Areas of application
Steel shipbuilding plates are used in the cabin structures of cruise ships. The especially thin but wide plates are used for such applications to offer the best processing properties such as flatness and weldability. In contrast, high-strength, thermomechanically rolled shipbuilding plates are used in offshore applications. They are used for platform superstructures or for special ships in the oil and gas industry.
Germanischer Lloyd (GL),Germany
Det Norske Veritas (DNV),Norway
Bureau Veritas (BV), France
Lloyd's Register of Shipping (LRS),Great Britain
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS),USA
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS),Russia
|Commodity||Shipbuilding Steel Plate|
|A/B/D/E AH32 AH36 AH40 DH32 DH36 DH40 EH32 EH36 EH40|
|Process Method||Hot rolled/AR/TMCP/+N/|
|Surface Finish||Common/Blasted and Pinted|
|Plate Size||Thinkness: 6mm to 100mm|
|Width:2000mm to 4200mm|
|Length:3000mm to 16000mm|
|Coil Size||Thinkness: 3mm to 19mm|
|Width:600mm to 2000mm|
|Examination||UT Test I II III S1E1 S2E2 S3E3|
|Package||Simple Packaging/Seaworthy Wooden Cases|
|Supply Ability||10000 MT/ Month|
Who buys Shipbuilding Steel Plate from Us?
Our customers are mainly heavy engineering companies serving the oil and gas and offshore sectors in SE Asia. They normally require thick plates of high quality. There are often very rigorous requirements around both minimum yield strength and the chemical composition.
We are popular with both local stockholders and engineering companies both because we have high quality AH36, DH36 and EH36 plates in stock, and because the selection of plates that we have available allows engineers to select plates that meet their requirements rather than having to seek derrogations or non-compliances.