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S355 is a non-alloy European standard (EN 10025-2) structural steel, most commonly used after S235 where more strength is needed. It got great weldability and machinability, let us see more mechanical details of this steel.
S355 EN 10025 : 2004 Standard Structural Steel Plate S355 structural steel plate is a high-strength low-alloy European standard structural steel covering four of the six "Parts" within the EN 10025 …
EN-10025-S355 Steel Plate Stockists The S355 steel specifications are high yield non alloy steels. First specified in the European EN10025 standard and later published by the British Standards Institure (BSI) as BS EN 10025 S355, S355J2 and S355J2+N.
AGICO ANSON is able to supply all kinds of structural steel plate produced by En10025-2 standard, which mainly includes 4 major grades: S235, S275, S355 and S450, there's also more specific steel grades for different mechanical properties.
S355 is a non-alloy European standard (EN 10025) structural steel that is high-strength most commonly used after S235. S355 steel covers four of the six categories within the EN 10025: 2004 standard.
Structural steel is a standard construction material, made from specific grades of steel and formed in a range of industry standard cross-sectional shapes. This Article focuses on EU Grades S235, S275 and S355.
Structural steel grades are designed with specific chemical compositions and mechanical properties formulated for particular applications. We carry EN 10025-2 , in grades of S235, S275, S355…
Steel grades according to the standards EN 10025-2, EN 10025-3, EN 10025-4, EN 1002-5, EN 10025-6 are applicable for hot rolled structural steel. Steel grades with the designation 'H', according to the standard EN 10210-1 are applicable for hot finished structural hollow sections.
The grade designations of EN 10025 refer to the minimum yield strength of each grade for thicknesses less than or equal to 16mm. Above 16mm, the yield strength decreases as the thickness increments increase. The steel grade should be selected in accordance with the strength requirements as indicated in Table 3.
These standards superseded the BS4360 grades. The average minimum yield for this material is 355 N/mm², hence the name S355 (with the ‘S’ giving reference to it being a structural steel). S355 is commonly supplied to the following standards:-BS EN 10025 BS EN 10277 BS EN 10250. We welcome export enquiries for S355 carbon steel.