Areas of application
Steel shipbuilding plates are used in the cabin structures of cruise ships. The especially thin but wide plates are used for such applications to offer the best processing properties such as flatness and weldability. In contrast, high-strength, thermomechanically rolled shipbuilding plates are used in offshore applications. They are used for platform superstructures or for special ships in the oil and gas industry.
Safety and quality
We guarantee the highest safety and quality standards and meet all the requirements of renowned certification companies.
- Germanischer Lloyd (GL), Germany
- Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Norway
- Registro Italiano Navale (RINA), Italy
- Bureau Veritas (BV), France
- Lloyd's Register of Shipping (LRS), Great Britain
- American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), USA
- Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS), Russia
A, B, D, E
AH 32 TM, A 32 TM, DH 32 TM, D 32 TM, EH 32 TM, E 32 TM
AH 36 TM, A 36 TM, DH 36 TM, D 36 TM, EH 36 TM, E 36 TM
5–150 mm max. (dependent on width and steel grade)
3,950 mm max. (dependent on thickness and steel grade)
18,700 mm max. (dependent on thickness and steel grade)
At least 2 tons per line item
11.7 tons max.