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Prominent & Leading Exporter from Mumbai, we offer s355 jr plates, carbon steel sheets and s355 j2 n structural steel.

S355 JR Plates

S355 JR Plates
  • S355 JR Plates
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Approx. Price: Rs 48 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity500 Kilogram
Size (feet X feet)2500 X 12000
Thickness>5 mm, 3-4 mm, UPTO 205MM THK., 4-5 mm
Material GradeS355J2+N, E350J2+N
KGS20000

S355JR+AR Durbar® S355JR+AR is a strong, robust floor plate offering a range of benefits including scope to reduce construction costs Floor plate with structural integrity Durbar® S355JR+AR is part of Tata Steel’s range of hot-rolled structural steel floor plate. Extensively tested and proven, Durbar’s structural properties reduce construction costs by eliminating the need for separate structural and flooring components. Versatile and durable, Durbar is manufactured with a distinctive raised stud pattern for slip resistance. We have been producing Durbar to the highest quality standards for more than 40 years. Durbar is certified to ISO TS 16949:2009 and meets the requirements of the Construction Products Directive. Tested for slip resistance Durbar has been tested and assessed for slip potential. Its pattern of studs creates a slip-resistant surface at all angles and allows plates to be used in any direction. Wessex Test Equipment Limited, an independent research establishment, tested Durbar both wet (clean water) and dry in accordance with the standard and guidelines shown below and assessed its potential for slip as extremely low for the dry samples and low for the wet samples1 . Testing was conducted on uncoated Durbar under laboratory conditions. The actual slip-resistance of Durbar will depend upon the real-life application and the environment in which it is used. Galvanising, painting or coating Durbar can influence its slip resistance. Plate ID Sample reference Pendulum test value (WET) Durbar floor plate H 306 21 010 1, 2, 3, 4 47, 47, 47, 47 H 306 20 010 1, 2, 3, 4 42, 46, 42, 48 UK Slip Resistance Group Guidelines (issue 4, 2011) The potential for slip value reported applies in the instance of access by able-bodied pedestrians.

• High slip potential 0-24
• Medium slip potential 25-35
• Low slip potential 36-64
• Extremely low slip potential 65+

The results show that under water wet conditions or other similar contaminants the majority of those floor areas tested exhibit a low potential for slip. 1 BS 7976-2:2002 Pendulum Testers scope for use in the determination of slip/skid resistance of surfaces Mechanical properties Min. yield strength ReL (N/mm2 ) Min.-max tensile strength Rm (N/mm2 ) Min. elongation after fracture A (%) Impact test L0 = 5.65√S0 3 ≤ t ≤ 12.5 Temp ºC Min energy J S355JR+AR 355 470-630 20 20 27 Notes: 1. Lower yield strength or 0.2% proof stress applies. 2. Material thickness (t) in millimetres. 3. Impact properties of quality JR products are verified only when specified at the time of the enquiry and order. 4. Impact strengths apply to thicknesses ≥ 6mm and are for standard test pieces only. Chemical composition C Mn P S Si N Max Max Max Max Max Max S355JR+AR 0.24 1.60 0.035 0.035 0.55 0.012 Values are in weight percentages 27mm 27mm 9mm 27mm The dimensions in the image above are approximate.Durbar® is a registered trademark of Tata Steel. While care has been taken to ensure that the information contained in this publication is accurate, neither Tata Steel Europe Limited, nor its subsidiaries, accept responsibility or liability for errors or for information which is found to be misleading. Tata Steel Europe Limited is registered in England under number 05957565 with registered office at 30 Millbank, London SW1P 4WY, United Kingdom. Copyright 2016 Tata Steel Europe Limited Tata Steel PO Box 10.000 1970 CA IJmuiden The Netherlands IS0116:250:EN:0116 Weight per unit area Thickness (mm) Weight (kg/m2 ) All grades 3.00 27 4.50 39 6.00 50 8.00 66 10.00 82 12.50 101 Note: These are typical weights; actual weights will vary owing to stud height and positive width tolerances. Tolerances on thickness Thickness tolerances as per EN 10051:2010
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  • Item Code: 11000
  • Production Capacity: 1000 METRIC TONS
  • Delivery Time: READY STOCK
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Carbon Steel Sheets

Carbon Steel Sheets
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Approx. Price: Rs 55 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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Minimum Order Quantity100 Kilogram
Thickness>5 mm
BrandSAIL/ESSAR/JINDAL

Carbon steel is an alloy consisting of iron and carbon. Several other elements are allowed in carbon steel, with low maximum percentages. These elements are manganese, with a 1.65% maximum, silicon, with a 0.60% maximum, and copper, with a 0.60% maximum. Other elements may be present in quantities too small to affect its properties.

