Best Quality-Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil -Regular Spangle

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General Information Of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

Hot-dip galvanized steel coils are available with a pure zinc coating through the hot-dip galvanizing process. It offers the economy, strength and formability of steel combined with the corrosion resistance of zinc. The hot-dip process is the process by which steel gets coated in layers of zinc to protect against rust. It is especially useful for countless outdoor and industrial applications.

 

Thickness                 0.13-0.7mm (BMT)

Width                       600-1250mm

Zinc Coating              30-200g/m2

Internal Diameter       508mm or 610mm

Coil Weight                3-12MT

Quality                       Commercial and structural quality

Spangle                      regular spangle

Surface Treatment      Oiled/dry , Skin pass/non-skin pass ,Chromated/non-chromated

Standard                    JIS G 3302, ASTM A 653M, EN 10327

Steel Grade       SGCC, CS, FS, SS, LFQ, DX51D+Z , S280GD

 

Chemical Composition Of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

C

Si

Mn

P

Si

0.04-0.06%

0.01-0.03%

0.18-0.22%

0.014-0.016%

0.006%-0.009%

 

 Technical Data Of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil  

Yield Strength

(Mpa) 280-320

Tensile Strength

(Mpa) 340-390

Elongation

20%-30%

Out-of-square

not exceed 1% Flatness

Bow

15mmmax

Edge Wave

9mmmax

Centre Buckle

8mmmax

Bending At 180 Degree

No crack, purling and fraction

 

Application Of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

Production of cold formed corrugated sheets and profiles for roofing, cladding, decking, tiles, sandwich walls, rainwater protective systems, air conditioning duct as well as electrical appliances and engineering

 With GI as base metal, after pretreatment (degrease and chemical treatment) and liquid dope with several layers of color, then after firing and cooling, finally the plate steel is called pre-painted galvanized steel. Pre-painted galvanized steel is good capable of decoration, molding, corrosion resistance. It generally displays superior workability, durability and weather resistance.

 

Packaging & Delivery Of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil

Anti-damp paper inside full wrapped with plastic film, iron sheet outside on wooden pallet in 20 feet container with 25mt.

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Q:stainless steel properties??
Stainless steel is a generic term for a whole range (there are more than 60 types) of Fe-Cr alloys. They all contain some amount of C and some alloys include a good number of other alloying elements. In almost all cases, the materials have corrosion resistance due the Cr atoms that are in solid solution with the Fe matrix. Under corrosive conditions, the Cr forms a thin tight coherent layer of Cr-oxide. This Cr oxide coating prevents further corrosion so long as it is not chemically or physically removed. If the SS has been subject to mechanical abrasion, the corrosion resistance can sometimes be restored by a light exposure to nitric acid which passivates the surface, restoring the Cr-oxide layer. The carbon content is an important factor in corrosion preformance but so is the heat treatment. Under the wrong conditions and in different environments, all SSs can rust. One of the most common corrosion problems is sensitization which occurs in the heat affect zone (HAZ) around welds. If the C content is high enough and the heat is high enough, the Cr atoms in solid solution form Cr-carbides and are no longer available to form a protective Cr-oxide. The corrosion resistance can be restored by appropriate heat treatment.
Q:is 440 stainless steel good for throwing knives?
Good steel ain't cheap, cheap steel ain't good... If you're just starting out (practicing anyways), I would be less concerned about the material and more concerned about the style and shape of the blade to gain consistency in your technique... When you start getting proficient for competitions and such... then I'd start investigating steel grades... Anyways, here's a summary from the wiki: Type 440—a higher grade of cutlery steel, with more carbon, allowing for much better edge retention when properly heat-treated. It can be hardened to approximately Rockwell 58 hardness, making it one of the hardest stainless steels. Due to its toughness and relatively low cost, most display-only and replica swords or knives are made of 440 stainless. Available in four grades: 440A, 440B, 440C, and the uncommon 440F (free machinable). 440A, having the least amount of carbon in it, is the most stain-resistant; 440C, having the most, is the strongest and is usually considered more desirable in knifemaking than 440A, except for diving or other salt-water applications.
Q:cleaning a steel pan?
Get a can of Barkeeper's Friend. It's a powdered cleanser. It's gentle enough to be used on a ceramic cook top but still strong enough to get metal clean. Cheap and made from rhubarb leaves! Dampen the pan with water, sprinkle generously and smear around with a sponge with one of those non-stick safe nylon scrub pads. Wait about 10-15 minutes to let the product do some of the work for you. Come back and give it a good scrub. Reapply if necessary. I have all stainless steel cookware and use the Barkeeper's to keep them looking nice; especially since they are on display with my pot rack. I also have some copper pieces used for decoration and I use the Barkeeper's to keep them looking nice. It cleans them up faster and better than any of the homemade concoctions or metal cleaners without the residue. And I do use it on my ceramic cook top too! Be sure to wash and rinse the pan after you get it clean; it does leave a haze if you don't.
Q:Edward Humphrey wants to know... Can I use steel roofing on an older house?
We are having a metal roof installed on our rental property. We were told by a number of contractors that metal roofing is comparable in price to an asphalt roof. It is all a matter of personal preference. Metal roofing will last for upwards of 50 years, where an asphalt roof, if good quality, will last about 30 years. I personally believe that some house styles just would not look proper or authentic with a metal roof. Hope this helps.
Q:Which wheels are better? Steel? or Aluminum? and Why?
If you got money to waste get the aluminum. Practicality is the steel wheels.
Q:Can I shoot steel shot out of my Remington 870 express?
That barrel cost 150 dollars for a reason. They are god made to withstand these kind of shots.
Q:What happens to the solution of copper (II) sulfate when steel wool is added?
Steel is an iron alloy, and iron is more reactive than copper, so what you'd see is the blue colour of the solution becoming lighter, and a black precipitate appearing on the steel wool.
Q:Does folding modern steel do anything to enhance a sword?
Folded Steel
Q:what is the advantages in using mild steel as raw material in an experimental machining?
It's cheaper than alloyed steels.
Q:Damascus steel knife?
So, there isn't a good answer to your question, because Damascus doesn't describe the actual materials properties of the steel, rather the mechanical construct of the steel. For example: A very common Damascus steel is to layer L6 with 1080 high carbon steel and forge weld the layers together to make a blank, anneal it, then grind it into your blade and heat treat it. (Massive over simplification) That type of Damascus steel is going to be a bit softer than one of the super high carbon exotics, but will be tougher in terms of ability to flex without taking a set, and not chipping out if the edge hits something hard. (assuming it is heat treated well) - edge between RC56 - 58 typically. Another common Damascus steel is layers of VG-10 steel and VG-1 steel also welded together, with the billet then annealed, ground, and heat treated. In this case, because you are using stainless steels you will get a much harder edge - RC 60 - 62 typically. It will have better toughness than plain VG-10, but certainly nowhere near what you can get out of L6 or 52100 or something of that sort. Generally, for a bushcraft knife you typically want something like the first type of Damascus because you are looking for a more all purpose tool, and typically a larger knife. The only problem is that in the bush the first types of steel typically rust. The second type is made up of stain resistant steels and will hold up better. So, this brings me around to - why exactly do you want a Damascus blade on your knife? Are you already looking at one you like? Thinkingblade
GZTSTEEL is a modernized non-government enterprise. We keep science and technology as the impetus for the development of our company. Our products include high-precision hot galvanized steel sheet (coils), hot-coating Al-Zn-Si steel sheet (coils), and Prepainted steel sheet(coils) and equipment. We have integrated both manufacture and sale.

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