Special steels for structural uses
Steels used in welded, bolted, and riveted structures and in the building sector
This section lists the steels destined for structural uses in accordance with the European standard EN 10025, for the creation of welded, bolted, and riveted structures and for the construction of objects used in the building sector.
In addition to the base steel Re37, the Re52D type is used at low temperatures, while the Re60S type is processed in such a way as to make it suitable for machining by chip removal.
RANGE Special steels for structural uses
(E335+S) - Nr.(1.0060)
(E335GC) - Nr.(1.0543)
Carbon steel derived from the E335 type of the standard EN 10025-2; the addition of sulfur confers greater machinability by chip removal. Not suitable for hardening heat treatments.
S235JR - Nr.1.0038
S235JRC - Nr.1.0122
This basic steel with a low carbon content, present in the regulations since the beginning of the varied standards (Aq37, Fe37, Fe360, S235), is still widely used thanks to its versatility as it can be welded, bent, deformed, and worked in a variety of ways. Not suitable for heat treatments.
S355J2 - Nr.1.0577
S355J2C - Nr.1.0579
Carbon steel present in the European standard EN 10025-2 as S355, it has a very high resilience even at low temperatures. Widely used for the production of flanges and fittings and for construction in general. Not suitable for hardening heat treatments.