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EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

i received Round Bar Ø10mmx6m, we required ASTM A36 Material but MTC i was received EN10278 h9/SC Grade-1008. Does sny one known this EN 10278 ie equivalent to ASTM A36.

RE: EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

EN 10278 only covers dimensions and tolerances, not composition or properties. ASTM A36 includes composition and mechanical properties. These two standards are not equivalent.

RE: EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

The composition meets the requirements for ASTM A36. There are no mechanical properties listed on the certificate, which is allowed by ASTM A36 for bars less than 12.5 mm in diameter "provided that the chemical composition used is appropriate for obtaining the tensile properties...". I do not think this material's composition is guaranteed to produce the mechanical properties in ASTM A35, so you should ask the supplier to test the material and provide the mechanical properties.

RE: EN 10278 h9/SC Grade-1008 is equivalent to ASTM A36

Because the bar is cold drawn, it may well meet the A-36 tensile requirements. Typical tensile strengths of hot rolled only bars such as yours are closer to 45ksi to 50ksi.

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