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min. | for thickness 0.7-5 mm | A80
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min. | for thickness 5-6 mm | A80
600 - 760 MPa
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for thickness 0.7-6 mm | Upper limit of Rm for easier piercing and screwing.
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min. | for thickness 0.7-6 mm
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Magnelis® can be used in numerous industrial applications, such as:
Magnelis® is approved for use in Civil Construction by different national bodies:
If, by agreement at the time of enquiry and order, other chemical elements are added, they shall be mentioned on the inspection document which may need a change of classification.
Nb ≤ 0.100% and Ti ≤ 0.08%
The density of the Magnelis® coating is 6.2 g/cm3, due to its chemical composition.
Magnelis® is supplied passivated and/or oiled to temporarily limit any risk of white rust formation. During transport and storage, all necessary precautions must be taken to keep the material dry and to prevent the formation of condensation.
Steel grade with Rm/Re > 1.05 in accordance with the requirements of Eurocode 3 (EN 1993-1-12)
The forming techniques currently used for galvanised steel are also suitable for Magnelis®. Magnelis® behaves very well during profiling operations. The coating thickness must be compatible with both the desired degree of corrosion protection and the requirements of the forming processes envisaged. A minimum bending radius of 2x sheet thickness is recommended.
In resistance spot welding, the welding current must be suitably regulated and regularly adjusted. Electrode life can be extended by regularly stepping up the welding current and periodically dressing (machining) the electrodes. The coating thickness must be compatible with both the desired degree of corrosion protection and the requirements of the welding processes envisaged. Magnelis® can be arc welded, laser welded, brazed or high frequency induction welded, taking the same precautions as with galvanised steel. For use in outdoor applications a reprotection of the weld seams from arc welding and high frequency induction welding is recommended.