Shipbuilding steel is a kind of steel plate used by shipyards, shipbuilding companies and dockyards to manufacture hulls of cargo and passenger ships, boats, offshore drilling platforms, gateways and other structures and vessels. The company also supply AB AH36 plates and steel sheets hot rolled BV FH32 marine sheet in coils or cut to length, steel profiles (steel bulb flats, rounds and squares), and round and profiled tubes made from shipbuilding steel grades. Shipbuilding steel is produced under the control of certifying societies, sea and river registers.
Why can't stainless steel be flame cut? Flame cutting actually uses high-pressure oxygen flow to incinerate the metal and cut the metal. However, stainless steel has a high melting point and poor thermal conductivity. Under the influence of the temperature of the preheating flame, when flame cutting stainless steel, the stainless steel has a very thin oxide film on the surface of the stainless steel, which is called a high melting point. The high-viscosity chromium trioxide covers the surface of the stainless steel and prevents the next layer of metal from burning, so it cannot be cut normally.
The tensile strength of seamless steel pipe is more than 8-10 times of that of ordinary steel, and its elastic modulus is better than that of steel, with excellent creep resistance, corrosion resistance and seismic resistance; the mechanical performance of seamless steel pipe is excellent, easy to machine, etc.; the seamless steel pipe hot rolled BV FH32 marine sheet is highly elastic, reused in mechanical equipment, memoryless, deformation free, and antistatic.