Galvalume Steel Coils for Making PPGI and Corrugated Steel

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25 m.t.
Supply Capability:
100000 m.t./month

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Product Description:

Commodity

Hot dip galvanized steel coil and sheet

Technical Standard:

JIS 3302 / ASTM A653 / EN10143

Grade

DX51D / DX52D/ DX53D/ S250,280,320GD

Types:

Commercial / Drawing / Deep Drawing / Structural quality

Width

500/650/726/820/914/1000/1200/1219/1220/1250mm

Thickness

0.12-2.8mm

Type of coating:

Galvanized

Zinc coating

Z30-275g/m2

Surface Treatment

Chromed / Skin-pass/ Oiled/Slightly Oiled/ Dry/ Anti-fingerprint

Surface structure:

Zero spangle / minimized spangle / regular spangle/ big spangle

ID coil

508mm or 610mm

Coil weight

3-8 MT per coil

Package:

Properly packed for ocean freight exportation in 20''containers

Application:

Industrial panels, roofing and siding for painting

Price terms

FOB,CFR,CIF

Payment terms

T/T or L/C

Delivery time

Within 30 days

Remarks

Insurance is all risks

MTC will be handed on with shipping documents

We accept the third party certification test,such as SGS/BV

Hot dipped galvanized coil Technical Data

Chemical Composition

GRADE

C

Si

Mn

P

S

Ti

SGCC/DX51D+Z

≤0.10

≤0.50

≤0.60

≤0.10

≤0.030

≤0.020

DX52D+Z

≤0.10

≤0.50

≤0.60

≤0.10

≤0.030

≤0.020

SGCD/DX53D+Z

≤0.10

≤0.30

≤0.50

≤0.05

≤0.030

≤0.020

SGCE/DX54D+Z

≤0.10

≤0.30

≤0.30

≤0.03

≤0.020

≤0.020

DX56D+Z

≤0.10

≤0.30

≤0.30

≤0.03

≤0.020

≤0.020

Structural

≤0.20

≤0.60

≤1.70

≤0.10

≤0.045







Hot dipped galvanized steel coil Mechanical Properties

GRADE

Yield Strength MPa

Tensile Strength MPa

Elongation %

SGCC(DX51D+Z)

≥205

≥270

-

SGCD(DX53D+Z)

-

≥270

38

SGCE(DX54D+Z)

