SA387 GRADE 12 Class 2 material is a chrome molybdenum carbon alloy steel for use in weldable pressure vessels and industrial boilers. The material benefits from added chromium which provides excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance making it ideal for sour service applications in the oil and gas industry. SA387 GRADE 12 Class 2 steel is equal to EN13CrMo45, DIN 13CrMo44 grade.
The primary purpose of adding alloy elements into steel is to improve the hardenability of steel and to ensure that martensite can be easily obtained during quenching. The second is to improve the tempering stability of the steel, to keep the martensite at a higher temperature, so that the carbide precipitated in the tempered steel is finer, uniform and stable. In this way, under the same conditions, SA283 Grade C, St52-3 mild steel plate, alloy steel has higher strength than carbon steel. One of the main purposes of adding alloy elements is to improve the strength of steel.
Nickel element is mainly used to form and stabilize the austenite structure, so that the SA283 Grade C, St52-3 mild steel plate steel has good mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and process performance. Molybdenum can quickly passivate stainless acid-resistant steel, and improve the corrosion resistance to solutions containing chloride ions and other non-oxidizing media. Titanium and niobium are usually used to fix the carbon in alloy steel and make it generate stable carbides to reduce the harmful effect of carbon on the corrosion resistance of alloy steel.
The company has passed the ISO9001: 2008 quality system certification, strictly implemented the ISO9001 quality management system. Besides, we have continuously improved the after-sales service network to make every effort to provide more convenient, accurate and faster services for all customers. We will supervise the production, control the quality in the factory, Inspect the cargo before shipment, Issue the test report to sales department. From the steel prodcution to steel delivery, we always focus the whole process.