50 mm Standard over 5 ft (1. +CR.13 mm Straightness Tube ends D > 15 m 3 mm/m • square cut ends • free from excessive burrs • plain ends Visually straight D > 16 mm 2 mm/m Total max 0. Tab.5% min ±0.1 tied with surface .10 mm • specific 0 +50 mm T > 1. 4.5 mm ±7. Mode of production EW. 4 of St. 8 of St.76mm/1m) See page 24 Notes: * Technological tests at heat treated tubes only ** Condition .542 49 .

2.3 – cold finished as drawn • dimensions • visual • straightness • tensile test .2 • 3.W. The tubes in condition +CR 1 are not annealed too.3 µm (beyond weld area) 6323/ 1. ČSN 42 0152.1. • optional .C. Cold sized welded square and rectangular tubes according to the standard EN 10 305 . EN 10 208-1. DIN 2458.B Test results 10204/2.2 3.2 – free of scale . 4.C See also page 10 Other TDC Marking Label on bundle Upon agreement Data: • manufacturer • dimension • standard • steel • cast number • condition • identification number Surface protection Packing • without Bundle with • upon agreement steel strips 50049/2. EN 10 139. Upon agreement also tubes of steel grades according standards: EN 10 130.B • 3. EN 10 149 and EN 10 268.see Surface) rolled steel • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions • hardness • NDT upon agreement Certificate 10204: 2. Strips for production of tubes which are delivered in condition +CR 2 (steel type of E190) are thermomechanically rolled and therefore the tubes are not annealed.1.1+ test certificate . EN 10 217-1.9+ upon agreement Welded cold sized Possible conditons: BKM BKS GBK NBK Welded cold sized • no final thermal treatment • annealed • normalized Tube or bundle Data: • manufacturer • dimension • type •order • standard See page 21 Deliveries also according standards: EN 10 219-1.5 ERW1 ERW2 ERW3 ERW4 ERW5 Welded cold sized Possible conditons: KM GKM NKM 49-646 ED 03 ES 200 ES 250 ES 300 ES 380 ED 420 ES 185 ES 235 ES 275 ES 355 Fe 280 Fe 320 Fe 360 Fe 410 Fe 460 11 320 11 343 11 373 11 523 Welded cold sized No heat treated 7947 42 0142 10707 74241 A513 G3445 1050: 10 20 84023: 08XA 12X 84020: St3SX 84018: 18G2A MT1010 MT1015 MT1020 MTX1015 MTX1020 1008 1010 1012 1015 1020 Testing and certificates Condition Welded cold sized Possible conditons: + CR1 +A +N Welded cold sized Delivery condition: + CR2 Welded cold sized Normalized Welded cold sized Not heat treated = .upon agreement Roughness Ra ≤ 4 µm Grade A Grade C: • visual • tensile test • flattening* • drift expanding* Optional upon agreement • product analysis • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • leak tightness Strip condition: Non-specific • A1 – raw black • A2 – pickled Specific: Ra ≤ 3 µm • product analysis • A3 – cold rolled • tensile test • A4 – suitable for • dimensions chromating Ra ≤ 0.H.1. DIN 1628. ČSN 42 0121 upon agreement only.R (Tube types and their numbers Welded from cold .B (upon agreement) .Steel grade TDC standards 10305-3 2394-2 Name E155 E195 E235 E275 E355 E190 E220 E260 E320 E370 E420 RSt 34-2 RSt 37-2 St 44-2 St 52-3 Surface Strip condition: • S1 – raw black • S2 – pickled • S3 – cold rolled • S4 – coated Welded cold sized Possible conditons: BKM GBK NBK Roughness Ra ≤ 6.1. 87 . ČSN 42 5723. DIN 2395 -1.0 – raw black .2.+1 • other upon agreement Type 1 A.1 steel grade behind** Testing Non-specific Specific: • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions Outside weld seam • visual removing. 2. ČSN 42 6936.2+ inspection .A • 3.R Welded from hot rolled steel (upon agreement) Type 2 A. DIN 1626.1.but the tubes (steel) are suitable for final annealing (of product).4 µm • A5 – coated . 3.W. EN 10 224.0 steel grade behind Normalized = . ČSN 42 6935.5.1 3.1 – matte .

Cold drawn precision welded tubes StanDimensional dards standards Dimensional range EN 10305-2 Table 25/Page 91 Dimensions Tolerance D Tolerance T At ordering D x T: See table 25 ±7. +CR2 +A +N BKM – cold calibrated. +CR2 • possibility to shift tolerance for max ±0.2 mm 0 +0.15 mm • 50–70 mm ±0.030in/3ft (0.L locally max 3 mm/m • random • fixed • exact – tolerance: 4–5 m 0 +5 mm 5–7 m 0 +10 mm > 7 m – upon agreement D > 15 mm 0. CR2 – not heat treated. steel grade according to PN-H 84023 and NFA 49-341.1 mm T > 1 mm ±7.35 mm heat treated tubes • ovality included in D tolerances • other tolerances upon agreement DIN 2393-1 See table 25 BS 6323-6 Ratio D/T max 33:1: • ≤ 30 mm ±0.7 mm 0 +0.3%L locally max 3 mm/m ±7.002. Part 6 for welded tubes. SD. TS 34-a. HPL tubes standards are in EN standards – Part 4 for seamless tubes. Valid for conditions: MD.upon agreement UNI 7946 STN ČSN 42 6714 ASTM A513 See table 25 See page 86 ±7.5m) Tolerances of lengths Table 10 and 11 of Standard According to the possibilities of producer and agreement D under 8 in (203mm) 0.5% • Data for no heat treated tubes min ±0.25%L Reh > 500 MPa 0.20 mm • 70–90 mm ±0.13 mm • interval in range of tab.10 mm • 30–50 mm ±0. M NBK rectangular 10305-5 +CR1.1 mm 0 +0. D = 38.10 mm agreement) tubes is valid D = 12. suitable for final (product) annealing. steels TS 30-a. • square cut ends Reh ≤ 500 MPa • free from excessive 0.7–38. MDSR.0015. Summary of delivery conditions and heat treatment of precision tubes according to DIN and EN (see also page 63): Cold finished Cold finished Cold finished Annealed Normalized hard soft stress relieved Seamless 2391-2 BK BKW BKS GBK NBK drawn 10305-1 +C +LC +SR +A +N Welded 2393-2 BK BKW BKS GBK NBK drawn 10305-2 +C +LC +SR +A +N Welded 2394-2 BKM GBK NBK calibrated 10305-3 +CR1.25 mm Ratio D/T > 33:1 .8 mm/m . • plain ends Reh > 500 MPa 0. hot strip.35 mm Straightness Tube ends D > 15 mm.5 % See page 86 A512 Table 18/Page 66 Drawing without mandrel: (upon • table of seamless D ≤ 12.05 mm in condition +CR1. TS 42-a.1 mm T ≤ 1 mm ±0. TS 47-a.76mm/1m) 0. TS 37-a. Tube kind Standards 88 . without final annealing (see page 86). +CR2 +A +N Welded 2395-2 BKM.upon agreement It does not pay for annealed and smalldiameter tubes.5% max ±0.L burrs D > 15 mm.5% min ±0. M – cold calibrated.1–76. CR1 – not heat treated. These are delivered in condition +N. SDSR Notes: * Technological tests at heat treated tubes only Upon agreement also tubes according to PN-H 74243.25 mm 25/Page 91 Mandrel drawn: • delivers See table 4 of Standard upon agreement Lengths • random 4–7 m • fixed 4–7 m ±500 mm • exact – tolerance: 4–5 m 0 +5 mm 5–7 m 0 +10 mm > 7 m – upon agreement Drawing without mandrel: ±15 % ±10 % ±10 % • random • fixed • exact – tolerance: 2–5 m 0 +7 mm > 5 m 0 +15 mm Standard over 5 ft (1.

no final thermal treatment MDSR – mandrel drawn and stress relieved SDSR – sink drawn and stress relieved MDSA – mandrel drawn and soft annealed or normalized SDSA – sink drawn and soft annealed or normalized NORM-MD-SR –normalized. Carbon and Alloy steel) Thermal treatments Sizing methods A – annealed HF – hot finished N – normalized CW – cold worked QT – quenched and tempered RT – rough turned SR – stress relieved or finish anneal G – ground 89 .Steel grade TDC standards 10305-2 Testing and certificates Name E155 E195 E235 E275 E355 Condition Welded cold drawn Possible steel condition: +C +LC +SR +A +N Surface Typical of the production process and tube delivery condition. sink drawn cold rolled steel 5 M.1.• NDT upon agreement duction process Tube or bundle Data: • manufacturer • dimension • type •order • standard Mechanical Tubing according to ASTM A –sizing methods and thermal treatments ASTM A512 (buttweld and cold drawn Carbon steel) Condition MD – mandrel drawn.2 GradeC: 3. sink drawn hot rolled steel 4 S.annealed.R.S.R.D Possible steel condition: MD .R.I. Roughness Ra ≤ 4 µm (except seam section) 2393-2 RSt34-2 RSt37-2 St44-2 St52-3 Welded cold drawn Possible steel condition: BK BKW BKS GBK NBK Ra ≤ 6.2 Upon agreement • 3. special smooth inside diameter Thermal conditions : no final thermal treatment. Carbon and Alloy steel) Condition (sizing methods) Type Code letters Description 1 A.D. no final thermal treatment MDSR SDSR MDSA SDSA Norm-MD-SR Norm-SD-SR • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions • hardness Typical of the pro.mandrel drawn and stress relieved NORM-SD-SR – normalized.C.1.H.D. mandrel drawn 6 S.1.C.B • dimensions • visual • tensile test • flattening* • drift expanding* Optional upon agreement • product analysis Test results • tensile test • flattening • drift expanding • leak tightness – upon agreement Surface protection Packing • without protection Bundle with • upon agreement steel strips See page 87 42 0142 A513 Testing Steel grade – see page 87 Type 2 – A.C.C. no final thermal treatment SD .D.I.1.W.sink drawn and stress relieved ASTM A513 (resistance welded. no final thermal treatment SD – sink drawn.R.W.B • 3.S.D Type 6 – S.D. as welded from hot rolled steel 2 A.sink drawn.W.H.D.R Type 4 – S.6 CEW1 CEW2 CEW3 CEW4 CEW5 Welded cold drawn Possible steel condition: BK BKW GBK NBK 7946 Fe280 Fe320 Fe360 Fe410 Fe460 A512 Other TDC Certificate Marking 10204: Label on bundle 2.C Non-specific Specific: • product analysis • tensile test • dimensions • visual See also Optional upon agreement page 10 GradeA 50049/2. normalized ASTM A519 (seamless. as welded from cold rolled steel 3 S.3 µm BS6323/1.A • 3.R Type 5 – M.stress relieved.mandrel drawn.

Grades.47 1.1. 3.55 4.58 3. Dimensions and weight of precision welded cold sized tubes according to European standards Outside diameter D [mm] DN Tolerance (19) 20 22 ± 0.04 4.025 1.24 1.61 2.50 8.38 9.05 1 0.32 2.00 1.897 1.44 1.59 2.63 1.03 3. 3.911 1.98 2.966 1.6. PN-H-84 018 High strength low alloy steel.25.60 6. BS 6323 Specification for seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile.40 90 Dimesions upon agreement: 1.79 1.98 3.3.0 1.88 5.18 0.22 4.16 2.58 4.3. Part 2: TDC.15 1.70 2.48 5.469 0.2 2.44 Table 24 3.518 0.92 2. square and rectangular section longitudinally induction welded.05 > T/D — > 0.78 5.05 1. XP A49-646 Precision tubes of round. 27.11 2.0 4.34 1.22 3.556 0.62 3.5 3.48 Outside diameter – 24. EN 10296-1 Welded steel tubes for mechanical and engineering purposes.25 50 55 ± 0.8. TDC.888 0.05 2. PN-H-84 023/7 Steel for determined purposes. 42. 42.90 3. Pipe steel. PN-H.8 0.15 25 30 32 35 ± 0. 2.764 0. ASTM A513 Standard specification for electric-resistance-welded carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing.758 0.20 38 40 45 ± 0.55 4.82 2.527 0.96 3. 31. 38.5 < 0.5 1.35 3.34 4. PN-H-84024 Steels for elevated temperature service.21 0.41 1. Dimensions. TDC.07 1.616 0.39 6.647 0.704 0.List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards of cold sized tubes STN 42 0142 ČSN 42 0142 Welded steel tubes precision or threaded.962 1. 26.51 7.53 2.13 1. GOST 10 704 Steel tubes electrically welded.74 2.59 1. Grades. STN 42 0152 ČSN 42 0152 Longitudinally welded smooth tubes made of steel groups 11 and 12. Dimensions. 3.592 0.54 5.26 0.24 1.74 2.0 Tube weight [kg/m] 0.87 2.2 1.09 1.33 0. JIS G3445 Carbon steel tubes for machine structural purposes.19 2.75. PN-H-84 020 Structural unalloyed steel for general purposes.684 0.35 80 ± 0.838 0.74 6.38 1.37 1.00 1.15 3.85 4.29 2.02 1.5 5.78 1.00 2.025 2 90 .36 2.03 5. TDC.94 2.48 1.61 1.16 7. GOST 10 707 Cold deformed steel tubes electrically welded.68 4. DIN 2394 As-welded and sized precision steel tubes.4. 25.47 3.869 1.60 7. ISO 3306 Plain end as-welded and sized precision steel tubes.04 2.14 3.45 4.49 6.31 2.25 1.2.911 1.05 5. EN 10305-3 Steel tubes for precision applications.42 1.09 1.93 3.70 1.25 10.8 Tolerances of outside diameter of heat treated tubes (see also page 88) Ratio T/D Tolerances from Table 24 are multiplied by: > 0.92 Wall thickness [mm] 2.20 1.47 3.86 3. 48.62 1.0 2.808 0.444 0.63 1.24 3.03 1. External diameter up to 152 mm.39 1.78 2.14 2. TDC.70 4.912 0. Part 1: Dimensions.76 5.852 0.51 1. UNI 7947 Precision plain end welded steel tubes. 28.48 2. TDC STN 42 5723 ČSN 42 5723 Longitudinally welded smooth tubes made of steel groups 11 and 12.0 2.16 4. PN-H-74 241 Welded cold calibrated steel tubes.72 2. Part 1: Non alloy and alloy steel tubes.86 3. Dimensions.986 1.12 2. 51.5 4.13 1.08 1. mechanical and general engineering purposes.30 1.30 60 70 ± 0.52 6.15 1.838 0.37 2.84019 Unalloyed wrought steel for case hardening and for quenching and tempering.27 8.35 3.01 9. 82 Wall thickness – 2.59 1. External diameter up to 152 mm.4.46 2. Part 3: Welded cold sized tubes. Part 5: Specific requirements for electric resistance welded and induction welded steel tubes. 48.01 4.765 0.61 1.27 0.85 2. 50. Dimensions STN 42 6713 ČSN 42 6713 Precision welded steel tubes.715 0.35 1.78 8.

6±0.6±0.15 38±0.15 35.4±0.15 12.15 34±0.8 3 3.15 6.30 0.08 30.4±0.15 34±0.6±0.4±0.15 Wall thickness [mm] 1.25 53±0.4±0.15 29±0.4±0.15 11±0.15 22±0.15 12±0.25 54.08 22.6±0.08 24.15 22±0.25 56.6±0.15 37.4±0.20 50±0.15 5.4±0.6±0.15 5±0.20 42±0.4±0.08 13.4±0.30 65.35 – see page 87 Precision welded tubes for automotive industry – see pages 86 – 91 Precision welded tubes for hydraulic and pneumatic lines – deliveries upon agreement according to EN 10305-6 91 .15 4±0.6±0.4±0.4±0.2 1.4±0.35 12±0.30 64.6±0.08 19±0.4±0.4±0.25 56±0.15 7±0.08 25±0.20 42.6±0.20 41±0.2 Inside diameter and tolerances 4.4±0.15 7±0.4±0.6±0.4±0.35 6±0.08 29±0.15 33±0.20 46±0.08 23±0.15 36.25 51±0.08 28±0. DIN 2393 Precision welded steel tubes of specific accuracy.08 27.20 50.6±0.08 18.4±0.20 41.15 22.15 20±0.15 21±0.08 19±0.35 75±0.6±0.4±0.4±0.6±0.08 25±0.4±0.20 47±0.15 6±0. EN 10 305-2 Steel tubes for precision applications Part 2: Welded cold drawn tubes.4±0.15 6±0. TDC.15 11.20 45±0.30 6.08 18±0.4±0.15 5±0.25 52±0.4±0.35 9.4±0.15 38.30 70±0.20 43.15 14.6±0.20 37±0.08 23.4±0.15 10.4±0.15 12±0.4±0.15 5.6±0.15 18±0.4±0.30 64±0.25 61.15 24±0.4±0.15 33±0.15 20.15 13±0.4±0.4±0.30 66±0.08 16±0.08 22.15 17±0.35 72±0.15 8.30 62±0.35 76±0.4±0.4±0.15 10.5 1.15 4.30 66.6±0. TDC.30 65±0.15 36±0.15 10±0.4±0.6±0.25 59±0.30 66±0.08 15.15 35.20 38±0.25 57±0.20 45±0.20 42±0.15 20±0.15 11±0.08 20.15 14±0.5 [mm] 9±0.6±0.6±0.08 21±0.15 12.15 8.30 ± 0.6±0.20 39±0.4±0.20 41±0.4±0.4±0.15 12.4±0.20 44.15 28±0.15 8±0.15 29±0.08 13±0.4±0.08 28.35 Cold sized welded square and rectangular tubes 2.20 45.08 26.15 9±0.30 67±0.08 14.08 14±0.15 24±0.4±0.6±0.15 19.15 17±0.15 32.35 11±0.6±0. STN 42 6714 ČSN 42 6714 Precision welded steel tubes with increased accuracy.35 71±0.20 46.15 30±0.08 27±0.15 13±0. Part 6: Specific requirements for cold finished electric resistence welded and induction welded steel tubes.15 37±0.20 43±0.6±0.35 73±0.15 32±0.08 23±0.08 15±0.15 32±0.08 20±0.15 4±0. Part 2: TDC.15 ± 0.15 37.25 60±0.08 22±0.15 6±0.08 30±0.08 21.6±0.08 18±0.35 Table 25 2.08 18.15 33±0.6±0.35 12±0.08 28±0.08 17±0. UNI 7946 Precision welded tubes.4±0.4±0.20 39±0. NF A 49-341 Precision welded tubes for mechanical application.25 55±0.20 ± 0.15 15±0.30 71±0.4±0.20 46±0.15 16.15 10±0.08 14±0.08 2.25 55. ISO 3305 Plain end welded precision steel tubes.20 49±0.15 5±0.20 49.4±0.4±0.08 29.15 16±0.4±0.4±0.15 13±0.6±0.08 21±0.15 35±0.08 22±0.08 26±0.20 40±0.4±0.4±0.15 21±0.08 26.15 38±0.30 61±0.4±0.08 23±0. ASTM A512 Cold drawn buttweld carbon steel mechanical tubing.4±0.15 11.15 36.20 47±0.4±0.15 33. ASTM A513 Standard specification for electric-resistance-welded carbon and alloy steel mechanical tubing. Dimensions.30 69.15 15±0.08 16±0.20 48±0.4±0.25 58±0.15 10.08 26.08 24±0.15 32±0.20 36±0.08 26±0.20 44.8 2 2.6±0.15 30.08 17.15 39±0.20 44±0.25 61±0.08 16.08 17±0.15 8±0.08 19.15 7±0.08 21.08 13.4±0.30 67±0.List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards of cold drawn tubes STN 42 0142 ČSN 42 0142 Welded steel tubes precision or threaded.15 4±0.15 19±0.6±0.6±0.15 33±0.15 11±0.15 37±0.08 28.4±0.15 27±0.15 17±0.15 14±0.15 9.6±0.15 13±0.15 31.15 35±0.6±0.15 34.30 68±0.6±0.15 12±0.5 4 4.15 34.4±0.25 62±0.4±0.15 36±0.15 36.15 11.35 75.35 74±0.15 9±0.25 56±0.20 39. mechanical and general engineering purposes.15 10±0.15 14.4±0. TDC.15 25±0.15 38.15 11±0.20 51.15 18±0.08 27±0.25 57±0.5 12.15 3.35 16±0.15 7.6±0.15 26±0.08 16.15 8±0.15 36±0.4±0.08 23.08 24±0.08 21±0.15 14±0.08 ± 0.15 13.6±0.25 ± 0.15 31±0.6±0.4±0.15 26±0.08 23.35 74.6±0.20 51±0.20 52±0.08 20. Dimensions of precision welded cold drawn tubes according to European standards Outside diameter [mm] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 25 26 28 30 32 35 38 40 42 45 48 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 Tolerance ± 0.5 0.08 24.20 44±0.4±0.15 31±0.6±0.15 20±0.6±0.6±0.15 30±0.08 15±0.20 40±0. BS 6323 Specification for seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile.15 29.15 6.20 43±0.15 23±0.30 70.15 3±0.15 33.6±0.15 32.6±0.4±0.4±0.15 15.08 27.15 2±0.4±0.15 31±0. Part 1: Dimensions.4±0.6±0.08 25.25 59.15 23±0.25 60.4±0.08 25.8 1 3±0.15 19±0.15 7. Dimensions.6±0.20 41±0.08 24.15 35±0.30 69±0.30 63±0.15 34±0.20 40.20 42±0.15 17.25 54±0.15 19±0.

