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Existing Steel Structure 1985

Existing Steel Structure 1985

Existing Steel Structure 1985

Hi all,
I'm looking at a steel structure designed and constructed in 1985 (AS1250 I believe) and was hoping someone may be able to help us out with steel grades used in that era in Australia. Specifically I'm looking at Equal Angle sections and bolts

Thanks in advance

RE: Existing Steel Structure 1985

Grade 250 basically, but the following list is from AS1250:1981. Basically the standard covered every grade from 200 to 350. But grade 250 was the standard hot rolled grade for UB/UC/EA/UA, etc. Grade 300 hot rolled sections replaced as standard Grade 250 in 1994.

RE: Existing Steel Structure 1985

Thankyou very much!!!!! I owe you one, just saved me $90 that SAI GLobal wanted for this superseded document...

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