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Corten Steel SPA-H JIS G3125 Grades: SPA-H Standard: JIS G3125 What is “COR-TEN” steel “COR-TEN” is a US Steel trade name for ASTM A588. Corrosion Resistant Steel (often written without the hyphen as Corten) is a weather resistant steel grade which could more accurately be termed as an...
Corten Steel SPA-H JIS G3125
Standard: JIS G3125
What is “COR-TEN” steel
“COR-TEN” is a US Steel trade name for ASTM A588. Corrosion Resistant Steel (often written without the hyphen as Corten) is a weather resistant steel grade which could more accurately be termed as an “Atmospheric Corrosion Resistant Steel”.
The original COR-TEN received the standard designation A 242 (“COR-TEN A”) from the ASTM International standards group. Newer ASTM grades are A 588 (“COR-TEN B”) and A 606 for thin sheet. All alloys are in common production and use.
Corten steel is a copper chromium alloy steel – this alloy displays a greater level of resistance to atmospheric weathering when compared to other unalloyed steels. Corten steel which were developed to eliminate the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather for several years. It’s chemical composition promotes the early formation of an adhering protective layer of rust when exposed to the elements.
Plates & Sheet
Thickness 0.6-100 mm
Width: 30-4000 mm
Length: 1000-12000 mm
Chemical Composition (%)
At room temperature for plates ?3mm in thickness (transverse test specimans, according to EN 10002). Requirements to hot rolled plates ?3mm in thickness according to EN 10025-5.
Minimumyield point (ReH Mpa *)
Minimum elongation A(Lo=5.65 ?So) %
*) 1 Mpa = 1N/mm2
No impact test is performed on products below 6mm in thickness.
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