Colored Coated Stainless Steel Coil of the Rolled Galvanized Coils

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Rolled Galvanized and Colored Coated Stainless Steel Coil

material:steel

1)Thickness:0.2-2.0mm 
2)Width:914-1250MM 
3)Zinc coat:60-275g/m2 
4)Coil ID:508mm 
5)Color:All RAL color


Packaging & Delivery


Packaging Detail:

Fully seaworthy export packing. Each coil is wrapped in water-proof paper.Fixed with steel strips.

Delivery Detail:

within 30 days


GALVANIZED/PRE-PAINTED STEEL COIL/ALUMINIUM COIL 

 Color painted coils based with galvanized coils take hot-dip galvanized steel coil as its basic material.

Factory adopts the newest technologies and the most advanced equipmentsto degrease, rinse,

chemical transform the cold-rolled steel 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. Thiskind of color painted coils has excellent capability of decoration, molding,

corrosionresistance ability. It keeps the products with color coatings in flamboyantcolor 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. Specifications:




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Q:how is stainless steel produced?
There are different recipes, and different types of steel are made for different purposes. They all share high temperatures, which allows extra carbon to bind with the iron. This is the main thing that makes steel stainless, or rustproof. Other metals such as chromium, molybdenum, magnesium etc. are often added to increase tensile (twisting) strength, flexibility, etc.
Q:How lighter than steel is carbon fiber?
In most applications, you do not want to make the graphite fiber composite object the same size as the steel object. You want it to have the same strength. So... the benefit of using the composite is not just the difference in density. What you really want to compare is the specific strength and you can define this slightly differently depending on your application. As a simple example, suppose you need to hang a weight of 100 pounds from a beam with a bar (so the load is pure tension) and not have the weight permanently stretch the bar (so stress in the bar is less than the yield stress). You can calculate the cross sectional area of steel and compare that to the cross sectional area of the graphite fiber composite required. If your application is more complicated, say it has to support the load and flex up to 10 degrees and survive some impact loading and operate at a max temperature of 200C, then you have more homework to do to select the best material. And... if you are not rich enough so that money is no object, you also need to consider the cost.
Q:Breathing vapourized stainless steel?
I would imagine it's not good. I doubt cancer but I suppose it may be possible. Shouldn't you guys have respirator gear on? Where's OSHA when you need'em? ;)
Q:steel plow?
You want ot read up on American John Deere; he madethe first plow capable of cutting the virgin sod of the great planes.
Q:steel or aluminum on fixie?
Aluminum Fixie
Q:How do you melt steel without a blast furnace?
Iron melts at a very high temperature, so if the goal is to melt it, then there will be a certain amount of intense heat of course. Steel is recycled in a carbon arc furnace. The bottom is lined in graphite. Large graphite rods are lowered into iron scrap and enormous amounts of electricity melt the iron due to the heating of the carbon due to its resistance. The carbon also removes any oxides by forming CO2. Aluminum and lead can also be recycled in this fashion. Ordinary rust can be turned into liquid iron through the use of the thermite reaction. Rust and aluminum power can be ignited with a propane toarch or a magnesium ribbon fuse. The aluminum is oxidized and the rust reduced to molten iron. This reaction is used to spot weld cracks in steel structures, like railroad tracks. It is also a popular arson device used by spies.
Q:What happened to the comic book STEEL??? not the movie!!!?
The comic book has been long cancelled. You can see Steel in the ongoing 52 miniseries.
Q:grain growth in steel?
when you press bend metal , its gets a little hotter at the point of the bend , its like bending a piece of metal back and fourth , the area of the bending gets hot .the distance between the atoms at that point expands thus, a small growth in the size of the metal
Q:Heat Resistant Chemical for Steel?
There is, but I don't know what it is made out of. It is probably some fireproof, foam material which acts like insulation. I doubt it is designed to resist abrasion however. Most things which adhere to metal surfaces are not flameproof, and those which do resist fire are not good insulators. For example, the ceramic coating of appliances like stoves and washing machines adhere very well and are fire resistant, but do not insulate. It was the failure of the steel insulation which caused the collapse of the world trade centers. The impact of the airplane tore away all the insulation on the supporting struts of the building and then the fire caused the steel to soften and break. Steel was once insulated by wrapping it in asbestos cloth and then applying plaster over this to form a shell. It did not actually adhere to the steel but it did insulate it, and was fireproof. However asbestos is a cancer hazard and a lot of old buildings are being stripped of their asbestos as a safety precaution. The asbestos can be replaced with fiberglass which is usually duct taped together.
Q:why use steel-reinforced concrete?
Steel is strong in both tension and compression. No Steel is strong in tension. Under compression it will bend. Example. Take a steel cable. stretch it (Ok you cant) Now compress it. it bends. Bridges generally need support from below. So you need something thats strong under compression. IE concrete. However concrete can fail if it gets a tension - so pre-tensioned steel rods are cast into it to take any such tension (stretching or bending) forces.

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