The quality grade symbols of Q235 steel plate are A, B, C and D respectively. Different grades represent different impact temperatures. CCSE, SA709 Gr 50 shipbuilding steel, Q235A is not required for impact toughness test; Q235B is required for impact toughness test at room temperature (20 ℃); Q235C is required for impact toughness test at 0 ℃; Q235D is required for impact toughness test at - 20 ℃. For the above-mentioned B, C and D grade steels, Akv ≥27J is required under different temperature requirements. At different impact temperature, the impact value is also different.
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Compared with thick steel plates, CCSE, SA709 Gr 50 shipbuilding steel, thin steel plates have many obvious advantages in steel plate processing and use. It is precisely these advantages of thin steel plates that make them more and more popular in various industries. First, compared to those thicker steel plate materials, thin steel plates are generally thinner in thickness. Thin steel plates themselves are lighter and thinner, and their weight is lighter, which is very convenient for handling during construction and transportation. It can save some storage and transportation space.