Ohio High-strength Low-alloy Piling with Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance for Use in Marine Environments Code, 2013 (2018)

Adoption Info

Effective Dates January 1, 2013 – Present (Revised in 2018)

Adopts with Amendments ASTM A690/A690M-13a Standard Specification for High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel H-Piles and Sheet Piling with Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance for Use in Marine Environments

Overview ASTM A690/A690M is a standard developed by ASTM International that provides guidelines and requirements for high-strength low-alloy steel H-piles and sheet piling with enhanced atmospheric corrosion resistance, specifically for use in marine environments. This standard specifies the chemical composition, mechanical properties, and dimensions of the steel to ensure its suitability for use in harsh marine conditions.

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The 2013 Ohio High-Strength Low-Alloy Piling with Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance for Use in Marine Environments Code, revised in 2018, is based on ASTM A690/A690M-13a with Ohio-specific amendments. This code sets the minimum standards for the manufacturing, quality control, and use of high-strength low-alloy steel piling within the state of Ohio. The Ohio-specific amendments include additional provisions tailored to the unique environmental conditions in Ohio, particularly in marine environments, ensuring the safety, reliability, and performance of the steel piling.