Cold rolled galvanized steel coil for roofing

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36 m.t.
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30000 m.t./month

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Packaging Detail:Standard seaworthy export package
Delivery Detail:25 days after recepit of 30% TT

Specifications

Cold roll galvanized coil
Thickness: 0.14-2.0mm
Width: 600-1250mm
Zinc coating:Z60-275g/sqm
ID coil:508/610

 

Cold roll galvanized coil                

 

Thickness: 0.14-2.0mm
Width: 600-1250mm
Zinc coating:Z60-275g/sqm

 

 

 

The detailed information:

Commodity

Hot dip galvanized steel coil and sheet

Techinical Standard

JIS 3302 / ASTM A653 / EN10143

Grade

DX51D / DX52D/ DX53D/ S250,280,320GD

Types

Commercial / Drawing / Deep Drawing / Structural quality

Width

600-1250mm

Thickness

0.14-2.0mm

Type of coating

galvanized

Zinc coating

Z60-275g/m2

Surface treament

chromed / skinpass/ oiled/slightly oiled/ dry/ anti-fingerprint

Surface structure

zero spangle / minimized spangle / regular spangle/ big spangle

ID coil

508mm or 610mm

Coil weight

3-8 MT per coil

Package

Properly packed for ocean freight exportation in 20''containers

Application:

Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting

Price terms

FOB,CFR,CIF

Payment terms

30%TT in advance+70% TT or irrevocable 70%L/C at sight

delivery time

25 days after recepit of 30% TT

Remarks

Insurance is all risks

MTC  will be handed on with shipping documents

We accept the third party certificatation test

 

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Q:How does a 1911 react to steel casings?
This better placed in the hunting section of sports. That is the area for gun questions. I've never used that Russian stuff in my guns. I would stick with brass or Aluminum Blaser ammo.
Q:Is carbon steel strong?
The term carbon steel by itself doesn't mean much. All steel has carbon in it. The definition of steel is iron that has been heated and had carbon dissolved into it and trapped on cooling into its atomic matrix. The amount of carbon in a particular piece of steel does have an effect on its properties. The more carbon it has, the harder it is, but also the more brittle it is. So you can have a high carbon steel blade which is very hard, and holds a great edge, but is likely to break. Or you can have a low carbon steel blade that is very tough and hard to break, but dulls easily. Your real, traditional samurai swords were made to have a core of low carbon steel, jacketed with an outer layer of high carbon steel. Thus they were very strong and hard to break, yet had an extremely hard, sharp edge. If that's what you have you can probably whack away to your hearts content. But you probably have some kind of homogenous steel reproduction type blade. What you can do depends on what steel was used.
Q:Are the shafts on my clubs graphite or steel....?
Hold one club in each hand and hit them together like swords fighting, putting the impact point about midway down each shaft, and listen to the sound. If it's more of a clank sound, it's steel, and more of a click sound, it's graphite.
Q:Steel WareHousing.......?
Compared to what?
Q:quality of steel ..................!!?
The quality of the alloy can be very well be judged by its appearance and lustrous surface. The more luster on the surface the more refine will the steel be. To judge its tenacity and endurance, the alloy can be subjected to a series of procedures involving stress and shock. There are many more scientific methods of measuring the quality of the alloy such as texture measurement technique etc are also employed. In layman’s term the quality can be measured by the hardness of surface, brightness and smoothness of the surface and absence of any depressions or troughs.
Q:What were some steel advances in industries? 10 points!?
The single most important important advance in steel production was learning to accurately control carbon content. This was done through the Bessemer Process in which air was blown through molten iron to burn out impurities and excess carbon. Low carbon iron (wrought iron) could be easily worked into shapes. Medium carbon iron could be cast into useful and durable shapes. High carbon steel could be used for structural uses (beams and girders). Adding alloys such as nickel and silicon could produce very tough steels and steels resistant to rust. Adding vanadium to steel engine parts allowed Ford to produce finely machined engines in huge numbers with existing machinery.
Q:what is cast steel? what is the contain? it is diffrent from cast iron?
Casting is a process of forming a part just like forging or rolling are also processes of forming steel. Cast steel can be any grade of steel poured into a sand mold to form a part like a water pump housing in your car. To be classified as steel, the mixture usually contains less than 2% carbon. Cast iron is a mixture that generally contains more than 2% carbon. It also can be poured into a sand mold. There are many grades of iron. Many metals can be cast into shapes like the air intake plenum on your car is probably cast aluminum. Bronze statues are made by pouring molten bronze into a mold. The process used to create a part has an effect of that part's mechanical properties. A casting is weaker than a forging but certain parts cannot be formed by forging. The large diameter rolls used in steel mills to roll steel into thinner plates or sheets is a hot rolled steel that has probably been forged into shape then machined into the final diameter. Some rolls are fabricated from hot rolled steel plates into shape. This allows the ability to add internal cooling paths to keep the roll from overheating.
Q:Is Steel crystalline in its makeup?
Steel okorder.com/
Q:What is the best butcher's steel?
Butcher Steel
Q:Do steel cartridge cases take less pressure than brass cases?
The ammo loaded in steel casing has a tendency to be loaded at lower pressures, for some reason. Most if not all of the steel case is of foreign manufacture. No reason steel can't be loaded to same pressures to that of brass, would probably seal better. Most of the calibers you describe in steel cases go in weapons with loose tolerances, like the AK. Lot of times, the steel won't seal in the chamber, creating blow by, putting crud in the chamber. This condition makes it hard to feed, chamber, and extract in a tight dimension chamber that is present in NATO weapons. AK's, due to more generous tolerances, won't be sensitive to this.. Weapons from NATO are of more tightly toleranced chambers like the AR, HK, Barret, etc. where brass is more reliable in sealing, and minimizes the blow by and keeps things clean, or at least more clean than a steel case that may not seal.

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