Color Coated Galvanized Cold Rolled Steel coil

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Color coated hot rolled steel coil takes hot-dip galvanized steel coil asits basic material. Factory adopts the newest technologies and the mostadvanced equipments to degrease, rinse, chemical transform the cold-rolledsteel coils or galvanized steel coils. Then we make primary and refined lavation
for the steel strips. We use worldwide advanced solidify furnace to solidify the coasting surface.This kind of color painted coils has excellent capability of decoration, molding,
corrosion resistance ability. It keeps the products with color coatings inflamboyant color for a long time.Nowadays, it has become the most perfect building materials in construction, transportation,
manufacture, light industry, office furniture, household electric appliances,
food package, and other areas all over the world.



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1) Thickness: 0.2 - 1.5mm

2) Width:<1250mm< span="">

3) Lacquer: according to customer's needs

4) The color-coated steel coil is produced by hot-galvanized steel and color-coated with the paint produced according to the American standards

5) The combining force between the galvanized steel and the paint is very strong
6) The surface is polish

7) Coat fabric 2/2 (two coats for top / two coats for bottom)2/1 (two coats for top / single coat for bottom)1/1 (single coat for top / single coat for bottom)

8) Colors: white, black, sky blue, bright red, yellow

9) Can be used in building material field, galvanized wire steel tape and all other fields.

 

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it depends on the type of steel. If it's soft steel it may stop the round, but leave a craterthat can causeirregular ricochets. If it's hardened steel (AR500 for example), the bullet will just 'splash' and fragment into little bits. It's better to shoot thin steel so the round goes through than shoot thick soft steel thatforms a crater. No matter what type you're shooting, put it no closer than 100 yards for a full power jacketed round. Try to hang the plateso it is angledslightly towards the ground so anymajor ricochets are directed into the ground and not up or back towards you.
Q:Steel Pokemon?
I believe a fire pokemon wins against a steel.
Q:what steel anodizes well?
Steel doesn't anodize in the sense that aluminum and some other metals do. However, it can be heat-colored. The trick is to clean the surface first (it must be oxide free), then heat gently until the colors appear. These are called temper colors in steel. They are due to a thin adherent layer of oxide that forms and thickens as temperature is increased. They are quite temperature dependent. As the steel is heated, the first color to appear is pale yellow. This will progress through darker yellows, browns, purples, and blues as the temperature rises. Above blue, the oxide becomes the gray/black color you are apparently getting - this is the result of heating too fast and too hot. See the chart at the site below for colors in plain carbon steel. Note that the temperatures are pretty low - It all starts around 400 F and if you go above 600 F the show's all over.
Q:.308 steel cased ammo in my remington 7400?
Should you?...... Its a free country - You can do what you want....... Why shouldn't you?...... If I got it right - That Herters ammo is foreign made steel case ammo..... Most of that stuff has a reputation for being dirty and likes to foul semi-auto rifles up..... I suppose if you use a little of that stuff now and then it would be ok........ Usually that steel cased stuff is used by folks that own military style semi-0auto guns and bolt action rifles...... Those types of guns for the most part are well suited to use that cheap steel case...... A Remington 7400?..... This is just my opinion - but that's a hunting rifle and isn't up to the rigors of blasting a few hundred rounds of ammo off in an afternoon....... Get a different gun for that...... Occasional use?... Yeah its alright...... If this is for hunting use a better grade of brass cased ammo.......
Q:Choke tubes for steel shot?
I never use anything tighter than modified...mostly use imp. cyl. . to my knowledge any i.c. or mod. choke is ok for steel shot....some of my chokes are marked steel ok or no steel some actually are marked as to no steel bigger than *^*..usually bigger than BB like F or T. Steel is lighter than lead so it looses its energy quicker, therefore it is recommended to use 2 shot sizes bigger than the equivalent in lead...4 shot lead use 2 shot steel. With steel, your choke will perform like it is one size tighter. Early season I use imp. cyl. later season mod.( it is still best to pattern your gun/choke/ammo to see what and how it performs at different distances)
Q:Here is my dilemma, should I shoot steel case ammo in my ar15?
steel case does not cause additional wear to the gun's chamber when compared to brass case. many tests has been done and precise measurements taken, this myth has been proven false. lacquer coating can cause issues because it can melt and cool, and cause jams. this is easily remedied with a chamber brush and some solvent.. However, steel jacket causes problems. Steel is harder than copper, it does not deform as easily so it causes more wear to the barrel as compared to copper or brass. The rate is around 10-25%, inreasing if you hoot rapidly instead of slowly. more shooting = hotter barrel = faster wear. It's the same with copper/brass jackets, but steel jacketed always wears more than softer metals. TulAmmo (or tula) is particular is so cheaply made they don't have enough copper/brass wash on the bullet to survive firing, after a few inches of travel it's steel on steel contact in the bore and it can ruin a gun barrel very quickly. But... there is one exception. if your gun comes with a chrome-lined bore that is standard for most AR's , shoot all the cheap junk you can buy. chrome-lined steel is 2X as hard as plain steel. crappy tula .223 will not cause more harm to a chrome-lined bore more than brass or copper jacketed bullets.
Q:POkemon best game steel?
Transformers.
Q:Does folding modern steel do anything to enhance a sword?
Folding Sword
Q:steel or aluminum horse trailer?
I have a steel trailer. It's okay but I think next time I'll go for aluminum because mine is rusting, particularly on the tongue, so the hitch gets all frozen up. Drives me nuts. Yeah, you pay sales tax on trailers and the dealership SHOULD give you temporary plates to get home, just like they do on vehicles.
Q:is CS material is comes under Mild steel? any difference?
The terms mild steel and carbon steel are general terms and do not refer to a specific grade of steel. If your client asked for A106B then that is what you need to ask your vendor to quote you. If MS1 references A106B then again, that is what you get prices for.

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