ASME SA537 Class 2 Plates
Carbon Steel ASTM A537 Class 2 Plate.
Carbon Steel ASTM A537 Class 2 Plate.
Know the specification, certification, and packaging of A537 Class 2 Plate
Are you looking for the best grade and quality of plate that you can easily use in your industrial applications and for a long duration? If the answer is yes, then stop here as a537 Class 2 Plate is the right option available in front of you. These are the high quality of plates that are considered best for their high strength, toughness, and hardness. These types of plates are manufactured using A537 class 2 steel which is an alloy that contains manganese, silicon, and carbon. This kind of alloy steel grade is extensively used in the fabrication process and manufactured for heat exchangers, pressurized tanks, and boilers.
The a537 Class 2 Plate is heat treated using tempered and quenched methods and other material used for manufacturing these plates has yield strength, higher tensile strength, and corrosion resistance. The raw material is well tested and inspected and used according to the international quality standard. These types of plates are widely used in industries like petrochemical industry, oil and gas industry and more. There are several leading manufacturers available who offer a wide range of class 2 plates with complete certification and specification. Well, if we talk about the specification of such plates it includes various grades and standards.
The thickness of these plates ranges from 8mm to 100mm and width varies from 1500mm to 3500mm. The length of these plates varies from 3000mm to 18000mm ad all custom sizes as per the demand and application requirement. These plates are manufactured using cutting, machining, forming drilling, grinding and testing process. You can easily see them being used in various applications like heat exchangers, Boilers, Columns, Pressure Vessels, Roof Tank and Storage Tanks.
These plates are manufactured using the best quality of raw material and A537 class 2 grades, therefore, these have high strength, corrosion resistance, resistant to oxidation, ductility, long functional life, and hardness. These plates can easily withstand in extreme environment and temperature, offering best results.
This plates are majorly used by the refinery and petrochemicals and for Low Temperature Pressure Vessels and Equipment where the Chances of Crackebility gets NIL
Certification and tests
These class 2 plates are when manufactured by leading manufacturers, come across various tests and certifications such as flaring test, flattening test, radiography test, ultrasonic test and third-party inspection. Not only this, when these plates are delivered to customers various certificates are authorized such as mill test certificate, IBR test certificate, radiography test certificate and third-party inspection report. All these tests are done under the guidance and supervision of quality experts so as to check the quality and durability of these plates.
The a537 Class 2 Plate is well tested and inspected and when it comes about the packaging process a complete care is given so that they don't get damaged. Moreover, to prevent these plates' damages and rusting, these plates are packed in best quality of pallets, wooden cases, boxes or waterproof wrappers. Hence, they remain in the same state and maintain their quality for a long time without getting damaged.
Supply Condition : Quenched and tempered, BQ Plates with IBR form IV, Furnace Normalised, MTC acc to EN 10204 3.1 / 3.2, Ultrasonic tested as per SA 578 or any other as per requirement
Impact tested : -52° C
Tempering: Notch toughness can be improved by quenched cooling from hot rolling or normalizing by the supplier. If such a faster cooling rate is agreed upon between purchaser and supplier then the steel is also to be tempered at 1200 F.
Applications : Used for Boilers and Pressure Vessels Application.
Process of Manufacturing : Hot-Rolled (HR)
|A537 / SA537||SPV36||19Mn5|
|≤ 40 mm||> 40 mm|
|Grade||Heat Treatment||Tensile (MPa)||Yield (MPa)||Elongation|
|SA537 Class 2||Quenched and tempered||550–690||415||22%|
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