Cold Rolled Galvanized Steel Coils/Sheets from China CNBM

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Product Description:

OKorder is offering high quality Cold rolled Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil at great prices with worldwide shipping. Our supplier is a world-class manufacturer of galvanized steel, with our products utilized the world over. OKorder annually supplies products to European, North American and Asian markets. We provide quotations within 24 hours of receiving an inquiry and guarantee competitive prices.

 

Product Applications:

Cold rolled Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Coil is ideal for fabricating and manufacturing applications.

 

Product Advantages:

OKorder's Galvanized Steel Coil is durable, boasts high stiffness and load-bearing qualities, and is recyclable.

 

Main Product Features:

·   Premium quality

·   Prompt delivery & seaworthy packing (30 days after receiving deposit)

·   Corrosion resistance

·   Can be recycled and reused

·   Mill test certification

·   Professional Service

·   Competitive pricing

 

Product Specifications:

Manufacture: Hot rolled

Coil ID: 508mm

Coil OD: 900-1500 mm

Grade: DX51D+Z

Coating: 30 – 180g/m² (both sides)

Dimensions:

Thickness: 0.2mm – 1.0mm

Width: 600mm, 914mm, 1000mm, 1220mm, 1250mm

Coil Weight: 4 – 6mt

Length: 6m, 9m, 12m

 

FAQ:

Q1: Why buy Materials & Equipment from OKorder.com?

A1: All products offered byOKorder.com are carefully selected from China's most reliable manufacturing enterprises. Through its ISO certifications, OKorder.com adheres to the highest standards and a commitment to supply chain safety and customer satisfaction.

 

Q2: How do we guarantee the quality of our products?

A2: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. At the same time, we provide extensive follow-up service assurances as required.

 

Q3: How soon can we receive the product after purchase?

A3: Within three days of placing an order, we will begin production. The specific shipping date is dependent upon international and government factors, but is typically 7 to 10 workdays.

 

Q4: What makes stainless steel stainless?

A4: Stainless steel must contain at least 10.5 % chromium. It is this element that reacts with the oxygen in the air to form a complex chrome-oxide surface layer that is invisible but strong enough to prevent further oxygen from "staining" (rusting) the surface. Higher levels of chromium and the addition of other alloying elements such as nickel and molybdenum enhance this surface layer and improve the corrosion resistance of the stainless material.

 

Q5: Can stainless steel rust?

A5: Stainless does not "rust" as you think of regular steel rusting with a red oxide on the surface that flakes off. If you see red rust it is probably due to some iron particles that have contaminated the surface of the stainless steel and it is these iron particles that are rusting. Look at the source of the rusting and see if you can remove it from the surface.

 

Q6: What is the difference between galvanized steel and Galvalume steel?

A6: Galvanized steel is metallic coated with Zinc in various coating weights. Minimum recommended for painted metal roofs is G90. Galvalume is a zinc and aluminum coated steel that becomes an alloy and is recommended in either painted or bare applications with a minimum coating weight of AZ50. Galvalume has an excellent performance life in bare exposures. Hence if you are using a bare panel use Galvalume and if painted use either.

 

 

 