-

≥270

40

DX56D+Z

-

≥270

42


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Q:Steel tonnage?
Find the volume of steel and then multiply that by the density of the steel.
Q:Is carbon steel a type of alloy?
Yes. it's an alloy of iron and carbon. Carbon steel can either mean plain carbon steel which is steel that doesn't have significant amounts of other elements, like chromium, manganese, or molybdenum. It can also be used to refer to ANY steel that is NOT a stainless steel. Alloy steel is any steel that has greater than 1% of other elements added to it besides carbon. Stainless steel might be in a certain sense be considered alloy steel but I think most people in the steel business consider it as it's own separate material from carbon steels. Many stainless steels contain only trace amounts of carbon, so they should rightly be considered iron-chromium alloys, not steel, which by default refers to iron-carbon alloys. Note that nearly all modern carbon steels also contain 0.2%-0.5% manganese and silicon. Even steels that are otherwise considered plain carbon and not alloy steels. Mn and Si are added because they prevent defects in cast steel ingots, and hot rolled items like billets and plates. However at low levels they don't affect the properties of the steel greatly.
Q:How does a 1911 react to steel casings?
This better placed in the hunting section of sports. That is the area for gun questions. I've never used that Russian stuff in my guns. I would stick with brass or Aluminum Blaser ammo.
Q:Are steel toe boots worth $200?
Hi! You can hike in steel toed boots, but I wouldn't. They aren't designed for hiking, no matter what the manufacturers says. They're built to protect your feet from hazards on a job site. I bought my first pair of decent hiking boots for $10/month on layaway at an outfitters. It took forever, of course, but I didn't have the money to buy them right out. Until then, I hiked in a pair of tennis shoes. Sneakers are just fine as hiking gear, though remember that you will have no ankle support, so you need to be more careful on rocky trails. Use a pair you don't mind getting dirty and make sure they have decent ankle support. Also, this is a great time of year to buy boots if you can scrounge the money together. Most outfitters are swapping over to their spring lines and have shoe/boot sales going on. You don't have to use an outfitter, either. Lots of regular shoe or department stores sell boots that will work just fine until you can afford some nice top-line boots.
Q:WHAT ARE THE WAYS THAT YO COULD PREVENT STEEL FROM RUSTING WHEN IT IS EXPOSED TO WATER? SALT WATER? VINEGAR?
rust is oxidation . remove contact with O2 , it wont rust . you can place it in a oxygen free atmosphere , you could plate it with zinc or chrome , you can use a lead based paint .
Q:big steel drum grill?
that steel plate there is to try to keep the grease dripping of the food from making the grill flame up and burning the food. most all quality grills have something similar. you can take the plate out but your going to be prone to flame ups.
Q:What sort of Steel should I use?
For a structural product you want tubing instead of pipe. ERW (Electric resistance welded) steel tubing is generally a fairly good compromise between cost and strength. They are available in various wall thicknesses for either lighter weight or greater strength. DOM (dimensioned over mandrel) tubing generally uses a stronger steel allow and is more dimensionally uniform but the cost is much higher. These products are probably available at a local steel supplier. They are both mild steel so they can be arc welded or brazed with ease. Strength of these steel alloys is generally about 70,000 psi so you need to analyze the specific applied stress over the specific surface area to determine what wall thickness you need. If you are applying tension or compression to pins in holes in the tubing, you could braze in hardened steel bushings. You would bore a larger hole in the tubing in which to insert the bushing. Bushings would distribute the force over a significantly larger surface area and the holes will not tend to elongate.
Q:should i get steel shafted irons?
It depends on your swing speed. If you have a faster swing speed and notice you are consistently hitting high with your irons and having some trouble with accuracy, you will benefit from playing steel shafted irons. If your swing speed is on the slower end of the spectrum, stick with the graphite irons for a couple more years until you swing has developed and you are hitting farther.
Q:Steel or nylon strings?
I urge you to read the answer from OU again and ignore the others - who obviously haven't got the first clue of what they're talking about. You pick the guitar for the type of music (and sound) you're after. You can play basically everything on a steel string that you can on a nylon string, plus a whole lot more... And no, a classical guitar is NOT easier to play than a well adjusted steel string with light strings - in fact it's the opposite. A classical guitar has a wide, flat fingerboard, something which makes chords much harder to play. Furhermore, the scale is longer (the scale is the distance between the nut and bridge - the length of the vibrating string if you will). This longer scale increase the distance between the fret (increasing the reach), and also increase the string tension. Finally, the action (string height) is larger on a classical/nylon string guitar as opposed to a steel string guitar which has been properly adjusted. Most guitars off the shelf have an inferior set up for a beginner, and this is why many have this funny idea that a steel string is much harder to play. You may also want to check out guitar body sizes (steel string) that is smaller than the large Jumbo or Dreadnought varieties. In essence, if you play classical music, or classical finger style guitar - choose a nylon string instrument. If not, then get a steel string and have it properly adjusted. Make sure you try out a lot of models as the necks, bodies, woods etc, differ a lot.
Q:Is diamond lighter than steel?
Diamond has half the density of steel but would make a terrible sword because it is not very tough. Toughness is a material's ability to resist breakage from forceful impact: Diamond has a toughness of 2.0 MPa·m1/2 and has a critical stress intensity factor of 3.4 MN·m−3/2. That makes it tough for a gem but are poor compared with steels. Plus diamond has a cleavage plane.

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