Hot Finished Ellipcon Sections: Comparable specifications

 

Specification

 

Grade

Min. Yield strength

Tensile

strength

Charpy V-Notch Impact values

 

 

N/mm2

N/mm2

Joules

C

BS 4360 (1986)

50D

355

490-640

27

-20

EN 10210 (1994)

S355J2H

355

510-680

27

-20

JIS G 3444 (1994)

STK400

235

min. 400

-

-

ASTM A501

Shapes

250

min. 400

-

-

BS 4360 (1986)

43C

275

430-580

27

0

EN 10210 (1994)

S275J0H

275

430-580

27

0

BS 4360 (1986)

43D

275

430-580

27

-20

EN 10210 (1994)

S275J2H

275

430-580

27

-20

BS 4360 (1986)

43EE

275

430-580

27

-50

ASTM A618

Grade I & II

345

485

-

-

JIS G 3444

STK500

355

min. 500

-

-

BS 4360 (1986)

50C

355

490-640

27

0

EN 10210 (1994)

S355J0H

355

510-680

27

0

BS 4360 (1986)

50EE

355

490-640

27

-50

NORSEC 360

Eqv. 50EE-

360

490-630

100

-20

 

 

 

 

50

-60

JIS G 3444 (1994)

STK540

390

min. 540

-

-

BS 4360 (1986)

55C

450

550-700

27

0


  • The values given are for sections of thickness less than 16mm for BS4360, and less than 3mm for EN 10025.BS 4360 (1986): an old, but well known British Standard for weldable structural steels.
  • EN 10210-1 (1994): one of the new European Norms superseding parts of the old BS 4360, see Explanatory notes.
  • ASTM A36 (1991): standard from American Society for Testing of Materials for carbon structural steel.
  • ASTM 501 (1996): standard from American Society for Testing of Materials for hot formed welded and seamless carbon steel structural tubing.
  • JIS G 3444 (1994): Japanese Industrial Standard for Carbon steel tubes for general structural purposes.
  • NORSEC 360 (1991): a steel product from BSC for marine structures in the arctic regions.