BIS CERTIFICATION FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL IS 3039:1988
Structural steel is a specific type of steel recognized for its strength, durability, and capacity to withstand substantial loads.This kind of steel is primarily employed in constructing buildings, bridges, and other similar structures and come in various shapes and size.
To ensure the product quality of structural steel, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has made it mandatory for manufacturers to undergo BIS registration and obtain the BIS ISI mark before selling it in the market. Manufacturers can use the ISI Mark on their products only after obtaining a license from BIS that is granted after BIS registration. The presence of the ISI mark on a product indicates that it complies with BIS's stringent quality standards
This standard specifies the requirements for rolled structural steel plates, sections, flats, and bars used in the construction of ship hulls. Grade I is intended for general use, whereas Grade II and Grade III are intended for special uses. This standard does not apply to rivet bars used in ship construction.
REQUIREMENTS FOR IS 3039:1988
1.The steel shall be produced using an open hearth, an electric furnace, basic oxygen, or any other process approved by the purchaser.
2.The nitrogen content of steel produced by the basic oxygen process shall not exceed 0.007 percent.
3.Grade I steel can be killed or semi-killed. Grade II steel shall be of the killed type, manufactured with fine grain practice and the use of aluminium or other grain refiners. Grade II steel can also be supplied semi-killed in thicknesses up to and including 35 mm if the steel over 25 mm thickness is normalized. Grade III steel shall be supplied in fully killed conditions, manufactured with fine grain practice, and the use of aluminium and other grain refining elements such as Nb, V, and Ti.
4.All materials must be free of cracks, surface flaws, segregation, lamination, pipe, and other defects which will be harmful to the service of the material.
5.Surface defects may be removed by chipping or grinding so that the material thickness does not fall below 93 percent of the nominal thickness, but no more than 3 mm at the dressed location.
6.Every finished product must be marked with the inspecting authority's brand in at least one location by the manufacturer.
7.Unless otherwise agreed, the following information must also be marked on each product:
·Manufacturer’s name or trade-mark
·Grade of steel
·Purchaser’s identification mark, if required by the purchaser.
8.The standard mark (ISI Mark) may also be applied to the material.
9. Manufacturers must obtain a BIS license from the Bureau of Indian Standards to use a standard mark (ISI Mark).
The following test shall be carried out in accordance with the standard.
Structural steel has been included in the mandatory ISI Certification Scheme under the IS 3039: 1988 standard. This product cannot be exported, imported, or sold in the Indian consumer market without the ISI Mark imprinted.
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