Steel grades are specified in DIN EN 10027-1 and DIN EN 10027-2. In addition to the steel designation system according to number and the classification of steel grades according to chemical composition, each steel grade has its own symbol. With its one-of-a-kind, practical overview of steel grades, Comparial provides you with all steel designations, including complete information on material properties and composition.
High-grade steel: Table of material properties
This database contains all important information on high-grade steel. Comparial provides you with all material data on high-grade steel: properties, tensile strength, yield point, coefficient of thermal expansion and much more. Use the practical material database to compare high-grade steel alloys and find exact material designations in a clearly arranged table, including material numbers for high-grade steels.
Comparial provides you with a complete materials table on metal. Find all metal designations and the most current standards in a digital book of tables. Get a detailed overview of metal properties such as temper, Vickers hardness, strength, tensile strength and everything else you need to know about metal.
Structural steel - Data sheet of all designations and properties
Structural steel makes up more than half of worldwide steel production. In Comparial, you can find all grades of structural steels in a digital data sheet. Easily compare different grades of structural steels, such as st37-2 (S235JR) and st52-3 (S355JO). Quickly access all properties of a particular material according to DIN EN 10025 (structural steel) such as specific weight, yield point, tensile strength and its exact composition (carbon content, chemical composition). Use the digital database on structural steel, find the right material and move your project forward.
Spring steel – Data sheet of properties and composition
Specifications on spring steel are laid out in DIN EN 10089 among other standards. It is known for its distinct strength. Comparial contains a digital materials database where you will find all steel grades that fall under the designation “spring steel”. Here you have access to all important information on spring steel: properties such as yield point, tensile strength, density, and weldability. Use the practical materials data sheet to compare different spring steel standards and spring steel tempers.
Free-machining steel – All properties and composition
Free-machining steel is by definition an alloyed steel and has good machinability. This material’s designation as free-machining steel is a result of its optimization for drilling and turning in automatic manufacturing equipment. All properties of free-machining steel such as tensile strength, density, temper and composition can be found on the digital materials data sheet from Comparial – precisely, quickly and with a practical comparison function.