Carbon A572 (ASTM A572) is a low alloy, high strength steel, popular for its strength. With a better strength to weight ratio, A572 steel is a natural step up from A36 when more strength is needed. The increased strength of A572 plate does not compromise the steels ductility and weldability. A572 plate can therefore be formed, welded, and machined.
A572 Grade 42, 50, 55, 60, 65 Steel Plates Leeco Steel, LLCMaterial Properties The following material properties are ASTM specifications and will be confirmed on the Mill Test Report. Grade Yield Point (ksi) Tensile Strength (ksi) Min. 8" Elongation % 42 42 60 20 50 50 65 18 55 55 70 17 60 60 75 16 65 65 80 15 Chemical Composition The following composition properties are ASTM specifications for the A572 grades. Grade 42 + Grade 42 Carbon max 0.21%
A572 Plate Universal Steel stocks A572-50 from 3/16 thick up to 4 thick, and A572-42 above 4 thick up to 6 thick. A572 is used in structural applications where strength and notch toughness are more critical than the general A36 requirements.
A572 Structural, Carbon & HSLA Steel Plate - Chapel SteelASTM A572 A high-strength low-alloy steel plate that is utilized in a variety of structural applications. This specification is produced in Grades 42, 50, 55, 60 & 65, the grades representing the yield strength. Plates that are 4 and thicker are made to a 42 KSI yield, although material can be modified to reach the 50 KSI min yield.
A709 Structural, Carbon & HSLA Steel Plate - Chapel SteelA high-strength, low-alloy structural steel plate utilized primarily in the manufacture of bridges. Chapel Steel stocks A709 Grade 36, A709 Grade 50 and A709 Grade 50W. These grades are often specified with Charpy tests referencing the specific zone or lowest anticipated service temperature.
1.1 This specification covers five grades of high-strength low-alloy structural steel shapes, plates, sheet piling, and bars. Grades 42 , 50 , and 55  are intended for riveted, bolted, or welded structures. Grades 60  and 65  are intended for riveted or bolted construction of bridges, or for riveted, bolted, or welded construction in other applications.
ASTM A572 Steel, grade 50 - MatWebASTM A572 Steel, grade 50, High-strength low-alloy steel, structural quality varies with plate thickness; Sulfur, S :Property Data; This page displays only the text of a material data sheet. To see MatWeb's complete data sheet for this material (including material property data, metal compositions, material suppliers, etc), please click
Metric Plate A572 GR50 Carbon Steel Metric MetalNorth America's largest supplier of A572 GR50 carbon steel metric plates.
Product Guide - Steel Plate (contd) Form 1254 3/16/05 (Reprinted 5/27/15) Page 3 of 4 OVERVIEW Cold Reduced Plate Higher in quality (surface, flatness and shape). Maintains flatness after shearing, burning, or laser cutting and lower in cost. Flatness Defect Causes
SPECIFICATIONS - DEL METALSTo assist our customers we have compiled the following data sheets which provide technical 350W 50W A572 Gr.50 2 & HSS 40 1 1/2 16 5/8 380W* 55W* A572 Gr.55 HSS - - 16 5/8 400W 60W A572 Gr.60 1 20 3/4 - - Quenched and Tempered Low Alloy Steel Plate. Steels of this type display a
Steel Grades (HR) - ArcelorMittal - Steel Sheet PilesMar 22, 2020 · For steel grades of cold formed sheet piles, see link below. Special steel grades such as S 460 AP as per internal mill specification, American ASTM A572 steel grades, steels with improved corrosion resistance, such as AMLoCor ® and ASTM A690 , or steels with copper addition in accordance with EN 10248 Part 1, Chapter 10.4, can be supplied
Carbon Steel:A36, A572 GR 50, A588 (Corten type), 1045, A516 GR 70, A514 T-1 Carbon Alloy:4130, 4140, 4340 Abrasion Resistant:AR400, AR500 Other Grades:33Max, A285 GR C, A515 GR 70, ABS Grades, & AR360 Common Size Ranges Thickness Width Length 3/16 8 36 to 120 96 to 480 Can cut to size. Steel Plate Catalog Commercial ASTM A572 Steel Plate - A572 Grade 42, 50, 55, 60, 65 ASTM A572 is Recommended for ASTM A572 steel plate is made of ASTM AA572, a High-Strength Low-Alloy, Columbium-Vanadium Structural Steel. There are five grades of high-strength low-alloy structural steel shapes, plates, sheet piling, and bars. Grades 42, 50, and 55 are best for riveted, bolted, or welded structures.