Steels with High Strength

The range of high strength steels from Pressure Vessel Steel is designed to promote excellent high yield characteristics which in turn offer an extremely cost effective option for buyers. In numerous cases, the use of high strength steel will lower the volume of material needed in a project, while maintaining the quality and safety of the installation since it enables the customer to reduce the thickness of the material.

high strength steels

Besides offering high strength, Pressure Vessel Steel’s products also offer excellent impact resistance with excellent formability. Pressure Vessel Steel can provide high strength steel with a tensile strength of up to 1300 MPa (see section on high yield steel). The company’s stock range comes in heavy plates and sheets.

Pressure Vessel Steel offers a wide range of high strength low alloy steel products, which are available for shipping to its customers across the world.

These products include:

  • High Yield Steel
  • Armor Plate Steel
  • Abrasion Resistant Steel

Abrasion Resistant Steel

A selection of high-strength, wear-resistant steels of different Brinell Hardness, which can enhance the product life up to 5 times more than using standard structural steel products.

Armor Plate Steel

Steels engineered especially to guard against ballistic projectiles and explosive blasts. Armor plate steel is used widely in the production of armored door/window frames, walls, and vehicles.

High Yield Steel

Quench and tempered structural steel hold various applications including the production of steel framed buildings, heavy industrial cranes and heavy transport.

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