LAMINATED CORTEN STEEL A®
Thanks to the alloys that contribute to the creation of a permanent superficial and self-regenerating protective layer in a brown color, corten® steel, in addition to excellent mechanical resistance, also adds high resistance to corrosion caused by exposure to atmospheric elements, up to 8 times greater than normal structural steel.
The exceptional strength under stress and the tenacity of these high strength steel plates allow for use of thicknesses that are significantly less than those in standard steel sheets with the same results.
The use of these special steels therefore translates into lighter weight, increased capacities, more efficient management and longer duration of products.
Thanks to its high chemical purity and fine-grained microstructure, low alloy steel has good resistance to fatigue, high tenacity, excellent welding quality and high resistance to stress that when cold processing steel results in better performance in respect to structural steel (also known as construction steel).
The quality of quenched steel C45 with high resistance to loads, blows and fatigue, represents an excellent compromise between tenacity and resilience. Among quenched steels, tempered steel 30MnB5 is highly valued for its ability to be formed as soon as it is supplied and its excellent hardness after quenching and tempering.
DD11 pickled and oiled
Structural steel, commonly known as construction steel, is the most common of the various types of steel and is used above all in the civil engineering sector, for machinery in general and for mechanical constructions. It is especially suitable for resisting static stress, and is therefore used often in these important sectors.