EN 10083-3 steel 30MnB5 for quenching and tempering specifications
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Non-destructive flaw detection of steel plates is a test method for inspecting the EN 10083-3 steel 30MnB5 for quenching and tempering surface and internal quality of the inspected parts without damaging the working state of the workpiece or raw materials. Commonly used EN 10083-3 steel 30MnB5 for quenching and tempering steel plate flaw detection methods include: X-ray flaw detection, ultrasonic flaw detection, magnetic particle flaw detection, penetration flaw detection, eddy current flaw detection, gamma-ray flaw detection, fluorescent flaw detection, color flaw detection and other methods. Physical flaw detection is non-destructive flaw detection without any chemical changes.
SPA-C steel with the thickness range is 1.2-150mm, the width range is 1220-4200mm, and the length range is 5000-18000mm. Also note that the EN 10083-3 steel 30MnB5 for quenching and tempering, SPA-C steel coil thickness should not exceed 25 mm. SPA-C steel’s mechanical properties is yield strength more than 325 MPa, tensile strength more than 450Mpa.
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