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IS 1730: 1989

Supersedes IS 1731
( Reaffirmed 2004 )

Indian Standard

STEEL PLATES, SHEETS, STRIPSAND


FLATS FOR STRUCTURAL AND GENERAL
ENGINEERING PURPOSES-DIMENSIONS
( Second Reliision )

First Reprint NOVEMBER

UDC

669.14-41:006.78

BUREAU
MANAK

hruary

1990

OF
BHAVAN,

1991

BIS 1990

INDIAN

STANDARDS

9 BAHADUR
SHAH ZAFAR
NEW DELHI 110002

MARG

Price Group 4

Structural Sections Sectional Committee, CED 8

FOREWORD
This Indian Standard (Second Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards on 20 July 1989,
after the draft finalized by the Structural Sections Sectional Committee had been approved by the Civil
Engineering Division Council.
This standard was first published in 1961 covering steel plates, sheets and strips.
in 1974 it was published in three parts covering plates, sheets and strips separately.

On its first revision

Steel flats which were covered separately in IS 1731 was revised in 1971 on the basis of lSO/R 1035/31965. With the revision of this ISO. recommendation in 1980, the revision of IS 1731 was also felt
necessary. It has now been revised and amalgamated in this second revision of IS 1730, wherein the
dimensions of flats have been aligned with IS0 1035/3-1980 Hot rolled steel bars, Part 3 Dimensions of
flats bars. However, certain rationalized bar sections which are currently produced in the country have
been retained in this specification.
Values of mass have been given in three significant figures.
For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with the final
value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off in accordance
with IS 2 : 1960 Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised).
The number of significant places
retained in the rounded off value should be same as that of the specified value in this standard.

IS 1730 : 1989

Indian Standard

STEEL PLATES, SHEETS, STRIPS AND


FLATS FOR STRUCTURAL AND GENERAL
ENGINEERING PURPOSES - DIMENSIONS
( Second Revision )
1 SCOPE

4.2 Sizes

1.1 This standard


specifies nominal dimensions,
nominal mass and surface area (for sheets) of hotrolled steel plates, sheets, strips and flats for structural
and general engineering purposes.

The standard nominal sizes of plates corresponding


to the nominal thickness specified in Table I shall
be given in Table 2.
4.3 Mass

1.2 This standard is mainly intended to cover plates,


sheets, strips and flats rolled from steel conforming
to IS 226 : 1975 Structural steel (standard quality)
( jfrh
revision ), IS 961 : 1975 Structural
steel
( high tensile ) ( second revision ), IS 1977 : 1975
Structural steel (ordinary quality) ( second revision ),
IS 2062 : 1984 Weldable structural
steel (third
revision) and IS 8500 : 1977 Weldable structural
steel (medium and high strength qualities ).

The nominal mass for plates in kg/m is given in


Table 3 for information.
5 DIMENSIONS

AND MASS OF SHEETS

5.1 Thickness
The standard nominal thickness of sheets shall be as
given in Table 4.
5.2 Sizes

2 REFERENCES
2.1 The following Indian
adjunct to this standard:

The standard nominal size of sheets corresponding


to nominal thickness specified in Table 4 shall be as
given in Table 5. Surface area and mass of each
sheets are also given in Table 5.

Standard is a necessary
Title

IS No.

6 DIMENSIONS AND MASS OF STRIPS

Rolling and cutting tolerances for


hot-rolled steel products (fourth
revision )

IS 1852 : 1985

6.1 .Tbickness
The standard nominal thickness of strips shall be as
given in Table 6.

3 DESIGNATION

6.2 Sizes

3.1 Hot-rolled steel plates, sheets, strips and flats conforming to this standard shall be designated as under:

The standard nominal sizes of the strips corresponding to nominal thickness specified in Table 6 shall
be as given in Table 7. Mass OI strips in kg/m are
also given in Table 7.

a) Plates shall be designated as ISPL followed


by figures denoting length (mm) X width
( mm) x thickness (mm) of the plates.

7 DIMENSIONS AND MASS OF FLATS

b) Sheets shall be designated as ISSH followed


by figures denoting length (mm) X width
( mm ) x thickness ( mm ) of the sheet.

