EN10225 standard marine steel plate is applicable to steels for offshore structures, designed to operate in the offshore sector but not to steels supplied for the fabrication of subsea pipelines, risers, process equipment, process piping, and other utilities. S355G7+N, S355G8+N, S355G9+N plate delivered in the as-rolled condition are permitted up to 25 mm thick only.
We have a large number of marine steel plate steel materials in stock, and provide deep processing services such as welding. In addition to simple welding parts, we can also weld H-beam, box column and other profiles. For such welded structure, our advantage is that there are high-quality and low-cost raw material steel plates, which can be cut into the marine steel plate required size and welded into steel products with required shape and size, without being limited by the specifications of rolling production lines.
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Hydrogen (H) is the most harmful element in general steel such as marine steel plate. Hydrogen dissolved in steel will cause hydrogen embrittlement, white spots and other defects. Hydrogen, like oxygen and nitrogen, has very little solubility in solid steel. It dissolves into liquid steel at high temperature, and accumulates in the structure without time to escape when cooling, forming high-pressure micro pores, which greatly reduce the plasticity, toughness and fatigue strength of steel, and even cause cracks and brittle fracture in severe cases. "Hydrogen embrittlement" mainly occurs in martensitic steel, but not very prominent in ferrite steel, and generally increases with hardness and carbon content.