tailored to customer’s needs are available upon request.2 or 3.5 D = 38 t ≥ 1. 92 .Tube semiproducts Specially designed tube semi-finished products. bend angle – 187 ° • tolerance on bend angle – ±0.1° • tube length under the final bend – max 3 000 mm • tolerance of length – ±0.B.2. collapsible pallets.5D It is possible to bend the tubes in three planes without destroying the tube at the bend point (see table) by CNC tube bender.EN 10204 .5 mm • bend radius – 12–260 mm • max. Cold drawn precise tubes are machined. Products • Tube cut in short exact lengths by: – sawing – shearing – rotary cut-off head with slides • Tube with bevelled ends • Tube bending Tube bending Bend angle Rm 20 25 32 40 50 60 80 100 125 160 200 250 D = 10 t≥1 D = 12 t≥1 D = 14 t≥1 D = 15 t≥1 D = 16 t≥1 D = 18 t≥1 D = 20 t≥1 D = 22 t≥1 D = 24 t≥1 D = 25 t≥1 D = 28 t≥1 D = 30 t ≥ 1.5 D = 35 t ≥ 1.5 D = 42 t ≥ 1. hot finished tubes are furnished as various forms of semi finished products.5 D = 32 t ≥ 1. cardboard cartons placed on wooden europallets or bundled. Certified test report According to DIN 50049 .5 D = 40 t ≥ 1.5 t = D/20 Ri = 2D t = D/30 Ri = 3D t = D/50 Ri = 4.1 mm Packaging Semi-finished products are delivered according to customer specifications in mettalic box pallets. size of bent tube – 42 x 2. but when requested.1. Bend parameters: • max.

025 mm ±0.19 mm Stabilization of production process Tube ends CpK > 1. d = 18 mm) Without protection or oiled Tube ends bevelling Wall thickness [mm] Shearing of tubes Outside diameter [mm] 93 .67 Brushing L = 100–4500 mm Surface protection D = 10–81 mm L = 15–340 mm 5°–85° (min. 7 % D 0.7–12 mm Lenghts 20 (130)–3250 mm 15–600 mm 25–780 mm 150–2000 mm Tolerances ±0. d = 12 mm) Washing and passivating at L = 100–3000 mm CpK > 1.67 Tube ends bevelling D = 15–70 mm L = 30–690 mm D = 20–90 mm L = 150–2 000 mm 5°– 85° (min.11– ±0.25 mm ±0.Devices and method of production Table 26 Parameter Sawing 1 Outside diameter 12–102 mm Method Sawing 2 Range 10–81 mm Shearing Rotary cutt-off 15–152 mm 20–90 mm Wall thickness 1–3 mm 0.25 mm ±0.5–7 (12) mm max.

2 P 215 NL 10 216 .1 Grade 410 3602 . ČSN DIN NF A EN STN. III 17 175 St 35.2 10 253 .1. ANSI 1/2”–6” Steel grades: 11 375.0 2609 (B) St 44. machine parts and common use – standard steel 42 5760 ŽP-05-04 11 353 42 0250 11 353 2605 .2 P 235 GH 10 216 .7 Table 27 2609 (E) StE 360.0 10 253 .1 1965 .2 10 253 .2 10 253 . 2441 St 33-2.1 S 235 10 210 . G) St 35.0 2440. DIN 2635 ANSI B16. DIN 2632. 2 2609 (R) WStE 355 17 179 WStE 355 2609 (S) TStE 355 TStE 355 Table 27 2609 (T) TStE 285 TStE 285 Page 96 10 253 .1.2 P 235 TR2 10 216 . Standards: DIN 2631.0 Elbows for pipe line 2605 .186 AE 220 A 49 112 TU E 220A Page 96 49 .5 STN 13 1229.Butt-welding steel pipe fittings List of standards of buttwelding elbows Standards STN.0 Table 27 49 .7 17 172 StE 290.3 P 355 N P 355 NH P 355 NH P 355 NL1 P355 NL1 Elbows for pressure purposes – low temperature 42 5760 ŽP-05-04 11 369 42 0165 11 369 Table 27 11 419 11 419 Page 96 11 503 11 503 ASME B 16. 2 2609 (A) St 37. 2 2609 (F. A105/C4 94 .1.1. ČSN DIN EN STN.1.0 1629 St 37.2 10 253 .1 10 253 . 2 2609 (D) StE 290.0 Table 27 2609 (B) St 44. 28 Pg.8 I.9 Tab. RSt 37-2. 11 416.0 St 44. STN 13 1231.1 S 235 JRH S 265 S 275 JOH Elbows for pressure purposes – room temperature 42 5760 ŽP-05-04 11 353 42 0250 11 353 2605 .2 10 253 . STN 13 1233 EN 1092-1 Dimensions: DN 15–150.8 I.186 49 . 2 2609 (A) St 37. III 2609 (H) 15Mo3 15Mo3 Table 27 1965 .2 P 355 N 10 216 .1 P 235 TR1 P 265 TR2 P 265 TR1 P 235 TR2 P 235 TR2 P 265 TR2 P 265 TR2 Elbows for pressure purposes – elevated temperature 42 5760 ŽP-05-05 12 021 42 0251 12 021 Table 27 12 022 12 022 Page 96 15 020 15 020 Table 28 ANSI B 16.0 St 44.2 P 235 GH P 265 GH P 265 GH 16Mo3 16Mo3 Elbows for pressure purposes from fine grain steel 2605 . C22. 275 TU E 235A 10 253 . ČSN ASTM ASME DIN BS EN DIN EN PN ŽP ASME EN PN ŽP DIN DIN EN Notes: Dimensional Standards for elbows Standards for pipe Dimensions standards TDC Steel Grade TDC Steel Grade Elbows for steel construction.4 P 215 NL Page 96 P 265 NL P 265 NL Elbows for water and gas pipe line Table 27 42 5760 ŽP-05-04 11 353 42 0250 11 353 Page 96 2605 .0 St 52.8.2 L 415NB Deliveries of welding neck flanges upon agreement.0 1629 St 37.7 Page 96 10 523 .281 49 .1 2609 (A) St 37.7 StE 360. DIN 2633.9 A 234 / A 960 WPB A 106 Grade B Page 97 WPC Grade C 2605 . 250.0 St 52.2 L 415NB 10 208 .0 2609 (C) St 52.281 AE 220.0 Page 96 2609 (C) St 52. St 37.1 HFS 360 Page 96 10 253 . 97 A 420 / A 960 WPL 6 A 333 Grade 6 Table 27 10 253 .

ISO 3419 Non-alloy and alloy steel buttwelding fittings. TDC. ASTM A106 Seamless carbon steel pipe for high temperature service. Dimensions. TDC. 25. ASTM A333 Seamless and welded steel pipe for low temperature service (Pipe). TDC. DIN 2605-1 Elbows. DIN 2631. made from seamless tube with quality specifications. ASME B16. 2632. 95 . fittings and accessories. 3. EN 10253-2 Buttwelding pipe fittings.List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards for fittings ŽP-05-04 Buttwelding elbows.valves. EN 10216-1. Part 2: Pipes of requirement calss B. DIN 17 172 Steel pipes for long-distance pipelines for combustible liquids and gases. Carbon steel. ASTM A234 Piping fittings of wrought carbon steel and alloy steel for moderate and high temperature service.9 Factory-made wrought steel buttwelding fittings. ŽP-05-05 Buttwelding elbows with specified elevated temperature properties STN 42 0165 ČSN 42 0165 Sheets and pipes of feritic-perlitic steel with guaranteed impact properties at low temperatures. EN 10297-1 Seamless steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes. EN 10208-2 Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids. 2. DIN 17 179 Seamless circular fine grain steel tubes to special requirements. TDC. Deliveries upon agreement. STN 13 220 ČSN 13 220 Steel buttwelding fittings. 2635 Steel flanges. 65. Part 3: Non-alloy and alloy fine grain steel tubes . ŽP 42 5760 Buttwelding elbows. BS 3602-1 Steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes: carbon and carbon manganese steel with specified elevated temperature properties. ASTM A960 Common requirements for wrought steel piping fittings. 2633. DIN 2441 Steel tubes. 10. Nominal pressure 6. Seamless fittings. Compliance and inspection document of metal materials. 16. NF A49-186 Tubular accesories – bends – reduction for welding. Part 1: Non-alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties. austenitic alloy steel and stainless steel tubes. 70). EN 1092-1 Flanges and their joints – circular flanges for pipes. RToD M0803 Dutch rules for pressure vessels. Reduced correlation of utilization. medium weight suitable for screwing. PN designated. Part 1: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes. Dimensions. (Steel grade WPHY 42. ASTM A420 Piping fittings of wrought carbon steel and alloy steel for low temperature service. STN 42 0251 ČSN 42 0251 Seamless steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties. BS 1965-1 Buttwelding pipe fittings for pressure purposes. Part 4: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties. EN 764-5 Pressure equipment. Part 2: Wrought carbon and ferritic alloy steel with specific inspection requirements. Part 2: Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties. DIN 2609 Buttwelding fittings. Part 1: Steel flanges. ASTM A860/MSS-SP-75 (MSS sor dimession NPS over 14) Wrought high strength low alloy steel butt welding fittings. 40. bends. DIN 17 175 Seamless tubes of heat resistant steel. DIN 2605-2 Elbows. Part 1: Wrought carbon steel for general use and without specific inspection requirements. 52. 46. EN 10210-1 Hot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain structural steel. NF A49-112 Plain ends seamless steel hot rolled tubes with specified room temperature properties and with special delivery conditions. Building dimensions. DIN 2519 Steel flanges. TDC. TDC. TDC. heavy weight suitable for screwing. Full correlation of utilization. DIN 1629 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements. tee. made from seamless tubes for general use. NFA 49-281 Steel tubes. TDC. ASTM A1016 General requirements for ferritic alloy steel. 2634. 4 Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes. Dimensions. reduction for welding. STN 42 0250 ČSN 42 0250 Hot formed seamless tubes from steel grade 10 to 16. EN 10253-1 Buttwelding pipe fittings. 60. ASTM A999 General requirements for alloy and stainless steel pipe. DIN 2440 Steel tubes. tubular accesories.

13 0.00 26.38 0.44 0.14 2.60 76.00 12.80 79.74 4.3 48.Dimensions of elbows Elbow dimensions of type K (90°) and DK (180°) sort 3D.0 Wall thickness [mm] 2.00 237.60 48.7 x 3.90 1.00 2.00 8.5 92 95 95 107.5 114 114 133.32 0.28 0.00 82.22 0.60 6.9 x 4.3 26.0 60. 96 .4 457.80 49.82 3.26 0.68 3.5 48.60 24.3 x 3. 32" and 36") and elbows of type 45°/30°.12 0.46 2.48 0.16 0. made according to European standards Size NPS 1/2 3/4 DN 15 20 1 1 25 25 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 32 32 32 1 1/2 1 1/2 40 40 2 2 50 50 2 1/2 2 1/2 65 65 3 3 3 1/2 80 80 4 4 100 100 5 125 6 7 8 10 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 150 175 200 250 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 Outside diameter [mm] 21.9 x 3.60 3.26 0.02 5.20 5.3 193.00 4.5 88.0 76.00 3.9 31.64 6.00 323.54 13.22 2.20 119. 60°. i.00 2.06 4.50 4.78 1.00 3.00 2.90 2.00 162.39 0.6 108.69 1.60 3.60 2.60 27.60 57.24 0.14 0.98 0.0 273.38 0.08 5.8 33.60 21.52 0.50 Other dimensions up to diameter of 610 mm upon agreement.80 10.0 42.90 4.56 1.10 8.4 42.0 57.44 2.7 219.60 2.18 1.08 0.0 323.30 4.64 2.78 0.60 6.0 133.34 6.30 6.08 10.60 165.20 2.50 115.1 x 4.74 1.00 8. 28".6 406.88 0.60 4.10 0.7 33.50 2.30 2.07 4.00 266.31 0.50 5.20 15.3 60.4 159.24 4.80 39.00 88.90 5.20 33.90 55.20 0.5 152 152 175 181 190 215 216 229 270 305 381 381 457 533 610 686 762 914 Upon agreement also dimensions: Hight b [mm] 38 43 51 56 56 64 69 69 69 73 82 82 88 100 106 106 114 127 133 133 149 159 159 184 196 210 210 238 247 260 291 294 313 367 414 518 518 619 711 813 914 1016 1219 2b [mm] 76 86 102 112 112 128 138 138 138 146 164 164 176 200 212 212 228 254 266 266 298 318 318 368 392 420 420 476 494 520 582 588 626 734 828 1036 1036 1238 1422 1626 1828 2032 2438 Table 27 Elbow weight 90° 180° [kg] [kg] 0.01 8.00 4.0 139.04 0.12 0.00 4.37 4.28 0.06 2.0 114.82 11.90 2.7 38.44 0. 813 and 914 mm.12 1.56 0.5 72 76 76 82.62 7.50 4.9 88.9 355.52 0.4 44.60 4.30 7.0 610.06 0. made from welded segments (outside diameters 711. Upon agreement it is also possible to deliver elbows up to 914 mm.1 76.60 2.1 273.10 7.60 3.54 11.00 531.20 3.3 51.0 168.4 42.3 114.50 r [mm] 28 29 35 38 38 45 48 48 48 51 57 57 63.9 101.19 0.60 2.80 31.60 3.90 2.0 508.5 142.62 0.00 11.5 70.49 0.7 152.e.60 3.56 1.3 127.1 82.3 63.

00 229 Upon agreement it is possible to deliver elbows up to 914 mm (36").91 STD 40 0.25 133 6.00 229 6.49 STD 40 0.56 STD 40 0.9 3.216 5.2 1.31 313 .610 40.3 Wall Schedule thickness Identification No.875 73.9 4.50 191 5.02 STD 40 0.58 – – 0.3 2.172 4.141 3.26 6.281 159.25 133 5.19 56 3.08 1.9 NPS 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 3 3 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 6 Outside diameter [inch] [mm] 1.3 4.660 42.Dimensions of long radius elbows and returns according to standard ASME/ANSI B16.48 2.375 60.315 33.548 90.718 94.25 184 10.4 1.00 76 2.50 114 3.25 210 12.154 3.25 159 9.00 152 4.68 3.141 3.44 3.74 STD 40 0.00 76 3.00 229 6.6 4.58 – – 0.00 152 4.68 STD 40 0.250 82.140 3.500 114.00 76 3.9 NPS A O K D 97 Table 28 180° elbow O K [inch] [mm] [inch] [mm] 3.6 4.50 267 7.026 102.00 457 12. made from welded segments.50 114 4.18 – – 0.3 6.125 3.00 152 6.3 2.00 152 9.50 38 1.75 95 2.218 107.375 60.25 83 6.14 4.068 77.12 4.92 3.37 – – Inside diameter [inch] [mm] 1.157 54.76 2.19 106 7.203 5.50 267 7.38 STD 40 0.133 3.75 70 4.19 106 6.469 62.54 3.380 35.0 3.109 2.77 – – 0.500 114.00 305 8.500 88.237 6.25 184 12.88 48 2.3 2.56 90° elbow A (r) [inch] [mm] 1.625 168.25 210 18. [inch] [mm] 0.500 88.000 101. Standard PN ŽP 42 5760 d Symbols s r b DN DIN 2605 DN 2b b da s r b 2b b NF A 49 186 EN 10 253 DN D T (R) F C B DN D T (R) F C B BS 1965 NPS (OD) (WT) A O K ASME B 16.145 3.64 1.049 26.25 57 3.00 305 8.000 101.900 48.50 114 5.226 5.75 95 4.19 132 9.25 159 10.16 STD 40 0.067 52.94 2.

