P265GH Pressure Vessel Steel

P265GH is a weldable pressure vessel and boiler steel grade used by the world's industrial fabricators.

The material, which is ideally suited for elevated temperature service, is commonly found in the oil & gas, petrochemical and chemical industry. This European standard grade steel has replaced the BS1501 and DIN17155 specification.

As one of the world's leading steel stockholders, Masteel UK Limited offer grade P265GH from stock at our steel warehouse in Birmingham, UK, and is available for shipping worldwide. The material comes with mill test certification and stamping and is therefore fully traceable. Like the majority of our steels, grade P265GH can be subjected to a variety of stringent tests prior to distribution.

The technical specifications of P265GH are outlined in the tables below.

P235GH - Chemical Composition

The chemical composition of P265GH is given in the table below.

Table 1: Chemical Composition of EN 10028 P265GH

Element

% by mass

Element

% by mass

Carbon (C)

≤0.20

Silicon (Si)

≤0.40

Manganese (Mn)

0.80 to 1.40

Phosphorous (P) (max)

0.025

Sulphur (S) (max)

0.015

Aluminium (Al)

≤0.020

Nitrogen (N)

≤0.012

Chromium (Cr)

≤0.30

Copper (Cu)

≤0.30

Molybdenum (Mo)

≤0.08

Niobium (Nb)

≤0.020

Nickel (Ni)

≤0.30

Titanium (Ti) (max)

0.03

Vanadium (V)

≤0.02

The combined quantities of Chromium, Copper and Molybdenum should not exceed 0.70%

 

P235GH - Mechanical Properties

The mechanical properties of P265GH are mentioned in the table below.

Table 2: Mechanical Properties of EN 10028 P265GH

Grade

Type

Thickness
(mm)

Yield Strength
MPa (min)

Tensile Strength
MPa

Elongation
% (min)

Impact Energy
(KV J) (min)

-20°

+20°

P265GH

Normalized

≤16

265

410 to 530

22

27

34

40

 

 

16> to ≤40

255

410 to 530

22

27

34

40

 

 

40> to ≤60

245

410 to 530

22

27

34

40

 

 

60> to ≤100

215

410 to 530

22

27

34

40

 

 

100> to ≤150

200

400 to 530

22

27

34

40

 

 

150> to ≤250

185

390 to 530

22

27

34

40

(Please note: the technical information above is for guidance only - for exact specifications please check with Masteel)

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Masteel UK Ltd.

For more information on this source, please visit Masteel UK Ltd

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Comments

  1. Omi Bishnoi Omi Bishnoi India says:

    dear sir

    pl. provide any equivalent grade of P265GH in any indian standard

    thanking you with regards
    om prakash

    • Paul Murphy Paul Murphy United Kingdom says:

      Hi Omi,

      There is no direct equivalent.
      Nearest is approximately:
      IS 2002 Garde 1 or Grade 2A or Grade 2B
      Client should chose whichever is best for his application.

      Hope this helps.

  2. Cem SAYIN Cem SAYIN Turkey says:

    What is the yield strength of P235GH at -25 C?

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