EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods surface cracks refer to the linear cracks on the surface of EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods, which should generally be the same as the forging or rolling direction. Formation reason: it is mainly due to the hairline, hot crack and cold crack caused by surface over burning, decarburization, looseness, deformation and excessive internal stress during processing (forging, rolling, heat treatment, quenching and tempering), as well as the high content of sulfur and phosphorus impurities on the surface. Inspection method: EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods surface cracks can be detected by naked eye observation, acid pickling, magnetic particle inspection, coloring inspection and metallographic method.
What is the specific use of EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods, hot rolled plate in daily life? First of all, hot rolled plate is used in bridge, vehicle structure, frame and other fields to play a role of bearing pressure. Secondly, high pressure boiler vessels are also made of hot rolled plates, which can be heat-resistant and airtight, and can stably seal the hot gas in the container. Thirdly, stainless steel hot rolled plate can be used to process hardware products. It has excellent corrosion resistance, and is easy for processing.
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Myanmar's demand for EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods steel products is likely to exceed 3 million tons in 2020 and 5 million tons by 2025, according to seaisi. However, Myanmar's producers are unable to meet domestic demand, so the country's steel products are more dependent on imports. In 2019, Myanmar imported more than 1.9 million tons of EN 10028 P355ML1 steel test methods finished steel, including 57% of long products, 13% of uncoated hot-rolled and cold-rolled flat products, and 30% of coated steel. In order to reduce its dependence on imports, Myanmar plans to increase its steel production capacity by building and expanding steel mills.