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BS EN
10113-3 : 1993

BRITISH STANDARD |
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The European Standard EN 10113-3 : 1993 has the status of a
British Standard

Produits lamineÂs aÁ chaud en aciers de
construction soudable aÁ grains fins
Partie 3. Conditions de livraison des aciers
obtenus par laminage thermomeÂchaniques

Warmgewalzte Erzeugnisse aus
schweissgeeigneten FeinkornbaustaÈhlen
Teil 3. Lieferbedingungen fuÈr
thermomechanisch gewalzte StaÈhle

UDC 669.14.018.62-122.4-4 : 620.1

NNOO CCOOPPYYIINNGG IINN AANNYY FFOORRMM WWIITTHHOOUUTT WWRRIITTTTEENN PPEERRMMIISSSSIIOONN FFRROOMM BBSSII

Hot-rolled products in
weldable fine grain
structural steels

Part 3. Delivery conditions for
thermomechanical rolled steels

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EN 10113-3 : 1993

Foreword

This European Standard has been drawn up by
ECISS/TC 10 `Structural steel Ð qualities' whose
Secretariat is held by NNI.

The Technical Committee ECISS/TC 10 met in
June 1991 in Brussels and agreed on the text for
circulation for formal vote within CEN. The
following countries were represented in that
meeting: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands,
Spain, Sweden and UK.

This European Standard shall be given the status of
a national standard, either by publication of an
identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by
September 1993, and conflicting national standards
shall be withdrawn at the latest by
September 1993.

This European Standard has been adopted and in
accordance with the CEN/CENELEC Rules, the
following countries are bound to implement this
European Standard:

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy,
Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

Contents

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Foreword 2

1 Scope 3

2 Normative references 3

3 Definitions 3

4 Information to be supplied by the
purchaser 3

4.1 General 3

4.2 Options 3

5 Dimensions, mass and tolerances 3

5.1 Dimensions and tolerances 3

5.2 Mass of steel 3

6 Classification of qualities; designation 3

6.1 Classification of qualities 3

6.2 Designation 3

7 Technical requirements 3

7.1 Steel manufacturing process 3

7.2 Delivery condition 3

7.3 Chemical composition 3

7.4 Mechanical properties 3

7.5 Technological properties 4

7.6 Surface finish 4

7.7 Internal defects 4

8 Inspection and testing 4

8.1 General 4

8.2 Sampling 4

8.3 Test units 4

8.4 Verification of chemical composition 4

8.5 Mechanical tests 4

8.6 Test methods 4

8.7 Retests and resubmission for testing 4

8.8 Inspection documents 5

9 Marking for flat and long products 5

10 Complaints after delivery 5

11 Options 5

11.1 All products 5

11.2 Flat products 5

11.3 Long products 5

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EN 10113-3 : 1993

1 Scope
Part 3 of this European Standard, in addition to
Part 1, specifies requirements for flat products
with nominal thickness # 63 mm and long
products with nominal thickness # 150 mm of
hot-rolled weldable fine grain structural steel in the
thermomechanical rolled condition in the grades
and qualities given in table 1 (chemical
composition) and tables 3, 4 and 5 (mechanical
properties).

2 Normative references
The normative references as given in EN 10113
Part 1 shall apply.

3 Definitions
The definitions given in EN 10113 Part 1 shall
apply.

4 Information to be supplied by the
purchaser

4.1 General

The following information shall be supplied by the
purchaser at the time of enquiry and order:

a) details of the product form and relevant
quantities;

b) reference to this European Standard;

c) nominal dimensions and tolerances (see 5.1);

d) the grade and quality of the steel (see tables 1
to 5);

e) the type of inspection document (see 8.8).

Where no specific choice is made by the purchaser
concerning points a), b), c), d) and e) the supplier
shall refer back to the purchaser.

4.2 Options

A number of options is specified in clause 11. In
the event that the purchaser does not indicate his
wish to implement any of these options, the
supplier shall supply in accordance with the basic
specification.

5 Dimensions, mass and tolerances

5.1 Dimensions and tolerances

The dimensions and tolerances shall be in
accordance with the relevant European Standards
and EURONORMS (see 2.2 of EN 10113 Part 1).

5.2 Mass of steel

The mass of steel shall comply with EN 10113
Part 1.

6 Classification of qualities; designation

6.1 Classification of qualities

The steel grades S275 and S355 of Part3 of this
European Standard are non-alloy quality steels and
the steel grades S420 and S460 of Part 3 of this
European Standard are alloy special steels
according to EN 10020.

6.2 Designation

The designation shall be in accordance with
EN 10113 Part 1.

Example: Thermomechanical rolled steel with a
specified minimum yield strength at ambient
temperature of 355 N/mm2, and with a specified
minimum impact value at 250 ÊC:

Steel EN 10113-3 S355ML

7 Technical requirements

7.1 Steel manufacturing process

The steel manufacturing process shall be in
accordance with EN 10113 Part 1.

Option 1.

7.2 Delivery condition

The products shall be supplied in the
thermomechanical rolled condition obtained as
defined in clause 3.

7.3 Chemical composition

7.3.1 The chemical composition determined by
ladle analysis shall comply with the specified
values of table 1.

7.3.2 The values for permissible deviations of the
product analysis from the specified limits of the
ladle analysis are as specified in table 1 of
EN 10113 Part 1. The manufacturer shall inform
the purchaser at the time of the enquiry and order
which of the alloying elements appropriate to the
steel grade required will be deliberately added to
the material to be delivered.

7.3.3 If agreed at the time of the enquiry and
order the maximum carbon equivalent values,
based on the ladle analysis, given in table 2 shall
apply.

Option 2.

NOTE. As a consequence of the lower carbon content and
carbon equivalent values the material in the delivery condition
M has improved weldability properties.

7.4 Mechanical properties

7.4.1 General

Under the inspection and testing conditions as
specified in clause 8 and in the delivery condition
as specified in 7.2 the mechanical properties shall
comply with the values given in tables 3, 4 and 5.

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BS EN 10113-3 : 1993

National annex NA (informative)

Committees responsible
The United Kingdom participation in the preparation of this European Standard was entrusted by the
Iron and Steel Standards Policy Committee (ISM/-) to Technical Committee ISM/12 upon which the
following bodies were represented:

BEAMA Ltd.

British Constructional Steelwork Association Ltd.

British Railways Board

British Steel Industry

Department of Transport

Institution of Structural Engineers

Lloyd's Register of Shipping

National Association of Steel Stockholders

Railway Industry Association of Great Britain

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Ltd.

Steel Construction Institute

Welding Institute

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