201/202/301/304 Grade Stainle Steel Strip /Coil with 2b

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Model NO.:201/202/301/304

Surface Treatment:2b, Ba, Hairline, No.4, 8k, Mirror Finish etc.

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS

Application:Pipe/Tube Making, Building , Kitchen Sinks/C

Edge:Mill / Slit Edge

Stock:Stock

Steel Grade:201, 202, 301, 302, 304, 304L, 316,316L

Grade:201, 202, 301, 302, 304, 304L, 316,316L

Width:20mm-1250 Mm

Thickness:0.16-3.0mm

Surface:2b, Ba, Hairline, No.4, 8k, Mirror Finish etc.

Quantity:as Request

Delivery Time:1-14 Days

Payment Term:FOB/CIF/CFR/EXW

Export Markets:Global

Additional Info.

Trademark:JH

Packing:Woven, Wooden Box

Standard:prime

HS Code:72209000

Production Capacity:800000 Tons/Year

Product Description

3201/202/301/304 GRADE Stainles Steel Strip /coil with  2B/BA surface
stainless steel strip
stainless stee coil
steel coil
stee strip

Material GRADE201, 202, 301, 304, 304L, 316, 316L
StandardASME, ASTM, EN, BS, GB, DIN, JIS, etc
TechniqueHot rolled / cold rolled
Raw material sourceJHSCO  or as your request
Width10mm-1250 mm
Thickness0.16mm-3.0mm
Quantityas your request
Surface2B, BA, 8K, No. 4  No.1,8K, Mirror finish etc.
PackagingStandard export sea-worthy packing
Delivery time1-15days
Supply abilityS.S HR COIL= 1000 000 TONS/ year ,S.S CR COIL= 800 000 TONS/ year,s.s pipe=200 000 TONS/ year
Payment termsL/C, T/T
Application range  Pipe/tube making,building material,kitchen sinks/cutlery,baths,elevators,automotive application,industrial application,hardware-tools etc.


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Q:Damascus steel sword question?
There are many makers that use blue on there Damascus. My question, what the heck are you wanting to mess with the finish for? If you had a true Damascus blade made that that thing cost a fortune, and I don't mean under a grand either. Then there is the question of what it is made from, some steel combinations react well to the gun blue, others not so much. If it is a stainless blade it won't work at all and you shouldn't be using it either. I can tell you, my Damascus blades start at $100 for a small cable knife and go up from there. If you wanted a sword it would push 10 g's easy. None of my customers would mess with the finish, most would cry if it got scratched. If it's has a pretty pattern don't mess with it.
Q:Stainless steel?????????
Worth very little as far as I'm concerned. It has a very poor co efficient of heat, is hard to lubricate to keep the food from sticking and will develop a hot spot easily. My preference is a good quality cast iron, it is heavy but conducts heat well and spreads it evenly. Stainless with copper bottoms is marginal for boiling water but it does clean easily. There are several alloys on the market that are usable as cook ware. Aluminum is worse than stainless. Of the pure metals, copper is the best conductor of heat, cast iron is my choice, spun steel does work. Hope this helps. Never wash cast iron cookware with soap and water.
Q:Why is steel denser than wood?
The atoms in steel are more tightly packed. They have a greater mass in a smaller volume than wood. Basically, if you take 100 g of steel and 100 g of wood, the piece of steel will be smaller (less volume) than wood and therefore more dense. Density = Mass/Volume
Q:Permanently expanding steel?
You can calculate the maximum reversible strain, for elastic loading as follows: You need to look up the yield strength (for that particular type of steel). Divide this yield strength by the elastic modulus of steel (also called Young's modulus). That gives you the strain at the onset of yielding, the maximum you can strain the steel fibers before crossing the point of no return. If you are interested in the strain until failure, you need to take tensile test measurements. Seldom do people document an equation to model the non-elastic portion of the stress-strain curve of the specimen, because seldom do we design systems to operate with materials which yield. We want systems which only deform reversibly and elastically. This means you need to perform an experiment to find what you are actually desiring to know.
Q:What is the density of steel?
This Site Might Help You. RE: What is the density of steel? I need to know the density of steel as one of my physical properties of steel. Any answers? If u have more physical or chemical properties of steel, that would help to thanks.
Q:Are steel strings bad/hard for a beginner?
Steel strings are fine for a beginner. I learned to play on Steel strings and I have always preferred them to nylon strings.
Q:what is the origin of stainless steel?
Stainless steel is regular steel. They just remove most of the carbon out of it. Carbon it the reactive element within the steel that makes it rust, tarnish, etc...
Q:When was steel first used in buildings?
steel was first used in the 1800s in buildings.
Q:About types of stainless steel for knifes.?
I do engraving on knife blades (actually all kinds of metal but occasionally knife blades). Every company's blades are a little different. I get the idea that different companies have different compounds. All the materials are some compromise between hardness, toughness, corrosion resistance, machineability and other considerations. Stainless is generally not as good as a high-carbon steel, but high-carbon steel rusts and turns black. Stainless is much easier to keep clean.
Q:Question about steel studs.?
Ask a Carpenter friend where you can buy metal studs. There should be a large drywall supplier somewhere close to your area - they usually also stock metal studs and ceiling grid that sort of all goes together for contractors. You will have a choice of 20 or 25 gauge studs track. 25 gauge is pretty flimsy so I suggest using 20 gauge. Get a small box of tek screws to attach studs to track. Also get some self drilling drywall screws 1+5/8 for 5/8 thick gyp bd. or 1+1/4 for 1/2 gyp bd. I would also buy MR drywall (moisture resistant) for any work in a basement. Another tip : Buy some 1x4 composite trim boards to use for your bottom plate. Clean the slab good where you plates will go, then use some Liquid Nails hd and glue your plates down to the slab. That way you won't be drilling holes in the slab that could allow water to seep up through them. The composite trim will not wick moisture and it will keep your metal studs up off the floor should you ever have a water problem in the bathroom. Keep your drywall up off the floor about 1/2 by laying a scrap pc. of drywall against the plate before you hang the board. Allow enough room to line the perimeter of your door frame with 2x 4 vs. metal stud. It makes it easier installing the door and trim.

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