Marine and offshore structures require high-quality steel for construction. Severe operating conditions require steel that is corrosion-resistant and possesses high-pressure capabilities apart from being safe. These needs are met by marine, ship and offshore plates due to their hardness and steadiness. Knowledge of these types assists in the selection of the most appropriate material depending on the intended project to be accomplished.

Ship Plate: A vital component for shipbuilding

Ship plates are mainly used in shipbuilding. These plates are recognized for their high tensile strength, flexibility, and excellent resistance to corrosive environments. They are applied for the construction of hulls, bulkheads and deck plates. Adherence to global marine standards such as ABS and DNV guarantees dependability and safety.

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Steel Plate for Marine and Offshore Use

Marine and offshore industries have different types of steel plates that are used for different purposes. The marine plate is used for general marine applications. Ship plates are used especially in shipbuilding industries while offshore plates are used for oil rigs and other offshore structures. Deciding which one is right for you depends on your needs and objectives for your particular project.

Feature Marine Plate Ship Plate Offshore Plate
Primary Use General marine applications Ship construction Offshore structures
Strength Moderate High Very high
Corrosion Resistance Moderate Excellent Superior

EH36: Durable Steel Plate for Marine and Offshore

EH36 steel plates are characterized by their high strength and their capacity to withstand stress and impact. This makes them perfect for rough marine and offshore conditions. It has good weldability and mechanical properties, including high toughness. EH36 complies with high-standard specifications such as ABS to provide customers with quality and durability.

Specifications and Grades of Steel Plates

With the knowledge of technical specifications and grades, one can select the right steel plate easily. These are the requirements for size and shape, tolerances, and physical characteristics. Some of these grades include A36, S355, and EH36 depending on the application of the steel.

Grade Width Length Thickness
EN 10025 S275JR Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
EN 10025 S355JR/J0/J2 Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
ASTM A36 Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
EH36 Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
BS4360 Gr43A Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
JIS G3101 SS400 Up to 3000mm Up to 9000mm From 1.2mm
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Choose our Marine and Offshore Steel Plates

Here at Chuan Leong, we ensure the production of quality steel products, outstanding customer relations, as well as comprehensive after-sales services. This is because our expertise enables us to provide you with the right type of material for your task.

Frequently Asked Questions

Marine grade steel is a particular type of steel that is used in specific environments and areas where there is a higher level of chance of corrosion. The material must be fortified with certain elements to neutralise saltwater’s corrosive effects.

The best materials that should be used around the saltwater are stainless steel, aluminium and certain treated carbon steel. Each metal is suitable for different applications because it has its own features and benefits.

The term marine grade refers to steel that has been certified by organizational bodies such as the American Bureau of Shipping for application in ship construction. It represents high corrosion resistance and durability of the material.

Marine and offshore steel plate is applied for the construction of ships, offshore platforms and other structures subjected to marine conditions. These are selected based on their strength, endurance, and ability to withstand different climates.

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