Cold Rolled/Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Coil Made in China

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Standard: ASTM,GB,JIS Technique: Cold Rolled Shape: Round
Surface Treatment: Galvanized,Color Coated,Oiled,Dry Steel Grade: Q195,Q215,Q235 Certification: ISO,SGS,BV,CE
Thickness: 1.8mm-16mm Width: 1000mm-1600mm Length: according to weight
Outer Diameter: according to weight Net Weight: 23mt Packaging: Standard Export Packing

Product Description:

Zinc Coated Galvanized Steel strip

Thickness: 0.15-4mm
Width:32-1250mm
Le ID: 508/610mm
Coil Weight: 2-6 tons per coil
Technique: cold-rolled, hot rolled
Zinc Coating: 40-275g/m2
Applications:constractions, building,furniture industry and electrical industry etc.


 Production Description:

Products Namehot dip galvanized steel coil/Galvanized steel strip
SizeWidth:32--1250MM
Thickness:0.15-4.0mm
Zinc coat40-200g/m2(as required)
Quality StandardSGCC SGCD SECC SECD DX51D+Z  DX52D+Z
SpangleZero spangle,regular spangle,normal spangle,big spangle
Surface Treatmentchromated and oiled, chromated and non-oiled
Applicationconatruction,Electrical appliance,furniture,carrying trade,others
WorkflowCoil loadingDecoiling→ Pre-straightening→ Buffering→ Fine straightening & feeding→ transverse cutting→ stacking→ cut sheets out
packageseaworthy packing, 4 eyes bands and 4 circumferential bands in steel, galvanized metal fluted rings on inner and out edge.Other as customer requirement.
Production Capacity30000 Tons per Month
LoadingPer container can be loaded 25 tons to 27 tons.
Port of shipmentTianjin port
PaymentTT or 100% Irrevocable LC at sight
Delievery time15--20days after receiving your deposit or L/C.

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Q:Steel-toed boots in cold weather?
should be ok and not cold if you go by what is written in the posting you quoted however if you are thinking of buying them just for the snow i would consider something else much cheaper. however if you already have them then not a problem, i suggest you give it a test run.
Q:How hot does steel?
Type your query into Yahoo! Search or other search engines to get the answer: It depends, since steel usually has different metals added for various properties (strength, corrosive resistance, etc.)
Q:Hiking with steel toe-capped boots?
Steel toed boots are very heavy compared to hiking boots, after a long hike (especially in rough terrain) the extra weight is gonna tire you out. Steel toes are made for things like construction, or doing a task where extra protection of the toe is needed. So it's not ideal, but whatever floats your boat man (better than wearing tennis shoes). I personally have Converse composite toed boots from my airsofting days and since im too cheap to buy dedicated hike boots, I use it for hiking. Its supposedly made for military use and is much lighter than steel toe. But WAIT!!! lets say you dont have a gun or knife and you run into a pissed off Sasquatch, a steel toe boot too the nutz would do well in puttin the hurt on the dude.
Q:Steel used to be made in the \Bessemer Converter...?
Steel making today is a faster process as use Blast furnace which Coke Limestone Iron ore are fed into the top of the furnace. after these are fed in a exothermic happens and converts these ores into Iron. Iron is not strong enough to be used in thing this is formally known as pig iron. To convert Iron ore into steel it has to go to a process called the BOS Basic Oxygen Steel-making were oxygen is blown onto the iron ore for about 30 to 45 min and this then turns it into steel as all the impurities are taken out and this floats on top and known as slag and used for things such as road building. Once you have steel this is then pored into ladles and taken to the continuous caster and rolled into slabs, billets and bars and then cut off and rolled into a finished products and then taken to compniaes to be made into thins you see made out off metal such as skyscrapers. Hope this helps :o)
Q:Stainless steel?
The nickel and chromium content do have some effect on shine. But mostly they effect the corrosive and rust resistance property's of the stainless steel. 300 series stainless steel such as 304e or 316e will not rust like 400 series 416e eventually will. All types of stainless steel can achieve a bright shine. The key is using jewelers rouge and the correct buffing wheel. Avoid scotchbrite if you want shine. It will clean your stainless steel but it will not shine it the way you want. Miketyson26 (certified tig welder)
Q:How do you calculate density of the steel ball in grams per cubic centimeter?
To calculate the density of any object you will always use the formula: Density = Mass / Volume (P=M/V). You have recorded the known values of the mass and the diameter of the ball (sphere), so we have everything needed to calculate the Density. Mass is 66.80g, but we shall need to use another formula to calculate the volume of the sphere. The formula to use is 4/3 X Pi X radius cubed. However, first of all we need to turn your measurement of the diameter of the steel sphere into the radius of the steel sphere (So that it can be substituted in place of the “radius” in the above formula). Simply half the diameter to find the radius. So 2.51 cm divided by 2 is 1.255 cm. Now insert the radius 1.255cm into the above formula. It would be read like this: 4/3 X 3.14159… X 1.255 ¬cubed (OR 4/3 X 3.14159 X 1.255X1.255X1.255), = 8.2798. So, now we know that the sphere has a volume of 8.2798 cm cubed, we can use this number in place of the “V” in the density formula P=M/V, and we can also substitute in the Mass (66.80g). So now P=66.80 / 8.2798, which = 8.07g/cm cubed. Now we know that from your measurements, steel has a density of 8.07g/cm cubed! This is fairly close to the real life average density, which if I remember correctly is around 7.8 g/cm cubed. Just remember, though, that as steel is an alloy it’s density is not standard and varies due to carbon content etc. Anyway, I hope that helped you!
Q:Elastic modulus of galvanized steel?
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Q:What was the Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain created for?
Iron and Steel Bill That would be the Bill to nationalise the Steel industry in UK so that the Socialist Government could destroy it. Britain having won the War against Hitler promptly elected a nasty little Fascist who called himself a socialist Clement Atlee who went and nationalised many key Industries in UK so that the Government could run them. In 1979 British Steel was costing the UK tax payer a £Million per day to keep running and was on the point of collapse with Steel production declining. Unfortunately it wasn't until Mrs. Thatcher came to power in 1979 that they were later put back into the Public sector and shares in British Steel could be bought by the Public and the Company run by people who knew how to run a steel industry. As a consequence Britain now produces more steel than it has ever done in its History.
Q:Question about whetstones and honing steels.?
You're not supposed to use the whetstone alone. It leaves a burr, which the steel removes. If you google using a whetstone, you'll see plenty of info. It is possible to use a finer stone in place of the steel.
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.

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