Structural steel plates are solid, and their compositions are carefully crafted to ensure they can offer excellent durability. Comprised mainly of iron but also containing small amounts of manganese, phosphorous, sulfur, silicon, and aluminium, these components form together to give structural steel its incredible strength potential. The exact chemical composition ratios can vary slightly depending on the specific industry standard or grade to which the Steel Plates must adhere. As a result, utilizing the most appropriate rate for each unique application is vital to achieving maximum performance from structural steel products.
Structural steel plates have a range of uses and properties that make them indispensable for many construction, engineering and fabrication projects. The strong alloy allows for flexibility, so shapes can be customized to each project’s needs. Structural steel has high corrosion resistance and is easy to maintain. This makes the plates extraordinarily versatile and suitable for indoor or outdoor applications. It stands up to extreme temperatures without weakening, and it holds fasteners firmly in place. In addition, engineering with structural steel plates reduces cost and weight while maintaining excellent strength, thereby making these plates ideal for many building projects.
Structural Steel Plates Start From Rs. 100/Kilogram To Rs. 150/Kilogram
The Harmonized System Nomenclature (HSN) code for structural steel plates is 7225.
Structural steel plates are not magnetic. This is because the alloy used to create these plates does not contain any magnetic elements such as iron or cobalt. However, these plates may still be exposed to a magnetic field which can cause them to be slightly attracted by magnets.
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