Ship Building Steel LR/D Sheet is a type of steel used in shipbuilding. It comprises two steel components: Low Carbon Steel (LR) and High-Tensile Strength Steel (D). The carbon content in the LR component ranges from 0.05 to 0.20, while the D component has a minimum yield strength of 460MPa, making it highly resistant to breakage and corrosion.
Shipbuilding Steel LR/D Sheet is primarily used to construct ships and large vessels. It is highly durable, corrosion-resistant, and weldable, which makes it ideal for boat-building applications. Its strength makes it resistant to impacts from rough seas or heavy loads. Its excellent load-bearing capacity reduces fuel consumption for ocean liners, which translates to savings for shipping companies.