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SAE AMS-QQ-S-763

Steel, Corrosion Resistant, Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings

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Organization: SAE
Publication Date: 1 August 2013
Status: inactive
Page Count: 24
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This specification covers corrosion-resistant steel bars, wire, shapes, and forgings.

Classification 

Corrosion-resistant steel shall be furnished in the following classes, conditions, forms, and finishes, as specified (See 6.3). 

Classes and Conditions The material shall be furnished in the classes and conditions shown in Table 2.

Forms 

Bars

Any size that is round, square, rectangular (excluding plate), hexagon, or octagon, furnished in straight lengths regardless of finish that is produced by rolling, extruding, forging, etc. Flat rolled product up to 10 inches inclusive in width and 0.125 inches and over in thickness is classified as bar. (All cold reduced flat material under 0.1875 inches in thickness is classified as strip if it is over 0.375 inches in width.)

Wire

Any size round or shaped cold finished product that is supplied in coils.

Forgings

Parts produced by hot mechanical shaping of such products as bars, billets or other semifinished materials, using hammers presses and forging machines.

Shapes

A solid section other than bar or wire, furnished in straight lengths (includes structural angles, channels, tees, and zees).

Finish 

Hot Finished (conditions A, T, and H only, bar only)

Bars in the hot-finished condition can be ordered with one of the following finishes:

a. Hot finished, scale not removed (excluding spot conditioning)

b. Pickled or blast cleaned and pickled c. Rough turned (round bars only)

Cold Finished (bars only)

Bars in the cold-finished condition can be ordered with one of the following finishes:

a. Cold drawn or cold rolled (conditions A and B only)

b. Centerless ground or smooth turned (all conditions, round bars only)

c. Polished (all conditions, round bars only) 

Wire

Wire is usually furnished with a cold drawn finish, any exceptions need to be specified in the purchase order.

intended Use:

Classes 202, 302, and 305

When sensitization cannot be tolerated classes 202, 302 and 305 are not recommended for use.

Classes 202 and 302

Class 302 is intended for use where... View More

Document History

March 1, 2015
Steel, Corrosion Resistant, Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings
This specification covers corrosion-resistant steel bars, wire, shapes, and forgings.
SAE AMS-QQ-S-763
August 1, 2013
Steel, Corrosion Resistant, Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings
This specification covers corrosion-resistant steel bars, wire, shapes, and forgings. Classification  Corrosion-resistant steel shall be furnished in the following classes, conditions, forms, and...
February 1, 2003
Steel, Corrosion Resistant, Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings
Classes 202, 302, and 305: When sensitization cannot be tolerated classes 202, 302 and 305 are not recommended for use. Classes 202 and 302: Class 302 is intended for use where severe corrosion is...
February 1, 2003
Steel, Corrosion Resistant, Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings
Classes 202, 302, and 305: When sensitization cannot be tolerated classes 202, 302 and 305 are not recommended for use. Classes 202 and 302: Class 302 is intended for use where severe corrosion is...
July 1, 1998
Steel Bars, Wire, Shapes, and Forgings; Corrosion Resistant
SCOPE AND CLASSIFICATION: Scope: This specification covers corrosion-resistant steel bars, wire, shapes, and forgings.

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