Alloy Steel Sheets
Alloy steel sheets are used in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, construction, and manufacturing. Omsteel offers a comprehensive range of alloy steel sheets to meet the diverse needs of different applications.
Our alloy steel sheets come in various grades, including low alloy, high strength, and high-temperature alloys. We use the latest technology and manufacturing techniques to ensure that our products meet the highest quality standards. Our sheets are highly resistant to corrosion and wear and tear, making them ideal for use in harsh and demanding environments.
One of the key features of our alloy steel sheets is their strength and durability. They can withstand high temperatures and pressure, making them ideal for use in applications that require high-performance materials. They are also easy to fabricate, which makes them suitable for use in different types of manufacturing processes.
At Omsteel, we are committed to providing excellent customer service and support. Our team of experts is always available to answer any questions you may have and to provide you with the necessary guidance and support to ensure that you get the best possible product.
Types of Alloy Steel Sheets
Low Alloy Steel Sheets
High Alloy Steel Sheets
Aluminum Killed Steel Sheets
Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Sheets
Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Sheets
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Alloy Steel Sheet Grades and Standards: ASTM, AISI, and SAE
ASTM International is a globally recognized organization that develops and publishes technical standards for various materials, products, systems, and services. ASTM has established several standards that define the chemical composition, mechanical properties, testing methods, and other relevant aspects of different material grades.
One of the most commonly used ASTM standards for alloy steel sheets is A387/A387M. This standard covers chromium-molybdenum alloy steel plates intended primarily for welded boilers and pressure vessels designed for elevated temperature service. The standard includes several material grades such as Grade 2 (Class 2), Grade 12 (Class 2), Grade 11 (Class 2), Grade 22 (Class 1/2), Grade 5 (Class 1/2), among others.
Another widely used ASTM standard is A1011/A1011M. This standard covers hot-rolled carbon steel sheets intended for use in structural applications such as bridges or buildings. However, it also includes provisions for some types of high-strength low-alloy steel sheets.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is another organization that establishes standards related to materials used in engineering applications. ASME has developed several codes and standards that cover various aspects of pressure vessel design and construction.
One of the most commonly referenced ASME codes related to alloy steel sheet grades is Section II Part D – Materials Properties. This code provides information on the allowable stresses, tensile and yield strength, and other mechanical properties of different materials used in pressure vessel construction. It includes several material specifications such as SA-387/SA-387M for pressure vessel plates made of alloy steel.
Alloy Steel Sheets Specifications
|Specifications||ASTM A387 / ASME SA387|
|Width||1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, 4050mm etc|
|Length||2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, 12000mm, 15000mm etc|
|Surface||2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, checkered, embossed, hair line, sand blast, Brush, etching Manufacturer and Supplier|
|Finish||Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)|
Alloy Steel Sheets Thickness
Alloy Steel Sheets Sizes
|Size (in inches)||Size (in mm)|
Alloy Steel Sheets Weight
|Thickness||Plate Weight per Unit Area||Density|
|3/16 inches||0.06000 lbs/in²42.184176 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1/4 inches||0.08 lbs/in²56.245568 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|3/8 inches||0.121 lbs/in²85.0714216 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1/2 inches||0.161 lbs/in²113.1942056 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|5/8 inches||0.196 lbs/in²137.8016416 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|3/4 inches||0.235 lbs/in²165.221356 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|7/8 inches||0.274 lbs/in²192.6410704 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1 inches||0.313 lbs/in²220.0607848 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1 1/4 inches||0.391 lbs/in²274.9002136 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1 1/2 inches||0.47 lbs/in²330.442712 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|1 3/4 inches||0.549 lbs/in²385.9852104 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|2 inches||0.627 lbs/in²440.8246392 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|2 1/4 inches||0.705 lbs/in²495.664068 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|2 1/2 inches||0.784 lbs/in²551.2065664 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|2 3/4 inches||0.862 lbs/in²606.0459952 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|
|3 inches||0.941 lbs/in²661.5884936 kg/m²||0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³|