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A572.PDF. Designation:A 572/A 572M 01 American Association State Highway and Transportation Officals Standard AASHTO No.:M223 Standard Specification for High-Strength Low-Alloy Columbium-Vanadium Structural Steel1 This standard is issued under the fixed designation A 572/A 572M; the number immediately following the designation indicates A572 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS) - Worldwide equivalent gradesEuropean equivalent grade for Non-alloy quality structural steel A572 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS):S355JR (1.0045) Cross reference table for Steel A572 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS) and its European equivalent S275J2(+N) (1.0144) ( EN )

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Thick:0.2500 in. Width:96.0000 in. Length:240.0000 in. Condition:HR. Specs:ASTM.A572 more Item:14582. CHECK AVAILABILITY. carbon. A572. ASTM A572 Steel Plate - A572 Grade 42, 50, 55, 60, 65 ASTM A572 Specifications. A572 is the standard specification for high-strength low alloy columbium-vanadium structural steel. Lists five chemical recipes and five different mechanical property ranges for plate products (grades 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65). Relatively wide chemical and property ranges. Grade 50 high volume. Strength, Yield Strength ksi (MPa), Tensile Strength ksi (MPa):Strong, 60-80 (415-550) ASTM A572 Steel, grade 65 - MatWebASTM A572 Steel, grade 65 Categories:Metal; Ferrous Metal; ASTM Steel; Carbon Steel; Low Carbon Steel. Material Notes:High-strength low-alloy steel, structural quality:Vendors:No

ASTM A572/A572M-15 - Standard Specification for High

ASTM A572/A572M-15 Standard Specification for High-Strength Low-Alloy Columbium-Vanadium Structural Steel. 1.1 This specification covers five grades of high-strength low-alloy structural steel shapes, plates, sheet piling, and bars. Grades 42 [290], 50 [345], and 55 [380] are intended for riveted, bolted, or welded structures. Grades 60 [415 ASTM A573 Steel Plate - Grade 58, 65, 70 Leeco Steel, LLCASTM A573 Structural Steel Plate for Storage Tanks Used in the manufacturing of storage tanks, ASTM A573 is a structural quality steel stocked and supplied by Leeco ® Steel. Overview:Structural steel plate grade that is often used in the manufacture of storage tanks. Available in three grades:58, 65 and 70. Max thickness of 1.50". Keeping tabs on current ASTM specifications ARE YOU ing ASTM A572 Grade 55, 60 or 65, ASTM A529 Grade 55, ASTM A514 Grade 90 or 100 or ASTM A852. Structural plates with atmospheric corrosion resistance (weath-ering characteristics) can be obtained by specifying ASTM A588 Grade 42, 46 or 50. These and other material specifications applicable to structural plates are shown in Table 2. Structural Bars

STEEL INDUSTRY EMBRACES A992 - AISC

OR MUCH OF THE PAST DECADE, ASTM A572 GR. 50 HAS BEEN THE DE FACTO STANDARD in the structural steel industry. The advent of the mini-mills essentially eliminated the price pre-mium for the material compared with A36 and many designers have long since made the switch. Now, though, the next generation de facto stan-dard is available. Steel Reference GuideDesignated as W shapes, wide flange shapes are generally used as beams or columns. They are doubly-symmetric with substantially parallel inside flange surfaces. Depth sizes range from 4 to 36, and lengths from 20 to 60. Available in A992/A572-50 (Grade 50) and A588 specifications. steel profiles i astm a572, steel profiles i astm a572 GALVANIZED MILD SQUARE IRON STRUCTURAL SECTION STEEL PROFILES Product Name Square Steel Pipe Size OD 20~3020mm In Theory Thickness 1.0~32mm Length Any Length Below 16 Meter Standard API 5L Material Grade B,X42,X46,X52,X56,X60,X65,X70,etc Usage PSL-1 Class IS 100% Qualified To Petroleum And Gas Industry, PSL-2 Can Be Used In Refinery And Chemical Plant

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES GRADE 65 STEEL

higher strength such as those covered by.ASTM A572. The grade with,a y~eld strength of 65 ksi has the highest strength in the range of steels Govered by this standard:. Hence, a new project entitled '''Plastic Design in A572 (Grade 65) ·Steel" was sponsored in early 1967 by the American Institute of Steel Construction with a view towards extending