GB/T 5213-2019: Translated English of Chinese Standard. (GBT 5213-2019, GB/T5213-2019, GBT5213-2019): Cold rolled low carbon steel sheet and strip
https://www.chinesestandard.net, Apr 14, 2019 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification and designation, ordering content, dimensions, shape, weight, technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules, packaging, marking and quality certification of cold rolled low carbon steel plates (sheets) and strips. This Standard applies to cold rolled low carbon steel plates (sheets) and strips with a thickness not greater than 3.5 mm which are used for cold forming.
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Classification and designation
Annex A Informative Chemical components of steel
Annex B Informative Crossreference of similar domestic and foreign designations
Common terms and phrases
adds the requirements analysis of iron Annex average elongation average roughness Ra batch for inspection batch GB/T blue spectrophotometric method chemical analysis chemical components classification of steel cold forming Cold rolled low components by smelting content GB/T date of manufacture Determination of multi-element dimensions and roughness extra-deep drawing High-grade finishing surface induction furnace inspection items Iron and Steel limit of yield low carbon steel Low-alloy steel marking and quality Mechanical properties Metallic materials method after combustion method GB/T Methods for chemical methods of steel occur on steel percentage elongation photometric method pitted surface quality certification reference values Relatively high-grade finishing rolled low carbon room temperature roughness accuracy Sample number Sampling method Sheet and strip smelting analysis specified in GB/T specified in Table steel and alloy steel plates sheets storage at room supplier surface quality grade surface structure tensile strain marks Tensile strength test methods Ultra-high-grade finishing surface yield strength