ISO 18286 PDF

ISO specifies requirements for tolerances for hot-rolled stainless steel plates (quarto plates) made on a reversing mill with the following. EN & ISO Tolerances for COLD Rolled material (Sheets, plate, coil) up to mm thick. EN & ISO Tolerances for ‘Quarto’ Hot. ISO. Second edition. Hot-rolled stainless steel plates —. Tolerances on dimensions and shape. Tôles en acier inoxydable laminées à chaud.

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ISO – Hot-rolled stainless steel plates — Tolerances on dimensions and shape

Provision is made for different width kso length tolerances depending on the method of cutting. This meant that most stainless steels fell into steel type L. Take the smart route to manage medical device compliance. If not specified, the manufacturer can supply to either class. The class shall be specified at the time of enquiry and order. You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:.

Find Similar Items This product falls into the following categories. The flatness tolerance is dependent on grade. Your basket is empty. You may experience issues viewing this site in 81286 Explorer 9, 10 or This is dependent on the method of cutting the plates.

Sheet materials, Stainless steels, Corrosion-resistant steels, Steels, Hot-working, Rolled products, Dimensions, Dimensional tolerances, Form tolerances, Designations, Dimensional measurement. Thickness The tolerance under nominal thickness is 0. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. There are no tolerances on the maximum difference allowed within 188286 plate.


Worldwide Standards We can source any standard from anywhere in the world. There are two levels of tolerance normal Class N and special Class S. Steel Type B – Maximum of 1. One interpretation of the standard is that no ground area of the plate may fall below iiso minimum thickness tolerance.

BS EN ISO – Hot-rolled stainless steel plates. Tolerances on dimensions and shape

For plate with trimmed edges, the edge camber shall not exceed 0. Office and Postal Address: It removes some anomalies and ambiguities from that standard.

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BS EN ISO 18286:2010

It can be argued that neither standard is completely consistent on this subject. Tolerances on dimensions and shape Status: Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. It replaces EN which was not specifically for stainless steel. This standard covers hot rolled stainless steel plates rolled on a reversing mill known as quarto iwo. Click to learn more.

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It may also be taken to cover plate rolled on a Steckel mill but taken out of the process before coiling has begun. Tolerances to ISO for hot rolled stainless steel quarto plates General This standard covers hot rolled stainless steel plates rolled on a reversing mill known as quarto plate. In ENthe inscribed rectangle definition was not restricted to plates with untrimmed edges. Shall be agreed at time of enquiry 1826 order. This is in contrast to EN which was referred to in EN and allowed some areas to be below minimum iwo.


Even the nitrogen strengthened steels were in this type. Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings.

For plate with untrimmed edges in the enquiry and in the purchase order, the edge camber and out of squareness shall be limited so that it is possible to inscribe a rectangle of the nominal length and width of the ordered plate within the delivered size.

For comparison, EN has an edge camber of 0. It is quite difficult to compare the flatness tolerances in 188286 and ISOas the definition of steel types is totally different. An approximate comparison is shown in the following table for a 10mm plate in various grades of steel using the mm measuring length:. This may not be realistic.

There are 3 classes of tolerance for width and length for plates with trimmed edges A – C. For example, martensitic grades in the quench and tempered condition or high yield strength PH grades are expected to have a better flatness than