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    BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels

    BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels

    Structural steels are a type of steel that is used in the construction of structures such as bridges, skyscrapers, and automobiles. The hot rolling process is used to produce these steels and it is important to understand the hot rolling process so that you can quality control your products. In this article, we will discuss the different types of structural steels and their properties.

    What is BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels

    Hot rolled products of structural steels are manufactured using a variety of rolling processes, including the coiling and consolidation methods. The coiling method is used to produce round-rolled products and the consolidation method is used to produce flat-rolled products.

    There are three main types of hot rolled products: low-alloy, medium-alloy, and high-alloy steels. Low-alloy steels are used for applications where a low strength level is required, such as fasteners, wire rod, and rivets. Medium-alloy steels are used for applications where a higher strength level is required, such as beams, heavy plates, and hulls. High-alloy steels are used for applications where a very high strength level is required, such as aircraft frames, nuclear reactor components, and warships.

    The following table lists the properties of common hot rolled products:

    Property Low-alloy steels Medium-alloy steels High- alloy steels Roundness (in %) less than 8 less than 8 more than 16 Austenite content (in %) less than 10 less than 10 more than 35 Hardness (HRC) lower than 50 lower than 50 higher

    What are the requirements of BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels

    Hot rolled products of structural steels are a type of steel that is made by rolling steel plates into thin sheets. The plates are heated until they become malleable, and then they are cut into desired shapes.

    The requirements of BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels depend on the type of steel that is being used. For example, the requirements for cold-rolled steel products are different than the requirements for hot-rolled steel products.

    Hot rolled products of structural steels must meet all of the following requirements:

    They must be free from significant defects in both the surface and the depth of the sheet.

    They must have a uniform thickness and size.

    They must have a minimum yield strength of 80 MPa (megaPascals).

    They must have a minimum tensile strength of 350 MPa (pounds per square inch).

    What are the benefits of BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels?

    Hot rolled products of structural steels are a popular choice for use in a variety of applications. Their high strength and stiffness make them ideal for use in construction, transportation, and other industrial applications.

    The benefits of BS EN 10025-hot rolled products of structural steels include:

    -High strength and stiffness
    -Low weight
    -Good corrosion resistance
    -Low temperature properties

    Who needs BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels?

    BS EN 10025- Hot rolled products of structural steels is a standard that specifies the requirements for hot rolled products of structural steels. The standard covers a wide range of applications, including car body construction and heavy engineering.

    Hot rolled products are a critical component of many industrial processes, and it is important to select the right product for the application. BS EN 10025 provides a detailed description of each type of hot rolled product, as well as the requirements for manufacturing and testing.

    If you are in the market for a hot rolled product,BS EN 10025 is the standard to follow.

    If you need more support with BS EN 10025, please contact us at +91-8595603096 or support@pacificcert.com