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Unit Weight of Square Hollow Section-EN 10219

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During the preparation of this article " Unit Weight of Square Hollow Section" understood sizes and unit weights are having marginal difference between the different standards. Including IS other standards for HSS are as follows
1. IS : 4923
2. ASTM A 500
3. CSA G40.20-04
4. EN 10219
5. AS 1163
6. JIS G 3466
7. BCR 295

For more details about Hollow Steel Section (HSS) Please refer Click Here (HSS)

The unit weight and section properties are determined with the external radius of curvature of square corner (R)
As per EN 10219 available sizes from 50mm to 550mm. Unit Weight of Square Hollow section as per EN 10219 is given below
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Unit Weight of other standards like IS, ASTM 500 & others will be followed my next


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Sandeep Singh said...

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