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ASTM International - ASTM A794-97

Standard Specification for Commercial Steel (CS), Sheet, Carbon (0.16% Maximum to 0.25% Maximum), Cold-Rolled

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 January 1997
Status: inactive
Page Count: 3
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1.1 This specification covers cold-rolled commercial steel (CS) sheet in coils and cut lengths, in which the maximum of the specified carbon range is over 0.15 and not over 0.25%, and the maximum of the specified manganese range is not over 0.90%. This material is ordered to chemical composition.

1.2 This specification is not applicable to the steels covered in Specifications A 366/A 366M, A 611, A 109, and A 109M.

Document History

October 1, 2006
Standard Specification for Commercial Steel (CS), Sheet, Carbon (0.16 % Maximum to 0.25 % Maximum), Cold-Rolled
This specification covers standard requirements for cold-rolled commercial steel sheet coils and cut lengths. The cast or heat analysis of the steel shall conform to the chemical requirements for...
November 10, 2002
Standard Specification for Commercial Steel (CS), Sheet, Carbon (0.16% Maximum to 0.25% Maximum), Cold-Rolled
1.1 This specification covers cold-rolled commercial steel (CS) sheet in coils and cut lengths, in which the maximum of the specified carbon range is over 0.15 and not over 0.25%, and the maximum of...
ASTM A794-97
January 1, 1997
Standard Specification for Commercial Steel (CS), Sheet, Carbon (0.16% Maximum to 0.25% Maximum), Cold-Rolled
1.1 This specification covers cold-rolled commercial steel (CS) sheet in coils and cut lengths, in which the maximum of the specified carbon range is over 0.15 and not over 0.25%, and the maximum of...
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