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MATERIAL lATA SHEET

(E)

FINE GRAIN STEEL TUBES AND


HOLLOWS SECTIONS,WELDABLE

V ALL OUR E C & M ANNES M AN N T U B ES


Works designation

EN Steel
Number

EN Steel Name

S890QL1

FineXcell 890
Scope

FIN-14

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This Data Sheet applies to seamless tubes, circular hollow sections and tube products made of quenched and
tempered weldable fine-grain structural steel exhibiting the properties listed below in the as-supplied
condition.
This steel is particularly suitable for highly stressed welded components, e.g. in structural steelwork such as
bridges, ships, lifting gear and commercial vehicles, as well s for hydraulic cylinders.
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Seamless tubes, circular hollow sections and tube products made of FineXcell 890 are manufactured ace. to EN
10297-1 in conjunction with EN 10220 or ace.to ENI 10210-1 in conjunction with EN 10210-2 (for special
purposes material can be delivered also on special request ac:c. to SEW 090-2 or ace. to EN 10216-3 in
conjunction with EN
10220 ). The product will be supplied with a type 3. l or 3.2 inspection certrricate according to EN
10204. Tubes intended for special purposes (e.g. chrome P'lating) are subject to special agreement.
The service performance of products made from th!iS steel is critically dependent on downstream processing (e. g.
welding methods) and application conditions.Fabric:ators shall ensure that their calculation, design and operating
methods match the material, reflect state-of-the-art practices and are suitable for the intended purpose, e. g. SEW
088, published by VDEh Verlag Stahleisen GmbH, DusS4 Idorf, Germany, should be observed in all processing.
The selection of the steel grade is the customer's responsibility.

Chemical
composition
(Heat analysis)

Mn

Si

max.

max.

max.

max.

1.60

0.020

0.010

0.20

0.18

Contents in %
by mass

Mo

Ni

0.50

0.20

1.00

0.50

Cr

0.80

0.70

Nb

max.

max.

0.10

0.05

max.

max.

J.oo5

0.020

1.70

The steel contains sufficient alloying additions to achieve a fine-grained microstructure. The nitrogen content (max.
0.020 %) is combined in nitrides. The Cu content is limited to max. 0.25 %.

Mechanical
properties
(at room
temperature)

Yield Strength ReH m;n

(1MPa = 1N/mm')

Tensile Strength R..

I"'"

[MPa ]
for wall thicknesses T [mm]

20

890

I\

1)

[MPa]

>

> 20
40

> 40
50

> 50
65

850

820

800

20

> 20
40

> 40
65

960

920

870

1070

1040

transv.

14

12

-60

T
[mm]
T 20

20 < T 65
> minimum

2 l

Impact energy KVm;n. [J), a verage on 3 Charpy-V-specimen at test temperature [0C)

thicknesses

long.

if the upper yield strength is not defined, the 0.2% proof stress Rp0 2 must be determined

wan

Impact energy

[%)

for wall thicknesses T [mm]

1110
1

Elongation A.,;.

- 40

-50

- 20

3)

long.

transv.

long.

transv.

long.

transv.

long.

transv.

long.

transv.

30

21

40

27

45

30

55

35

65

40

30

21

40

27

45

30

55

35

average values, only one individual value of a set of three may fall up to 30% short of the average.
'Testing is conducted on longitudinal specimens;?: 5mm wall thickness at the lowest temperature for which values are
stated. Additional testing of transverse specimen and at higher temperatures may be performed by special agreement
and have to
be documented in the Inspection Certificate. No additional marking is required.
Requirements for sub-size specimens are reduced in proportion to the cross section of the actual specimen compared to
standard specimens.

EN Steel Name

Works designation

S890QL1

FineXcell 890

Physical
properties
(Reference
values)

1.8925
[q

Temperature

Density

3
]

[10 kg/m

Modulus of elasticity (dynamic)

[GPa]

Poisson's ratio (dynamic)

Thermal conductivity
Mean specific heat capacity
(reference temperature

2oc)

True specific heat capacity

-100

-50

-25

20

100

200

300

..

7,85

2117

215

214

213

212

207

199

192

0.283

0.284

0:284

0.285

0287

0.290

0.293

[W/(m K)]

291.1

32.7

33.9

35.2

35.9

38.1

39.2

38.5

[J/(kg K)]

423

442

449

456

461

479

499

517

[J/(kg K)]

3i7 1

419

435

451

461

496

533

568

1or.o

9.9

9.9

9.9

9.9

9.8

9.4

8.7

10t.5

10.9

11.2

11.4

11.5

12.1

12.7

13.2

0204

0.230

0.244

[10-6m /s]

Mean coefficient of linear expansion [10-6/K]


(reference temperature

2oc)

Resistivity

[.n m]

Magnetic behaviour
Processing

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Thermal diffusivity

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EN Steel
Number

0.258

0.270

0.317 0.382

0.461

magnetizable

Hot forming operations should be carried out in the temperature range of 105oc to 75oc. Hot forming
operations such as forging and upsetting should be carried out in the upper temperature range. For processes
stretching the material, the lower temperature range is recommended: Where the final forming stage involves
reduction ratios < 5%,
temperatures as low as 7oo c are permissible. Subsequently the material should be allowed to cool in still
air. Hot forming must be followed by quenching and tempering.
Cold forming is possible. If reheating is necessary, c:are should be taken to avoid (even locally limited)
heating to temperatures above 55oc or 30 K below temperinn level, because this might affect the material's
properties. After heavy cold working with reduction ratios > 5%, the material must be either subject to a further
quench and temper treatment or to a stress-relieving.

Welding

\ \ /( I

This steel is weldable by all current manual or automatic methods.


The following procedure is recommended for
weldintg.
lnterpass temperature
Preheating
Wall thickness T
[q
[mm]
[C)

II

T::s20

min. 40

20 < T ::s40

min. SO

T > 40

min. 120

II
II

max. 150

=J

Max.heat input
[J/cm]

12000 bzw. 660 s


s = wall thickness [mm)
{up to 30% higher values forT-butt joints)

II

Care should be taken to minimize the heat input in riG welding. Stress relieving will generally not be necessary
and should be performed only where it is expressly specified or appears advisable with a view to the design
and/or operating conditions.
Arc-welding should be carried out with appropriate basic-type consumables matching the steel's composition and
properties.
Fillet welcls shottlcl preferably be earriecl ottt by a rru:Jiti pass methocl.
Quench + temper trea,tment

Heat
treatment
(Reference
values)

Hardening

[q

920-960

water I oil
quenching

Stress relieving

[q

Tempering
!550- 680

[q

cooling still air

550

cooling still air


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MATERIAL lATA SHEET


VALL O URE C & 4)M ANNES
MANN
T UBES 30K below tempering
however,
minimum

FIN-14

(E)

FINE GRAIN STEEL TUBES AND


HOLLOWS SECTIONS,WELDABLE

temperature
Workpieces must attain the specified temperature over the entire crosssection.
Once the product has reached its hardening temperature no further soaking is
required. For tempering, a minimum soaking time of 30 minutes is spedfied.
For stress relieving, the minimum soaking time is 30 minutes. In the case of multiple annealing, the maximum
soaking time is 150 minutes. When soaking for more than 90 minutes, the temperature should remain close to the
lower limit of the range.
Remarks

This Material Data Sheet replaces the previous editiion in which the old grade designations were used. The
correlation between old and new grade designations can be tal<en from the actual version of the Grade Transfer

Table
(-+ see Material Data Sheet GTT-02).
In case of conflict between the English version and another language version, the English version (E) shall
prevail.