Forming Steel ASTM A653 Hot-Dip Zinc-Coated Steel Coil CNBM

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  • Standard: ASTM

  • Grade: FS Type A and B

  • Type: Steel Coil

  • Surface Treatment: Galvanized

  • Application: Forming steel

  • Width: 600-1534mm

  • Length: Coil

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Oscillated wound: one coil per bundle, inner is the protecting humidity-proof wax paper. Medium is plastic film. Outer is sackcloth or compound paper packing. Coil to be laid on single type pallet (one pile per pallet)
Delivery Detail:Depends on specification and order quanity.

Specifications:

(1) Regular spangle, minimized spangle and skin-pass. 
(2) Chromate and Chromate-free passivation. 
(3) Oiled and unoiled. 

 Feature:

(1) Type of zinc coating finish: regular spangle, minimized spangle and skin-pass.  
(2) Types of surface qualities: as coated surface, improved surface and best quality surface.
(3) Surface treatment: chemically passivated, chromate-free passivation, phosphate, anti-finger print, phosphateand, self lubricating film, and untreated.
(4) Type of oiling: oiled and unoiled.
(5) Coil ID: 508/610mm.
(6) Grade: HX380LAD+Z; Application: high strength steel for cold forming.

Mechanical properties (transverse direction) of low carbon steels for cold forming


What is the application of Steel Coil?

There are two sides,one is out side: Workshop, agricultural warehouse, residential precast unit, corrugated roof, roller shutter door, rainwater drainage pipe, retailer booth;the other is inside: Door, doorcase, light steel roof structure, folding screen, elevator, stairway, vent gutter.