8 mm (c = 1/16 ±1/32 inch) ČSN. ČSN 13 1075 – ASME (ANSI) B16.C. customer‘s requirements or equipment possibilities (size of elbow). 3. placed on wooden pallets.9 – DIN 2559 – EN 10 253 and other EN standards – NFA 29-032 and standards for pipes 2 – ISO 6761 Preparation of ends: DIN EN ANSI (ASME) ČSN. c = to 2 mm EN T = 3–20 mm 1) α = 30° 0° +5° c = 1. Elbow verify according to requirements of standard NACE MR 0103. 42 0251 ASTM A234/A234.Dimensional tolerances Exact values are listed in corresponding standards. Preparation of ends for welding (beveling) according to standards: – STN.1. STN T = 3–20 mm 2α = 70° ±2° c = 1.B (specific testing) eventually 3.5° c = 1.2. 3. A420/A420M DIN 50049 – 2.6 (3–4) mm (according method of welding) Testing Pipes as a raw material and finished elbows are tested according to corresponding standards. At standard DIN 2609 there is shown also steel qualification according to this standard. 3.5° ±2. Surface quality is corresponding to manufacturing process. Normalising includes normalising forming. Steel Elbows are made from steel shown in survey table. C-equivalent calculating formula see page 14.8 mm ANSI T < 22 mm 2) (ASME) α = 37. Packaging Fittings are packed in cartons. or in matalic box pallets. 3.9–11 mm) Marking The elbows are deliverd with marking: – without marking – colour marking – steel grade according to corresponding standard – stamping of data according to standard. Certificates Certification in accordance with the following standards: STN.2 (see also page 10) 98 .6 ±0.1.B.A. delivery condition and surface quality The elbows are made by hot forming process and they are delivered without heat treatment.1. Surface protection The elbows are delivered without surface protection.5 mm (T = 2. End preparation Elbows are delivered with plain ends. NACE MR 0175.5 +0. As a supplement of the survey there is listed also standard and steel grade of tube which is a part of pipeline together with elbow.C EN 10 204 – for EN 10253-1 – 2.1. 42 0250.1. Heat treatment.6 ±0. ČSN 42 0165.A.2 (non-specific testing) – for EN 10253-2 – 3. 3. Temporary protection with oil upon agreement.1. Approximate data are shown in the Table of tolerances (page 101). DIN T = 3–16 mm (Form 22) 2α = 40°–60°. STN T < 3 mm (Form 1) T < 3 mm T < 3 (5) mm T < 2.

0.30 max.30 max.0.0.040 0.35 0.0.0.50 .30 min.0.30 min.0.08 max.15 max.08 max.08 max.0.0.30 max.0.050 0.10 0.0.Requirements NACE STANDARD MR 0103 .035 0.0.30 0. where beveling is according standard ANSI B 16-25.1.0.035 0.60 .040 0.40 max.25 255 0.40 0.0.0.0.0.1.20 max.Cracking resistant carbon and low alloy steels and the use of cast irons.0.10 .50 max.0.10 max.1.40 0.60 .30 0.0.025 max.0.040 0.0.0.0.025 0.21 max.0.25 235 max.0.035 min.0.90 .40 0.22 0.020 0.90 .045 S 235 P235TR2 P265TR2 P355N P235 P265 16Mo3 P355NH P215 P355NL1 L415NB S355J2G3 max.035 0.0.040 0.1.35 max.0.0.5 mm) and 9.1.30 max.30 max.040 0.35 max.Chemical composition and mechanical properties of steel for elbows production (informative values) Chemical composition [%] Standards Steel grade C Si Mn Pmax Smax Cr Ni max.020 Nb min.30 340 353 400 490 340 410 450 max.30 440 441 490 630 470 570 600 415 485 415 585 655 585 350 420 500 360 450 390 490 490 420 510 480 550 650 480 600 510 630 630 540 630 25 21 21 25 22 24 22 22 23 20 235 360 500 25 220 360 500 23 235 235 265 355 235 265 280 355 215 355 415 355 360 360 410 490 360 410 450 490 360 490 520 490 500 500 570 650 500 570 600 650 480 650 26 25 21 22 25 21 22 22 23 22 18 240 275 240 235 275 Al min.0.5–14 mm.35 max. which was founded in USA to address corrosion protection of tubings and pipes.30 0.30 max.040 0.14 max.30 max.50 min.30 max.37 0.020 0.0.25 Al min.0.0.35 0.40 Mo Cu Other Mechanical properties Re Rm A5 min min min max min min MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi % STN.0.40 max.20 max.0.0.020 Al min.0.0.0.0.20 max.0. Note: acronym “NACE” Has more meanings than one.0.020 255 max.35 Al min.0.0.0.70 max.0.025 0.20 max.30 max.0.08 max.0.0.0.1.040 0.35 0.80 max.0.0.0.55 max.0.0.0.20 Al min.30 min.020 285 max.16 max.Materials for use in H2S .containing enviroments in oil and gas production.0.05 Nb min.08 max.0.0.30 max.0 St 44.0.0.0.60 0.035 0.0.0.0.0.45 max.40 .0.0.0.0.20 max.08 V min.90 .15 max.0.08 max.030 0.0.0.0.10 0.025 0.1.40 max.050 0.025 0.10 0.0.40 max.015 355 max.030 max. NACE STANDARD MR 0175 . Specifications of this American organization NACE International THE CORROSION SOCIETY labeled as NACE Standard MR (Standard Material Requirements) are establishing materials suitable to use in environment where there is Hydrogen Sulphide present.0.30 0.0.0. In our case “NACE International” is the leading international organization focusing on corrosion of materials.60 max.0.035 360 max. Sulfide Stress Cracking (SSC) Resistant Metallic Materials .50 max.25 max.0.0.08 0. In standard EN 10253 (fittings) there is possibility to complete preparation of ends for welding also by beveling of outside edge on 30° and inside edge on 18° to axle of fitting (upon agreement only).7 max.040 0.0.0.70 max.1.Materials Resistant To Sulfide Stress Cracking in Corrosive Petroleum Refining Environments.030 0.29 . ČSN ASTM A 234 A 420 DIN 2609 BS 1965-1 NFA 49-186 EN 10253-1 10253-2 10025 11 353 11 369 11 419 11 503 12 021 12 022 15 020 max.040 0.65 0.040 0.05 Nb min.0.35 max.15 .30 max.35 max.020 355 max.030 0.0.0.0.15 max.06 0.0.05 35 40 35 25 22 25 21 22 60 70 60 30 30 30 630 Notes to page 98: 1.0.40 max.20 355 235 0.40 .040 0.0.1.Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistant Metallic Materials for Oilfield Equipment.0.0.1.0 St 52.0.0.30 Al min.10 .015 270 max.60 .040 0.0.30 max.035 0.020 355 290 360 0.25 max.10 .35 max.18 max.0. “NACE” code means “Classification of Economic activities” which in Slovakia was known until now as “OKEC”.1.0. 2.0.30 max.17 AE 220A max.0.020 Nb min.30 max.35 max.20 max.30 max.30 .90 0.35 max.0.18 max.0.20 Al min.0.40 max.0.40 max.60 0.0.30 Nb min.17 .0.22 0.80 WPB WPC WPL 6 max.40 .30 max.0.40 max.025 0. ISO 15156-2 .0. (upon agreement only). • Pipe according to API 5 CT are delivered with square cut plain ends.025 max.50 max.040 0.040 0.0.30 max.70 max.0.0.035 0.0.17 0.0.1.1.40 0.30 max.025 0.0.035 0.040 min.50 .12 .85 0.37 0.30 max.0.025 0.25 .0.40 0.15 .7 StE 360.30 min.20 max.030 0.030 0.20 max.30 max.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.025 0.0.30 max.0.0.80 0.20 max.030 0.0.50 0.70 0.35 .50 0.0.0.90 .08 max.0.55 0.80 0.15 .025 0.0.1.08 V min.0.1.30 St 37.0.20 0.90 .30 max.0.020 226 max.16 max.30 min.045 0.020 Al min.15 0.0.0.035 0.0.22 max.0.0.30 max.40 V min.0.50 min.25 max.35 0.22 max.040 0.25 .0.18 max.08 max.20 max.35 270 max.0.60 0.30 235 max.10 .5° to WT 10. Part 2 .0.040 0.20 max.0.035 0.035 max.60 0.035 0.0.29 .21 max.0.035 max.06 min.0.08 Al min.10 Nb min.08 max.0.25 max.Petroleum and natural gas industries .40 0.025 0.30 min.0.1.16 max.0. • Values are valid for products.1.025 0.30 min.0.35 max.0.45 max.030 0.030 0.80 max.40 0.20 0.0. • The values for beveling of ends according standard API 5L and for pipes according to ASTM A (ASME SA) are identic with standard EN.35 max.17 .0.05 Al min.30 max.10 .8 15Mo3 TStE 285 TStE 355 WStE 355 StE 290.05 Al max.0.0 St 35.030 0.0.12 .0.0.06 0.0.0. In case of preparation of inside edge angle can not exceed 7° to longitudinaly axle (T ≤ 10.0.40 .30 min.0.50 .50 max.0.0.0.80 0.30 Al min.035 max.12 .17 max.0.0.55 max.0.16 max.1.0.12 max. Current name is derived from the acronym of this organization “National Association of Corrosion Engineers”.030 max.0.0.035 max.030 0.0.65 0.0.030 0.0. 99 .18 max.50 min.1.1.30 min.0.25 .20 0.07 .030 0.0.040 0.0.30 max.040 0.

TDC.9 2 50 60. Butt-welding pipe fittings.19 0. 29 13 2370 2609 (A) 2609 (F.31 0.9 2 50 60.61 0.7 2. Tube reducers dimensions – Type 1 Table 29 Side D Side D1 D1 T1 [mm] [mm] 3/4 20 1/2 15 21.3 3. Reducers. ČSN 13 2380 STN. List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards STN.3 2.48 0.3 2. S 265 Upon agreement it is possible to deliver reducers made also from other steel (see survey table of buttwelding elbows).2 2 1/2 65 76.1 2.9 4 100 114.7 T [mm] 2.61 0.3 1/2 15 21.61 0.9 3. weight [kg] 0. DIN 2609 DIN 2616-2 EN 10 253-1 ISO 3419 GOST 17378 GOST 17380 Reducers.10 0. PN 40 – PN 100.1 Standards STN.3 2.6 1 25 33.9 57. TDC.9 33.1 2. Buttwelding fittings.3 2.3 2.1 2.9 1 1/2 40 48.6 108.3 2.9 3.6 3/4 20 26.9 2.6 2 50 60.13 0.00 1. TDC.9 1 1/2 40 48.3 2.9 1 1/2 40 48.6 32 42.10 0.9 2.93 0.31 0.93 0.7 2.3 2.6 3 80 88.3 1/2 15 21.3 2.2 ISO EN 3419 10 253 .0 3. Construction dimensions. G) 3419 10 253 . Reducers.6 NPS1 100 DN1 Length L [mm] 38 50 50 50 50 50 64 64 64 76 76 76 76 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Teoret.29 0.7 2.6 1 25 33. Reducers DN 20 – DN 500.48 0.2 2 1/2 65 76.6 1 1/4 32 42.9 2 50 60.13 0. Dimensions.7 2.1 2.9 3.13 0.06 0.0 1 1/2 40 48. ČSN Dimensions TDC Tab.4 2.9 2.00 .6 2 1/2 65 76.0 1 1/4 32 42.0 2.93 0. Jt 40 – Jt 100.19 0. ČSN 13 2385 Reducers.9 1 25 33.61 0.8 S 235.19 0.48 0.2 2 1/2 65 76. ČSN 13 2200 Steel pipe fittings for buttwelding.3 2.6 3 80 88.3 2.3 2.9 2 50 60.3 57.6 3/4 20 26.4 2.93 1.3 2.4 2.31 0. Reducers Js 20 – Js 350.6 3 80 88.Tube reducers List of standards for tube reducers DIN Dimensional standards 13 2200 13 2380 (13 2385) 2616 . Buttwelding fittings wrought carbon and alloy steel.6 1 25 33.4 2. Part 1: Wrought carbon steel for general use and without specific inspection requirements.9 Reducers up to D 406.4 mm (16") or large diameter welded recucers can by delivered upon agreement.1 Steel grade 11 353 12 021 St 37.0 2. STN. NPS DN D [mm] 26.6 1 1/4 32 42. ČSN 13 2370 STN.0 2.9 57.00 1.0 1 25 3/4 20 26.0 2.9 57. Full correlation of utilization.48 0.0 St 35.

4 3/7 457–610 4/10 660–762 5/10 ±7 mm ±14 mm ±1 % of outside diameter or min ±1 mm For EN 10224 Q max 1.3–600 ±7 1/2–8 ±0.3 ±0.3–73.5%) 1/2–24 ±0.06 –1 +2 5–8 141.19 +0.19 ±4.25 –5 +7 1/2–2 1/2 21.06 ±1.0 mm 31.3–200 ±7 10–24 ±0.2 20 –30 508 –762 ±0.06 ±1 4 114.5 mm DN > 250 ±4.8 Wall thickness > 87.6 ±0.6 10 –18 273–457 ±0.5 mm 82.9 in mm 1/2–2 1/2 21.3 ±3.12 ±3.8 3–3 1/2 88.06 ±1.0 ±0.3 1/ 2 141.38 273–610 ±10 21.5 mm Inside diameter Ovality Wall thickness b (K) 2b Q/P Standards DIN 2605.0 –0.12 10–12 0.3–219.50 % +12.12/0. DIN 2609 EN 10 253–2 ±1 % alloved ±0.03 ±0.5 mm D > 220 ±4.25 21.3–219.1 ±0.06 ±1.09 –1 +3 10–18 273–457 –0.06 ±1 3–3 1/2 88.0 –219.3 ±0.5% D ≤ 610 mm T ≤ 4 mm –12.1 2/4 273–323.5 % +15 % (±17.1 ±8 mm 82.5 mm ±1 % min.0 mm DN 125–200 ±3.19 14–16 0.9–101.19/0.1 –0.6 ±0.5 % of nominal wall thickness (–12.3–73.06 5–8 0.19 +0.3 ±9 mm 133.25 % min.1 ±2.06 +0.8–76.8 3/5 335.16 –3 +4 20–24 508–610 –0.25 –5 +6 26–30 660–762 –0.25 21.12 +0.5–114.5 mm DN 80–100 ±3.5–114. ±0.5% +15% DN 15 – 65 ±2.0–219.1 ±10 mm D > 220 ±14 mm ±4° 1.6 5 –8 141. 80 % of theoretical inside diameter (= D – 2T) D > 200 2% (4%) –15 % –12.03 +0.03/0.3–219. ±0.0 mm 133.5 mm min.3–114.38 26–30 0.09/0.Dimesion and form tolerances of fittings Parameter PN ŽP 42 5760 Outside diameter ±1.6 mm .06/0.6 4 114.8–76.09/0.25 18–24 0.38 1/2–4 0.5 % +20 % T > 4 mm –12.6–406.1 ±3.5 %) 31.9–101.0 mm DN 15–65 ±8 mm DN 80–100 ±9 mm DN 125–200 ±10 mm DN > 250–450 ±14 mm ±1 % of outside diameter or min ±1 mm 101 ASME (ANSI) B 16.

0 L 235.7.7 StE.1 Tubes for mechanical and common use Table 30/Page 104 ŽP 42 0154 Table 31/Page 104 1626 Table 31/Page 104 6323 . ŽP-06-14/98 Table 31/Page 104 17123 Table 33/Page 105 11 369. S 355 J2H 10219 .4. St 52.1 STN. 355. 20 Tube according to another standards upon agreement. 3. K55.0. ASME ANSI B36. StE 240. 12. S 275 JOH S 275 J2H. P 460 NH. P 460 NL1. S 355 MLH S 460 MH. 11. ČSN DIN ŽP 42 5717 2458 EN 10219 . ČSN ASTM. SAW 5 E155. WStE. 460 P 215 NL. TStE. 11 523 15 020. St 52. L290NB. 460 S 275 NH. L 275. ČSN DIN BS EN ŽP 42 5717 2458 3600 10296 . 13 H I. 11 523 Pipe Grade CA 55 Type of Steel A 285 .3 STN.Grade C Class 10.0. E275.10 (API 5L) DIN 2458 BS EN 3600 10217 . S 275 MLH S 355 MH.1 Structural tubes – fine-grain steel Table 30/Page 104 ŽP 42 0154. 11 523 C – steel St 33 (St 37. P 355 N. StE 290. StE 360. C Class 10. P 265 NL St 37. EStE 255. S 355 JOH. E235.Submerged arc longitudinally welded steel tubes and pipes Standards Dimensional standards STN.0 SAW4. A 50. P 265 GH. X 46. RSt 37-2. 11 425.1 Tubes for pressure piping – elevated temperature ŽP 42 0154 Table 30/Page 104 Table 31/Page 104 Table 32/Page 105 A 672 / A 530 Table 31/Page 104 17155 Table 31/Page 104 3602 . 15 128 Pipe Grade A 45. P 355 NL2 P 460 N.2) USt 37-2.5 Tubes for pressure piping – fine-grain steel 17178 Table 31/Page 104 Tubes for pressure piping – low temperature Table 30/Page 104 ŽP 42 0154 17174 Table 31/Page 104 17178 Table 33/Page 105 10217 . L245GA.6 Pipe for conveyance of aqueous liquids Table 31/Page 104 1626 Table 33/Page 105 10224 Pipe for gas and combustible liquids Table 32/Page 105 API 5L 2470 . P 355 NL1. St 44. 285. P 460 NL2 10217 . St 44. 285. St 52. St 44. Steel according to GOST 20295 with hardness class K34.1 10208 .3 Table 33/Page 105 17178 EN Steel grade TDC .0. Deliveries according to EN 10219 with CE marking. S 460 MLH 10219 . ČSN DIN ŽP 42 5717 2458 EN 10217 . P 355 NH. X42. A 55 Type of Steel A 285 .0 according to DIN 17 172 StE 210.2 STN.7.St 37.2 20295 11 373. B. TStE. K52. L360MB 1050: 10. 490 P 235 GH. 10208 . L245MB.10 (API 5L) DIN BS EN 2458 3600 10217 . 11 375. 4.1 Tubes for pressure piping – room temperature Table 30/Page 104 ŽP 42 0154. 355.0 St 37. K42. 460 P 275 NL1.7. L 355 Grade A. St 44-3. ČSN ŽP 42 5717 ASTM. EStE 255.7 Table 33/Page 105 10296 . L290GA. St 52-3 S 235 JRH. K60. E355 1626 1628 Table 31/Page 104 3601 Table 33/Page 105 10217 .2 STN.0. X 52 1626 . H II Grade 430. Pipe for potable water upon agreement.2 17172 10208 . 355.2 Table 33/Page 105 10217 .1 STN. 355. S 460 NLH S 275 MH.1 Table 31/Page 104 2470 . 2. 285. 102 11 375. 285.7. S 275 NLH S 355 NH.4 Grade 430 P195. St 52. St 37-3 St 44-2.2 20295 Table 33/Page 105 Table 30/Page 104 11 416. 11 503 StE. 15 121. L360NB. 11. E185. WStE. 16Mo3 11 369.4. S 355 NLH S 460 NH. P235.1 10208 . ŽP-06-14/98 A 671 / A530 Table 32/Page 105 11 523 St 37. 11 503 TT St 35 N TStE 255. 5.6 DIN EN 2460 10224 API DIN API 5L 2458 Dimensions Structural tubes – standards steel grade Table 30/Page 104 ŽP 42 0154 ŽP-06-14/98 Table 31/Page 104 1615 17120 Table 33/Page 105 GOST Notes: 1. P265 (TR1. ASME ŽP 42 5717 ANSI B36. ČSN ŽP 42 5717 DIN 2458 EN 10219 . L235GA. 13 St 37. 420. P 275 NL2.Grade A. EStE 255. StE 320. 12. 460 L210GA. K38.5 DIN 2458 EN 10217 . TR2) StE. TStE. Steel according to GOST 20295 are delivered as type 3. K50. L360GA L245NB. B.0.

