Understanding the properties and applications of E335 steel grade

E335 is a non-alloy structural steel grade that is used in general construction and engineering applications. It is suitable for use in welded, bolted, and riveted structures. The mechanical composition and chemical composition of E335 steel grade are as follows:

Mechanical Composition:
– Tensile strength: 590-770 MPa
– Yield strength: 335 MPa
– Elongation at break: 23%
– Impact resistance: 27J at 20°C

Chemical Composition (in weight %):
– Carbon (C): 0.36%
– Silicon (Si): 0.15-0.35%
– Manganese (Mn): 0.60-1.10%
– Phosphorus (P): 0.035%
– Sulfur (S): 0.035%
– Nitrogen (N): 0.012%
– Aluminum (Al): 0.020%
– Copper (Cu): 0.30%
– Nickel (Ni): 0.30%
– Chromium (Cr): 0.30%

E335 steel grade is commonly used in various structural applications, including:
– Construction of bridges and buildings
– Machinery manufacturing
– Conveying equipment
– General engineering components

Its high tensile strength and good weldability make it a suitable choice for structural components that require high strength and durability. Additionally, its excellent formability and machinability make it a versatile material for various manufacturing processes.