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ABS DH36N hot rolled flat steel plates mills in China

Shipbuilding steel  plate is a kind of steel plate used in shipbuilding, including thin plates and medium-thick plates. The China Classification Society rules divide steel plates into "ABDE" four quality levels, namely CCSA, CCSB, CCSD, and CCSE. There are many main materials for ship plates, such as AB DH36N flat steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, shipbuilding steel plates, wooden ship plates, etc. Each material is used in different places.

Generally, those large cargo ships at sea use stainless steel plates. Otherwise, if the ship plates rust, it will not only pollute the sea but also affect the ship itself.

Laser cutting AB DH36N flat steel has no burr, wrinkle and precision is high. It is superior to plasma cutting. Laser cutting has good cutting quality, narrow cutting width (generally 0.1-0.5m m), high accuracy (generally 0.1-0.4mm hole center distance error, 0.1-0.5mm contour dimension error), good surface roughness (generally Ra is 12.5-25μm), and the AB DH36N flat steel cutting seam can be welded without further processing. Fast cutting speed: for example, with 2kW laser power, the cutting speed of 8mm thick carbon steel is 1.6m/min.

Our company's logistics breaks through the perspective that the center of transportation service is ability, and emphasizes that the purpose of transportation service is customer first. Customer demand determines the content and mode of transportation service, while production is often small batch, diversified and consumer demand tends to be diversified. In the case of personalization, our logistics service also provides personalized service projects.

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