Standard specification for carbon structural steel. This specification covers shapes of structural quality for use in riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges and buildings, and for general structural purposes.
Standard specification for high-strength low-alloy structural steel. This specification covers five grades of high-strength low-alloy shapes intended for riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges, or for other construction applications.
Standard specification for high-strength low-alloy structural steel. This specification covers shapes for welded, riveted, or bolted construction but intended primarily for use in welded bridges and buildings where savings in weight or added durability is important. The atmospheric corrosion resistance of this steel in most environments is substantially better than that of carbon steels with or without copper addition.
Standard specification for carbon and high-strength low-alloy shapes. This specification covers shapes, and bars intended for use in bridges. Seven grades are available in four yield strengths.
Standard specification for steel for structural shapes for use in building framing. This specification covers rolled shapes for use in building framing or bridges, or for general structural purposes.
Standard specification for pressure vessel plates, carbon steel, for intermediate-and-higher-temperature service. This specification covers carbon-silicon steel plates primarily for intermediate and higher-temperature service in welded boilers and other pressure vessels. The plates are available in three grades each having different strength levels.
Standard specification for pressure vessel plates, carbon steel, for moderate-and-lower-temperature service. This specification covers carbon steel plates intended primarily for service in welded pressure vessels where improved notch toughness is important. The plates are available in four grades each having different strength levels.
Standard specification for high-yield-strength, quenched and tempered alloy steel plate, suitable for welding. This specification covers quenched and tempered alloy steel plates of structural quality intended primarily for use in welded bridge construction and other structures.
This product is a lower grade of wear resistant steel plate, which is referred to as AR200, AR225, or AR Medium depending on the manufacturer. It is used in applications of slight abrasion where abrasion resistance combined with economy is the primary concern. This is an As-Rolled product made to a chemistry to achieve a desired brinell range.
This product is quenched & tempered through hardened wear resistant grades of abrasion resistant steel plate used for high impact and abrasion resistance. “F” chemistry is recommended in applications where there will be forming or higher impact. AR400F has a minimum brinell
A group of commodity steel shapes that consist of rounds, squares, flats, strips, angles and channels, which fabricators, steel service centers and manufacturers cut, bend and shape into products. Merchant products require more specialized processing than reinforcing bar.
A low carbon steel with a medium manganese content. Has good hardening properties, fair machinability and is excellent for cold bending and forming operations. Readily brazed and welded. Suitable for shafting and for applications that do not require the greater strength of high carbon and alloy steels. Conforms to ASTM A-108 and AMS 5069.
Extreme size accuracy, straightness and concentricity to minimize wear in high speed applications. Turned, ground and polished bars can be machined unsymmetrically, as in key-seating, with minimum distortion because cold drawing strains are not developed. Drawn, ground & polished bars combine the strength advantages of cold drawn stock with extra accuracy and lustrous finish. Conforms to ASTM A-108 and QQ-S-637.