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color coated roofing sheet

1) Quality Standard & Grade: JIS G3302, SGCC /  ASTM  653M  CQ/  EN10142 DX51D+Z

2) Zinc coating : 50g/m2

3) color film thickness:20micro(doubled)

4) Surface Treatment: chromated , non oiled, skin passed

5) Packing: export standard packing,packed with moisture resistant paper and metal

wrapping,securely tied for export,on metal skids) Country of Origin :China


SIZE:0.25mm*840mm(1000mmBEFORE)*3660MM

COLOR:BLUE

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Q:What kind of company sells steel?
If you are talking about raw steel materials and products I believe you are talking about a steel processor and warehouse company or a steel distributor. There are many different points along the steel manufacturing process that you could buy steel products. It would depend on various factors. Depending the amount, type, grade, gauge, properties, origin and a host of other elements you could purchase the steel in billet, plate, diamond plate, rolled sheet (cold or hot), coil, beam, stamped, pickled, scrapped, etc. You get the idea. Now I don't know where you are in the world, but you can go to one of the two sites below, which I have used for product sourcing and research before. The last one is a major manufacturer that I have actually been to. I hope this helps.
Q:Trade in value for (scrap) steel?
Scrap steel is usually traded per ton. Average steel prices fluctuate on a daily basis. General prices for scrap steel are around $100 - $200 per ton. For daily scrap steel prices check the source below
Q:A question about steel.....?
As first answer says, if you look at the number of commercial steel alloys available and consider that any given alloy can be heat treated to a wide range of physical properties, there are thousands and thousands of potential combinations. Technically, steel is an alloy of Fe and C but there are Fe-C alloys that are called cast irons, not steel, and... there are lots of alloy steels which have significant amounts of other elements added like Cr, Ni, Nb, V, Mo, etc. Fe alloys that have a lot of Cr and or Ni added are called stainless steels and there are dozens of them and many of them can be heat treated to produce a wide range of properties. As far as the strongest or the weakest, you have to get really specific about exactly what you mean because some steels are designed for room temperature properties, some are designed for elevated temperature properties, some for static loads, some for impact loads, some for wear resistance, etc, etc.. Steels make up the largest family of metal alloys (by weight and by volume) that humans use. There are a number of reasons for this but the big reasons include: 1) there is a LOT of iron on earth 2) it is relatively cheap to produce 3) you can easily change the physical properties over a every wide range. As an example... you can take a piece of steel that is so brittle it will shatter if you drop it on the floor and heat treat it so you can bend it like a pretzel without cracking and then heat treat it again to make it very strong and tough (resistant to fracture).
Q:Stainless steel or aluminum for campfire cooking?
I added a few more pieces. Love the glass lids. I have a couple pieces of Le Creuset, but it is too heavy even before the food goes in and I don't like dealing with it. I regret buying the Le Creuset now---should have just bought the Lodge Enameled Cast Iron stuff for about a fourth of the cost. I do have a Lodge 5 qt. dutch oven that I use to deep fry and it is a nice piece and easy to clean. The LC dutch oven does a nice job when I want stew-type recipes.
Q:Arc welding: DC needed for stainless steel?
Arc or stick welding is not ideal for stainless steel. It is advisable to use MIG or TIG welding instead, with argon shield gas. I would only advise manual arc welding as a last resort, or for field repairs. Expect corrosion issues, and issues with excessive oxidation and porosity in your stainless welds. Manual arc welding is a dirty process and simply does not protect the weld puddle well enough from oxidation and carbon pickup, which are especially damaging in sensitive stainless alloys. As to whether to use AC or DC for stick welding, you should consult the instructions found on the box of electrodes. If polarity and current recommendations cannot be found, then you should contact the manufacturer and get it in writing. You should probably not make welding decisions based on advice from a sales representative. Firstly is is not documented. Secondly, sales representatives are not legally liable for damages caused by weld failures, YOU are.
Q:If you have a steel beam can you remove one of the poles?
You need to measure the beam and go to an engineering guide and see what the load ratings are. You can never remove the end supports but the middle support may possibly be taken out if the beam can handle the load and or you add some gusseting and reinforcement to the original beam. You should probably call a building engineer to consult on this.
Q:Steel shafted woods vs Graphite woods?
Steel shafts will provide more accuracy, but they are much heavier than graphite (obviously). They have extremely low torque ratios which allows them to be more accurate. However, you need to have a very fast, controlled swing to be successful with steel shafted woods. Notice that only a few PGA Tour pros have them.
Q:austenitic stainless steels?
*Austenitic, okorder.com
Q:Welding question Can you weld copper or brass to steel?
Copper cannot be welded to steel since copper has a significantly lower melting point than steel, and brass has an even lower melting point than copper. Therefore, traditional fusion welding processes would not work. It's possible to braze copper to steel using brass as a filler metal, but this is not usually done because of practical concerns. (For example, the melting point of zinc brass is close enough to that of copper, that it's hard to heat the joint to the melting temperature of the brass without also melting the copper.) Rather, it's common to braze copper to steel using silver-copper-zinc brazing alloys instead. These alloys have a lower working temp. than zinc brass. Copper-silver-phosphorus brazing alloys, or zinc-tin hard solder could also be used. Also, solid state welding methods can be used to join copper to steel, but this is limited to very special applications. Friction welding can be used to join copper pipes and/or shafts to steel ones. Explosion welding can be used to join a copper or brass sheet to a steel plate. Forge welding may be possible between copper and steel, but I don't know of any applications for this.
Q:Is steel industry good for investing currently ?
To be blunt, with the Environmental-Terrorists like Green Peace and The Sierra Club making it basically impossible for Steel Production in the US to be a profitable industry, you are better off investing in Chinese Steel Companies than American. Same goes for Electricity Production and Petroleum Refining... These Environmental Terrorist Organizations and their misguided leftist followers have made it impossible to build new refineries in the US, which is why the price of Diesel Fuel is so much higher than unleaded, which is not only insane since Diesel Fuel actually requires LESS processing to be a viable product but also because our Transportation Industry as a whole relies upon Diesel Fuel to get everything in your home and office from manufacturer to store. By keeping the Energy Industry held hostage to these irresponsible and, to be blunt, insane laws, they have caused a rise in the price of EVERYTHING sold in the United States... From a deck of cards to homes. If we were not basically banned from building new Nuclear Reactors, we could cut our dependance on Coal by at least half... Anything having to do with any industry that could even potentially do with Pollution, regardless of how far advanced the technology has advanced away from that, it is restricted by Eco-Terrorists and mindless sheep that spend too much time listening to propaganda rather than fact checking what their Masters spoon feed them.

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