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Carbon Steel Plate and Sheets
MasterSource supplies carbon steel plate, sheet and coil in any standard thickness, width and length or we can cut to your exact requirements. Turn around time is 2 to 3 days and in some cases we can ship the same day. Service you can depend on!
CR Class 2 ASTM A1008
COLD ROLLED SHEETS
Commercial Quality -
These sheets are rolled to a close thickness tolerance and possess a fine surface finish. Cold Rolled Sheets are suitable for stamping, forming and moderate drawing operations. Very desirable nickel or chrome plating results can be secured. Also, Cold Rolled Sheets provide an excellent base for baked enamel and lacquer finishes.
Commercial Quality (Lock Form Quality) - A continuous mill annealing and galvanizing process produces sheets with a tight, even coat of spangle that will not flake or peel in forming operations. Normally stocked in a G-90 coating weight.
Galvannealed UL A60-U
Commercial Quality - Galvannealed sheet is carbon steel coated with zinc on both sides by the continuous hot dip process. Immediately as the strip exits the coating bath, the zinc coating is subjected to an in-line heat treatment that converts the entire coating to a zinc iron alloy, giving the sheet a better surface for painting. Normally stocked in an A-60 coating weight.
Aluminized A463 CS Type B T140
Commercial Quality - ASTM A463 Aluminized coated carbon steel sheets have an aluminum and silicon alloy coating on both sides. They are principally used in heat-resisting applications and also where corrosion and heat are involved.
HR CQ SCS, HR CQ P&O, HR A-36 SCS, HR A-36 P&O and
HSLA A1011 HSLAS-F
ASTM A1011 CS TYPE B HOT ROLLED SHEETS HOT ROLLED PICKLED AND OILED SHEETS
A prime quality low carbon sheet suitable for forming, punching, welding, etc. Sheets will be furnished in standard mill edge unless sheared edge is specified. Hot rolled sheets are commercial quality and in most sizes temper flat to improve flatness and relieve internal stress.
HIGH-STRENGTH-LOW-ALLOY (HSLA) Sheets
SPECIFICATION: HR A1011 HSLA-F
*16 ga is GR 50
High Strength Sheet Steels have higher strength properties along with improved formability, weldability and/or atmospheric corrosion resistance than normally obtained from conventional carbon sheet steels. These desirable properties are obtained through selected chemical composition and controlled mill processing. High strength steels lend themselves to applications where weight reduction is a major factor.
Stretched HR Sheet
Material is stretcher leveled, producing a dead flat product. After the material is stretched flat, it is brushed to remove the upper 2 layers of scale leaving a smooth, clean surface. The final layer of scale, which is left on the sheet, will inhibit rust without the need for oil. It can even be painted without the costly clean up required for pickled and oiled.
ASTM A36 HOT ROLLED PLATE
A-36 is a structural quality carbon steel used for use in a variety of general construction applications including; bolted, riveted, or welded construction of bridges and buildings. Minimum yield point is engineered at 36,000 psi. In addition to greater strength than A-283, A-36 plates can be used to design structures and equipment lighter in weight with better weldability.
1020 HOT ROLLED PLATE
The controlled carbon range of 1020 improves the machinability of this grade. Good formability and weldability are also characteristic.
Floor Plate is an economical safety flooring that gives long life under the most severe usage. Its raised lug pattern is scientifically designed to resist skidding and slipping in any direction and makes possible safer and faster movement of workers and materials.
HSLA A606 Type 4 and HSLA A588
High Strength ASTM A-588 Gr A/B
ASTM A-588 Gr. A/B steel plate offers all the advantages of ASTM A572-50 but is produced with elevated levels of copper to add corrosion resistance. This "weathering" grade is often used in unpainted applications such as bridges, utility sign/poles and highway structures and guardrails because of the self-repairing, natural oxide patina greatly reduces maintenance.
HIGH STRENGTH ASTM A-572 Gr 50
This high strength, low alloy steel plate offers an optimum combination of strength, weldability and notch toughness with economy. Applications include: bridges, buildings, automotive and truck parts, railroad cars, cargo containers, tote boxes, construction equipment, structural tubing, lighting standards and transmission poles.
1045 HOT ROLLED PLATE
1045 is silicon killed with a higher carbon content for greater strength. Strength can be improved in the lighter and medium thicknesses by heat treatment. Machinability is good, while forming and welding properties are limited.
HR A516-70 As Rolled and HR A516-70 Normalized
ASTM A-516 Gr. 70 (PVQ) ASME SA516-70
Intended primarily for service in welded pressure vessels where improved notch toughness is required, this grade of ASTM A516/ASME SA516-70 is normally found in moderate and lower temperature applications.
AR 235, AR 400F and AR 500F
ABRASION RESISTING PLATE
that would give prolonged service life where abrasion is the primary cause of failure. The surface hardness of Abrasion Resisting Steel will vary by grade from 200-500 Brinell.
ARMOR PLATE MIL-A-46100 (e)
A popular high hardness armor grade (HHA), 46100 is selected for use by all departments and agencies of the Department of Defense. This grade is produced to 2 inches (51mm) thick with hardness requirements of 477-534 BHN and Charpy Impact testing on every plate.
High Strength ASTM A656 Gr 80
ASTM A-656 Gr 80 combines outstanding toughness, ease of fabrication and positive strength to cost relationships when compared to A572-50 and A-36. These translate into real savings in applications such as telescopic cranes, truck trailers, railroad cars, construction equipment and transmission towers; or any other extreme load-bearing job where the economy of superior strength and weight are paramount.
ASTM A-514 PLATE (Grade B, Grade H, Grade F, Grade Q)
The A514 plate steels are a group of quenched and tempered alloys with attractive advantages and characteristics. The most important are high yield strength at 90 or 100 ksi minimum, weldability, and good toughness at low atmospheric temperatures. Designed for a wide range of structural uses as well as machinery and equipment, these alloy steels offer help with selecting the optimum in strength, toughness, corrosion resistance, impact-abrasion resistance, and long-term economy.
1144 Modified offers high strength and hardness and is applicable where resistance to deformation and wear are essential. It may be flame hardened to further enhance surface properties. It is frequently used as an economical replacement for more expensive quenched-and-tempered alloy grades.
100XF TEMPER LEVELED PLATE
100XF steel plate has been developed for applications where increased strength-to-weight ratios are required. It has physical properties similar to those of ASTM A514 even though its manufacturing process does not require heat treatment.
Manganese (11-14% Mn)
MANGANESE PLATE (11% - 14% Manganese)
Manganese plate is a nonmagnetic steel that work hardens to a 650 Brinell. It is a 12-Mn austenitic steel with an exceptionally high level of wear-resistance when subject to work-hardening by shocks or high pressures in service.
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