Forming Steel ASTM A653 Hot-Dip Zinc-Coated Steel Coil  CNBM


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Q:Help with Steel and Iron please?
Iron is an element. Steel is an alloy made of iron. Mild Steel, or Carbon Steel is made from at least 98% iron in a preocess that involves controlled application of heat. Other Steel Alloys contain significant ammounts of other elements. In the case of Stainless steel, these elements are Nickel and Chromium. In plain steel, the carbon content varies from 0.15% to about 1.4%. The higher the carbon content, the harder the steel is. Over 1.4% carbon, the steel becomes so hard that is also becomes brittle. Carbon content is also used to control the hardness of stainles steel. Because Stainless steel is corrosion resistant, it is often used for making food preparation equipment. Aluminum is NOT a common element in steel. Aluminum reacts to silicon content similarly to the way Iron reacts to carbon content. High strength Aluminum alloys often contain Magnesium.
Q:What is the best steel for making knives?
Old worn out files...Different lengths ...Different thicknesses...Super hard steel
Q:what is stronger Tempered Steel Blade or Carbon Steel Blade?
1. all steel blades are tempered, whether they are high carbon blades or low carbon blades. 2. It depends on what kind of steel they are made from. So im going to answer this question, using the following qualifications. 440A stainless steel 440C stainless steel - high carbon. The higher the carbon level, the more brittle a blade becomes. But the higher the carbon level, will increase a steel’s wear resistance , meaning it will have a better edge retention 2. They both will work well. Pros's / Con's The 440C blades will need less sharpening, but are harder to sharpen The 4401 blades will need to be sharpened more, but are far easier to resharpen. So it basically comes down to where you will be using them and how you will be using them. If your gonna be out in the middle of the jungle and stopping for the night, then the high carbon blade would probably be better, you use it all day, resharpen it at night. If your gonna be cutting brush, tobbaco, etc on your land, then the 440A would be better, because you can take a couple of min's to resharpen it often
Q:Cold rolled steel coil steel, what is the difference?
Cold: hot rolled steel coil as raw material by pickling descaling after cold rolling, the finished rolling hard volumes, due to continuous deformation caused by cold hardening the volume rolling hard strength, hardness, toughness index rise decline, so the stamping performance will deteriorate, only for a simple deformation of parts. Rolled hard rolls can be used as raw material for hot galvanizing plants. Because the hot galvanizing units are equipped with annealing lines, the steel coils are rolled continuously at room temperature. Its strength is very high, but toughness, weldability is slightly worse, bright surface, not easy to corrosion, in order to prevent rust, the factory surface is coated with a protective layer of oil (hot rolling did not). Because of the complexity of the process, the price is higher.
Q:Is steel lighter than iron?
There are lightweight steel alloys that are lighter, for a given volume, than pig iron. The words iron and steel have referred to different materials at different times, and are used in different ways. A steel structure may also be lighter because steel alloys are stronger, in a given cross-section, that iron or other types of steel. For example, a 1-inch bar of chrome-vanadium steel is stronger than a 1-inch bar of 4130 mild steel or pig iron. The more you find out about it, the more complicated it is. But the answer to your question is (a) Yes, and (b) it's all relative.
Q:Can cold rolled galvanized steel coils be acid washed after oxidation?
Hot rolling is made of slabs (mainly continuous billets) as raw materials. After heating, strips are made from roughing mills and finishing mills. From the last finishing mill stand out of the hot strip laminar cooling through to the set temperature, the coiling machine rolled strip steel roll cooled, according to the different needs of users with different finishing line (flat, straightening, transverse or longitudinal, inspection, weighing, packing and marking etc.) processing and become steel, flat steel product volume and slitting.
Q:What oil to use on knife steel?
There are several grades of steel and other types of metals used in knives. Like another user said, if it is something like 420 Stainless Steel (a very common knife steel grade), then you should not have to worry about it rusting. I still apply oil to my stainless steel knives though to keep the action smooth. Non-stainless will require oil to prevent rust if you are planning on using them heavily. There is a such thing as knife oil and you can find it online. A lot of car or sportting lubricants will work though. I use Rem Oil, a popular gun oil that you can find at Wally World for about $3 a can. Disassemble your knife. Use a solvent and a cleaning solution to clean off the old oil, dirt, and gunk. I use Hoppes solvent (a solvent that can be found at Wal-Mart for a few bucks) and either pour it into a small shot-glass and dip a toothbrush in it, dampen a wash-rag with it, or pour some in the cap and dab a cotton swab on it. Using one of these tools, I swab down my knives completely, focusing mainly on moving parts and parts of the knife that experiences high abrasion (the lock of a liner lock knife for example). Then I spray it down with Rem Oil. Reassemble the knife and let it sit overnight. The next day, I'll rub off any excess oil from the grips. Usually though, the knife is ready to rock the moment I reassemble it. So that's cleaning knives in a nutshell: take it apart, clean off the old oil and dirt, re-oil it with gun oil, then put it back together.
Q:Aluminized Steel same with Stainless Steel 409 & 430?
Alloy steel is a stainless steel. The differences between the two are the composition of the metal. Alloy steel is steel with usually less than 5% of other elements, like molybdenum, copper, chrome while stainless steel is a steel with at least 10-11% of chromium.
Q:Where can you get a thick sheet of steel?
Try the business-to-business yellow pages in your area. A local hardware store can also tell you who to contact. Or search steel plate or sheet metal on the internet to find a local supplier. No, sheet steel is not bullet proof, unless you get heavy plate. Depending on how thick it is, the plate will deform if hit by a high velocity bullet, but usually not enough to matter. Bullets have velocities from about 500 ft/sec up to roughly 3000 ft/sec, depending on the type of weapon used. I wouldn't try to use anything thinner than 3/4 inch. You'll have to experiment and see what it will actually stop. I can't guarantee it'll stop a high-velocity rifle slug. Try it and see.
Q:Are steel toed hiking boots worth buying?
Steel toed boots is a safety factor thing. Wilderness workers ie lumber jacks need safety shoes as well. But for long distance hiking steel toed shoes would be impractical due to the weight and wear and tare on The trails and your body. Get the boots you need for work, get the hiking boots you want after the next paycheck.

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