S355ML TMCP Steel Plates to EN10028-4

Samuel Becket Bridge in Dublin made from 120mm S355ML

Samuel Becket Bridge in Dublin made from 120 mm S355ML

S355ML is a thermomechanical rolled weldable fine grain structural steel to EN10025-4. This means that it has the ability to provide high strength at low temperatures. As a result it is used in a wide range of applications, from bridges where weight needs to be minimised, to oil and gas structures  in the far north of siberia which have to cope with average annual temperatures of below freezing.

S355ML Plates in Stock

We have a large stock of S355ML from 10 – 100 mm. Plate thicknesses are according to our standard range of thicknesses – 2m, 2.5 and 3m wide. Plates are available up to 12 metres in length. Like all our plates we focus on delivering some of the thickest pates available. Our 100m S355ML plates are no exception and are some of the thickest available from stock worldwide. We also have a lot of them and are able to deliver  on an ex-stock basis well over 500MT

On an ex-mill basis we can deliver up to 105mm (thicker with special agreement) with a maximum plate width of 4.3 metres and length of 28 metres (though not all at the same time) from Dillinger Hutte.

These TM plates are ideal or applications where improved notch toughness is important as they have been tested at lower temperatures compared to the S355M plates. Yield strength is 355 MPa at low thicknesses and falls – according to EN10025-4 – as the plate thickness increases . S355ML plates can be delivered to customers all across Asia by either container or conventional vessel on a CIF basis.

S355ML Physical &  Chemical Characteristics

Structural Steel Chemical Composition

GradeStandardNumberC (max) <40C (max) > 40mmSiMnPSNbVAlTiCrNiMoNCu
S235JR+NEN10025-2:20041.00380.190.23-1.50.0450.0450.0140.60
S355J2+NEN10025-2:20041.05770.230.240.551.70.0350.035-0.60
S355K2+NEN10025-2:20041.05960.230.240.551.70.0350.035-0.60
S355NEN10025-3:20041.05450.220.220.550.85 to 1.750.0350.0300.060.140.0150.060.350.550.130.0170.60
S355NLEN10025-3:20041.05460.200.200.550.85 to 1.750.0300.0250.060.140.0150.060.350.550.130.170.60
S460NEN10025-3:20041.89010.220.220.650.95 to 1.800.0350.0300.060.220.0150.060.350.850.130.0270.60
S460NLEN10025-3:20041.89030.220.220.650.95 to 1.800.0300.0250.060.220.0150.060.350.850.130.0270.60
S355MEN10025-4:20041.88230.160.160.551.70.0350.0300.060.120.0150.060.350.550.130.0270.60
S355MLEN10025-4:20041.88340.160.160.551.70.0300.0250.060.120.0150.060.350.550.130.0270.60
S460MLEN10025-4:20041.88380.180.180.651.80.0300.0250.060.140.0150.060.350.850.230.0270.60
This table provides the main features of the chemical composition of different grades as required by the relevant standards. It is not complete as we have not included many of the minor use cases. These may have a major impact in your application so please use this for reference purposes only and refer to your original and upto date copy of the relevant standard

Mechanical Properties of Structural Steel Grades

Steel GradeStandardNumberTensile Strength 3 to 100mmTensile Strength 100<400mmYield Strength
<16mm16-40mm40-63mm63-80mm80-100mm100-150mm150-200mm200-250mm250-400mmMinimum Elongation (3-40mm)CVN TemperatureCVN Energy
S235JR+NEN10025-2:20041.0038360 to 510340 to 5002352252152152151951851752620C27J
S355J2+NEN10025-2:20041.0577470 to 630450 to 60035534533532531529528527526522-20C27J
355K2+NEN10025-2:20041.0596470 to 630450 to 60035534533532531529528527526520-20C40J
S355NEN10025-3:20041.0545470 to 630450 to 6003553453353253152952855222-20C40J
S355NLEN10025-3:20041.0546470 to 630450 to 60035534533532531529528522-20C47J
S460NEN10025-3:20041.8901540 to 720530 to 71046044043041040038037017-20C40J
S460NLEN10025-3:20041.8903540 to 720530 to 71046044043041040038037017-20C47J
S355MEN10025-4:20041.8823440 to 630430 to 59035534533532532532022-20C40J
S355MLEN10025-4:20041.8834440 to 630430 to 59035534533532532532022-20C40J
S460MLEN10025-4:20041.8838500 to 680490 to 66046044043041040038517-20C40J
This table provides the main features of the mechanical properties of different offshore grades as required by the relevant standards. It is not complete as we have not included many of the minor use cases. These may have a major impact in your application so please use this for reference purposes only and refer to an original and upto date copy of the relevant standard.

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