T1 Steel Plate | Coremark Metals

T1 Steel Plate

Click to Enlarge
This is description text
Item Selection
1) Select Thickness:
2) {{sizeText}}
Please Select your Custom Width Below.
Please Select your Custom Length Below.
3) Select Your Cut:
  • Selected Width = {{widTotal}}"
  • Selected Length = {{lenTotal}}"
  • Each Weight = {{displayWeight}} lbs
Each Price: ${{Number(displayPrice).toFixed(2).toLocaleString()}}
Please Call for Pricing
Quantity:
This Item is Temporarily Out of Stock
Notify Me when Back in Stock
Please Call for Pricing on this Product
For larger quantity orders, please contact one of our Account Managers.
Pricing is subject to change. In-store pricing may vary from online pricing.

Description

A514 T1 steel plate is a good candidate for some processing techniques, including welding. Characterized by a rough, rust scale finish, T1 steel plates are intended for impact and abrasive resistance applications such as structural support and machinery equipment. ASTM A514 is the standard specification for high yield, quenched and tempered alloy steel plate.

Features

ASTM

ASTM A514

Alloy

T1

Characteristics

T1
High strength. Excellent welding and wear resistance. Fair machining and grinding. Poor forming.

Specifications

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Element Percentage
C 0.62 - 0.8
Mn 0.10 - 0.40
P 0.3
S 0.3
Si 0.20 - 0.40
Cr 3.75
V 0.90 - 1.30
Mo n/a
W 17.25 - 18.75
Co n/a

 

MECHANICAL INFORMATION

  Imperial Metric
Density 0.313 lb/in3 8.67 g/cc
Ultimate Tensile Strength 110,000 - 130,000psi 758 - 896 MPa
Yield Tensile Strength 100,000psi 689 MPa
Shear Strength 11.600psi 80 MPa
Melting Point 2,590 - 2,670°F 1,420 - 1,460°C

 

Hardness Brinell 235 - 293
The provided chemical compositions and mechanical properties are general approximations. Please contact our Customer Service Department for material test reports.
Contact Us

Available Sizes

AVAILABLE SIZES

Thickness Width Length Weight
(lbs/ft)
1/4" 48.00" 120.00" 10.210
1/2" 48.00" 96.00" 20.420
1" 48.00" 120.00" 40.840
2" 48.00" 120.00" 81.680


 

Back to Top