These are sheets with a fine-grained structure. Their quality, requirements for processing and properties are governed by regulation EN 10025-3. They are characterized by high toughness and good weldability. You can also use them for more demanding industrial or construction projects and the construction of railway or motor vehicles.

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Properties and use of ordinary structural steel sheets according to EN 10025-3

Fine-grained sheets of unalloyed and alloyed stainless steel are distinguished by increased toughness especially at low temperatures (impact tests at −50 ℃), lower sensitivity to material aging or brittleness and good cold formability< /strong>, which is determined by the manufacturing process = normalizing annealing or normalizing rolling. Their minimum yield strength starts at 460 MPa. Structural steel sheets, the technical requirements of which are specified by EN 10025-3, have a fine-grained structure thanks to the low carbon content and microalloying elements.

Their structure together with high purity guarantees excellent properties, thanks to which you can use the sheets in various applications. It is suitable for demanding constructions and as load-bearing elements. You will use them in heavily loaded parts of welded constructions, such as bridges, floodgates or storage or water tanks. They are also suitable for the production of railway and motor vehicles.

Choose from a wide range of sizes. We supply sheets in the following dimensions:

  • length: max. 18,000 mm,
  • width: 1000-3200mm,
  • thickness: 5-100 mm,
  • weight: max. 12,500 kg.

The stated dimensions are only approximate. The resulting appearance depends on the combination of individual parameters and material specification. Upon agreement, we are able to produce sheet metal up to a length of 21,000 mm and a thickness of 200 mm. For more information contact us.


Equivalent marking of steels

EN 10025-3 EN 10113-2 DIN 17102
Quality S275N S275N StE 285
Quality S275NL S275NL TStE 285
Quality S355N S355N StE 355
Quality S355NL S355NL TStE 355
Quality S420N S420N StE 420
Quality S420NL S420NL TStE 420
Quality S460N S460N StE 460
Quality S460NL S460NL TStE 460

Basic characteristics of individual qualities

Basic characteristics of individual qualities

Steel brand Minimum yield strength ReH2)
Strength limit Rm
Minimum ductility
Minimum impact work KV
CEV max.1) Thickness
S275N/1.0490 275 370–510 24 −20/40 0,40 5–1003)
S275NL/1.0491 275 370–510 24 −50/27 0,40 5–1003)
S355N/1.0545 355 470–630 22 −20/40 0,43 5–1003)
S355NL/1.0546 355 470–630 22 −50/27 0,43 5–1003)
S420N/1.8902 420 520–680 19 −20/40 0,48 5–80
S420NL/1.8912 420 520–680 19 −50/27 0,48 5–80
S460N/1.8901 460 550–720 17 −20/40 0,53 6–80
S460NL/1.8903 460 550–720 17 −50/27 0,53 6–80
  1. Valid for thicknesses up to 63 mm, larger thicknesses according to the standard
  2. Valid for thicknesses up to 16 mm, larger thicknesses according to the standard
  3. Greater thickness up to 150 mm by agreement


Murckowska highway bridge in Katowice, Poland

CEI - VMT - Murckowska highway bridge in Katowice, Poland
CEI - VMT - Murckowska highway bridge in Katowice, Poland

It is a unique structure of over 60 m long road bridge with typical steel arches.
Year of implementation: 2007. Consumed material: approx. 1,200 tons of sheets.

Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany

CEI - VMT - Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany
CEI - VMT - Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany

The modern construction of the apparently floating roof is anchored to the stands by 20 steel columns.
Year of implementation: 2003–2004.
Consumed material: approx. 3,700 tons of sheets.