AS/NZS 1365:1996 pdf free

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AS/NZS 1365:1996 pdf free.Tolerances for flat-rolled steel products.
1.1 SCOPE This Standard specifies dimensional tolerances for flat-rolled steels (uncoated, metallic-coated or organic-coated), other than stainless, high alloy and quenched and tempered steels, as follows:
(a)Wide slabs.
(b Plate and floorplate rolled on a reversing mill.
(C)Hot-rolled plate, floorplate, sheet and strip rolled on a continuous mill
(d)Cold-rolled sheet and strip.
For coated products, thickness tolerances apply to the base metal only.
NOTE: Widths and thicknesses given in tables do not necessarily indicate availability in Australia or New Zealand, and enquiries in this regard should be directed to suppliers.
1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENT The following document is referred to in this Standard:
2706 Numerical values-Rounding and interpretation of limiting values
1.3 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions below apply.
1.3.1 Cold-rolled sheet-a cold-rolled product of any width or thickness, supplied in cut lengths. Edges are either trimmed or untrimmed.
1.3.2 Edge camber-the deviation of an edge from a straight line forming a chord to it.
1.3.3 Edge conditions rimmed edge-the edge produced by the removal of material by mechanical means or gas cutting. Also referred to as sheared or slit edge.
Untrimmed edge-the edge produced by rolling between horizontal rolls, with or without vertical edging rolls. Also referred to as mill or universal edge.
1.3.4 Floorplate-a hot-rolled product 600 mm or greater in width, supplied in cut lengths or in coils, having a rolled raised pattern at regular intervals on one surface Edges are either trimmed or untrimmed.
NOTE: Floorplate is produced by either of the following processes:
(a )Rolling through a continuous mill to produce coils, or cut lengths from coil, having a nominal thickness equal to or greater than 2 mm.
(b Cutting from a parent plate, which is the product of a slab rolled through a reversing mill,and which has a nominal thickness greater than 4.50 mm.

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