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EQUIVALENT MATERIAL OF MILD STEEL ;IS:2062 IN B.S.

04/06/2009 1:28 AM

CAN ANY ONE HELP ME GIVING THE DETAIL OF EQUIVALENT OF IS;2062 IN BRITISH STANDARD?

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Re: EQUIVALENT MATERIAL OF MILD STEEL ;IS:2062 IN B.S.

04/06/2009 2:46 AM

Suggestion:

  1. Turn off Caps Lock
  2. Describe IS2062.
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Re: EQUIVALENT MATERIAL OF MILD STEEL ;IS:2062 IN B.S.

04/06/2009 6:47 AM

1) IS 2062 has 9 grades

2) In case you have a copy of the IS you can see in Foreword 3rd para from last

"....assistance has been derived from ISO 630:1995 ...."

3) Although the said ISO i am unable to refer now, still we procure these and the alternatives are in EN 10025.

If you know what you want then you can select from

http://www.corusautomotive.com/file_source/StaticFiles/Microsites/Automotive/Publications/CSP%20UK/8EN10025datasheet.pdf

or

http://mrmtrade.com/DL/Europe.pdf

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