Welcome to BBN High Strength Steels Factory
Unlike general steel manufactures, other than regular fresh production, we also have huge stocks. What is more, we offer cutting, welding, drilling, bending, etc. deep processing for the steel materials. That enable us to meets various S460QL1 material specification steel sizes and shapes requirements of clients.So, if you have any steel demands, or steel processing needs, please do not hesitate to contact with us. We will try our best to make you stisfied.
Advantages of S460QL1 material specification: 1. Steel purity: Wugang can produce high purity molten steel with P 0.010%, S 0.005%, N70ppm, O15ppm, H2ppm, and 20ppm total inclusions in the steel. 2. Good toughness and weldability. 3. The heat treatment technology: normalizing, quenching, tempering, tempering and other heat treatment processing can be carried out on the steel plate as required. 4. Significantly improve the plasticity and impact toughness of steel, and improve the anisotropy of steel.
In order to easily and economically perform hot or cold processing to make various parts of engineering structures, the low alloy high strength steel must have appropriate forming properties. Like S460QL1 material specification, carbon structural steel, low alloy high strength steel can generally be processed in such way, as well as cutting, punching, and machining. Although the yield point of low alloy high strength steel is high, even if the forming operation is deformed quite severely, cold bending presses, drawing machines, presses and other equipment used for carbon structural steel forming can also be used for low alloy high strength steel, but some equipment needs to be modified.
Advantages of hot rolling: hot rolling can destroy the casting structure of ingot, refine the grain of steel and eliminate the defects of microstructure, so that the steel structure is dense and the mechanical properties are improved. This improvement is mainly reflected in the rolling direction, so that the S460QL1 material specification steel is no longer isotropic to some extent; the bubbles, cracks and looseness formed during pouring can also be welded under the action of high temperature and pressure.