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Grades that include the letter E indicates that the steel is to be used as a part of machine parts, whereas the number corresponding the letter is an acknowledgement of its minimum yield strength. One standard which is used by suppliers for the production of E350 and E250 pipes is the IS 2062. This particular standard covers microalloyed materials like both E350 and IS 2062 E250 BR Pipe for use in general engineering as well as for applications that involve bolted, welded or riveted structures.
Usually, the addition of microalloying elements are added in the IS 2062 Structural Steel Pipe in order to achieve properties such as higher strength to weight ratio coupled with better toughness. Moreover, the properties of the IS 2062 E350 Steel Pipe, for instance, its formability and weldability is much greater in comparison to another unalloyed steel of similar tensile strength. Pipes are often delivered in a normalized condition. In instances where the component is normalized, a letter N is added to the term i.e. IS2062 E350+N. While welded pipes are cheaper than expensive pipes, their ability to work is a high pressured environment is diminished by almost 20% as opposed to a Carbon Steel IS 2062 E350 Seamless Pipe.
|Specifications||ASTM / ASME|
|Standard||AISI, ASTM, BS, GB, JIS|
|Thickness||6MM to 300MM,|
|Specialize||Shim Sheet, Perforated Sheet, B. Q. Profile.|
|Length||3000mm to 15000mm|
|Form||Coils, Foils, Rolls, Plain Sheet, Shim Sheet, Perforated Sheet, Chequered Plate, Strip, Flats, Blank (Circle), Ring (Flange)|
|Finish||Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR), 2B, 2D, BA NO(8), SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated)|
|Hardness||Soft, Hard, Half Hard, Quarter Hard, Spring Hard etc.|
|Grade||IS 2062 GR.A|
|MS IS 2062 GR.A||–||–|
|Specification & Description||Grade||Chemistry (%)|
|IS 2062-2006 Steel for Low, Medium & High Tensile structural||E-250 Gr-A||0.23 max||1.50 max||0.050 max||0.050 max||0.40 max||-||-||0.42 max|