Trio Steel is known for manufacturing, producing and exporting different kinds of steel products. SA 516 GR 60 by Trio Steel is the finest quality boiler steel plate on the market. We provide the best quality Boiler Steel Plates which are exported all over the world.
Due to constant upgradation of the product, our plates can be used in various industries. Grade 60 material is used to make our plates because of which they are the toughest plates in the market.
Our facility produces the best quality SA 516 GR 60 PLATES. This is due to the perfect blend of experienced professional manpower and unmatched quality raw material with modern machinery. Consequently, combining these elements together gives rise to the highest quality boiler steel plates. Hence these plates are highly demanded all across the globe.
Chemical elements in the appropriate quantities are used to produce the plates. It is composed of maximum amount of carbon and optimal amounts of manganese, phosphorous, sulphur and silicon. As a result of its mechanical assets these plates are capable of sustaining reasonably high temperatures (up to 538°C). In addition, these plates are also highly resistant to different types of deterioration and corrosion. Therefore they are repellent to erosive action.
A lot of tests are done on our plates. Some of them are positive material identification test, raw material test, intergranular corrosion test and many more in view of ensuring the highest quality steel plates. In order to protect them in all conditions, all our plates are wrapped in bubble wrap and polybags and kept in wooden boxes. Other documents and test reports are also included so as to provide complete transparency.
EQUIVALENT GRADE OF SA 516 GR 60 BOILER PLATES
|British Standard||European Norm||ASTM/ASME||DIN|
|BS1501-161-430A||EN10028 P265GH||A/SA516 – Grade 60||DIN 17155 HII|
|Grade||SA 516 GR.60 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Steel Plates|
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SA 516 GR 60 STEEL PLATES
|Tensile strength (ksi)||Yield Strength (ksi)||
Elongation min, % 200 mm (8 in)
Elongation min, % 50 mm (2 in)
|485-620 (70-90)||260 (38)||17||21|