06 MM THICKNESS x WIDTH 1000 MM / 1250 MM / 1500 MM / 2000 MM / 2500 MM X LENGTH 1000 MM / 2500 MM / 3000 MM / 7000 MM / COIL CUT in ASME SA516 Grade 70, ASTM A516 Grade 70, ASME SA516 Grade 70 HIC Resistant, ASTM SA516 Grade 70
Material grades in accordance with standards other than ASME, such as API (American Petroleum Industry), EN (European grades), JIP (Japanese grades) etc, are assigned a P-Number only if their exact designation is listed in QW-QB/422. In recent years, an increasing number of non-ASME base metals have been added to this list (eg S235JR or API 5L EN 10216-3 Grade P355NL1 Alloy Steel Seamless Tubes EN 10216-3 Grade P355NL1 specification covers Alloy fine grain steel, pressure purposes. Pipe will be supplied in 5-7 metre random lengths with butt-weld ends and varnished to avoid oxidation of the steel when in storage. All pipes are fully certified and traceable with
EN 10253-2 Grade P355NL1 Specification. EN Specification alloy steel Pipes are used for high temperature service applications.Seamless Alloy Steel Pipes according to EN 10253-2 Grade P355NL1 are reheated and furnished in full annlealed,isothermal annealed or normalised quenched and tempered condition .EN 10253-2 Grade P355NL1 Alloy Steel Seamless Pipes have a typical chemistry with EN10028-3 P355NL1 Pressure Vessel Steel PlatesP355NL1 to EN10028-3 is a pressure vessel steel that is ideal for low temperatures as it has good crack resistance. Most plates from stock are used to fabricate pressure vessels, welded boilers, heat exchangers and reactors according to the ASME code normally by
EN10028-3 P355NL1, P355NL1 STEEL EN10028-3 P355NL1, P355NL1 STEEL, P355NL1 PLATE, P355NL1 Mill . Unitedsteel Plant is committed to product and supply EN10028-3 P355NL1, P355NL1 STEEL PLATE, P355NL1 Mill Plate as well as the equivalent grades as per ASTM, ASME, JIS , EN, UNS Specs. We have about 3000tons of Pressure Vessel plates per each size En10023-3 P355NL2 Pressure Vessel Steel PlatesEn10023-3 P355NL2 Pressure Vessel Steel Plates. P355NL2 to EN10028-3 is a fine grained pressure vessel steel suitable for use at low temperatures. With its fine grained and improved notch toughness it is one of the most popular steels for used in the oil and gas and petrochemical industries.
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P355NL1 (werkstoffnr. 1.0566) is indeed 1.2 according to ISO TR 20172 P355NL1 (EN 10028-3) chemistry puts it in group 1.2, not 1.3. Why would you say 1.3 ? Yield is less than 360 MPa. Only S and Mo may fall out of range, but you would have to check this on the mill test certificate. P355NL1 Steel for boilers and pressure vessels CasiderP355NL1 steel is characterised by good weldability and high resistance to brittle cracking. These types are used above all for manufacturing vessels for pressurised gas (LPG, butane and propane tanks), pressure vessels, parts for steam boilers, pressure piping, compressors, etc. Their most widespread use is in application environments lower
The A516 / SA516 standard, its full name is Standard Specification for Pressure Vessel Plates, Carbon Steel, for Moderate- and Lower-Temperature Service, could almost be described as the default material specification for pressure vessel applications particularly outside of Europe and it is widely used by designers and engineers in many market sectors.EN 10028:3 P355NL1 and P355NL2 Brown McFarlaneThe designation EN 10028:3 P355NL1 shows that this is steel for pressure purposes (P) with minimum yield strength of 355 MPa (355) which is impact tested in the transverse direction at -40 deg C (NL1). EN 10028:3 P355NL2 follows the same pattern but is impact tested at -50 deg C.