Ballistic steel Ramor 500 plates have a complex chemical composition, consisting primarily of iron and carbon. This versatile steel also contains trace amounts of manganese, silicon, chromium, molybdenum, nickel, and other elements. The exact balance depends on the intended application; the resulting ballistic steel is mighty and durable because of the various alloy components. This strength and resilience make it ideal for use in areas such as aerospace technologies and vehicle armoring. Additionally, it has excellent weldability, which makes the Ramor 500 plate unique – not only are they able to withstand significant impacts but can also be used to create larger components with relative ease. This impressive combination of properties makes Ballistic Steel Ramor 500 Plates an ideal choice for many demanding industrial applications.
500 Ballistic Steel Ramor Plates are a high-strength steel core that has been hardened by specialized heat treatment. It features a protective outer layer made from special alloyed iron and is designed to provide maximum protection against the impacts of bullets and fragmentation. The chemical composition of Ballistic Steel Ramor 500 Plates is composed primarily of iron, chromium, nickel, and molybdenum, blended in specific ratios to increase the hardness and yield strength of the steel. Additionally, trace amounts of other elements, such as sulfur, phosphorus, and silicon, are added during the production process to improve corrosion resistance and weldability. The result is a solid material that can withstand even the most demanding conditions.
The Harmonised System Nomenclature (HSN) code for Ballistic Steel Ramor 500 Plates is 72254090.
Ballistic Steel Ramor 500 Plates are not magnetic. They are constructed with a combination of low alloy martensitic steel and heavy manganese-boron steel that provide protection against ballistic threats.
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