Alloy Steel Plates are steel these are alloyed with a different elements in overall quantities among 1.0% and 50% by weight to enhance its mechanical properties. Alloy steels have to type which is low-alloy steels and high-alloy steels. The difference between the two is relatively arbitrary.
Alloy steel plates are defined as steel plates with a definite range or definite minimum quantity of additional elements, depending on the alloy.
GB/T1591-94: High strength low alloy structural steels.
GB/T16270: Carbon and Low-alloy High-strength Steel Plate.
JIS G3106: High Strength Structural Steel Plate used in Construction of Bridges, Highway Construction and Other Engineering construction.
JIS G3101: high strength steel sheet used in building ship, bridge.
DIN 17100: Steel sheet under EN standard which is used to build ship, bridge, belongs to high strength sheet.
DIN 17102: High strength steel sheet in production of reactor, heat exchangers, separator, cans, gas tank, nuclear reactor pressure vessel, boiler, etc.
ASTM A572M: High-Strength Low-Alloy Columbium-Vanadium Structural Steel.
ASTM A633M : High-strength low-alloy structural steel plates for welded, riveted, or bolted construction.
EN10025: Hot rolled products of structural steels.
EN10113: Hot-rolled products in weldable fine grain structural steels.
Standard export package with alloy steel strip, loaded into container with wooden, or as required.
The inner size of container is below:
20ft GP: 5.8m (length) x 2.13m (width) x 2.18m (high) about 24-26CBM, 23MTS
40ft GP: 11.8m (length) x 2.13m (width) x 2.18m (high) about 54CBM, 27MTS
40ft HG: 11.8m (length) x 2.13m (width) x 2.72m (high) about 68CBM, 27MTS