7.1 The standard nominal thickness of flats shall be


as given in Table 8.

c) Strips shall be designated as ISST followed by


figures denoting
width ( mm) X thickness

7.2 Sizes
The standard nominal sizes of flats corresponding
the nominal thickness specified in Table 8 shall
be as given in Table 9. Mass of flats are also given
in Table 9.

( mm ) of the strip.
d) Flats shall be designated by the width ( mm)
followed by letters ISF and the thickness
(mm).
4 DIMENSIONS

7.2.i Flats above 160 mm in width shall normally


be supplied in round edges.

AND MASS OF PLATES

8 TOLERANCES

4.1 Thickness
The standard nominal thickness
as given in Table 1.

8.1 The rolling and cutting tolerances and mass


tolerances for steel plates, sheets, strips and. flats
shall be as laid down in IS 1852 : 1985.

of plates shall be
1

IS 1730:1989
Table 1 Standard Nominal Thickness of Plate in mm
( Clauses 4.1 and 4.2 )
5.0

10

18

28

45

60

12

20

32

50

7.0

14

22

36

56

80

16

25

40

63

Table 2

Standard Nomiuhl Sizes of Plates


( Chuse 4.2 )

Width
in mm

Length
in mm

900

950

loo0

1100

1200

Maximum

1250

Standard

1400

Nominal

l!%o

1600

Thickness

1800

2ooo

22Qo

2soo

in mm

NWE - lhis table :ives the v;rl~cs of maximum standard nominal thickncsseb for each combination
of Icngth and
witfib. -I his means th;lt any standard nominal thickness ( see Table J ) less than the maximum thickness specified in
For example. for a length-width
combination
of
this table is available f& the particular length-width combination.
By this, it should be understood
12 500x I 600 mm, 40 mm is; Ihe maximum standard nomical thickness specified.
that any standard nominal thickness in the range 5 to 40 mm is available in 12 500x I 600 mm size.

IS 1730 : 1989
Table 3

Width
in mm

900

950

1000

1100

1200

Mass per Metre of Plates


( Clause 4.3 )

1400

1250

Thickness
in mm

1500

1600

1800

2000

2200

628

70.6

785

848
989
113
141
198
170

864
104
121
138
173
207
242
276
311
345

981
118
137
157
196
236
275
314
353
392

2500

Mass* per metre, kg

353

373

39.2

432

47. I

49 1

550

559

7
1:

424
494
70.6
565

447
522
746
597

47
5501
7;:;

518
.
ZK
864

465
660
942
754

589
687
785
981

989
848

104
895

110
942

121
104

132
113

118
137

706
824
942
118
141
165

188
212
236

3:::

100
126
151
176
201
226
251

226
254
283

110
942
126
157
188
220
251
283
314

16
18
20

113
127
141

119
134
149

126
141
157

E
173

151
170
188

157
177
196

660
769
879
110
132
154
176
198
220

2:

155
177

186
I64

173
196

207
236

245
316

275
242

294
259

314
276

311
353

345
392

432
380

432
491

:2
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226
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254

239
209
268

251
220
283

276
242
311

264
301
339

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314

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396

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424

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440

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1 236

*Based on density of stxl-785

g/cm.

Table 4

Standard Nominal Thickness of Sheets in mm


( Chse 5.1 )

0.40

08fl

112

160

200

280

4.00

OTO

O~)O

I25

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224

315

430

0 (1.J

l(U)

I.40

I IO

2 so

355

465

Table 5
StM&Ud
Nominal
Thickness
in mm

size

mm x mm

I 800x

3000x

2 00 x

Standard Nominal Dimensions and Mass of Sheet


( Clause 5.2 )

m
3
..

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280

315

355

400

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465

161
201
24.2
255
268
295

170
212
254
268
283
311

190
237
285
301
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267
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490

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537
565
622

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466
546
577

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493
591
624

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356
382

322
336
376
402

339
353
396
424

380
396
44.3
475

422
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495
530

678
706
791
848

72.9
760
850
910

788
82 1
920
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565
576
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1'40 1'60 1'80 190

Standard
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900
950
1000
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180
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879
967

i%
120
125
140
150
669
836
100
:?$
123
134
139
156
167

M
113
124
H
158
170
7s4
942
113
119
126
138
151
157
176
188

648
810
9T2
p:

R
121
134
146
152
170
182
810
101
121
128
135
148
162
::
202

613
766
920
970
H!
123
128
145
153
700
875
;:;
117
128
140
;%
175
7$8
985
118
12$
131
144
158
%!
197
875
109
131
139
M(5
160
176
186
204
218

on density of stecl==785 gn+m.

