Grey white, sea blue, red or any RAL standard
Top: 20+/-5um Back: 5mic---8mic
ASTM, AISI, DIN, GB,JIS
SGCC,SGCD,SECC,SECD,DX51D+Z, S350GD, S450GD, S550GD
Cold rolled, hot-dipped galvanizing, color coated, galvanized,
Galvanized, zero spangle, regular spangle or normal spangle
Chromate and oiled, chromate and non-oiled
Export standard, or according to client requirement
3-6tons or as client requirement.
Yield Strength MPa
Tensile Strength MPa
Category of Painting
Silicon modified polyesters
Primer coating + Finish coating
Primer coating + Finish coating
Primer coating or single back coating
Primer coating + Finish coating
Primer coating + Finish back coating
CS Type A/B/C
FS Type A, Type B
DDS TYPE A/C
Workshop, agricultural warehouse, residential precast unit, corrugated roof, roller shutter door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth
Door, doorframe, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway, vent gutter
Refrigerator, washer, switch cabinet, instrument cabinet, air conditioning, micro-wave oven, bread maker
Central heating slice, lampshade, desk, bed, locker, bookshelf
Exterior decoration of auto and train, clapboard, container, isolation board
Writing panel, garbage can, billboard, timekeeper, typewriter, instrument panel, weight sensor, photographic equipment
- Q:What are the characteristics of hot-rolled steel coils and cold rolled steel coils? What loading and unloading tools should be used? What items should be paid attention to?
- General handling steel rolls are used for driving. Forklift trucks are OK, but a larger fork truck, usually cold rolled, weighs less than 15T. The hot rolled coil is below 30T.
- Q:How can a spider's web be stronger than steel?
- Most importantly, spider silk is extremely lightweight: a strand of spider silk long enough to circle the Earth would weigh less than 500 grams (18 oz). Spider silk is also especially ductile, able to stretch up to 140% of its length without breaking. It can hold its strength below −40 °C. This gives it a very high toughness (or work to fracture), which equals that of commercial polyaramid (aromatic nylon) filaments, which themselves are benchmarks of modern polymer fiber technology. What this means in regard to what you have heard is that if you compared the tensile strength (type 'tensile strength' on wikipedia if you do not know what it means) of spider silk and a strand of steel at the same thickness, the silk would have a higher tensile strength than many grades of steel, upto that of high grade steel - of which they are about the same.
- Q:Can your sweat tarnish real silver & steel jewelry?
- steel shouldn't really tarnish, it rusts and moisture increases that. Silver tarnishes when exposed to air and sulfur. Moisture increases the process a bit, but it happens anyway. Sweat is not gross, it's a necessary function of your body, otherwise you would die. A lot of sports people wear jewelry and they sweat a lot. If you wear the jewelry all the time, that will prevent the tarnish a bit. If you take it off, clean it (water and dish washing liquid), dry it and put it in a zip lock back to keep it away from air and moisture. In the end, cleaning the jewelry is quick and easy so don't worry about it.
- Q:Is this guitar steel string or nylon?
- That's a very low-end Kay, maybe from the 60's or 70's. It has a weird mixture of steel-string and classical features that you often see in cheap imports from around that time, maybe because the factory didn't want to stock different parts for different lines. The tuners (one of which is missing) are made for steel strings. They will work with nylon but not well. The bridge is a generally classical type but appears to be bolted on and seems to have some compensation carved into the saddle, which indicates it may have been intended for steel strings. Probably it's ladder braced, which is not a great design for either type. It has a classical rosette and a steel-string pickguard. I am guessing the neck has steel reinforcement but unless there's a sticker there's no way to tell. Personally I'd put light or (preferably) extra-light steel strings on it. The short scale length will help keep the tension down. I'd keep an eye on the neck though. You could also try silk steel to be on the safe side, but the bass response will probably be lacking.
- Q:Pre Fabricated Steel Buildings?
- just google pre fabricated steel buildings
- Q:Can you WELD STEEL to ALUMINUM? How much heavier/stronger is STEEL?
- Yes you can, but you really dont want to. Aluminum conducts heat better than steel so the weld would not cool evenly and would be brittle. You would be better off using a bracket or bolt straight on.
- Q:Mild Steel furniture finishing?
- No, I don't think the oil will do what you want. I have heated and quenched metal in oil several times (to harden it) and it did not give a finish to steel. I have heard of heating steel to a high temperature (red) and putting powdered sulfur on it, it will make a black finish. BUT, sulfur stinks and you would not do this indoors. And I don't know what the results would be like for indoor use. At the hardware store, you can find something like POR (paint on rust), a brand name of rust neutralizer. There are others. You spray it on (or paint) and it will turn rust into a glossy black material. Other than that, I think paint is your best option. Check out the new finishes they have now, if you haven't checked, they have come a long way. If you let them dry completely (in the sun) the spray can finishes are very durable. Good luck! Ooops, I forgot about gun finishes. Yes, some are blue, you might be thinking of that, but that is only if you put several coats on. One coat might do it. Plus, there are other colors, such as black (see the parkerizing link on the list). Here is a good company, they can be lots of help, too.
- Q:Pre-engineered Steel Building ........!!?
- You just have to do small efforts for owing a steel building: Firstly you have to finalize a steel building company for construction work. After finalizing the steel building company, the next step is the paperwork - the agreements and contracts. Some steel building companies may also ask for a verbal approval for the factories to get the work started.
- Q:are surgical stainless steel and surgical steel the same thing?
- yes they are same kind of steel
- Q:where is steel obtained?
- Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon content between 0.2% and 2.14% by weight (C:110–10Fe), depending on grade. Carbon is the most cost-effective alloying material for iron, but various other alloying elements are used such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten. Carbon and other elements act as a hardening agent, preventing dislocations in the iron atom crystal lattice from sliding past one another. Varying the amount of alloying elements and form of their presence in the steel (solute elements, precipitated phase) controls qualities such as the hardness, ductility, and tensile strength of the resulting steel. Steel with increased carbon content can be made harder and stronger than iron, but is also more brittle.
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