Steel-Material: H II (DIN/EN)

Steel-Material: H II
Sascha Grindau, Smart Media GmbH

The material H II belongs to the material group "Heat Resistant Structural Steels". The steel material "H II" has nine alternative names. We also have the chemical analysis of H II available for you below. Material "H II" is made of Aluminum, Carbon, Chrome, Copper, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Niobium, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Silicon, Sulfur, Titanium and Vanadium. In future we plan to add mechanical properties of "H II", complete data-sheets as well as a PDF-Overview for you to download. For now you can easyily inquire this steel-material without obligation by using our contact-form. For correct determination of the shipping costs we need your shipping address. Please keep in mind that a detailed calculation can take a few days, depending on quantity, shipping-adress as well as forms and materials. We will contact you in any case.


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Steel Material H II - Chemical Analysis

Steel Material H II - Alternative Names

The material H II with the standard DIN/EN is also available with at least 9 alternative names, such as: DIN/EN: "P 265 GH", "H II" and BSI/AFNOR: "K 02801", "K 02704", "K 02505", "K 02402", "K 01701" and ASTM: "A516", "A515Grade60".

Steel Material H II - Alternative Names List

DIN Norms of H II

The norms of steel material H II are EN 100282 and EN 102162 and EN 102172 and 5 and EN 10273

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