2 Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steel.10 Welded and seamless wrought steel pipe. EN 10219-1. 2 Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids. EN 10208-1. TDC. EN 10217-1. ISO 4019 Structural steels. Dimensions. Part 1: Pipes of requirement class A. DIN 17120 Welded structural steel circular tubes for structural engineering purposes. ASTM A530 General requirements for spezialized carbon and alloy steel pipe. Part 7: Specific requirements for submerged arc welded steel tube. Part 6: Submerged arc welded non-alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties. Part 5: Submerged arc welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties. Part 3: Non alloy and alloy fine grain steel tubes. Part 1: Non alloy and alloy steel tubes. DIN 17123 Welded structural fine grain steel circular tubes. BS 3600 Dimensions and masses per unit legth of welded and seamless steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes. 103 . dimensions and sectional properties. API 5L Specification for line pipe. ASTM A672 Electric-fusion-welded steel pipe for high-pressure service at moderate temperatures. Dimension and weight (Pipe). mechanical and general engineering purposes. ISO 9330-4 Part 4: Submerged arc welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties. 6 Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes. structural hollow sections. DIN 17172 Steel pipes for pipelines for the transport of combustable fluids and gases. Part 1: Non alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties. BS 6323 Seamless and welded steel tubes for automobile. DIN 2470-2 Steel gas pipelines for permissible service pressures exceeding 16 bar. ISO 9330-5 Part 5: Submerged arc welded non-alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties. EN 10224 Steel pipes. TDR. DIN 2470-1 Steel gas pipelines for permissible service pressures up to 16 bar. ISO 10 799 Structural steels. Dimensions and sectional properties. TDC. DIN 17178 Welded circular fine grain steel tubes for specified properties. DIN 1626 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements. BS 3602-2 Specification for steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes: carbon and carbon manganese steel with specified elevated temperature properties. ANSI B36. DIN 17155 Sheet metal and strip from steel with specified elevated temperature properties. DIN 17174 Welded circular steel tubes for low temperatures. Part 1: TDC. TDC. DIN 1615 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel without special quality requirements. Part 1: Non alloy steel tubes with specified room temperature properties. ŽP 42 5717 Longitudinally welded steel pipes.List of dimensional standards and technical delivery conditions standards ŽP 42 0154 Longitudinally welded steel pipes. EN 10296-1 Welded steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes. Part 2: Submerged arc welded tubes. Cold-formed. Cold-formed. Dimension and masses per unit lenght. DIN 1628 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements. EN 10220 Seamless and welded steel tubes. structural hollow sections. ASTM A671 Electric-fusion-welded steel pipe for atmospheric and lower temperatures. ŽP-06-14/98 Steel pipes determined for protective pipes. dimensions and conventional masses per unit length. 3. ISO 9330-1 Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes. welded. Part 2: Tolerances. DIN 2460 Steel tubes for waterworks services. Part 1: General requirements. welded. TDC. joints and fittings for the conveyance of aqueouns liquids including potable water. BS 3601 Carbon steel pipes and tubes with specified room temperature properties for pressure purposes. Part 2: Pipes of requirement class B. GOST 20295 Steel welded pipes for main gas and oil pipelines. DIN 2458 Plain end welded steel tubes.

2 680.6 128.9 491.4 49.1 77.5 82.8 790.9 690.7 298.0246615 (D – t). Tube dimensions and weight according to standards ŽP and GOST 20295 Outside diameter [mm] 324 355.1 350.3 68.5 1 085.4 495.4 76.1 262.0 69.5 1 085.0 1 192.9 93.6 315.1 446.9 78.0 372.7 168.5 692.3 110.3 69.5 153.6 202.2 495.8 533.2 62.3 .5 61.6 309.0 618.2 152.4 711.5 1 084. 31.9 49.5 55.9 215.7 397.9 199.5 691.9 189. 3.8 152.4 254.9 711.2 356.0 217.4 222. 32 and 33.9 209.1 199.5 789.0 261.5 950.3 343.2 777.3 182.2 653.7 297.1 268.9 355.2 294.0 158.6 406.6 356. Theoretical inside diameter = outside diameter – (2 x wall thickness).9 59.2 347.3 122.9 440.7 869.5 103.4 485.9 198.3 386.5 160.6 354.6 138.7 545.5 495.8 163.5 118.7 475.8 1 203.7 18 20 22 311.6 80.3 519.4 457 508 559 610 660 711 762 813 864 914 1 016 1 220 1 420 1 620 1 820 2 020 2 220 Notes: 5 5.5 Tube dimensions and weight according to standard DIN 2458 Outside diameter [mm] 323.8 78.6 475.3 74.8 347.3 632.6 114. 31.5 90.9 185.6 6.2 244.6 248.0 277.3 312.6 97.7 557.2 765.1 436.2 179.7 108.5 184.7 382.3 321.0 975.4 135.1 274.4 51.6 226.6 246.3 357.7 102.4 83.7 77.3 97.7 17.1 51.8 224.5 Theoretical tube weight [kg/m] 62.8 174.5 334.5 178.3 365.7 545.7 243.6 86.7 152.8 986.7 396.3 123.1 39.1 758.5 416.6 141.8 864.8 242.3 176.6 55.1 22.3 492.6 231.9 245.3 Wall thickness [mm] 8 8.4 702.8 87.6 377 406 426 530 630 720 820 920 1 020 1 220 1 420 1 620 1 820 2 020 2 220 5 6 8 39.0 632.5 867.4 178.5 1.2 45.8 984.6 761.9 535. Weight calculation and reduction to length unit (C-steel): dimension in mm: 0.0 632.7 140.2 986.1 554.2 591.7 196.8 101.7 62.2 887.2 212.1 199.0 122.0 77.3 62.5 623.1 47.7 231.7 119.4 172.9 218.3 7.0 591.2 433.5 185.0 122.5 203. WT and weight according to tables 30.8 208.0 162.5 20 299.5 148.9 175.7 239.9 85.7 869.8 545.4 554.2 70.6 210.3 62.Dimensions Pipe are delivered with OD.t [lbs/ft] 1 lb/ft = 0.9 279.3 277.0 400.3 394.1 799.4 62. Maximum outside diameter D = 3 400 mm.0 48.8 10 11 12.8 168.3 43.4 262.2 16 190.6 789.3 874.7 977.0 599.6 72.8 278.5 92.8 88.4 444.7 96.5 214.9 711.1 Table 30 Wall thickness [mm] 10 12 14 16 Theoretical tube weight [kg/m] 97. This is actual for tables 30.4 772.9 430.8 130.6 78.9 493.9 605.0 68. maximum wall thickness t = 30 mm.3 54.8 317.5 198.3 148.3 1 093.1 594.9 887.9 397.3 234.4 148. 2.8 44.3 68.67197 kg/m 104 Table 31 14.68142 (D – t).9 298.3 43.4 328.2 49.4 314.5 446.5 239.6 108.3 690.9 888.4 347.2 128.8 422.4 249.4 490.1 554.9 64.3 239.5 443. Other tube dimensions upon agreement.6 105.2 98.t [kg/m] 1 kg/m = 1.7 54.8 790.8 134.1 298. 32 a 33.48816 lb/ft dimension in inch: 10.2 475.1 272.3 160.6 622.3 416.3 55.3 562.

3 335.3 332.9 242.7 200.8 126.4 150.7 298.4 79.4 820.9 233.4 216.4 591.2 413.2 202.1 473.6 1 129.6 541.6 606.688 0.7 339.4 588.1 582.6 312.4 620.8 822.6 107.7 152.1 1 118 44 238.8 473.9 452.6 864 34 150.1 7.0 69.2 965 38 186.4 118.8 1 044.4 378.2 1 059.2 660.7 1 321 52 1 422 56 1 524 60 1 626 64 1 727 68 1 829 72 1 930 76 Wall thickness [mm / inch] 9.7 1 065.1 140.7 354.1 152.2 114.7 281.9 283.0 139.4 496.7 874.3 71.3 365.5 453.7 531.3 127.5 414.2 377.3 247.8 815.1 128.8 113.0 421.9 474.5 187.3 74.8 87.5 938.938 233.3 132.4 627.0 145.7 410.6 117.9 77.812 0.4 165.0 68.6 108.5 61.6 272.2 353.2 96.6 428.8 660.5 518.8 102 55.2 115.5 556.7 188.344 [mm] [inch] 406.6 346.0 612.0 324.3 671.6 299.5 675.5 10.6 866.7 164.3 97.9 355.1 20.2 694.8 87.6 766.4 374.1 192.6 516.4 63.8 307.7 970.4 107.6 813 32 141.3 321.6 106 114 123 62.2 218.7 711.8 708.4 457 508 559 610 660 711 762 813 864 914 1 016 1 067 1 118 1 168 1 219 1 321 1 422 1 524 1 626 1 727 1 829 1 930 2 032 2 134 2 235 5 5.3 68.8 384.6 53.9 642.8 1 193.4 178.3 361.1 761.6 332.6 205.6 292.5 235.1 210.250 0.3 137.2 701.0 Tube dimensions and weight according to standard EN 10220 Outside diameter [mm] Series 1 2 3 323.7 14.2 432.7 878.2 372.6 544.4 62.0 252.Tube dimensions and weight according to standards API 5L (delivery upon agreement) DN 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1 000 1 100 1 200 1 300 1 400 1 500 1 600 1 700 1 800 Outside diameter 5.1 443.9 175.9 496.6 116.0 568.2 146.1 402.7 711 28 111.0 660 26 103.1 316.0 710.7 245.4 136.6 97.8 471.2 203.7 139.5 14.2 522.8 424.5 20 22.562 Theoretical tube weight [kg/m] 93.3 11.5 445.625 0.8 0.6 85.6 384.9 17.3 671.3 110 98.2 216.1 25.9 640.0 177.6 469.500 0.5 599.4 5.9 763.3 457 18 62.6 22.2 552.4 294.6 406.9 430.6 933.3 386.9 756.2 70.9 358.6 171.6 711.4 811.7 96.8 104.1 610 24 95.1 279.4 76.3 568.9 479.3 129.6 190.8 781.7 97.0 100.3 69.1 174.8 825.3 652.0 77.3 163.1 650.5 747.6 78.5 55.2 264.7 281.8 551.9 750.1 130.3 223.4 46.5 19.219 0.4 354.1 11.0 48.8 42.5 205.0 1 168 46 248.7 80.5 582.1 66.3 55.5 275.2 16 17.4 1 Table 33 Wall thickness [mm] 8 8.8 88.2 123.4 999.1 1 067 42 227.9 73.2 565.6 330.2 392.0 330.406 0.1 294.4 7.5 194.4 289.2 44.9 8.1 266.2 613.3 43.2 441 491 516 542 566 591 642 692 742 792 842 892 942 992 1 043 1 093 766 822 878 933 989 1 044 1 100 1 156 1 211 Theoretical tube weight [kg/m] 39.9 604.4 60.1 78.7 762 30 119.2 49.4 307.3 54.2 259.6 517.9 78.6 108 123 135 109 119 135 149 119 130 148 162 129 141 160 176 139 152 173 190 149 163 185 204 159 175 198 218 169 186 211 231 179 196 223 245 199 219 248 273 209 230 261 286 219 241 273 300 229 252 286 314 239 263 298 328 323 355 348 383 373 410 399 438 423 466 449 493 474 521 499 548 524 576 549 604 105 153 168 184 200 215 231 247 262 278 309 325 341 356 372 403 435 466 497 529 560 591 623 654 685 191 209 226 244 262 280 298 315 351 369 387 404 422 458 493 529 564 600 636 671 707 742 778 214 234 254 274 294 314 335 354 395 415 435 455 475 515 555 595 635 675 715 755 795 836 876 299 321 343 365 387 431 453 475 497 519 563 606 650 694 738 782 825 869 913 957 .3 235.7 655.5 87.1 559 22 76.750 0.9 172.7 314.6 220.8 268.5 261.8 330.9 205.9 918.4 503.8 183.2 451.7 282.6 386.1 234.6 86.7 211.3 317.3 105.2 271.0 160.375 0.2 1 016 40 196.4 442.2 389.6 80.2 23.8 505.9 608.5 914 36 176.2 371.2 409.9 12.9 358.7 263.1 69.875 0.3 532.6 247.5 562.8 10 11 12.0 309.312 0.8 255.8 511.6 6.4 49.3 343.9 804.9 229.3 7.3 62.7 227.9 408.3 190.5 852.6 6.2 508 20 69.9 161.4 87.5 900.1 940.5 90.6 715.281 0.9 989.438 0.2 737.2 412.469 0.6 155.5 1 118.9 219.8 460.3 0.5 96.5 122.7 62.0 600.8 406.7 505.2 880.2 684.8 441.6 352.9 93.6 299.4 303.0 398.6 493.7 1 219 48 259.3 536.2 87.4 16 55.4 1 002.5 572.7 0.4 83.4 631.7 176.5 250.0 488.9 85.0 166.1 156.6 557.0 150.6 Table 32 15.1 250.0 191.

Tolerances of dimension and form (informative values)
Outside diameter

Square cut

Outside diameter (mm)
Maximal variation of diameter (mm)
324–1 020 (1 000)
±(0,5 %D + 1)
1 220–2 220
±6 (5)
Smaller values upon agreement

Outside diameter (mm)
324–630
720–1020
1 220–1 620
1 820–2 220

Ovality of tube ends
Ratio D/t
D/t < 50
50 ≤ D/t ≤ 100
D/t > 100

Variation of square cut (mm)
2
3
4
5

Scarf-weld

Ovality
max 1,4 %
1,4–2 %
ovality is not guaranteed

Wall thickness (mm)
t≤8
8 < t ≤ 14
14 < t ≤ 40

Variation (mm)
≤ 2,5
≤ 3,0
≤ 4,0

Wall thickness
Wall thickness
t ≤ 5 mm
5 mm < t ≤ 10 mm
t > 10 mm

Maximal variation
–0,25/+0,30 mm
–0,35/+0,45 mm
–0,50 mm/upper limit
terminated by alloved variation
of theoretical weight

Lengths and tolerances of length
The pipes with outside diameter 324–1220 mm – max. length 12 m
The pipes with outside diameter over 1220 mm – length upn agreemet
Kinds of lengths: a) production
b) fixed - ± 500 mm
c) exact – tolerances upon agreement
(To achieve required lengths, tubes are cross welded. Max. length of
one part is 3 m).

Straightness
Tubes are visually straight. Tolerance of straightness is 2 mm on 1 m
(0,002 x l). Whole tolerance presents conjunction of permissible value
and tube length, but result must not exceed:
– 10 mm with length up to 6 m
– 15 mm with length 6– 9 m
– 20 mm with length 9–12 mm

Steel quality
As shown in List of standards table and table of chemical composition
and mechanical properties. The pipes are made without heat treatment.
The pipes are produced from sheets, those condition is in accordance
with corresponding standards.
Steel marking according to EN see page 9.

Pipe weight
Permissible tolerances: –8 %/+12 % (+10 %) of theoretical weight.