..

IS 1730 : 1989
Table 6

160

2.24

3 15

450

800

180

2 50

3.65

500

1000

2.00

2.80

400

6cO

Table 7

!rhtcknes3

in mm

160

Standard Nominal Thickness of Strips in mm


( Clause 6.1 )

180

200

Standard Nominal Dimensions and Mass of Strip


( GIause 6.2 )

224

250

280

315

355

400

450

50

60

80

100

Width

in mm

1:
160

125
157
201

141
1.77
2.26

I.57
196
251

176
220
281

196
245
314

220
274
352

247
308
395

279
348
446

314
392
502

353
441
565

392
490
628

471
588
753

) 628
7.85
100

785
981
126

%
320

251
314
402

282
3.53
452

314
392
502

352
440
562

392
490
628

439
549
705

494
617
790

558
697
892

62S
785
10.0

706
883
II.3

784
980
12.5

942
11S
15 I

126
157
2oII

157
166
251

ii

502
628
816

565
7.05
917

6-28
7.85
102

704
879
114

785
951
127

878
I 10
143

988
124
16 I

1 I1
139
181

126
157
204

141
177
230

157
196
25.5

188
23 6
306

251
314
408

314
39.2
510

149
12.6

141
16 7

157
186

208
176

235
198

223
265

198
25.1

28.3
33.6

314
37.3

44
3777

59.7
502

746
628

!!i

100
-

13.4
113

1000

157

176

196

22.0

247

279

314

353

392

47 I

62S

785

1050
1150
1 250

16.5
-

185
202
-

206
226
245

233
252
275

260
284
309

292
;;:;

330
36 I
39.2

37 I
406
442

412
45 I
49.1

4Y.5
542
58.0

659
72.2
785

824
903
98 I

lux)
1450
] 550

--

I
-

286
-

321
358
3X3

362
40 4
432

408
455
487

:::;

510
5hY
C$)S

61.2
683
730

XI6
Yil
0.;. 3

547
_-__I.

*Based on density of stecl==785 g/en?.

Table 8

Standard Nominal Tbickuess of Hal-s in mm


( C/ruses 7.1 and 7. : )

3.0

50

80

IZI)

200

300

40

60

100

IS0

250

400

5OV

I02
I II
I__

IS 1730 : 1989
Table 9

Width
mm

Mass+, kg/m for Varying ( mm ) Thickness


r_-____---------3
4

10

0236

0314

0393

0471

16

0377

0502

0628

0.754

20

Dimensions and Mass of Hot Rolled Steel Flats


( &use 7.2 )

0471

0628

0785

W%2

100

----A__------------------10
12
15

110

151

20

157

188

230

236

294

30

40

50

126

25

25

0589

0785

0981

118

157

196

30

0 707

0942

118

141

188

236

283

353

471

35

0824

110

137

165

220

275

330

412

550

40

0942

126

157

188

251

314

377

471

628

45

106

141

177

212

283

353

424

530

707

883

106

50

118

157

196

236

314

393

471

589

785

981

118

60

141

188

236

283

377

471

565

707

118

141

188

204

255

306

408

510

612

765

102

128

153

204

220

275

330

440

550

659

824

110

137

165

220

75.

236

2%

353

471

589

707

883

118

147

177

236

80

251

314

377

502

628

754

942

126

157

188

251

314

90

353

424

565

707

848

106

141

177

212

283

3.53

100

393

471

628

7.85

942

118

157

196

236

314

392

565

754

942

113

14 I

188

236

283

377

471

65
70

120

130

942

785

942

612

816

102

122

153

204

256

306

408

512

MO

659

879

110

132

165

220

275

330

440

550

150

707

942

118

141

177

236

294

353

471

589

160

100

126

151

188

251

314

377

502

180

113

141

170

212

283

353

424

565

157

188

236

314

392

47 1

628

196

236

294

392.

49 I

589

755

2SJ

35.3

41 I

588

707

93

471

62.a

78S

94.2

200
250

300

400

*Based on density of steel=785 gm/cm~.

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