How is the performance of 42CrMo4 nickel alloy steel plate weight

How is the performance of 42CrMo4 nickel alloy steel plate weight

How is the performance of 42CrMo4 nickel alloy steel plate weight

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Ordinary carbon steel killed steel plate deoxidizes the liquid steel before making. When the liquid steel is poured into the ingot, its reaction is relatively calm and there is no boiling state. Advantages: this kind of steel plate 42CrMo4 nickel alloy steel plate weight has no gas, less impurities, uniform stress and good welding performance. Widely used in demanding parts

A131 EH36 steel is high strength marine grade hull structural steel. Its yield strength is no less than 355Mpa, tensile strength is 490-620 Mpa, and elongation is 19% min. 42CrMo4 nickel alloy steel plate weight, EH36 steel strength is close to S355 steel. However, EH36 steel is shipbuilding steel, while S355 steel is carbon structural steel, and can not be certified by classification society. That is to say, S355 steel is not allowed to be used for ship building when there is certificate requirement. A131 EH36 steel is widely used to build ships working in low temperature water.

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