Chemical composition [%]
Standards

Steel
grade

C

Si

Mn

11 369
11 373
11 375
11 416
11 425
11 503
11 523
15 020
15 121
15 128

max.0,14
max.0,20
max.0,17
max.0,20
max.0,22
max.0,18
max.0,20
0,12–0,20
0,10–0,18
0,10–0,18

max.0,35

max.0,80

Grade A
Grade B
Grade X42
Grade X46
Grade X52

max.0,22
max.0,27
max.0,29
max.0,31
max.0,31

max.0,90
max.1,15
max.1,25
max.1,35
max.1,35

0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030

0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030

Grade A
Grade B
Grade C

max.0,17
max.0,22
max.0,28

max.0,90
max.0,90
max.0,90

0,035
0,035
0,035

0,045
0,045
0,045

Grade 430
Grade 430
Grade 490
SAW 4
SAW 5

max.0,25
max.0,25
max.0,22
max.0,25
max.0,23

max.0,50
0,10–0,35
0,10–0,40
max.0,35
max.0,50

max.1,20
0,61–1,40
0,91–1,60
max.1,20
max.1,50

0,040
0,030
0,030
0,050
0,050

0,040
0,030
0,030
0,050
0,050

10
20
35
45

0,07–0,14
0,17–0,24
0,32–0,40
0,42–0,50

0,17–0,37
0,17–0,37
0,17–0,37
0,17–0,37

0,35–0,65
0,35–0,65
0,50–0,80
0,50–0,80

St 33
St 37.0
St 44.0
St 52.0

max.0,17
max.0,21
max.022

Pmax Smax

Cr

Ni

Mo

Cu

Other

Mechanical properties
Re
Rm
A5
min min min max min min
MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi %

STN, ČSN
0,040
0,050
0,045
max.0,35
max.0,50 0,040
0,050
max.0,40
max.1,40 0,035
max.0,55
max.1,60 0,050
0,15–0,37 0,50–0,80 0,040
0,15–0,35 0,40–0,70 0,040
0,15–0,40 0,45–0,70 0,040

0,040
0,050
0,045
0,040
0,000
0,050
0,045
0,040
0,040
0,040

max.0,30 max.0,30

max.0,30 Al min.0,020

max.0,30 max.0,30
0,70–1,30
0,50–0,75

0,25–0,35
0,40–0,60
0,40–0,60

max.0,30 Al min.0,010
Al min.0,015
Al min.0,015
V 0,22–0,35

226
235
225
245
255
355
353
270
295
365

353
360
360
400
412
490
510
450
440
490

441
470
470
490
510
630
628
600
590
690

24
24
22
22
22
23
22
22
18

API 5L

ASTM
A 285
BS
3601
3602–2
6323–7
GOST
20 295

DIN
1615
1626

207
241
289
317
358

max.0,15
max.0,25
max.0,25
max.0,25
0,040
0,040
0,040

0,040
0,040
0,035

106

30
35
42
46
52

331
413
413
434
455

275
250
325
235
340

430
430
490
410
490

205
245
315
355

330
410
530
600

175
235
275
355

290
350
420
500

48
60
60
63
66

570
550
610

22
23
21
22
20
24
21
20
16

540
480
550
650

17
25
21
21

Chemical composition [%]
Standards
DIN
1628
17120

17 123
17 178

17155
17172

17174
EN
10025
10208-1

10208-2

10217-1
10217-3

10217-5
10217-6
10219-1

10224
10296-1

Steel
grade

C

Si

Mn

St 37.4
St 44.4
St 52.4
USt 37.2
RSt 37-2
St 37-3
St 44-2
St 44-3
St 52-3
StE 255
TStE 255
EStE 255
StE 285
TStE 285
EStE 285
StE 355
TStE 355
EStE 355
StE 420
TStE 420
EStE 420
StE 460
TStE 460
EStE 460
H I.
H II.
StE 210.7
StE 240.7
StE 290.7
StE 320.7
StE 360.7
TT St 35N

max.0,17
max.0,20
max.0,22
max.0,17
max.0,17
max.0,17
max.0,21
max.0,20
max.0,22
max.0,18
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,18
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,20
max.0,18
max.0,18
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,16
max.0,20
max.0,17
max.0,17
max.0,22
max.0,22
max.0,22
max.0,17

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,55

min.0,35
min.0,40
max.1,60

max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
0,10–0,50
0,10–0,50
0,10–0,50
0,10–0,60
0,10–0,60
0,10–0,60
0,10–0,60
0,10–0,60
0,10–0,60
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,45
max.0,45
max.0,45
max.0,45
max.0,55
max.0,35

S 355 J2G3
L 210 GA
L 235 GA
L 245 GA
L 290 GA
L 360 GA
L 245 NB
L 290 NB

max.0,20
max.0,21
max.0,16
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,22
max.0,16
max.0,17

L 360 NB
P 195 TR1
P 235 TR1
P 265 TR1
P 275 NL1
P 275 NL2
P 355 N
P 355 NH
P 355 NL1
P 355 NL 2
P 460 N
P 460 NH
P 460 NL 1
P 460 NL 2
P 235 GH
P 265 GH
16Mo3
P 215 NL
P 265 NL
S 235 JRH
S 275 JOH
S 275 J2H
S 355 JOH
S 355 J2H
S 275 NH
S 275 NLH
S 355 NH
S 355 NLH
S 460 NH
S 460 NLH
S 275 MH
S 275 MLH
S 355 MH
S 355 MLH
S 420 MH
S 420 MLH
S 460 MH
S 460 MLH
L 235
L 275
L 355
E 155
E 185
E 235
E 275
E 355

Pmax Smax

0,50–1,30
0,50–1,30
0,50–1,30
0,60–1,40
0,60–1,40
0,60–1,40
0,90–1,65
0,90–1,65
0,90–1,65
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
0,40–1,20
0,50–1,30
min. 0,35
min. 0,40
0,50–1,10
0,70–1,30
0,90–1,50
min.0,40

0,040
0,040
0,040
0,050
0,050
0,040
0,050
0,040
0,040
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,035
0,035
0,040
0,040
0,040
0,040
0,040
0,030

0,040
0,040
0,035
0,050
0,050
0,040
0,050
0,040
0,040
0,030
0,025
0,015
0,030
0,025
0,015
0,030
0,025
0,015
0,030
0,025
0,020
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,0,35
0,0,35
0,035
0,035
0,035
0,035
0,035
0,025

max.0,55
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,55
max.0,40
max.0,40

max.1,60
max.0,90
max.1,20
max.1,15
max.1,40
max.1,45
max.1,10
max.1,20

0,035
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,025
0,025

0,035
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,020
0,020

max.0,20

max.0,45

max.1,60

0,025

0,020

max.013
max.0,16
max.0,20
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,18
max.0,18
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,16
max.0,20
0,12–0,20
max.0,15
max.0,20
max.0,17
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,22
max.0,22
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,18
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,13
max.0,13
max.0,14
max.0,14
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,16
max.0,17
max.0,21
max.0,22
max.0,10
max.0,15
max.0,20
max.0,25
max.0,25

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,60
max.0,60
max.0,60
max.0,60
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,40

max.0,70
max.1,20
max.1,40
0,50–1,50
0,50–1,50
0,90–1,70
0,90–1,70
0,90–1,70
0,90–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
max.1,20
max.1,40
0,40–0,90
0,40–1,20
0,60–1,40
max.1,40
max.1,50
max.1,50
max.1,60
max.1,60
0,50–1,40
0,50–1,40
0,90–1,65
0,90–1,65
1,00–1,70
1,00–1,70
max.1,50
max.1,50
max.1,50
max.1,50
max.1,70
max.1,70
max.1,70
max.1,70
max.0,80
max.1,20
max.1,60
max.0,60
max.0,70
max.1,40
max.1,20
max.1,40

0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,030
0,045
0,040
0,035
0,040
0,035
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,035
0,030
0,040
0,040
0,040
0,045
0,045
0,045
0,045
0,045

0,025
0,025
0,025
0,020
0,015
0,025
0,025
0,020
0,015
0,025
0,025
0,020
0,015
0,025
0,025
0,025
0,020
0,020
0,045
0,040
0,035
0,040
0,035
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,030
0,025
0,040
0,040
0,040
0,045
0,045
0,045
0,045
0,045

max.0,55
max.0,55
max.0,40
max.0,40
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,60
max.0,60
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35

Cr

max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30

Ni

max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.1,00
max.1,00
max.1,00
max.1,00
max.1,00
max.1,00

Mo

max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,08
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10

Cu

max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20

Other

Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020
Al min.0,020

Al min.0,020

max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30

max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,50 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,80 max.0,10 max.0,70
max.0,80 max.0,10 max.0,70
max.0,80 max.0,10 max.0,70
max.0,80 max.0,10 max.0,70
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,30 0,25–0,35 max.0,30
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30
max.0,30 max.0,08 max.0,30

max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30

max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,50
max.0,50
max.0,80
max.0,80
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30
max.0,30

107

max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,10
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20
max.0,20

max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35
max.0,35

Mechanical properties
Re
Rm
A5
min min min max min min
MPa ksi MPa MPa ksi %
235
275
355
235
235
235
275
275
355
255
255
255
285
285
285
355
355
355
420
420
420
460
460
460
235
265
210
240
290
320
360
225

355
210
235
245
290
360
245–440
V max.0,05 292–440
Ti max.0,04
V max.0,10 360–510
Ti max.0,04
195
Al min.0,020 235
pre TR2
265
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 235
Al min.0,020 265
Al max.0,040 280
Al min.0,020 215
Al min.0,020 265
235
275
275
355
355
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 275
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 355
Al min.0,020 420
Al min.0,020 420
Al min.0,020 460
Al min.0,020 460
235
275
355
155
185
235
275
355

350
420
500
340
340
340
410
410
490
360
360
360
390
390
390
490
490
490
530
530
530
560
560
560
360
410
320
370
420
460
510
340

480
550
650
470
470
470
540
540
630
480
480
480
510
510
510
630
630
630
680
680
680
730
730
730
480
530
440
490
540
580
630
460

490
335
370
415
415
460
415
415

630
475
510
555
555
620

460
320
360
410
390
390
490
490
490
490
560
560
560
560
360
410
450
360
410
340
410
410
490
490
370
370
470
470
550
550
360
360
450
450
500
500
530
530
360
430
500
260
320
360
410
490

25
21
21
26
26
26
22
22
22
25
25
25
24
24
24
22
22
22
21
21
21
19
19
19
24
22
26
24
23
21
20
25
25
23
22
21
20
22
21
20

440
500
570
530
530
650
650
650
650
730
730
730
730
500
570
600
480
570
470
560
560
630
630
540
540
630
630
720
720
510
510
610
610
660
660
720
720
500
570
650

27
25
22
24
24
22
22
22
22
19
19
19
19
25
23
22
25
24
26
22
22
20
20
24
24
22
22
17
17
24
24
22
22
19
19
17
17
25
21
21

The weld
The pipes are by double submerged-arc-welding process produced (longitudinal seam). Value of seam is v = 0,75 – 1.
Pipe ends
Pipe shall be furnished with ends according to standards:
DIN 2559 – 22
API 5L
EN 10 208-1, 2
ČSN, STN 13 1075 (T < 10 mm without beveling or according agreement)
Anti-corrosion coatings
The pipes are delivered:
• without anti-corrosion coatings
• with anti-corrosion coatings:
– standard bituminous coating
– bitumen + fiberglass (20 kV)
– bitumen + double fiberglass (25 kV)
– bitumen + impregnated paper + fiberglass (25 kV)
– bitumen + PVC + fiberglass (35 kV)
– according to standard DIN 30672
– painting
– polyethylen coating (in cooperation)
Inspection
Testing is performed in accordance with corresponding standards. Following tests are performed: visual control of weld and surface
condition, control of dimensions, mechanical testing of steel plate material and weld joint (tension test, Charpy V – notch test, bend
test), hydrostatic test, nondestructive examination of weld joint, testing of isolation. Other tests by agreement.
Marking
There are following information stamped on the pipe:
• producer
• dimension: outside diameter x wall thickness
• steel grade
• heat number
• production pipe number
• sign of technical control
• sign of welder
Certification
Test report certificate in accordance with the specification: DIN 50049, EN 10204, ASTM A 530, API 5L.
Other products of the mill
Besides longitudinally welded large diameter pipes, the mill provides following services and products:
• parts of stable pressure vessels
• welded elbows, reducers and other fitings
• pipeline with flanges
• irrigation pipes (zinc coated, with demountable joints)
• isolation of another pipes and fitings

108

1 000 kg) Large-volume baga BIG-BAGS Palettes of wooden prismos 109 . max. 800 mm. max. On request hexagonal bundles. 800 mm. mass is 3 500 kg.tubes are in box lose or in bundle Combinations of various types of packaging Pipe fittings Metal boxes Cardboard boxes on wooden palette Tube semiproducts Standard methods: Metal boxes (840 x 1 240 x 860 mm) Hexagonal bundles Hydraulic tubes are shipped in round bundles with mass max.Packaging of tubes and pipes On request or according to standard tubes and pipes are delivered with ends closed with plastic plugs or caps. Standard methods: The bundle binded by wire The bundle binded by steel strap Steel strap underlayed by paper tape (tapaten) Non – standard methods: The ends of bundle are wrapped in PE-foil or tapaten and foil Precision cold drawn tubes The tubes are shipped in round bundles with diameter max. On request hexagonal bundles. Standard methods: The bundle binded by steel strap Steel strap underlayed by tapaten Non-standard methods: The bundle is wrapped in PE-foil The ends of bundle are wrapped in PE-foil or other material Wooden mats round the bundle as a mechanical protection Wooden box. Hot finished tubes and pipes The tubes are shipped in round bundles with diameter max. 2 000 kg and length of 6 m binded by steel strap Packaging according to customer requirements : Cardboard boxes on wooden palette Wooden boxes (mass max. mass is 2 000 – 2 500 kg.

Mechanical testing Tensile test at room temperature(Zugversuch bei Raumtemperatur) Determined values: The upper yield strength ReH or the 0. t= 100 000 h.ČSN 42 0310.ASTM A370 (ASME SA 370) Tensile test at elevated temperature(Zugversuch bei erhohter Temperatur) Determined values: The proof strength at the agreed temperature Rp0.ČSN 42 0312 Hardness test(Härteprufung) (according to agreement and possibilities) Brinell: EN 10003. ASTM E 384 Conversion table hardness to Rm : DIN 50 150 Impact test at 20°C ( Kerbschlagbiegeversuch bei 20°C) Impact test at low temperatures (Kerb. DIN 50 115. DIN 50 103.DIN 50 351. ASTM E 18 Vickers: EN ISO 6507.ASTM E 92.(%) EN 10002/1.Mechanical and technological testing of tubes and pipes The tubes and pipes shall be subjected to the tests specified in individual standards. XYZ (MPa) at 1% elongation. XYZ (MPa) rupture at t= 100 000 h. EN 10291. ASTM E 319 Fatique testing – test is not included in standards for tubes and pipes 110 .ČSN 42 0371.EN ISO 6508.2 (MPa) The tensile strength Rm (MPa) Elongation Amin.2 (MPa) EN 10002-5.ASTM E 10 Rockwell: EN 10004. EN ISO 6506. T= 500°C (value for practice). DIN 50 145. ČSN 42 0381 Creep testing (Langzeitwarmfestigkeit) The creep rupture properties shall not be subject to verification Determined values: The creep proof strength (Zeitdehngrenze) –Rp or (Rt) (MPa) at ( t/A/T) – e.DIN 50 133.g.2% proof strength Rp0. T= 500°C The creep rupture strength (Zeitstandfestigkeit) –RmT (MPa) at (t/T) – e. bei niedrigen Temperaturen) Determined values: Minimum average absorbed energy KV (impact energy) (J) EN 10045-1.g. DIN 50 145. ČSN 42 0351.

DIN 50 139.5).D. ČSN 42 0415. ASTM A 370.D. ASTM A 370 (A 2. and under. The surface outside the fracture zone shall be free from cracks or breaks. EN 10233 is replaced by EN ISO 8492. ČSN 42 0415. 10 mm.D.Location and preparation of samples and test pieces for mechanical testing 111 . O. EN 10234 is replaced by EN ISO 8493.g.D. After fracture the test pieces shall not show any visible cracks without the use of magnifying aids (excluding the fracture point). shall be max. W:t. 45°or 60° at the option of the manufacturer until the percentage increase in outside diameter shown in tables in standards is reached.T.5 Flanging (Flange) test (Bordelversuch) The test piece shall have a flange turned over at right angles to the body of the tube to the width required by the applicable material specifications.7 Ring tensile test (Ringzugversuch) The test piece shall be subjected to strain in the circumferential direction until fracture occurs. DIN 50 136.6 Ring-expanding test (Ringaufdornversuch) The test piece shall be expanded with a conical tool until it breaks. EN 10232 is replaced by EN ISO 8491. EN 10237 is replaced by EN ISO 8496. max 150 mm.T. ČSN 42 0415. O.ASTM A 370 and standards for tubes and pipes. shall be 150 mm and under and W. O.T.5 mm) EN 10236 is replaced by EN ISO 8495. shall by 600 mm and under and with W.D. The following tests are made to prove ductility of tubular products : Bend test (Biegeversuch) – (in full size tubular sections). above 150 mm. 12 times the nominal diameter of the pipe. ASTM A 370. 40 mm and under. EN 10235 is replaced by EN ISO 8494. max. O. DIN 50 138 Others additional technological tests Crush test (upsetting test) (Anstauchen test) The test piece is placed on end and crushed endwise by hammer or press to the distance prescribed by the applicable material specifications.3 mm).4.O. DIN 50 135. 18-150 mm (114.D.D. DIN 50 137. or 65 mm and under. ČSN 42 0415. 2-16 mm (12.Technological testing (Manipulating tests) When tested in accordance with related standards the test piece shall withstand being tested without cracking. 10 mm.A 2. W. Test is used for pipe in sizes 2 in.3 Flattening test (Ringfaltversuch) The test piece shall be flattened at room temperature between parallel flat platens until the distance between the platens H (in mm) measured under load reaches the value given by the equation in standard.T. In this test a sufficient length of full size pipe is bent cold through (90°) around a cylindrical mandrel having a diameter e. Flaring test (Drift expanding test)/ (Aufweitversuch) The test piece shall be expanded by a tapered mandrel. I. Reverse flattening test (Reversionringfaltversuch) For testing of welds of electric welded tubing (Transverse guided) Bend test of welds (Biegeprufungen von Schweissnahten) This bend test is used to determine the ductility of fusion welds. ISO 377 Steel and steel products . ČSN 420415. shall by 15% of O.having an included angle of 30°. above 100 mm and W. Tested are tubes .

