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ASTM D A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon? This standard has been approved for use by agencies of the Department of Defense. Over 1? Combining values from the two systems may result in non-conformance with the standard.

However, unless the order speci? Referenced Documents 2. However, such products are technically classi? The tolerances,? The values listed are not exact conversions of the values listed in the inch-pound tables, but instead are rounded or rationalized values. NOTE 1—The term weight is used when inch-pound units are the standard. However, under SI the preferred term is mass. The values stated in each system may not be exact equivalents; therefore, each 1 This speci?

Current edition approved Oct. Published October Originally approved in DOI: The last approved version of this historical standard is referenced on www.

Terminology 3. The strip is usually heated slowly to a temperature below the transformation range, but sometimes above or within it, and is then cooled slowly. These elements are considered as incidental and are not normally reported. The amount of reduction is greater than that used in skin-rolling see 3. It is intended for deep drawing applications where such surface disturbances are not objectionable.

The production of speci? In bright normalizing the furnace atmosphere is controlled to prevent oxidizing of the strip surface. It serves to reduce the tendency of the steel to? It is also used to impart surface? The tempers are obtained by the selection and control of chemical composition, by amounts of cold reduction, by thermal treatment, and by skin-rolling. Ordering Information 4.

Materials and Manufacture 5. However, some applications are speci? Ingot cast rimmed, capped and semi-killed steels are subject to limited availability. Sometimes an anneal is used at some intermediate thickness to facilitate further cold reduction or to obtain desired temper and mechanical properties in the? An anneal and skin pass is typically used as the? Chemical Composition 6. This analysis shall conform to the requirements shown in Table 1. When requested, heat analysis shall be reported to purchaser or his representative.

Product analysis is appropriate on these types of steel only when misapplication is apparent or for copper when copper steel is speci?

The several determinations of any element shall not vary both above and below the speci? Temper No. Maximum approx. B The analysis shall be reported. When killed steel is speci? C The sum of copper, nickel, chromium, and molybdenum shall not exceed 0. When one or more of these elements is speci? In such case, the limit on the sum of the four elements in Footnote C does not apply. E Reporting shall be required when the level for any of these elements exceeds 0.

Temper and Bend Test Requirement 7. Aging may cause slightly higher values when tested at a later date. B Where No. Edge 8. Normal coiling or piling does not necessarily provide a de? See applicable? Dimensional Tolerances 9. Width, in. Length, in. Camber, in. Flatness, in. Table Number 5 6,7,8 9 10 11 No. This edge is produced when the width tolerance and edge condition are not as exacting as for No.

Workmanship, Finish, and Appearance Typical surface roughness Ra ranges for each are included in Table Thickness Tolerances Plus or Minus, in. Nominal Gage in.

Measured 10 mm or more in from edge; and on narrower than 25 mm, at any place between edges. C Number 3 edge strip with thickness tolerance guaranteed at less than 3?

A Over? B min C When edge, width and thickness are not de? The user and the producer should agree on the permissible surface roughness range, based on the intended end-use. It is suitable for many requirements, but not generally applicable to bright plating.

It is the highest quality? The production of this? For Speci? A Over 6 Over 9 Through Through 9 12 0. Over 60 Through 1? Inspection All tests and inspection except product analysis shall be made at the place of manufacture unless otherwise agreed. Rejection and Rehearing The producer shall be noti? In the event that the producer is dissatis? Test Reports and Certi? However, the document shall clearly identify the organization submitting the document. Notwithstanding the absence of a signature, the organization submitting the document is responsible for the content of the document.

Note 2—Camber tolerances as shown in the table are for any 8 ft. For strip length under 8 ft. Note 3—When the camber tolerances shown in Table 10 are suitable for a particular purpose, cold-rolled strip is sometimes machine straightened.

Through 1 1? Note 2—Camber tolerances as shown in the table are for any mm length. For strip length under mm, camber tolerance shall be subject to negotiation. Camber Tolerance, in. Through 50 Standard Camber Tolerance, mm 10 5 A Due to vagaries in measuring surface roughness, as well as the inherent variability in such rolled surfaces, these values are only typical, and values outside these ranges would not be considered unexpected.

B Measured either parallel with or across the rolling direction. C Measured across the rolling direction. NOTE 3—The industry de? Packaging and Package Marking The ability of manufacturers to meet the maximum coil weights depends upon individual mill equipment.

When required, minimum coil weights are subject to negotiation.


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Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More A This specification covers cold-rolled carbon steel strip in cut lengths or coils, furnished to closer tolerances than cold-rolled carbon steel sheet.


No. 4 Temper Strip Steel

Mead Metals, Inc. We can support quantities to accommodate both high-volume and low-volume needs. It is highly formable, depending on temper, and is useful in a wide range of applications. Our Minimum Order Quantity policy enables us to suit metal product orders of all sizes. Additional variables apply depending on material thickness, width, and additional processing. A cold rolled strip steel—along with the other metal products carried by Mead Metals—is processed by a metal slitter. We have multiple slitting machines, and we use them to obtain specific tolerances for customer orders.


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