EN 10297-1 Seamless circular steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes.
EN 10294-1 Hollow bars for machining. Part 1: Non-alloy and alloy steel.
EN 10084 Case hardening steel.TDC.
EN 10083 Steels for quenching and tempering. Part 1: General TDC. Part 2: TDC for non-alloy steels.
DIN 17210 Case hardening steels. TDC.
DIN 17204 Seamless circular tubes of steel for quenching and tempering. TDC.
DIN 17200 Steels for quenching and tempering.
DIN 1629 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements. TDC.
DIN 1630 Seamless circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements. TDC.
according to EN 10297-1: E355, E420J2, E470, 20NiCrMo2-2, 25CrMo4, 30CrMo4, 34CrMo4, 38Mn6, 42CrMo4
according to EN 10294-1: 20MnV6+AR, 20MnV6+N, E355+AR, E355+N
according to EN 10084: 16MnCr5, C10E, C10R, C15E, C16E, C16R
according to EN 10083-2: 28Mn6, C22, C22E, C22R, C25, C25E
according to DIN 17210: 16MnCr5, C10, C15, Ck10, Ck15, Cm15
according to DIN 17204: C22, C35, C45, C55, Ck22, Ck35, Ck45, Ck55, Cm22, Cm35, Cm45
according to DIN 17200: Cm55
according to DIN 1629: St37.0, St44.0, St52.0
according to DIN 1630: St37.4, St44.4, St52.4
Means of production
– hot rolling or cold forming (besides precision tubes) depends upon the standards, tube dimensions and the agreement when ordering. The tube tolerances meet the requirements of appropriate standards.
Hot rolled tubes made out of carbon steel do not go through further heat treatment and their condition is the same as the condition of normally annealed tubes. After forming, the cold drawn tubes are heat treated in such way that they would meet the requirements of the appropriate standards as far as the condition of delivery and the mechanical values are concerned. The inner and outer surface of the tubes corresponds to the manufacturing means.
|Tolerance||EN 10297-1||EN 10294-1|
|exact length (L)||
|wall thickness (T)||D ≤ 219,1 mm: ± 12,5 %, min ± 0,4 mm||D ≤ 180 mm, T ≤ 15 mm: ± 12,5 %, min ± 0,4 mm|
|outer diameter (D)||D ≤ 219,1 mm: ± 1 %, min ± 0,5 mm||