1104 1.8912 1.0254 1.8953 1.8902 1.A A53 A795 A795 R 35 84023/7 Gr.0116 1.8844 1. 1.1106 1. 10 1050 20 1050 09G2S 19281 18G2 19281 - PN-H ASTM Steel Standard Steel Standard Gr.Nr.Comparison of steels for tube and pipe (Not all the steels are delivered by ŽP a.0570 1.0038 1.0 St44-2 St44-2 St44-2 St44-3 St44-3 St44-3 StE255 StE255 StE255 TStE255 TStE255 TStE255 EStE255 EStE255 EStE255 StE285 StE285 StE285 TStE285 TStE285 TStE285 EStE285 EStE285 EStE285 St52-3 St52-3 St52-3 St52-3 St52-3 St52-3 StE355 StE355 StE355 TStE355 TStE355 TStE355 EStE355 EStE355 EStE355 StE420 StE420 StE420 TStE420 TStE420 TStE420 EStE420 EStE420 EStE420 StE460 StE460 StE460 TStE460 TStE460 TStE460 EStE460 EStE460 EStE460 - DIN W.8913 1.8848 1.8915 1.0044 1.0463 1.8902 1.0026 1.8956 1.0145 1.0038 1.0044 1.Nr.0038 1.1103 1.0566 1.0562 1.0138 1.8843 1.8918 Standard 17100 2609 17119 17120 17121 17119 17120 17121 2609 17119 17120 17121 17119 17120 17121 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17119 17120 17121 17119 17120 17121 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 17123 17124 17125 - BS Steel BS1387 HFS 3 SAW 4 HFS 4 SAW 5 HFS 5 - Standard 1387 6323-3 6323-7 6323-3 6323-7 6323-3 - NFA Steel Standard TU34-1 49-115 TUE235/Q2 49-501 TUE275/Q4 49-501 TUE275/Q3 49-501 TUE355/Q3 49-501 TUE450/Q4 49-501 - 112 UNI Steel Fe330 Fe35-1 Fe45-1 Fe 52-1 - ČSN.8901 1.0570 1.1104 1.0547 1.0491 1.STN Steel 11353 11373 11373 11353 11373 11375 11353 11443 11425 11453 11448 11448 11453 11523 11523 11503 - GOST Steel Stand.1106 1.0035 1.0116 1.8905 1.0116 1.0493 1.0547 1.0039 1.1103 1.0138 1.0570 1.0044 1.0149 1.0486 1.0539 1.0493 1.0562 1.0256 1.0497 1.0143 1.B A53 09G2 84018 18G2A 84018 - JIS Steel Standard STK 290 G 3444 STK 400 G 3444 STK 490 G 3444 STK500 G 3444 STK 540 G 3444 - .8905 1.0576 1.0144 1.8849 1.8912 1.A A53 R 45 84023/7 Gr.1103 1.0549 1.8845 1.8850 Standard 10025-2 10255 10253-1 10210-1 10219-1 10025-2 10253-1 10210-1 10219-1 10025-2 10210-1 10219-1 10025-2 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10219-1 10219-1 10210-1 10219-1 10025-2 10210-1 10219-1 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10219-1 10219-1 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10210-1 10219-1 10025-3 10219-1 10219-1 Steel St33-2 St37.8953 1.0461 1.0545 1.1106 1.) Steels for hollow structural sections.0 RSt37-2 RSt37-2 RSt37-2 St37-3 St37-3 St37-3 St44.0497 1.8915 1. Type S according to EN Steel S185 S195T S235 S235JRH S235JRH S235JR S235JRG2 S265 S275JOH S275JOH S275JO S275J2H S275J2H S275J2 S275NH S275NH S275N S275NLH S275NLH S275NL S275MH S275MLH S355JOH S355JOH S355JO S355J2H S355J2H S355J2G3 S355NH S355NH S355N S355NLH S355NLH S355NL S355MH S355MLH S420MH S420MLH S460NH S460NH S460N S460NLH S460NLH S460NL S460MH S460MLH EN W. s.8846 1.0562 1.0488 1.0539 1.8913 1.0553 1.8956 1.1104 1.8915 1.0570 1.0570 1.0566 1. 1.8912 1.8913 1.0463 1.0486 1.0488 1.0546 1.8903 1.0576 1.0461 1.0039 1.0549 1.0038 1.8918 1.0486 1.8902 1.0144 1.0461 1.8847 1.0463 1.0488 1.8905 1.8918 1.0144 1.0566 1.0570 1.0035 1.0490 1.0149 1.

7 1.7 1. X100M.0484 2609 StE320.Steels for Line Pipe. PSL and steelgrade are given in Table 2 of the API 5L standard. L450M.0409 17172 10208-2 StE360. Standard Steel St. 290.0457 17172 10208-2 StE290. L415Q. X60Q. L555Q (BQ.0256 1629 10208-1 St52.STN Steel Standard Steel Stan. 360.8970 17172 10208-2 StE415.2 standard. 450.0307 17172 10208-1 St37.B L485. normalized or normalized and tempered 3. The steels in the API 5L standard (forty-fourth edition. The figure may be rounded off to one decimal place (dimensions according to The API 5L Standard.quenched and tempered Steel of type LxyzQB with minimum tensile strength 360.8972 1.7 1.7 1.10M Standard are valid currently for line pipes according to API5L standard as well). Other steels are given for information only or deliveries upon agreement only.0458 1. L290Q.B - EN W.B L555. X80Q) MB Welded pipes .7 1. X56Q. X46Q. L360Q. X90M. X42M.0484 1. L390M. Edition. 290. X70Q.0582 17172 StE360. X52Q. 2007) are also designated according to the ISO 3183-1.7 1. L830M (BM. 555 MPa 2.0483 1.7TM 1. The table of L . 485. In GOST standards the data indicate the class of strength of the steel. X42Q.0421 1629 10208-2 StE240. L245 or B L290 or X42 L320 or X46 L360 or X52 L390 or X56 L415 or X60 L450 or X65 L485 or X70 As-rolled. L450Q. TSE220 49-400 Fe35-1 7088 Fe45-1 7088 TSE250 49-400 TSE320 49-400 TSE360 49-400 TSE415 49-400 - Notes: 1.7 1. normalized.8972 - DIN BS Standard Steel W. L415M. 4. 415. PSL 1 PN-H Steel Stan. Type L according to EN Steel L235 L275 L355 L210GA L235GA L245GA L290GA L360GA L245NB L290NB L360NB L415NB L415NB L450. - Quenched and tempered L245Q.0582 1. L320Q.8972 17172 10253-2 StE445.0499 1. L360M. L555M. editions up to 2004).0 1. The calculated table weight (kg/m. L320M. 450. tables 2 and 14) of a line pipe may differ depending on the wall thickness figure (mm) used in the calculation.8977 17172 10208-2 10208-2 - NFA UNI ČSN.7 1.0 1. 44.0459 1.PSL 1 and steels inclusive X56. The steels according to the EN 10208-2 standard are possible to deliver in the following delivery conditions: PSL 2 L245R or BR L290R or X42R L245N or BN L290N or X42N L320N or X46N L360N or X52N L390N or X56N L415N or X60N NB Seamless pipes . L175 or A25 L210 or A As-rolled. X65Q.0319 1. L485Q.Nr. X56M.0252 1.8975 17172 10208-2 StE480.normalizing rolled or normalized Welded pipes . normalizing rolled.0 1. X120M) Delivery conditions QB and MB upon agreement only. Steel St. 10224 10224 10224 10208-1 StE210. 415 MPa QB Seamless pipes .0484 17172 StE290.7 1.0582 2609 StE385. L290M. normalizing rolled or normalized Deliveries from Podbrezova . X65M. L485M. L690M.normalizing rolled or normalized or thermomechanical rolled strips or sheets Steel of type LxyzMB with minimum tensile strength 245.7TM 1.0457 1.Nr 1. L625M. X80M.0254 1629 10208-1 10208-1 St44. X52M. X60M. 485. Relationship between PSL.normalizig rolled strips or sheets and normalizing of weld seam or pipe Steel of type LxyzNB with minimum tensile strength 245.0419 1.type steels according to the EN standard also contains the steels according to the API 5CT standard. X46M. 360. normalized and tempered Thermomechanical rolled L245M. 415. October 1. steels (according to ISO and API 5L) and delivery conditions is the following: GOST Steel Standard K34 20295 K38 20295 K42 20295 K50 20295 K52 20295 K55 20295 K60 20295 - Possible combinations of acceptable processes of manufacture (type of pipe seamless or welded). X70M. 555 MPa Steel A25 A B X42 X46 X52 X56 BN X42N X46N X52N X56N X60N X65 X70 X80 H40 J55 K55 N80 API Standard API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5L API5CT API5CT API5CT API5CT Steel L175 L210 L245 L290 L320 L360 L390 L245N L290N L320N L360N L390N L415N L450x L485x L555x - ISO Standard 3183-1 3183-1 3183-1 3183-1 3183-1 3183-1 3183-1 3183-2 3183-2 3183-2 3183-2 3183-2 3183-2 3183-2 - As-rolled Normalizing rolled.0260 1. or it may be rounded off to two decimal places (dimensions according to The ASME B 36. 5. L390Q. 113 .

0225 1.0212 1.0225 1.0034 1.0580 1. Oceľ Standard Oceľ Stand.B A53 STKM18A G 3445 - - 1524 A519 1518 A519 - - STKM19A G 3445 STKM19A G 3445 - - - - .0215 1.0456 1.0220 1.0308 1. Oceľ Standard Oceľ Stand.0034 1. 114 - .0225 1.0580 1.0225 1.0236 1.0580 2391-2 1.0038 1.0033 1.0215 1.0408 1.0031 1.0308 1.0308 1.STN GOST PN-H ASTM JIS Oceľ Stand.0038 1.0225 1. 87).0308 1.0038 1. E275 = E320.0237 1.0421 1629 1.0261 1.0308 1.0570 2395-2 - ES380 49-646 TU20MV6 49-310 42 0250 42 0260 18G2A 19281 18G2A 84018 - - - - From point of view of chemical composition are identifical following steels: E155 = E190.0580 1.3 - 1.0236 1.0920 1.Nr.0570 2394-2 1.0212 1.0580 1.0261 1.0033 1.0570 2393-2 1.0044 1.0308 1. Type E according to EN Oceľ E155 E155 E155 E155 E155 E190 E190 E190 E195 E195 E195 E195 E195 E215 E215 E220 E220 E220 E235 E235 E235 E235 E235 E235 E235 E235 E255 E255 E255 E260 E260 E260 E275 E275 E275 E275 E275 E275 E275K2 E275K2 E295 E315 E315 E320 E320 E320 E335 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355 E355K2 E355K2 E360 E370 E370 E370 E410 EN W.C-steels for mechanical engineering.0033 1.0034 1.0212 1.0033 1.0580 1.0034 1.0033 1. 1. E235 = E260.0456 1.Nr.0070 1. Standard Oceľ Standard St33 RSt34-2 RSt34-2 St30Al St30Al St35 RSt37-2 RSt37-2 RSt37-2 St45 St44-2 St44-2 St52 St52-3 St52-3 St52.0031 1.0 St52.A A53 A822 A822 Gr.0261 Standard 10296-1 10305-2 10305-3 10305-5 10305-6 10296-1 10305-3 10305-5 10296-1 10305-2 10305-3 10305-5 10305-6 10305-1 10305-4 10296-1 10305-3 10305-5 10296-1 10297-1 10305-1 10305-2 10305-3 10305-4 10305-5 10305-6 10305-1 10305-1 10305-1 10296-1 10305-3 10305-5 10296-1 10297-1 10305-2 10305-3 10305-5 10305-6 10296-1 10297-1 10025-2 10297-1 10297-1 10296-1 10305-3 10305-5 10025-2 10294-1 10296-1 10297-1 10305-1 10305-2 10305-3 10305-4 10305-5 10305-6 10296-1 10297-1 10025-2 10296-1 10305-3 10305-5 10305-1 DIN BS Oceľ W.0237 1.STKM11A G 3445 .0215 1.0580 1.0308 1.0920 1.0225 1.0034 1. E195 = E220. E355 = E370 in standard EN 10305-3.0237 1. Oceľ Standard 2395-2 2393-2 2394-2 2391-2 2391-2 2391-2 2393-2 2394-2 2395-2 2391-2 2393-2 2394-2 - CEW1 ERW1 CEW2 ERW2 HFS3 CFS3 CEW3 ERW3 CFS4 CFS4 HFS4 CFS4 CEW4 ERW4 - 6323-6 6323-5 6323-6 6323-5 6323-3 6323-4 6323-6 6323-5 6323-4 6323-4 6323-3 6323-4 6323-6 6323-5 - ES185 ES185 ES200 TU37-b TU37-b ES235 TU37-b TU42-b TU42BT ES250 TU42-b ES275 ES275 - 49-646 49-646 49-646 49-311 49-310 49-646 49-330 49-310 49-330 49-646 49-310 49-646 49-646 - Fe280 Fe280 Fe280 Fe320 Fe320 Fe320 Fe320 Fe360 Fe360 Fe360 Fe360 Fe35-1 Fe35-2 Fe360 Fe430 Fe410 Fe410 Fe410 Fe45-1 Fe45-2 Fe410 - 7945 7946 7947 7945 7946 7947 7287 7729 7945 7946 7947 663 663 6363 7729 7945 7946 7947 663 663 6363 - 11320 11343 11343 11353 11373 11453 - 42 0142 42 0142 42 0142 42 0250 42 0142 42 0260 - 10 10 20 20 - 1050 10707 1050 10707 - 08XA 12X 12X 10 R35 St3x 20 R45 - 84023 84023 84023 84019 84023 84020 84019 84023 - - - - ES300 ES300 ES320 - 49-646 49-646 49-646 - Fe460 Fe460 - 7946 7947 - - - - - - - HFS5 CFS5 CEW5 ERW5 - 6323-3 6323-4 6323-6 6323-5 - TU52-b TU52-b ES355 ES355 - 49-311 49-310 49-646 49-646 - Fe52-1 Fe52-2 Fe510 Fe490 Fe510 Fe510 Fe510 - 663 663 7729 7945 7946 7947 6363 - 11523 11523 - - - - - - 1.0212 1.0580 1.0220 1.0044 NFA Oceľ Standard UNI ČSN.0050 1.0060 1.0580 1.0308 1.0308 1. The strips for production of welded tubes are differed with method of production and with mechanical properties (see p.0035 1.0031 1.0220 1.0034 1.0034 1.0580 1.STKM12A G 3445 Gr.

Oceľ
E420
E420
E420J2
E460K2
E460K2
E470
E590K2*
E730K2*
E275M*
E355M*
E460M*

EN
W.Nr.
1.0575
1.0575
1.0599
18891
1.8891
1.0536

1.0644
1.8893
1.8895
1.8896
1.8898

Standard

DIN
BS
Oceľ W.Nr. Standard Oceľ Standard

10305-3
10305-5
10297-1
10296-1
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10296-1
10296-1
10296-1

-

-

HFS8
-

6323-3
-

NFA
Oceľ Standard
ES420
TU56-b
TU56-b
TU56-b
-

49-646
49-311
49-311
49-311
-

UNI
ČSN,STN
GOST
PN-H
ASTM
JIS
Oceľ Stand. Oceľ Standard Oceľ Stand. Oceľ Standard Oceľ Stand. Oceľ Standard
Fe55-1
Fe55-2
Fe540
-

* for information only

115

663
663
7729
-

11550
11550
11550
11650
-

42 0250
42 0250
42 0250
42 0250
-

-

-

R 55
-

84 023/7 1541 A519
-

-

-

C-steels for quenching and tempering and case hardening steels, Type C according to EN
Steel
C10E
C10E
C10E
C10E
C10E
C10E
C10R
C10R
C10R
C15E
C15E
C15E
C15E
C15E
C15E
C15R
C15R
C15R
C15R
C15R
C15R
C16E
C16E
C16E
C16R
C16R
C16R
-

EN
W.Nr. Standard

1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1207
1.1207
1.1207

1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140

1.1148
1.1148
1.1148
1.1208
1.1208
1.1208

C22E 1.1151
G4051
C22E 1.1151
C22E 1.1151
C22E 1.1151
C22E 1.1151
C22E 1.1151
C22R 1.1149
C22R 1.1149
-

10084
10084
10084
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10084
10084
10084
10084
10084
10084
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10084
10084
10084
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10084
10084
10084
10084
10084
10084
-

Steel

10297-1

St30Si
C10
C10
C10
Ck10
Ck10
Ck10
Ck10
Ck10
Ck10
C15
C15
C15
Ck15
Ck15
Ck15
Ck15
Ck15
Ck15
Cm15
Cm15
Cm15
Cm15
Cm15
Cm15
C22
C22
Ck22

10297-1
10083-2
10297-1
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
-

Ck22
Ck22
Ck22
Ck22
Ck22
Cm22
Cm22
-

DIN
W.Nr.
1.0211
1.0301
1.0301
1.0301
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121
1.1121

1.0401
1.0401
1.0401
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1141
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140
1.1140

1.0402
1.0402
1.1151
1.1151
1.1151
1.1151
1.1151
1.1151
1.1149
1.1149

BS
NFA
Standard Steel Standard

Standard

Steel

2391-2
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17210
17200
17204
17200

045M10
040A10
080M15
080M15
040A20
070M20

970
970
970
970
970
970

XC10
XC10
XC15
XC15
1C22
XC18

17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
-

-

-

-

UNI ČSN,STN
GOST
Steel
Steel Steel Standard

PN-H
Steel Stan.

