Item Code: STF-002
We Exporters & Supply MS PLATE in India. Our Mild Steel Plates are widely used in the making of large diameter pipes, railway wagons, pressure vessels, ships and so on. Our mild steel plates are available in various width ranges from 100 mm to 5000 mm and thickness ranges starting from 5.0 mm to 100 mm. Use of 100 % pure stainless steel ensures the durability of our Hot Rolled Mild Steel Plates. Raw materials are sourced from the reckoned manufacturers such as Steel Authority of India, Essar Steel, VISL Alloy Steel, JSPL, Lyods Steel, JSW etc.
|Minimum Order Quantity||2 Kilogram|
|Steel Grade||SS409 L, SS304 L, SS316 L|
|Grade||202, J4, 304, 316, 310|
|Surface Treatment||Coated, Painted|
We offer premium quality Die Steel, which is also known as 'tool steel'. The supply for this steel comes from tested and trusted vendors. Available in customized forms, we can offer these in forms like wires, sheets, and rods. Stringent tests are conducted on it in order to ensure strength and corrosion resistance. Die Steel has high chromium content and can be utilized for following purposes:
We are successfully exporting a comprehensive range of Abrasion Resistant Steel plates which is at par with the set industry standards. Owing to their dimensional accuracy, sturdy structure, durability and high tensile strength, these are wide in demand in different segments. Easy to install, wear & corrosion resistant and maintenance free, these Abrasion Resistant Steel plates can be availed by customers at nominal prices.
For many years differential pressure types of flowmeters have been the most widely applied flow rate measuring device for fluid flows in pipes that require accurate measurement at reasonable cost. Although a number of different types of flow rate-measuring devices are now available, the differential pressure type of flowmeter still makes up the largest segment of the total flow measurement market.
This type of device has a flow restriction in the line that causes a differential pressure or "head" to be developed between the two measure-ment locations. Differential pressure flowmeters are also known as head meters, and, of all the head meters, the orifice flowmeter is the most widely applied device. Italian physicist Giovanni B. Venturi (1746-1822) in 1797 performed the first recorded work that used orifices for the measurement of fluid flows.