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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Flat

The flat carbon steel is a hot or cold rolled strip product also known as a plate product. Flats are actually thin strips of mild steel having the thickness of the strip commonly varying between 10mm to 200mm and the thin flat rolled flat rolled product's size varies from 3 mm to 10 mm.  

Steel flats are produced by the utilization of relatively smooth, cylindrical rolls on rolling mills. Generally the width to thickness ratio of flat rolled products is fairly large. Various grades and sizes of materials can be selected to meet diversified requirements for automobiles, appliances, construction etc.,

Flats are designated by Width and Thickness. For Example 100mm width and 6 mm thickness is designated as " FLAT 100X6". Unit Weight of Flats will be followed on my next post

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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Unit Weight of ISNT

ISNT- Indian Standard rolled Nominal Tee Bar


In continuation with Tee-Section article let us see about the unit weights of ISNT. This is one type of Hot Rolled Steel and having shape like a Capital letter " T ". Sections are available from 20mm to 150mm and thickness varies from 3mm to 10mm.Unit Weight of ISNT is as follows

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For More Details about Hot Rolled Steel Click IS 808


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