35-551
35-551
35-551
35-551
35-552
35-552

C10
C10
C15
C15
C20
C20

12010
12023
12024
12024

10
10
15
20
20

1050
1050
1050
1050
1050

1008
1008
1008
1010
1010
1010
10 84019 1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
- MT1010
- MT1010
- MT1010
1012
1012
1012
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
1015
- MT1015
- MT1015
- MT1015
- MTX1015
- MTX1015
- MTX1015
1016
1016
1016
1016
1016
1016
1017
1017
1018
1018
1018
1019
1019
1019
1020
1020
1020
1021
1021
1021
1022
1022
20 84019
-

-

-

-

-

-

116

-

-

Steel

ASTM
Standard

1022
1022
1022
1022
1022
1022
1022
MT1020
MT1020
MT1020
MTX1020
MTX1020
MTX1020

JIS
Steel

Standard

A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
1022

STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
STKM11A
S15CK
STKM12A
STKM12A
STKM12A
S22C
A519

G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G4051
G3445
G3445
G3445
G4051
S20C

A519
A513
A519
A513
A513
A519
A513
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512

STKM13A
STKM13A
STKM13A

G3445
G3445
G3445

Steel

C25
C25E
C25E
C25E
C25R
C25R
C25R
C30
C30E
C30E
C30E
C30R
C30R
C30R
C35
C35
C35
C35
C35
C35
C35E
C35E
C35E
C35E
C35E
C35E
C35R
C35R
C35R
C35R
C35R
C35R
C40
C40
C40E
C40E
C40R
C40R
C45
C45
C45E
C45E
C45E
C45E
C45R
C45R
C50E
C50E
C50R
C50R
C55
C55
C55E
C55E
C55R
C55R
C60
C60
C60E
C60E
C60R
C60R

EN
W.Nr. Standard

1.0406
1.1158
1.1158
1.1158
1.1163
1.1163
1.1163

1.0528
1.1178
1.1178
1.1178
1.1179
1.1179
1.1179
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.0511
1.0511
1.1186
1.1186
1.1189
1.1189
1.0503
1.0503
1.1191
1.1191
1.1191
1.1191
1.1201
1.1201

1.1206
1.1206
1.1241
1.1241
1.0535
1.0535
1.1203
1.1203
1.1209
1.1209
1.0601
1.0601
1.1221
1.1221
1.1223
1.1223

10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10297-1
10297-1
10297-1
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10297-1
10297-1
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2
10297-1
10083-2
10083-2
10083-2

Steel
C25
C25
C25
Ck25
Ck25
Ck25
Cm25
Cm25
Cm25
C30
C30
C30
Ck30
Ck30
Ck30
Cm30
Cm30
Cm30
C35
C35
C35
C35
C35
C35
Ck35
Ck35
Ck35
Ck35
Ck35
Ck35
Cm35
Cm35
Cm35
Cm35
Cm35
Cm35
C40
C40
Ck40
Ck40
Cm40
Cm40
C45
C45
Ck45
Ck45
Ck45
Ck45
Cm45
Cm45
C50
C50
Ck50
Ck50
Cm50
Cm50
C55
C55
Ck55
Ck55
Cm55
Cm55
C60
C60
Ck60
Ck60
Cm60
Cm60

DIN
W.Nr.
1.0406
1.0406
1.0406
1.1158
1.1158
1.1158
1.1163
1.1163
1.1163

1.0528
1.0528
1.0528
1.1178
1.1178
1.1178
1.1179
1.1179
1.1179
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.0501
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1181
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.1180
1.0511
1.0511
1.1186
1.1186
1.1189
1.1189
1.0503
1.0503
1.1191
1.1191
1.1191
1.1191
1.1201
1.1201
1.0540
1.0540
1.1206
1.1206
1.1241
1.1241
1.0535
1.0535
1.1203
1.1203
1.1209
1.1209
1.0601
1.0601
1.1221
1.1221
1.1223
1.1223

BS
NFA
UNI ČSN,STN
GOST
Standard Steel Standard Steel
Steel Steel Standard

Standard

Steel

17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17204
17204
17204
17200
17200
17200
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17200
17204
17204
17200
17200
17204

070M26
070M26
080M30
080M36
CFS6
CFS6
CFS6
CFS6
CFS6
CFS6
080M40
080M40
080M46
CFS8
CFS8
CFS8
CFS8
080M50
070M55
070M55
070M62
-

970
970
970
970
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
970
970
970
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
6323-4
970
970
970
970
-

1C25
XC25
XC32
1C35
XC38H1
1C40
XC42H1
1C45
XC48H1
1C50
XC50H1
1C55
XC55H1
1C60
XC60H1
-

35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
35-552
-

C25
C25
C30
C35
C35
C40
C40
C45
C45
C50
C50
C55
C55
C60
C60
-

117

12030
12030
12031
12031
12040
12040
12040
12040
12040
12040
12040
12041
12041
12050
12050
12050
12050
12050
12051
12050
12060
12060
12060
12061
12061
-

25
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
40
45
45
45
45
45
50
55
55
60
60
-

1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
-

PN-H
Steel Stan.
35
35
35
35
35
35
R55
R55
R55
R55
R55
R55
45
45
45
45
R65
R65
55
55
-

84019
84019
84019
84019
84019
84019
84023
84023
84023
84023
84023
84023
84019
84019
84019
84019
84023
84023
84019
84019
-

Steel
1025
1025
1025
1025
1025
1025
1025
1025
1025
1026
1026
1026
1027
1030
1030
1030
1030
1030
1030
1030
1030
1030
1033
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1035
1040
1040
1040
1040
1040
1040
1045
1045
1045
1045
1045
1045
1045
1045
1545
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1055
1055
1060
1060
1060
1060
1060
1060

ASTM
Standard
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A513
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A513
A519
A519
A513
A513
A512
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A513
A512
A519
A519
A513
A513
A512
A512
A519
A513
A519
A513
A519
A513
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A519
A513
A519
A513
A519
A513
A519
A519
A513
A513
A513
A513
A513
A513

JIS
Steel

Standard

S25C
STKM14A
STKM14A
STKM14A
S30CM
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM15A
STKM16A
STKM16A
STKM16A
STKM16A
STKM16A
STKM16A
S40C
S45C
S45C
STKM17A
STKM17A
S55C
S55C
S58C
S58C
-

G4051
G3445
G3445
G3445
G4051
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G3445
G4051
G4051
G4051
G3445
G3445
G4051
G4051
G4051
G4051
-

0498 1.0256 1.0425 1.0562 1.0405 1.0254 1.0255 1.A-2 Gr.0405 1.0256 1.0565 1.0453 1.0305 1.0315 1.C-steels for tubes for pressure purposes.B Gr.4 St44.0488 1.8 St45.0425 1.8 St35.0565 BS Standard 17173 17174 1629 2609 1626 1630 1628 17175 17175 17175 17175 2609 2609 17177 17177 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 1629 2609 1626 1630 1628 2609 17175 17175 17175 17175 17177 17177 17173 17174 17173 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 2609 17178 17179 17178 1629 2609 1626 1630 1628 17179 17179 17178 17179 2609 NFA Steel Standard Steel Standard 320 320 430LT 360 CFS360 360 360 360 360 430 CFS430 430 430 430 430 440 440 430LT 430LT 430LT - 3059-1 3606 3603 3601 7416 3059-2 3602-1 3602-1 3602-1 3601 7416 3602-1 3059-2 3602-1 3602-1 3606 3606 3603 3603 3603 - TS34-C TUE220A AE220A AE220 TU37c TU37c TU37c TU37c TUE220 TUE220 TS37C TS37C TUE235A TU42c TU42c TUE250 TUE250 TS42c TS42c TU42BT TU42BT TU42BT TU48c TU48c TS48c TS48c AE275 TUE290B2 TUE290B3 TUE360B2 - 49-245 49-112 49-186 49-281 49-213 49-215 49-215 49-215 49-211 49-211 49-243 49-245 49-112 49-213 49-215 49-211 49-281 49-243 49-245 49-215 49-215 49-215 49-213 49-215 49-243 49-245 49-281 49-411 49-411 49-411 - 118 UNI ČSN.8 St35.0255 1.0488 1.0107 1. 1.0421 1.4 St37.0425 1.0461 1.0345 1.0425 1.8 St35.8 St37.4 StE355 StE355 StE355 WStE355 WStE355 P195TR1 P195TR1 P195TR2 P195TR2 P195GH P195GH P215NL P215NL P215NL P215NL P235 P235TR1 P235TR1 P235TR1 P235TR2 P235TR2 P235TR2 P235TR2 P235TR2 P235TR2 P235GH P235GH P235GH P235GH P235GH P235GH P235GH P235GH P255QL P265 P265TR1 P265TR1 P265TR1 P265TR2 P265TR2 P265TR2 P265GH P265GH P265GH P265GH P265GH P265GH P265NL P265NL P265NL P265NL P275NL1 P275NL1 P275NL1 P275NL2 P275NL2 1.8 St42.0305 1.A-1 Gr.0421 1.0451 1.8 St45.0348 1.0453 1.0259 1.0254 1.0 St44.0345 1.8 St45. Steel Standard Fe320 Fe320 C15 Fe320 C14 C14 C14 C14 C18 C18 C20 C20 C20 - 11369 11353 12021 12021 12021 12021 11453 11453 12022 12022 11419 11448 11419 11523 - - 10 10 10 10 20 20 - 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 - R35 K10 K10 K10 K10 R45 R45 K18 K18 - 84023 74252 74252 74252 74252 84023 84023 74252 74252 - ASTM Steel Standard A822 A822 Gr.0305 1.6 WPL6 - JIS Steel Standard A822 A822 A333 STPL380 G3460 A334 STBL380 G3464 STPG370 G3454 STS370 G3455 A106 STPT370 G3456 A179 STPT370 G3456 A192 STPT370 G3456 A556 STPT370 G3456 A178 STB340 G3461 A214 STB340 G3461 STPG410 G3454 STS410 G3455 A106 STPT410 G3456 A210 STPT410 G3456 A556 A234 A178 STB410 G3461 A178 STB410 G3461 A333 A334 A420 STS480 G3455 - .0488 1.0425 1.0405 1.0562 1. Type P according to EN Steel EN W.0305 1.0498 1.0255 1.0256 1.0488 1.0254 1.4 St44.0487 1.0259 1.0255 1.0562 1.0258 1.0258 1.0 St52.0108 1.0305 1.8 StE255 StE255 WStE255 WStE255 TStE255 TStE255 EStE255 EStE255 St44.0356 1.1104 10216-1 10217-1 10216-1 10217-1 10216-2 10217-2 10216-4 10217-4 10217-6 10253-2 10253-2 10216-1 10216-1 10217-1 10216-1 10217-1 10216-1 10216-1 10216-1 10253-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10217-2 10217-5 10216-4 10253-2 10216-1 10216-1 10217-1 10216-1 10217-1 10253-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10216-2 10217-2 10217-5 10216-4 10217-4 10217-6 10253-2 10216-3 10216-3 10217-3 10216-3 10217-3 P355N P355N P355N P355NH P355NH 1.B-2 WPB Gr.Nr.0581 1.0345 1.0345 1.8 St35.0257 1.0255 1.STN GOST PN-H Steel Steel Steel Stand.0258 1.0345 1.0356 1.1 Gr.0315 1.A A214 Gr.1 Gr.0453 1.0356 1.0107 1.0461 1.0345 1.0108 1.1104 1.0562 1.0257 1.0487 1.0451 1.0 St44.0257 1.8 St37.0 St52.0345 1.0 St52.8 St42.1103 1.0488 1.0 St37.8 St35.0486 1.0488 1.0254 1.0486 1.0421 1.1104 1.0581 1.0255 1.4 St35.0462 1.A A179 A192 Gr.0 St44.0425 1.0462 1. Standard Steel TTSt35N TTSt35N St37.0565 10216-3 10253-2 10217-3 10216-3 10253-2 1.1103 1.0348 1.0254 1.B Gr.0305 1.8 TTSt35V TTSt35V TTSt35V StE285 StE285 WStE285 WStE285 TStE285 TStE285 TStE285 EStE285 EStE285 St52.0562 1.0 St37.Nr.0451 1.1104 1.0453 DIN W.0451 1.0259 1.4 St45.0356 1.0356 1.0255 1.0452 1.B Gr.0 St37.0255 1.0463 1.6 Gr.4 St52.0254 1.0562 1.0345 1.0565 1.0405 1.0463 1.

0566 1.8905 1.8876 1.0566 1.8932 1. 1.0565 1.8881 1.8918 1.0566 1.8935 1.8915 1.8879 1.1106 1.Nr.8877 1.8932 1.Steel P355NH P355NL1 P355NL1 P355NL1 P355NL2 P355NL2 EN W.8888 10216-3 10217-3 10216-3 10217-3 10216-3 10217-3 10216-3 10217-3 10216-3 10216-3 10216-3 10216-3 10216-3 10216-3 10216-3 Steel WStE355 TStE355 TStE355 TStE355 EStE355 EStE355 StE420 StE420 WStE420 WStE420 TStE420 TStE420 EStE420 EStE420 StE460 StE460 WStE460 WStE460 TStE460 TStE460 EStE460 EStE460 - DIN W. 1. Steel Standard TUE360B3 49-411 11503 11503 11503 TUE420B2 49-411 TUE420B3 49-411 TUE485B2 49-411 TUE485B3 49-411 - * for information only 119 ASTM Steel Standard - JIS Steel Standard - .8902 1.8918 1.8935 1.8902 1.8935 1.8913 1.8890 1.8935 1.0566 1.8905 1.8912 1.8905 1.0566 1.8918 BS Standard 17178 17179 17178 2609 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 17179 17178 - Steel - NFA UNI ČSN.8915 1.8918 1.STN GOST PN-H Standard Steel Standard Steel Steel Steel Stand.8880 1.1106 1.Nr.0566 1.1106 1.1106 Standard 10217-3 10216-3 10217-3 10253-2 10216-3 10217-3 P460N P460N P460NH P460NH P460NL1 P460NL1 P460NL2 P460NL2 *P620Q *P620QH *P620QL *P690Q *P690QH *P690QL1 *P690QL2 1.8913 1.0565 1.8915 1.8915 1.8912 1.8905 1.

7016 1.7320 10084 1.55 4360 CFS 9 6323-4 655M13 970 49-310 49-312 20MnV5 19281 5781 5781 5781 - - 13220 18G2AV 84018 - K 01907 K 12202 - - STKM20A G 3445 STKM20A G 3445 1.6657 10084 14NiCrMo134 36NiCrMo16 1.7147 17210 20MB5 35-552 38MB5 35-552 16MC5 35-551 16MnCr5 20MC5 35-551 20MnCr5 10084 10083-3 10083-3 10083-3 (5120) A519 - - - - 15231 10MnSi6 3 1. Steel Standard Steel Stand.0912 10083-3 10083-3 10083-3 10084 16MnCr5 10297-1 10084 20MnCr5 C28Mn 4543 20G 84019 4543 4543 30G2 84030/04 1330 1527 4543 4543 1335 4543 4543 1.6580 17200 823M30 10297-1 970-1 10084 10083-3 10084 20MV6 S470M 09G2S 18G2S 25G2S 35GS 970 970 12NC15 (30NC12) 16NC6 16 420 16 440 30ChN3A 4543 35-551 16CrNi4 16 321 38NiCrMo4 3115 SAE 3435 SAE 9840 SAE SNC815 G 4052 (12ChN2) 40ChGNM 4543 30CND8 35NiCrMo6 16 343 36Ch2N2MA 4543 35-556 30NiCrMo8 16 430 18NCD6 35-551 20NCD2 16NiCrMo2 35-551 20NiCrMo2 16 125 20ChGNM 4543 SNCM431 G 4103 18CrNiMo7-6 1.51XY 1.5919 17210 (815M17) 970 10083-3 36CrNiMo4 1. 21 and 111).7016 10084 17Cr3 20Cr4 28Cr4 1. Steel DIN W.6773 10083-3 35NiCrMo16 39NiCrMo3 1.Alloy steels for tubes for mechanical purposes and heat treatment.Nr. Steel JIS 20G 25G2 30G2 A519 SCMn1 G 4051 A519 SMn438 G4052 5115 A519 SCr415 G 4051 Standard Mn steel 26Mn5 28Mn6 38Mn6 1.7182 33MnCrB5-2 1.6931 26NiCrMo85 18NiCrMo14-6 17NiCrMo14 Cr steel 38Cr2 1.STN Steel GOST PN-H ASTM Steel Stand.5217 1.7006 10083-3 46Cr2 17Cr3 1.5217 10294-1 1.7030 10084 28Cr4 1.6511 36CrNiMo4 1.0561 17204 1.3533 17230 1.8162 Mn-Si steel 28Mn6 16Mn9 36Mn4 36Mn5 (36Mn7) 36Mn6 46Mn5 46Mn7 20Mn4 CFS7 6323-4 1. Steel NFA Standard UNI Steel ČSN.71XY 12MnCrSirMoTi 1.7160 27MnCrB5-2 1.5752 1. 120 15Ch 4543 5045 (5015) A519 A519 30Ch 4543 5130 A519 SCr415 G 4104 .1128 1.5531 38MnB5 1.6657 832M13 835M30 970 970 16NCD13 38NCD16 35-571 34NiCrMo16 1.5805 35NiCr6 1.6931 1.7147 Mn-Cr-B steel 16MnCrB5 1.5752 10084 10NiCr5-4 1. Stand.6580 30CrNiMo8 1.5417 10305-1 1.1170 17200 150M28 970 28Mn6 35-552 1.5714 10084 1.6511 17200 817M37 10297-1 10083-3 34CrNiMo6 1.6566 10084 17NiCrMo5 14NiCrMo13-4 1.6582 30CrNiMo8 1. 21Mn4 1.7131 20MnCr5 1.6511 34CrNiMo6 1.5918 Cr-Ni-Mo steel 36CrNiMo4 1.6523 17210 805M20 970 16 326 8617 8620 A519 A519 SNCM220 G 4103 9310 A519 40NiCrMo7 17NiCrMo5 1.1127 10297-1 Mn-B steel 20MnB5 1.7003 1.1167 17204 150M36 35M5 35-552 970-3 35G 35G2 35G2 40G2 13250 45G2 4543 14220 14220 14221 18ChG 4543 18ChG 4543 14224 20ChGR 4543 13141 13320 14240 1.7321 10084 20MoCr4 1.6523 10297-1 41NiCrMo7-3-2 1.8905 17124 38MS5 13240 Pre Trip 1.6587 17210 1.7189 Mn-Cr-Si steel (30MnCrSi4) 1.7027 1.7185 39MnCrB6-2 1.6563 10297-1 40NiCrMo73 17NiCrMo6-4 1.5532 Mn-Cr steel 16MnCr5 1. In EN 10216-2 is as boiler steel with reduced contents of P and S and guaranted contents of Al. Type 26Mn5 according to EN Steel EN W.7131 16MnCr5 1.7006 1.6580 - 14331 30ChGSA 4543 POD2001 (18MnSi6-3) (25MnSi6-3) (20MnSi7) Mn-V steel 20MnV6 (E410) Mo steel 26Mo2 20MoCr3 20MoCr4 Cr-Ni steel 16NiCr4 15NiCr13 - Gr.7321 17210 16CrNi4 14NiCr14 31NiCr14 (10NiCr6) 1.1161 10305-1 1.Nr.5815 17CrNi6-6 1.5122 20MnV6 (StE460) 1.6582 17200 817M40 10083-3 30CrNiMo8 1.51XY Mn-Cr-V steel 27MnCrV4 1.0509 10305-1 1.6523 10084 21NiCrMo2 20NiCrMo2-2 1.5530 30MnB5 1.5125 37MnSi5 1.6510 10083-3 26NICrMo8-5 1.7131 17210 590M17 970 1.7030 17200 17200 17210 523M15 17210 17200 530A30 16 431 970-1 38C2 42C2 18C3 35-552 35-552 38Cr2 45Cr2 14120 970 Steel 25CrMo4 is steel for machinery parts (see p.6587 10084 17CrNiMo6 Ni-Cr-Mo steel 16NiCrMo2 20NiCrMo2-2 1.7003 10083-3 38Cr2 46Cr2 1.5755 15CrNi6 1.0469 17115 BS Steel Stand. Stand.1170 10083-2 1.

