Shipbuilding steel plates are used to manufacture marine and inland watercraft hulls, requiring high strength, plasticity, toughness, cold bending performance, welding performance, and corrosion resistance. The company provides common shipboard grades such as Grade A, Grade B, Grade D, Grade E, Grade AH32, AH36, AH40, DH32, DH36, DH40, EH32, EH36, EH40, FH32, SA283 Grade C mild steel H beam FH36, FH40.
The melting points of vanadium and chromium are relatively high, and the ability to interact with oxygen is also relatively large, so the metal melt should be deoxidized well, and the temperature of the wear plate melt should not be too low, exceeding 1550℃. Boron is an element that is relatively easy to be oxidized and nitridated, so the steel melt must be fully deoxidized and nitrogen fixed before adding. In general wear-resistant plates, SA283 Grade C mild steel H beam, boron is added as a trace element, and the amount used is not very large.
We do sand blasting and shop primer for various SA283 Grade C mild steel H beam steel plates such as carbon steel plates, high strength low alloy steel plates, shipbuilding steel plates, etc. before delivery, so as to protect the steel plates from going rust during transportation. Our sand blasting standard is SA2.5, and shop primer SA283 Grade C mild steel H beam thickness is 20μm or so. Our shop primer has been certified by ABS, LR, BV etc. authorities.
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