Colored Coated Stainless Steel for Buliding Materials

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25 m.t.
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Colored Coated Stainless Steel:


Standard:

            AISI,ASTM,GB,JIS

Thickness:

              0.25-0.8MM

Technique:

             Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:

Coated

Application:

         Roofing

Special Use:

         Silicon Steel

Width:

  800-1250MM

Color:

           Ral or according to sample

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:color steel coil STANDARD EXPORT SEAWORTHY PACKING
Delivery Detail:25 DAYS AFTER DOWN PAYMENT

Specifications

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.


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Q:whats the difference between weld steel and sheet metal?
Gauge is a measure of thickness. 19 Ga = 0.0418 20 Ga = 0.0359 22 Ga = 0.0299 Higher numbers are obviously thinner sheets. To my knowledge the way it works is going up five gauges means the thickness is reduced by half. For example 10 Ga. is 0.1345 in, while 15 Ga is 0.0673 in.
Q:what are some disadvantages of stainless steel?
Disadvantages of Stainless Steel: 1. High initial cost 2. Difficult to fabricate, or in other words, it is not as malleable as other metals, say iron, and hence if not fabricated properly, results in costly re-work. 3. Difficult to weld 4. High cost of polishing etc. i.e. adding finishing touches for the market. Also, for the record: Stainless steel does NOT rust. One of the advantages of it over other metals (steel and iron) are that it is rust-free. But of course, depending on the environment condition (E.g. long periods in a rainforest without use at all) it can rust....this is a very rare (and unfortunate) situation. ;)
Q:Why aren't bullets made of steel?
As others have mentioned, steel lacks the ductility to conform to rifling and seal the bore. Cannon projectiles, which usually are made of steel, overcome this problem by using one or more driving bands of softer metal, usually brass or bronze, but sometimes even plastic, on the circumference of the projectile, usually close to the base. The body of the projectile rides on the lands, while the driving band fills the grooves, seals the bore and imparts the stabilizing spin to the projectile.
Q:when was steel first made?
No, the iron age was just iron. It was smelted down in open fires where temperatures can vary. There was a problem of not always being able to cook out all the impurities from the ore, which led to inconsistent strengths in finished products. People first discovered the properties and advantages of steel when charcoal (carbon) was added to smelted iron. I don't know when the first steel was made. But it must have been a more expensive process because it didn't appear in household products until around 1800. But I'm not sure on that.
Q:Damascus steel sword question?
There are many makers that use blue on there Damascus. My question, what the heck are you wanting to mess with the finish for? If you had a true Damascus blade made that that thing cost a fortune, and I don't mean under a grand either. Then there is the question of what it is made from, some steel combinations react well to the gun blue, others not so much. If it is a stainless blade it won't work at all and you shouldn't be using it either. I can tell you, my Damascus blades start at $100 for a small cable knife and go up from there. If you wanted a sword it would push 10 g's easy. None of my customers would mess with the finish, most would cry if it got scratched. If it's has a pretty pattern don't mess with it.
Q:Best Steel Road bike?
steel bikes are now mostly custom and expensive colnago lemond are factory [expensive] though giant doesn;t make them that i know of wle.
Q:How to play Broken steel in Fallout 3?
It is because Broken Steel doesn't add a new quest. It continues the main story. Once you beat the game, you will see. There is nothing wrong with it.
Q:Can you WELD STEEL to ALUMINUM? How much heavier/stronger is STEEL?
You should not attempt to do any traditional welding of steel to aluminum as they can form a hard and brittle inter metallic compound known as iron aluminide. You would have to employ a process that did not melt either species. Cladding could be an option but you are kind of limited to flat products that are sandwiched together. There is also explosive which does almost the same thing as cladding. Friction stir welding might be possible but I cant vouch for that. The temperature does get pretty hot, so I am not sure what would happen. But any of these suggestions would take specialized equipment not available to the average user. For weight, Al is 2.7 g/cc and Iron is about 7.8 so it is about 3 times heavier for the same volume. How strong either of them are greatly depends on specific alloys and heat treatment. I think some of the strongest aluminum alloys have a yield strength of about 50,000 psi which would relate to a relatively weak steel. For steel, there are alloys that can have yield strengths in the hundreds of thousands psi.
Q:How difficult is it to harden steel?
harder steel has a higher carbon and chromium content
Q:What is harder Gold or steel?
steel. it's used to support skyscrapers lol. gold can be molded easily into jewelry. although both gold and steel are both malleable, steel is harder to shape.

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