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SPCC specification for steel




(2007)

What does the term SPCC refer to in steel specifications?

John Christiansen
I procure metal parts for printers. - Vancouver, Washington, USA


Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons and Steels

(2007)

Commercial quality, cold rolled carbon steel sheet/coils per JIS G3141, 'COLD-REDUCED CARBON STEEL SHEETS AND STRIPS' (28 pages, in English). Both low carbon & mild steel grades may be available, and a suffix may be added to indicate hardness. Similar to ASTM A1008/A1008M [link by ed. to spec at TechStreet] (supersedes A366/A366M).

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- Goleta, California

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(2007)

SPCC is a grade of commercial steel (commercial quality) referenced in the Japanese standard JIS G3141. It is similar to the CS grades in ASTM A 1008 and A 1008M.

Toby Padfield
automotive module supplier - Michigan


November 27, 2008

Can anyone please advice me on the difference between SPCD-SD and SPCC-SB/SD. At the present moment, I'm using SPCD-SD. Can I switch from SPCD-SD to SPCC-SB or SPCC-SD? There will be tin plating done on the material before going through the stamping process. Both these materials are from the cold rolled steel family.

Thanks in advance.

Joseph Lau
buyer - Singapore


November 11, 2010

SPCC SD/SB
S = standard temper grade
D = dull finish
B = Bright finish

Castor Wong
- Singapore

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