The SA709 Gr.36 steel for hull structures, medium and heavy steel plate can be processed for secondary processing. If the medium and heavy steel plates are not used later, the factory can process it into other plates, which will not waste resources and save cost. The overall market situation of SA709 Gr.36 steel for hull structures, medium and heavy steel plate is unstable, and the price changes every day. If the overall price rises, you can first observe for a period of time to find out why it has risen, and you can wait until the best price to buy.
Carbon steel SA709 Gr.36 steel for hull structures is an iron carbon alloy with carbon content less than 2.11% and a small amount of silicon, manganese, sulfur, phosphorus and other impurities. Carbon steel inevitably contains some impurity elements during smelting, which has a great influence on the performance and quality of steel, so it should be controlled. The quality of carbon steel is mainly measured by the content of sulfur and phosphorus. The lower the SA709 Gr.36 steel for hull structures content of sulfur and phosphorus, the better the quality of carbon steel.
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The yield rate is a comprehensive technical and economic index in the production of medium and heavy plates such as SA709 Gr.36 steel for hull structures. Increasing the yield rate can not only reduce the loss of metal, but it is also vital to the economic benefits of the steel enterprise. The influencing factors of the yield of medium and heavy plates are various, for example, the variety structure, negative deviation rolling level, plate shape control level, cutting loss, rolling waste and burning loss, etc.