Marcegaglia Plates: discover the brand-new catalogues dedicated to structural, pressure, quenching&tempering and case hardening steels
In a few days, the landmark event for the steel flat products’ industry is opening its doors: on the next October 25th, the 24th edition of the German exhibition EuroBLECH is starting. On the occasion, Marcegaglia Plates, the company dedicated to the production of heavy quarto plates, presents its new catalogues dedicated to structural and pressure purposes plus the full range of quenching&tempering and case hardening steels: 3 brochures full of technical data, feasibility, chemical and mechanical properties and much more for each sector.
With regard to structural steels, Marcegaglia Plates complies with the manufacturing standards set out in EN 10025-2, EN 10025-3 and EN 10025-5 and the provisions of European Regulation no. 305/2011/EU on construction products (certification no. 0474-CPR-0067). These steels are amongst the market's best-selling products, thanks to their versatility, which makes them suitable for a wide variety of uses, from residential to industrial buildings and from energy to major infrastructure projects.
Marcegaglia Plates pressure vessel steels meet the European manufacturing standards outlined in EN 10028-2 and EN 10028-3, as well as ASTM A516 and A537 Class 1 standards. These special steels are suitable for those applications in which a pressurised system will be exposed to various temperatures, be they ambient temperature or high temperature. The Marcegaglia Plates product range is certified by TÜV RHEINLAND, no. 01 202 I/Q-10 8279.
Within the quenching&tempering and case hardening steels, Marcegaglia Plates complies with the manufacturing standards set out in EN 10083-2, EN 10083-3 e EN 10084. Steels for quenching and tempering are mainly used further to a quenching and tempering process (hardening followed by tempering at around 600°C) at controlled temperatures, which gives the steel tensile, impact and fatigue strength while at the same time delivering the right compromise between tenacity and resilience. They are therefore widely used in mechanical engineering for the manufacture of dies and presses, drive shafts, half-shafts, rods, connecting-rods, linkages, levers, and power hammer rods to name just a few.
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Marcegaglia will attend the EuroBLECH exhibition: hall 17 • stand B34