GALVANISED STEEL COILS

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  • Grade: SGH340, DX51D and SGCC (customized)

  • Surface treatment: passivation, oiling, chromed, unoiled

  • Spangle types: minimal, zero and large

  • Thickness: 0.37 to 3.5mm

  • Width: greater than 1,000mm

  • Inner diameter: 508 to 610mm

  • Zinc coating: greater than 80g/m2

  • Applications:

    • Construction, home appliance, hardware and machinery


  • Standards:

    • JIS g3302 1998, ASTM a653 2003, EN10142 1990

    • EN10327 2004, AS1397 2001, GB2518-2004


  • Packing: export packing/sea worthy for international delivery



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Q:How did the planes break the steel?
The buildings only had steel cores within the infrastructure to support the weight and flexibility - quite normal. You would be right if the whole surface of the building was pure reinforced steel with no openings (i.e. a ridiculous giant 100% purely steel tower). Can you imagine the force of a large jet at very high speed hitting a building, along with carrying vast amounts of highly explosive fuel. You don't need to, you've seen it... The bits of steel may well have been undamaged and collectable at ground zero, while the building was destroyed.
Q:problem cutting steel?
Sounds like the abrasive surface got blinded, coated with something that prevented the abrasive particles from touching the steel. It is possible to have vastly different hardnesses in a single piece of steel. Case hardening, carburizing, induction hardening, heat affected zone from welding, differences in work hardening, and presence of inclusions are some of the things that can create hardness variation within a single piece. But... sounds like you are working with a sheet which is unlikely to have any of these conditions. So... it was probably the grinding disk
Q:Steel EASY 10 POINTS!?
steel is used for cars and trains. one of the largest steel manufacturers is in my town its called CarTech its in reading pa.
Q:Whats the differene between steel and stainless steel ?
Stainless is an alloy mixture the contains iron and nickel and does not rust.
Q:Will carbon steel knives stick to a magnetic knife strip?
Carbon steel knives will stick to a magnet. Stainless steel may not.
Q:How do you calculate density of the steel ball in grams per cubic centimeter?
The fact that they are pretty similar leads to the idea that Jupiter, too, is mostly H and He.
Q:guitars - changing strings nylon/steel?
You'd have to get a new guitar if you want to use steel strings. If you put steel strings on a nylon stringed guitar, you could snap the neck right off of the guitar. Steel strings have more tension than nylon strings. You can't try the other way around either, since nylon strings simply won't fit on a steel-stringed guitar.
Q:mechanical behaviour data for recycled steel?
Most recycled steel is blended with new steel at the steel mill. Scrap steel that is reused directly doesn't change it properties because it has been used. That is unless it has been in certain environments such as ones with hydrogen, hydrogen sulfide etc. Then the steel can become brittle. You might look for information on the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE). They have lots of information on metals and what causes problems.
Q:I have a question in alloy steel?
Steel is basically an alloy of iron and carbon that has more than 0% carbon and less than 2% carbon. The alloy of carbon and iron with more than 2% carbon is considered cast iron. The bessemer process converts cast iron to steel by injecting oxygen into molter cast iron to burn off the excess carbon. Steel is also modified by adding additional elements like silicon, molydenum, vanadium, chrome, etc.
Q:Thermal expansion of steel?
It seems you are trying to convert celsius to Fahrenheit, Why? There is no need. Delta L= alpha (initial length) (delta celcius) what you need is an alpha, it should be given in degrees celsius to the negative first (steel's alpha happens to be 0.000036 1/celsius). You also need the length of the beam at 35 degrees C. This answer (delta L) needs to be added (if heat is rising) or subtracted (if heat is dropping) to the original length.

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