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ISO 6929

Steel Products - Definitions and Classification

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 January 1987
Status: inactive
Page Count: 30
ICS Code (Iron and steel products in general): 77.140.01
ICS Code (Metallurgy (Vocabularies)): 01.040.77
scope:

Scope and field of application

This international Standard defines and classifies steel products according to

a) their stage of manufacture;

b) their shape and dimensions1);

c) their appearance.

Although the products are generally classified independently of their end uses or manufacturing processes, it has sometimes been necessary to make reference to these criteria

Section one defines and classifies steel industry products2).

Section two defines and classifies other steel products as follows :

a) powder metallurgy products;

b) castings;

c) forged finished and stamped finished products;

d) bright products;

e) cold-formed products;

f) welded sections;

g) wire;

h) tubes, hollow sections and hollow bars.

1) All dimensions given in this International Standard are nominal.

2) The term "steel industry products", in the strict sense of the expression, is not yet currently applied in all countries. Its introduction should bring about harmonization, particularly in the field of statistics, without changing anything in existing practices.

Document History

November 1, 2013
Steel products - Vocabulary
This International Standard defines terms for steel products according to their a) stage of manufacture, b) shape and dimensions, and c) appearance. NOTE 1 Although the products are generally...
ISO 6929
January 1, 1987
Steel Products - Definitions and Classification
Scope and field of application This international Standard defines and classifies steel products according to a) their stage of manufacture; b) their shape and dimensions1); c) their appearance....

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