S355W


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Structural Steel with Improved Resistance against Atmospheric Corrosion to EN 10025:2004 S355 Standard

Use:

The S355W steel specification covers several grades of carbon steel plates for general application.

S355W Chemical Properties under EN 10025:2004 (Cast Analysis)

 

S355J0W P

S355J2W P

S355J0W

S355J2W

S355K2W

Carbon, max

0.12

0.12

0.16

0.16

0.16

Manganese, max

1.0

1.0

0.50 -1.50

0.50 -1.50

0.50 -1.50

Phosphorus, max

0.06 - 0.15

0.06 - 0.15

0.035

0.035

0.035

Sulphur, max

0.035

0.030

0.035

0.030

0.030

Cu, Max

0.25 - 0.55

0.25 - 0.55

0.25 - 0.55

0.25 - 0.55

0.25 - 0.55

S355W Mechanical Properties

 

S355J0W P/J2W P

S355J0W/J2W/K2W

Tensile Strength:

[470-630 MPa]

68,000- 91,000 psi

[470-630 MPa]

68,000- 91,000 psi

Min. Yield Point:

[355 MPa] 51,000psi

[355 MPa] 51,000psi

We Can Supply:

Thickness from 6mm to 150mm (although thicker plates might be manufactured under special order)

Width: from 1,500mm to 4,100mm

Length: from 6,000mm to 20,000mm


Symbols used in EN 10025-5:2004 weathering steels

Example: S355J0W+AR, S355J2W P+N

S: Structural steel

355: Minimum yield strength (Reh) in MPa at 16mm

JO: Longitudinal Charpy V-notch impacts 27 J at 0°C

J2: Longitudinal Charpy V-notch impacts 27 J at - 20°C

W: Improved atmospheric corrosion resistance

P: Greater phosphorus content

+AR: Supply in as rolled conditions

+N: Supply in normalized/normalised rolled conditions

Customer options

Z: Grade with improved properties perpendicular to the surface
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