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Zhejiang China (Mainland)
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Ral or according to sample
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color steel coil
Prime Quality, Quick Delivery, Competitive Price
Prepainted Galvanized Steel Coil (PPGI/PPGL)
Base material: Hot dipped galvanized steel
Width: available from 800MM to 1250MM
Width Tolerance: within 0.02MM
Thickness: available from 0.18MM to 0.80MM
Thickness Tolerance: within 0.15MM
Performance: Smooth or Matte
Color: according to RAL standard
Lacquer Coating thickness: according to customer needs
Supply capacity: 8,000 Metric Ton per month
Our products has good performance on combining force and anti-erosion. We offer fine quality products and best price for our international customers.
COLOR COATING LINE
A Dual Uncoiler
D Entry Accumulater
E Degreasing & Chemical Section
F Prime Coater
G Prime Oven
H Prime Water Quench
I Finish Coating
J Finish Back Coater
K Finish Oven
L Finish Water Quench
M Exit Accumulater
- Q:Pros and cons of stainless steel firearms?
- Stainless Steel Handguns
- Q:Heat treatment of mild steel? Process description macro-micro
- Alright, usually whu heat you heat treat mild steel, this is because you would like it stronger than you got it. To do this you must alter the grain structure of the part or in other words, the CRYSTALLITES. Ultimately you'll end up altering the nature of the grains structure changing the tensile strength it can handle, yield strength, and even change the elongation percentage that it can tolerate under load. Heat treatment controls the rate of diffusion, and the rate of cooling within the microstructure to create these elements. Usually what they use to do this is add an element to it to make it stronger such as carbon to increase its rockwell hardness, which by the way the lower you go the harder the part can become. Heat treatment can be used in more ways than this. It can also be used to weaken the parts grain structure. This will lower the parts mechanical properties making it softer and more ductile or easier to manipulate if you have to bend it into a particular shape. Typically if you allow the part to cool after heat treatment it does go through annealing. The part will be heat treated into different stages. The first being the austenitic crystal phase which depending on how hard and strong you want it, will be at its peak. When it is cooled, it will go through a will transform to martensite which is a hard yet brittle crystalline structure. Martenised part will usually be tempered to a certain degree to improve the mechanical properties to what is needed. There is more to this and you can use the link below to read more about it.
- Q:is 440 stainless steel good for throwing knives?
- Stainless Steel Throwing Knives
- Q:Nylon or steel......?
- I like the sound of steel better, sweetie! But nylon is nice too, especially if you wanna play, but you don't want to disturb others!
- Q:How can you stain iron/steel MECHANICALLY?
- Funny! 100!
- Q:Stainless steel or white appliances?
- Like others said about Stainless Steel, plus if bleach accidentally touched it, it will leave a permanent scar, Stainless Steel can be cleaned with water and soap then with baby oil. White will be better.
- Q:What is the difference between steel toe boots and composite toe?
- steel toe boots are just that a piece of steel fitted over the toes, composite toe boots use other materials that are just as hard BUT they do not have the connectivity levels as steel. if you are working in a cold climate steel toes will freeze them toes right off, also electrical environments. my advice get a good pair of composite ones, and you get what you pay for, its worth the investment. more than you could ever imagine. proper foot support. helps legs cramps, back pain etc...
- Q:How to sharpen a knife with the stone and the steel?
- The site listed above gives you a great step by step procedure on how to do this yourself. A Sharpening Steel is used to sharpen the fine edge of a knife. Many knives only need this done to have a refined edge. Any fine edge of a knife can have minor burrs that occur with normal use. To sharpen this type of edge, merely run the knife at an approximate 7-8 degree angle, away from yourself on the Sharpening steel repeatedly (no more than about 8-10 times each side, alternating each side as you go). Give the knife a quick wash, to remove any unwanted detritus, and you are ready to go. If you want to resharpen an entire knife, use a wet stone. Remember some stones have a natural oil in it, some do not. If you are already using a stone with oil, continue to use it with Mineral Oil as the lubricant. If it is a dry stone, use warm water. You'll never be able to change a stone once you use oil. Make sure its as flat as you can. Wet it with warm water, or the mineral oil, rub the knife away from yourself (on the coarse side) at a 5 degree angle on both sides. Alternating sides approximately 20-30 times each. Flip the stone over (dry finer side), and at a 6 degree angle, rub the knife blade toward you on both sides approximately 10 times on each side. Using either your Sharpening steel, or 550-600 coarse emory paper, rub the knife away from you 5-7 alternating times on each side at about a 7-8 degree angle. Clean the knife well. You now have a VERY sharp knife that will require this entire treatment ony 2-4 times a year at most. Otherwise, keep using the sharpening steel. I GUARANTEE this works best.
- Q:BB gun lead vs steel.?
- steel is made of iron mainly (and carbon) its density is 7.86 g/cm³ approximately. and lead has density=11.4 g/cm³. so, if have same volume and shape steel will have less mass and thus will have greater velocity for same muzzle energy. I agree the manual. for more information on ricochet
- Q:Steel Price .........!!?
- depends what u want..
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