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Clad Steel Plate
Hybrid steel plates that combine corrosion
resistance and strength
Clad steel plate is a composite steel plate made by bonding stainless steel, etc. (cladding material) to either or both sides of a carbon steel or low-alloy steel (base metal). Clad steel plate combines the necessary strength of a structural material (base metal) with the resistance to heat and corrosion (cladding material). Moreover, it offers substantial economic benefit, because it costs substantially less than plate made entirely of the cladding material. JFE Steel manufactures its clad steel plate by rolling.
- Wide variety of base metal-cladding material combinations
- Excellent bonding characteristics and stable performance
- Available in wider and longer dimensions
- Excellent dimensional accuracy
Clad Steel Plate Standards
Applicable Clad Steel Plate Standards
Applicable standards are generally as listed below.
|JIS G 3601||Stainless Clad Steels|
|JIS G 3602||Nickel and Nickel Alloy Clad Steels|
|JIS G 3603||Titanium Clad Steels|
|ASTM A263||"Standard Specification for Stainless Chromium SteelClad Plate"|
|ASME SA-263||"SPECIFICATION FOR STAINLESS CHROMIUM STEELCLAD PLATE"|
|ASTM A264||"Specification for Stainless Chromium-Nickel SteelClad Plate"|
|ASME SA-264||"SPECIFICATION FOR STAINLESS CHROMIUMNICKEL STEEL-CLAD PLATE"|
Base Metals and Cladding Materials
G3101 Rolled steels for general structure (SS400)
G3106 Rolled steels for welded structure (SM400, 490)
G3103 Carbon Steel and Molybdenum Alloy Steel Plates
for Boilers and Other Pressure Vessels (SB410)
G3115 Steel plates for pressure vessels for intermediate
temperature service (SPV235, 315, 355)
G3118 Carbon steel plates for pressure vessels for intermediate
and moderate temperature service (SGV410, 450, 480)
G4109 Chromium-molybdenum alloy steel plates for boilers
and pressure vessels (SCMV2, 3, 4)
Structural carbon steel plate: A36, A283, SA-36, SA-283, etc.
Pressure vessel use carbon steel plate: A516, A285, SA-516, SA285
Pressure vessel use low-alloy steel plate: A387, SA-387, etc.
Other standards to which JFE currently produces steel plates, such as,
BS, JIS, ASTM, ASME, various ship classification society standards
and JFE specifications, are also applicable.
Nickel and nickel alloys