ASTM A612 Carbon Steel for Pressure Vessel

ASTM A612 Carbon Steel for Pressure Vessel

ASTM A612 steel(ASME SA612 ) is a kind of killed carbon-manganese-silicon steel plates intended for welded pressure vessels in service at moderate and lower temperatures.

ASTM A612 steel(ASME SA612 ) is a kind of killed carbon-manganese-silicon steel plates intended for welded pressure vessels in service at moderate and lower temperatures.
For ASTM A612 plates produced from coil and furnished without heat treatment or with stress relieving only, the additional requirements, including additional testing requirements and the reporting of additional test results, of Specification A20/A20M apply.

ASTM A612 Steel Equivalent
Chemical Requirements for ASTM A612 Carbon Steel(%)

Grade C max Si Mn Pmax S max
ASTM A612 0.29 0.13-0.55 0.92-1.62 0.035 0.025
Tensile Requirements for ASTM A612 Carbon Steel
Grade Tensile Strength(MPa) Yield Strength(MPa)min % Elongation in 2 in.(50mm) min Impacting Test  Temperature(°C)
ASTM A612 560-725 345 16 -20,40,-60

ASTM A612 Carbon Steel Plates Specification

Standard: ASTM A612 
A612 Steel Plate Size Range
Thickness: 6mm to 150mm
Length: 3000mm to 15000mm
Width: 1500mm to 4050mm
A612 plate processing: Shot blasting, cutting, welding, drilling, grinding, testing
Heat treatment: rolled/ normalized/N+T/QT
Certificate: Issued Orginal Mill test certificate under EN 10204 FORMAT 3.1/3.2
Delivery Condition: As Rolled, Normalized Rolling, Furnace Normalizing, Vacuum Degassing, Simulated Post-Weld Heat Treatment or as per customer requirement.
Application: steel boiler plate, high temperature pressure vessel plate
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