0.4mm/0.45mm/0.47mm/0.5mm Pre-Painted galvanized Steel Roofing Sheet PPGI
Painting: Polyester(PE) PVDF
Standard: ASTM, JIS,AISI, GB
Width: 914mm,1000mm, 1200mm, 1250mm, 1500mm or as your request
Zinc coating: 40-250g/m2
Color: Ral code or as the client request
Packing: wooden with the waterproof paper
Delivery: 4 weeks
MOQ: 5tons or negotiable
1) Refrigerator, washer, switch cabinet, instrument cabinet, air conditioning, micro-wave oven, bread maker
2) Exterior applications such as: Wall cladding, facades, roofs and canopies, tunnels, column covers or renovations
3) Interior applications such as: Wall cladding, ceilings, bathrooms, kitchens and balconies
PPGI / PPGL (PCM)
Thickness of Base Metal
Polyester(PE) PVDF epoxy
PE protective film
Ral code or as the client request
Degreasing and chemical treatment
Coating Hardness (pencil resistance)
More than 100
Coil: Width≤2000mm,N.W≤5T,Inner Diameter: φ408mm φ505 φ508
Home appliance: Refrigerator shutter & side panels, Washer, Freezers, Air conditions, Rice Cooker, Microwave Ovens, Water Heaters, Sterilization Cabinets, Range Hoods Computer Panels , DVD/DVB panels, TV back panel etc.
Teaching Board: whiteboard, blackboard, greenboard(chalk board).
1.Do you have QC teams?
Yeah, sure, our QC team is very important, they will keep the quality control for our products.
2.Are the products tested before shipping?
Yes, all of our PPGI and GI was qualified before shipping. We test every batch every day.
3. Is the sample available?
Yes, samples can be sent for test if you need.
4. What's your normal delivery time?
Our delivery time about 10-20days for standard sizes, if you have other requirements like hardness and width ,it is about 20-40days. But don't worry ,we also try our best for the delivery time ,because time longer and our cost is higher.
- Q:steel or aluminum? I'm looking to try a steel mtb for first time?
- Depending on the price, aluminum may be as heavy or heavier than steel... don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Keep in mind that with age aluminum will eventually break from stress while steel will never fail due solely to riding stresses. In all, it is up to you. I ride steel or magnesium road bikes and aluminum or magnesium MTBs.
- Q:Titanium or Tool Steel?
- I would have to say titanium , but in doing so I am having to assume you have access to some very serious machinery.This is because Ti is extremely difficult to work and also work hardens, which could lead to cracking and failure.The other problem is that Ti is also very hard to weld .It seems tool steel is the choice for ease of working and weldability, so unless you can buy the bits you need precut or made then I'd say tool steel,preferably something along the lines of ramax.Your other option is spring steel as this is workable and gets hardened after shaping.
- Q:Stainless steel versus plastic bowls?
- Personally I use stainless steel for my own dogs because ti is easy to keep clean, and doesn't weigh too much when I am carrying 3 large bowls full of food. Plus when I drop them they don't break. The only reason I don't use plastic is because my dogs like to chew anything plastic :P I use plastic for my foster cats and foster puppies and have never had any sort of infection. Personally I think that is some sort of myth as I have never known anyone's pet to get an infection from a plastic bowl. As long as you keep them clean, plastic or stainless are both fine
- Q:Mild Steel?!?
- Without it, you would not have many of the things that you enjoy today. Just think, no cannons, unless they were made of bronze, but that requires mining as well. No computers, no cars, no skate boards, no tall buildings, no pots and pans, no bath tubs, no factories to build things that are made out of non-metallic materials. No stereos, no TVs, no eating utensils, just think, you would have to eat like the Japanese do with bowls and your fingers. In short, just about everything around you is some how made with steel. If you are against steel and feel that it's impact on the ecology of the world is to great, what would you be willing to give up? Your car, ipod, computer, stereo, bed-everything about it uses steel in 0one way or another. Your Cd's, DVDs, just what would you want to give up because, yuck, it was made with steel equipment, or to some extent, made from steel.
- Q:Is VG-1 Stainless Steel any good in a folding knife?
- Before I answer I must let you know that I have been a knife collector for 17 years, and have a great assortment of specialty and antique folding knives. As for your question, I wouldn't worry too much about it. The first answerer is very knowledgeable in this category. But in the real world, the steel chemistry of folding knives will never be as important as that of fixed blades or kitchen knives. The fact that manufacturures go through great lengths to advertise their superior steel is just for sales and bragging rights. When it comes down to it, a pocketknife might be useful, but it is never the best tool for the job. It is a compomised design from the beginning. If you need to cut a steak, a steak knife will do. A box cutter works best on cardboard. A razor works best for shaving, wire cutters best for cutting wire, an axe for chopping wood...I could go on. A pocket knife is never going to perform better than the real thing ( although I do prefer the can openers on Swiss army knives than real can openers). As for self defense, minus the concealability factor, a folding knife sucks compared to a fixed blade. But if you were to pull one out during an extreme circumstance, I doubt anyone is going to be effected by the Rockwell hardness.
- Q:what is the densest type of steel alloy?
- The density of steels ranges from about 7.7 to a bit over 8.0 g/cm^3, depending on the specific type. Some of the tool steels (a group that contains alloying elements such as cobalt, molybdenum, and tungsten) and some of the stainless steels tend to be the most dense. Steels are a very large family of alloys, having in common that iron is the principal ingredient (They are iron-based, and ALL steels are mostly iron, by definition. Nickel-based superalloys such as inconel and hastelloy are therefore not steels). There are other elements present in steel - usually carbon, at a minimum. The range of carbon content for ordinary steels runs from a trace (~.1% or so) up to a maximum of 2%, theoretically, though actual carbon contents above 1% are fairly rare. Many other elements may be added to produce various types of steels having specific properties. In corrosion-resistant steels, carbon is usually present in only minute quantities, with chromium (400 series) or chromium plus nickel (300 series) being the major alloying additions. In the 400 series grades that can be hardened by heat treatment, hardening is accomplished though the combined effects of the carbon and chromium. The 300 series alloys can be hardened (and strengthened) only through cold working (strain hardening). Density has no direct relationship to tensile strength, BTW.
- Q:what effect does reducing the carbon content have on the properties of steel?
- decreasing the carbon content fabric will strengthen the ductility, which will make it greater versatile. Carbon in metallic varieties brittle cementite (iron carbide) which will strengthen the hardness and capability of metallic.
- Q:Mild Steel furniture finishing?
- Windex works the suited. makes it seem purely like a mirror. if it quite is dingy their is those products that they sell in supermarkets and motor vehicle automobile areas shops observed as brasso it gets the annoying deposits out.
- Q:drilling through stainless steel shelving.?
- As long as it turns the bit, the power, (torque), at the drill is not a factor. 1. The bit you have is probably ruined by overheating. replace it. (See 3. below). 2. Do use water or cutting oil to cool your drill bit. 3. If you're drilling more than a very small hole, start with a small pilot bit to make the first hole, then follow with the larger full size bit.
- Q:How to clean all-clad stainless steel pans?
- I have stainless steel as well. i clean them like I would with any pan. however once and a while when the bottems get kind of blackened due to spillage or flames I take one of those magic eraser things to clean them up. once every 2-3 months I polish the outsides with a nice stainless steel cleaner.
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
2. Manufacturer Certificates
|a) Certification Name
3. Manufacturer Capability
|No.of Employees in Trade Department
|No. of Production Lines
|Product Price Range