EN standard S355J2WP weather-resistant is a hot-rolled steel plate that is resistant to atmoSPHEric corrosion. The main alloying elements of S355J2WP steel are chromium-nickel and copper, and phosphorus is added to make it have excellent self-protection properties. As the S355J2WP steel reacts with elements in the atmosphere, the material develops a layer of rust over time, essentially protecting the S355J2WP steel from corrosion.
EN 10155: Structural steels with improved resistance to atmospheric corrosion
Mechanical properties of EN standard S355J2WP steel plate
Tensile Strength (MPa): 510-680 Yield Strength (MPa): 345% Elongation (2 inches (50 mm) min): 20 Impact Test Temperature (°C): -20
Application of EN standard S355J2WP steel plate
EN standard S355J2WP weather-resistant steel plate is widely used in buildings, chimneys, sculptures, trains, containers, bridges, etc.
EN standard S355J2WP steel plate specification
Thickness ≤ 150mm
Delivery status of EN standard S355J2WP steel plate: HR / hot rolled, N, AR, M
Available shapes of EN standard S355J2WP steel plates
S355J2WP steel strip, S355J2WP steel coil, S355J2WP steel plate, and S355J2WP steel plate are available.
Features of EN standard S355J2WP steel plate
EN standard S355J2WP weather-resistant steel plate contains copper, chromium, and nickel alloy elements with corrosion resistance. The surface of EN standard S355J2WP weathering steel plate can form a dark brown oxide layer, inhibiting deeper penetration due to atmospheric corrosion.
Therefore, S355J2WP steel can reduce the cost of painting and expensive anti-rust maintenance for many years.
EN Standard S355J2WP weather-resistant steel plates are available in a wide range of shapes, thicknesses, and sizes. Welcome to send RFQ to Bebon steel.