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The company's main steel plates have twelve types of steel products like boilers and pressure vessels, low-alloy high-strength steel 09CuPCrNi-B welded weathering steel, wear-resistant steel plates, corrosion-resistant steel plates, high-rise building structural steel plates, marine structural steel plates, alloy structural steel plates, mold steel plates, carbon structural steel plates, shipbuilding and steel plates for oil production platforms, composite steel plates, steel plates for oil and gas pipelines. We offer various steel grades, and more than 300 kinds of thickness specifications.
The bridge steel plate is mainly used for erecting railway bridges, highway bridges, sea crossing bridges, etc. The bridge steel plate is required to have high strength and toughness, bear the load and impact of rolling stock, and have good fatigue resistance, certain low temperature toughness and atmospheric corrosion resistance. The bridge steel plate 09CuPCrNi-B welded weathering steel should also have good welding performance and low notch sensitivity. If you want to have a more comprehensive and detailed understanding of bridge steel plate, welcome to visit our official website for consultation.
The strengthening mechanisms in metals mainly include solid solution strengthening, dislocation strengthening, fine grain strengthening, and second phase (precipitation and dispersion) strengthening. Alloying elements have the most significant strengthening effect on steel in the quenched and tempered state, because it makes full use of all four strengthening mechanisms. Martensite is formed during quenching, and carbides are precipitated during tempering, resulting in a strong second phase strengthening and greatly improving toughness. Therefore, obtaining martensite and tempering it is the most economical and effective comprehensive strengthening method for 09CuPCrNi-B welded weathering steel.
The Indian iron and 09CuPCrNi-B welded weathering steel Steel Association (ISA) lowered its steel demand forecast for 2020 to 5.1% from 5.1% in February this year. The figure is expected to hit a low of 7.7%. The company said in an official statement that the current share price has fallen sharply due to the huge downside risk. "We expect India's finished steel demand to fall to about 93.7 million tons by 2020, down from 101.5 million tons in 2019." This calendar year, the 09CuPCrNi-B welded weathering steel decline was 7.7%, about 8 million tons. " Isa said.