The mechanical properties of Durbar® comply with EN 10025-2: 2004 and are shown in the table below. The values shown for strength and elongation are for test pieces taken transverse to the rolling direction; those for the impact test are for test pieces taken in the rolling direction.
|Min. yield strength1 ReL (N/mm2)||355|
|Tensile strength Rm (N/mm2)||470 - 630|
|Elongation %||3 ≤ t ≤ 12.5||20|
|Impact strength||Temp. °C||20|
|Min. energy J||27|
1. Lower yield strength or 0.2% proof stress applies.
t - material thickness in mm.
Impact tests can be performed for thicknesses ≥ 6.0mm. Please contact us for details.
Elongation after fracture A uses test piece length L0 = 5.65√S0.
The chemical composition of Durbar complies with EN 10025-2:2004 and is shown in the table below.