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The rise and fall of EN 10025 S620QL high strength steel, steel pipe price will be affected by many factors, such as market demand. If the construction of real estate industry, basic road construction and so on industries is booming, the sales volume of steel pipes will be very good, and the market supply will gradually increase. The market demand has a very important guiding significance for EN 10025 S620QL high strength steel, steel pipe manufacturers, dealers and agents in many regions.
EN 10025 S620QL high strength steel, low alloy high strength steel can meet the requirements of various structures (such as large bridges, pressure vessels, ships, etc.) in engineering. At the same time, it is required to reduce the weight of the structure, improve the reliability and save materials and resources. Low alloy high strength steel is mainly used to manufacture various engineering structures with high strength requirements, such as bridges, ships, vehicles, high pressure vessels, oil and gas pipelines, large steel structures, etc. Because low alloy high strength steel can obtain high strength without complicated treatment process or even heat treatment, the quality of engineering structure is greatly reduced. Therefore, low alloy high strength steel is commonly used to replace the general carbon structural steel.
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The sulfur element (S element) comes from the ore and fuel coke of steelmaking. It is a harmful element in EN 10025 S620QL high strength steel etc. steel. Sulfur exists in steel in the form of iron sulfide (FeS). FeS and Fe form a low melting point (985℃) compound. The hot working temperature of steel is generally above 1150 - 1200℃, so when the steel is hot working, the premature melting of FeS compound causes the workpiece to crack, which is called "hot brittleness". It reduces ductility and toughness of steel and causes cracks during forging and rolling. Sulfur is also detrimental to welding performance and reduces corrosion resistance.