There are four types of carbon steel based on the amount of carbon present in the alloy. Lower carbon steels are softer and more easily formed, and steels with a higher carbon content are harder and stronger, but less ductile, and they become more difficult to machine and weld. Below are the properties of the grades of carbon steel we supply:

  • Low Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.05%-0.25% carbon and up to 0.4% manganese. Also known as mild steel, it is a low-cost material that is easy to shape. While not as hard as higher-carbon steels, carburizing can increase its surface hardness.
  • Medium Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.29%-0.54% carbon, with 0.60%-1.65% manganese. Medium carbon steel is ductile and strong, with long-wearing properties.
  • High Carbon Steel – Composition of 0.55%-0.95% carbon, with 0.30%-0.90% manganese. It is very strong and holds shape memory well, making it ideal for springs and wire.
  • Very High Carbon Steel - Composition of 0.96%-2.1% carbon. Its high carbon content makes it an extremely strong material. Due to its brittleness, this grade requires special handling.
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  • Item Code: 05
  • Pay Mode Terms: L/C (Letter of Credit),D/A,D/P,T/T (Bank Transfer),Other
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S355 J2 N Structural Steel

S355 J2 N Structural Steel
  • S355 J2 N Structural Steel
  • S355 J2 N Structural Steel
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Approx. Price: Rs 100 / KilogramGet Latest Price

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ApplicationPharmaceutical / Chemical Industry, Construction, Automobile Industry, Oil & Gas Industry

STRUCTURAL STEELS in accordance with SANS 50025 / EN 10025 – 2004
GENERAL DESCRIPTION These grades of steel are intended for structural work where no significant forming or bending must be done. These grades can be bolted, riveted and welded in a full range of structural and fabricated items including bridges, box girders, cranes and other general structural projects. The grade designations of SANS 50025 / EN10025-2 refer to the minimum yield strength of each grade for thicknesses less than or equal to 16mm. The steel should be selected in accordance with the strength requirements as shown in Table 2.The JR, J0 & J2 suffixes refer to different impact requirements. An average impact energy value of 27 Joules must be achieved on full size specimens in the longitudinal direction in all applicable cases. The suffix AR refers to the As-Rolled condition. If the material is normalised then this will be indicated by a '+N' appearing as a suffix. The SANS 50025 / EN10025 structural steel grades are all readily weldable by means of the usual metal arc processes. Table 1: Chemical composition (ladle analysis, %) as per SANS 50025 / EN 10025 Grade Max C content for t in mm Mn max Si max P max S max Cu2 max N 1 t≤16 >16 t≤ t>40 max S275JR 0,21 0,21 0,22 1,5 - 0,035 0,035 0,55 0,012 S355JR 0,24 0,24 0,24 1,6 0,55 0,035 0,035 0,55 0,012 S355J0 0,20 0,20 0,22 1,6 0,55 0,035 0,035 0,55 0,012 Notes 1. The maximum value for nitrogen does not apply if the chemical composition shows minimum total aluminium content of 0,020% or if sufficient other nitrogen binding elements are present. The nitrogen binding elements shall be mentioned in the inspection document. 2. Cu content above 0,4% may cause hot shortness during forming. Table 2. Mechanical properties as specified in SANS 50025 / EN 10025 Grade Yield (MPa) min Tensile (MPa) min Charpy V-notch longitudinal Strength at t = 16mm Temp (o C) Energy (J) t=16mm S275JR1 275 410 / 560 20 27 S355JR1 355 470 / 630 20 27 S355J0 355 470 / 630 0 27 Notes 1. Verification of the specified impact value is only carried out when agreed at the time of the enquiry and order.
DIMENSIONS The plate mill can produce products from 5mm to 100mm thick depending on the grade. See thickness ranges in Plate Price List. The available dimensions for such plates are given in the data sheet: Plate Mill Product Dimensions (file reference A1.3). The hot strip mill can produce products from 1,6mm to 13,0mm thick depending on the grade. See thickness ranges in Hot Rolled Price List. The dimensions available are given in the data sheet: Hot Strip Mill Product Dimensions (file reference A1.1)
TOLERANCES Material 6mm and thicker produced at the plate mill is supplied with dimensional tolerances in accordance with EN 10029. If not specified, tolerances will be according to “Class A”. Material produced on the hot strip mill is supplied with dimensional tolerances in accordance with EN 10051.
SURFACE INSPECTION All plates manufactured through the plate mill are inspected and defects repaired in accordance with EN 10163-2: 1991 Class A Subclass 1, unless otherwise agreed.
ULTRASONIC TESTING If specified at the time of order, ultrasonic testing shall be carried out in thickness ≥6,00mm in accordance with EN 10160.
CERTIFICATION All material described in this data sheet is supplied with analysis and test certificates.
WELDABILITY When welding thick plates, reference should be made to BS EN 1011-2:2001 “Welding – Recommendations for welding of metallic materials Part 2: Arc welding of ferritic steels”.
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