Alloy Steel Sheets

Alloy Steel

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Alloy Steel Sheets

Ashapura’s alloy steel sheet stands as a dependable and adaptable solution across a spectrum of applications. Crafted from top-tier alloy steel, it seamlessly marries outstanding strength and longevity with heightened resistance to wear, corrosion, and extreme temperatures. Its impeccably smooth surface and precise measurements render it a perfect choice for a plethora of fabrication endeavors, structural components, and industrial applications.

Whether you require it for machinery, automotive components, or structural purposes, our alloy steel sheet supplier in Maharashtra guarantees unwavering performance and enduring reliability

Types of Alloy Steel Sheets

Alloy steel sheets are made by combining different metals, including iron, carbon, and other elements like chromium, nickel, and molybdenum. The resulting alloy steel sheet is stronger and more durable than traditional steel sheets.

Low Alloy Steel Sheets

Low alloy steel plates are one of the most commonly used types of alloy steel sheets. They contain less than 5% alloying elements such as chromium, nickel, or molybdenum. Low alloy steels have excellent strength and toughness but are not as corrosion-resistant as high-alloy steels. These plates are widely used in construction machinery, mining equipment, pressure vessels, and oil rigs.

High Alloy Steel Sheets

High alloy steel plates contain more than 5% of alloying elements such as chromium, nickel or molybdenum. These plates offer superior strength and durability compared to low-alloy steels. High-alloy steels also have excellent resistance to corrosion and wear making them ideal for applications that require high-performance materials such as aerospace components or medical implants.

Aluminum Killed Steel Sheets

Aluminum killed steel sheets have been treated with aluminum to remove any remaining oxygen from the molten metal during production. This process results in a cleaner material that has improved ductility and toughness compared to other types of steel alloys. Aluminum killed steels are commonly used in automotive parts manufacturing due to their ability to be easily formed into complex shapes.

Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Sheets

Chromium-molybdenum (CrMo) is an alloy that contains both chromium and molybdenum which provides exceptional strength at high temperatures along with excellent corrosion resistance properties. Chromium-molybdenum steel sheets are used in the production of boilers, pressure vessels, and other high-temperature applications.

Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Sheets

Nickel-chromium-molybdenum (NiCrMo) steel sheets are a type of high-alloy steel that contains nickel, chromium, and molybdenum. These elements provide excellent corrosion resistance properties along with superior strength at elevated temperatures. NiCrMo steels are commonly used in chemical processing plants and oil refineries.

Latest Price Material Grade

The price of alloy steel plates varies depending on the grade and type of material. The latest price material grade for alloy steel sheets is determined by several factors such as the current market demand, availability of raw materials, and production costs. It’s important to consider all these factors when choosing an alloy steel sheet for your specific application.

Alloy Steel Sheet Grades and Standards: ASTM, AISI, and SAE

ASTM Standards

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.

AISI Standards

The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is a trade association that represents the North American steel industry. AISI has developed several standards related to the chemical composition and mechanical properties of different types of steel. One of the most commonly referenced AISI standards for alloy steel sheet grades is AISI 4140. This standard covers chromium-molybdenum alloy steel that is widely used in various applications such as oil and gas drilling, automotive components, and structural parts. The material is known for its high strength, toughness, and resistance to wear and tear.

ASME Standards

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.

AISI Standards

The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is a trade association that represents the North American steel industry. AISI has developed several standards related to the chemical composition and mechanical properties of different types of steel. One of the most commonly referenced AISI standards for alloy steel sheet grades is AISI 4140. This standard covers chromium-molybdenum alloy steel that is widely used in various applications such as oil and gas drilling, automotive components, and structural parts. The material is known for its high strength, toughness, and resistance to wear and tear.

Alloy Steel Sheets Specifications

SpecificationsASTM A387 / ASME SA387
Thickness1mm-300mm
Width1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, 4050mm etc
Length2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, 12000mm, 15000mm etc
Surface2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, checkered, embossed, hair line, sand blast, Brush, etching Manufacturer and Supplier
FinishHot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)

Alloy Steel Sheets Thickness

Dimension thickness
0.025"4"0.75"
0.032"3.5"0.875"
0.036"0.109"1"
0.04"0.125"1.125"
0.05"0.16"1.25"
0.063"0.19"1.5"
0.071"0.25"1.75"
0.08"0.3125"2"
0.09"0.375"2.5"
0.095"0.5"3"
0.1"0.625"-

Alloy Steel Sheets Sizes

Size (in inches)Size (in mm)
.125"3.18mm
.134"3.40mm
.156"3.96mm
.187"4.75mm
.250"6.35mm
.312"7.92mm
.375"9.53mm
.500"12.7mm
.600"15.9mm
.750"19.1mm
.875"22.2mm
1"25.4mm
1.125"28.6mm
1.250"31.8mm
1.500"38.1mm
1.750"44.5mm
2"50.8mm
2.500"63.5mm
3"76.2mm

Alloy Steel Sheets Weight

ThicknessPlate Weight per Unit AreaDensity
3/16 inches0.06000 lbs/in²42.184176 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1/4 inches0.08 lbs/in²56.245568 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
3/8 inches0.121 lbs/in²85.0714216 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1/2 inches0.161 lbs/in²113.1942056 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
5/8 inches0.196 lbs/in²137.8016416 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
3/4 inches0.235 lbs/in²165.221356 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
7/8 inches0.274 lbs/in²192.6410704 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1 inches0.313 lbs/in²220.0607848 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1 1/4 inches0.391 lbs/in²274.9002136 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1 1/2 inches0.47 lbs/in²330.442712 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
1 3/4 inches0.549 lbs/in²385.9852104 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
2 inches0.627 lbs/in²440.8246392 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
2 1/4 inches0.705 lbs/in²495.664068 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
2 1/2 inches0.784 lbs/in²551.2065664 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
2 3/4 inches0.862 lbs/in²606.0459952 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³
3 inches0.941 lbs/in²661.5884936 kg/m²0.315 lbs/in³8.72 g/cm³

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FAQ

How is Alloy Steel Made?

Alloy steel is made by combining iron with other elements such as nickel, manganese, chromium, or vanadium to create a metal that has improved properties compared to carbon steel. The manufacturing process involves melting the base metal and the desired alloying elements together in a furnace, followed by casting, forging, or rolling into the desired shape or form.

What is the price of 1kg Alloy Steel?

The price of 1kg alloy steel is approximately ₹ 1,985*/Kg. Contact us to know more.

What Are the Main Types of Alloy Steel?

The main types of alloy steel include low-alloy steels, high-alloy steels, and stainless steels. Low-alloy steels have less than 8% total alloy content, high-alloy steels have more than 8% total alloy content, and stainless steels contain at least 10.5% chromium. Each type of alloy steel has its own unique characteristics and applications.

What Are the Properties of Alloy Steel?

Alloy steel possesses diverse properties that vary based on the type and amount of alloying elements added to the steel. Some of the properties that alloy steels can exhibit include high strength, durability, excellent performance under harsh conditions, and corrosion resistance, among others.

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