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Flat steel is divided into galvanized flat steel, carbon flat steel, stainless steel flat steel, etc. according to the material. Flat steel can be divided into hot-rolled flat steel and forged flat steel according to the forging process. a242 type 1 steel beam, Hot-rolled flat steel is a potential-rolled long steel with a rectangular cross-section for general use. Forged flat steel is a long steel plate with a rectangular cross section that is forged. Hot-rolled spring flat steel is mainly used to manufacture leaf springs for automobiles, tractors, railway transportation and other machinery. The thickness of the flat steel is 8-50mm, the width is 150-625mm, and the length is 5-15m.
On October 16, 2019, the Board of Directors of the World Steel Association (worldsteel) elected the following new officers for 2019/2020 at the worldsteel General Assembly in Monterrey. The new a242 type 1 steel beam officers are elected for a one-year period: Chairman - YU Yong, Chairman, HBIS Group Co., Ltd. Vice Chairman - Sajjan JINDAL, Chairman and Managing Director, JSW Steel Limited.
Beijing machining center has more than 1000 employees, including 360 technicians, 28 engineers, 6 senior welders, 15 professional welders, 52 bachelor's degree, 3 doctor's degree, and 8 R & D team. It is a professional a242 type 1 steel beam production team combining theory and practice. With an annual output of 80000 tons, looking forward to the future, our company continues to strengthen the advantages of a242 type 1 steel beam leading suppliers in the four steel fields of steel plate, steel pipe, stainless steel and special steel.
Smelting process of a242 type 1 steel beam, container plate SPA-H weather-resistant steel: The molten iron for smelting SPA-H steel must be pretreated by molten iron desulfurization. Before entering the converter, the sulfur content of the molten iron is ≤0.010%, and the slag on the surface of the molten iron is cleaned. Nickel plates, copper particles or nickel-copper alloys are added to the converter with scrap steel. The carbon content of the converter smelting end is required to be less than 0.06% to prevent the molten steel from being oxidized.