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Abrasion Resistant Steel Plates

400 Bhn Plate

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Jfe 360LE

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Creusabro 4800

Nicrodur 400

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Xar 400

Mild Steel :
EN 10025-2 ASTM IS 2062 EN 10025 SAIL JIS UNI
S235J2/JR/JO A36 E250 A ST 37.2 SAILMA 250 SS 400 Fe360B
S235JRG2 A283 GR.C E250 B - - - -
S235 Carbon structural steel: S235 structural steel plate meets European structural steel standard EN 10025: 2004. S235 structural steel plate is a common carbon structural steel that can be used in a very broad range of fabrication processes. With minimum yield strength of 33 ksi at 16mm, this plate has excellent formability but is limited in applications requiring higher weight-bearing structural specifications.

Inline with the European Standard classifications, Structural steels must be referenced using standard symbols including but not limited to: "S"235"J2’‘K2’’C’’Z’’W’’JR’’JO’’

ASTM A36: ASTM A36 Steel is one of the most common metals used for structural applications. It is strong, tough, ductile, formable and weldable. A36 is a mild and hot rolled low carbon steel. Low carbon steels are classified by having less than 0.3% carbon by weight. This allows A36 steel to be easily machined, welded, and formed, making it extremely useful as a general-purpose like grinding, tapping, drilling etc.

IS 2062 E250A,B,C:

EN 10025-2 S235JR/J2/JO STEEL PLATE: S235JR (+N) is a non-alloy structural steel which can be used in many ways and their application can be diverse. They are particularly useful because they offer the unique combination of good welding properties with guaranteed strengths. Our customers need high specification structural steel plate to meet their customer or project requirements. Here we supply plates across the whole thickness range from 1mm to 300mm. Structural Steel is an extremely adaptable product and is often favoured by the engineer trying to maximise strength or structure while minimising its weight. The construction industry is the biggest consumer of Structural Steel, where it is used for all manner of purposes and employed at diverse scales. Whether a small box lintel is used to carry the load of a structural wall in a residential property or a vast I-beam is bolted in place to hold the road surface on a bridge, structural steel can be specified, designed and fabricated for the job.

Chemical Composition :
S235JR 0.17 0.012 1.40 0.55 - 0.040 0.040 -
ASTM A36 ≤ 0.29 - 0.85 - 1.20 0.20 0.15 - 0.40 ≤ 0.040 ≤ 0.050 -
E250 A 0.23 0.012 1.50 - 0.40 0.050 0.050 -
Mechanical Properties :
GRADE Tensile Strength
(nominal thickness
between 3mm to
Yield Strength
(nominal thickness
Elongation Melting Point
S235JR/JO/J2 360-510 MPa 235 26 1370 °C - 1400 °C
ASTM A36 400-550 MPa 250 23 -
E250 A 410 MPa 250 23 -