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Q:Mild Steel?!?
I don't think society as we know it could exist without it. As for the enviroment there is damage from mining, processing and from using steel equiptment.
Q:dangers of the steel factories?
All manufacturing jobs of that era were incredibly dangerous, even textile work, but steel work was likely the worst. Men would fall into vats of molten metal, be crushed under huge metal bars, hit by cranes, burned by simple contact with any of the red hot pieces of metal flying all around, and most commonly, die from asphyxiation or lung ailments from the constantly burning fires. Heat stroke was a big killer, too. There was virtually no form of compensation, either for injured workers, or, in the case of death, for their families. The Bessemer method, which Carnegie introduced into the US, was hoped to improve conditions...instead, it merely improved output, and Carnegie's factories after 1900 worked 200,000 men, twelve hours a day, on wages that barely kept their families alive.
Q:How is steel coloured?
Steel can be plated(Chrome),Blackened(Black Oxide),Powder coated(color of your choose).All of this is done to prevent rust.All of these aforementioned processes can be worn off through being used.I suggest polished Stainless steel.
Q:Steel Clutch Vs. Transmission?
First of all it's not really a steel clutch..it is called a sintered iron clutch disk... a sintered iron clutch has a very aggressive amount of friction and is generally only used in racing application because of this...also it is ushually a non sprung disk. all of these factors = a very abrupt ingagement of the clutch which will shock the driveline very badly...say he's making 400hp and has really sticky tires..there is bound to be a weak link between the engine and the tires, in a factory driveline this would probably have been the clutch(it would slip) but since he has upgraded it he has now found the next weekest llink..in this case the transmission, he either needs to look into a beefier box or not launch the car so hard.
Q:How do you calculate density of the steel ball in grams per cubic centimeter?
Density Of A Ball
Q:Long term effects of steel on skin?
Stainless steel contains both nickel and chromium. These two alloys are responsible for most of contact dermatitis in people. Some of my co-workers making steel had such bad reactions to chromium that they had to quit their jobs. Their skin was always inflamed. People don't react to finished stainless steel the same way because the alloys are bonded tightly in the heat treating process. But if you are grinding it and getting the dust on your skin, you could get a contact dermatitis if you are sensitive. I don't think it would absorb into your blood stream or do any long term damage to your skin. If you do get a reaction, you would have to cease your exposure or in a worse case scenario risk getting a body wide reaction like my coworkers. I would not worry about any exposure making rings out of stainless steel. After all, stainless steel is used in sugical implants and most people are fine.
Q:Use of Steel in Jet Engines??
Jet gasoline definitely does get warm sufficient to soften the engines (the cores of that are created from titanium alloy, not steel). in actuality, jet engines could be in particular designed as a fashion to not soften below popular working situations. As for the engines vaporizing it incredibly is extremely not likely. They probable have been pulverized via the impact forces and the debris then melted interior the hearth.
Q:whats the benifits of using steel material for fasteners?
There are different grades of steels which can suit different application considering corrosion,surrounding atmosphere,pressure,temperature and many more. Let us take the stainless steel fasteners: 1.Resists Rust: The primary advantage to using stainless steel bolts is that they resist rusting. This makes them ideal for outdoor or marine uses, since moisture will not cause them to corrode. Rust basically eats steel and makes it weaker. A rusty, weak bolt can be a serious safety risk, because it can break under a load. 2.Clean: Stainless steel bolts are very easy to clean due to having a higher content of chromium, which creates a lustrous, mirror-like surface that is very smooth. This makes stainless steel an ideal option if aesthetics are an issue. 3.Temperature: Stainless steel has a high melting point, which makes it a good option in machines that are put through immense amounts of heat. The bolts will not fuse together, and can be unfastened when the machines need repairs. Also, in very cold conditions, steel can become brittle. By mixing nickel into the stainless steel, the metal resists becoming brittle at low temperatures. See the source link for details.
Q:are surgical stainless steel and surgical steel the same thing?
yes they are same kind of steel
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I put up a 30'x40' Mueller Steel Building from a bolt together kit 6 yrs ago. Fully insulated, 2 10'x10' roll up doors, 1 walk thru door, 3 windows, 2' overhang all around, and gutters. The building price minus the slab was about $9500. The only special equipment was a neighbor's large Farmall with a hay spike on the FEL that we used to lift the trusses in place. Then it was mainly cordless drills to put in LOTS of self tapping screws, circular saw with metal cutting blade, tall ladders, etc. Had help putting up the trusses and putting up the roof panels. Everything else I did by myself. Took about 6 wks, but that was only working weekends and maybe 3 evenings a week since that land is 30 miles from my house. Would have gone a lot faster with at least one helper.

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