Alloy plate means that with the development of science and technology and industry, higher requirements are put forward on materials, such as higher strength, resistance to high temperature, high pressure, low temperature, corrosion resistance, abrasion and other special physical and chemical properties. Steel can no longer fully meet the requirements, so alloy steel plates have appeared, such as bridge plates, container plates, ship plates, and wear plates.
Alloy steel is often used in the production of ships, vehicle containers, and blast furnace tanks. It is widely used in manufacturing industries such as bridges, construction, machinery, and pressure vessels.