7225 1.8550 10085 34CrAlNi7 Cr-Si steel (38 CrSi 6-5) 84030 84030 84041 Standard 5132 5135 (5140) (5140) 52100 A519 A519 A519 A519 4130 4130 A519 A519 SCM418 G 4052 SCM420 G 4105 SCM420 G 4105 4135 A519 SCM435 G 4052 4140 4142 4150 A519 A519 A519 SCM440 G 4052 (SCM4) G 4052 SCM445 G 4052 6150H A519 SUP 10 G 4801 K23510 K24065 A355 A355 SACM645 G 4202 - G 4052 G 4052 G 4051 G 4051 G 4805 (POD 90) POD2000 ( BTR 110) 42CrV6 (30CrV9) 51CrV4 1.7035 100Cr6 1.7225 50CrMo4 1.7243 25CrMo4 1.7709 10269 21CrMoV5 7 30CrMoV9 1.Steel EN W. Steel Standard Steel Stand.76XY 1.Nr.8521 17211 1.7218 30CrMo4 1.8515 10085 31CrMo12 34CrAlNi7-10 1.8509 10085 41CrAlMo7 31CrMo12 1.Nr.7709 17240 1.7228 1.7035 1.8159 10083-3 50CrV4 Cr-Mo-V steel 15CrMoV5-9 15CrMoV5-10 15CrMoV6 21CrMoV5-7 1.3536 Cr-Mn-Mo steel 12CrMnMoV8-6 1.8523 17211 897M39 970-1 50CV4 35-552 15CDV6 20CDV6 15CrMoV6 35-559 24CrMoV55 15 320 25Ch1M1F 20072 15 330 30Ch3MF 4543 31CrMoV9 15 330 30Ch3MF 4543 31CrMoV10 32CDV12 40CDV13 35-590 1.7218 17204 CFS 10 6323-4 34CrMo4 34CrMo4 42CrMo4 42CrMo4 50CrMo4 100CrMo7 1. Steel 35-565 34Cr4 38Cr4 41Cr4 100Cr6 14141 14140 14 148 (14 151) 14 109 35Ch 38Ch 40Ch 40Ch ‘Ch15 4543 4543 4543 40H 4543 40H 801 LH 15 SCr430 SCr435 SCr440 SCr440 SUJ 2 18CD4 25CD4 (27CD4) 35-551 35-552 18CrMo4 25CrMo4 15 124 15 130 15 130 34CD4 35-552 30CrMo4 34CrMo4 15 141 20ChM 30ChM 30ChM 30ChM 35ChM 4543 4543 4543 4543 4543 42CD4 35-552 42CrMo4 15 142 38ChM 4543 50CD4 100CD7 35-552 35-565 50CrMo4 100CrMo7 32CrMoV12-9 10085 32CrMoV1210 40CrMoV13-9 1.8507 1.7225 42CrMo4 1.7220 1.8515 1.STN Steel GOST PN-H ASTM Steel Stand.7035 41Cr4 1.79XY 16CrMnMoV8-7 1.8507 10085 34CrAlMo5 41CrAlMo7-10 1.12 34CrAlMo7 40CAD6.8523 10085 39CrMoV139 Cr-Al-Mo steel 34CrAl6 32CrAlMo7-10 1.79XY Cr-V steel 10083-3 10083-3 10083-3 10297-1 683-17 10084 10083-3 10297-1 10297-1 10083-3 10297-1 10083-3 10297-1 10083-3 683-17 Steel DIN W. Steel NFA Standard 530A32 530M36 530A40 970-1 970-1 970-1 32C4 38C4 42C4 35-552 35-553 35-552 535A99 970-1 100C6 34Cr4 37Cr4 41Cr4 41Cr4 100Cr6 1.7220 42CrMo4 1.7561 1.8159 17200 735A50 970-1 1.8504 1.7745 1.7216 34CrMo4 1.7218 25CrMo4 1.7218 17200 708A25 970-1 1.8550 50CrV4 15 241 15 230 15 260 50ChGFA 14959 14 340 (38Ch2Ju) 4543 17211 17211 905M39 17211 722M24 17211 970 970 30CAD6.8519 10085 - JIS 15CMD9 1. 34Cr4 1.8505 10085 34CrAlMo5-10 1.7765 1.3505 25CrMo4 25CrMo4 1.79XY 15CrMnMo9 1.7034 41Cr4 1.7220 1.7033 37Cr4 1.7707 10250-3 30CrMoV9 31CrMoV9 1.3537 17200 708A37 970-1 17204 17200 708A40 970-1 17204 CFS 11 6323-4 17200 17230 UNI Steel ČSN. 17200 17200 17200 17204 17230 Steel BS Stand.7033 1. Stand.3505 Cr-Mo steel 18CrMo4 1.7035 1.7734 1.71XY) 14 341 121 38ChS .7225 1.7707 17200 1.7220 34CrMo4 1.8509 1.7228 100CrMo7-3 1.12 35-552 41CrAlMo7 15 340 38Ch2MJuA 4543 30CD12 32CrMo12 (16 347) (1. Stand.7034 1.

7378 8CrMoNiNb9 10 1.7362 X11CrMo5 1.5415 20Mo5 1.7338 10CrMo9-10 10CrMo9-10 11CrMo9-10 DIN W.D - - 17102 15Ch5M 550 17102 15Ch5M 20072 - T1.7383 10216 . alloyed also with B.2 (X12CrMo7) (1.5415 16Mo3 1.C WPC Gr.77XY) (12CrMoV4-3-2) (1. 10216-2 10216-4 10216 .2 16Mo5 - 26CrMo4 13CrMo4 4 13CrMo4 4 10CrMo9 10 10CrMo9 10 12CrMo12-10 12CrMo12-10 12CrMo19 5 12CrMo19 5 X12CrMo9 1 17175 17175 17175 17175 1.Mo steel 25CrMo4 1.8 A333 Gr.6212 13MnNi6-3 1.7386 10216 .4903 10253-2 X20CrMoV11-1 1.16Mo5 - 625 625 3604-1 3606 TUZ10CD5-05 TUZ12CD5-05 49-213 49-215 629 629 3059-2 3604-1 TUZ10CD9 - 49-213 - - - - - 15HM 74252 - - 17116 - - - - ASTM Stand.0481 1.0473 Mn + Nb.7 Gr.7386 10253 .7362 10253 .12Ch1MF 20072 15423 17119 17119 17134 17134 - - - T23 A213 T / P 911 A213 T / P 92 A213 T / P 122 A213 17173 17173 17173 17173 3603 Steel JIS Standard STPT480 G3456 STB510 G3461 - - STBA12 G3462 STPA12 G3458 STBA13 G3462 STBA20 STPA20 STBA22 STPA22 STBA23 STPA23 STBA24 STPA24 G3462 G3458 G3462 G3458 G3462 G3458 G3462 G3458 STBA25 G3462 STPA25 G3458 STBA26 G3462 STPA26 G3458 15323 640 17175 17175 - 49-213 49-213 49-213 14CrMo3 15 121 15ChM 4543 49-215 49-213 49-21312CrMo9 10 15313 10Ch2M 5520 - 590 17175 17176 GOST PN-H Steel Stand.6212 10216-4 11MnNi5 3 1.7335 1.2 10253 .5680 X10Ni9 1.Alloy steels for pressure purposes.5415 1. Type 16Mo3 according to EN EN Steel Mn steel (P295 GH) - Stand.T5b.0481 - 17Mn4 17Mn4 17Mn4 17Mn4 1.0473 17155 10216-2 17MnV4 10216-2 10217-2 10217-5 10253-2 10213-2 10216-2 15Mo3 15Mo3 15Mo3 15Mo3 (P310 GH) 1.6368 10216-2 (WB36) BS Steel Stand.7335 13CrMo4-5 1.5415 16Mo3 1.5680 10216-4 12Ni19 1.0481 1.P5c (T7) (P7) T9 P9 A213 A335 A213 A335 A213 A335 A213 A335 T24 P24 A213 A335 T91 P91 A213 A335 660 629-590 762 762 3604-1 14DCV 6 49-213 3059-2 TUZ10CDVNb09-01 49-213 TUZ10CDVNb09-01 49-213 3059-2 3604-1 - 15418 15110 15128 15229 .16Mo5 .7380 10253 . Ti.7779 10216-2 20CrMoV13 5 1.5415 1. W 17CrMoV 10 1. W.77XY) 20CrMoV13-5-5 1.0481 1.7779 X10CrMoVNb9-1 1.5637 X12Ni5 1.0471 17MnV4 Mo steel 16Mo3 1.5450 Cr .0482 17175 1. UNI ČSN.4922 7CrWVMoNb9-6 X11CrMoWVNb9-1-1 X10CrWMoVNb 9-2 11CrWCuMoVNbNB Ni steel (10Ni9) (1.5662 17173 509LT Ni-Mn steel 11MnNi5-3 1.8 A334 17173 17173 T / P 36 122 STBA28 G3462 STPA28 G3458 HCM 2S STBA 29 HCM 12A STPL450 G3460 STBL450 G3464 . Steel Stand.Nr.7386 X11CrMo9-1 1.7715 (16CrMoV3-5-5) (1. Steel 1.6770 (12CrV2-2) (1.Nr.5637 10216-4 10Ni14 1.7362 10216 .5415 16Mo3 1.3 Gr.T5c P5.7378 7CrMoVTiB10-10 1.7715 10216-2 14MoV6 3 1.3 1.7381 1.6217 10216-4 13MnNi6 3 1.7335 10CrMo5-5 1. Stand.56XY) 12Ni14 1.7368) X11CrMo9-1 1. Cu.7335 1.2 X11CrMo5 1.7218 26CrMo4-2 1.7338 10CrMo5-5 1.7766 7CrMoVTiB10-10 1.7380 1.5423 - 1.7380 1.2 1. T1b A209 P1 A335 A692 A692 T2 P2 T12 P12 T11 P11 T22 P22 A213 A335 A213 A335 A213 A335 A213 A335 T21 P21 T5. Nb.5662 X10Ni9 1.2 10253 .7380 10216 .5682 1.5415 17175 17177 17177 2609 1.75XY) 14 MoV 6 .4903 10216-2 X10CrMoVNb9-1 1.2 1.2 10216 .7381 1.7362 1. T1a.4922 10216-2 X20CrMoV12 1 1.7368) (X12CrMo7) (1.V steel 20MnNb6 1.C Gr.7219 (15CrMo2-5) 13CrMo4-5 1.5419 8Mo B 5 .5415 1.7 Gr.2 1.STN Steel Steel 3059-2 - TUE275 TUE275 TUE275 TUE275 49-211 49-211 49-211 49-211 - 11481 13030 - 14G2 - 4543 - - - - - TU52c TS52C 49-213 49-243 - - - - - - - - - - 12025 - - - 243 243 3059-2 3606 TU15D3 TU15D3 15020 15020 - - 245 261 3606 3606 3059-2 3604-1 3606 3604-1 3604-2 3606 3059-2 3604-1 3606 TS15D3 - TU15CD2-05 TU15CD2-05 TU13CD4-04 TU13CD4-04 TU10CD05-05 TU10CD09-10 49-213 16Mo3 49-215 49-243 . 440 - 17173 17175 620 2609 620-440 620 621 621 621 17175 622-490 2609 622 622 17176 17176 17176 17176 NFA Steel 503LT 503LT 3603 3603 TU10N9 TU10N9 TU10N14 TU10N14 49-215 49-215 49-215 49-215 18Ni9 18Ni9 18Ni14 18Ni14 509LT 3603 TUZ6N9 49-215 TUZ6N9 X12Ni09 49-215 X12Ni09 17501 - 16222 16222 16527 17501 - - - - - - - Gr.2 1.4 1.C Gr.5682 10216-4 X8Ni9 1. A106 A178 A210 A234 A556 A178 - 16M 74252 16M 74252 - Steel Gr.P5b.5637 12Ni14 1. Stand.C2 Gr.2 Cr-Mo-V steel.3 A333 A334 A333 A334 Gr.5637 10253-2 10Ni14 1.0481 - 19Mn5 19Mn6 1.6217 15 NiCuMoNb5-6-4 1. Ni.7219 1.4922 X20CrMoV11-1 1.4922 10216-2 X20CrMoV12 1 1.0482 (P355 GH) 1.

8 28. ISO/TR 10108.3 64.8 25.7 119 124 71.4 49.8 42.5 29.8 62.2 33.3 46.1 51.0 64.0 67.5 48.0 219 96.5 242 247 (101) 252 257 (102) 261 266 (104) 271 276 (105) 280 285 295 304 314 Tensile strength N/mm2 1095 1125 1155 1190 1220 1255 1290 1320 1350 1385 1420 1455 1485 1520 1555 1595 1630 1665 1700 1740 1775 1810 1845 1880 1920 1955 1995 2030 2070 2105 2145 2180 Rockwell HRC 20.5 68.0 61.0 24.9 66.7 43.6 54.0 85.8 59.5 45.0 214 96.7 55.0 209 95.5 36.7 147 152 81.7 48.0 95.4 35.8 40.6 44.7 41. EN ISO 18265.3 56.5 185 190 91.3 58.0 90.2 128 133 75.7 56.0 80.2 59.8 39.1 176 181 89.1 46.3 21.3 Values from standards DIN 50150.7 156 162 85.8 105 62.4 67.7 65.2 55.2 99.2 52.7 52. Brinell hardness.0 138 143 78.0 .7 38.5 63.1 233 238 99.3 65.8 58. Rockwell hardness and Tensile strength Tensile strength N/mm2 255 270 285 305 320 335 350 370 385 400 415 430 450 465 480 495 510 530 545 560 575 595 610 625 640 660 675 690 705 720 740 755 770 785 800 820 835 850 865 880 900 915 930 950 965 995 1030 1060 Vickers HV 10 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 180 185 190 195 200 205 210 215 220 225 230 235 240 245 250 255 260 265 270 275 280 285 290 295 300 310 320 330 Hardness Brinell Rockwell HB HRB 76.3 57.8 41.8 57.9 47.Conversion table of Vickers hardness.0 32.5 195 92.6 37.1 61.8 50.7 60.5 51.0 166 171 87. ASTM E 140 123 Vickers HV 10 340 350 360 370 380 390 400 410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490 500 510 520 530 540 550 560 570 580 590 600 610 620 630 640 650 660 670 680 690 700 720 740 760 780 800 820 840 860 880 900 920 940 Hardness Brinell Rockwell HB HRB 323 333 342 352 361 371 380 390 399 409 418 428 437 447 (456) (466) (475) (485) (494) (504) (513) (523) (532) (542) (551) (561) (570) (580) (589) (599) (608) (618) Rockwell HRC 34.7 223 228 98.3 53.8 31.3 109 114 66.2 23.6 26.0 53.2 29.5 204 94.0 56.5 199 93.1 49.1 24.1 27.1 54.3 22.4 27.

21729 Precision tubes from steel St 52. 1630 17200 17204 17210 1629.6 7946 42 0142 42 6714 2609 1965-1 49-186 ŽP-05-05 TDC Standards – see survey table on page 102 124 JIS ISO G 3444 630-2 G 3445 2937 2938 G 3454 9329-1 G 3455 G 3456 9329-2 G 3458 G 3461 G 3462 A333. 2460 2470-1/1629 2470-2/17172 10224 10255 10208-1 10208-2 BS NF A UNI ČSN.Summary of TDC for tube groups according to application Tube group Hollow structural sections For machine parts and general use For room temperatures P r For elevated temperatures e (boiler) s s Alloy fine grain steels u For low temperatures r For heat exchangers e For welding and threading Line pipe EN DIN 10210-1 (10025) 10294-1 10297-1 10083-1-3 10084 10216-1 17121.2 API 5 CT ISO 11 960 A 519 G 3445 74245 A 822 JOHS-102 74241 A 513 G 3445 550 1060 74220 74200 Casing and Tubing Precision seamless cold drawn standard tubes Cylinder tubes HPZ and HP For hydraulic lines Injection tubes Bearing tubes Cold sized welded tubes ASTM A ASME SA 74240 (74220) A 513 A 512 A 234.20072 A 556 3262 Cold drawn precision welded tubes Buttwelding fittings Submerged arc welded steel tubes and pipes 10305-1 10305-4 ISO 683-17 10305-3 (10305-5) 10305-2 10305-6 10253-1. 19281) 8731 A 500 A 501 A 53 A 519 74219 (84018) (84019) (84023/7) 8731. (1050) 74219 A 53 (84023/7) 8731 74252 A 106. A 178 A214 A333.2 49-211 5462 42 0251 3602-1 49-213 3604-1 3603 3606 1387 49-215 49-215 49-243 49-245 49-115 5949 42 0165 5462 42 0165 5949 42 0251 8863 42 0250 6363 7088 GOST PN-H 8731 (1050.2 2391-2 6323/1. A 210 TU14-3-460 A 213. A 420 G 3461 G 3462 G 3452 9329-3 6758 6759 65 559 3183 11960 3304 3306 3305 3419 .2 42 0250 49-311 663 42 0250 49-312 7729 3601 49-112 7287 42 0250 49-210 3059/1. E 355 Type HPZ for mechanical treatment.STN 49-501 6323/1. A 192 TU14-3-190 (84024) A 209. 17124 (17100) 1629.DIN 73000. 28181) 2440.5 49-646 7947 42 0142 10707 (2395-2) (42 6713) 2393-2 6323/1. Type HP – “ready to use” 2391-2c/2445-2 7416 49-330 7945 42 0260 Deliveries upon agreement only (ČSN 42 6718. A 335 4543.ISO 8535-1) 17230 Deliveries according to agreed TDC 2394-2 6323/1. 1630 10216-2 17175 10216-3 10216-4 10216-2 10216-4 17179 17173 17173 (17174) 17175 (17177) (28180. A 334 A 179. A 334 A 53 A 795 API 5L ISO 3183-1.4 49-310 7945 42 0260 8733 49-312 12132. 2441 (2442).

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